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  1. 2 days ago · EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Because kids lick doorknobs, Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. officials know they won't be able to control COVID But they can try to control .
  2. Mass media mind control is a refined and scientific tactic used to induce fear. ultra slow, delta waves Hertz), are found when a person is in deep sleep. The general rule is that the brain’s predominant wave frequency will be lowest, in terms of pulses per second, when relaxed, and highest when people are most alert or agitated.
  3. Mind control is a tool that one can use for good or evil purposes. It all depends on the type of mind control that is involved and the intent of the individual who wants to apply it. It also depends on whether the target or subject of mind control will benefit from it or is harmed. Nonetheless, mind control is a very intriguing and fascinating /5(3).
  4. [back] Jonestown. WHAT THE MEDIA WON'T TELL YOU: JIM JONES WAS A CIA OPERATIVE CONDUCTING MIND CONTROL EXPERIMENTS. THE JONESTOWN MASSACRE On November 18 , people died in Jonestown, a small compound carved out of the jungles of Guyana, a small country on the northeast coast of South America.
  5. Sri Ramana Maharshi assures that in this death of the mind or ego is the birth of true life. In an egoless state one is born anew in a totally different dimension in which the fountain of joy endlessly overflows. One is, as it were, inundated by it. There is constant renewal, .
  6. Mind control is a broad range of psychological tactics able to subvert an individual's control of his own thinking, behavior, emotions, or decisions.
  7. Mind control (MC) methods were used in attempts to change human behavior and attitudes. Influencing brain functions became an important goal of military and intelligence services. In Norbert Weiner published a book, Cybernetics, defined as a neurological communication and control theory already in use in small circles at that time.
  8. MIND CONTROL ARTICLES by The New York Times By Dr Rauni Kilde hen The New York Times exposed the CIA-project of behavior modification in July , the then General Director of the secret institution, Stanfield Turner, had to testify at the Senate hearings.

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