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mike425 OP wrote

Thought Identification

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mike425 OP wrote

There has been public research into using EEG caps to identify the brain's intentions seconds before those intentions are carried out. This delay window is being harnessed by remote neurofeedback networks to convince some targets that they are being "mind controlled", when in reality they are hearing their own intentions extracted and autoverbalized via synthetic telepathy, in real time.
The apparently precognizant nature of the dialog is designed to be alarming, and designed to convince targets that they have lost control of their own body, which is a falsehood.
I'm currently under the impression that preventing sleep deprivation plays a critical role in resisting these deceptions and similar suggestions, which can be combined with simpler pulses of electromagnetic energy to nerve bundles, causing precisely timed muscle contractions, in order to create a more complete illusion of control.

Aside from control claims made to the target, imagine an "access terminal" briefcase being placed in front of a VIP, where the operator/perpetrator is asking a target questions as the VIP watches, in the form of "perform x if y is true", where x is an action that has already been identified, and the query is short enough to fit within the ~2-3 second window between a thought/action being identified, and the thought/action being carried out.
Using this method, the perpetrators can juxtaposition an action as if it were communication or affirmation that any query of their choosing is true (or false).

For example, a target's thought is identified as the intention of scratching their nose, and before the action is carried out by one of their arms, the phrase "scratch your nose if you kick puppies" is said so the VIP onlooker can hear (the target is not even privy to the query), and then to their astonishment they see the target scratch their nose. The VIP now thinks that clearly the target is a puppy kicker.

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