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mike425 wrote

In the context of synthetic telepathy deception tactics, the perpetrators/operators will attempt to convince a target that they are special or unique, by claiming attributes about a target are highly desirable to their operation because any number of falsified reasons. The attributes most often claimed to be unique or special are ones that are uncommon in the general population, to make the claims more believable.

Narcissistic targets are the most susceptible to this tactic, especially those with profound levels of narcissism, who are all too eager to agree with the perpetrators/operators claims of a target's very special social standing.

For example, the following are common vectors:

  • Strategy game players sought for "military tacticians".
  • Business managers sought for "important negotiations".
  • Crypto enthusiasts being sought for "intelligence services".
  • Religious believers for "heavenly calling or celestial duty".
  • Spiritual/metaphysical folks sought for "psychic abilities".
  • Military veterans sought for "deniable covert operations".
  • Government representatives for a "secret grand council".

Then with the above "covert role" being bestowed upon a target via synthetic telepathy (there's never any visual validation, beyond phosphenes, because endless reasons/excuses/threats), a target begins to burn-their-candle-at-both-ends by expending mental effort towards fabricated scenarios that have been fully automated, and their efforts are merely generating waste heat in a datacenter running the program. This tactic is also used to keep targets awake for extended periods, which makes them further susceptible to other deceptions.