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mike425 wrote

False Stops

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mike425 wrote

In the context of synthetic telepathy deception tactics, the perpetrators/operators will often claim that they are ceasing the harassment/monitoring, over and over again.

This is an attempt to elevate a target's emotional state, due to thinking their torment has come to an end, when in reality the harassment will continue the next day, hour, or minute. This tactic emphasizes the need for targets to reject even the positive claims being made, as accepting them allows the perpetrators to cut down a target's emotional state at any time by retracting the positive claim, which can induce emotional instability, or otherwise lead to the perception of an unstable emotional state.

Another related tactic is to announce something similar to "wrap it up, we're done here", while continuing to remotely monitor, to observe how the target behaves while believing they're no longer being watched.

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mike425 wrote

"The Chosen One"

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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.

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mike425 wrote

Misdirection Tactics

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mike425 wrote

Given the perpetrator/operator/program/AI ability to generate auditory illusions with a full 3D field of sound (needing to only electromagnetically stimulate your left/right cochlea, while utilizing head-related transfer functions), this capability is being harnessed to misdirect targets toward dead ends, innocents, or convenient firefights, or away from tactically sensitive positions.

The following DSP effects are intended to deceive a target into mistakenly believing that what they're hearing is being generated from a known, familiar, or accepted source:

  • Direction of "over the horizon" for "revolutionary crowd".
  • Direction of "over the horizon" for "emitter source".
  • Direction of "over the horizon" for "metaphysical beings".
  • Direction of "below/above/wall" for "obsessed neighbor".
  • Direction of "below" for "demons from hell".
  • Direction of "below" for "disgruntled office tenant".
  • Direction of "above" for "angels and deities".
  • Direction of "above" for "aliens and spacecraft".
  • Direction of "above" for "airplanes and drones".
  • Direction of "over the shoulder" for "gang stalking".
  • Direction of "over the shoulder" for "grocery shopper".
  • Direction of "back to front pan" for "passing drivers".
  • Direction of "left or right side pan" for "salty pedestrian".
  • Direction of "through the wall" for "annoying noise".
  • Direction of "through the wall" for "death threats".
  • Direction of "behind" for "rustle of leaves".
  • Direction of "behind" for "round being chambered".

All of the above example "source" suffix terms can be interchanged, as the perpetrators can generate any sound from any direction, while recognizing some combinations are never supposed to be used because they would reveal the deception.

Keep in mind that the intensity can be reduced to make the "source" sound farther away or attenuated. This is merely an algorithmic reduction in electromagnetic energy output aimed at the cochlea, and can make deceptive sounds more believable, as if they were coming from an enclosed space like a car, or a distant hilltop, or an adjoining room.

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mike425 wrote

False Dichotomies

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mike425 wrote

In the context of synthetic telepathy psychological warfare, an often used tactic is to present two choices to a target, with a time allotment, and the insistence that a far worse outcome will happen if no choice is made.
Despite these claims, targets must strive to resist and accept that the answer to these false choices and high-pressure tactics is often "why not both?" or "neither". The long term goal should be to fully dismiss and ignore the query completely, but that takes time to master, and choosing your own third and fourth options, or the above responses of both/neither is an adequate mental workaround in the short term.

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mike425 wrote

Phosphenes

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mike425 wrote

Phosphenes, which are usually small and fleeting points, spots, and bars of colorless or colored light (which in the scope of this subreddit, are being caused by electromagnetic stimulation), are being utilized against targets, for purposes of deception.

Some targets are told that the visual phenomenon, such as strobing in their peripheral vision (from magnetophosphenes evoked with rapid pulses of electromagnetic energy), is proof that they are in a "virtual world", because why else would you be seeing a 15-30Hz strobing effect, like old CRTs? I believe this has caused some individuals to behave as if they will simply "respawn" in their "virtual world" if they are harmed, because they mistakenly accepted a truth claim that was only backed with phosphene visual effects.

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mike425 wrote

Thought Identification

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mike425 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.