Reflections on the thoughts in my brain by Mitch Santell
This is a subject that has fascinated me for years. Many times when I have a thought I will simply pause and ask: “Is this my thought or was it planted in my brain?”
Here is something that Brian Tew had to say about mind control:
Never follow a set pattern of conduct. Always change your behavior every day at a moments notice. Do this when you’re quickly (not slowly) on the move as it is more difficult for their remote neural system to monitor your thoughts while you’re in rapid motion.
If you decide to go to the grocery store go to the convenience store instead. Change it up everyday but don’t do the same things over and over as that establishes a set pattern of conduct.
Remember they are trying to alter your daily motives and emotional perceptions.
The remote neural monitoring system is designed to provoke you emotionally so they can generate response statistics which the system will use to determine how to interpret and link descriptions with data captured about your memory references. That is why they are constantly trying to keep you talking, or constantly stopping you and asking for directions, etc.
So always ignore prolonged random encounters with people you don’t know. You’re not being rude. Just refusing to allow them to manipulate you.
Once they have consistent statistics the system will use previous ‘choice references’ and inject them into your subconscious thought during normal activity which is also referred to as ‘impulse injections’ to convince you that the response was your own and influence you to complete or describe the reference by making the appropriate verbalizing or performing a related action, which is known as ‘Verification’. You can fight and/or control this if you learn to defeat these memory attacks by learning to read active memory.
Once they see what you respond to emotionally, or intellectually, they will fabricate ‘conversational’ or ‘situational’ scenarios (Street Theater) based on events or topics they know will capture your attention.
Read Brian Tew’s Article Here: How CIA Uses Mind Control Against Individuals And Entire Populations Of Major Cities Using Directed Energy Weapons
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Now a little link for you to dive deeper down the mind control machine: