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Silent Voices in the Crowd
One of the most common tactic in MK Cults is to isolate the victim from others in order to more effectively gain control and influence over that person. They are told repeatedly that they must continue down the Rabbit Hole in order to find answers, and then they are left to wander in a Labyrinth of their own design when their usefulness wears off.
originally posted by: Restricted
Yes, schizophrenia and psychosis can be hard to deal with. That's why we have meds.
The most successful mechanics are generally those who sabotage their client's cars so they must constantly return for another treatment and a truly selfish being will likely not care for the overall welfare of their customers so long as they can get their audience to dance predictably to a repetitious tune.
The only way to prove this, would be to perform a study on those whom hear voices, and to describe the exact nature of the voices - what is being said, the voices that are used in saying it, and any specific words that are being used. If it is found that unrelated parties are experiencing the same pattern of voices, then it warrants further study.
Whats more horrible is that i somewhat get the why of the existence such a program.
originally posted by: tetra50
...I'm beginning to think that we are a whole society of what you describe: two sets of people: the handlers and the handled. ...
originally posted by: GENERAL EYES
a reply to: WanDash
I understand completely.
This thread is the first time I've ever really addressed the specifics in public.
For the longest time, when I was experiencing the aftermath of that initial encounter, I was unable to speak about what had happened at all. Those who knew him would tune me out - I was just a rambling idiot. I eventually just quit talking about it altogether because no one wanted to hear about it and it's not the kind of thing you bring up in new friendships unless you want them to walk away as well.
I've been mostly silent on the details for roughly 15 years now.
They're still difficult to address directly.
All I can say is when the time is right, you'll be able to make better sense of what you went through and find closure.