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Nowadays I just sit in the sun and look to the sky for half an hour.
Basically its about testing peoples faith in their own beliefs and how they respond to the crafted way I post.
But when a person becomes defensive about their beliefs being questioned more so than often its because they don't have as strong faith as they think they do.
Anyone with the ability to use youtube can make another believe the world is going to end on a certain date which can lead to some very unfortunate events.
If anyone can do this than intelligence agencies or any organization with expertise in manipulating information to fit a certain perspective or be interpreted a certain way will easily be able to create a whole new system of belief based on older Hindu and/or Buddhist principles.
take care and get more sun and fresh air, I know I should do the same.
The New Age Movement is the biggest psy-op of all. All the different branches of it have ties to the CIA. And they all promote vapid belief over facts while claiming to preach truth.
You mean like that frog over a magnet?
A giant slab of concrete that you can easily hide with twenty men, if at least you're not so stupid to get under the hole. This huge piece of art is just outside the valley on a slope near the station and was built in 2000 by Bas Maters. He himself calls his creation an oath: an enormous bend that balances on an oblique column element, like that, seen in ancient ruins. This thing is built on a steel construction that is 17 meters in the ground. That is not an unnecessary luxury because this kei weighs no less than thirty tons. It's a pity that the air does not really work because I think this catch gets an extra dimension in an imminent storm. Also a deep blue sky with sheep clouds would do well for the picture. In dark the light is illuminated by a number of spots from the ground. Definitely a reason to try again later.
don't think everything is psy-op. However not saying the alphabet agencies are not putting their tentacules everywhere.
Some form of inferiority complex I think. Often these peoples will have avatar of glorious and grandiose personages that express authority, power and wisdom.
...Thinking further it is obvious to me that 'groups' (maybe conform DSM classification) are used after altering their behaviour of a social network.
1 personal information about even person within a network is needed.
2 After that inject them into a network or site and control the narrative.
To succeed in (2) manipulation of searchranking is essential as is the personal view of a social network must reflect positive response within the DSM classification of the individual.
I (frenchfries) see this happening all over the place (internet).
In a way this explains the stereotypical behaviour of some 'groups'.
So it isn't like there are a bunch of people paid to respond to posts.
Rather there is a statistical model that predicts a certain response on social/networks.
The psy-ops react to the parameters of this model and create 'core' accounts buy pageranking (or even google/yt... self) and wait until the result is positive according the model...
Followers are manipulated by content in the same way as advertising eventually leads to more buyers (). But instead of buying the result is the acceptance of memes/conspiracies or a certain world view.
However this approach only succeeds if the individuals that are part of the targeted 'group' have a weak identity.
Thinking even further key is it to attack the identity of 'group' members. In mind come 'sexual' 'gender' 'political' 'family' 'culture' and 'religious' identification. This with the goal to eventually create a individual with an 'empty' identity that accepts the every content presented by a given network.
originally posted by: frenchfries
a reply to: Ridhya
so facts ? where is the proof that new-age movement is a psy-op ?
Where is the proof it isn't? Where is the proof about your frequency being raised? Where is the proof you can levitate?
Dude, opinion is not proof - saying you "feel" something, not proof - video of you levitating, that'd be good.
originally posted by: JBurns
1) The Russian paranoia/conspiracy theories are ridiculous. The left need a better hobby - one substantiated by fact instead of dotted with innuendo.
2) We're living in one of the largest mass-psyops of all time. I've been taking notes for ~5 years now, it's so very predictable. Typical Hegelian dialectic BS.