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Survivors of trauma-based mind control often
respond with anxiety to flourescent lighting, since
so much programming utilizes intense lighting
(item 8). They may startle in response to a
telephone ringing, related to programming to
receive or make calls to abusers. They may
believe they have microphones inside their heads
that will relay their disclosures to their abusers
(item 27). Fears of electronic or spiritual
surveillance, and threats to loved ones (item 29)
inhibit their ability to defy and escape their
abusers or to disclose their abuse.
Victims of trauma-based mind control also
usually experience intense or odd reactions to
benign stimuli that were used in their
programming. For example, they may have been
programmed to remember to forget every time
they see an apple, or to remember they are being
watched every time they hear a police or fire
siren. Similarly, they may make repetitive, robotic
statements that do not make sense in the context
of dialogue, e.g., "I want to go home", a
common programmed statement intended to
keep them obedient to the abuser group and
reporting to their abusers. Specific songs may be
compulsively sung for similar programmed
Installation of mind control programming relies
on the capacity to dissociate, which permits the
creation of new walled-off personalities to "hold"
and "hide" programming. Already dissociative
children are prime "candidates" for
programming. Alternatively, very young children
may be made dissociative by trauma-based
programming. The extreme abuse inflicted on
young children in intra-familial satanic and "black"
witchcraft cults reliably causes dissociation.
Children in these cults are programmed to the
extent that the cult's leaders understand mind
control programming. Organized and
sophisticated abuser groups with world-power
or organized crime agendas infiltrate these cults
to gain access to these readily-programmable
children. In exchange for the privilege of being
allowed to install self-serving programs in these
children, the organized abuser group provides
the cult parent with a large fee (thousands of
dollars), favor, or information, such as some of
its programming secrets.