This amazing information, hands down the best thing I've ever read on ATS. The OP did an amazing job of presenting these concepts in a clear and
precise manner. Those of you protesting how this thread belittles "real" miracles are missing the point completely. This system of manipulating
reality is every bit as amazing and then some.
Everything about this thread makes complete sense, from the structured formation of visual movement archetypes through repetition, the use of
background mythos archetypes to suggest possible outcomes, to the mechanics of the various eye movements. And it's in such explicit detail that
anyone reading this could pull it off. Probably a good thing that most people won't take this seriously.
But... there is one element of control and shaping the illusion that the OP missed. That is the strong emotional state. Emotions flavor this stew
just as much as the mythos around the statues would have. The stronger the emotion, in this care religious ecstasy or intense wonder and amazement,
the more intense the experience, and the greater impact it will have on you.
Also, does the OP know of any other ways the concepts here are being used other than for these specific hallucinations? What you have presented here
is a very refined and streamlined method for executing the task at hand, but the concepts behind this conditioning has much wider applications, and
could be used for any number of things. Is you knowledge limited to this particular escapade, or have you uncovered any other similar conditioning
plots? I honestly think something similar was used on Americans to condition them against the words Socialism and Communist, not to mention the
latest word Terrorism.
Originally posted by ManchurianDisclosure
The hallucination of making something a person is looking at move to the right can be done by making the left eye move to the right while the right
eye remains focused on the object. The speed of the hallucination moving depends on how fast the right eye moves to the left. To make the object the
person is focusing on with both eyes look like it is moving up, such as levitating, (a hallucination of something moving up or levitating) can be done
when one of the eyes moves down while the other eye focuses on the object.
The hallucinations that are caused by pubils changing differently from one another, such as when one pubil gets bigger and the other pubil gets
smaller. This creates the special effects of hallucinations that cause objects the person is looking at to look like they are getting bigger or
getting smaller by a substantial amount.
The hallucination of an an object that looks like it is spinning is caused when a person leans his head to either shoulder without realizing he is
leaning his head. The effect of a person tilting his head causes the hallucination of the object they are looking at to be rotating in proportion to
the tilt of the head.
Many of those sound like the types of things experienced during night terrors. You often hear description of things things being both big and small
at the same time, moving but not moving, far but close. All these cognitive dissonances each have a parallel with the visual tricks you described.
Have you ever heard of conditioning taking place while people sleep? I suppose night terrors could be after effects of having been conditioned during
the day. Night terrors tend to start around 3 years of age and up, which would be the perfect time to start conditioning someone.
THanks to this thread I'll never look at children's cartoons the same way again. It would just be so easy to incorporate those methods into a cartoon
to condition them to react. I have no doubt this kind of crap is going on in children's entertainment, and it's only a matter of time before clever
ATSers begin to identify them.
I found the information presented by the OP very easy to digest because it utilizes every aspect of what I call "dream control". Hope you don't mind,
but I'm going to link to this thread because what you described there is exactly what I try to teach in dream control, and it's a perfect example that
has everything. This thread is such a perfect example, it actually made me realize I was under utilizing "triggers" in my dream control techniques.
That whole setup and execution the OP described is pure genius, and it just amazes me how pro these guys are. What I call dream control applies to
the waking world as much as it does to dreams, but I never dreamed it could be used in such a massive engineering project as the scenario presented by
Everything but the eye tricks are basic dream control techniques as I describe them here
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