I was thinking that the possibility exists. Since these little buggers affect the mood of the host the implications of using it as a tool to
control the masses is huge. I was thinking that maybe these little guys may be affected by frequencies. Think about it, if they are tptb could be
using frequencies during news broadcasts to send the T. gondii into a frenzies that affect the way you think about what is being discussed. I've
always wondered why people get into uproars over trivial things the news told them. Say tptb want you to feel anger over something, bang! just add a
certain frequency during the broadcast and boom people are up in arms over it. You want people to feel appathetic over something, bam! they've got a
frequency to send those little devils into altering your mood and perception.
I know it's a little out there and I am just a little bit too paranoid but it's possible. We all know that certain frequencies affect our
mood and these little fella's may be the key to that. I have no science to back my claims this is pure speculation. What are ya'lls thoughts?
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Anything is possible when it comes to trying to figure out what the monsters in charge are capable of doing......All anyone has to do is look at
history and all of the declassified documents that are available.
As to your theory, who knows. If any of us are around 30 years from now, when the info becomes public, you just might have hit the nail on the
Ahhh yes, T. Gondii. My number one response to " Cat's are such clean animals, they make perfect pets." Nothing against cat owners, but that litter
box of theirs harbors plenty of really awful things, including T. Gondii in some instances. A quarter of the population is a pretty big deal.
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