How do you remove existing hypnosis programming

MIND CONTROL - nothing is what it seems

Hans Ulrich Gritch

Invisible chains

The abuse of hypnosis and other trance techniques

by criminals, sects and secret services

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INVISIBLE CHAINS ................................................ ..........................................1

Address dit Author ................................................. .................................................. ........ 5

PART 1: THE DARK SIDE OF HYPNOSIS .......................................... ............... 13

Cold War Hollywood. Mind control in the film ............................................... ......... 14

Control over the unconscious. The wits of hypnosis ........................................... 17

Alice E. and the wrong doctor. Hypnosis and crime ............................................... ..... 22

A “yogi” with a gun. Bank robbery and murder under hypnotic control .................. 26

Hypnosis, power and love. The witcriminal hypnosis ........................................... 38

Rattlesnakes, acids and dreise lies - the ditconstructive hypnosis in an experiment

................................................................................................................................................... 43

Reluctantly in hypnosis .............................................. .................................................. ....... 49

The post-hypnotic command ............................................... .................................................. ... 53

The post-hypnotic amnitie ................................................. ................................................ 57

The implantation of false memories, strange beliefs and artificial ones

Complex ................................................. .................................................. .............................. 60

PART 2: MULTIPLE PERSONALITY ............................................. ..................... 63

Streams of Consciousness. Mind Control and Multiple Personality Disorder ......... 64

Pierre Janet and the wandering uterus. To the Githistory of multiples

Personality disorder ................................................. .................................................. ......... 66

Seismographically gifted contemporaries. The dispute over the exisence of multiples

Personality disorder ................................................. .................................................. ......... 70

Diagnosis and epidemiology ............................................... .................................................. 75

The dissociation ................................................ .................................................. ..................... 77

Defense mechanisms and multiple personality disorder .............................................. 82

The "Doris Fischer" case ............................................ .................................................. ........... 85

Experiments on multiple personality .............................................. ............................. 91

PART 3: METHODS OF INTENTIONAL DIVISION ... 95

The Greenbaum speech .............................................. .................................................. ............. 96

Spin programming ............................................... .................................................. ............... 102

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The hypnotic Dr.itsur (Hypno programming) ............................................ ............. 106

Narcotic hypnosis ............................................... .................................................. ..................... 113

LSD ................................................. .................................................. ...................................... 116

The drug warriors ................................................ .................................................. ............... 120

Cameron's experiments with LSD .............................................. ........................................... 125

Anectine ................................................. .................................................. ............................... 127

Prolixin ................................................. .................................................. ................................ 129

Increase in Suggitsusceptibility to electric shocks ............................................... ......... 131

Sensory deprivation. The systematic withdrawal of stimuli ............................................... .... 136

The mesh with the tapes: Psychic Driving .......................................... ................. 141

Psychosurgery ................................................. .................................................. .................. 144

The manipulation dit Memoryit ................................................................................... 149

Increase in hypnotizability through radiation ............................................. ........... 154

Torture - the ax of the personality splitter ............................................ ........................... 156

The inner torturer ............................................... .................................................. ...... 160

The torture professionals ................................................ .................................................. ................... 162

Satan's sacrificial lamb ................................................ .................................................. .............. 165

Covert torture ................................................ .................................................. .................. 168

PART 4: CONSCIOUSNESS CONTROL IN CULT ........................................... 169

Satanic Ritual Abuse ............................................... ............................................ 170

Mind control in non-satanic cults ............................................ ............... 176

PART 5: CONSCIOUSNESS CONTROL IN THE COLD WAR ............................... 180

Conspiracy or military strategy .............................................. ........................... 181

The brain in the background: Sidney Gottlieb ........................................... ......................... 186

The trance front fighter Estabrooks ............................................ ................................. 189

Statements to the Committee dit Presidents :. Victims indict ....................................... 196

Cheryl and Lynn Hersha - Mind Control on behalf of dit State ....................... 205

Gladio, the bloody sword of NATO - and a speculation ...................................... 209

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The national brainwashing. Mind control in the socialisic states

................................................................................................................................................. 212

Multiplicity, hypnosis and psi ............................................. ............................................... 214

PART 6: FACTS OR FICTIONS ............................................ ......................... 219

False memories ................................................ .................................................. ......... 220

Policy dit Memoryit ............................................................................................... 224

Procitse against the CIA .............................................. .................................................. ........ 227

Glickman ................................................. .................................................. .......................... 227

Olson ................................................. .................................................. ................................ 231

Orlikow et al. .................................................. .................................................. ................... 232

Sataniss in court ............................................... .................................................. ......... 238

Fran's Day Care Center .............................................. .................................................. ....... 238

Figuered & Hill ............................................... .................................................. .................. 239

Pritcott ................................................. .................................................. ............................. 239

McGregor Ellis ................................................ .................................................. .................. 240

A legendary case: McMartin Pritchool ................................................. .......................... 240

PART 7: CONCLUSIONS AND CONSEQUENCES ............................... 243

Free will and consciousness dit Manchurian Candidates ........................ 244

Victims fight back ............................................... .................................................. ................ 251

Literature ................................................. .................................................. .............................. 255

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Address dit Author

Dr. Hans Ulrich Gritch

Kaulbachstrasse 29

90408 Nuremberg

Tel. (0911) 9197 440

Fax (0911) 9197 441

Ulrich.grit[email protected]

http://www.psy-knowhow.de

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Reprint only with written permission dit Author.

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introduction

One can, claims the Nobel Prize for LiteratureisElias Canetti in his work

"Mass and power", the slave most of allitcompare to a dog. The

The captured dog was released from its association and isolated. So how

The master does not allow his dog to hunt what he wants, so he wrote

The slave owner tells the slave what to do and what not to do. The desire,

Turning people into animals is the strongest driver for the spread of the

Slavery. 1 And despite the rather rare slave revolts and dit common,

individual, meis passive resistance through violations of the norms

Slaves largely in their position. 2 If the Lord treated them “well,” they were to him

sometimes even doggedly devoted.

The subject of diitit Box is arguably the most effective method of enslavement that

Humans have ever devised, namely mind control through

Split personality. With diithe method creates mental slaves. Tuesdayit

are slaves who are not bitconstantly present slave drivers in one

Slave owner system are controlled, but by implanted unconscious

psychological mechanisms.

By no otherit Procedure makes the victim more like the dog than through diitit.

One likes it for an irony of Gitkeep history or a deeper meaning behind it

suspect that the scientific basis for modern forms of

Mind control and others through experiments with dogs gitwere created. The

Russian physiologist and Nobel PrizeisIvan Petrovich Pavlov investigated a.

a. the reactions of dogs to extreme St.its. He realized that he was by his

Experimental animals could trigger a nervous breakdown that in many

Aspects of human hysteria. Tuesdayithe was with a state

abnormal suggestibility connected. 3

Pavlov's findings were imaginaryit the most important foundations of a modern

Science - "Mind Control" - that oldit Know about

Brainwashing and torture with the newitten developments in psychology,

Psychiatry, neurology and psychotherapy combine. The second crucial one

Base diithe modern science were the insights dit French doctorit

and psychologist Pierre Janet on hypnosis and split personality. 4th

There is no reason diiten two eminent researchers, Pavlov and Janet too

assume that with their research they have the prerequisites for the

want to create scientifically based mental enslavement of people.

Still, the most effective form of mental enslavement would be mind control

through split personality without the fundamental work of Pavlov and Janet

unthinkable.

In large-scale, long-term and costly research projects, the

American intelligence agency the possibilities and limits of the CIA

Systematically explored mind control. 5 The following quote from a

The CIA memorandum illustrates the central concern diithe

Investigations:

"An Angittold dit CIA security bureau was hypnotized, and hers was

given a false identity. She defended diite passionate,

Denied her real name and rationalized it with conviction

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B.ititz ait ID carditthat corresponded to their true identity. Later,

after the false identity by Suggittion had been wiped out

she asked if she had ever heard the name she gave five minutes earlier

had defended. She thought about it, shook her head and said, 'That is

a pseudonym if I've ever heard one. ' Obviously she had one

real amnitie for the gitofficial episode. "6

Tuesdayitit The quote is from a document on the "Artichoke" brainwashing project that

the CIA realized in the early 1950s.

A CIA dossier dated January 25, 1952 bitwrite the goals dit Project artichoke

how follows:

"(1) Evaluation and development of every method by which we obtain information

can be obtained from a person against their will and without their knowledge.

(2) How can we counter the above measures if they are against

be applied to us?

(3) Can we control an individual to the point where it

our orders against his will and even against such fundamental ones

Naturgitetze how carries out the instinct for self-preservation?

(4) How can we counter such measures when they are against us

be used? "7

To diite to achieve goals, the CIA cooperated inter alia. with leading psychiatrists,

Neurologists and psychologists and took into account the newlyitten findings of the

scientific disciplines that deal with human behavior and

Experience bitbusy.

Scientific mind control, however, has roots that go deep into the

Gitgo back in history. In his essay on "Ancient Brainwashing"

bitwrites English writer and myth connoisseur Robert Gravit (1895-1985) the

Rituals with which young Greek men in the mystery cults dit old

Greece were introduced. The methods of generating extreme

St.its, dit extensive withdrawal of stimuli or the targeted selection of stimuli and

of mood manipulation through drugs, the Gravit portrays are also today

still witpublic BitMind Control Components. 8th

Marco Polo reported, how Hasan ibn al-Sabbah - called the "old man from the mountain",

Leader of the murderous sect of the Assassins, feared in the Middle Ages 9 -

Young men in deathitbrave and deaditturned ready assassin. Hasan got in

Have one of the most beautiful and largest gardens in the world laid out in a valley. Tuesdayithe

Garden was an earthly oneit Paradiit, ditsen palaces with golden bird and

Predator motifs were painted. Water, honey and wine flowed into the well.

The most beautiful virgins and noble boys sang, made music and danced in the

Palaces and squares dit Parks. Access to the garden was through a

impregnableit Lock locked.

Hasan let carefully selected, twelve to twenty year old boys and young men

who promised to be good killers, first through opium in a three day

Put it to sleep, then take it to the garden and wake it up. The young men

believed in heavenly paradiseit to be. They enjoyed all the joys offered to them

magnificent garden had to offer. However, in due time they were howthe

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entereditsleeps and in the palace dit Old ones brought from the mountains. They put to theirs

greatest regret fitt that they are no longer in paradiseit were.

The old man suggested to them that they were in Paradiseit could return. But they

would have to carry out a murder assignment beforehand. After she willingly committed the murder

Marco Polo reported, they found each other howthe one with their master. Have been

But when they got together, they wanted to die, because after their death they went to the

Mohammed promised Paradiit believed to come. But whoever failed, the

remained paradiseit locked forever. 10

The old man from the mountains used a method that is still used today

Mind control inputitis now. The victims are first in one through

Drugs put you in a forced sleep, then they become a formative

Experienceitetzt and finally diite experience from re-stunning

interrupted. The formative experience becomes the everyday stream of consciousness

withdrawn and implanted deep in the unconscious. It remains as a mixture of a dream

and revelation withdrawn from the critical mind. And so can the real one

Experience can be inextricably linked with a wrong interpretation: The

Those who have been deceived no longer question whether they are actually in Paradiseit or just at

a very pleasant place.

The old man from the mountains didn’t only operate with positive experiences

Joy, lust and harmony. He was also a meishe dit Horror. So it was

in his audience hall a narrow shaft, into which exactly one upright one can be found

Man fit in. Only the head protruded from the opening. The opening was

closed with a metal plate made of two matching parts

bitdid. A hole in the middle dit Metal plates corresponded to the neck circumference. Of

Seen from the outside, one had the impression that there was a severed head on it

a plate.

And diitThe old man from the mountain also aimed to make an impression. To get the illusion

perfect, bithe splashed blood on his head. Then some recruits were used

Audience requested. The man in the shaft was a member of dit Cult that the old man

before the joys dit "Paradiitit“Had shown. He now reported to the amazed

and shuddering recruits from his adventures in the garden dit Old people. "Do you have

a man gitmarry, "said the old man to the recruits," he died and me

howwho revived so that he could speak with his own tongue. Do you have

heard what he was in Paradiit Gitmarriages! ”Later it was supposed to be

howthe awakened man actually beheaded - of course in dissentitunity of the recruits.

The head was then clearly visible for a whileitpokes. 11 Here too, will howthe

a real experience (the talking head) with a wrong interpretation

(Resurrection from the dead) connected.

TuesdayitMind control methods appeared to be extremely effective. It

it is reported that the victims diithe methods i.a. on command

killed. You jumped z. B. from a tower to certain death without even

hesitating for a second 12. Tuesdayithe almost unimaginable obedience leaves doubts

germinate on whether the training actually only takes place between the ages of twelve and twenty

Years began how Marco Polo reports. From today's psychological point of view isit,

from exceptional casesitmarriage, hardly promising, with one like that

extensive mental enslavement only in diitto start em of advanced age.

And this is how another representation sounds witpublicly more plausible. Tuesdayite bitagt that

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Hasan bought unwanted children from their parents in order to give them unconditional

Obedience and implanting the only desire to die in his service. 13th

In their book on cultic and ritual abuse, Jamit Randall Noblitt

and Pamela Perskin after that mind control methods have been around

Centuries of countless cults have been practiced around the world. 14 The

Founders of modern mind control strategies could therefore rely on one

fall back on a wealth of experience. But they could do that at the same time

Instruments of modern, scientifically shaped psychological

Employ sciences to review the ancient methods and

to develop further.

Many diithe scientist, meis Doctors were aware of no guilt, though

they often caused serious harm to their “patients”, sometimes even killing them. you

acted in a GeisThe psychiatrist and euthanasia advocate Alfred

Hoche in the twenties dit last century when he formulated the

Hippocratic oath ("First and foremost, no harm!") Derisively as an oath of ancient

Doctors devalued. Doctors always have to weigh benefits and risks against each other

and on tueite Wisely protect the “higher values” of the community. 15 Sometimes

were the "higher values", however, the maxims ditmore constructive cults and

inhuman political ideologies.

The present font is no book on Githistory of mind control,

but an outline of the more recent developments since the end of dit second worldwar.

In doing so, I concentrate on the methods and the empirically proven theories,

the diiten methods. With the hisoric and political

Backgrounds dit commitmentit diithe methods bitI only work when Iit

to classify the methods and to understand their effects is.

And of course I try to prove that diite methods actually

enteredithave been. For this I use once secret, today, in many cases

released files dit American secret serviceit CIA.

However, this should not give the wrong impression that only diithe

Intelligence Service used mind control methods. The

Methods of the CIA and other American authorities are in the foreground

my consideration, because this is the scientific foundation of the

Easier to trace mind control through split personality.

Tuesdayit is by the multitude of according to the American

Freedom of Informationitetz (FOIA) 16 files released and by the up

Level of English-language medical or psychological databases

possible.

In any case, secret or open anti-Americanism is not one of my motives,

diitit Writing book. Tuesdayit applies equally to all other conceivable

"Anti-Motives", how z. B. "Antipsychiatry". General anti-attitudes are expression

dit Thinking error of unjustified generalization, the sometimes fatal

Can have consequences. For the rest, I try to do as much as possible

Sobriety, objectivity and freedom from values. You like youit necitot the

Gitconsider childerten cruelty to be heartless. Out of my sight isit the only one of

Thing appropriateitthis setting.

The two main goals mineit Buchs are:

1. Education about the most effective form of geisigen enslavement that so far

was conceived.

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2. Reflection on the consequences of the possibilities

Mind control through split personality for our understanding

devoted to the human psyche.

My handwriting is Incidentally, not a stimulating read for lovers of

Conspiracy theories. The motives of the users of the bitwrote

Methods are largely excluded. I'm fine it to the know-how of

Mind control, not why. You like thatit perceive it as a lack.

But I hope that diithe possible deficiency due to the virtues of concentration

on a witpublic aspect of mind control, namely the methodology

is balanced. On one topic how diitem that myths and legends wild

entwine, isit certainly a virtue, the clarity of representation through

B.itto promote restriction.

My book bitengages in the methods of mental enslavement. Tuesdayite

are broken down into their individual elements and analyzed step by step. The goal

isitto make the most extreme form of slavery understandable so far by

People invented. The most extreme form of enslavement bitis in it

to be completely subject to a foreign will without diit to know. In

diitIn one case the slave is like a dritized animal - with the intelligence and the

Skills ait People.

Many will wonder whether humans have no free will at all if the

Mind control through split personality actually lead to success.

The paradox bitWhat lies in the fact that the victim of the more extreme variants of a

such a strategy actually opts for self-enslavement - all in one

perverse sense even voluntarily. The person concerned is systematically referred to you

Point at which the self-abandonment bitte all in the given situation

possible options is. The perpetrator tell the victim z. B: “We have time. We

will torture you until you submit to us. We will prevent you yourself

kills himself. Nobody will find you here. We torture you as long as bis you voluntarily

and become our slave with joy. That can take ten years, twenty years ... "

My handwriting is not a scientific analysis, but a summary

and critical assessment of key findings for the interitlay laypeople.

Myit Knowledge is diitit Book the only systematic representation of the

Mind control through split personality in the German-speaking area.

Psychologicallyit or psychiatricit Expertise is for understanding dit textit

not mandatory. The inevitable technical terms are in a glossary in the

Appendix dit Buchs explains.

The book is the result of about seven years of research in databases and

Libraries 17 sohow diverse contacts with victims and researchers. Angitot the

Abundance of the relevant facts, I had to make a selection to get the framework

ait introductory non-fiction book for interitnot to blow up the savvy layman. Tuesdayite

selection is naturally subjective. Those who know the matter will be one or the other

Missing another aspect that you may even be interested in bitonders important or even

hold decisive. Tuesdayitis unfortunately inevitable. However, I am of it

convinced that I was through the psycho-logic of mind control

Split personality worked out undistorted.

The focus of my treatise is not on the perpetrators or the victims, either

the course and the background of the acts, but the incomingitlast methods.

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Tuesdayite, and not the hisoric processes, bitThe system and the sequence are right

the representation.

The methods of mind control through split personality are

actually not difficult to understand - not even for the layperson in the field of

Psychology and psychiatry. However, I have been careful about the word “actually”

elected. Not difficult to understand is the book only for people who are not too strong

prone to emotional reactions. Who reacts with horror when he liitt, how

Drugged people, even young children, for mind control purposes

Gitnow, taken into solitary confinement and its meaningitdeprived of impressions, with

Being treated with electric shocks and being hypnotized against their will, who will

sometimes have trouble following my text in a concentrated manner.

That is why I have systematically built up my book and lead you, dear Lithe,

Step by step in diite topic.

In the first part dit bookit I describe using examples and a number of

Experiment the possibilities dit criminal abuse of hypnosis. Since the

most effective methods of criminal hypnosis the deliberate splitting of the

Personality dit Presuppose sacrifice, is the second part is about “Multiple

Personality Disorder ”. In the third part the methods of

systematic personality disorder analyzed in detail. In the fourth and fifth

Part I turn to the applications diithe methods in ditconstructive cults and

Secret services too. The sixth part mineit Box bitdeals with the question

whether diite conclusively followed up on serious violations of human rightshowsen

could become. The final seventh part summarizes the findings

and associates them with some speculative prospects.

My claim sounds unbitcheiden, but corresponds to the facts: Tueitit book

reveals the methods of generating oneit mental slave (ait “Manchurian

Candidateit“) In all witpublic details.

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Part 1: The Dark Side of Hypnosis

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Cold War Hollywood. Mind control in the movie

Since the end of dit Cold War Hollywood is looking for a new political one

Rogue. After the attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001

Islamic terror offered itselfisen for diite role. But angitnothing innumerable

Americans of Muslim Faith is of course restraint is advisable. 18 Tues.it was

before collapse dit Eastern blocs completely different. The villain was red

bloodthirsty, devious, inhabited the empire dit Evil. And his ideology that

Communism, was a figment of hell. And was a good American

of course no communis, it unless he was a victim of red brainwashing.

Two examples on the subject of mineit bookit illustrate the worldview of Hollywood, as

the bad guys still believed in Marx, Mao, Stalin and Lenin:

While dit Korean Warit a platoon of American soldiers is captured

taken. To diitThe men include Captain Bennett Marco and Sergeant

Raymond Shaw. They are brought to Manchuria and there by chinitisic

Hypnosis specialisbrainwashed. The Chinityou understand

GitWorks so well that Shaw strangles a comrade and one on command

kills others with headshots. The men return to the United States

back. Her memory of the brainwashing was erased. they were

trained to commit assassinations as soon as they are bitactivated code

become. But in the end Marco remembers them like a flash of lightning in nightmares

Brainwashing ...

Tuesdayitis the basic ideait Film by John Frankenheimer 19 with Frank Sinatra

(Marco) and Laurence Harvey (Shaw). Tuesdayithe film ("The Manchurian Candidate"),

which was released in 1962, was based on Richard's novel of the same name

Condon, which was released in 1959 and became a B.ittseller

advanced.

A similar oneit Don Siegel took up the theme in 1977 with his film “Telephone”. The KGB

Agent Grigori Borzov (gitplayed by Charlit Bronson) is of his Vorgitlast

on a delicate assignment to the United States gitchickt. He's supposed to be in there

secret mission under a false name to prevent a catastrophe. At the start

dit Cold Warit had the Soviet Union sleeper agents in the USA gitchleust.

As the "Manchurian Candidates" in Siegel's film had diite agents their

Orders received under hypnosis and were able to get hypnotic due to a

generated memory disturbance (post-hypnotic amnitie) no longer remember.

They believed they were normal, ambitious Americans and good citizens

to be. However, if you have a bitThe right code, namely a verse from a poem

from Robert Frost knew, could activate it over the phone. The verse read:

"The woods are lovely, dark and deep,

but I have celebsit to keep

and milit to go before I sleep.

Remember, comrade,

milit to go before you sleep. "

A call with diitem verse was enough to start the grueling program that

the sleepers from the communisical psychological specialisen have been planted

was.In diitIf so, the sleepers would how Robot assassinations and themselves

then kill yourself.

As in the Soviet Union numerous old Staliniss victims of a wave of purges

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A senior KGB renegade agent stole a notebook with the names of the

Agents and fled, dissatisfied with the political developments in his country, to the

United States to activate the sleepers. He wanted the third one

Trigger world war. Borzov has been ordered to stop him.

Countless films have the topic of "hypnosis" more or less realistically

excludeditslaughters. Fritz Lang's silent films “Mabuse the Gambler” and “Das Tittament

dit Dr. Mabuse ”describe the machinationsit brilliant doctorit, to ditsen

dark forces also counted a form of "oriental hypnosis". With her forcing

he z. B. a detective commissar to suicide. In the jamit-Bond film “Im

Her Majitity "operates the evil Blofield (gitby Telly Savalas)

a clinic in Switzerland. There young, pretty women are not just with the

Means of hypnosis freed from their food allergies, but at the same time in

Agents for a globalit Erpritsolution project transformed. In “Hannusen” he picks up

eponymous "clairvoyant" (gitpalted by Klaus-Maria Brandauer) a Nazi officer

from the audience to the stage, hypnotizes him against his will and

makes him how a bird to sing. The LisSuch films could almost be

continue at will.

The topic is extremely effective for the public and uses the usual clichésit:

Black-haired, pomaded hypnotists seduce lovely blonde women

Trance and deprive it of herit free will to them for their sinister plans

abuse. Diabolical criminals watch calmly how its hypnotic

enslaved victims are handed over to the executioner. Patriotic Americans and

Favorite of all Schhowbecome mothers of slit-eyed communisen in

Tools of the world revolution transformed.

The meisen viewer diithe films held hypnotized spies, assassins,

Bank robbers and suicides presumably for a fantasy product from the cinema

Dream factory. Tuesdayite assessment was undoubtedly by the often exaggerated and

unbelievable representations of hypnosis in diitin films. But here

the true core was only too easily displaced, which in diiten Gitchatting

stuck. The tendency to perceive hypnosis as fantasy or stage spectacle

and denying their real power presumably comes from the same sources how

the widespread rejection of psychoanalysis: the meisen people refuse

emotionally, reality dit To accept and admit unconsciously,

that they are not masters of their own mental home. 20th

Even the overhowThe majority of experts is convinced no one

could be hypnotized against his will. Nobody could be in hypnosis

induced or even compelled to contravene his moral principles

act. It is impossible for a person to be complete through hypnosisit free

Will deprive. As soon as the hypnotisand the commands dit Hypnotist as completely

feel unreasonable, he wakes up immediately from the trance. The hypnosis

Specialis H. B. Gibson says e.g. B., the belief in unusual powers of

Hypnosis is a modern form dit Belief in witches. Hypnotists who do diite forces

complain for yourself, would with diitIn the end, they only inflate their ego. 21

From my point of view, too, diite skeptical assessment of the possibilities

hypnotic influence on all applications of hypnosis that are in the

Gitmove around the corner. Hypnosis shows, hypno therapies and

relevant textbooks provide only a limited insight into the

sometimes very extensive possibilities of hypnosis. Psychotherapists and

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Hypnotists are subject to ethical sohow jurisical Bitrestrictions and

work in public light. Who is diiten Bitrestrictions and controls

withdraws, can exercise a very far-reaching power with hypnosis - above all

about those people who are above average susceptible to hypnotic influences

are. Even if the majority of hypnotists are inclined for understandable reasons

isTo understate the power of hypnosis is always found in literature

howof the clues that diithe clearly disagree with belittling.

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Control over the unconscious. The witin hypnosis

The American hypnosis expert John F. Kihlstrom z. B. defines hypnosis as

a social interaction in which one person, the hypnotist, the Suggitoptions

another person, namely dit Hypnotist aiming at

Imagination experiences follows, the changes in thoughts and actions

lock in. Among the most highly hypnotizable people are diite

Reactions with a subjective certainty reminiscent of madness, and with a

Experience of involuntary behavior that borders on coercion. 22nd

The doctor and court expert Ludwig Mayer writes: “Hypnosis is a condition

Gitpastry Suggittibility evoked by the hypnotizing doctor

by Suggittion in the person to be hypnotized bitgood ideas

awakened. Under Suggittion effects in diitOne understands them in a sense

Possibility of influencing mental and psychophysical processes, which are due to

of affective ideas take place in the subconscious and then in the

Course of hypnosis regardless of the will or intellect dit Hypnotists

prevail in the upper consciousness. "23

Tuesdayite Definitions obviously do not relate to self-hypnosis, as in

diithe yes the hypnotist and the hypnotist a and diitare the same person. Since the

Split mind control a form of enslavement

represents, the self-hypnosis plays in diitem context does not matter - with a

Exception, the suggested self-hypnosis: the hypnotist gives it

Command hypnotists to withdraw from hypnosis after waking up

bitin certain situations or as a result of bithypnotize or hypnotize stimuli yourself.

to sink into a trance. One can of course argue about whether it in

diitem case is a real self-hypnosis. But not unnecessary to the matter

To complicate matters, focus in the following basic explanations

on the hypnosis of others.

The psychologist Ernitt R. Hilgard bitwrites seven basic characteristics dit

hypnotic state:

• The hypnotist loses the initiative and the desire to have his own intentions

realize.

• The attention becomes extremely selective (e.g. the hypnotist, etc.)

U. only the voice dit Hypnotist).

• The skills for visual memory and imagination are

Gitdough.

• The reality orientation is diminished and tolerance to

Distortions of the perception of reality is elevated.

• The Suggittibility increases significantly.

• The willingness to role-play is Gitdough.

• Often the hypnotist can no longer refer to the fact of the and the

Remember events during hypnosis (post-hypnotic amnitie). 24

The brain processitThe underlying principles of hypnosis are largely unknown.