Sunday, July 28, 2013

Getting a Grip on Those Strange Experiences

This post is for those TIs who really want help in understanding their situation and experiences, rather than for those who just want to have people accept whatever they might claim without question - although they should read it too. If you carefully consider what I have to say here, you'll find that it's quite accurate, and if you can remember the basic points I make, it will benefit you as a TI in ways that you may not realize right away. Understanding some of the information presented will require some careful consideration and perhaps even further explanation. Much of this information deserves to be be explained at much greater length, and I could, but for the sake of getting to the points more quickly, I've tried to keep it short. So please don't hold back on asking questions if you don't understand something or don't agree.

First, a couple of questions we need to ask ourselves... How do we know that our experiences are really what they seem? How can we say that our experiences are accurate in spite of what others might claim?

Now let me offer an answer...

Our interpretation of our experiences is purely subjective. These interpretations only take place in the mind. For example, we might kick a rock and hurt our foot, but the visual image of the rock, the awareness of kicking it, and the pain that results from kicking it is only in the mind. However, we all need more than just this subjective side of the experience to accurately determine what objective reality correlates to it. Otherwise, for all we know, we might have just dreamed the experience. There's a huge difference between subjective reality and objective reality, and how we determine the difference is important to understand.

Objective reality is determined by two things: 1) the similarities between our experiences and those of others, and 2) the ability to make accurate predictions, based on the similarities between those past experiences.

Objective reality is essentially established through the order that we determine to exist in our mutual experiences. We couldn't interact with each other or the world around us by any other means. So, in this sense, objective reality is far more important than any subjective interpretations we might have of it.

Religions have attempted to explain objective reality in a manner that doesn't really work very well, and most of us will agree that they fail to explain many things and often contradict themselves in their explanations. So science was established to do away with these problems, and it has proven to be far more reliable, having established certain basic principles that have withstood the test of time.

Science is based on establishing the order of our objective world - the similarities within and between our mutual experiences. Using scientific principles, we can explore and predict objective reality and establish facts. Facts are basically objective truths that are always the same for everyone under the same or similar circumstances. Subjective reality fails in this regard, and so it should never be relied on to establish what is objectively real. Comparison of subjective experience with established fact is very important in assuring that these experiences are what they seem.

The interpretation of our subjective experiences is based on a number of things: what we've been taught to believe, what we remember from past experiences, and sometimes what we imagine or invent. These are the basic influences on our interpretations of our experiences.

Of course, none of us ever have the exact same experiences, and none of our own experiences are ever exactly the same, but there are aspects of them that can be measured to a fine enough degree that they are similar enough to make accurate predictions. The greatest uncertainty lies in those subjective experiences we have that can't be compared directly, where we must rely on less certain comparisons. For instance, my feeling of happiness might be somewhat different than yours, what I experience as the color red might not really be the same as yours, etc. All we can do in that regard is to agree that we both feel good when we have the feeling of happiness (perhaps in similar situations), that stop signs are always the color that we experience as 'red', etc. In these cases, we have to measure the similarities between our experiences by whether we agree that our own experiences of these things are always the same.

So what takes place n the mind is NOT necessarily an accurate interpretation of our objective experiences, except for how it seems to match our past experiences of similar things, and how it might match with other people's experiences of those same things. This is the only way can we determine objective reality.

Now, to bring all of this more on topic... mind control, in whatever form might be used, is all about affecting what goes on in the mind. Whether you're being gang-stalked, a target of EH, or subjected to more direct forms of MC programming, the intended result is to manipulate what goes on in your mind to the point that you will think and act in a desired way. Much of this manipulation involves changing your beliefs - your perception or understanding (subjective interpretation) of events that take place in the objective world. This is sometimes done fairly rapidly, as with the more direct forms of MC where the perps can gain physical access to you and put you through an intense program that involves trauma-based MPD/DID or implants or whatever. But it appears that more often it's applied over the longer term, slowly changing your perceptions and understandings over time. These latter methods include subjecting you to various forms of influence (singly or in combination), such as hypnosis, subliminal insertions in electronic media and communications, exposure to carefully selected ideas and information that caters to your interests while leading you into accepting false ideas, etc.

This is where disinformation comes in, and this is why there are innumerable people who will pop up, some of them espousing 'inside knowledge' about the technology (i.e. John St. Clair Akwei, Robert Duncan, etc.), and others offering verification of your suspicions (John Hall, Jesse Beltran, etc.). These people might actually believe what they say, but they might also be caught up in a false reality and being used to further influence others. There are also various cult groups in existence that are the result of the success of such people, and they're also very involved in establishing false belief systems that are designed to entrap the unwary. These people and groups are all over the place, using whatever methods or technologies they have at their disposal to influence TIs. They attract you through the information or services they offer, and they (or those who control them) quickly weed out those who are not easily influenced while focusing specifically on those who fall for their game.

The good news is that these people and groups are easy enough to spot because they never allow any objective analysis of their claims. To introduce such analysis will quickly reveal the faults in their claims, so they don't want any of the people they have gained some control over to start thinking objectively about what they've been led to believe. To assure that this doesn't occur, they're very likely to establish early on in these people a negative reaction to any such analysis. So if you have an aversion to critically analyzing your targeting experiences, or being questioned about them by others (which an inordinately large number of TIs seem to be), then you are probably in far deeper than you realize, and you should definitely make a determined effort to break that aversion.

I hope that this information will help at least a few of you. I can attest that it has helped me tremendously in recognizing and avoiding the many psychological traps that are out there, and even to expose a few of them. I want the same for all of you. Not analyzing your beliefs and experiences regarding your targeting (by comparing them with those of others and relying on scientifically established facts rather than drawing assumptions or basing them on unproven claims) is only going to leave you in the same predicament you're in now, and it will probably only get worse over time. And if you really don't want to make the effort required get out of your predicament, there's really no point in these sorts of groups existing other than to find company for your continuing misery.