Trauma-Based Mind Control

Tim Boucher

Tim Boucher

Tim Boucher wrote back in 2005:

As far as I understand it (which admittedly is nothing close to first-hand experience), trauma-based mind control is kind of similar to the whole favorite-album phenomenon. The idea is basically that you condition the mind according to certain stimuli. When you experience a sensory trigger, a correlated interior state is achieved. The most common example of this is called Classical or Pavlovian Conditioning:

Classical Conditioning is the type of learning made famous by Pavlov’s experiments with dogs. The gist of the experiment is this: Pavlov presented dogs with food, and measured their salivary response (how much they drooled). Then he began ringing a bell just before presenting the food. At first, the dogs did not begin salivating until the food was presented. After a while, however, the dogs began to salivate when the sound of the bell was presented. They learned to associate the sound of the bell with the presentation of the food. As far as their immediate physiological responses were concerned, the sound of the bell became equivalent to the presentation of the food.

Other types of behavioral conditioning exist as well, with “operant conditioning” relating to the reinforcement or punishing of behavior. For our current purposes though, the easiest way to understand all this is through Pavlov’s dogs salivating when they hear a bell, or us being flooded by emotions when we hear a song we’ve not heard for many years.

Trauma & Dissociation

Now, listening to a record over and over may be a lot of fun, but it’s not the most significant physical stimulus available to us. Extremes of pleasure and pain may go well beyond that, triggering far greater physiological responses and long-term effects. Imagine instead of listening to a record over and over again, you are severely beaten repeatedly, or subjected to electric shocks. And at varying intervals to this, you are in turn sexually abused. Maybe this goes on for months or years. It’s not very difficult to imagine that such events would seriously contort your psyche in unimaginable ways. Especially if these things were combined and overlaid with other types of classical and operant conditioning.

Read more here.  Also interesting are the post’s comments, wherein it is suggested that 9/11 was “a trigger to an alter personality in the collective american psyche.”  Which leads me to wonder if the U.S.’s torture regime is not designed to get accurate information–a purpose for which torture is increasingly known to be ineffective–but to coerce obedience, including as a veiled threat to American citizens.  Or if it was designed at all.

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  • Belcat

    I think it can be done even more subtlety, like the campaigns of fear one sees in the US (9/11, drugs, etc). They get their audience all worried (eg, traumatized), and then promise them that the new law (or whatever) is going to make all their fear go away and protect them. The laws seldom do, but they certainly advance other political agendas.

  • Belcat

    I think it can be done even more subtlety, like the campaigns of fear one sees in the US (9/11, drugs, etc). They get their audience all worried (eg, traumatized), and then promise them that the new law (or whatever) is going to make all their fear go away and protect them. The laws seldom do, but they certainly advance other political agendas.

    • Itruth119

      i take it you follow the dialectics approach as well? thesis/anti-thesis/synthesis. you’ve pretty much spelled it out.
      create a problem (traumatize the populous), create a solution (patriot acts), achieve desired result (more exertion of control) by having the traumatized victims BEG you for it…!
      crazy planet we live on eh?

  • Dshep369

    lets not forget about microchip implants which no one ever talks about anymore. funny, cause there’s legislation in civilized countries against it. americans all think it means your schizophrenic. which i also am as well :).

    in the early sixties a bull was stopped in it’s tracks, using wireless interface. i wonder how far that technology has evolved in 50 years?

    i’m so tired of other countries being smarter than mine.

  • Dshep369

    lets not forget about microchip implants which no one ever talks about anymore. funny, cause there’s legislation in civilized countries against it. americans all think it means your schizophrenic. which i also am as well :).

    in the early sixties a bull was stopped in it’s tracks, using wireless interface. i wonder how far that technology has evolved in 50 years?

    i’m so tired of other countries being smarter than mine.

  • Dshep369

    lets not forget about microchip implants which no one ever talks about anymore. funny, cause there’s legislation in civilized countries against it. americans all think it means your schizophrenic. which i also am as well :).

    in the early sixties a bull was stopped in it’s tracks, using wireless interface. i wonder how far that technology has evolved in 50 years?

    i’m so tired of other countries being smarter than mine.

  • 5by5

    Just TV commercials are a means of trauma-based control. First, it’s a fast food commercial presenting unrealistically appealing images of their food, followed by a diet/exercise commercial, followed by some skin/acne commercial, followed by a sexy-sexy Victoria’s secret commercial, followed by a boner-pill commercial, followed by some ultra-violent trailer for a movie where a woman gets tortured and killed for sexual pleasure.

    Rinse, lather, repeat for the average 8 hours a day of teevee watching that Americans do, and do the math as to why we’re insecure, fat, and associate sex with violence.

  • Anonymous

    Just TV commercials are a means of trauma-based control. First, it’s a fast food commercial presenting unrealistically appealing images of their food, followed by a diet/exercise commercial, followed by some skin/acne commercial, followed by a sexy-sexy Victoria’s secret commercial, followed by a boner-pill commercial, followed by some ultra-violent trailer for a movie where a woman gets tortured and killed for sexual pleasure.

    Rinse, lather, repeat for the average 8 hours a day of teevee watching that Americans do, and do the math as to why we’re insecure, fat, and associate sex with violence.

  • phlarn

    See esoterickitten’s youtube channel. She’s got a huge series that is very informative on this subject.

  • phlarn

    See esoterickitten’s youtube channel. She’s got a huge series that is very informative on this subject.

  • phlarn

    See esoterickitten’s youtube channel. She’s got a huge series that is very informative on this subject.

  • Itruth119

    i take it you follow the dialectics approach as well? thesis/anti-thesis/synthesis. you’ve pretty much spelled it out.
    create a problem (traumatize the populous), create a solution (patriot acts), achieve desired result (more exertion of control) by having the traumatized victims BEG you for it…!
    crazy planet we live on eh?

  • Warren

    Are you sure it’s American technology. I get framed all the time for standing up to mind controllers…

  • Warren

    Are you sure it’s American technology. I get framed all the time for standing up to mind controllers…

  • Warren

    Are you sure it’s American technology. I get framed all the time for standing up to mind controllers…