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Weaponized Hypnosis – Part 1, The Kubark Manual

August 12, 2018
Weaponized Hypnosis – Part 1, The Kubark Manual

In this post we will take a look at the first of a series of books and articles that focus on what we might call “Weaponized Hypnosis”. Most people are familiar with the use of Hypnosis by stage magicians (making a subject crow like a rooster or other stunt), and the practical use by clinicians […]

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The Hypno-Programmed Assassin

December 1, 2013
The Hypno-Programmed Assassin

Back in July we looked at new technology for advertising that uses “Voice to skull technology”, where messages can be broadcast into a person’s head and only that person can hear it. This technology is now being used to play adds for people as they walk by billboards for instance. It has also long been […]

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