behavioral change programs which use rhythmic coded tonal transmissions in a coercive manner to cause the learning and adoption of an ideology or designated set of beliefs, ideas, attitudes, or behaviors.

the coercive psychological influences of these programs force the subjects to adapt in a series of tiny “invisible” steps, designed to be sufficiently small enough so that the subjects cannot notice the changes in themselves.

applied over continuous periods of time, these programs will enhance the subjects’ critical thinking abilities as they gradually regain their ability to make independent and informed decisions.

the essential strategy used by the producers of these programs is to systematically select, sequence and coordinate many different types of coercive influences, images, and rhythmic patterns.

Edited by euclid0911 on 17 Jun 2008, 02:45

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