Cracking The Code Of Mind Control
The Most Complete Secrets
(Exercising Your Mind) People just like you, who do not yet know about these secrets to cracking the code of mind control, have been left out in the cold.
There are those who are not ethical and / or responsible with the techniques of mind control that have not only left you behind with the understanding; but are controlling you.
Meanwhile you are being laughed at, and looked down upon for being, un-cool, stupid, foolish, weak, incompetent, and impotent because you allow yourself to be destructively hypnotized.
“Heaven is just another lie, and if you believe in it, you’re an idiot!” – Carl to Carol in The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 11 – Judge, Jury, Executioner
I am not including everything here all at once, because it will just overload you, and overloading you is actually something that I will save for the last installment where it has the best effect.
There will be a series of follow-ups to this article, and you will want to read all of them.
This is actually the best way for you to learn this information, so that you can master each part in small, bite-sized chunks.
I just realized I used bit-sized chunks after quoting The Walking Dead!
Anyway, the first secret to cracking the code of mind control has to do with what is known as authority.
This is what you consider to be authority, and how you react or respond to who and what you consider to be authority.
“Christ promised a resurrection of the dead. I just thought he had something a little different in mind.” – Hershel to Rick, in The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 13 – Beside the Dying Fire.
The secret is that you are the one who gives the authority over yourself to the ideas, organizations, people, and other things you consider to be authorities.
And this is a form of self-hypnosis, which I used to think that all hypnosis was.
But I was very mistaken, because now I know that you can be hypnotized against your will.
One of the fastest forms of hypnosis is submission to authority.
It is equal to tapping out in a Mixed-Martial Arts match.
You are subconsciously saying “You have control over me.”
And you are unconscious of this when you say it.
This is also one of the most invisible, and readily accepted forms of instant hypnosis.
But then again, if most of the hypnosis we experience wasn’t invisible or in some other way unknown to us; it would not have the effect that it does to change our beliefs and behavior.
“Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.” – Matthew 10:16
The first practice to make so that you can start to crack the code of mind control may be something that is very uncomfortable to you.
But you must accept and master this practice in order to take control of your own mind.
This will be given to you as a reminder throughout this series on cracking the mind control code.
You may dismiss it, but you will only be doing so at the risk of forever being played for a fool by those in the know.
And the reason you may choose to ignore this is because it may seem ridiculous that such a common, every day thing can actually have anything to do with controlling your mind.
At the same time, this may not apply to everyone.
Some of the people this would apply to have already quit reading because of the quotes I have used so far.
Because not everyone responds to this ancient mind-control implant in the same way, or simply do not respond at all.
This simple practice is the very first step I have chosen to include for you to begin separating from your unconscious, and automatic submission to being controlled by authority.
There are two parts of this.
When someone sneezes, do you react by saying “Bless you“?
If you do, then the practice you must adopt immediately is to stop saying this.
Have you ever questioned why you say this?
There is nothing valid or logical about it.
And you are not being “rude” if you do not say it.
But a lot of people will try to make you feel guilty for not saying “Bless you” when they sneeze.
It is just an automatic response that is a great example of how you can be unconsciously programmed.
Do you even remember being taught to say “Bless you” when someone sneezes?
Some people have been taught to say this I am sure.
But most others have just picked up this habit because everyone around them does it.
The other practice is for those of you who have already gotten past the point of reacting with “Bless you” every time someone sneezes.
If this is you, then maybe you are in the habit of saying “Thank you” after someone says “Bless you” after YOU are the one who has sneezed!
They have not done you a favor, nor are they doing anything that makes any sense at all except for the fact that it is an unconscious response.
So your practice is to just stop thanking people for doing nothing.
They are not being thoughtful or caring.
Saying “Bless you” after someone sneezes is the product of unconscious programming that has been installed as an automatic response to a stimulus.
It is just a post-hypnotic suggestion that has been installed by the authority of the masses.
This is a form of just going along with the crowd.
And saying “Thank you” to someone who says this to you after you sneeze is just another automatic response based on a guilt based form of programming.
Because you somehow feel obligated to thank someone for not even doing or saying something that matters!
Surely giving someone a thoughtful blessing is special and welcome.
But a robot-like reaction to a sneeze, and the thank you that follows are both non-sense.
If this has offended you in some way, then it is a good indication that you need to make a practice of this very simple spell-breaking and code-cracking secret.
On the other hand, I would be very curious to know if anyone can actually provide me with a valid argument for this habit of saying “Bless you” when someone sneezes.
And I do mean something beyond the connections to ancient superstitions.
If not, then get to practicing now.
There are sure to be plenty of opportunities.
And be certain that you do, so you will be ready for the next exercise.