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at ftptezcatcompatriot If you have any other files youd like to contribute e-mail them to alexspiralorg ------------------------------------------------ THE BATTLE FOR YOUR MIND by Dick Sutphen -- 222 KB Persuasion Brainwashing Techniques Being Used On The Public Today SUMMARY OF CONTENTS The Birth of ConversionBrainwashing in Christian Revivalism in 1735 The Pavlovian explanation of the three brain phases Born- again preachers Step-by-Step how they conduct a revival and the expected physiological results The voice roll technique used by preachers lawyers and hypnotists New trance-inducing churches The 6 steps to conversion The decognition process Thought- stopping techniques The sell it by zealot technique True believers and mass movements Persuasion techniques Yes set Imbedded Commands Shock and Confusion and the Interspersal Technique Subliminals Vibrato and ELF waves Inducing trance with vibrational sound Even professional observers will be possessed at charismatic gatherings The only hope technique to attend and not be converted Non-detectable Neurophone programming through the skin The medium for mass take-over Im Dick Sutphen and this tape is a studio-recorded expanded version of a talk I delivered at the World Congress of Professional Hypnotists Convention in Las Vegas Nevada Although the tape carries a copyright to protect it from unlawful duplication for sale by other companies in this case I invite individuals to make copies and give them to friends or anyone in a position to communicate this information Although Ive been interviewed about the subject on many local and regional radio and TV talk shows large-scale mass communication appears to be blocked since it could result in suspicion or investigation of
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