gsehi.comGang stalking Encyclopedia
Mind control is the systematic use of unethically manipulative methods to persuade others to conform to the wishes of the manipulator.
Gang stalking is a sort of mind control. Gang stalking is a hate crime.
Electronic harassment is another sort of mind control. Electronic harassment is the use of electronic devices to harass, torture, and/or physically harm a person, or even the pets of the victim. Many electronic devices can have a negative side effect on your health. So they can be used for harassment.
About 50% of gang stalking victims experience also electronic harassment.
Voice to skull is a sort of electronic harassment. Many gang stalking victims hear voices. I suppose that the perpetrators use voice to skull to harass and hypnotize their victims.
Implants are a sort of electronic harassment. It’s the most invasive type of stalking. Some implant victims don’t experience gang stalking. Gang stalking victims see them as medical experimentees.
Mind control victims are very much like prisoners of war who have been tortured. The difference is that they don’t know why they have been tortured, they don’t have their own army or support system, they have been tortured by citizens of their own country, and the torture is generally ongoing. Rather than any sort of sympathy or respect for having served their country by being selected for exploitation and torture for the sake of what is called national security or freedom, these veterans of mind control abuse are subjected to ridicule and abuse. The psychological torture, and often the physical torture, is ongoing.
There are many books about mind control which you will probably find uninteresting because they contain many historical facts.
You will benefit more from the following systematic books which explain how mind control works.
The rape of the mind by Joost Meerloo (1.2 MB, 241 pages). Joost Meerloo by Wikipedia (79.5 K, 2 pages).
The Illuminati formula to create an undetectable total mind controlled slave by Fritz Springmeier, Cisco Wheeler (3.7 MB, 558 pages).
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