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May 7, 2013

Predictive Programming – The Guillotine Simulator

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How long does it take for you to realize the email sent by a family member to you was faked? At what point will you be unable to differentiate history, real world events from media, movies and staged fake flag events? What if history was to be rewritten in real time? Time is running up. HOLONET

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… The reality is that most people don’t have the patience, time,resources or inclination to find out what is really going on out there.

… The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.

Willing Suspension of Disbelief

You can ask an audience to believe the impossible, but not the improbable.

Suspension of disbelief can be broken even in science fiction when a show breaks its own established laws or places said laws outside of fiction.

[…] You see suspending your disbelief is a stress on the mind, you’re asking your brain to ignore what it knows to be true. You’re saying “Hey brain, you know how people can’t fly? Well screw you, this guy can.” And your brain grumbles a bit but then does as you ask and accepts the fact that people can now fly. And then you say “Hey grey matter, vampires exist.” More grumbling, but Mr Brain plays the game. And then in the last chapter of the book when the protagonist is struggling to disarm a bomb, his faithful dog sidles up to him and says “Oi, Jeff, just cut the bloody blue wire already.”

“No,” replies Brian the Brain, “just no! Flying, yes. Vampires, yes. But dogs do not just randomly start talking because it’s bloody convenient.


to manipulate someone into questioning their own sanity; to subtly drive someone crazy

[…]  there must be a few seconds or more after your head is chopped off until you lose consciousness. Its not like being shot through the brain. They say Hearing is the last to go, so you can hear the reaction of the crowd as you die

… a precise shot of paralytic to the top of the spinal cord, followed by a photorealistic rendering (through the goggles) of the goggles being removed… to reveal the severed-head’s view of the “real world” simulation room. Dim lights to black; leave them there to contemplate.

… They’re not laughing because anything is particularly funny. It’s the sort of laughter that is created by an inappropriate joke or a stressful situation that is avoided.

This speaks to the quality and efficacy of the simulation – it elevates stress enough that it causes participants to need to ‘laugh it off’.

… Would a “little” damage to the limbic system, for instance, make it difficult for people to remember things that happened in the past?

Would constant reminders be helpful in shaping memory, allowing some events to remain important while others faded away? Would this help keep people easy to control?

Well we have news. Science is already censored. Lots of secret science is conducted, and has been conducted. Secret science and technology has been kept hidden to create a huge technology gap, and this huge technology gap allows evil people to play God with you and your loved ones.

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