Illegal Hypnosis- Conclusion...

In presenting this theory, ask yourself interestingly what do you eat. Expanding further, what do you wear and because some have tested on the animals- have these actions either combined or separately led to the inducement of society itself being tested on as an example? Various cultures have had a disturbing thought, conflict occurrence or disease throughout recorded time. We have had these consistencies regardless of the race, religion or social class stratification of the time. What factors could each possibly have similar that would drive itself to fulfill the obligations of conflict eventualities? Again, simply stated- food & resources.

Psychokinesis is the supposed ability to influence physical objects or events by thought processes. Telekinesis is the supposed causing of an object to move by means of psychic forces. Charles Honorton in a 1993 observation at the Maimonides Dream Laboratory documented use of these abilities in which a woman named Felicia Parise specialized in moving pill bottles, compass needles and in film flogging (7.Honorton, Charles 1993). In a 1993 study, effects of psychokinesis was studied under highly controlled conditions and had shown measurements where the odds of such outcomes are about 8,000 to 1 (8.Schmidt, Helmut 1993). A 1998 experiment tested for telepathic communication between groups of senders and recievers (9.Dalkvist & Westerlund 1998). A numer of significant effects were obtained and results suggested that "natural" explanations of the findings are extremely unlikely.

However, in 1984 researcher Carroll Nash discussed ways in which quantum physics can explain phenomena such as ESP, psi and psychokinesis. Nash discusses that paranormal effects may result from the interaction between mental and physical fields that occupy the same space and time (2. Nash, Carroll 1984). In at least as early as 1990, the United States Military had been conducting studies to develop "New Age" techniques for enhancing human performance by training that would increase paramormal abilities such as remote viewing and psychokinesis (5.Swets & Bjork 1990). A study by Lofter R. Gissurarson explains methods for enhancement and training of psychokinesis (6.Gissurarson, Lofter R. 1992). In a 1989 study of comparative success rates of psychokinesis experiments using animate targets (ATs) with those using inanimate targets, indications of better results were found in AT experiments (4.Braud, William G. 1989).

Another means of possibly supporting the Illegal Hypnosis concept is "Kirlian Photography". Kirlian Photography is the process of creating an image of an object by exposing the object to an electromagnetic field. The process is also known as electromagnetic discharge imaging (EDI). Objects thus photographed appear surrounded by discharges of light. The images may be captured with ordinary photographic methods or by more sophisticated techniques. Under studies of for example a trained Psychic compared to a normal abled body person, the images of the trained Psychic have shown that the Psychic can harness energy with pinpoint accurany as where a normal person would have these energy fields eminating randomly from thier body.

Hypnosis has already been proven to cause people to commit certain actions. For example, a woman at a party had been demonstrated to perform deviant behaviors such as pointing a gun at another party member under the use of hypnosis by another member of the party (1. Conn 1981). Researcher Carl Rogers suggests that a persons conscious and unconscious perceptions make up their phenomenal field. Relating a facet of Illegal Hypnosis would be that behaviors and thoughts are attributed to this phenomenal field by various intelligences because of our actions toward species and environment alike. The inducement of conflicting nature proposed in the demonstration of the woman pointing the gun had not been mentioned. Although, one could assume that a wide array of inducements (e.g. an apparent reconditioning of ones phenomenal field) could be attributed to unleashing inhibitions.

This leaving even more open ground for hypnotically induced individuals, hypnosis, having been recorded for at least the last few millennia has comparatively come into question recently. Some professionals hint that both clinical and experimental views of hypnosis are social constructions that reflect the biases and interests of practitioners and scientists (12.Kimayer, Luarence J. 1992). There have been concerns as early as the 19th century where hypnosis has been questioned to bring about immoral behaviors through coercion (2. Lawrence & Perry 1983). With hypnosis, the subject is very relaxed and attentive to incoming stimuli, along with acute responsiveness. Consequently, the subject is open to suspend critical judgment, to dispense with logical evaluation even though remaining in a state of self-control. Barbara Fairfield explains that hypnosis in this way can be used in a hypnotherapeutic process (10.Fairfield, Barbara 1990). However, can this self-control in hypnosis be deviated? For example, where subliminal perceptions are stimuli below the levels of conscious awareness, rationalize the question of wheter or not varuios intelligences would make one enact or let one become susceptible to enact a particular disorder or deviance using hypnosis, psychokinesis and telekinesis? Thus, "Illegal Hypnosis".

According to some researchers, a form of reconditioning can be utilized where the pairing of certain imagery with deviant behaviors may produce strong approach responses to the external referents of the images (3. McGuire, Carlisle & Young 1965). Experimenters Wayne Braffman and Irving Kirsch demonstated how hypnosis was found to have impacts on suggestibility levels in thier study where participants were measured on hypnotic and nonhypnotic suggestibility (11.Braffman & Kirsch 1999). In this tangent, it may be suggested that positive or negative occurrence deviances may be attributable to the use of induced imagery.

Another attribute that helps support the Illegal Hypnosis theory was introduced by Alexander Bain. The process known as “Thought Stopping” may be utilized with reconditioning when forming conflict scenarios and instances. With Bain’s concept of thought stopping, a stimulant is present for conditioning in efforts to alleviate deviant natures. Used as a method of resolving conflict, in a retrospective sense, the opposite approach seems like another lead that would support Illegal Hypnosis. For example, as with antisocial personality disorder, deviant imagery is administered to an individual causing a potential conflicting negative inducement (e.g. animals administering various conflict scenarios and rationales as a subconscious stimulus where an individual would be driven to display antisocial behaviors).

Thinking in regards to animal testing and society being tested on as a result, it would be safe to assume the latter judgement when posed with the question: Are people that have been incarcerated (e.g. due to a conduct disorder) induced and manipulated as result of an animal that has been locked in a cage and tested on? We bring these plagues on ourselves and build our own cage or so it may seem. Is a soldier in a minefield placed in the situation because of pesticides that make an insect walk through a diseased land much the same way?

Along with the rationale of each of the proposed ideals of the Illegal Hypnosis process, the method can be expanded upon even further to enact a whole event schema. While looking at gender conflicts for example, the portrayed behaviors are much like upset animals locked in a cage. Viewing the enacted scenarios of the couple having a dispute with the proposed ideals in mind, the conflict appears to demonstrate modified behaviors of the animal instilled on the subjects. A modified sense of trust or suspicion, as seemingly with paranoid personality disorder, is another account where the level of attainment would be a product of reactions toward the proposed relations to animal, plant and environmental products with our principle of thought/theory.

As we think of societies habits/actions of the present day, we look toward an for an insight of problem solving. What are we going to feed our children? Vegetarianism, Veganism and/or instill Environmentalism? Perhaps even more ethical ways of beng carnivore. The rationale and justifications in efforts of self-adjusted sensitive and critical periods give aspects for consideration. Where sensitive periods being characteristics that are sensitive to influence during a particular time period and critical periods being that a particual time period is critical for development of a particual characteristic, looking at Illegal Hypnosis and its relation to the two, Illegal Hypnosis may be a starting point for help. The whole again is purely hypothetical and theoretical however.

What is important is that the methodologies of conflict, disease and courses of action chosen are placed in the hypothetical spotlight. Once achieved, the way is paved for a better understanding of conflict, disease and disorders with regards to psychology and the individual. Yet, hypnosis and induced individuals have been proven to exist. Additionally, psychokinesis and telekinesis has been shown to exist as well. In that tangent, a resolution must be resolved as to the level of aspiration one chooses to achieve. No longer how but instead why and for what reasons.

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