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Remotely-accessed electronic devices and hypnotic suggestion

Postby OhItsThatGuyAgain » Tue Dec 14, 2021 3:55 pm

Has anyone here ever heard of people having various electronic devices in their possession (e.g. cell phones, televisions with internet access, etc.) getting remotely accessed by total strangers without the informed consent of the owners? It's come to my attention that certain sadistic people have the capability to transmit hypnotic suggestion in order to induce the symptoms of various mental illnesses eventually resulting in full-blown psychosis. It's also come to my attention that this can also be done using Long Range Acoustic Devices.
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Re: Remotely-accessed electronic devices and hypnotic suggestion

Postby Snaga » Tue Dec 14, 2021 7:03 pm

I have heard of Alexa being hacked.

As far as hypnotic suggestion, why would anyone go to the bother? It would take a clever and determined individual to try, and one has to be agreeable to hypnosis, as I understand it, to be hypnotized. Surely there's simpler ways to gaslight someone. On a governmental level, there is the full weight of news and media sources who willingly comply with government and corporations, to screw with peoples' minds en masse; thus again rendering the idea of covert electronic hypnosis moot. if not downright inefficient.

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