Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Mind Control (as seen on TV)

What's that,children? You want to shape the hearts and minds of the masses? Guide your friends down the right path on their own accord? Lose your virginity? Fret not my young ones, Daddy Kane will give you all you need to know to get started.

The Mind as a Reaction.

   So the current science on how our brain categorizes, prioritizes, and stores incoming information would be something like this. The brain takes in all sorts of input commands from your dozens and hundreds of senses and from neuron clusters outside of the brain, which do a nice amount of our unconscious actions for us before we even receive them as thoughts. The brain soaks it in, gives it an incentive level based on past information about similar patterns, using anywhere from 1 to 3 parts of our brain at any one given time to access the information in whatever medium we translated it to/from. 1 to 3 parts flashing by at a perfectly unthinkable rate with neurons millions of neurons touching 10,000 neurons each. Compare that to our finest processor, whose transistor only touches 12, and whose transistors are in uniform rows with just a hundreths of the 'neurons' we have. Every neuron a packet of information so wildly complex and ever subtly shifting in priority and degree.  We have nerve endings and cellular sensitivity. An optical array that include 120 million high definition rods in a gorgeous spiralling fractal burst; catching the light in a sharp clarity with only three colored rods to translate the infinite possibilities before us, all pointed to a single pin point in the back of your eye... Your TV screen. The world outside you sits behind an impermeable wall, and we conscious colony conglomerates of organs and cells and amino acid masterpieces billions of years old, watch it on a projector. Around the rods, we have cones, the fuzzy depth of everything but the dead center of your vision. Faster received than the rods, but wider and less numerous, giving you the increasingly fuzzy picture you see in your vision. That fuzziness will correspond to those fractalling bursts in your irises, and the further out, the further your brain automatically fills in the blanks of the terrible resolution the cones necessarily offer. This is how you can notice something that you haven't before. To compensate for the wild filling in, your optical nerves tilt and skew around to orient the beam of light to hit the membrane on the back of your eyeball. That membrane... Is your movie screen. The optical nerves travel all along it, connecting to the photo-receptors that give you the so far sub-par image, which all travel down your optical nerve to be translated and refined, fractaling known patterns and shapes over and over and over in a blurring iteration to give crisp definition to our vision. Wherever that pinpoint of light doesn't hit on the membrane/retina, is received as the even blurrier cones. The darting around the pupils do all the time making sure you never stare for too long(usually) at pone point to give a fuller picture, also corresponds to what your brain is accessing, or trying to access. This is a very important and tiny distinction to make, your eyes darting in tiny searching patterns are generally filling in the world. Larger darts, rolls, directional favoring are generally to blame from conscious thought or accessing various parts of memory.

Alright Daddy Kane, our minds are thoroughly saturated and your not even past the descriptions. What gives? Look, if mind control and reading was simple,we'd all be in trouble. Why am I talking about sensory input, brain archival, optical receptors, and filling the blanks? If you could read minds this would be obvious to you right now.  You see, when you are in a receptive state, 2-3 of your brain sections are firing up simultaneously to take in all of the information. For instance, fi you could see and hear me telling you this, your mind would be so busy translating my tone, facial expressions, body languages,em field, and science knows what else passing between us. We're simply overwhelmed. Thats the First Key, the receptive state. This over-exaggerates the priority of the information received if done correctly. With your brain in a flurry, and your eyes and ears busy reading and storing/accessing information, you can take advantage of the natural blindness we instill on ourselves when somethings 'in the corner of your eye'. Using the age old Wizards First Rule, of course. People will believe what they want to believe, or are afraid to believe.

Overwhelming Your Opposition

    So lemme get this straight, Big Daddy Kane, you simply try to get them to pay attention to you more? What, do we just talk about sports and make wild hand motions and eye bulges? No, that would be stupid, save the questions until after the lecture please. Whether we like it or not, we are a slave to what we already have in our brain, and to whats outside of us(so to speak, from a human perspective). That is to say everything we've received up to this point aids in how we react with whats ahead of us, in the same way people crossing at cross walks naturally split into several lanes of one way traffic. You know your doing it, and you 'chose' to do so. The thing is people generally choose the path of least resistance. In fact, most of life tends to dilute its problems down with a stochastic algorithm of meta-heuristics. Meta-Heuristics being what ants do to eventually get the shortest path to food from nest. It's what life likes to do. Throw possibilities, and let the best one stick. Ants accomplish this by randomly choosing a path, leaving a degrading pheromone trail. And then returns straight home. The next ant does a random path, or a variant of the first, and so on. The pheromones fade fastest on longer paths, because they take longer to travel, thus leaving shorter paths with stronger scents every iteration.

So what I want you to to, is stochastic the shit out of their brain. I want you to take advantage of those pesky natural urges to follow the path of least resistance, while taking advantage of the receptive state to feed them further information of heightened importance. And up to this point, they just think they're being polite and listening, or think your actually interesting. It's where that hazy line between free will and predetermined fate lies that makes us all a little uncomfortable to think about. Because in the end, they will have thought to do what you want them to on their own accord.

The Ol' Voice Roll.

But Daddy Kane The voice roll is a paced style with patterns used by hypnotists and revivalists alike. Or lawyers, who are sometimes also hypnotists, when they desire to entrench a point firmly in the minds of the jurors. A voice roll can sound as if the speaker were talking to the beat of a metronome, emphasizing every monotonous word in a patterned style. To maximize this hypnotic effect, practice rolling your words at a smooth 45-60 bpm. The next step is to get them excited or engrossed with your words,this puts them in an altered state of consciousness. It's best done with crowds when somebody else excites the crowd for you, giving your future mind control that much more power. Churches do this often, especially the more lively kind, using the receptive state and a good jar to the front of your skull to induce a 'religious experience. When you've got enough people into that lovely, confusing, receptive alpha wave state, they will usually pass the collection plate or basket. And that's more or less what your going to do, but instead of asking for money, your going to tell him what he wants.

Association of Associates.

Ok, so we got them into the mind control state, how do we tell them what to do? What did I tell you about stupid questions? You can't tell somebody what they're going to do, you always have to make them choose. The traditional media of choice was pain, ridicule, or death in lieu of the other not accepting. But thats all primitive, and they know it's going on. What we want is to stochastically fuck their cortical cornucopia, and sneak away in to the foggy background without a trace like the creepy mind-raping fuck you are..

We accomplish this with association. Simple associations done throughout the conversation, making subtle mentions of what you want him to think.

"Sup Schwinn?" "Huh?" "It's Dutch for best friend, sorry,ive been peddling myself as a Dutchman online. I'm the spokesman for a small company." Oh? What company? "They deal with politics and advertising, they handle... bar-none, the most exclusive clients."

Derren Brown - NLP
The above example is a ridiculously tightly packed NLP statement, so tightly packed it probably wouldn't be very effective. Not so much what the conversation is about, moreso emphasizing key laces with encouraging behaviors."Schwinn" said with a wide smile, and a handshake thrust towards them, "Huh" responded to by shaking their hand and arm with both hands vigorously, acting like you just got great news. "It's dutch for best friend." Your excitement slurring friend to a more 'red' sound., pulling his hand in yours look him in the eye and get a bit more serious "sorry, ive been peddling..." Every shoulder touch, point to your own eye, or an object, every time you hold their hand under yours, or otherwise engage their attention when you want them to listen more.  The receptive state amplified. Amplify, red, Schwinn, wheel, bike, handlebars, and there's a good chance that guy is imagining bikes into his active thoughts.

Pretty simple,right? Well,no, it takes a smooth tongue and a quick mind to capture somebody attention, and an even sharper mind to craft it into something useful. Just keep in mind,in no way did you tell them to do anything, and they could very well do something else. You can remind them that breaking agreements makes them evil, and subtly guilt them Et cetera, etceteros... But people cannot be controlled. However nudging them is much much easier than any of us dare imagine.

I hope you enjoyed the revival post, mates. If you'd like a second part as my next post, or perhaps a post about the mentioned meta heuristics of life, or more info about why our eyes dart when we remember music, or create it, or make or remember images, or digital sound. Throw a comment, leave me some love, check out my affiliates and friend. Read a book. Or preferably, just keep coming back here. I could frankly use the pagehits.