chapter  Fifteen
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Mind control: simple to complex

ByEllen P. Lacter

This chapter outlines various forms of mind control, beginning with thought reform that is registered consciously, with memory, then moving on to the most covert forms of mind control, in which the individual has no memory of the installation and is controlled beyond conscious awareness. At the most basic level, terrified submission is used to control behaviour. Much trauma-based mind-control programming is significantly more complex, more technological in its methods of installation, and utilizes the individual's dissociated ego-states to effect greater layering of psychological effects. Complex mind control is designed to override a victim's free will, to force victims to follow commands and perform actions that are in clear violation of their moral principles and spiritual convictions, generally without conscious awareness. Once released from program controls, affected personalities can leave the sites of their trauma and program structures, go to a healing or safe place in the inner world, and/or gain co-consciousness with the host or integrate with the host.