Satans war is Invisible War and gangstalking is a Invisble war ( psychological and spiritual warfare)

Satans methods and gangstalking are similar to each other. Satan is the obstructor and standing in the middle and trying to break you down by psychological and spiritual warfare.

Satans methods and gangstalking are similar to each other. Satan is the obstructor and standing in the middle and trying to break you down by psychological and spiritual warfare.

They have gangstalking my life for over 6 years now in Sweden. Yesterday they gangstalking when I exercise outdoors, then they have a lot of gangstalking activities outside my apartment, then they using stalking and communication stalking in food stores, neighbors starts making hitting sounds in the floor from above, door-slamming activities, helicopter airstalking in the middle of the night 01.15 and 01.30, sirens and sounds similar to a grasstrimmer during the night. They start early in the morning, through evening and through all night. Today the have going on with same gangstalking; stalking, barking dogs, making hitting sounds on the floor or constant drops things on the floor, they start intense grasstrimmer sound when I post this. Then the neighbor working like a psychopath and drilling something in the floor (slow drilling without drilling is something just a crazy satanic method) the  other neighbor is hammering intense in the wall without nails, and the neighbor let water running for hours without taking a bath, they constant flushing the toilet without using the toilet and a seconds later running heavy on the floor, neighbor are fake coaching for 10. 15 minutes without have any cold. They are living in this reality and creating thos fake reality every day. Satan never sleeps and working 24/7 and gangstalkers are also gangstalked 24/7. How come everything is similar to how Satan is working; because gangstalking is satans politcal hidden ageenda. Satan cannot imprison people physical, but he can ostrasize them and psychologicl isolate them (imprison the mind). And when I ´m writing this another neighbor starts playing drum beats, and just they also flying here with helicopter, and they came back again. It seems this text starts The Swedish cult mentality when so many activities starts at same time

 

 

Cult Indoctrination and todays gangstalking similarities

A cult preys on the weakness of how we adopt a new “reality tunnel”.  In order for a person to adopt a new reality tunnel, there are many manipulative techniques to be used.  First, you need to isolate the individual from their previous environment.  Then you need to become the source of nourishment for that individual.  Second, you need to make the individual believe that you are right, and the others are wrong.  This can be done many ways, but keeping the person’s mind occupied is a big part. 

Cults; A destructive cult uses countless techniques to get its members to stay, commit themselves and take part in what may be harmful activities. The sum of these techniques constitutes what some people call “mind control.” It’s also known as “thought reform,” “brainwashing” and “coercive persuasion,” and it involves the systematic breakdown of a person’s sense of self.

Gangstalking; COERCIVE PERSUASION OR THOUGHT REFORM is best understood as a coordinated system of graduated coercive influence and behavior controls designed to deceptively and surreptitiously manipulate and influence individuals, usually in a group setting, in order for the originators of the program to profit in some way, normally financially or politically. Using rewards and punishments, efforts are made to establish considerable control over a person’s social environment, time, and sources of social support. Social isolation is promoted. Gangstalking and mobbing can be understood as the stressor to beat all stressors. It is an impassioned, collective campaign by co-workers to exclude, punish, and humiliate a targeted worker. Initiated most often by a person in a position of power or influence, mobbing is a desperate urge to crush and eliminate the target.

 

Gangstalking: NOISE CAMPAIGN is an orchestrated effort to produce stress in a victim through prolonged exposure to significant noise levels. A Noise Campaign can range from multiple neighbors routinely playing loud music, individual stalkers with air-horns or fireworks, or organized “repair work” that involves a high level of noise.

Thought reform is an umbrella term for any number of manipulative techniques used to get people to do something they wouldn’t otherwise do. The concept of thought reform itself is a controversial one — some say it’s mere propaganda designed to scare people away from new religions and political movements. But most psychologists believe that cult brainwashing techniques, which are similar to techni­ques used in prisoner interrogation, do change a person’s thought processes. In cult recruiting and indoctrination, these techniques include:

Deception – Cults trick new recruits into joining the group and committing themselves to a cause or lifestyle they don’t fully understand, satan´s tricks and deceiving, and gangstalker using trickery and decpeption. What is the different when they are using same methods? You can compare this with persecution, gangstalking, ostracism or scapegoating – the purpose is the same to stalk, harm, exclude and isolate. Are humans trapped and enslaved and are living in a cult based matrix there  no one is allowed to feel free, to escape or leave without pain, horror or terror.

  • Cults mislead new recruits/members as to the true expectations and activities of the group.
  • Cults may hide any signs of illegal, immoral or hyper-controlling practices until the recruit has fully immersed himself in the group.
  • A cult leader may use members’ altered consciousness, induced by activities like meditation, chanting or drug use, to increase vulnerability to suggestion.

Isolation – Cults cut off members from the outside world (and even each other) to produce intense introspection, confusion, loss of perspective and a distorted sense of reality. The members of the cult become the person’s only social contact and feedback mechanism.

  • Cults may keep new recruits from talking to other new recruits. They may only be allowed to speak with long-committed members for a period of time.
  • Cults may not allow unsupervised contact with the “outside world.” In this way, there is no chance for a “reality check” or validation of a new member’s concerns regarding the group.
  • Cults typically instill the belief that “outsiders” (non-cult members) are dangerous and wrong.

Induced Dependency – Cults demand absolute, unquestioning devotion, loyalty and submission. A cult member’s sense of self is systematically destroyed. Ultimately, feelings of worthlessness and “evil” become associated with independence and critical thinking, and feelings of warmth and love become associated with unquestioning submission.

  • The leader typically controls every minute of a member’s waking time. There is no free time to think or analyze.
  • Members are told what to eat, what to wear, how to feed their children, when to sleep … the member is removed from all decision-making.
  • Any special talents the member has are immediately devalued and criticized in order to confuse the member’s sense of self-worth.
  • Any doubts, assertiveness or remaining ties to the outside world are punished by the group through criticism, guilt and alienation. Questions and doubts are systematically “turned around” so that the doubter feels wrong, worthless, “evil” for questioning. The member is loved again when he renounces those doubts and submits to the will of the leader.
  • The member may be deprived of adequate sustenance and/or sleep so the mind becomes muddled.
  • The leader may randomly alternate praise and love with scorn and punishment to keep the member off-balance and confused and instill immense self-doubt. The leader may offer occasional gifts and special privileges to encourage continued submission.
  • The member may be pressured to publicly confess sins, after which he is viciously ridiculed by the group for being evil and unworthy. He is loved again when he acknowledges that his devotion to the cult is the only thing that will bring him salvation.

Dread – Once complete dependence is established, the member must retain the leader’s good favor or else his life falls apart.

  • The leader may punish doubt or insubordination with physical or emotional trauma.
  • Once all ties to the outside world have been cut, the member feels like his only family is the group, and he has nowhere else to go.
  • Access to necessities depends on the leader’s favor. The member must “behave” or he may not get food, water, social interaction or protection from the outside world.
  • The member may believe that only group members are “saved,” so if he leaves, he will face eternal damnation.

Indoctrination, or thought reform, is a long process that never really ends. Members are continually subjected to these techniques — it’s part of daily life in a cult. Some adjust well to it after a period of time, embracing their new role as “group member” and casting aside their old sense of independence. For others, it’s a perpetually stressful existence. In the next section, we’ll take a look at what it’s like to live within the confines of a destructive cult.

Cult Indoctrination and todays gangstalking similarities

Gangstalking and Cults grow and thrive to the extent that they succeed in destroying their followers confidence in themselves and in their followers own belief systems. Probably the most powerful and intimidating methods used by cult leaders are various types of gaslighting. This destructive process provides the foundation ior the cult leader‘s ability to then control the lives of his followers, to gain acceptance oi the leader’s belief system, and to insure the followers obedience to the leader’s directives.

This first step in destroying or impairing the subjects confidence in themselves, in their belief systems, and in their mental capacities was followed by a stage in which the abused followers submitted themselves to the directives and controls of the cult leaders, many of whom were at the same time their personal therapists (in gangstalking they playing handlers)

Cult followers are gradually shaped and controlled by these techniques to become what Holler (1951) called The True Believer. Cult followers are ignored, punished, or threatened for their opposition to cult leaders and rewarded for their obedience and compliance with the leader. Gaslighting and techniques for publicly shaming errant followers are powerful methods for enforcing obedience to the cult’s rules and compliance with the cult leader.

The cult leadcr’s control over the lives of followers is one of the defining Features of cults (Langone 1993a, Singer 1995). Cults make extensive use of unethically manipulative mind-control and brainwashing methods to accomplish the leaders‘ goals of domi- nating the lives ofthe followers. Cults are totalitarian societies, and they use many ofthe same thought-reform methods as are used in totalitarian nations such as Nazi Germany and Hitler.

The use of state power to suppress religious or political belief and conduct by these several means is itself, implicitly at least, a type of violence; if these groups were to refuse to cooperate with such state-imposed legal action, they would be compelled to submit to it by physical force. Targeted groups may come to feel that their only defense against such forceful suppression of their worldviews would be defensive violence directed against either the state or themselves.

The manipulation of a person’s environment without their control creates a sense of powerlessness by subjecting the person to intense and confusing actions which are intense and often conflict each other. You can understand why this constant form of torture is likely to create anxiety.

Environmental manipulation causes emotional distress and impacts cognitive processes, values, ideas, attitudes, conduct, and ability to reason or make decisions. Changing a person’s environment can also refer to the sudden rejection of their information or opinions, setting permissible topics to discuss, and having strict control over their communication.

Cults grow and thrive to the extent that they succeed in destroying their followers confidence in themselves and in their followers own belief systems. Probably the most powerful and intimidating methods used by cult leaders are various types of gaslighting.

When the The State of Sweden closing down you internet and all your tv-channels and then activate the internet connection again and in the same minute you try to use it they close it down again. This is how they even using streets light in Sweden to gaslighting you. When it´s dark they close down the streets light and when it´s sunshine they have lights on. And same behaviors can be seen when The Swedish people driving with their cars with no lights on or driving around with one broken light in many cars (these car behaviors is symbolizing the Dark Horus single eye and are not same as the third eye)

Government gangstalking in Sweden has many similarities with how cults working

This is how cults works and Sweden works exactly like a cult behavior

Cults grow and thrive to the extent that they succeed in destroying their followers confidence in themselves and in their followers own belief systems. Probably the most powerful and intimidating methods used by cult leaders are various types of gaslighting.

Cults know that if they can control your relationships then they can control you (same in gangstalking)

Gangstalking in Sweden; if they can control your relationships then they can control you, if they can control your access to information they control your life, if they can control your sleep they control your life, time and even you health (when you are lack of sleep and tired)

 

Cults; Those who control the information control the person. In a mind control cult any information from outside the cult is considered evil, especially if it is opposing the cult. Members are told not to read it or believe it.

Gangstalking in Sweden; Changing a person’s environment can also refer to the sudden rejection of their information or opinions, setting permissible topics to discuss, and having strict control over their communication

 Cults also try to cut you off from your friends and family because they hate others being able to influence you (same in gangstalking, no support system)

Gangstalking/isolation and ostracism in Sweden; includes controlling a person’s social activity: who they see, who they talk to, where they go and any other method to limit their access to others. It may also include limiting what material is read

 

Cults; A mind control cult will seek to manoeuvre your life so as to maximize your contact with cult members and minimize your contact with people outside the group, especially those who oppose your involvement.

Gangstalking in Sweden; An important element of psychological control is the isolation of the victim from the outside world

 

Cults: Many pathways have subtle or obvious rules or pressure tactics lo keep members in the fold, in a state of fear, in a state of wickedness, in a state of manipulation of reality and derception. If you declare that you are ready to move on, the institution goes into intense threat-and- survival mode. Leaders tell you that you need to stay in the organization for life or you will be lost or go to hell, they hi-jacking your communication and information channels by closing down your internet and all your tv-channels to try make you even more dependent of them as abusers.

Gangstalking in Sweden; Isolation reduces the opportunity of the abused to be rescued or escape from the abuse. It also helps disorientate the abused and makes the abused more dependent on the abuser. The degree of power and control over the abused is contingent upon the degree of his or her physical or emotional isolation

 

Cults: Mind control cults keep their members so busy with meetings and activities that they become too busy and too tired to think about their involvement.
Gangstalking: Mind control. They feeding your brain with negativity, traumabasing, overwhelming, floodings, pain, terror, sensitizing, stress, fear, anxiety, paranoia activities, and what´s feeding your mind controls your life. They mental garbaging your brain and mind to keep you busy and tired.

 

Cults; Time control also helps the cult keep their members immersed in the manufactured cult environment.
Gangstalking; Time control or sleep deprivation helps the government abuser keep their targeted individual in the manufactured gangstalking surreality enviroment they have created. Gangstalking – controlling people, if they can control your sleep they control your life

Fear is the force that drives a cult
Fear is the force that drives Swedish gangstalking (people in Sweden walking around on the streets and trying fearmongering your life and trying to scare you with sounds around your apartment)

Cults; People in a mind control cult will also hide their true thoughts and feelings, and instead wear a mask which presents them as a perfect cult member. This mask is a defense against being reported to leadership and being punished for not measuring up (cult members never feel like they measure up to the cult’s ideals, and yet often believe the other members around them do, when in reality the others feel the same as them). Hence cult members are trained not only to deceive outsiders, but also to deceive their fellow cult members.
Gangstalking in Sweden; Gangstalking is a masquerade “Wolves in mental sheep´s clothing”. They are dressed as all others, but their evil double-minded and twisted purposes are hidden agendas (hidden masks) to psycological torture, harm, terrorize and traumabase. The walking around here and there and spreading mental poison and mental garbage. They deceiving people, and gaslighting them to make them confused, and manipulate their perception and enviroment. The manipulation of a person’s environment without their control creates a sense of powerlessness by subjecting the person to intense and confusing actions which are intense and often conflict each other. You can understand why this constant form of torture is likely to create anxiety. Environmental manipulation causes emotional distress and impacts cognitive processes, values, ideas, attitudes, conduct, and ability to reason or make decisions. Changing a person’s environment can also refer to the sudden rejection of their information or opinions, setting permissible topics to discuss, and having strict control over their communication.

brainwashing & mind control techniques

Below is a list of the usual brainwashing/mind control techniques used in schools, hospitals, army, religious cults, totalitarian states; with political prisoners and dissidents, mentally insane, some versions of psychoterapy, etc., etc. “Indoctrination” is a more slight and more subliminal form of brainwashing (e.g. commercials). However, these concepts are nothing short of controversial and open to various interpretations, which should be kept in mind while perusing the Web sources below.

I can’t guarantee the information found from some of these pages is totally unprejudiced or scientifically verifiable under skeptical observation. So, it’s up to you to decide whether to believe them or not.

1) HYPNOSIS – Inducing a high state of suggestibility, often thinly disguised as relaxation or meditation.

a. Repetitive Music (most likely with a beat close to the human heart 45 to 72 beats per minute). Most likely used during “study sessions” as the teacher will say the music helps you relax and concentrate better!b. Voice Roll — A “voice roll” is a patterned, paced style used by hypnotists when inducing a trance. It is also used by many lawyers, several of whom are highly trained 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 or it may sound as though he were emphasizing every word in a monotonous, patterned style. The words will usually be delivered at the rate of 45 to 60 beats per minute, maximizing the hypnotic effect.

c. Room “Feel” – The way a room feels is essential to hypnotizing unknowing subjects. It needs special lighting, florescent lights are best because they aren’t too dim, but aren’t too harsh. Also, Room Temp helps a bit, usually a little cooler than normal room temperature. You need to have the unknowing subjects very relaxed, perhaps even close to falling asleep.

2) PEER GROUP PRESSURE – Suppressing doubt and resistance to new ideas by exploiting the need to belong.

3) “LOVE BOMBING” – Creating a sense of family through physical touch, thought & feeling sharing and emotional bonding.

4) REJECTION OF OLD VALUES – Accelerating acceptance of new lifestyle by constantly denouncing former beliefs and values.

5) CONFUSING DOCTRINE – Encouraging blind acceptance and rejection of logic through complex lectures on an incomprehensible doctrine.

6) METACOMMUNICATION – Implanting subliminal messages by stressing certain key words or phrases in long, confusing lectures.

7) REMOVAL OF PRIVACY – Achieving loss of ability to evaluate logically by preventing private contemplation.

8) DISINHIBITION – Encouraging child-like obedience by orchestrating child-like behaviour

9) UNCOMPROMISING RULES – Inducing regression and disorientation by soliciting agreement to seemingly simple rules which regulate mealtimes, bathroom breaks and use of medications.

10) VERBAL ABUSE – Desensitizing through bombardment with foul and abusive language. (Physical abuse, such as torture, is the more extreme form of this.)

11) SLEEP DEPRIVATION AND FATIGUE – Creating disorientation and vulnerability by prolonging mental an physical activity and withholding adequate rest and sleep.

12) DRESS CODES – Removing individuality by demanding conformity to the group dress code.

13) CHANTING OR SINGING – Eliminating non-cult ideas through group repetition of mind-narrowing chants or phrases.

14) CONFESSION – Encouraging the destruction of individual ego through confession of personal weaknesses and innermost feelings of doubt.

15) FINANCIAL COMMITMENT – Achieving increased dependence on the group by ‘burning bridges’ to the past, through the donation of assets.

16) FINGER POINTING – Creating a false sense of righteousness by pointing to the shortcomings of the outside world.

17) ISOLATION – Inducing loss of reality by physical separation from family, friends, society and rational references.

18) CONTROLLED APPROVAL – Maintaining vulnerability and confusion by alternately rewarding and punishing similar actions.

19) CHANGE OF DIET – Creating disorientation and increased susceptibility to emotional arousal by depriving the nervous system of necessary nutrients through the use of special diets and/or fasting. Also applying drugs for these purposes fall in this category.

20) GAMES – Inducing dependence on the group by introducing games with obscure rules.

21) NO QUESTIONS – Accomplishing automatic acceptance of beliefs by discouraging questions.

22) GUILT – Reinforcing the need for ‘salvation’ by exaggerating the sins of the former lifestyles.

23) FEAR – Maintaining loyalty and obedience to the group by threatening soul, life or limb for the slightest ‘negative’ thought, word or deed.