The Swedish Screaming  Shock Doctrine

The benning to this post was a wondering why Swedish children screaming like they where tortured in hell.

Swedish Mk Ultra and Mind control


Mk Ultra and gangstalking  is a form of created ”mental loop”, psychologically speaking, refers you a person getting stuck in a certain line of thought (keep you in this state of mind). The goal is to break down the person to depression and create overwhelming anxiety, long term stress, panic attacks, TO TRAUMA BASE the targeted one. The main goal of gang stalking is to influence the life of the victim and to condition it, in order to destroy it. The primary important factor for the trauma-based mind-control is the ability to disassociate, and to create chaos and trauma-base in the brain functions. Mk Ultra screaming effect – to exposed the targeted with massive psychological and psysical trauma, in order to cause the psyche to shatter into thousend alter personalities the programmer whishes to ”install”. They using trauma-base techniques to create overwhelming stress reactions. They making a realism and twisted it into a surrealistic world, with no end and you are trapped in this matrix, and there flashing/brighting light  can activate meomories like you are trapped in a burning building witho no escape way available out of this burning building. And they want you too be helpless and feel helplessness to create the state of mind of depression (learned helpnessless). Overwheling with emotional stress as noise harassment inducing the sudden formation of suggestible mental state.

Mind control always involves fear. Induce a sufficient level of fear into an individual, and the traumatised persin will accpet any help that is suggested by a confident amnipulator. That´s how it´s done on a macro-polical and individual level. Trauma-based mind control is prbably much older than the Nazi period in Germany, but is widely believed that the Nazis brought this ancient art of evil to a new scientific level. Driven by pervred minds like that of Dr Mengele.

One common thing for Gangstalking is isolation and  take away all support system. Gangstalking, noise harassment means a lot hitten noise. A sudden noise or loss of physical support can induce an innate fear reaction, and restraint of bodily movements triggers rage.


He considered that there were only three types of unlearned emotional responses, which he called “fear,” “rage,” and “love” for convenience, although he wanted to “[…] strip them out of all their old connotations.”10 These three emotional responses can be elicited by three sets of specific stimuli. Thus, a sudden noise or loss of physical support can induce an innate fear reaction, and restraint of bodily movements triggers rage. He also mentioned the fact that these emotional responses can be conditioned and that, although these reactions are usually accompanied by specific behaviors,


Emotions are “intimately linked with organic life,” he said, and either result in an “abnormal excitation of the nervous network,” which induces changes in heart rate and secretions, or interrupt “the normal relationship between the peripheral nervous system and the brain.” Cerebral activity is focused on the source of the emotion; voluntary muscles may become paralyzed and sensory perceptions may be altered, including the feeling of physical pain.


The biology of fear and anxiety

Fear versus anxiety: is there a difference?

The main function of fear and anxiety is to act as a signal of danger, threat, or motivational conflict, and to trigger appropriate adaptive responses. For some authors, fear and anxiety are undistinguishable, whereas others believe that they are distinct phenomena.

Ethologists define fear as a motivational state aroused by specific stimuli that give rise to defensive behavior or escape.  Animals may learn to fear situations in which they have previously been exposed to pain or stress, and subsequently show avoidance behavior when they reencounter that situation.

Many authors, however, have argued that differences in their etiologies, response patterns, time courses, and intensities seem to justify a clear distinction between anxiety and fear.15 Although both are alerting signals, they appear to prepare the body for different actions. Anxiety is a generalized response to an unknown threat or internal conflict, whereas fear is focused on known external danger.15 It has been suggested that “[…] anxiety can only be understood by taking into account some of its cognitive aspects, particularly because a basic aspect of anxiety appears to be uncertainty.

The fact that anxiety and fear are probably distinct emotional states docs not exclude some overlap in underlying brain and behavioral mechanisms. In fact, anxiety may just be a more elaborate form of fear, which provides the individual with an increased capacity to adapt and plan for the future.

Defense and coping strategies

Fear or anxiety result in the expression of a range of adaptive or defensive behaviors, which are aimed at escaping from the source of danger or motivational conflict.

Passive coping strategies, such as immobilization or freezing, are usually elicited when threat is inescapable, and are usually characterized by autonomic inhibition (hypotension, bradychardia), and a more pronounced increase in the neuroendocrine response (activation of the hypothalamopituitary-adrenal axis and increased glucocorticoid secretion).

Anxiety is associated with the “alarm reaction,” as defined in Selye’s original description of the stress response.

The amygdala and fear conditioning

The amygdala plays a pivotal role in coordinating the behavioral, neuroendocrine, and prefrontal cortical monoamine responses to psychological stress in rats. In a fear-conditioning paradigm, pretraining amygdala lesions blocked freezing behavior, ultrasonic vocalizations

Loud noises, sudden movements, and fast changes can induce fear and even if you get very short of time is also a creation of stress

Gangstalking include noise harassment, sudden and hard hitting or bangs in floor/walls, firecrackers, fast moving objects combine with noise (motorcycles, cars, honking hornes, movers, power tools, creation on senstitive, stress, standing close you stalking, running behind you to catch up to something, running around corners, creation on paranoia can create a higher level on fear, to make you feel unsecure is another to create more fear when you feel unprotected, and one more thing is when you have no support system you feel you are alone against all these crazy and evil gangstalkers…


1 Corinthians 10:13


No temptation[a] has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted[b] beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted,[c] he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it.

Electromagnetic mind control technologies are weapons which use electromagnetic waves to hijack a person’s brain and nervous system and subvert an individual’s sense of control over their own thinking, behavior, emotions or decision making.


Why screams are so scary

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Whether it comes from your TV or a deserted alleyway, there is no mistaking a scream of terror. Now, scientists have discovered one reason a fearful scream is so effective at making our hair stand on end: It has auditory qualities that no other human vocalization shares. These unique properties may explain how our brains recognize and react to a scream so quickly, and could inform the generation of new alarm systems.

To scrutinize the qualities of humanmade noises, from everyday conversation or public speeches to operas, scientists have typically relied on a few conventional ways of visualizing the sounds. They can graph the pressure of soundwaves, or they can plot the frequencies of these soundwaves over time. But the only thing these approaches reveal about screams is that they are louder and higher pitched than normal speech,

The scientists applied the analysis to both normal speech and screams of fear or terror collected from movies, YouTube videos, and volunteers in the lab.


“It turns out that screams occupy a part of the soundscape that had previously been assumed to be irrelevant to human communication,” Poeppel says. So why are screams so scary? The group asked volunteers to listen to a variety of the terror screams and sentences, some modulated to be more or less rough than usual. The rougher the sound—or the larger the variation in volume within a scream—the more fearful-sounding the volunteers ranked it,

Car alarms, honking horns is common in gangstalking and Sweden using children to scream hysterical (for hours every day) as they living or reacting on terror and torture situation. ”In a series of experiments, we saw [that] this observation remained true when we compared screaming to singing and speaking, even across different languages. The only exception — and what was peculiar and cool — is that alarm signals [like car alarms] also activate the range set aside for screams.”

Mk Ultra screaming effect – to exposed the targeted with massive psychological and psysical trauma, in order to cause the psyche to shatter into thousend alter personalities the programmer whishes to ”install”. They using trauma-base techniques.

Alarmmakers, Poeppel says, may have already discovered this fast path into the brain. House and car alarms.

At the surface all things look normal in Sweden……..but in fact a lot reminds me a lot

Of the movie I just saw A Cure of Wellness – The Sickness in ‘A Cure for Wellness’

Why are todays society using firerockets/firecrackers as shock or noise harassment and to create

Why are swedish children walking around and screaming hysterical with suddenly yelling pitching high like they warming up for a opera song contest……..

Noise is harassment

Noise is also a method to INDUCE FEAR . THE SHOCK EFFECT

Why swedes Children screams hysterical like they are tortured, livining in acute terror and screaming to expressive this.

Why are The State of Sweden and gangstalkers walking around and try to induce fear by noise harassment, hitting sounds, fake dog an humans attacks to try scare you, using children  to scream hysterical like they where in huge pain, danger, having panic attacks, shock, or are tortured….

Screams, however, don’t seem to follow that route. Instead, the team discovered that screams are sent from the ear to the amygdala, the brain’s fear processing warehouse, says Poeppel.

”In brain imaging parts of the experiment, screams activate the fear circuitry of the brain,” he says. ”The amygdala is a nucleus in the brain especially sensitive to information about fear.” That means screams are inherently considered not just sound but a trigger for heightened awareness.

But a new study suggests this response may have something to do with the acoustic quality of human screams, and how they trigger the brain’s fear response.

Now at the University of Geneva, this has something to do with a unique property of sound, called roughness, that activates the brain’s fear circuitry within the amygdala.

“Everyone is familiar with those lights that flash super fast in clubs for instance. Screams could be defined as strobophones, since they are modulating super fast in an analogous way in the auditory domain.”

16 participants listened to sounds of various degrees of roughness. The researchers used three different categories of sounds that were either neutral or unpleasant, namely: human vocalizations (normal voices and screams); artificial sounds (like instruments and alarms); and musical intervals (both consonant and dissonant sounds). The researchers then identified brain regions involved in processing unpleasantness by comparing responses to unpleasant sounds against responses to neutral sounds.

Results showed that unpleasant sounds induced larger hemodynamic responses, i.e. the rate of blood flow, in the bilateral anterior amygdala and primary auditory cortices.

Their results suggest that rough sounds specifically target neural circuits involved in fear/danger processing. This is the first direct evidence in support of the idea that roughness is an acoustic attribute that triggers adapted reactions to danger.


From these screams, Poeppel and his team mapped ”roughness,” an acoustic description for how fast a sound changes in loudness. While normal speech modulates between 4 and 5 Hz in sound variation, screams spike between 30 and 150 Hz. The higher the sound variation, the more terrifying the scream is perceived.

That huge variation in scream roughness is a clue to how our brains process danger sounds, Poeppel says. Screaming serves not only to convey danger but also to induce fear in the listener and heighten awareness for both screamer and listener to respond to their environment.

Startle response

In animals, including humans, the startle response is a largely unconscious defensive response to sudden or threatening stimuli, such as sudden noise or sharp movement, and is associated with negative affect.[1] Usually the onset of the startle response is a startle reflex reaction. The startle reflex is a brainstem reflectory reaction (reflex) that serves to protect vulnerable parts, such as the back of the neck (whole-body startle) and the eyes (eyeblink) and facilitates escape from sudden stimuli. It is found across the lifespan of many species. An individual’s emotional state may lead to a variety of responses.[2] The startle response is implicated in the formation of specific phobias.



The acoustic startle reflex is thought to be caused by an auditory stimulus greater than 80 decibels

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90% of the experience of anxiety is physical.


  1. The emotional brain
  2. The Amygdala
  3. AMYGDALA FACTS: When the threats aren’t real
  4. The real reason for anxiety
  5. Your amygala. Your anxiety. Your distortions.
  6. Amygdala Re-training
  7. summary: ”GAARP”

When you exasperatedly claim ”I FEEL so scared”, you’re not kidding. Sometimes, the feeling of anxiety is just about all there is to anxiety.

The physical symptoms can be downright unbearable. As an HSP, you are even more likely to “feel the symptoms” because of greater sensory sensitivity.


The amygdala is not just in the emotional brain. It is deeeeeeep inside it. Meaning? It is operating unconsciously. You cannot control its immediate, instinctive, automatic reactions because they happen much before your consciousness kicks in.

Hysteria is a Normal Effect of Anxiety

Hysteria is not a medical term. It’s a term used to describe people whose emotions have caused them to lose control in some way. Often the idea of ”hysteria” is that the emotions are so powerful that they become overwhelming, often – although not always – more than they should in any given situation.

Under this definition, many things can lead to a feeling of hysteria. Anxiety disorders absolutely lead to hysteria, and although they are not often thought of as ”true” hysteria, they absolutely cause overwhelming emotions that can cause you significant distress, embarrassment, and fear.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

PTSD can often lead to hysteria. PTSD often has triggers, where if the person experiences some type of event (like a loud noise), they start immediately reliving the trauma, and that can overwhelm them with negative emotions despite no actual danger taking place.

Panic Disorder

When someone’s in the process of experiencing a panic attack, it may be argued that they’re hysterical, because panic attacks themselves are an emotionally overwhelming response. Panic attacks occur when a person responds to a change in their body (however small) and feel like they’re suffering from a heart attack, often with accompanying symptoms.

You freeze, your heart feels like it might beat out of your chest, your legs shake, and the hair on the back of your neck stands on end.

It’s a familiar feeling that can be triggered by anything from a scary movie to someone jumping out and yelling ”Boo!” But why does the body react this way when we get scared?

Fear starts with a trigger. When something frightening happens, like someone jumping out at you in a haunted house, that’s a stimulus that signals to your brain that you might be in danger.

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Whether the stimulus is touch, sight, or sound, the scary signal quickly reaches the thalamus at the center of the brain and travels down to the amygdala, at the base of the brain.

From here a neurotransmitter called glutamate then carries the signal even deeper into the brain, Abigail Marsh, a psychology researcher at Georgetown University, said in BytesizeScience video. This causes us to freeze or involuntarily jump — the ”fight-or-flight” response.

These two reactions are automatic and involuntary because the deep brain is ancient in terms of evolution, according to Marsh, and we have little control over it. The reason is because a fight-or-flight response unleashes powerful hormones that affect the entire body.

When frightened, your body floods with the hormone adrenaline. This skyrockets your heart rate and blood pressure,

An alter can be accessed by anyone who knows the ”codes” or ”triggers”.
These triggers, which induce an altered or trance state in a programmed
victim, can be anything including telephone tones, nursery rhymes,
dialogue from certain movies or hand signals.


Therapist Dr M. Scott Peck, author of The People of the Lie, writes:
”…at one point I defined evil as ‘the exercise of political power that
is the imposition of one’s will upon others by overt or covert coercion
in order to avoid…spiritual growth'”.

Satanic imperialism continues unabated, and
the battle for planet Earth moves to the next stage.


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