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HOW CAN A PERSON KNOW IF THEY WERE EVER A VICTIM OF MKULTRA OR MONARCH PROGRAMMING?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1160420:MV8xNTE4ODA4XzI1ODgxOTYxX0FGNkUzRDFC] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1473362] Well, another thing is that in a trance you are very suggestible. I think people can fail remember stuff... haven't you ever been talking to someone and they ask if you remember an event. At first you can't, but then they mention something you do remember and the whole event comes back? I don't know exactly what people are getting with hypnosis that is different from that. I have avoided hypnosis. I have just spontaneously remembered things. When they come back, emotions are fresh. These are kind of normal memories even.. so I wouldn't want them all at once. [/quote] Do the think the trama was from what was seen or the methods used to get to that place. [/quote]
What if you have no evidence of such, but there have been strange things happen your entire life?
What about memories that you are not sure if they actually happened or you just dreamed them?
And how would a 30 something yr old adult, know if they were ever abused as a child, but most likely not by parents?
I have many many questions, and absolutely no answers!
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