Jack Ellis: Beyond Mind Control
Jack Ellis: Beyond Mind Control
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Genre: Persuasion, Hypnosis, Mind Control | Also included: 3 PDF’s | Language: English
This Amazing Course Shows You How To Model Their Techniques – And How To Make Them Your Own! If You Study One Persuasion Method This Decade, This Should Be It!”. “Beyond Mind Control” is a comprehensive study of cult leaders and their persuasion tactics. Four of the most infamous cult leaders were chosen to have their words dissected and broken down into micro-chunks. While reading the workbook and participating in the exercises, you’ll learn mind manipulation methods you never knew existed.
Beyond Mind Control is divided into 4 sections, first 3 ones are provided here :
Section 1 – Charles Manson
“Charlie’s real cosmic, man. He’s deep.” – Dennis Wilson, musician, “The Beach Boys”
“Charles Manson, the Mephistophelean guru who raped and bastardised the minds of all those who gave themselves so totally to him…” – Vincent Bugliosi, prosecutor at Manson trial
“He’s a charming guy, he really had a charisma.” – Gary Stromberg, author and acquaintance of Charles Manson
Charles Manson led what became known as the Manson Family, a hippie commune that arose in California in the late 1960s. He was convicted of conspiracy to commit the Tate/LaBianca murders, carried out by members of the group at his instruction. He was found guilty of the murders themselves through the joint-responsibility rule.
What you probably don’t know about Manson is the fact that he’s an absolute master of persuasion! Very seldom will media outlets play his interviews uncut, they always edit them and insert their own “commentary.”
In this rare interview Manson is at his cantankerous best, dishing out pattern interrupts and confusing the interviewer at every possible opportunity.
Section 2 – Reverend Jim Jones
“Jim Jones was a smooth talker who understood the subtle ways of human weakness.” – Stephen Hunter, Washington Post Staff Writer
“…he had tremendous ability to express emotions.” – author Micha Popper, “Hypnotic leadership: leaders, followers, and the loss of self”
“Jonestown may have been a mind-control experiment…” Joseph Holsinger, congressional aide to Leo Ryan (who was murdered at Jonestown)
Jim Jones was the founder and leader of the Peoples Temple, which is best known for the November 18, 1978 mass suicide of more than 900 Temple members in Jonestown, Guyana along with the deaths of nine other people at a nearby airstrip and in Georgetown. Jones had the persuasion power to build a following of over 1000 people, and even had held court (and had his photograph taken) with First Lady, Rosalynn Carter.
Section 3 – Marshall Applewhite
“Common rituals and a common sense of purpose were the supposed passports to paradise…” – Frank Bruni, New York Times writer
The second time I sat with King Do (Marshall Applewhite), I felt absolutely there was no lie in him, that there was truth and goodness beyond anything I’ve ever seen.” – former female member of the “Heaven’s Gate” cult
“Applewhite himself compared the obedience of a ‘good’ religious disciple to that of a ‘good’ dog.” – Herman de Tollenaere, religious writer
Marshall Applewhite, later known as Do, was the leader of the Heaven’s Gate group. He convinced 39 other people to commit suicide with him and “evolve to a higher level.”
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