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    L. Ron Hubbard, hypnotist

    I liken MU fog to fog by means of hypnotic suggestion or even physical fatigue, it's the same end result - shut down consciousness with a theoretical increase in subconscious activity. Maybe why they run people into a state of pure exhaustion around a pole on the RPF, to make them malleable...
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    L. Ron Hubbard, hypnotist

    Then you've apparently never been hypnotized as you operate always at full cognizant' s. I'm not there by any means.
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    L. Ron Hubbard, hypnotist

    Thanks, that was just the beginning of the long "good morning Madame McGlyn" suckup we had to perform with additional lines thrown in as the semester went along. To a Frenchman it may sound like a roomful of French language savants, till he checked our comprehension. Lots of eyes glazed...
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    L. Ron Hubbard, hypnotist

    "You're getting sleepy, you're getting sleepy". Hypnotized feels like sleepy!!! Have you ever felt suddenly, puzzlingly & mysteriously sleepy during your Scientology? Then I would explore that.
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    L. Ron Hubbard, hypnotist

    Not to imply you because I'm no self professed expert on someone I'm never met in person but I would have to say that many were body routed in at full effect and as "pre-hypnotized" subjects. Pre-hypnotized by heavy drug abuse, other assorted brain damaging events like motorcycle accidents etc...
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    L. Ron Hubbard, hypnotist

    Hypnotism doesn't work on everyone hypnotists have universally found. So I'd have to take your word for it that you were not. Hypnotism only takes me part ways to the EP of being hypnotized during which time I'm been able to measure it's effect on the gradient of it's occurrence. In fact I've...
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    L. Ron Hubbard, hypnotist

    Yeah, anything that puts you in a fuzzy la la land, whether that be hypnotic commands, shiny disks going left to right, left to right etc., or an overwhelming avalanche of unfamiliar words, jargon, concepts etc. can put one into a suggestible state where commands take hold and repeat back on...
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    L. Ron Hubbard, hypnotist

    I believe that a writers repetitive and unnecessary use of terminology that the reader has little to no chance of familiarity with does induce aneten which is a precursor to hypnotism. After all, how many people carry a dictionary around when they decide to read a paperback? Plus Blubbard...
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