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 Post subject: Memory
PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2007 7:29 am 
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You hear about people who undergo hypnosis and relive a previous life, but what about someone who relives their life in their mothers womb.

No ears have yet developed so they cannot hear audible sounds through their ears, yet they have a complete memory of everything their mother said and everything everyone else said to their mother during the pregnancy.

Impossible you say............not only is it possible but it is part of the reality we all share.

Memories are not some sounds and sights stored in the brain........you must access the past in order to remember anything and as the past does not involve linear durations of time no linear time is involved.

The past regardless of how far back is as close as the present in relation to the physical reality of life.

Electrical shock treatments or electrical interference can block memory but it cannot erase memory or the events of the past. They remain accessible even though they may be temporarily blocked.

Every tiny detail remains intact and secure and of course accessible...........regardless of the complexity of the situation or the technical content.

You might not understand a single word of it, but if you have heard it by way of an audible sound or as a physical experience you have a complete memory of it.

This is the point where false memory syndrome enters the picture because the false memory group was initially funded by the CIA to counter this little known fact.

During the 40s and 50s no one suspected that blocked memory could be recovered in its entirety, so by the time they figured this one out it was too late to go back and round up all the people who had been subjected to mind control and other crimes against humanity. There were simply too many of them.

So false memory syndrome is a fraudulent attempt to discredit genuine memory in the form of field access.

False memory syndrome is a defense ploy to negate criminal prosecution and for the most part it has been very successful.

My favorite is the gal who underwent past life regression and recovered the loot from a bank robbery. She recovered the money she had stolen from a bank in a previous life and got to spend it in this life.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2007 3:02 pm 
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I had posted under the Lincoln Park thread about that mind control manipulation. There is certainly a case to be made for breaking a personality down quite systematically, and replacing it with more than one set of memories. Not only that, but each set of memories are for a different purpose, and can be retreived for a specific purpose many years after the fact.

It is convenient that because it is a 'memory' it is subject to all the variables of memory that has [u]not[/u] been purposely manipulated.

Further, if this is still going on today, we have a lot of loaded bullets that could go off at any time, and even the subject is not aware.

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 Post subject: Re: [Timbit] Memory
PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 2:36 am 
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One point I want to make is in regard to the idea that childhood memories are subject to interpretation and misconceptions etc.

This is true of anyone, but that is something quite different from what I am talking about.

If you read Lynne Mctaggart's book the field, you will get a handle on the field concept, because memory...the actual events are a part of the field which is as physical as actual matter. So you can actually go back to the actual time when an event occurred and relive it or live it consciously for the first time.

In terms of trauma driven mind control the subject is not consciously aware of the trauma or the experience, which is why it can stay buried for so many years, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and more without the subject having a conscious clue that there is another portion of their life that is buried.

This buried memory can be recovered in its entirety, blow by blow, word for word etc. etc.

Of course this can cause the subject to be consciously traumatized by the experience as they will or were experiencing it for the first time on a conscious or partly conscious level.

There is also the danger that they will simply be re traumatized and not remember what they have just experienced in the form of memory access even though they were not subject to hypnosis by the doctor providing their recovery treatment.

Mind control subjects spend much of their lives in a waking hypnotic state and are easily hypnotized, sometimes in a matter of seconds. So they can easily be placed in a hypnotic state inadvertently without anyone even being aware of the fact.

It takes a very good therapist to pick up on the shifts from one state to another, which can involved multiple states in a matter of a few minutes.

On top of this some subjects can lose their ability to talk, see or hear, which some people (doctors) have a hard time wrapping their minds around, but they are not playing games.....if they are blind they are really blind and this can last for a few minutes of for many hours.

Another gem is loss of talents.....say someone is an artist for example.....they are only an artist in the right state......otherwise they don't know one end of a paint brush from the other. And this inconvenience can cover a lot of ground and a lot of subjects. Like cooking, sewing, reading, writing, math etc.

But we are getting away from the basic idea of memory, but all of this involves memory and different states of remembering memory.

Memory can be manipulated in a variety of different ways, such as a 40 year old suddenly reverting to a 3 year old. Not much fun at all. But this is part and parcel of the mind control programming.
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 Post subject: Re: Memory
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2012 3:51 pm 
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have good memory power but not in studies...

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