How Does Mind Control Work

What Does it Take for Mind Control to Work

A work in progress: Asking & Research the question “How Does Mind Control Work”

Mind Control:(in regards to this question) Manipulating someone or a group of people against their will.

Question to start with:
Where does mind control start?
What does it take to manipulate a person?
Why do people manipulate people?
Is mind control really a simple process or is it a complex process?
Is mind control physical or mental is it both?
How does one get someone to blow them-self up?
How does a group of people not fight back from mind control?
Is fear the biggest emotion in mind control?
What is fear?
Is mind control from abusive relationships the same as mass mind control? Is the process the same?
What do other cultures and countries have published on the subject?
What are the Tools of Mind Control?

This is a big question overall and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly but getting answers to these kinds of questions may lead to a very deep rabbit hole.  Another question to ask is, who cares and where do I start?

Researching information today is awesome with the power of being able to connect with like “minded”  people who are asking the same questions. What information is credible?  Citing sources, checking facts and just getting answers isn’t a one day process.  Take a bite and dig in.

Links and Keywords of Research:


Work in Progress.


What Do People Who Are Deaf Hear in Their Head

On a Rainy Sunday Afternoon

A friend and I were hanging out and a thought pop in my head.  “Can someone who is deaf “hear” an inner monolog”.  That brought up a few questions by my friend, well more or less  different circumstances listed here.

  • A person who is deaf from birth.

-Does this person have an inner monologue and do they “hear it” or does the brain develop pictures of sign language, or just images for that matter?

  • A person who was able to hear as a kid but became deaf at a young age.

-Does this person “hear” an inner monologue and if so, is it only the voice their brain knows at the time they became deaf?


Time for a few searches into the googlesphere and med site.  Turns out I’m not the only one who is asking this question, which is  good thing.

Site with the same question:



Alex Jones Nascent Iodine

If you ever listen to Alex Jones radio talk show you may have herd him talk about the Nacent Idodine he started selling at  One of the famous things he says on his talk so all the time is “On Record”, everything he talks about is “On Record”,  but he hardly references them for the listeners to further research on their own.  So if you’re looking into researching Iodine and it’s health benefits you’ll want to get advanced with it.

Search only .gov sites, because even as Alex Jones has stated, the research isn’t new, the health benefits have been long known but the market place is that of scarcity when it comes to quality products.

Here are few links I’ve found related to Potassium  Iodide (KI):…/Guidances/ucm080542.pdf

Advanced Searching:


Include and Exclude Phrases and Top Level Domains


What to Research

Depleted Uranium
Nuclear Power Plant Site white papers.

Keywords: Nuclear (state), (City) .mil .org

Depleted uranium is extremely toxic and shall be

worked only under a license from the Nuclear Regu-
latory Agency (NRA). Machining or other work,
such as surface sanding, may be done only by the
licensee. No drilling, sanding, abrasive blasting, or
other mechanical work is permitted on depleted
uranium by any field level (organizational or inter-
mediate) maintenance activity. If the protective fin-
ish (plating) which covers the depleted uranium is
chipped, peeled, or otherwise removed so the dark
gray or black uranium oxide is visible, the part must
be returned to the licensee for rework or disposal.
Packaging and shipping procedures shall conform
to AFI 40-201 and any other related current regula-
tions for handling radioactive materials.”

Break Into Better Communication

How Can Better Communication Skill Improve Your Daily Routine

One day I walked into the office I was working at and I said, “I want to learn sales”, this was around early 2009.  Once I communicated this out loud it became stuck in my mind.  And that is where I started my search on professional sales training.  I’m creating a reference list of the training materials I’ve studied and continue to study to this day. Starting with one person who has played a big role in assisting me really improve my communication skills.

The training I’ve had in the world of sales has spanned the rage from down right manipulation to solid negotiation where all parties benefit far greater than they could without the deal at hand.  What is good salesmanship? What really makes all parts of the business transaction a good deal for everybody involved.  This is a good starting point, good salesmanship is also being able to answer objections before they come up.  This part is key in learning and is really the root of the communication process.  Because like me and you we want the best for us when we buy things or even barter.  The person who has what we want also want a good deal to.  It’s both parties job to understand and compromise/justify the transaction.

The key element I’ve always used when it comes to selling is never leave a detail out and I like to state price upfront because price seems to be the biggest objection for most people and this can save you a lot of time.  Ensuring you’re only talking to people who are really interested in your product or service.  Learning how to communicate in your own way takes time and practice.  The number one thing I’ve learned in the world of sales is each person has their own way of using the tools of the trade.  The fundamentals are just that, the underlying reason you will become successful in your sales profession is because you’ll learn and understand at a conscious level, also known as being in the moment.

Communication University

The person who I’ve learned a great deal about personal and business communication was introduced to me through someone who was also after the same goals.  About a year after I stated I am going to learn sales and what professional selling is and isn’t I was introduced to Jeffery Combs, and  for the past 3 years and to this day I’ve been a student of  Jeffery’s coaching/lessons in the world of communication.  Why am I telling you this? Why are you asking? I’d just like to say that if you’re seeking to become a master communicator this could be a good place to start.  For me, the training in Jeffery’s Physiology of Asking series was all I listen to in my car and practice to this day, but now it’s pretty much second nature in my daily life.

Jeffery Combs Richard Kaulfers

Jeffery and Richard


I’ll say right now when I started using these tools and lesson it was awaking in seeing how disconnected most of us really are in  the daily life of 9 to 5.  Most of us are operating on auto pilot and not really living in the moment.  Which is pretty much the key aspect of being a master communicator.  Example: How many times a week do you hear these phrases, “I’m not good with names, can you repeat that, did I really say that, what is today’s date?” And many more phrases we say subconsciously to validate and justify our disconnected of the moment.

Which Of Jeffery’s Training Do I Recommend

All of it, the entire library.

CDs On a Shelf

Jeffery Comb’s Training


Here is a phrase you can start using today to get on the path to better communication.

When someone you’re talking with say “I don’t know”, your just response should be without hesitation, “If you did know what would you say?”  Practice that and you’ll be surprised on how many people are just unsure of what they want to say and you just gave them permission to say it.


If Only I had a Tool For That

So I’m in the process of writing this great help travel tutorial for what it’s like to live in Utah just about 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City.  But all the while in my mind I’m  thinking the article is missing something.  There has to be more than words to this piece of content.  Than it hit’s me.  I’ll add images to the article, I’ve always got a camera with me, there are 4 of them in an arms reach of me writing this right now.  And I just spent the last 2 hours organizing video and picture files going three years back because I just upgraded my hard drives and well it’s like spring cleaning when that happens.

Now I’m going to add a few pictures to this travel tips and things to do post I’ve got going.  But with the internet today each content system has their own way of handling media.  Now the only way I could add images to the post was by what is called “hot linking” them from a web url.  So what I would have to do is upload them to the albums folder, right click on the file and select “copy url”.  Go back to the post and link in the image.  Okay cool that isn’t a big deal.  Now that is when I remembered.

Image Locker!

Yes I have a tool called Image Lock and in this tool are some simple editing tools.  Things I would normally use Photoshop for like, size adjustment, some simple color tweaks, cropping, and even flip it if I have to.  So I fired up this tool from and uploaded several of the photos I pulled off of some old phone picture back-ups.  Which look great for being phone pictures what a world we live in.  A phone that takes professional looking photos.

After about 10 minutes of clicking around this tool I was able to edit the photos and link them to the post.  There I was just going all out thinking this is great now I have my own supporting pictures to go along with the post only to be stopped by, get this.  The site only allows 4 images to be included in a post.  I had about 7 sections I wanted to put pictures in.  I guess I can do it here but it was so relevant for the site.

What is

It’s a set of tools for organizing content and using apps to promote your stuff or business stuff if you’d like.  Pretty cool setup. Here is a video I made of me playing in the Image Locker.


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