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Inducing Psychosis

This section is meant to describe and connect


the condition known as psychosis to the notion of mucker.
The real goal is to convince the readers of this section that it is possible
for people to induce psychosis in others in such a way
that they are driven either to kill themselves or others.

Hitler with his propagandistic schemes may have induced an entire nation
into a psychotic state where they found themselves doing things
that they would not have thought themselves capable of doing.

The Rwandan genocide was also caused by propagandistic schemes


which induced mass paranoia and possibly mass psychosis.

The real definition of a mucker is that of a vulgar, ill-bred person;


one who often does or says the wrong thing.

No friend of mine induces psychosis in others.


John F Brunner, "Stand on Zanzibar".

The first section describes what psychosis is. The second section details how one can be induced into a psychotic state.

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What is Psychosis ?
A general term referring to any significant mental disorder that has a physical or emotional source; characterized by a loss of contact with reality.

Causes, Incidence, and Risk factors

Psychosis is a severe mental condition characterized by a loss of contact with reality. Neurosis is a similar condition but milder. A neurotic person
knows he or she is ill, whereas a psychotic person usually does not realize that he or she cannot think, perceive, or judge clearly. Psychosis is what
is commonly thought of as "madness" or "crazy" behavior.

Psychotic illnesses have a physical or emotional cause. They include such disorders as:

Alcoholic psychosis
Bipolar disorder
Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome
Affective disorder
Paranoia
Schizophrenia

Symptoms

Loss of touch with reality


Distorted view of life
Thought disorders
Emotion is exhibited in an abnormal manner (changes in affect)
Extreme excitement (mania)
Confusion
Depression
Excitement
Fear
Mistaken beliefs (illusions)
False beliefs (delusions)
Seeing, hearing, or otherwise perceiving things that are not there (hallucinations)

Signs and Tests

Psychological evaluation and testing helps to pinpoint the exact diagnosis related to the psychosis. Laboratory or radiological testing is usually not
helpful. However, sometime such tests can help to pinpoint the exact diagnosis. This may include:

CT scan of the brain


MRI of the brain
PET scan
Manic-depressive disorder
Senile dementia/Alzheimer type

Treatment

Treatment varies depending on the cause of the psychosis. Care in a hospital is often needed. Drugs that affect mental functioning or behavior,
called psychotropic drugs or antipsychotic drugs, are sometimes helpful. Psychotherapy is helpful for some psychotic disorders.

Prevention

Prevention depends on the cause. For example, minimizing alcohol use avoids alcoholic psychosis. Some causes, such as schizophrenia, have no
known prevention.

Inducing Psychosis
For a person to induce psychosis into someone else, he or she must first drive that person into a paranoid state where psychosis is triggered when
the paranoia starts feeding on itself. Psychosis can be induced in several different ways:

Drugs,
Illness, or
Conditioning or Behaviour Modifications (B.F.Skinner)

Cocaine-induced paranoia and psychosis proneness

Several drugs are reputed to be able to induce psychosis, the most commonly known is Cocaine. Below is an abstract of a paper describing the
effects of cocaine on a group of regular users.

SL Satel and WS Edell, Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Conn.

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to determine whether individuals who experience transient cocaine-induced paranoia are
vulnerable to psychosis.

METHOD: The subjects were 20 cocaine-dependent men who had been using more than 5 g of cocaine per week and were undergoing
substance abuse treatment; half reported binge-limited cocaine-induced paranoia. The men were assessed with the Perceptual Aberration
Scale and the Magical Ideation Scale, self-report measures of symptoms thought to precede the development of functional psychosis.

RESULTS: The combined scores on the Perceptual Aberration Scale and Magical Ideation Scale were strongly correlated with a history of
cocaine- induced paranoia. The sensitivity, specificity, and positive and negative predictive power were 80.0%, 90.0%, 88.9%, and 81.8%,
respectively.

CONCLUSIONS: Heavy cocaine users who experience transient paranoia while intoxicated may be at higher risk for development of
psychosis than cocaine users who do not experience paranoia.

Illness

Illness can also induce psychosis, especially fever and all its related diseases, which can provoke delirium, hallucinations, etc.

Conditioning

Conditioning induced paranoia comes in many forms. It can be through the use of propaganda, hypnosis, verbal conditioning or suggestion. In
order to be successful at inducing psychosis in someone, one must know which behaviour of the subject one must target.

In a group setting (cult, clan, tribe, ethnic group, or nation), propaganda is the most effective tool, see the history of the Nazi regime and their final
solution (Holocaust) and the genocide in Rwanda.

When an individual is targeted, the most effective tool is behaviour modification through the use of verbal cues. The first goal is to induce paranoia.

For example, in a work setting one should do the following:


Observe the subject and find out what makes him or her tick. Find out if the subject has any insecurities about self image, job security,
spousal fidelity, personal safety, safety of loved ones, etc.
Periodically, utter verbal signals or stimuli, directed at one of these insecurities. For example,
1. job security, Tell the subject "Enjoy your vacation next week", even though you know the subject has no vacation coming for at least
six months.
2. Spousal fidelity, Tell the subject, "I saw your wife at so and so sexy lingerie shop, yesterday".
3. Self-image, Make fun of one of their physical or mental characteristic (physical dimensions, verbal impediment, etc.).
4. Personal Safety, Tell the subject "I am a gun collector" especially if you had a run-in with that person.

Summary

The verbal cueing must be constant and varied on most things, but the same on a few. It is more effective if it is in the form of a sideways aspersion;
that is a statement said to one person but that is really directed towards the subject. Someone who is already on a threshold between paranoia and
psychosis (undergoing psychological treatment) can easily be pushed into a psychotic state, by using these means. Highly stressful environments can
be conducive to a paranoid state of mind. This kind of verbal conditioning most easily works with individuals that already have a paranoid world
view, either political or social. It is better if that paranoid world view is combined with hatred for others. Muckers, who usually have this type of
personality, are easily created in places with easy access to guns and other offensive type weaponry. Teenagers are also an excellent source of
mucker material.

Speculative Ways of Inducing Psychosis


The more intrusive ways of inducing psychosis, willfully,is through either the use of drugs, psychotropic or not,or the use of hypnotic or suggestive
techniques. Hypnosis can take place while the subject sleeps,and once again verbal cueing is used. The subject is fed a series of keywords that
trigger a mnemonic response. For example, a patient under anesthesia, can be made to obey verbal commands, such as, raising the left or right
arm, as if they were under hypnosis, or sleeping; that is why care is now taken to make sure that patients undergoing surgery are fully anesthetized.

subconscious programming

How do you get access to a sleeping subject ?

The obvious way, a criminal one, is to install visual and audio surveillance devices in the subject's appartment, especially where the subject sleeps.
The verbal cues or keywords are most easily inserted into the subject's mind below his/her cognitive frame of mind or more commonly referred to
as subconcious. That is usually when the subject has not reached the REM or dream state of sleep. Everything that happens outside the boundaries
of the REM state have very little chance of being registered at a conscious level

Some conspiracy theorists even point to the possibility of mind control and manipulation, through telepathic means. Instead of verbal cues, you use
instead mental ones. The simple analogy is of a drug directly injected into the veins of a subject for a more potent effect. The more potent psychosis
inducers in this case are the mental cues; whereas the verbal ones could be viewed as juicing up the subject or alcool induced psychosis.

For example, once something is found to be a weakness, perceived or not, in the individual; then everytime a reference is made to the particular
weakness, directly or indirectly, by anyone or anything (t.v. or radio) in the subject's immediate vicinity; then change the mental focus of the subject
towards the person or thing making the reference or to the reference itself.
This exercise tends to induce paranoia.

Exercise/Exercice

Read a passage in a book or newspaper; but do it silently.


That is, do not read it aloud; do not say the words in your head.

Lisez un passage dans un livre ou journal; mais faites le silencieusement.


C'est dire, ne le lisez pas haute voix; ne dites pas les mots dans vtre tte.

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