MIND CONTROL, project Mockingbird, wiretapping journalists, your present consciousness, and strategic thoughts to ponder

     Loved one, if you have a healthy biological, neurological, and physical inherent feedback mechanism, you are designed to learn what you see and hear, smell, and touch.
      So, for example, if you hear the french language spoken, you will learn to listen to the French sounds and eventually be able to pull them out of the background sounds and noise unconsciously and produce the same sounds for quality of life communication.
    Your Speech sounds are made by vocal cords in your neck vibrating at different frequencies. The thickness and thinness of the vocal cord and the subglottal air pressure pushing stretch make your voice go high or low.
     You can feel your vocal cords vibrate. Place your fingers gently feeling around your throat while you make the ZZZ sound, and you will feel them shaking.
     By making the SSS sound, you can get a similar sound without the voice, and you notice the vibration in your neck does not happen.  
    Also, spontaneously when you hear a speech sound after it stops stimulating your brain, you can still remember it, although often for a short time only.
     After strengthening and acquiring your auditory memory, you can produce the recalled sounds with your oral musculature: lips, tongue, the roof of the mouth, and nasal cavity in a self-tuning fashion using your feedback mechanisms.
     Then compare the two auditory memories in your brain using auditory acuity, auditory perception, and auditory memory.
All this happens while you also have muscle movement memory associated with the sounds you just produced.
     Overall, air flow and manipulation of the airflow interfaces thought-forms when heard. Subglottal air flow is strategically attached to the active thoughts and generalized memories of thought-forms.
     All this happens while you unconsciously tune everything else out as needed.
     When the sound reproductions you are orally making are similar to the sounds you are trying to imitate, your oral motor and airflow feedback system is fully incorporated.
    Your biological interface is not just your brain, ears, mouth, lips, and tongue. Your vocal cords and subglottal air pressure system also act as one fully integrated memory system working in conjunction with memory and thought.
    In addition, your entire respiratory mechanism is a physically embedded feedback cell memory mechanism.  

 At this point, we have not even attached a thought form yet.

     Additionally, there is a separate system that may or may not attach thought-forms to those now remembered speech frequencies or sounds.
     These audible desirable target sound memories are generalizations of the first speaker and your voice, not exact duplications. Everyone sounds different all the time.
     Finally, your perceived sound memories gradually become stored in groupings of various speech frequencies. These sounds you hear become associated with learned content.
     Usually entering the eyes and ears, these perceived frequencies become integrated with the context orientation.
That is if you are thoughtful and listening.
     The most significant amount of thought-form is incorporated within the vowels and subglottal inflections within time and space.
     Appreciate the more intelligent you are, the better and longer you can attend, tune in, tune out and process incoming stimuli.            Thought forms can be sent and received with Braille, printed, script, spoken words, sign language, everyday speech, and limitless ethical and unethical digital media.
  Today speech and hearing you now habitually use are electronically manufactured and reproduced. We are talking about speech, language, and hearing, which you now unconsciously use. These adaptive sets of perceptions are wholly electronic.
      This pervasive electronic media is a thrown-together garage band of adaptive sets of perceptions we unconsciously attach to thought forms. This digital tidal wave comfortably rests entirely outside the organic realm of rational organic thoughts once held one hundred years ago.
For example, the topic of conversation on digital media is a drumbeat for world war three or a thermonuclear conclusion.
      As you look at these lines of black on a white screen, your brain is producing thought-forms automatically. You are not doing any independent thought.
     You are thinking about what these little lines mean, which controls your brain and mind. These short straight lines are sometimes connected and sometimes near curved lines.
     If you don’t think outside the box, you will never realize anything but what someone else wanted you to know.
     The unethically used digital electricity Society puts out significant effort to provide you with just enough thought-forms to keep you producing for their control and benefit and no more.
    It means you will rarely think outside the expressive and receptive vocabulary and language to which you were digitally exposed.

   It means you will rarely think outside the expressive and receptive vocabulary and language to which you were digitally exposed.

The recommended screen time for children below age 3 is ZERO  minutes per 24 hours.
 Ages below six are recommended no more than one hour per 24 hours.
Ages from 5 to 17 are recommended two hours per 24 hours.
The functional reality is on average.
Toddlers average more than 2.5 hours daily.
Children ages 8 to 12 in the USA spend an average of 4 to 6 hours daily.
Teens spend up to 9 hours per day.

     This subtle, inexpensive, spontaneously used, and enormously profitable digital electronic foundation is how mind control works ethically or not.
    You can believe original thoughts.
    Almost always, original loving thought-forms inside your heart chakra will elevate your consciousness like stretching your legs.
     Exercise your perception of self-originating loving thought-forms will allow a distancing of self or I AM from mind control tsunami.
     If you cannot appreciate how your overall airflow and attend to task interfaces thought-forms. It suggests you will rarely think outside the expressive and receptive vocabulary and language to which you were digitally exposed. 

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