Diary of an Avatar

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​Far too many people have died because of this cult and the order of their acts is everything. In essence, they are a new danger - for evil too has evolved.

  Author’s Note


This Book is dedicated to

Those who have suffered needlessly,
To those who have fallen far too early, and
To those who have yet to find their way back
To being, complete again.

At the heart of all this mayhem is a secret as simple as a card trick, which was first, deployed upon me by two teenage girls. Something easily taught, mastered, but constantly overlooked by the world over. Do you think you know what it is? It is something that you have been familiar with all your life. You simply need to look at it from the correct perspective, in the right light, in order to wake up to its obvious but devious darkness.

Is hypnosis fake?

Surprisingly many believe that this is the case even after the sexual assault allegations against Ohio lawyer Michael Fine first circulated in the news media, (Nov. 26 2014). Many still believed that the hypnotized volunteer is simply miming or play-acting the requests given to them. “Stage Hypnosis is nothing more than peer pressure to play along with a game.” “You have to be extremely gullible to find it convincing.” “If it were real to make someone violate his or her free will then hypnotists would be dominating the world by now.” “If hypnosis worked just a fraction of the time then there would be no such things as pick up artists, sites, or books. Everything would be about hypnosis. There would be hypnosis training on every other street corner, and with pocket watches just flying off the shelves.” “You can’t even be hypnotized unless you trust the person performing the hypnosis.” “Hypnosis is not a state of unconsciousness... it is an altered state of consciousness; one which you can make yourself snap out of if at any point you feel uncomfortable.” “If you know anything about hypnosis at all, you know that it can never make you do something you’re not already willing to do as a person, nor will it erase your memory of what happened.” “Real life hypnotism isn’t like what you see in TV and movies where the person can be, completely controlled by the hypnotist.” “This is utter bullsh**t and hopefully all the people trying to prosecute this man are mocked and ridiculed and lose their jobs for being complete and utter morons.” “Are we actually going to start believing that some random guy can actually hypnotize people into doing acts they find objectionable and then not recall them?” “There is no evidence that hypnotism of that sort exists. Moreover, given the two options of ‘believing in non-sense-superstition’ and ‘some women did lewd acts that they regretted later’, are we actually going to say that the former is more believable? Come one. This sounds like some women wanted to end their sexual liaison and either get back at their lawyer or at least deflect blame for their situation away from themselves.”

However, a few others feel differently:

“To anyone claiming that hypnotism just isn’t real, you’re incredibly naïve, and you should probably quit the habit of commenting on things you know nothing about.” “Hypnosis is real and you don’t seem to understand that some things in the world are a lot more than what you would think. When I asked people who were hypnotized what happened, they told me that they don’t remember. Hypnotist and others say hypnosis can’t make you do something you don’t want to do, but that’s a load of bulls**t. Based on that theory that would mean everyone who was in a hypnotist show have been wanting to act like an idiot in front of all their friends. I don’t believe that. People are probably told this because hypnotists don’t want them to know the truth.” “Hypnotism does work but often more to those that are open to suggestion. Dentists and other doctors have considered using it instead of large amounts of painkillers for general practice. What I know about it is that it depends entirely on the subject. If they have a large imagination and can be open to suggestion than what you can do with someone can go pretty far. If hypnotism was not a thing, then how do you suppose cults work?”

Professor Scheflin has been, judicially recognized in federal and state courts as an expert on mind and behavior control, suggestion and suggestibility, memory, and hypnosis, and according to him; “During the Victorian era’ people’s exposure to hypnosis was not only as a form of entertainment, but it seemed like a form of mind control as well. You could get people to do anything that you asked of them. You could have them be, suspended between two chairs, you could even stand on them when they were, suspended between two chairs, and you could do a lot worse as well. A stage hypnotist in Georgia put an iron bar into the eyelids of a subject, and as if that isn’t bad enough to suspend an iron bar from the eyelids, he took it one-step further and then pulled a young woman on roller skates. So it’s not always fun to be, hypnotized, and some people have taken the idea of stage hypnosis, it seems to me, far beyond where it should be entitled to go.”

Obviously over the years, the hypno-skeptics, (the hypno-denialists) claims have never been, adequately contested. However, do methods exist that make it possible to transform hypnosis into a powerful form of mind control?

Paul William McKenna is a British hypnotist, behavioral scientist, television broadcaster, and author of self-help books once stated; “One of the most powerful tools the hypnotist has is language. Words can sell products, words can start wars, and words can change the world. Sales people, professional communicators, and politicians all use the strength and weakness of language to their advantage. In a sense, they’re all hypnotists. We use words to represent things in our minds and it’s one of their main ways, we make sense of the world. But at the same time, it’s also the way others can gain access to your mind and to influence you. If they do it with the techniques hypnotists use then - it’s a good chance they will soon have you seeing things their way - whether you like it or not.”

The fact is; people like to dominate other people. Furthermore, using the powers of hypnosis to dominate others has been happening all over the USA and Canada. Under the guise of peace and harmony, cults have been able to imprint many of their views and beliefs on an involuntary, then cognizant, level. The danger is that few ever remember how they have been, compromised. And if they ever should remember, whom can they complain too? What makes matters worse is that many people in authority are reluctant or hesitant to investigate something that they prefer to view as impossible or fake.

For the record, in mid-November 2016, the Washington Post reported that Michael Fine, who pleaded guilty in September to assaulting at least six clients in a plea agreement that saw other charges against him dropped, was, sentenced to 12 years in prison. He has also been, disbarred and will have to register as a tier-two sex offender.

Some of my accounts are astounding. Not even one has been, dramatized. Many were scrutinized for years and relayed exactly as, I remember them. By the time I was aware enough to understand what these cult leaders did to me, most were very old or dead. Laying charges against cult leaders and their member’s is never easy, especially in B.C. where police need approval before laying a charge. Under the Crown Counsel Act, police must gather enough evidence to establish a substantial likelihood of conviction and the prosecutor has to conclude that any charges are in the public's interest.

In my situation, I found it more important to identify their crimes by comprehending the secrets used in their deployment, rather than the identities of the individuals dispensing them. It is for this reason that I use many synonym and pseudonym identities throughout this story.