Among the many online blogs about organized gang stalking the occult is mentioned, or featured as the main thesis. Because many of those who practice organized stalking are themselves cultists, or involved with religion based stalking, the occult is a recurrent theme. Here is one example of a former military intelligence officer who claims to have been part of an Air Force think tank/cult experiment from the early 1960’s. This particular writer claims to be a criminal profiler, and part of a group of 13 people who can talk to each other across life and death, and into the afterlife. Make of that what you will….
Remember this guy? Living forever seems high on the list of those who built the Panopticon.
But the linked blog above uses occult symbols and the language of the paranormal.That person also claims to be a former USAF OSI investigator. Interestingly, one of the best financed online organized stalking operations is called OSI informers, and they are widely thought to be actual stalkers themselves, and the paranormal is used in these narratives to discredit those who they are targeting, and also, to drive away those rational people who know that the occult is always a huge waste of time.
The heavy saturation of the internet by OSI informers and a group linked to several mass shooters and suicides, Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance (FFCHS), indicates that they are well financed, much like other operations of population control, and these two groups are the only organized stalking related blogs and outlets where actual contact with mass shooters occurred BEFORE they went on rampage killings.So, because governments and law enforcement are often involved investigating, manipulating, or creating cults and interacting within religious communities, there is overlap in the dialectic.
Superstition is a powerful tool of control, and those who report being gang stalked often report things that could be attributed too the supernatural, which could have a powerful effect on those prone to religion. Gas lighting is one classic example, but also hearing voices and so on could easily influence those who are targeted with OS.
I cannot understate this last point, because previous too the internet, and the wide availability of small cameras a person who is gang stalked had only their word and their experience to draw on, and could easily be relegated into the schizophrenic dustbin.But we see today that the internet is a powerful tool of social control, and intelligence agencies are waging world wide psychological operations. Another term for PsyOps is mind control as we see today that the CIA and others are using Peter Thiel’s Palantir database to influence and even alter our decision making process-to alter our minds. This is what influence operations are.
The internet is full of video’s and stories-narrative’s and counter narratives- that document, in real time, the experiences of those who are stalked, and any researcher can easily determine the facts based on the evidence. In my research, I have roughly estimated some 5-25% of all narratives to be documenting actual events. And, when we weed out the obvious chatter of video’s like those of OSI and others, we see that many who report OS are indeed struck with stress and emotional pain, even what looks lie psychosis, but also, many of them document real events, and often feel they are being influenced from outside themselves. This is not mental illness in the organic sense, although sometimes that is the case.
In the 1980’s both law enforcement and cults were a hot topic especially because America was then under the power of a fundamentalist Christian narrative. Here is a blast from the past when the term gang stalking hadn’t yet become as popular as it is today. Then, the word of the day was “satanists’ and organized stalking was attributed to the work of the devil.
Today, many in law enforcement are involved much as they were then in mind control and influence operations, but with much bigger budgets. And as we have seen before, many of them signal to each other across the internet using the language of organized gang stalking to identify each other, but also to persecute and prosecute those who they draw into their dialectic.
By: Kenneth V. Lanning Supervisory Special Agent Behavioral Science Instruction and Research Unit FBI Academy Quantico, VA 22135 June, 1989 Published by: CultWatch Response, Inc. P.O. Box 1842 Colorado Springs, CO 80901-1842 PUBLISHER'S NOTE: This report is published under the Public Domain. The author knows of this publication, and neither approves nor disapproves. The initial appearance of this report was in the October, 1989 issue of Police Chief Magazine.
In books, lectures, handout material, and conversations, the author has heard all of the following referred to as satanism: Church of Satan Stoner Gangs New Age Ordo Templi Orientis Heavy Metal Music Astrology Temple of Set Rock Music Channeling Demonology KKK Transcendental Meditation Witchcraft Nazis Holistic Medicine Paganism Scientology Buddhism Santeria Unification Church Hinduism Voodoo The Way Mormonism Rosicrucians Hare Krishna Islam Freemasonry Rajneesh Orthodox Church Knights Templar Religious Cults Roman Catholicism