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Educate-yourself ("The Freedom of Knowledge, The Power of Thought ©", all Orwellian names of course) is a green ink website of alternative medicine[1], pseudoscience[2], conspiracy theories,[3] UFOs,[4] Sylphs, and every other form of crankery under the sun. Think of it as the Californian equivalent of The editor and owner of the site writes under the possible pseudonym of Ken Adachi.[5] The site may not be parody (as far as we can tell), but he could be a shyster.[6] [7] The site includes such gems as the book, "The Illuminati Formula to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Control Slave".[8] Sample quote:

"The word FOX is an example of a significant occult code word. F-o-x consists of the 6th, 15th (1+5), & the 24th (2+4) letters of the alphabet, which yield 666." ..Fritz Springmeier & Cisco Wheeler, Chapter 4, The Illuminati Formula...


Both Christians and Illuminati members who are skilled in understanding demonology, believe that there is a demonic side to hypnosis also. It should come as no shock to people that in the World Book Encyclopedia hypnosis is listed under Magic as a related article, but not under Medicine. Some Christians class hypnosis as a form of divination and enchantment. It certainly can be a form of control. In occultist W.B. Crow’s book Witchcraft, Magic & Occultism, it lists hypnotism as an occult science. There is open debate whether hypnotism is simply part of the brain’s natural abilities or if supernatural elements are part of the process. There is no debate that historically, hypnosis for centuries has been the guarded secret of the occult world. During shock or stress, the body’s limbic-hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal system, releases substances which encode all the internal and external pieces of information being sensed into a deep level of consciousness.

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