Trauma Bonding & Programming

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Trauma Bonding : Control

What is “TRAUMA BONDING“? Essentially, it refers to the process by which the programmer convinces the subject that they are cared for and understood by the programmer/handler in a way that they are not understood by anybody else; and furthermore that nobody could or would ever understand a subject as well as the programer/handler does.

The process of trauma bonding has several component parts and there is a consistent methodology used to invoke such programming. Common strategies will be discussed below. One of the first parts of gaining control over behavior, however, is to create a clear differentiation in power between the subject and the handler/programmer. One of the ways to effectively and quickly accomplish this is to make the subject aware that their behavior is under the control and active manipulation of the Handler.

When the subject realizes that definite limits have been placed on their ability to react and respond, they will give the Handler with a level of control by providing subconscious ‘consent’ to respond to the suggestions of the Handler.


The Basic Methodology of Psychological Trauma

The PROGRAMMER seeks to induce a state of anxiety/guilt.

Tension reduces the mind’s ability to think and judge clearly, which is why mental and physical fatigue are sought in the subject.

Sensory Bombardment/Fatigue: Some of the ways that physical and psychological exhaustion are induced include the following – being bombarded by loud noises/music, flashing bright lights, prolonged sleep deprivation, environmental control, cages, loud/continuous noises, love bombing, and specific aspects of a sterile environment.

The idea is to overload the senses, interfering with cognition and concentration.


The PROGRAMMER seeks to

Create a Sense of Powerlessness : this is attained through pain, degradation, and control of a subject’s time


The PROGRAMMER seeks to

Isolate the Subject from the World: The only reality is the programmers/handlers.

When the subject is isolated, only the programmer’s ideological reality is allowed to exist in the subject’s world.

Whatever “Papa Bear” (Handler/Programmer) dictates becomes reality.

ISOLATION: creates anxiety in the subject, increasing their desire to be with others that share similar circumstances (IE, trauma bond with other victims)

CONTROL OF SOCIAL NETWORK: subject will be denied friends and contacts outside of the controlled environment. This includes all naturally occurring relationships, which will be denied in the interest of promoting relationships that are in line with programmer’s goals.

By utilizing isolation, the PROGRAMMER seeks to create a state of severe insecurity in the subject.

This INSECURITY is used in several ways…

  1. Emotional isolation leads to impaired reasoning within the subject. This makes the subject vulnerable to the approaches of insincere individuals, and these insincere individuals will take advantage of the subject’s desperation for emotional connection.
  2. The programmer deliberately uses these insincere individuals to hurt the subject emotional and reinforce “TRUST NO ONE” programming.
  3. The goal of this is to promote the idea that only the programmer/handler is deserving of trust, and all others are a source of pain and betrayal.
  4. The subject is thus isolated from supportive peer groups who might help break the programming
  5. The subject also becomes emotionally dependent upon the handler/programmer



Shock / Alienation

First of all, the programming situation in itself can facilitate shock upon a first encounter. The PROGRAMMER seeks to build upon this “first time” advantage. This can be done with a radical disruption in the subject’s normal environment. They are taken out of familiar situations, places, and out of contact with familiar people. See INSECURITY / ISOLATION.

PROGRAMMER seeks to create a state of psychological “SHOCK” which – when attained – produces an interval of psychological paralysis.

This is caused by traumatic and sub-traumatic experiences which are exacerbated when the familiar world the subject is accustomed to disappears, in addition to the psychological trauma which is being inflicted by the programmer.

A skilled programmer can recognize this effect when it occurs, and know just when the “psychic screaming stops” is the moment during which the subject is the most open to suggestion and most likely to comply with inductions .


the PROGRAMMER seeks to create a state of psychological “GUILT” within the subject at will

Programmers note the areas of guild in the subject’s emotional topography. This can be done in a number of ways, but essentially they rest on the observational prowess of the programmer/handler. The section describing the importance of determining the subject’s representational system and values is of benefit in understanding how a programmer/handler can determine the areas and lines of subject matter which will arouse the subject’s guilt.

The effect should be subtle for the greatest effect. Guilt can be deliberately induced in order to increase tension and anxiety and to urge or promote the subject’s cooperation.