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PROFESSIONAL pickpocket Apollo Robbins has an uncanny ability to control minds. He can manipulate people to an extraordinary degree, drawing their attention away from his thieving hands as he purloins watches and wallets in plain sight. These days, Robbins gives his ill-gotten gains back - he has given up a life of crime to become an entertainer - but most of his victims still have no idea they've been robbed until it's too late.
Watching Robbins at work is like watching somebody with supernatural powers. Yet, like his fellow conjurors, Robbins deceives his targets using nothing more than a finely honed understanding of human psychology. "I think of myself as a folk psychologist," he says. "It's all about developing an instinct for how the human mind works."
After years of ignoring magic, researchers are starting to realise that the methods magicians use to manipulate the human mind might hold important insights into how it works. "We're all thinking about the same questions," says Christof Koch, a neuroscientist at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. "We just come at the problems from different angles."
Magic is all about appearing to break the laws of nature - making solid objects appear or disappear, sawing human beings in half, reading people's minds, and so on. The laws of nature, of course, are inviolable, which is why magicians target the human brain instead, packed as it is with glitches and weaknesses that can be exploited to create the illusion of doing the impossible. And they're brilliant at it: magic tricks only work if you fool all of the people all of the time.
Cognitive neuroscientists also have a long-standing interest in tricks of the mind, as these are a useful source of insight into how the brain works. Visual illusions, for example, have taught them a huge amount about how the brain processes visual information. Now they're dipping into the treasure chest of cognitive illusions provided by magic.
Over the past couple of years, neuroscientists and magicians have been getting together to create a science that might be called "magicology". If successful, both sides stand to benefit. By plundering the magicians' book of tricks, researchers hope to develop powerful new tools for probing perception and cognition. And if they find any tricks they can't explain, that could lead to new knowledge about how the brain works. Similarly, magicians hope that the collaboration will lead to new magic tricks by alerting them to perceptual or cognitive weaknesses that they didn't already know about. "The real proof that a science of magic has come of age will be when we can use science to build a better magic trick," says Richard Wiseman, a psychologist at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield, UK.
According to his fellow psychologist Gustav Kuhn at the University of Durham in the UK, a good starting point for the science of magic is the magicians' own classification of their art into three broad types of trick: misdirection, illusion and forcing.
Misdirection lies at the heart of magic. It is the art of diverting the audience's attention away from what magicians call the "method" - the act of deception itself
In neuroscience terms, misdirection relies on the fact that the brain has a very limited supply of attention. Over the past decade or so it has become clear just how scarce attention is: focusing on one thing can make you oblivious to other things that would otherwise be obvious. This bizarre phenomenon is called inattention blindness, and it was famously demonstrated in 1999 by psychologists Daniel Simons and Christopher Chabris of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. They made a video of six people in a circle bouncing two basketballs around. When asked to count the number of bounces, around half of the people who watch the video fail to notice a man in gorilla suit walking through the middle of the game and beating his chest (New Scientist, 18 November 2000, p 28).
Not surprisingly, magicians use this powerful effect all the time to pull off blatant deceptions right under our noses. Kuhn recently demonstrated this using a trick where he makes a cigarette and lighter "disappear". In truth he simply drops them into his lap when your narrow spotlight of attention is pointing elsewhere.
Right before your eyes
By tracking eye movements as people watched a video of the trick, Kuhn showed that people miss the deception even when they're looking directly at it. It works because, at the crucial moments, he makes attention-grabbing gestures and eye movements that divert attention (but not gaze) away from the action. If you watch the video a few times it's hard to believe that you could ever fall for it.
Magicians are so adept at manipulating attention that cognitive scientists have started bringing them into their labs to learn more. Susana Martinez-Conde of the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Arizona, is one. "My hope is that the cognitive illusions of magicians can help scientists understand awareness, just as visual illusions have helped us to understand sight," she says. To that end she recently started working with Robbins.
During his training as a professional thief, Robbins was taught to use two types of hand motion to control his victims' attention. Slow, circular hand motions are good at engaging and keeping attention, while fast, straight ones are useful for quickly diverting it from one spot to another. The scientific basis of this difference is unknown, says Martinez-Conde. But she plans to find out.
Another mysterious way of manipulating attention is with humour. "When people laugh, time stands still," says magician John Thompson, aka The Great Tomsoni. He frequently uses jokes to conceal large movements that are particularly difficult to hide. Exactly why laughter disengages attention so efficiently is unknown.
A second key tool in the magic repertoire is illusions, particularly cognitive illusions. These rely on the fact that much of what you think you see is actually invented by your brain. Perception is not about capturing a full picture of reality, but taking snapshots of the world and making the rest up.
In the vanishing ball illusion, for example, a magician tosses a small ball up and down while following it with his eyes. He fakes a third toss, keeping the ball in his hand but still moving his eyes as if watching it. This reliably creates the illusion of the ball being thrown upwards - then disappearing into thin air.
Kuhn recently brought this trick into his lab to examine how it works. By tracking people's eyes as they watched it being done, he found something unexpected. On real throws, the eye movement of subjects followed the ball's trajectory. But on the trick toss, their eyes remain firmly glued on the eyes of the magician. This, says Kuhn, shows that the brain overrules the eyes and creates an image of an object that doesn't actually exist.
Why would it do that? Part of the answer lies in the power of social cues - in this case the magician's eyes - to set up expectations in the brain. Kuhn showed that the trick worked less well if he kept his eyes fixed on the throwing hand rather than tracking the arc of the nonexistent ball.
The trick also relies on another glitch in the visual system. Information captured by the retina takes about 100 milliseconds to reach the brain. To compensate for this lag, the brain predicts what the world will look like in the near future and acts on this prediction rather than the real information at its disposal. This is useful in real-world situations such as driving a car, but it also gives magicians an opening to exploit (Current Biology, vol 16, p R950).
A third tool up the magicians' sleeve is forcing. This is any technique that gives the target the illusion of free will when in fact they have none. The classic example is the "pick a card, any card" trick where the magician uncannily knows what you picked.
Ron Rensink, a psychologist at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, says that forcing is one of the great mysteries of magic, as yet unexplained by cognitive neuroscience. "The degree to which a magician can control someone's mind tends to be far greater than anything we come up with in the lab," he says.
To find out more, Rensink has teamed up with professional magician Alym Amlani to test forcing scientifically. Amlani devised a trick of the "pick a card, any card" variety in which participants watch Amlani flick through a deck of cards, briefly exposing the face of each. The flip-through lasts only a few seconds, after which subjects are asked to name a card of their choice.
"We can get 70 to 80 per cent of our subjects to pick a specific card," says Rensink. That's because the deck is loaded; 10 out of the 52 cards are the same. Even though the cards fly by in an instant, this moderate bias has a powerful unconscious effect.
Rensink does not know why this trick works. But he hopes to strip it down to see how strong the principle of exposure is. "If you remove the magician and just show cards on a computer screen, would it still work?" asks Rensink. "How about if you use something other than cards?"
Forcing can also be achieved by another brain glitch that magicians learned about long before neuroscientists - false memory. During a trick, a magician will often describe what he has just done in a way that manipulates people's recollection of it.
Researchers have only scratched the surface of what magic has to offer. Already, though, they've been surprised by how much of "their" knowledge magicians have already discovered. "For years, scientists have been reinventing wheels that magicians have known about for ages," says Martinez-Conde.
As yet, science hasn't led to the creation of new tricks. Yet even if it doesn't there could be practical spin-offs, says Kuhn. Many of the techniques advertisers and politicians use to persuade us are straight out of the magician's book of tricks, so a better knowledge of them could arm us all against manipulation.
The danger, of course, is that scientists become the ultimate killjoys, stripping away the, er, magic of it all. But with so much trickery on their side, the magicians ought to be able to stay one step ahead. If not, they could always send Robbins in to steal wallets and watches until the scientists agree not to spill the beans.
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Controlling the mind of the enemy is the ultimate weapon in any warfare. Apparently, a collection of researchers seek to interpret mind control techniques used by the UFOs and the extraterrestrials, not necessarily for the “good“ of humanity.
Variations of these techniques were regularly used in ancient wars, in legends and ancient religious mythologies, that were apparent in contact with various Manipulative Extraterrestrial groups.
Mind dominance is a method used to make the enemy surrender way before they provide a real fight. It can also convince the enemy to leave their position and run for cover.
According to researchers, Manipulative Extraterrestrials use these techniques all the time.
The whole clue to mind control and dominance lies in creation of artificial hypnosis effects in a generic sense. The environment in which these effects are created experience strange change in charged ions in the environment.
Scientists and Engineers find that UFOs are always associated with massive electrical fields and corresponding severe change in charged ions in the environment where UFO sightings are reported. Some even claim if the environment does not experience severe change in charged ion properties in the environment, the sightings were terrestrial and not extraterrestrial in nature.Charged ions in the environment when allowed to bombard the brain cells in a sinusoidal oscillating pulse, creates a strange effect that is still undefined. Some hypnotherapies involve subjecting the human brain to such pulses in a more direct way. Complex computer algorithms can control the sinusoidal oscillations with varying the amplitude to create an environment of communication between the controlling source and the receiving mind. Appropriate complex adjustments as a function of time allow mind control and dominance.
The technologies are reverse-engineered from the extraterrestrial UFOs but are far from perfected.
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1. Shake a leg. Lack of blood flow is a common reason for lack of concentration. If you've been sitting in one place for awhile, bounce one of your legs for a minute or two. It gets your blood flowing and sharpens both concentration and recall.
2. Food for thought: Eat breakfast. A lot of people skip breakfast, but creativity is often optimal in the early morning and it helps to have some protein in you to feed your brain. A lack of protein can actually cause headaches.
3. Food for thought, part 2: Eat a light lunch. Heavy lunches have a tendency to make people drowsy. While you could turn this to your advantage by taking a "thinking nap" (see #23), most people haven't learned how.
4. Cognitive enhancers: Ginkgo biloba. Ginkgo biloba is a natural supplement that has been used in China and other countries for centuries and has been reputed to reverse memory loss in rats. It's also suggested by some health practitioners as a nootrope and thus a memory enhancer.
5. Reduce stress + depresssion. Stress and depression may reduce the ability to recall information and thus inhibit learning. Sometimes, all you need to reduce depression is more white light and fewer refined foods.
6. Sleep on it. Dr. Maxwell Maltz wrote about in his book Psycho-Cybernetics about a man who was was paid good money to come up with ideas. He would lock his office door, close the blinds, turn off the lights. He'd focus on the problem at hand, then take a short nap on a couch. When he awoke, he usually had the problem solved.
7. Take a break. Change phyical or mental perspective to lighten the invisible stress that can sometimes occur when you sit in one place too long, focused on learning. Taking a 5-15 minute break every hour during study sessions is more beneficial than non-stop study. It gives your mind time to relax and absorb information. If you want to get really serious with breaks, try a 20 minute ultradian break as part of every 90 minute cycle. This includes a nap break, which is for a different purpose than #23.
8. Take a hike. Changing your perspective often relieves tension, thus freeing your creative mind. Taking a short walk around the neighborhood may help.
9. Change your focus. Sometimes there simply isn't enough time to take a long break. If so, change subject focus. Alternate between technical and non-technical subjects.
Perspective and Focus
10. Change your focus, part 2. There are three primary ways to learn: visual, kinesthetic, and auditory. If one isn't working for you, try another.
11. Do walking meditation. If you're taking a hike (#25), go one step further and learn walking meditation as a way to tap into your inner resources and your strengthen your ability to focus. Just make sure you're not walking inadvertently into traffic.
12. Focus and immerse yourself. Focus on whatever you're studying. Don't try to watch TV at the same time or worry yourself about other things. Anxiety does not make for absorption of information and ideas.
13. Turn out the lights. This is a way to focus, if you are not into meditating. Sit in the dark, block out extraneous influences. This is ideal for learning kinesthetically, such as guitar chord changes.
14. Take a bath or shower. Both activities loosen you up, making your mind more receptive to recognizing brilliant ideas.
15. Listen to music. Researchers have long shown that certain types of music are a great "key" for recalling memories. Information learned while listening to a particular song or collection can often be recalled simply by "playing" the songs mentally.
16. Speedread. Some people believe that speedreading causes you to miss vital information. The fact remains that efficient speedreading results in filtering out irrelevant information. If necessary, you can always read and re-read at slower speeds. Slow reading actually hinders the ability to absorb general ideas. (Although technical subjects often requirer slower reading.) If you're reading online, you can try the free Spreeder Web-based application.
17. Use acronyms and other mnemonic devices. Mnemonics are essentially tricks for remembering information. Some tricks are so effective that proper application will let you recall loads of mundane information years later.
18. Every picture tells a story. Draw or sketch whatever it is you are trying to achieve. Having a concrete goal in mind helps you progress towards that goal.
19. Brainmap it. Need to plan something? Brain maps, or mind maps, offer a compact way to get both an overview of a project as well as easily add details. With mind maps, you can see the relationships between disparate ideas and they can also act as a receptacle for a brainstorming session.
20. Learn symbolism and semiotics. Semiotics is the study of signs and symbols. Having an understanding of the symbols of a particular discipline aids in learning, and also allows you to record information more efficiently.
21. Use information design. When you record information that has an inherent structure, applying information design helps convey that information more clearly. A great resource is Information Aesthetics, which gives examples of information design and links to their sources.
22. Use visual learning techniques. Try gliffy for structured diagrams. Also see Inspiration.com for an explanation of webs, idea maps, concept maps, and plots.
23. Map your task flow. Learning often requires gaining knowledge in a specific sequence. Organizing your thoughts on what needs to be done is a powerful way to prepare yourself to complete tasks or learn new topics.
Verbal and Auditory Techniques
24. Stimulate ideas. Play rhyming games, utter nonsense words. These loosen you up, making you more receptive to learning.
25. Brainstorm. This is a time-honored technique that combines verbal activity, writing, and collaboration. (One person can brainstorm, but it's more effective in a group.) It's fruitful if you remember some simple rules: Firstly, don't shut anyone's idea out. Secondly, don't "edit" in progress; just record all ideas first, then dissect them later. Participating in brainstorming helps assess what you already know about something, and what you didn't know.
26. Learn by osmosis. Got an iPod? Record a few of your own podcasts, upload them to your iPod and sleep on it. Literally. Put it under your pillow and playback language lessons or whatever.
27. Cognitive enhancers: binaural beats. Binaural beats involve playing two close frequencies simultaneously to produce alpha, beta, delta, and theta waves, all of which produce either sleeping, restfulness, relaxation, meditativeness, alertness, or concentration. Binaural beats are used in conjunction with other excercises for a type of super-learning.
28. Laugh. Laughing relaxes the body. A relaxed body is more receptive to new ideas.
29. Write, don't type. While typing your notes into the computer is great for posterity, writing by hand stimulates ideas. The simple act of holding and using a pen or pencil massages acupuncture points in the hand, which in turn stimulates ideas.
30. Carry a quality notebook at all times. Samuel Taylor Coleridge dreamed the words of the poem "In Xanadu (did Kubla Khan)...". Upon awakening, he wrote down what he could recall, but was distracted by a visitor and promptly forgot the rest of the poem. Forever. If you've been doing "walking meditation" or any kind of meditation or productive napping, ideas may suddenly come to you. Record them immediately.
31. Keep a journal. This isn't exactly the same as a notebook. Journaling has to do with tracking experiences over time. If you add in visual details, charts, brainmaps, etc., you have a much more creative way to keep tabs on what you are learning.
32. Organize. Use sticky colored tabs to divide up a notebook or journal. They are a great way to partition ideas for easy referral.
33. Use post-it notes. Post-it notes provide a helpful way to record your thoughts about passages in books without defacing them with ink or pencil marks.
34. Give yourself credit. Ideas are actually a dime a dozen. If you learn to focus your mind on what results you want to achieve, you'll recognize the good ideas. Your mind will become a filter for them, which will motivate you to learn more.
35. Motivate yourself. Why do you want to learn something? What do want to achieve through learning? If you don't know why you want to learn, then distractions will be far more enticing.
36. Set a goal. W. Clement Stone once said "Whatever the mind of man can conceive, it can achieve." It's an amazing phenomenon in goal achievement. Prepare yourself by whatever means necessary, and hurdles will seem surmountable. Anyone who has experienced this phenomenon understands its validity.
37. Think positive. There's no point in setting learning goals for yourself if you don't have any faith in your ability to learn.
38. Organize, part 2. Learning is only one facet of the average adult's daily life. You need to organize your time and tasks else you might find it difficult to fit time in for learning. Try Neptune for a browser-based application for "getting things done."
39. Every skill is learned. With the exception of bodily functions, every skill in life is learned. Generally speaking, if one person can learn something, so can you. It may take you more effort, but if you've set a believable goal, it's likely an achievable goal.
40. Prepare yourself for learning. Thinking positive isn't sufficient for successfully achieving goals. This is especially important if you are an adult, as you'll probably have many distractions surrounding your daily life. Implement ways to reduce distractions, at least for a few hours at a time, else learning will become a frustrating experience.
41. Prepare yourself, part 2. Human nature is such that not everyone in your life will be a well-wisher in your self-improvement and learning plans. They may intentionally or subconsciously distract you from your goal. If you have classes to attend after work, make sure that work colleagues know this, that you are unable to work late. Diplomacy works best if you think your boss is intentionally giving you work on the days he/she knows you have to leave. Reschedule lectures to a later time slot if possible/ necessary.
42. Constrain yourself. Most people need structure in their lives. Freedom is sometimes a scary thing. It's like chaos. But even chaos has order within. By constraining yourself — say giving yourself deadlines, limiting your time on an idea in some manner, or limiting the tools you are working with — you can often accomplish more in less time.
43. Read as much as you can. How much more obvious can it get? Use Spreeder (#33) if you have to. Get a breadth of topics as well as depth.
44. Cross-pollinate your interests. Neurons that connect to existing neurons give you new perspectives and abilities to use additional knowledge in new ways.
45. Learn another language. New perspectives give you the ability to cross-pollinate cultural concepts and come up with new ideas. As well, sometimes reading a book in its original language will provide you with insights lost in translation.
46. Learn how to learn. Management Help has a resource page, as does SIAST (Virtual Campus), which links to articles about learning methods. They are geared towards online learning, but no doubt you gain something from them for any type of learning. If you are serious about optimum learning, read Headrush's Crash course in learning theory.
47. Learn what you know and what you don't. Many people might say, "I'm dumb," or "I don't know anything about that." The fact is, many people are wholly unaware of what they already know about a topic. If you want to learn about a topic, you need to determine what you already know, figure out what you don't know, and then learn the latter.
48. Multi-task through background processes. Effective multi-tasking allows you to bootstrap limited time to accomplish several tasks. Learning can be bootstrapped through multi-tasking, too. By effective multitasking, I don't mean doing two or more things at exactly the same time. It's not possible. However, you can achieve the semblance of effective multitasking with the right approach, and by prepping your mind for it. For example, a successful freelance writer learns to manage several articles at the same time. Research the first essay, and then let the background processes of your mind takeover. Move on consciously to the second essay. While researching the second essay, the first one will often "write itself." Be prepared to record it when it "appears" to you.
49. Think holistically. Holistic thinking might be the single most "advanced" learning technique that would help students. But it's a mindset rather than a single technique.
50. Use the right type of repetition. Complex concepts often require revisting in order to be fully absorbed. Sometimes, for some people, it may actually take months or years. Repetition of concepts and theory with various concrete examples improves absorption and speeds up learning.
51. Apply the Quantum Learning (QL) model. The Quantum Learning model is being applied in some US schools and goes beyond typical education methods to engage students.
52. Get necessary tools. There are obviously all kinds of tools for learning. If you are learning online like a growing number of people these days, then consider your online tools. One of the best tools for online research is the Firefox web browser, which has loads of extensions (add-ons) with all manner of useful features. One is Googlepedia, which simultaneously displays Google search engine listings, when you search for a term, with related entries from Wikipedia.
53. Get necessary tools, part 2. This is a very niche tip, but if you want to learn fast-track methods for building software, read Getting Real from 37 Signals. The Web page version is free. The techniques in the book have been used to create Basecamp, Campfire, and Backpack web applications in a short time frame. Each of these applications support collaboration and organization.
54. Learn critical thinking. As Keegan-Michael Key's character on MadTV might say, critical thinking takes analysis to "a whole notha level". Read Wikipedia's discourse on critical thinking as a starting point. It involves good analytical skills to aid the ability to learn selectively.
55. Learn complex problem solving. For most people, life is a series of problems to be solved. Learning is part of the process. If you have a complex problem, you need to learn the art of complex problem solving. [The latter page has some incredible visual information.]
For Teachers, Tutors, and Parents
56. Be engaging. Lectures are one-sided and often counter-productive. Information merely heard or witnessed (from a chalkboard for instance) is often forgotten. Teaching is not simply talking. Talking isn't enough. Ask students questions, present scenarios, engage them.
57. Use information pyramids. Learning happens in layers. Build base knowledge upon which you can add advanced concepts.
58. Use video games. Video games get a bad rap because of certain violent games. But video games in general can often be an effective aid to learning.
59. Role play. Younger people often learn better by being part of a learning experience. For example, history is easier to absorb through reenactments.
60. Apply the 80/20 rule. This rule is often interpreted in dfferent ways. In this case, the 80/20 rule means that some concepts, say about 20% of a curriculum, require more effort and time, say about 80%, than others. So be prepared to expand on complex topics.
61. Tell stories. Venus Flytrap, a character from the sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati, once taught a student gang member about atoms, electrons, and protons by saying that an atom was one big neighborhood, and the protons and neutrons had their own smaller neighborhoods and never mixed. Just like rival gangs. The story worked, and understanding sparked in the students eyes.
62. Go beyond the public school curriculum. The public school system is woefully lacking in teaching advanced learning and brainstorming methods. It's not that the methods cannot be taught; they just aren't. To learn more, you have to pay a premium in additional time and effort, and sometimes money for commercially available learning tools. There's nothing wrong with that in itself, but what is taught in schools needs to be expanded. This article's author has proven that a nine-year old can learn (some) university level math, if the learning is approached correctly.
63. Use applied learning. If a high school student were having trouble in math, say with fractions, one example of applied learning might be photography, lenses, f-stops, etc. Another example is cooking and measurement of ingredients. Tailor the applied learning to the interest of the student.
For Students and Self-Studiers
64. Be engaged. Surprise. Sometimes students are bored because they know more than is being taught, maybe even more than a teacher. (Hopefully teachers will assess what each student already knows.) Students should discuss with a teacher if they feel that the material being covered is not challenging. Also consider asking for additional materials.
65. Teach yourself. Teachers cannot always change their curricula. If you're not being challenged, challenge yourself. Some countries still apply country-wide exams for all students. If your lecturer didn't cover a topic, you should learn it on your own. Don't wait for someone to teach you. Lectures are most effective when you've pre-introduced yourself to concepts.
66. Collaborate. If studying by yourself isn't working, maybe a study group will help.
67. Do unto others: teach something. The best way to learn something better is to teach it to someone else. It forces you to learn, if you are motivated enough to share your knowledge.
68. Write about it. An effective way to "teach" something is to create an FAQ or a wiki containing everything you know about a topic. Or blog about the topic. Doing so helps you to realize what you know and more importantly what you don't. You don't even have to spend money if you grab a freebie account with Typepad, Wordpress, or Blogger.
69. Learn by experience. Pretty obvious, right? It means put in the necessary time. An expert is often defined as someone who has put in 10,000 hours into some experience or endeavor. That's approximately 5 years of 40 hours per week, every week. Are you an expert without realizing it? If you're not, do you have the dedication to be an expert?
70. Quiz yourself. Testing what you've learned will reinforce the information. Flash cards are one of the best ways, and are not just for kids.
71. Learn the right things first. Learn the basics. Case in point: a frustrating way to learn a new language is to learn grammar and spelling and sentence constructs first. This is not the way a baby learns a language, and there's no reason why an adult or young adult has to start differently, despite "expert" opinion. Try for yourself and see the difference.
72. Plan your learning. If you have a long-term plan to learn something, then to quote Led Zeppelin, "There are two paths you can go by." You can take a haphazard approach to learning, or you can put in a bit of planning and find an optimum path. Plan your time and balance your learning and living.
73. Persist. Don't give up learning in the face of intimdating tasks. Anything one human being can learn, most others can as well. Wasn't it Einstein that said, "Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration"? Thomas Edison said it, too.
74. Defy the experts. Dyslexia, in a nutshell, is the affliction of mentally jumbling letters and digits, causing difficulties in reading, writing and thus learning. Sometimes spoken words or numbers get mixed up as well. In the past, "experts" declared dyslexic children stupid. Later, they said they were incapable of learning. This author has interacted with and taught dyslexic teens. It's possible. Helen Keller had no experience of sight, sound, or speech, and yet she learned. Conclusion: There is more than one way to learn; never believe you cannot.
75. Challenge yourself. People are often more intelligent than they realize. In a world that compartmentalizes and categorizes everything, not everyone is sure where they fit in. And genius can be found in many walks of life. If you honestly suspect that there's more to you than has been "allowed" to be let out, try an IQ test such as the one offered by MENSA. It's unlike the standardized IQ tests given in many schools. You know the kind — the ones which traumatize many young students into thinking they are stupid, simply because the tests don't really assess all student's knowledge and learning ability. And the ability to learn is far, far more important than what you already know.
76. Party before an exam. Well, don't go that far. The key is to relax. The worse thing to do is cram the night before an exam. If you don't already know a subject by then, cramming isn't going to help. If you have studied, simply review the topic, then go do something pleasant (no more studying). Doing so tells your brain that you are prepared and that you will be able to recall anything that you have already learned. On the other hand, if you didn't spend the semester learning the ideas you need, you might as well go party anyways because cramming at the last minute isn't going to help much at that point.
77. Don't worry; learn happy. Have a real passion for learning and want to share that? Join a group such as the Joyful Jubilant Learning community [via LifeHack].
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John Brown: Where To Watch The Inauguration
In his weekly column, rapper John Brown—the self-proclaimed “King Of Da Burbz”—will be offering his insight into politics and current events to the Complex readers. Check out “Politickin With John Brown” every Thursday.
So everybody and their mother-in-law is trying to hit D.C. next Tuesday to participate in the largest expression of celebratory gluttony of our time. Continuous warnings of potential horror stories amid human gridlock and white-guilt catharsis has failed to halt the dreams of many Americans eager to “witness history”. Unlike HOT 97’s Peter Rosenberg, not all of us have access to the actual inauguration, or even Jay-Z’s concert on the “eve of change.” But there’s still plenty of places to experience Mr. 44 getting indoctrinated into the illuminati. Here are my suggestions…
5. HIT THE BARS
• You could just keep it simple and get plastered in some grimey hole-in-the wall before chanting “U-S-A!” when Obama hits the stage. There’s also the more sophisticated lounge option. If you’re in NYC, the famous promoter, Roxy Cottontail, is hosting a celebration.
4. ATTEND A FUNDRAISER
• Ah yes, the fundraiser. A feel-good way of contributing to the spirit of positivity while getting a complimentary cocktail. I think it’s only appropriate to help raise money for a cause while watching Obama spend the $27 million he raised for his inauguration.
3. HIT UP A CONCERT
• Humans love to watch someone on a stage remind them that they’re experiencing a profound moment in history. Even though there’s some decent shows throughout the country on Jan 20th, I can’t front. The hip-hop related events in D.C. alone make Summer Jam seem like the Bowery Poetry Club.
2. GO TO A STRIP CLUB
• Not much is better than getting a lap dance while watching Bush get evicted. Word on the street is that the disillusioned GOP faithful are heading to Las Vegas to drink away their sorrows and spend holiday bonuses at the Bunny Ranch.
1.STAY HOME AND SIT ON YOUR COMPUTER
• For the socially inept or fiscally pragmatic there is always the virtual approach. It’s good to know that CNN and Facebook aren’t being excluded while everyone else cashes in on “being part of history”.
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Learn To Control The Thoughts
of Others With Your Words
Jason Mitchell, the 29-year-old Christian television producer who electrified the right with his 13-minute Video Portrait of Barack Hussein Obama, is back with a 60-second "TV ad" (read "YouTube clip") that blows the lid off the biggest cover-up since the CIA faked the moon landing: Obama isn't an American!
To be sure, the claim -- that the president-elect was born in Kenya, and faked his Hawaiian birth certificate -- is nothing new: if you had internet during the election campaign, this chestnut is as familiar as an old friend who won't get off your couch or take a shower.
But the stellar production values coupled with the gravely-serious presentation of a thoroughly debunked smear makes this the most entertaining attack video to come from Mitchell's Illuminati Pictures in months.
"I like the narrator's voice," raves BoingBoing's Mark Fraunfelder. "It sounds like 1970s Saturday Night Live."
CONTROL YOUR MIND
Of course you have. We've all wanted that mystical power but that can be hard to come by.
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The most influential people you know will look at you and ask "How did you do that?" and all you have to do is say "I wish I could tell you but... let's talk."
"Mind Reading Exposed" is like a mini-encyclopedia of mind reading tricks that will peak anyones interest in any situation.
This is an incredible tool for meeting ANYONE YOU WANT. And you'll do it with no cards, no paper, no props, no gadgets, nothing...Just you and them!
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EG is the celebration of the American entertainment industry. Since 1984, Richard Saul Wurman has created extraordinary gatherings about learning and understanding. EG is a rich extension of these ideas - a conference that explores the attitude of understanding in music, film, television, radio, technology, advertising, gaming, interactivity and the web - The Entertainment Gathering
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Mind Control, Biological Psychology & Psychiatry Limitation
This video is an introduction to biological mind control through psychoactive drugs, electroshock therapy, brain operations and electrical implants into the brain. This type of mind control was experimented with by the CIA in their mind control project Mk Ultra. This video point out the main limitation of biological mind control and psychiatric therapy.
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You must let people know or assume you have a secret but you are forbidden to tell it.
You see people love to know what they are not supposed to know and they will do almost anything to get that information.
I Learned this secret from mind readers and the book "Mind Reading Exposed".
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1. People can't resist what they can't detect.
2. People might believe what you tell them but they will never doubt what they assume.
Mentalism is all about leading people to assume what you want them to. It has almost nothing to do with telling them what you want them to think. By learning even just a few mentalism tricks you'll get a deep gut feel for what the true persuasion masters are creaming
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Having these secrets give you the ability to connect with people and amaze them. This is your chance to create something that is off-limits for most people: to be a legend in your social circle.
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Here is a cute little gift for you that you can put on your desk as a conversation piece.
It's a cutout-fold-and-glue Illuminati pyramid papercraft for all of you who have learned to stop worrying and love the New World Order: the Illuminati Pyramid Papercraft, by Paper Replika.
Just be careful where you place the papercraft, because it surely contains printed microcircuitry with hypersensitive cellulosic fiber antenna that will transmit whatever it is you say to Zbigniew Brzezinski.
Seriously, you just print up the PDF, cut, fold and glue it all together and you have a rightous conversaton piece.
Here it the download link:
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CONTROL YOUR MIND
by Paul Beach
Reality ... What is it?
Any philosophy you can think of is centered around this one question. And all philosophies take a position on whether reality is indeed perceivable, or not.
Plato asserted that true reality was of a form invisible to the mortal man. He further suggested that only the educated elite would ever have any inkling of the form of true reality. Kind of convenient for him, wouldn't you say?
His own student Aristotle disagreed with him on this point. Aristotle never claimed to be able to correctly perceive reality, but he maintained that it should at least be possible, and that we should always strive to seek the truth of all things.
Today we have over six billion individuals cohabitating on the giant ball we call Earth; each of us carrying in our head a perception of the world, the universe... reality. We walk around, each of us with a core belief system at some stage of development. For a young person, their core belief system will be largely based on what they have learned from their parents and others in their life that may have some influence. For someone older, their core beliefs will include lessons learned from first-hand experience. However, isn't it interesting that two individuals who have the same experience could each learn a distinctly different lesson, and internally log extremely differing core beliefs?
Our core belief system plays an enormous role in determining our behaviors; I don't think anyone would disagree with that. But doesn't that statement then suggest that even as conscious individuals we have a somewhat limited amount of free agency? According to most every religion and philosophy the purpose of life is to make choices and grow from the experience of life. Most religions further suggest that having free agency is part of that process. Our core beliefs may seem to be in conflict with our free-will, or maybe that's just how it is supposed to work. Most religions do say that we should aspire to perfection, that is, make only correct choices. Is that free will? And beneath all of it is the Law of Cause and Effect. Sure, you can do anything you want, but you will reap the consequences; there's no way around that. Where does true free agency fit in?
Many modern philosophies suggest that we create our reality with our dominate thoughts and behaviors. With enough discipline, they say, you could have virtually total control over your reality. If this is true, then your core beliefs have a distinct influence over your reality. Imagine, six million people cohabitating the same planet, all living in their own realities. Pretty silly, huh?
So, which is it? Do we have free will? Is reality static, or is it created by thoughts and behaviors influenced by our core beliefs?
The answers to these questions are all part of the pursuit of truth. As we ponder them, we become able to more clearly see reality.
I have long been a fan of the term core belief system. I believed (that is, it was part of my core belief system) that the more aware of our core beliefs we were, the more we would understand our behaviors, and the more we could empower ourselves to make wise choices. This is not a bad belief necessarily, but the problem with beliefs, as you can see, is that they leave open the way to mind-created realities.
A more accurate term to use might be perception filters. The concept is simple - true reality is there right in front of us. We look right at it, take it all in, but our mind distorts the image until it agrees with all the previous perceptions we've taken in. We are then disempowered to some degree as we try to integrate with this distorted image of reality. Our personal level of knowledge, our core belief system, even our current mood; all will have a bearing on our individual perception filters - how we "see" reality. We go through our day, we try to remain open-minded, but all sensory information goes through our own perception filter.
Many things can make a 'smudge on the glass', as it were. Ignorance is a thick filter. Closed-Mindedness, and its subtle twin Thinking-You-Know-Everything, would be examples of other thick filters. An experience could be both a cleaning of the glass, and/or additional smudging depending on the nature of the lesson learned.
It is easy to see how the average person today would be looking at reality through much less filtration than the average person five thousand years ago, or two thousand, or even just one hundred years. Seeing the world as flat, for instance, would be a pretty severe filter. Being able to conceive of the radio spectrum, which is for the most part invisible but still part of reality, has been a hugely beneficial bit of information that has helped clear the glass quite a lot for modern man. No one from a thousand years ago would have been able to accept let alone comprehend the heliocentric concept, or the concept of a radio spectrum. It would be filtering for us in turn, to accept as gospel the words written by such extremely filtered men of old.
The more we learn, the more we should realize that we don't know. But acquiring and integrating information is the only way to reduce perception filters. Obviously, the less filters one has, the clearer they will be able to see reality, and that can only be a good thing! Anyone that has ever been able to create some amount of measured success for them self has done so by integrating reality into their life, in at least one area or another, whether it be success at amassing wealth, success in a relationship, success at gaining popularity, or anything else.
And woe to anyone attempting to create their reality, for they integrate with any such reality at their cost!
Ah! But there is a string attached; and such a curious and fantastic string it is. Because the universe is so big, and possibly even infinite, it is quite possible that we will never know everything there is to know. That means that will always be a smudge on the glass. We will forever have filters, even if they only continue to be thinner and smaller. We will never know absolute reality. However, like Aristotle said, we should never give up the pursuit of truth, for doing so would mean stagnation and death.
The concept of free-will has virtually the same dynamics. It is true that we will never know pure free agency, but we must forever exercise it to the best of our abilities. The less perception filters we have, the more we integrate reality, the more free agency we will have as well.
And there is a third concept that is a sibling to the concepts of reality integration and free agency, and that concept is Immortality. Immortality, too, follows the same dynamics as reality integration and free agency. We'll never be immortal, as it were. We'll never know at any point that we will surely live forever after. However, we should do everything in our power to live forever, and right now that means overcoming the disease of aging! Death must become a choice before we will ever be able to have any semblance of free-will. Death will become a choice only after we have reduced our filters collectively, as a world of six billion conscious individuals, and integrated reality enough to acquire the knowledge necessary to cure all diseases.
I hope that this article has helped you to clear your glass if even only a little.
Copyright Paul Beach, 2005. All Rights Reserved
The big Record Labels are all controlled by the same Elite of people, and they run their business through the Occult, and are the heads of Secret Societies like the Freemasons and the OTO.
To sign up as a musician for the big Record Companies, you have to be willing to work toward their Agenda, which is to eventually obtain total control over the World Population, or, like in many cases, you are already mind controlled before you start your career. This doesn't mean that all artists that sign up are aware of the Agenda, but they are tied to strict rules and regulations by the Industry. In a free world, the artist would be able to express him/herself the way he/she wants, but if your want to make it in the Industry, you have to adjust to rules, regulations and censorship. Still, the Art Business and Hollywood are only two examples of industries the Illuminati control. For more information, see www.illuminati-news.com/index.htm.
The famous artists, who get the most promotion, are themselves often mind controlled victims, who have split, multiple personalities and are controlled by a Programmer or a Handler (who quite often is the Manager). This is to keep the artist "on track", so that he/she keeps following the course that is set out for him/her. If the artist tries to drift away from the "cause", he/she is getting threatened, "re-programmed", denied to make more records (fired), or even killed. The Art Business has maybe one of the highest death statistics of all professions. Why?
Many artists are themselves involved in the Occult and members of secret societies like the ones mentioned above, and the Church of Satan. They are practicing Occultism and Black Magic (like Marilyn Manson, Ozzy Osbourne, Led Zeppelin to name a few), and this web site has the ambition to reveal what is behind the "glamour". Their task is to demoralize our youth, to create a society where no one is able to think for themselves (contrary to what the pop culture is trying to teach us, that rock music is rebellious and good for us). The musicians are often acting degraded and high or low on drugs, so their fans start acting the same, because if the celebrities are doing it, it is cool; the purpose is to create apathy and decay. Quite a few artists also put subliminal backward messages in their music, like Led Zeppelin, Michael Jackson, The Eagles, and more ... Here is a website that tells you more about Backmasking: http://www.nauglefest.net/backmask.htm.
Does this all sound crazy? Unbelievable? Yes, it certainly does - for most people. However, hopefully the readers will change their minds after have read the information on this website, and the powerful testimonies from people who themselves are/were working in the Music Industry. My ambition is NOT to put a stop to music, but to try putting a stop to the evil agenda that rules the Industry, and prevent them from picking young, talented people and have them "Sell their Souls to Rock And Roll (And Mind Control)" in exchange for money and glory. The truth is, that those rich and famous artists cannot enjoy their wealth and glory at all, as they are very trapped and controlled and feel miserable most of the time. This, of course, is nothing new. You can read about miserable artists all the time in the newspaper. Only problem is that no one is asking the question why they are so miserable although they seem to "have it all"...The truth is, you can not be happy if you are constantly traumatized and controlled; it doesn't matter how many millions you have on your bank account.
And who am I? I am Wes Penre, a former rock musician and composer. I am one of those who did not fit into the Agenda of the Elite. I am one of those who at that time didn't understand why my revealing lyrics and melodic songs were not appreciated by the big Record Companies. Now I know better. And no matter what some people might think, I am NOT a bitter, failed musician, who wants to "get even" with the Industry. I live a life I am very happy with, and even if I had the chance again, I would not sign up to be a professional musician. In a better world I would, but I will NOT sacrifice my body and soul to make big bucks for the Illuminati.
Now, enjoy your research into this field! Unfortunately, not many researchers seem willing to confront this topic, so when I write this, I am one of the few who exposes this without having a religious or personal agenda. Whatever you may think of the following, it will definitely open your eyes, and next time you see an interview with one of those artists, listen to a concert, or listen to a CD, you will recognize some of what is written here. Again, my intention is not to have you stop listening to music. I still find much of the rock music being great, and I listen to it daily - but with a new insight ...
When you are a child, have you ever been mystified by the vast number of stories about monsters? You may be exposed to all kinds of stories about scary monsters. But most of those monsters usually come from fairy tales or your own imagination. As you grow up, you learn that they are not real. Still, for some, the nagging question on the existence of monsters still exist. So they carry on the search for monsters.
Monsters myths and legends.
There are so many stories from so many different sources that sometimes, it's hard to tell what is real, and what is unreal. Usually, stories about monsters start from unusual sightings. It could be a sighting of a rare animal, or even a sighting of the silhouette of an animal. These sightings are commonly described as frightening, and they are weaved into interesting stories and reports and shared with others.
Here, we have a potential myth or legend in the making. Over time, as the stories get passed down from generation to generation, they become real. People start to believe in the myths and legends. Often, the myths become more powerful as storytellers add their own figments of imagination to the stories. So as the stories get passed on from, they become distorted and skewed to such a stage that it's impossible to separate fact from fiction.
Many of these stories take place in destinations that are remote and desolate. For example, you often hear stories about monsters in thick forests, snow mountains, etc. Remember the Yeti, or bigfoot? These monsters roam such places. And these also happen to be places where human investigations are almost impossible to take place.
There was a documentary that showed a man traveling to these remote areas to investigate myths on monsters such as vampires and werewolves. Their work brought them to some of the most remote places in Asian countries. When they reached the destination, they set up camp and put out their monitoring equipment. Their equipment included cameras and lights. The place was deserted, with no human beings living in the area.
In fact, the experience was a scary one for the entire investigation team. They had to monitor their surroundings in pitch dark, using only their torch lights for visibility. They stayed up all night, taking turns to monitor the cameras and scouting the surroundings for movements.
One member caught sight of an animal darting across his path. He caught in on his video camera, and he immediately chased after it. But in the dark, they quickly lost the animal.
When they went back to the labs, they approached professionals to show them footages of their video. All they saw was an immensely huge furry animal darting across the path. It was so quick that they couldn't even take a good look at the animal. It could have been a werewolf, or it could have been a very big dog.
The documentary ended leaving the viewer guessing. After all, that's how myths have always worked. The search for monsters never ends.
Usefull tips for dating women
The dating guide for men
Dating is not difficult. You guys don’t have to work your asses off as long as you know which buttons to push. First, as a woman myself, I want to tell you some small facts about us.
1. We like to work for it and what we want is a challenge.
2. We want our guy to be confident, but NOT arrogant. Fine line there guys.
3. We always prefers it if you are interested, but not too interested and not right away.
4. We want to be flattered, but we do not like phony ones or bad pick up lines.
5. We want our guy to be well groomed and nice clothed. If in doubt, check out this article on what you should do before a date http://dating-guide4men.blogspot.com/2008/12/before-you-start-dating_04.html
6. By all means, don’t brag or enlighten us about your previous dating with other women.
7. Be polite! We hate it when you’re not.
8. What we dislike even more is when you grope us. Just don’t do that, ok?
9. If you make us laugh, we’ll remember you and want more contact.
10. We just love men who manage to make us feel like the most attractive and special girl in the room.
11. We worship men who’re fascinating, charming and appealing. If you have a way with words then that’s just perfect!
If nothing on the dating list above applies to you, if you are not appealing or excellent with words, don’t sweat it. It’s why I’m here. This article is for educating you guys about the art of dating. If there is information you want that you cant find here, you will probably find it on this Site about dating
But back to business. The key to dating is: You have to pursue women in a subtle way without seeming to be interested in them. Complicated? A little but you’ll get used to it. Dating rule number one is to have her believe you’re not that into her. For example, you walk into a bar and you are on the look out for a girl to start dating. There are lots of women there, but on in particular catches your eye. She is beautiful, sexy and the hottest girl in there. You really want her, you want to start dating her maybe, but instead of approaching here you most likely think something like: “She’s all the way out of my league. Lets settle for the plain girl over there.” If you are thinking this then you are committing your first, and maybe worst, mistake. In the world of dating, cowardice is a no-no and confidence is something you gotta have. What I want to teach you, is how you walk up to the hottest girl in the room and not feel like you are dying. I’m guessing you want to know how? Let me explain the secret to you.
When you go into this room and you notice the drop-dead-gorgeous blonde at the bar, it’s very likely that she is used to lots of guys hitting on her and she’s probably had enough of lousy dating and stupid comments. She wont appreciate you being rude, or giving her the wrong type of attention. Trust me on this. Guys have had busy hands around me more times than I want to remember, and I must have been the subject for all the pick up lines known to man, and I have news for you…. It’s not that cool. We never ever begin dating guys who does that. Your goal is for her to think about you after you leave. Not because you were acting like a horny teenager, but because you were funny and charming. I know you feel like dating all the gorgeous women out there, and if you do, follow my advice. It will definitively help you. So let us pretend the girl is standing by the bar. One way you can do this is to arrange yourself to be close to her, right next to her is even better, glance at her once (ONLY her face) then look away. Act as if you’re not interested in her. When a sexy girl is being ignored, she becomes curious and attention seeking. Trust me, I am the exact same way. When you have done this, you will have her attention and she will want you to notice her. This is exactly what you want! This is the first step of getting girls to go out with you, and once you have mastered this the rest is easy. In my next article I will tell you more about how to get her to say yes.