Media mirroring as mind control
Media mirroring was an aspect of the TI experience I hadn’t been
willing to talk about, because the effort involved seemed truly
immense, and made me feel I’d been singled out for special persecution
even by TI standards. But a chance conversation on a blog alerted me
to the use of this tactic on others.
Media mirroring is a disturbing tactic, and one that may be used on
many people who are unaware of the significance of coincidences they
encounter in television programming; even many TI’s find it hard to
believe in. It’s something I’m going to have to work up to in this
I haven’t owned a TV since 1992, but in shared living situations
like the one I was in until recently, a TV with cable hookup was
available, so I watched it. I told myself that as long as I only
watched “the good stuff”, TV wasn’t that harmful, and even a pleasant
diversion.I no longer think there is any “good stuff” on TV, and TV isn’t worth
watching, even if it’s free. To help you understand why I think this
way, let me go off on a tangent about creativity.
Creativity is an innate human ability. It isn’t necessary to
nurture this trait to enable it to come out. Public education is used
as a form of psychological conditioning to suppress creative impulses,
so they are only expressed in ways that are acceptable to the State.
For example, creative energy might be directed towards belittling
others who openly question officially sanctioned lies.
Pay-for-creativity is a form of mind control. When you’re getting
feedback based on whether your thoughts – expressed through whatever
medium you’re using – are “good”, when your ability to survive and
obtain shelter depends on getting positive feedback, then you naturally
channel your thoughts in directions that favor the entities offering
People do not have to be offered incentives to be creative. Just
take a look at the Open Source movement, where skilled
computer programmers give away their work for
free, or at the rapidly growing arsenal of how-to videos and
individuals’ entertainment videos on YouTube.
Given that the supply of creativity greatly outclasses the ability
of television to deliver it in video form, television executives have
no shortage of options when considering what to broadcast. Much of
what goes on at TV studios is a winnowing process, eliminating
television programming ideas that do not fit a corporate-approved mind
control agenda. The survivors of this process know how the game is
played. They might seem to be free, and creative, but they have
internalized boundaries for their creativity. Those who overstep the
invisible boundaries get reprimanded, fired, or even targeted.
What I’ve said up until now isn’t very controversial. The idea that
television is a mind control platform has been accepted by a large and
growing number of people. However, targeted individuals have come face
to face with a much more personalized level of control, and television
– allegedly a broadcast medium – plays a role.
Let’s get back to media mirroring. Several TI’s, including myself,
have encountered instances of television programs that we watch
regularly containing messages that are specifically directed at us.
I’ll describe a few of the ways in which this has happened to me.
- Stuttering: the television program won’t be
altered, but the cable connection will flake out at a specific time,
for example when a character on a TV mentions a triggering phrase.
- Scheduling: syndicated reruns are usually
scheduled on pretty short notice. Reruns of a program I watched
regularly were chosen on the basis of what I had been doing or talking
about a few days before.
- Altering: I encountered a few instances where
reruns were altered to contain messages specifically directed at me,
and I compared the episode on DVR to what was available on Hulu
to confirm they had been altered in the places I’d noticed. The
alterations were minor, for example changing the color of a stationary
object, or changing verbiage on signs. By the way, confirmation via
Hulu might stop working once perps get more sophisticated and start
modifying video streams coming from your Internet Service Provider.
- Original content: To me, this is the creepiest
kind of media mirroring. New episodes of a program I was watching (a
cartoon) had content that was specifically directed at me. In some
cases, the episodes came out only a few days after the experiences in
my life they were mocking. I haven’t verified whether all of these
alterations are available on the official broadcast copies, via Hulu,
but some of them are.
One widely held belief that seems crazy to challenge is that TV is a
broadcast medium, that whatever you’re watching on TV is exactly the
same as what everyone else tuned to the same channel at the same time
is watching. I and others have seen evidence directly contradicting
A couple of questions come to mind. How many others are these
techniques being used on, without being aware of it? And how is it
accomplished? I can only try to tackle the second question, and even
then I can offer only theories, not definitive answers.
For the altered syndicated programming I’ve seen, I believe perps
have plenty of time to fire up a video editor and make minor
modifications, and sneak a copy into the local TV station.
For original content, in some cases the TI might be getting a
customized view. Lots of material in TV shows ends up on the cutting
room floor. That material might wind up in a copy rebroadcast in the
TI’s viewing area.
In other cases, the TI’s adventures might be milked for their
entertainment value, and shared with a world wide audience. Anything
Alternatively, the TI’s handlers might know of the material in a TV
show the TI will be watching in advance, and arrange street theater or
neurolinguistic programming in the TI’s life so the material will be a
It’s an interesting topic of discussion (how they do it), but the
important lesson to take away here is that the infrastructure is in
place to deliver customized messages via broadcast media such as
television. We shouldn’t assume that it’s restricted to video; print
media might also be customized. On the other hand, it’s reasonable to
assume that these capabilities are widely used, and not just against