Mixed Level of Control
"There is a proverb that a human being is stronger than
a stone and more tender than a flower."
- Habib Rahman, brother of Gul Rahman (Prisoner #24)
who died in CIA custody
http //www aljazeera com/indepth/features/2016/03/dark-prisoners-cia-torture-
Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable soul.
In the fell clutch of circumstance
I have not winced nor cried aloud.
Under the bludgeonings of chance
My head is bloody, but unbowed.
Beyond this place of wrath and tears
Looms but the Horror of the shade,
And yet the menace of the years
Finds, and shall find me, unafraid.
It matters not how strait the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate:
I am the captain of my soul.
-- William Ernest Henley (1875)
Invictus (means Unconquered). This poem has been used in one way or another by various people across the world along with
more information about the poem and its author. See:
Human Will During Long-Term Abuse of Various Types
Torture: prisons, cults, cartels, other countries (war enemies), corporate retaliation, psychotronics/electronic harassment,
gangstaking. Human will in any of these scenarios might include a mix of apparent giving in or succumbing to do anything to
survive. Given excessively harsh circumstances, no one can be judged for this. So human will can include basal, bare-bones
survival. In addition to this, a form of psychological or spiritual survival might include ongoing resistance by insisting on “God” or
“Allah” or “Jesus”….or some type of inner belief about higher meaning. Intermittent giving in and holding firm to such ideas, or
the idea that the tortured one is right or worthwhile and the victimizers wrong might occur - even with intermittency, human will
is in effect. Someone is inside the body being mishandled saying “I am” and/or “God is” even if it might have days of denial and
pleading in order to stop the pain. It is not weakness to have days of apparent sell-outs for a little peace and relief; in many
cases, it is just common sense. Torture involves the effort to dominate and wipe out a victim’s will, sense of identity, personal
spiritual beliefs and sacred center.
Illness or Medical Problem: As in the poem Invictus, the man is at once proclaiming self mastery and perhaps seeking solace
over and from his illness. Long-term illness might have the tendency to wear down a person’s will. People who find a reason to
live might find it through a connection to a spiritual soulmate, a career or education goal or some other pursuit with an end goal
War: Endless struggles in war zones, ceaseless bombings, refugee states, harsh conditions like inadequate or no food, water and
toilets/hygiene, mean and degrading soldiers and militants, rape and vandalism, and more can bring out the call for human will
to stay alive and seek a reason to see it through. It can be for the reasons mentioned above, and with similar intermittencies.
Gangstalking: People might still have a range of control over their bodies and minds with devices implanted and/or energy
waves around or within them being manipulated, but if the psychological aspects are toyed with, people might do mean or self-
sabotaging things even if they know better on some level. Aggressive and retaliative impulses toward family members,
colleagues, political opponents etc. might be triggered by both suggestions and chemicals or energies.
The tendency to give into suggestions or psychologically manipulated situations might increase over time if the negativity has
been battering a person for a long time. Resistance might go down much like an in-room torture attack (although long-distance
psyops attacks are also torture).
Human will should be stressed as an important component of resistance and success in overcoming psychic and psychotronic
attack. Perpetrators want you to think you don’t exist or are not important after they are done with you. Know that you are
always there down deep inside even if you seem to be giving out on yourself and others in a number of ways. You can always call
in or reclaim your human will. Sometimes in compromising for relief or short-ended gains, we turn on ourselves and our beliefs,
making it hard to feel good about ourselves later. Keep reclaiming your human will despite those real or apparent errors, set-
backs and so on. Having some sense of personal identity and being able to sense true spiritual energy as it connects with us can
Torture can be designed to make us feel like shit - like stupid, worthless objects. Imagine a retaliative non-American (like a
Pakistani Muslim or a Chilean Communist-Catholic) beating up psychically and physically on an American over many years as a
form of torture. He keeps telling that American what a low life he is and how Americans take things from other people, are lazy,
stupid, evil, arrogant and more. He says things like “You Americans think you are so smart compared to us Muslims [or Latinos].
So where are you now?” as that person is forced to sing for his supper (or uppers) or grovel for every penny. After a long time of
hearing that stuff and feeling attacked in one way or another, it can start to impact the person so that he or she acts out in
negative ways to himself and others.
The further a person slips off in self-hatred and despair, the harder it might be seem to be to reclaim human will. The victim can
become part of the angry wolf pack, going around beating up on people for feeling so much disgust and anger inside. Always
remember you can recall that human will, even if it is later during quiet moments when the attacks have stopped and there is
some breathing room to think more clearly. One of the problems can be lack of adequate sleep or true rest, constant agitation
and the feeling one will never be left alone from harassing surveillance. After awhile it can seem like we are dealing with rogue
animals in ourselves and others who cannot be reached and that all softer sides of human life are not real, cannot be counted on
or are easily stepped on or over.
When we find ourselves becoming one of the gangsters we must remember we do in fact have the power of human will. From
there, try to find the points of bad feelings inside yourself, to make a distinction between the points and the people we might feel
bitterness and anger toward. See if working on that point - and not the people - can make a difference if there seems to be no
peaceful way to work with the people who seem to be the problem. Sometimes working on the energy in ourselves can have an
impact on the people. Whether the people are guilty or not, sometimes the points inside ourselves help trigger or provoke their
meanness to us, and sometimes those points help trigger our meanness toward others. so if we work on those points, we might
be able to take the bull by the horns.
Recourse, Fixing the Problem, Protection
We need to live in a society in which such things are illegal and solvable by every citizen. We need to have legitimate ways to be
checked out for such invasions. We need to have protections, medical repairs and legal recourse easily available. We also need
answers about who, where, what and how these things are happening to us. Protection should be automatic and guaranteed.
Fixing the problem starts with both awareness and admittance on the part of co-conspirators. With large numbers of people part
of the problem, cover-ups and blocking progress are likely. A certain amount of personal ethics and responsibility are part of
the recourse package, because few people are perfect and completely blameless. The issue with psychotronics/psychic attack
seems to be to hook people at least partly using their weaknesses (like pet peeves) and hang-ups.
Updates: 11/02/2017; 11/01/2017