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And here is an example of "The Confusion Technique" being used by gypsys to make a living the old fashioned way, by STEALING.


"it is possible to put a person into altered state of consciousness and achieve results before the person knows what's happening. It is even possible to use naturally occuring trance (when reading, when commuting) to do something bad.

In Russia we have these Gypsy "fortune teller", who are trained in hypnosis from their childhood and use it to steal. I'm not being nationalist here. Obviously there is just a small number of Gypsies who do it, but no other ethnic group is known for this. I once came under attack from such "fortune -teller" in broad daylight, and my NLP training allowed me not only to avoid the attack, but also to realize what exactly was happening. So I can attest that they indeed use hypnosis for their criminal ends." LINK

Published: Wednesday, February 2, 2005

Theft victims blame hypnotizing Gypsies

By Kim Murphy
Los Angeles Times

MOSCOW - He was striking, with dark eyes, a long black ponytail and a stylish suit. He had a large, cheap ring that Olga couldn't stop looking at as he waved his hand repeatedly in front of her face.

"He was talking gibberish," she recalled. That he had left his wallet in a taxi. That he was supposed to meet someone at Sheremetyevo Airport. That he couldn't remember where he lived.

Olga offered him the $250 in her purse for a taxi, but he said it wouldn't be enough. She found herself leading the man up to her apartment. There, she opened her safe and counted out $500. "Can I have more?" he asked. "Can I have the 7,000 rubles in your purse?" Without replying, Olga emptied her wallet into his hands.

As they rode back down the elevator, Olga knew the man was a thief. She knew she should demand her money back before it was too late. But she couldn't open her mouth. "I was in a trance," she said later.

Almost immediately after he left, Olga broke into hysterical sobs and phoned a friend, who persuaded her to go to the police. There, detectives nodded knowingly. "Gypsy hypnosis," they said. LINK to original


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LINK to example of Scientology's Hubbard using the technique

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