My Exit page for Scientologists and ex-members. For example, we all have friends who walk in their sleep, in some cases performing eats of balancing on narrow balconies which would be impossible in the waking state. When they awaken, they have no knowledge of what has happened yet their bodies were certainly under control of some directing force. Better as an illustration is the man who talks in his sleep. At times we can enter into conversation with him. If we are careful and know how to proceed, he will talk just as sanely and often far more frankly than when awake.
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He used hypnosis to help spies have split personalities to not actually know they were spies in case of capture. He stated it was easy to create and easy to cure using hypnosis. He joined the First Canadian Division in his teens and at the age of 19 became the youngest commissioned Officer.
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1963: Hypnotist George Estabrooks admits creating multiple personality assassins
Estabrooks and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. From Hypnotism, by G. Estabrooks, , Paperback published in New York by E. Dutton Reproduced here by permission of Dutton. In general, we accept the hallucination as the final test of hypnotism. Your jaws are locked in place and you cannot pronounce your own name. We reinforce this by our own suggestions that the hands are locked tightly together and once again the difficulty he has in parting his hands gives us a fairly good cue as to what will happen with more advanced tests.