How To Hypnotize Someone – Learn The Art of Covert Hypnosis
We’ve all seen those public demonstrations where volunteers are brought on stage to cluck like a chicken after being hypnotized.
That’s what I like to call "mainstream hypnosis". It’s fun, and it’s the only form of hypnosis that most people are familiar with.
However, much more powerful than that is a form of hypnosis that’s banned by the law from being used by advertising agencies, in business and on most radio and TV stations.
It’s called "Covert Hypnosis" and don’t be surprised if you haven’t heard about it before.
Advanced, secretive and even more powerful than most governments care to admit, but it’s true, real and the secret society that has guarded how it works has finally cracked like an egg.
Years ago I attended a Las Vegas show where the hypnotist on stage did just what everyone expected… he hypnotized his volunteers right before our eyes.
You know… volunteers were invited on stage, put to sleep, convinced they had become chickens and then they all started clucking. This in itself was amazing to me at the time, but there was something about him that really caught my eye.
What really separated this hypnotist from the rest was his ability to make the volunteers do things without them even being aware of it. At the end of the demonstration none of the volunteers had any idea that they had been hypnotized.
This got me totally excited about the profession and so I began to devour everything I could to learn how to do the same.
First, that it was not that hard to hypnotize people without them knowing and second, there were a lot more situations where being able to hypnotize people could really work to my advantage… Making money doing this kind of stuff had already crossed my mind.
Sure there are hundreds of books already written on this type of hocus-pocus art form, but what I wanted to know was how to do the super secret stuff that’s mainly referred to as "Covert Hypnosis".
Shortly after returning home from Las Vegas, I began my hypnosis research once again. My dream one day would be to become a master public hypnotist – or so I thought.
One thing led to the next. Until soon, all the most mysterious and darkest pieces of information all pointed back to people in Las Vegas with very exotic sounding names.
Already very familiar with sin city, I immediately picked up the phone and called the theater box office of the show I had seen A girl named Destiny answered.
Not sure who she was, but I told her about my research and she confirmed my suspicions and admitted that there was a society and that members did live all over the world.
I found out that this hypnotist I had… Read more…