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Let's talk about programming triggers. 🚨SRA/ULTRA WARNING: I WILL BE LISTING ACTUAL TRIGGERS HERE!🚨#SayBraveThings #SurvivorsUnite #Discernment #TruthResonates #ByePhoenicia
* First, I want to make something clear. Seeing/ reading/hearing one or two of these does not automatically mean you're dealing with a bad actor. Use logic, and look at the bigger picture before judging.
* Triggers for mind control protocol can be words, phrases, visual stimuli, sounds, music, touch...they are all employed. Everyone is programmed uniquely, but there are a lot of common triggers out there.
* This account suddenly followed me earlier today, and is an excellent example of deliberate attempts at triggering. Most notably, the profile photo was the primary red flag.
* Some folks simply like dressing up as animals, and that's perfectly ok. However, animal themes are a HUGE part of mind control programming. Add in the rainbow colors, unicorns, and other symbolism in this profile, now we have a definite pattern.
* Scrolling through the account's page proved to reveal a large number of them, all related to my own programming. This was, of course, deliberate. So it was an instablock for that particular puppy-person. #ByePhoenicia
* There are at least thousands of triggers out there, so it is impossible to list them all. What I'll do here is list a number of the visual ones I personally know to be common. Fellow survivors, feel free to add any I might miss.
* In no particular order, and off the top of my head, some visual triggers are:
* Animal costumes/masks/ears; (bunny/puppy/cat/panda/lamb, to name a few common ones.)
Purple hearts
Playing cards
* Rainbow colors
Pizza related things
Disney characters
A solitary shoe
Lightning bolts
Theatre masks
Wizard of Oz characters/items
Ballet slippers
* Butterflies
Raggedy Ann/Andy
A solitary eye, or overpowering eye imagery with no face
Tree of Life
Crescent moon
Skulls (particularly the Jolly Roger)
Pirate ships
Top hats
* Ice cream cones
Candy canes
Classic smiley faces
Snoopy characters
Tom and Jerry
Witch hats
Rocking horse
* That is already a whole LOT, and trust me, it is far from a comprehensive list. Note that most phones contain emojis of most of these. That is not accidental. They are common for a reason.
* Many of the triggers I've listed here are also verbal/written word triggers. They all can activate various programming protocols.
* They can also be perfectly innocuous. So it is very important to use discernment before automatically assuming that someone is deliberately attempting to trigger programming.
* It should be clear at this point why I came to the judgement that this particular person was a bad actor. Multiple, blatant and seemingly unrelated triggers are a PATTERN.
Conversely, if the entire profile had been in a theme; all dog-related, for example, it might not have alerted my system in the first place. I might have simply thought she really, really, really loves dogs. It was the PATTERN. Too obvious.
* But in order to trigger me at all at this point, they've got to hit me with multiple triggers at once. Their desperation makes them heavy-handed, and therefore pitifully easy to spot.
* Above all, use your best judgement ALWAYS. Trust yourself and your gut. If something gives you a bad feeling, listen to what your body is trying to tell you. You can't go wrong that way.
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