Satan: The Master Hypnotist
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After each general description of a person’s behavior under hypnosis, I will present specific examples of disbelievers’ identical behavior in Qur’an.
(1) The subject readily accepts the hypnotist’s suggestions as fact or reality. He neither questions them nor the hypnotist.
If you obey the majority of people on earth, they will lead you away from the path of God. For they follow only conjecture (presented to them as doctrine), and they only guess. (6:116)
(2) The subject has his own system of beliefs and ideas that fit the desires of the hypnotist.
We have appointed for every prophet enemies from among the human devils and jinn devils who invent lies made up of fancy words, and narrate them to each other, in order to deceive. Had your Lord willed, they would not have done it. You shall disregard them and their fabrications. (This is God’s will) in order that the minds of those who do not really believe in the Hereafter may listen thereto, readily accept such fabrications, and thus expose their true intentions. (6:112-113)
(3) The subject can be made to forget his own identity, specific experiences, and whole periods of life.
Do not be like those who forgot God, so He let them forget their own selves. They are the wicked ones. (59:19)
(4) The subject can be made to believe he experienced something that he never really experienced ot that never actually occurred.
Do not be like those who say, “We hear,” while they really do not. Indeed, the worst creatures in the sight of God are the deaf and dumb, who possess no common sense. (8:21-22)
(5) The subject may make false interpretations based on false premises conjured up in the hypnotic state. Outside efforts to correct his perceptions are useless as long as he is under hypnotic suggestion.
We control their minds and their visions as a consequence of their initial decision to disbelieve, and we keep them in their transgression blundering. (6:110)
Some of them may listen to you; but, can you make the deaf hear? They would never understand. Some of them may look at you; but, can you make the blind see? They would never see. (10:42-43)
(6) A hypnotized person can be made to think a real experience is a delusion.
We fully control the minds of the guilty. This is why they can never believe in this (Qur’an); just like their counterparts in previous generations. Even if we open up for them a gate into the heavens, through which they actually climb, they would say, “Our eyes are dazed. This is an illusion. We have been duped by magic.” (15:12-15)
(7) Through suggestion, the hypnotist can influence and make the subject’s senses cease to function normally. For example, a person with excellent vision can be told that he is blind, and he will be unable to see. This is like the INVISIBLE BARRIER PLACED BETWEEN THE DISBELIEVERS’ MINDS AND THE MOST OBVIOUS TRUTHS.
Multitudes of humans and jinns are destined for Hell. They are the ones who have minds that do not understand, eyes that do not see, and ears that do not hear. They are like animals; in fact, they are worse; they are totally unaware. (7:179)
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