REM Sleep Deprivation in Mind Control Subjects

dark eyes open

The past 3 nights have been terrible for me, I have not even had dreams when I usually dream very vividly all night long. I go to sleep for a couple hours and then I am up again and I only fall asleep just enough to where I wake up the minute I start to drift off. Last night, I woke up only a couple hours after going to bed and then did not fall asleep until immediately before my husbands alarm went off and could not go back to sleep even though I am exhausted and know I need it badly. While, I am awake my body itches in random places, just enough itches at just the right pace to keep me waking up each time I think I am about to fall asleep and the whole time having racing thoughts about topics and people I don’t really care about, but, the thoughts seem to be implanted just circular around in around again attempting to make me get upset toward someone I am not even truly upset at. I knew they weren’t my thoughts so I just kept bringing myself back to meditation. Tonight, I will have to take over the counter sleep meds liberally just to force myself to get REM. This is not a sleep disorder, however, this is part of my programming regimen as a mind control subject. Here is some relevant info on what is actually happening to me:

REM Sleep Deprivation:

1. The Rapid Eye Movement (REM) stage of sleep is controlled and
usually limited to one to two cycles per night resulting in micro-
sleeps during the day. REM deprivation inhibits short-term memory, concentration, tactile abilities, verbal articulation, reasoning, and self will. Protein synthesis is inhibited and thereby reduces the subject’s ability to heal after physical damage or after periods of extensive exercise. The result is that the subject’s general health degrades as does social bonds and work/school performance.

2. The NSA performs control of REM Sleep through various methods. Posthypnotic implants can be implanted that place a subject in a light sleep (posthypnotic trance) with various combinations of muscular tension and computer cycling implant deliveries (to be discussed later).

3. Subjects typically complain of no sleep, restless sleep, waking up every hour on the hour, staying awake until the hour they have to get up, waking up an hour after they retire and not returning to sleep, and typically cannot recall any dreams. Additionally, they will complain of repeating torturing thoughts, racing thoughts, and facial itching and numbness. Daily fatigue, poor recall of names, and caffeine consumption is typical.

4. Dark rings’ surrounding the eyes is evident and the darkened area around the eyes can be reported as sore or tender by the subject. The subtle perceptual impairing effects of REM deprivation make it more difficult for the subject to identify the REM Deprivation problem. When the REM depravation onslaught is gradual and accompanied by a posthypnotic command that the subject “will feel energetic and rested”, the subject will not recognize the REM Deprivation.
Additional posthypnotic commands can be implanted that will make it difficult for the subject to “see or perceive” the rings surrounding
their eyes. I have seen many subjects with very dark eye rings and
the subjects could not recognize them at all.
by Will Filer