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Losing Sight Over Meaningless Patterns

Losing Sight Over Meaningless Patterns

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Published by Anthony Forwood
An article for targets of organized stalking
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Published by: Anthony Forwood on Oct 17, 2011
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Losing Sight Over Meaningless Patterns
By Anthony ForwoodCopyright 2011 © All rights reservedI just read another blog about someone’s gang-stalking experiences (titled ‘
WagingPsyops, Psychotronics, Stalking, and Theater on Military Personnel 
’), and this personwas making certain claims that I found to be completely illogical, and I want to pointthem out so that other TIs can understand how it’s possible to start over-analyzingthings to the point of completely losing sight of reality. At least this person got it rightin the opening lines of his blog, where he states, regarding this secret war against us,that “its purpose is to totally destroy your well being and your reality of what is realand what is not.” I’m afraid that it has (at least temporarily) destroyed this person’sperceptions. I just hope he comes to understand this and readjusts his sense of reason, not just for the sake of his own sanity and mental well-being, but also for thesake of how TIs in general will be viewed by everyone else.Although much of what this person says is probably quite accurate and reflects whatmany TIs experience, this leads into the more questionable observations that hemakes, which is what I want to point out. At first, he started out noticing that histhings often went missing or were tampered with, then he would get obscene phonecalls, and then he noticed that cars seemed to be following him. All fair enough, up tothis point.But then this person starts claiming things that are a little less reasonable – thingsthat he has no reason to give any personal meaning to: cars that were pulled over onthe side of the road with their hazard lights on, the conversations of strangers wereseen as being about him, fire trucks being everywhere he went. It gets even worse:the letters missing on a Toyota so that it read “Toy t”, or an Isuzu that read “Is u” were seen as personal messages to this person.He started thinking that he was being followed by certain makes of cars – Grand Ams,Geo Metros, and Ford Probes. He states, “You could tell that these cars werefollowing, because they would have erratic patterns. Some would stick close, andsome would turn off, and another would pick up where the other turned off.” I don’tknow what anybody else thinks, but it seems to me that these are fairly commonmakes of vehicles, and driving in a relatively populated area, it’s easy to always bewithin close proximity to one of several makes of cars at any particular time in anygiven day. This person went on to say that he was even being followed by people whowere AHEAD of him in traffic, that the people in these cars were somehow GUESSINGwhich way he was going to go, and following him this way in order to not looksuspicious.Do you see how this person has started to turn otherwise normal and innocentpatterns of activity going on around him into personal issues in order to fulfill hissuspicions that he was being targeted? Do you understand how this comes about? Incase you don’t, I’ll try to explain it further on.
He goes on to claim that he was being stereotyped by the sort of things he bought instores, the make of his car, and the places he frequented. However, this is onlynormal in today’s consumerist, status-oriented society. It is not specific to beingtargeted.Like many TIs, this person went from what seemed like a promising career to anabject state of poverty, and this will certainly have a negative effect on one’s self-esteem and sense of security, leading to extreme uncertainty, feelings of inadequacy,and eventually questioning what might have led to such a state, even to the point of looking for outside influences that may have consciously caused it to happen. Perhapsthere are outside forces at work, but we need to stay within the limits of reason andlogic if we’re to properly assess our situations, and I think that many TIs lose thisunderstanding at some point. But it’s not completely their fault, and shouldn’t be heldagainst them unless they refuse to consider any other explanation that might a morelogical understanding.As TIs trying to understand what’s going on, we often entertain what might seem likemore outlandish (although still quite possible) ideas, such as what this person startsto imagine. He suggests that he might be being used as a slave, and that this was allfor the entertainment of others. However, no logic is given for these speculativeideas, and little to no evidence exists to support them in the individual cases cited.This person goes on to wonder about post-hypnotic suggestions being made throughcertain signs and symbols used as triggers, and states, “I remember instances whereeverything that has happened to me, was told to me almost 20 years before. It waslike it was already pre patterned.” Now, as to this latter claim, might it not be that welay much of the foundation for the path our lives take through our early attitudes andexpectations for ourselves, rather than that someone else had dictated such things tous early on? This person doesn’t give any further explanation for this statement orwho it was that told him these things, so we don’t know how the idea was arrived at,but I can say from personal experience that many of my own expectations that havebeen fulfilled in my own life are directly related to ‘predictions’ I made about myself when I was quite young, and even through dreams that I’ve had over the years.Being centered out as a target seems to fulfill part of those expectations, and I don’tdeny that I consciously brought about many of the circumstances that have led to theexcuse for targeting me, and I knew that far back, at least half-consciously, what theresults of my attitudes and expectations might possibly lead to. Should I claim thatsomeone else had told me that these things would occur, or should I take possessionof my own sense of foresight, and at least some of the responsibility for where I’m at?I’ll say some more about this in a little bit.The worst outcome of all this for this person is how he starts to take otherwisecommon things to be personally meaningful and directed at him specifically. Forinstance, he explains that his name starts with a ‘T’, and this leads him to believingthat certain acronyms he sees that use a T, such as TD, TV, TC, etc., are all messagesor triggers placed there for him specifically. Now, this is getting very illogical. Thereare only 26 letters in the alphabet, with T being the second most commonly used
letter in the English language, so the fact that it’s going to show up in his day-to-dayexperiences is perfectly normal. He sees the abbreviation TD, meaning ‘touch down’ where it’s used in relation to a football game, and automatically equates it with asecret message for him, applying illogical assumptions that lead to the conclusion thatit’s a comment about his sexuality, which he’s already insecure about because of certain past incidents related to his initial targeting. He goes on to claim that theacronym ‘TV’ is significant because his name starts with T and his wife’s name startswith V.He goes on to state, “I believe that this is pre patterned association that can be usedon anyone who's name starts with the letter T. I believe it is code that is computergenerated, and depending on your level of awareness, it can be used to give andreceive subconscious messages. It can be patterned for whoever depending on whatletter their name starts with, and what acronyms or abbreviated letter associationsthere are.” This explanation lacks any supporting evidence to base it on, and is onlymeant to justify his perceptions in order to make himself feel that he’s beingreasonable in his hyper-vigilance. If you consider what is proposed, however, youquickly see that it’s more than a little short of being logical.This person then begins to use this faulty logic to explain further distortions in hisperceptions. He sees the connection between his and his wife’s names and ‘TV’, andthis leads to seeing connections between himself and what is shown on TV. He startsbelieving that TV shows and commercials are directed at him personally. He seesrelationships between situations and events portrayed on TV and those in his own life,and thinks that it’s more than just coincidence.Next, he starts examining words and phrases that he hears or sees, breaking themdown into syllables and looking for secret meanings there. Even the normal actionsand gestures of others start to be examined for secret meanings. Everything aroundhim becomes filled with secret messages to him personally – taunts, warnings, andsignals from his perps that are meant to tell him something particular.
Patterns of Unreason
The uncertainty that TIs face regarding their situation naturally leads to looking foranswers, and puts them on constant high alert for further signs and patterns of activity that might relate to what is going on. As we can see in this real-life example,this search for answers can result in seeing things that we don’t normally notice butare nonetheless always there, and we can easily begin to assume that this newawareness of these things is due to them having only suddenly arisen, or suddenlyhaving a meaningfulness that wasn’t there before.Let me explain some things about patterns, which underlie all rules of order – thebasis of logic and reason. For a pattern to be meaningfully significant, it has to followfrom cause to effect. A series of things or events don’t make up a meaningful patternunless they lead to a particular effect. The meaning is the effect. Beyond a patternrequiring some sort of meaningfulness, drawing it out of a miasma of otherwiserandom occurrences requires recognizing its qualifiers. A pattern requires more than

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