Here's the link - I'm not sure if it's the whole program, but the science channel does do reruns pretty frequently:
It was eerily close to home; one of the aspects I picked up on was how quickly the hypnotist was able to condition people to drop into a trance state almost instantaneously. I really believe that that's part of the sgi conditioning . . . how many nmrk's does it take to numb a mind and open the door to being battered with propaganda? One of the people involved in running the tv experiment was someone who specializes in false recovered memories - I wish she would've spoken a bit more, because that seems even more closely related to our cult experiences (i.e., being conditioned to believe the untrue).
You didn't happen to practice in the southwest, did you nuevopionero? Just curious.
By the way, corboy, many years ago I worked for an IT company, reporting to the COO. After he was fired for some very skeevy stuff, I had to help pack up his office; I found a document stating that he was a certified hypnotist. Given some of the stuff he was into (he actually went to prison for awhile), it cast an even more sinister shadow on him as far as I was concerned. I'd been hypnotized a few times and it was extra-creepy that he had such a powerful tool in his hands.
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