Hypnosis: When an enemy agent decided to follow our mind control operative, he was up for a big surprise.
hypnosis. Agent Tatyana was sent to Washington, with a background in psychological operation, she is now a hypnotist for hire. Her mission was to find former member of national defense staff, and gain access to their intelligence system... hypnosis
Having just been promoted to the rank of Major General, you are delighted to serve
your duties at the cosy neighborhood of Washington, DC. One day a young graduate
student from Georgetown University ask you for help with her Ph.D The young lady
talks with a Russian accent, and according your intelligence source, she grew up in
Siberia, her mother was a former Soviet psychological warfare instructor, now energy
no matter what happens, as a former intelligence officer yourself, you are confident
that you can handle this red head college girl.
So you went to lunch with her; you noticed her deep penetrating eyes. The
talk on her thesis was pleasant, uneventful, even boring. The conversation was a
knowledgeable in the field of psycho-hallucinatory drugs.
She invited you back to her condo for a drink and some caviar. You are happy to
oblige. After all, you feel good just helping this exchange student to finish her
thesis, as the two you talk, she began telling you how much she appreciate your help,
and how men in Washington seems to be falling head over heels to help her research.
Espionage or spying involves a government or individual obtaining information that is considered secret or confidential without the permission of the holder of the information. Espionage is inherently clandestine, as it is taken for granted that it is unwelcome and, in many cases illegal and punishable by law. It is a subset of intelligence gathering—which otherwise may be conducted from public sources and using perfectly legal and ethical means.
Espionage is often part of an institutional effort by a government or commercial concern, however the term is generally associated with state spying on potential or actual enemies primarily for military purposes. Spying involving corporations is known as industrial espionage.
One of the most effective ways to gather data and information about an enemy (or potential enemy) is by infiltrating the enemy's ranks. This is the job of the spy (espionage agent). Spies can bring back all sorts of information concerning the size and strength of an enemy army. They can also find dissidents within the enemy's forces and influence them to defect. In times of crisis, spies can also be used to steal technology and to sabotage the enemy in various ways. Counterintelligence operatives can feed false information to enemy spies, protecting important domestic secrets and preventing attempts at subversion. Nearly every country has very strict laws concerning espionage, and the penalty for being caught is often severe. However, the benefits that can be gained through espionage are generally great enough that most governments and many large corporations make use of it to varying degrees.
Hypnosis is a state of human consciousness involving focused attention and reduced peripheral awareness and an enhanced capacity for response to suggestion. Theories explaining what occurs during hypnosis fall into two groups. Altered state theories see hypnosis as an altered state of mind or trance, marked by a level of awareness different from the ordinary conscious state. In contrast, Non-state theories see hypnosis as a form of imaginative role-enactment