Pale in Comparison

You’d think the ability to cause audio, visual, touch, taste, smell and muscle reactions with the torture technologies might be a full and complex sensory experience. But it integrates with existing concurrent sensory input. It does not overwhelm the victim’s senses. It’s an addition.

The torture group creates complex torture attacks. Because they involve all torture technologies frequently excepting often the muscle control technology in every single attack done on any victim at any time they become a part of the victim’s sensory memory. So when the torture group attacks with an attack previously used it triggers the victim’s memory of the past.

You’d think this could be highly manipulative. That it would discombobulate the victim. Because victims have reported how susceptible they can be to other torture attacks. Well it occasionally works that way. Something stops it from working true. The torture group rarely stops running the current torture attack schedule. This means a torture attack replayed from past torture is a secondary attack in conjunction to the ongoing regularly scheduled torture attack.

This means the victim is getting a new memory of the present and the past combined together. It makes the past less vibrant in comparison. For example I just put some music I used to listen to more than eight years ago onto my music player. Because the torture group refused to run the torture attack focusing on the music I’m listening to with the positivity and intensity from the past I did not enjoy the music like I once did. The thought voice was aware of my sensation torture and based her opinion on that.

The torture group will do a full strength full sensory repeat of a past torture attack when they choose. It’s rare though. It takes an effort to change the computer programming from the current to the former. It also is taxing on the torture technologies to run an intense attack high enough to at least take the “lead” in the victim’s sensory input. Like making the victim feel freezing cold as they sit underneath a glaring sun.

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