The Human Touch

The torture group does sensation torture they like to pretend is people touching the victim. This is impossible but faked very well. Some of the torture attacks have cut to the root of human sensory perception. A human being immediately recognizes the shape of a hand even the partial shape.

The torture group does more to add to the realism. They show the victim the person touching them. This goes very wrong visually. There is a correct way to show a visual matched to sensation technology activity on the victim’s body. Instead the torture group shows a false image of the victim’s body where it is being touched. An animation of both the person touching the victim and the victim’s body being touched. It’s like seeing a live video of your back. That’s not right. I shouldn’t be seeing that body part.

This is not spotted quickly because the visuals appear and disappear so fast. The victim is concentrating on the feeling not the errors in the visual. The victim understands no one is there but at the same time it’s like someone is. The visual isn’t the only secondary technique of the attack.

The torture group is always explaining verbally the events occurring to the victim. There is no action taken by the torture group without the guidance of their computerized speech program. They always have to tell the victim what they’re doing. Because they’re insecure of themselves and controlling like that.

What can be described as occurring is touch. The touch of a machine. The torture group’s attempt to make it seem real reportedly does work. But most likely those reports aren’t honest accounts of what the victim thinks. Victims know the touch is improbable but experiencing it leads them to believe in magic. Literally, some do.

 

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