In a virtual world anything is possible. Recently made available to the public in April 2016, is computerized sensory simulation so real it’s indistinguishable from normal consciousness. The implications are staggering. For the first time an entire world population can be influenced by a created reality which, formerly, only hard drugs could produce. Once you put on the headset and the program is chosen, an entirely new world opens up before your eyes. Now you’re standing on top of a skyscraper, looking down at the street below; don’t move, or you might fall to your death. Next, a life-size Tyrannosaurus is staring at you from 20 feet away; it looks ferocious, and those teeth could devour you at any moment. When it steps forward, you cringe; and when it walks above you, the scaly underside can be seen in detail.
In a virtual world there are ET’s and UFO’s, icons from history past, and every fantasy that you – or someone else – can imagine. For instance, just think of what a powerful mind programming tool it would be in the hands of a despot! Suddenly he’s a hero, and you’re ready to submit to his proclamations. Hitler and Stalin wished they had such a mind control advantage as Virtual Reality.
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