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fabrications. This is to let the minds of those who do not believe in the Hereafter listen to such fabrications, and accept them, and thus expose their real convictions. (6:112-113)

3) The subject can be made to forget his own identity, specific experiences, and whole periods of life.

Do not be like those who forgot God, so He made them forget themselves. These are the wicked. (59:19)

4) The subject can be made to believe he experienced something that he never really experienced or that never actually occurred.

Do not be like those who say, “We hear,” when they do not hear. The worst creatures in the sight of God are the deaf and dumb, who do not understand. (8:21-22)

5) The subject may make false interpretations based on false premises conjured up in the hypnotic state. Outside efforts to correct his perceptions are useless as long as he is under hypnotic suggestions.

We control their minds and their hearts. Thus, since their decision is to disbelieve, we leave them in their transgressions, blundering. (6:110)

Some of them listen to you, but can you make the deaf hear, even though they cannot understand? Some of them look at you, but can you guide the blind, even though they do not see? (10:42-43)

6) A hypnotized person can be made to think a real experience is a delusion.

We thus control the minds of the guilty. Consequently, they cannot believe in him (the messenger). This has been the system since the past generations. Even if we opened for them a gate into the sky, through which they climb; they will say, “Our eyes have been deceived. We have been bewitched.” (15:12-15)

7) Through suggestion, the hypnotist can influence and make the subject’s

senses cease to function normally. For example, a person with excellent vision can be told he is blind, and he will be unable to see. This is like the “invisible barrier” placed between disbelievers’ minds and the most obvious truths.

We have committed to Hell multitudes of jinns and humans. They have minds with which they do not understand, eyes with which they do not see, and ears with which they do not hear. They are like animals; no, they are far worse—they are totally unaware. (7:179)

8) A hypnotized person can be active, responsive, and fully involved with an idea. However, the hypnotist can command the person to be non receptive to the real meaning of specific things.

The Master Hypnotist commands some of his subjects to pretend that they sincerely accept God’s guidance in the Quran, while they really do the exact opposite.

Some of them listen to you, then as soon as they leave they ask those who were enlightened, “What did he just say?” God thus seals their hearts and, consequently, they follow only their opinions. (47:16)

9) A subject can be led to inflict pain on himself without feeling it; he can also become insensitive to any pre-existing pain.

The Master Hypnotist dupes his victims into dismissing misfortune as “signs of piety” instead of tests and/or reminders to worship God alone. In keeping with their free choice, he also makes them blind to the severe spiritual injury they inflict upon themselves by rejecting God’s assertions that the Quran is complete, perfect, and fully detailed. (6:19, 38 & 114)

If only they implored when our test afflicted them! Instead, their hearts were hardened, and the devil adorned their works in their eyes. (6:43)

10) When questioned about their incentives for acting out post-hypnotic suggestions, subjects believe they act

on their own and make up plausible excuses for their behavior. Some say they feel compelled to act a certain way

They commit a gross sin, then say, “We found our parents doing this, and God has commanded us to do it.” Say, “God never advocates sin. Are you saying about God what you do not know?” (7:28)

The idol worshipers say, “Had God willed, we would not worship any idols besides Him, nor would our parents. Nor would we prohibit anything besides His prohibitions.” Those before them have done the same. Can the messengers do anything but deliver the complete message? (16:35)

11) A hypnotist can make a subject deny his own past actions.

On the day when we summon them all, we will ask the idol worshipers, “Where are the idols you set up?” Their disastrous response will be, “By God our Lord, we never were idol worshipers.” Note how they lied to themselves, and how the idols they had invented have abandoned them. (6:22-24)

The Day will come when God resurrects them all. They will swear to Him then, just as they swear to you now, thinking that they really are right! Indeed, they are the real liars. The devil has possessed them, and has caused them to disregard God’s message. These are the party of the devil. Absolutely, the party of the devil are the losers. (58:18-19)

Hypnotized Subjects Dread Exposure by the Quran’s Miraculous Code

When the staff of Moses swallowed the magicians’ tricks, they had sense enough to recognize that it was a great sign from God; they immediately snapped out of hypnosis.

“Throw what you hold in your right hand, and it will swallow what they fabricated. What they fabricated is no more than the scheming of a magician. The magician's work will not succeed.”

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