Mass-Hypnotised: Hypnotic Elements of the Christian Mass Service


Are you being mass-hypnotised? The typical Christian mass contains lots of hypnotic elements. Ideas can bypass your conscious filter and go deep into your subconscious.

Mass-hypnotised is one way to describe the population

at large, who has bought into the “official” version of history, who we are and who runs the world. However, if you take a closer look at organized religion, in particular Christianity, you will find another kind of “mass-hypnosis.” The Christian liturgical service, commonly referred to as mass, contains several elements which have the effect of changing the participant’s consciousness from an alert, active and critical state (beta brain waves) to a more sleepy, relaxed and receptive state (alpha brain waves) – just like television, the most hideous mind control tool ever. This allows ideas, beliefs and messages (“programming”) to bypass your conscious filter and penetrate more deeply into your subconscious. In other words, when you go to Church, you may be getting mass-hypnotised.

Mass-hypnotised: the 5 stages of hypnosis

According to Michael Sherlock, author of I Am Christ which analyzes hypnosis and NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) as they apply to Christian Church services, a typical hypnotherapy session contains 5 stages:

  1. Introduction
  2. Induction
  3. Deepening
  4. Suggestion
  5. Awakening

As the pastor moves from singing to repetitive phraseology to sermon and back to singing to end, the Christian mass can be found to contain all of these elements. This is no coincidence; it shows all the more that religion can be used a tool for mind control. It will depend on the message implanted by the priest. Sometimes, the type of messages may be positive (e.g. love yourself and your neighbor), but often the truth is so interlaced with dogma that it is difficult to separate the two, even for the conscious mind.

However, when such messages go straight into our subconscious, there is no way to critically evaluate them. They then become part of who we are.

What’s going straight into your subconscious to program you?

By attending such a Church service, you open yourself up to be mass-hypnotised. For example, you may hear the priest talking about the value of caring for each other, all the while planting subliminal messages that “God” is “judgmental” and will punish those who do not believe or who hoard too much money. The net result of this is you will walk away feeling guilty and unworthy, a space from which it is hard to truly love others unconditionally. After all, if you feel guilty about yourself and do not fully love yourself, how can you love another?

If religion were really as pure as it claims to be, it would not need to resort to using tools of persuasion and manipulation. However, the fact is that religion, like politics, is not about plain truth, but rather about propaganda and convincing people to buy into a certain limited viewpoint.

Be careful: don’t let yourself get mass-hypnotised. There is a time and place for relaxation and alpha waves, but don’t let your guard down when around those that may be trying to control you. Remember, the Vatican has engaged in child trafficking, killing its own Popes, helping Nazis flee after WWII and more! Do you really want these guys accessing your subconscious or getting mass-hypnotised?

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Makia Freeman is the editor of The Freedom Articles and senior researcher at, writing on many aspects of the the global conspiracy, from vaccines to Zionism to false flag operations and more, and also including info on natural health, sovereignty and higher consciousness.

1 Comment

HLM July 4, 2016 - 8:59 pm

As an atheist for 58 years I not only want the Catholic Church to hypnotize me, I hired two certified hypnotists to believe in God. Doing this enables me not only to appreciate Mass but accept Catholicism as a way of life, sans (so far) some of the social teachings. At first I did this to feel closer to my Catholic fiance but, now I do this to fully embrace a lifestyle that is in harmony with my fiance and her family.

Note, I totally respect any other’s orientation, especially if they don’t infringe on anyone’s rights. It’s a personal decision for me only and I enjoy the changed point of view I’ve developed. I don’t preach or try to evangelize but, rather, keep it to myself and my loved ones. I plan on converting before marriage.

It doesn’t impact my scientific orientation or my personal needs in terms of the causes I’ve always been for, i.e., environmentalism, etc.

I’m not proud of some of the negative history but realize that most older religions and organized belief systems that have adherents are fraught with negatives of all sorts, usually having to do with the way power and control has been used. I adhere to my choice of beliefs with an eye toward ethical and legal individual rights knowing that what works for me doesn’t work for others, necessarily.

My beliefs were so tied to my identity that it took a major effort to change them the way I wanted them to change and these changes are personal, as stated. I’ve enjoyed the process and will continue to enjoy the conversion experience as I find a way to mix it together with my essential personhood.

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