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Gang stalking – Ignore, ignore, ignore, ignore the gang stalkers.

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Picture taken approaching the Target store in West Hollywood, California. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Home Depot Storefront

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[Men working on telephone lines, probably near a TVA dam hydroelectric plant] (LOC) (Photo credit: The Library of Congress)

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Kalachakra bright & stylish street scene; Shopping for a new bag, I dream of Jeanie pants, smart phone in the hands of a hunky businessman, and woman shopping with purses and sandels, white market tents, Kalachakra for World Peace, Washington D.C., USA (Photo credit: Wonderlane)

A few nights ago, while trying to sleep, I kept getting hit by electricity.  I was too damn tired to get up and check to see where the electricity was coming from. But the first thing in the morning, I checked the socket behind my head.  I forgot to put in my safety baby cover. These safety baby covers really work.  I keep mine in all the time, and I forgot how well they work.  Home Depot and Target sell them very inexpensively. You can get a packet of 24 very cheaply.  Buy extra baby covers for when you go out.  I carry some with me when I go out.  Because sometimes you’ll be stuck next to a socket and you’ll feel the electricity.  So very covertly cover the socket.

I also want to tell you another way to keep yourself safe.  I forgot to tell you about this before.  Do you live with other people? If you do, do you ever notice that someone always has his phone in the socket?  Beware!   Why they do  this.  They keep the phone in the socket, add a code, that’s given to them by their handlers,  and keep the phone on to  send electricity your way.  Ask the person why they always have the phone in the socket.  If he lies,  it’ll show on his face.  Of course, he’ll deny that’s what he’s doing.  But it’s a question he won’t expect and it’ll catch him off guard. My relatives did this to me, so that’s how I know about this.  I always wondered why they kept the phone in the socket, and one day it hit me.

Cover your kitchen cabinet shelves with foil.  The foil attracts the electricity and it won’t go toward you. It’s picked up by foil.

A tip.  When you go out, you know that the gang stalkers will be all around you.  Well, I tell you to do this, but I don’t always follow my own advise.   If you’re new to gang stalking, you should watch the gang stalkers, because you’re in the learning stage of gang stalking and have to learn how they work.  But if you’re an old-timer, the best thing to do is ignore them, ignore them, ignore them, ignore them, ignore them. They always do the same damn thing.  Pay absolutely no attention to them.  They love the attention you give them.  They live for it.  When you go out, keep saying to yourself  “ignore them, ignore them, ignore them” over and over.  That’s what I been doing lately, and it’s working better for me.  I have a hard time keeping my mouth shut.  So if it’s working for me, I’m sure it’ll work for you.  Just make-believe they’re part of the wall.  Make believe they don’t exist.  Tell yourself there’s nothing there. And keep walking.  They’ll hate it! You paid no attention to the stars.  And if you feel yourself losing your temper, just get away quickly.  Don’t stay around where they are. I know how hard it is not to smack them. Just control yourself whatever you do.  When you get home, you can throw something at the wall.  Always stay calm.  They want you to act up so they can call the police on you and make up lies about you.

P.S.  I’ve hit publish about 6 times already and this blog keeps getting deleted.  I wonder why.  Read it.  There’s something here they don’t want you to see.

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