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Battle army tulae in service of CIA since 1977 ! Hard to believe? Read.


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TL:(IR)DR: lol

however, since I have created a tulpa my focus and attention to detail has significantly improved.

I can see a simplified tulpa created for work reasons could help individuals of special operations keep control over their body in tense situations.

I can also see it as a prelude to prevent information leeks, If you AND your tulpa are working against being interrogated then you have a better chance of surviving in "isolated" interrogation rooms.

If everybody is thinking alike, then someone isnt thinking.

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The Google is strong with this one.

 

No, but seriously, cool find. It's crazy hard to find stuff on tulpae outside Alexandra David-Neel and a few forums.

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"People, you know, that exist in the world for half a century and from the seventies are armed ready fucking military combat Tulp? o_O"

 

indeed ^

 

Also it seems that this has more to do with hypnosis than anything remotely involving tulpae.

"Science isn't about why, science is about why not?" -Cave Johnson

Tulpae: Luna, Elise, Naomi

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Maybe they created each tulpa and train them to kill in a different way. Then they trai switching, and pretty much created a soldier who could do everything?

Chloe - That cheerful girl with ponytail.

Aigis - The male cyborg that looks like raiden in MGR.

Vixen - Half dragon female who looks like Mary in DMC3 when in human form.

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Yeah, MKULTRA was hypnosis. Given that it involved nothing that we'd recognise as a step in tulpa creation, and the end result is not co-functioning, it'd be a stretch to recognise this as tulpas. Besides that, there's nothing directly involving combat, and definitely nothing that could link tulpas to combat. The project was about mind control, not combat.

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