Soon after the end of WWII, the CIA started doing social proof experiments.
This was after they were first created, and had a huge budget and were simply doing as many experiments as they could.
They started to artificially change fashion trends, speaking trends and buying trends, just to see how easily they could control these things.
A not so common fictional archetype in the sixties and seventies was a Japanese guy living in the Jungle who didn’t know the war was over.
This allowed for Deus Ex Machina cannibalism in various horror movies.
There was this bee keeper who was experimenting with different ways of keeping bees from getting lost.
Stop Getting Lost
His angle was if he could solve the disappearing bee problem, he could make a ton of money.
He was using a lot of subacoustic technology that he’d hoped would alter the bees behavior, but his experiments came to a crashing halt when he noticed that the queen bee had escaped.
We tend to think in terms of individuals, both as humans and as animals.
Non Hive Mind Bias
For example, if you have a population of foxes living near a population of rabbits, one fox can eat one rabbit.
Looking at things from an individual perspective, then each fox would be classified as a predator.
But if you look at the whole population of the wolves as a singular entity, they would be better of classified as a parasitic organism.
The Fox Collective
One organism, the fox collective, that feeds of another organism, the rabbit collective.
This is more parasitic behavior, not unlike a leach who sneaks on to your back and steals your blood.
Ancient human civilizations that rose up, and then collapsed can be seen the same way.
Parasitic Hive Mind
Which would be easy to explain from the group as parasite theory.
Meaning each large society could be seen as a singular entity, a parasite that is destined to kill the host.
He altered his subacoustic frequencies and had a much better time.
Kidnap A New Queen
He convinced all his bees to go out, find another beehive, and kidnap that queen.
Then the government came along and offered him a lot of money for his experiment, which he took.
Now there exists technology to weaponize bees and other flying, stinging insects.
Not So Useful Any More
This archetype can also be used to explain missing people from tourists locations nearby any jungles.
Of course, since there aren’t many people still alive from WWII, it wouldn’t be believable.
Nobody would believe a 100 year old crazed cannibal appearing out of nowhere and killing and eating the protagonist.
Let’s Scrap This Nonsense
They didn’t find any applicable results, so they gave up on the experiment.
But the experiment has been going all along, on it’s own, constrained only by chaos theory.
Which is precisely why everything seems to chaotic today.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.