Brain hacker Chase Hughes releases 'mind control manual'

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Feb. 16, 2017 - PRLog -- A behavior-expert published a new 'playbook' on how to hack human behavior. Chase Hughes, a military veteran, has released 'The Ellipsis Manual', a book that details everything from reading body language to creating a real life Manchurian candidate with alternate personalities. He intended the book to be a training manual for intelligence operatives, but decided instead to make the book public.

Some are concerned with the implications of a book that details 'Shutting off Human Willpower' and 'Exploiting Insecurities', but the consensus is the book  will be used to help others. "Just looking at the table of contents is enough to scare people, but I think most people who get The Ellipsis Manual will use it in positive, uplifting ways," explained Hughes. He also intends for some of the book's 'intense' methods to be used in conventional therapy to make changes happen faster.

Part of the reason the book is gaining so much popularity is that it teaches a set of skills most people don't even know exist. It suddenly levels the playing field, allowing people not only to see the hidden thoughts of others, but to get the outcomes they want from people.

Ellipsis Behavior Labs is a Virginia based company that specializes in behavioral science and 'enhanced compliance' in interrogations, sales and mental health. Ellipsis is the same company that created the system for body language known as the Behavioral Table of Elements. For more information, visit

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