Extending the issues raised in the last episode, in this episode we continue to identify several techniques that are commonly used by those who desire to change your worldview. Specifically, we discuss how worldview engineers can occasion worldview change by rewriting history (or at least by casting it in a different light) and by embedding subversive ideas in fictional stories (in movies, TV shows, novels etc.). We illustrate the use of these techniques with reference to recent uses of the term 'genocide' in political discourse and by revealing the subtle messaging in popular TV shows (The Flash & The 12 Monkeys). Bibliography
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- Castaneda, C. (1984/1991). Fire from Within. (Washington Square Press).
- Castaneda, C. (1987/1991). The Power of Silence. (Washington Square Press).
- Guigley, C. (1966). Tragedy and Hope: A History of The World in Our Time.
- Kripal, Jeffrey J. (2011). Mutants & Mystics: Science Fiction, Superhero Comics, and the Paranormal. (University of Chicago Press).
- Lewis, C. S. (2014). God in the Dock. "Christian Apologetics" & "God in the Dock"
- Mull, Brandon. (2013). Spirit Animals: Book 1: Wild Born. (Scholastic).
- Orwell, George. (1949). Nineteen Eighty-Four.
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