October Man Sequence – The Bane Of Mankind
The October Man Sequence has been mentioned in "The Game" by Neil Strauss, and has become somewhat legendary. Similarly, it is a new technology in seduction which is potentially able to make a woman want to sleep with a man in a matter of minutes.
When it was first published in the eBook format, the October Man Sequence caused a controversy in the dating and seduction community. There were calls for the eBook to be banned – since if it falls into the hands of the unscrupulous, it can easily be harmful to women.
The origins of the October Man Sequence
The October Man Sequence is created by a member in the dating and seduction community called Twotimer (later known as IN10SE). He was one of the main characters in "The Game", and also was the protege of the much maligned Speed Seduction creator, Ross Jeffries. Twotimer created the sequence based on the 'fractionation' method derived from the field of neuro-lingustic programming (NLP) and hypnosis.
Why the October Man Sequence should be banned
According to IN10SE itself, using the October Man Sequence is like "bringing a nuclear weapon to a gunfight". As the basis of the sequence is 'symbolism', according to psychology theory, controlling the symbol associated with the person often means controlling her feelings at will.
This is dangerous because the unsuspecting victim often gets hypnotized, and then leaving herself vulnerable to manipulation. Additionally, she will feel pain or pleasure depending on the intention of the man, and there before becomes succumbed at his total mercy.
The October Man Sequence eBook has the complete description of the sequence, as well as scores of other prohibited patterns such as "The Door", "Death", "Install Sickness" and "My Slave". The latter is used to make a woman become a 'sex slave' – absolutely disgusting.
Additionally, there is also a section on Boyfriend Destroyers – questions that a man can ask in order to make an attached woman question her love for her own partner. Evil stuff indeed.