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Manual : Index

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How should the operative (you) act on targets, such that certain intended responses are elicited during interaction/s – these interactions, what are crucial interpersonal situations?  What is the likely expectation (skill-set) of the target whereby evaluations about you are made?

Your being aware of the skill set of the target enables the facility to act in ways that are both comfortable and familiar to him / her. Thereby who the targets think they are seeing and what they are made to think about you is the character you act, that is; purely the character you project. This is very important because this projection hides you and what your intention really is.

This forms a supplement to the Section; ‘The Art of Spying’ and particularly to; ‘The Successful Manipulation of Targets’.

Here below is the skill-set and requisite explanations forming its basis.

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Secret Intelligence Service

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Adversitate. Custodi. Per Verum

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