Music, Criminal Behavior, and Crime Prevention
Library of Congress: Music and the Brain 2008-2009 Lectures
and the Language of Music
How Synesthesia Speaks to Creativity
Dafnis Prieto and Larry Appelbaum
Middleton, Library of Congress Music Division, is conducive to the subject matter of our stance on the effect of music.
The Mar. 13, 2009 Music, Criminal Behavior, and Crime Prevention lecture, eloquently hosted by Norman
Their conversation touches on how classical music is viewed
Norman and Dr. Jacqueline Helfgott, Seattle University, author of Criminal Behavior: Theories, Typologies, and Criminal Justice (2008), examine the use of classical music by law enforcement and other cultural institutions as social control, to quell and prevent crime.
in contemporary culture, how it can be a tool for discouraging criminal activity and anti-social behavior, as well as its history as a mind-altering experience.
Professor Helfgott's explanation of the criminology and science behind the various kinds and effects of music attests to the two-edged sword of
music, i.e., its bad use giving rise to criminal behavior, and its good use
as crime prevention.
Dr. Jacqueline Helfgott
LOC's Norman Middleton gives accounts of speaking with West Palm Beach, Florida's law enforcement detectives who acknowledged using classical music to quell drug activity; and its effectiveness. The West Palm Beach force informed Norman it had recently heard of the practice at a law enforcement seminar.
Norman also reports Tacoma, Washington, which is Dr. Jacqueline Helfgott's territory, and several other law enforcement and security entities worldwide which have used the technique, attest to its effectiveness.
In 2005 London authorities reported robberies down 33%; metro staff assaults were down 25%, vandalism down by 37%. Consequentially, London authorities expanded the use of classical music from 3 trains to 35.
NOTE: In addition to their brief mentioning of rap, it is important to bring to light the dynamic of trap beats,
In an interview with DJ Mag,
Drumma Boy (co-creator of trap beats) describes what trap really is:
“... it’s that dirty, grimey 808 snare clap... then the music comes in with this gangsta...music hypnotizes... you feel like you’re in a dark dungeon, like you're in the trap itself."
Creator of trap sound takes movement beyond music
“...Regardless of where we came from, regardless of what we do, we can still make it. We learned how to motivate people in a MASSive way.” Drumma said..." Read more
the stimuli which is being used to involuntarily motivate our children.
In sync with the encoded criminalized messages, trap beats (beats per minute stimulus) motivate the body of our children to act out the message that has been recorded on the brain and stored in the subconscious mind; murder thy brother, kill thy schoolmates; vilify thy village, thy city, thy state, the nation.
From the womb to the tomb, criminalized RBE is subliminally programming our CYYA to become one with misogyny; become one with selling/using drugs; become one with
racial hatred; to become one with committing criminal acts against select groups of people.
We know Christopher James Gholson is not the prince of the power of the air. We know lack of knowledge is an open door for Satan. We know there are those who-for greed, fortune, and fame--consciously sell their soul to Satan and know what they are doing. While Drumma Boy knows trap beats "hypnotize" and give listeners a mental state of darkness, It is our belief he lacks in-depth knowledge as to how his God-given creativity was hijacked--by diabolical design to insidiously motivate people in a MASSive way to murder.
Our focus on trap beats is not an attack against Mr. Gholson. Knowing absolutely nothing about trap beats or him, the Holy Ghost caused my search to inadvertently land on his interview. Having read Christopher's plans of good for himself, and others as he moves beyond music, we pray him to prosper and be in health as his soul prospers in wisdom, knowledge, and understanding of the Lord.
Electrical Pulsations of Light (Imagery) and Sound Encoded with Crime, Murder, and
Mayhem are Recorded on the Cranial Brain, the Heart Brain , and Permanently
Stored in the Subconscious Mind of Children, Youth, and Young Adults