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Hippolyte Bernheim’s Cravat
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Origin

Hippolyte Bernheim

Type

Cravat

Effects

Makes one person follow another’s command

Downsides

Said command needs to be worded as a suggestion

Activation

Placing one hand on another’s person and “suggesting” a command

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Psyche-764

Aisle

62192-4415

Shelf

274188-2065-358

Date of Collection

December 18, 2013

[Source]


OriginEdit

Hippolyte Bernheim was a pioneer in the field of hypnotherapy, mainly in the theory of suggestibility in hypnosis.

The cravat later came into the hands of Sigmund Freud and Boris Sidis, who used its power to help them in the field of psychoanalysis and psychiatry, respectively.

EffectsEdit

His cravat absorbed his ability to ‘suggest’ people to do things. By placing a hand on another persons body and speaking a command in the form of a suggestion, that person will automatically be compelled to do as you suggested.

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