How to Secure the Privacy of Your Home

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Published on March 16, 2014

Author: VolkodavKO



Several basic advices on how to prevent others from knowing everything about you. It helps you protect your privacy.

How to Secure the Privacy of Your Home Version 1.1 │ Source: If you are a normal person, most probably you are not able to imagine how many people are curious about your privacy. And now I do not speak about individuals or secret services only. Anyway, the structure of our human society is such that it makes almost impossible to fully secure your personal life from being exposed to other people. However, there are some basic advices that will at least protect a piece of it, although they are not enough to protect it completely. The following is approximately translated text of the sample of "Zlate pravidlo" (which means "Golden Rule"): If you use to choose who to admit into your home as a visitor and who not, you can be wrong anytime and even if you were the best people-knower. But if you let nobody go in, not a single one time in your whole life (nobody means neither workers nor relatives) and, at the same time, someone from your family is always present in the house (which he or she does not let himself be lured out from, no matter what pretext is used) 60/60/24/7 in order to prevent that, that someone will pay you a "visit" at your home when you are not there. Only then your home is relatively secured. But in order for you to not let anybody overstep your doorsill, you yourself must never overstep the doorsill of others. For when you pay other people a visit, it is awaited from you, that you - sooner or later - let them pay a visit to you. The following is approximately translated text of the sample of "TOK Dodatek 8": During the securing of your home there must not be a single one loophole! No visitors, the presence of somebody in the house 24/7 and as soon as one has leaved, the other immediately bolts the door after him (I know a case when there was a little delay and it was abused by the enemy) + he lets the door lock key in a crosswise position. The other does not get out of the house until the first one returns back (for example, to go to cut the grass on the garden or to work in a workroom behind the house decreases the house's security) and he does not open the windows (when it must be then open only "collapsible crack" and stay in the same room when its opened). The tactics is to gain the keys to the door locks of your home and then to wait for the moment when you go out of it. And if it is watched by any of you all the time, he must be lured out from it. For example, one buddy of yours mentions before you that there is something near you what attracts you and what you would like to see, and you go there. Or you and some other member of your family receive an appointment to visit the doctor or the local authority and similarly, but just at the hours when one of you is to guard your house. Or in the neighborhood something is "in flames", sort of a small fire - above all, it is about a smoke - and you go there to take a look. Remember: Even if you had to lose money, you had a problem at your workplace or you had to cancel an appointment with your doctor, the security of your home is in the first place. It must not be unsecured neither one moment in your entire lifetime. The following is approximately translated text of the sample of "Pekelna psychologie" (which means "Hellish Psychology"): As for personal computers, it is suitable to have two. One contains the necessary data for networking and the other something private (but the screen must not be turned toward the window [and its reflection must not be seen through it] or toward the neighboring apartment). In the network (today it is the Internet) you watch what is not important to you and you better do not look there at what is the most important to you. If you want to go to somewhere, you must clearly know that if you search some specific train, bus or airplane and you are observed, it is already being known where you are going to go. Therefore the best is to have an offline schedule in the second computer and when you must do some search online, look up

more connections and mainly those that are not important to you. And if you switch trains do not do that on the main station (perhaps somehow move - in a zigzag manner - through the town to the first station behind the city of the train that you want to transfer yourself to). Also is good to have two mobile phones. One contains the telephone numbers of relatives and friends, and the other, the private one, serves to the calls from different locations than where is your home. But only the numbers are dialed that are not important to you. For example, you like soccer, but now and then you call for the results of basketball; at home you only watch TV news of channel 12, but through the other, the private one, only that of channel 57 that you never watch at home, and similarly. Then your mobile phone is "more ready" for possible private conversations... ...I think that best is when others know neither what food or beverage you like best, what music you like to listen to (if you are eavesdropped, they listen to your favorite songs, but if it deals with a radio station, for instance, there are played both the songs that you like and those that you do not, it is more difficult). As far as music and movies are concerned that you use to download, please download those that you like together with those that you do not like. At least, considering the Internet traffic of your computer, it won't be exactly known, what entertainment matters to you most... ...Another advice is to never throw your mediums or correspondence with your private data into the trash can, but to destroy everything already at home and do not trash it unless it is in an unreadable form. There are many of such small advices... - regularly change the door locks and buy them every time in a different shop in a different city - secure the windows of your cellar and ground floor by iron bars - use security cameras etc. The following is approximately translated text of the sample of "Pekelni lide Revize 11": If you want to decrease the probability of being followed during travelling or you want to make it more difficult, let you buy a ticket to some station and let you get off in a different one (as a rule, either you get off a few stations sooner, or shortly before the station that you have a ticket into, let you buy another ticket to another one)... ...Among the ways of concealing of privacy belongs not only the use of offline schedules, but also offline maps and similarly. But you cannot have there any search history, that is you must not use favorites. Anything what is online is unsuitable. For example, if you were looking at some map and you would enlarge some place on it and stayed there for some while, it is already known, that you are interested in it. But even if you used to go for a trip to the places that you did not enlarge, by some time it can be discovered anyway. Shortly, offline browsing without the search history is the better choice, although even better is the browsing of a hard cover map and schedule. _____________________________________ PS 1: If you are somehow interesting, the less secure place where you can speak about your personal things is your own home (and your car). Therefore any important decision that you have made rather write on a small paper using very small letters and then show it to the other members of your family instead of saying it aloud. And never forget two more things: a bug can be in everything that you use to wear with(in) yourself, and you can be listened to on your "regular places" (e.g. cemetery) including lonely places (e.g. relaxing place on a forest pathway) in Nature (it is known that at such places people use to talk more openly). I do wish that all the normal people had their privacy preserved for them only! The world is full of curious people that want to know it. They only pretend that they do not.

PS 2: Whereas advices in this article including those in "PS 1" can be enough to defend against the curiosity of many individuals and partly even against that of secret services, at all times they are not enough to secure you against Hellish people as such. Because there are many so-called "mixed families" (= those, the members of which are partly Hellish and partly normal), normal person must keep the most important part of his privacy hidden from all the members of his family (= from male and female cousins, from aunts and uncles, from brothers and sisters, and even from own mother and father). It all also means that that any information you will have in your home (in the second "private PC", in personal book and similarly) is not safe, if it is accessible by the members of your family who are Hellish. As for the above-mentioned "non-confiding", I do not have to mention that normal person must not confide his personal secrets to any friend. The reason is that that the substantial part of normal people have only Hellish people for (the best) friends and they use to confide their personal secrets to them. That is why almost everything about normal people is known. Excerpt from "Pekelni lide Revize 12": There is one advice regarding confiding: "If you think over whether or not you are to confide something to somebody else, first let you imagine, that absolutely all others will have the information. And only if you agree with this, only then let you confide to him." The same rule applies for sex, too. One time you have displayed some sexual peculiarity in front of them and it is already known about you. For the information about sexual orientation belong among those basic qualities that Hellish people know about all the normal and not only about those, who are somehow important to them. In any case, if you belong among the normal people, who are doing fine in sex with their mate and really enjoy it including a quality orgasm, rather do not boast about it. Neither in the case when everybody around you is boasting about it. (Author's comment: Sometimes, when Hellish people see such a couple of normal people, the relationship of which is [long- term and] so to speak "clean" , they can spoil it a bit. For example, they will seduce one of the two [but sometimes so cleverly that he will address the other person as the first one and so it will be him who has started their relationship] and they will make him be unfaithful to the other, or they will arrange some situation that will put one of the two down with the other, or they will evoke in them a feeling that the other is not that good & there are better and similarly.) Regarding the confiding to Hellish people, I have got an idea of this proverb: "What man confides to one Borg that he confides to the entire Collective of his, too." (Author's comment: When it deals with important things, Hellish people, similarly to the Borg, hand the information they have gained about normal people over to their dark nation. If Hellish people do not have any information about some normal person that they are concerned about, they can observe him [how he reacts to this or that scene in a movie, to a picture that someone hanged on the wall at his workplace or on some place for posters, to what they have mentioned in conversation before him and so on] and so they will find out about him. They can also arrange some situation and/or even become his friends to get to know more. Generally, Hellish people love to discover the privacy of normal people by secret observation of how they behave when they think that no one is observing them. Because then they behave naturally and Hellish people learn most about them.) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Apology: Dear Reader, please accept my apology for the lower quality of the language. I have translated the texts myself, although I do not speak English very well. Thank you for understanding. Legal disclaimer: This writing is educational and its text only represents the private opinion, fantastic imaginations and subjective feelings of an individual. The author disclaims any responsibility for the damage caused to anyone by the use of and/or manipulation with this text and he does not warrant the correctness, trueness, completeness, safety or usefulness of any information stated in it.

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