hypnotizer


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hyp·no·tize

 (hĭp′nə-tīz′)
tr.v. hyp·no·tized, hyp·no·tiz·ing, hyp·no·tiz·es
1. To put into a state of hypnosis.
2. To fascinate by or as if by hypnosis.

hyp′no·tiz′a·bil′i·ty n.
hyp′no·tiz′a·ble adj.
hyp′no·ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.
hyp′no·tiz′er n.
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Noun1.hypnotizer - a person who induces hypnosishypnotizer - a person who induces hypnosis  
psychologist - a scientist trained in psychology
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Freud calls this hypnotizer or 'thrower of bad luck' the 'uncanny figure of Romantic superstition' par excellence (p.
Uh uh, uh uh, now; From the deepest of the darkest of night; On the horizon, bright light enters sight tight; Cameras zoom, on the impending doom; But then like BOOM black suits fill the room up; With the quickness talk with the witnesses; Hypnotizer, neuralizer; Vivid memories turn to fantasies.
The qualities of a leader lie at some obscure subconscious depth, which we have no alternative but to call magnetic, by which the person has the art, instinctive and even unintentional, of acting upon groups, similarly to those great hypnotizers who know how to generate suggestions, illusions, collective hallucinations.