In Monarch Programming [an MK ULTRA offspring] the use of mirrors is a basic, important tool to make split multiple personalities. This may sound esoteric and unbelievable to those who are not at all familiar with the techniques, but after reading Springmeier's and Wheeler's book, the following becomes much clearer:
The "mental mirrors", which are programmed into the victim, create thousands of alters (artificial personalities), which can then be programmed in whatever way the Illuminati programmer wants. It's very similar to partitioning a computer hard drive into hundreds, (sometimes even thousands) of partitions and fill each partition with whatever information you want. When opening one of the hard drive partitions, you can access what is in there, but the specific section of the hard drive "doesn't know" what the other sections contain. When the mind is split, the handler and/or the programmer can then make any partition in the brain the "active" one, which means the personality which is programmed into that partition will be the main personality. By using trigger words or codes embedded into the program, the programmer/handler can then switch between the pre-programmed personalities of the victim and bring forth a totally different character, setting that one as "active".
This is very useful if you for example want to create a public person who is an excellent entertainer with a gentle personality as a front, someone who appears to be a balanced family person, and then by using trigger words he/she can change into a cold-blooded killer, a drug dealer, a spy or whatever you want to use him for. No one would have suspected this person, because whatever criminal act he/she is programmed to do, it's literally "out of character". And just like the example with the hard drive, the victim himself is often not aware of his different personalities and often doesn't even remember the crime he committed.
Within the Monarch slave's mind, countless mirror images are made. The slave sees thousands of mirrors everywhere in their mind. Because Marilyn was so stripped of any personal identity, she decorated her house as her mind looked on the inside--full of mirrors.
Have you ever had a panic attack after leaving a club?