The technique was first only used within the confines of the seduction underground, but when it received mass media attention (partly due to the expose of the seduction community by Neil Strauss, or known as “Style” in the community) through his New York Times bestseller “” which provides the ultimate shortcut to seduction success.
Needless to say, it has become one of the most sought after techniques in the seduction world.
Seduction techniques have evolved, and the more popular methods such as the Rising Sun, the October Sequence, and the Death Pattern all have become an inspiration for Derek Rake to create and develop his own technique called “Fractionation Formula.” Note that this goes well beyond what we’d call “Seduction 101” – it incorporates techniques which are too sophisticated for the casual seducer.
Fractionation was first discovered by Sigmund Freud.
At its rawest form, the technique seem to be a little “generic”, but experts have modified the technique into what are now known as the Dark Rake Method (Derek Rake’s version) and the October Man Sequence (the technique mentioned inside Neil Strauss’ book).
Other similar patterns are the “Rising Sun” and the “Death Pattern”. Well, for starters, there have been reports that master seducers have been using the technique to bed women successfully in 15 minutes – from start till finish.
So he decided to try moving people in and out of hypnosis several times during one session, and he noticed the same result. The truth is that very much like hypnosis, this happens quite often in daily life.
For example, whenever you watch a TV show that you’ve watched before, you subconsciously know all the characters, personalities, etc.As mentioned before, fractionation was invented kind of by accident.There was a hypnotist, and he noticed that his repeat clients were able to go into a trance much more quickly, with each successive visit.Fractionation is a powerful tool from hypnosis that was discovered accidentally.When used properly in a regular conversation, it can generate some powerful attraction in a relatively short amount of time.John Grinder, who founded the Neuro Linguistic Programming, then used Freud’s methods in developing his own techniques.