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how do i extract something out of someones mind that i need to know because someone stole my information from my email and will not change back my password so i need to know how to get that information extracted out of someones mind how can i do this is there any spell that i can use.
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Unfortunately, it is highly unlikely. Even if it were possible to take a (non-physical) walk through the contents of someone's mind, memories, and thoughts (I do not personally believe it is possible, but others may have differing opinions), your experience would not be what you expect.

Firstly, their thoughts may well be organized differently than you expect, so finding the information you seek would be very difficult.

Secondly, the portion of your mind which would experience the experience works more in terms of symbols, colors, and the abstract, rather than the literal and strictly logical (in the sense of literary, not in terms of making sense, cause and effect, et cetera). The portions of the mind which experiences spiritual journeying are the same as your dreaming experience. It is why reading can be very difficult in a dream: Reading may happen, and even make sense. But trying to actually look at, and make sense of, the words on the page, results in a sheet of absolute nonsense. It is because the information is more important than the letters.

Encountering your password in someone else's mind would be encountering a string of letters, numbers, and symbols. More likely than not, your mind would encounter it as gibberish, and jar you enough to wake you from the trance, or the person remembers the password verbally, in which case you would not remember the idiosyncrasies such as which letters are replaced with special characters. And this is a best-case scenario.
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