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Paranormal and Psychotic Disorders

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posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 11:20 AM
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Psychiatry does not know the cause of psychotic disorders. Research merely "implies" that it is a brain disorder. This is nothing but an educated guess. For thousands of years it was known to be evil spirits to drive a person mad. The treating physicians would drill holes in people's heads to release the evil spirits. The problem with this is that evil spirits do not reside in a person's head. And needless to say, this form of treatment killed a number of patients. Frontal lobotomies would leave patients with brain damage and yet no cure. Treating physicians would subdue patients with excessive electric shock and heavy drugs. Modern research shows a chemical imbalance in most psychotics today. This would parallel cases with a history of drug abuse. The brain disorder that psychiatry has discovered would be brain damage caused by some drugs. Drugs like methamphetamine and crack coc aine are sins that bring evil spirits into a person's life. The paranoid drug user believing that the cops are following them is being deceived by evil spirits who are masquerading as cops. Many cultures today still teach the truth that psychotic disorders are caused by evil spirits. Psychiatry has failed to discover the cause of these disorders. Some psychiatrists today will tell their patients that their symptoms may be caused by evil spirits. Good spirits are not the cause of psychotic disorders nor their symptoms. The persons suffering from this condition can benefit from a healthy lifestyle.

disclaimer: I am not a health care professional nor do I advocate a turning away from modern medication or treatment.
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posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 11:28 AM
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a reply to: suruptileous

You might want to read and listen to Robert Stanley - he has his own radio show. He believes that at least some mental illness may be the result of parasitic beings that are generally invisible to us, but which feed on negative emotions. Something of the same was proposed in at least one Star Trek episode.

He has done several amazing interviews with a psychiatrist (or psychologist) who states that while he was in the room with a hospitalized patient, the man abruptly went catatonic and an electrical charge like ball lightning suddenly appeared in the room, wandered around and then jumped into the office wastebasket and disappeared. The man then became mobile again, mumbled something about leaving and left the room. When questioned weeks later, the patient said that 'yes he had seen that too, but thought he was the only one who could' and that he had left the room because the voices told him to return with a knife and kill the doctor. When asked why he didn't the answer was 'because no one would give me a shiv'.

I'll try to find the exact interview and post it.



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 11:28 AM
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Here's his synopsis of the entire issue - the interviews with 'Dr. J' are halfway down the page. I'm not saying he's correct but it sure makes for some interesting information.

Robert Stanley archons
edit on 10-9-2016 by SentientCentenarian because: addendum



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 11:39 AM
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originally posted by: SentientCentenarian because the voices told him to return with a knife and kill the doctor.
Notice that they voice said to kill the doctor. This would be indicative of an evil spirit.



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 11:42 AM
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I agree with you totally. While there's no doubt that mental disorders usually have a physical or biological cause (environmental toxins, chemical imbalances, infections, injuries, poor nutrtion) I also have no doubt that people can be victims of attacks, oppression, and even posession by malevolent entities.

Whether one believes this sort of thing or not, here's an interesting little story about demons that feed on human energies.


An exerpt:
For this reason they frequent the atmosphere of the dope den, the dive, and the brothel, where they attach themselves to those unfortunates who have given themselves up to iniquity. By permitting his senses to become deadened through indulgence in habit-forming drugs or alcoholic stimulants, the individual becomes temporarily en rapport with these denizens of the astral plane. The houris seen by the hasheesh or opium addict and the lurid monsters which torment the victim of delirium tremens are examples of submundane beings, visible only to those whose evil practices are the magnet for their attraction."



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 11:43 AM
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originally posted by: SentientCentenarian
Here's his synopsis of the entire issue - the interviews with 'Dr. J' are halfway down the page. I'm not saying he's correct but it sure makes for some interesting information.

Robert Stanley archons
I thank you for the info. But I am referring strickly to evil spirits.



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 11:46 AM
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originally posted by: ColeYounger
I agree with you totally. While there's no doubt that mental disorders usually have a physical or biological cause (environmental toxins, chemical imbalances, infections, injuries, poor nutrtion) I also have no doubt that people can be victims of attacks, oppression, and even posession by malevolent entities.

Whether one believes this sort of thing or not, here's an interesting little story about demons that feed on human energies.


An exerpt:
For this reason they frequent the atmosphere of the dope den, the dive, and the brothel, where they attach themselves to those unfortunates who have given themselves up to iniquity. By permitting his senses to become deadened through indulgence in habit-forming drugs or alcoholic stimulants, the individual becomes temporarily en rapport with these denizens of the astral plane. The houris seen by the hasheesh or opium addict and the lurid monsters which torment the victim of delirium tremens are examples of submundane beings, visible only to those whose evil practices are the magnet for their attraction."
I agree.



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 11:53 AM
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originally posted by: suruptileous

originally posted by: SentientCentenarian
Here's his synopsis of the entire issue - the interviews with 'Dr. J' are halfway down the page. I'm not saying he's correct but it sure makes for some interesting information.

Robert Stanley archons
I thank you for the info. But I am referring strickly to evil spirits.


How would you know the difference between an evil 'spirit' and a creature of some sort that can take over a mind?

And why bother with the religious overtones? They seem unnecessary and a mental dead end. But suit yourself. You may want to listen to the Stanley material before you ignore it.



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 11:57 AM
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a reply to: suruptileous

I read a story long ago in a Theosophy-type book about a psychic man who could sometimes see the astral plane. He'd go to a crowded train station in London to observe people's auras. He said he saw a poor drunkard who was being followed by 2 ugly, gray-colored "blobs" that we're sucking the life force out of the poor guy. He'd turn left, the blobs would turn left. They weren't demons, but some nasty parasitic things.



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 12:06 PM
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originally posted by: SentientCentenarian

originally posted by: suruptileous

originally posted by: SentientCentenarian
Here's his synopsis of the entire issue - the interviews with 'Dr. J' are halfway down the page. I'm not saying he's correct but it sure makes for some interesting information.

Robert Stanley archons
I thank you for the info. But I am referring strickly to evil spirits.


How would you know the difference between an evil 'spirit' and a creature of some sort that can take over a mind?

And why bother with the religious overtones? They seem unnecessary and a mental dead end. But suit yourself. You may want to listen to the Stanley material before you ignore it.
I have suffered from these disorders myself and know them to be evil spirits.



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 12:13 PM
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Wow, a parasite that can take over and control your mind? Are you guys sure that you want to go with this one? lol

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edit on 06/24/2015 by suruptileous because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 12:22 PM
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The most evil acts perpetrated upon fellow human beings are by the best dressed people.



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 12:30 PM
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I fail to see the difference between the religiously accepted term 'evil spirits' and something that may be invisible to the small spectrum of light we can see but still quite real.

Define 'spirit' - there's the rub, and the clue.

And yeah, why not 'go there? Are we supposed to be afraid to discuss certain topics? On a conspiracy site?

Are certain thoughts off limits?



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 12:31 PM
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originally posted by: suruptileous
Wow, a parasite that can take over and control your mind? Are you guys sure that you want to go with this one? lol


The world is full of known parasites that can take over and feed off of the host body. I'm sure there's a few we haven't noticed yet, and in full hubris think therefore, they can't be real...



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 12:43 PM
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a reply to: intrptr

Yes.
All cleaned up and shiney on the outside because they're filthy dirty inside.



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 01:38 PM
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a reply to: suruptileous

I have often wondered and read some on this.

If a person is hallucinating, is it truly a hallucination because I can't see what they see? Or, is it truly an apparition that I can't see?

Does the medication cause the hallucinations to stop? Or, does it mask being able to see the apparitions?

In the case of auditory hallucinations it seems as if the victim's own brain is manifesting the thoughts that they are hearing and the thoughts that are telling them to do things or feel a certain way. But what would cause someone to create those thoughts no matter how subconsciously they are doing it?

Could there be an entity of some sort?

My rational brain says no. My frustration leads me, at times, to think there must be more to this type of psychotic episodes than biology, environment or nutrition.


edit on 10-9-2016 by TNMockingbird because: spelling



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 02:32 PM
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a reply to: suruptileous

For thousands of years it was known to be evil spirits to drive a person mad.

So how would the following mortal be diagnosed who can do this...

Lets say you are walking down a hill and there is a single person, 50' in-front of you walking the same direction.

Then you focus on the back of their head and imagine the brain inside the skull.

Then think the following thought, 'I know what you are thinking', in a cheesy scary B movie voice.

After watching a slight hesitation in their movement pattern, cross the road and continue walking down the hill.

Then whilst walking, focus on the back of their head again and think, 'I am still watching you'. Then watch them stop dead in their tracks, turn around and look up the hill, expecting to see someone right behind them; only to see no one.

Now, is that a mortal doing that via suggestion, or a human possessed with a evil spirit, radiating a 50' aura of fear ?



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 04:53 PM
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ive heard voices, seen monsters. some of them are evil spirits, but overall the sound has an energy that flows between the skuuls hemispheres, it can be made stupid by forcing it to disconnect partially at first. they never tell you who they are, they sound human in discussion of there connection state.



posted on Sep, 10 2016 @ 05:17 PM
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originally posted by: TNMockingbird
a reply to: suruptileous

I have often wondered and read some on this.

If a person is hallucinating, is it truly a hallucination because I can't see what they see? Or, is it truly an apparition that I can't see?

Does the medication cause the hallucinations to stop? Or, does it mask being able to see the apparitions?

In the case of auditory hallucinations it seems as if the victim's own brain is manifesting the thoughts that they are hearing and the thoughts that are telling them to do things or feel a certain way. But what would cause someone to create those thoughts no matter how subconsciously they are doing it?

Could there be an entity of some sort?


Very good writing and thought processes!

All I know for sure is that 100 years from now, what we 'know' now will be laughable. And someone who is hearing voices or seeing or feeling evil spirits of some sort is in no condition to figure things out. Too confused by it all to parse it out.

To answer Rapha's comment - we all are telepathic in differing amounts. Science won't admit that either, but it's been proven in labs; see the Ingo Swann and RV material for much on that. The debunkers just shout 'prove it!' without ever looking at the material.

Wait until we're all trained in telepathy - no more secrets. Won't that be interesting?

My rational brain says no. My frustration leads me, at times, to think there must be more to this type of psychotic episodes than biology, environment or nutrition.




posted on Sep, 11 2016 @ 06:02 PM
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originally posted by: TNMockingbird
a reply to: suruptileous

I have often wondered and read some on this.

If a person is hallucinating, is it truly a hallucination because I can't see what they see? Or, is it truly an apparition that I can't see?

Does the medication cause the hallucinations to stop? Or, does it mask being able to see the apparitions?

In the case of auditory hallucinations it seems as if the victim's own brain is manifesting the thoughts that they are hearing and the thoughts that are telling them to do things or feel a certain way. But what would cause someone to create those thoughts no matter how subconsciously they are doing it?

Could there be an entity of some sort?

My rational brain says no. My frustration leads me, at times, to think there must be more to this type of psychotic episodes than biology, environment or nutrition.



auditory hallucinations are Real. Especially if you hear have a tape recorder next to it. It will become a Disembodied Voice as well as a EVP.




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