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Are nurses cannibals?

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posted on Nov, 3 2017 @ 05:53 PM
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a reply to: JAGStorm

I know that it is hard to come to terms that your dad may be not only physically ill but mentally also. You have to accept that he has a problem. My mother went that way as she was spending her last days in the nursing home. Hitting people, spitting on others, stealing stuff from her roommate, you name it. He had a whole different personality after awhile, but my use of the word "whole" was not an apt word. She was not a whole person any longer. You must learn to accept what you see before your eyes, and, honestly, you are not thinking clearly here yourself. It's time for a reality check.




posted on Nov, 3 2017 @ 05:56 PM
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originally posted by: Aliensun
a reply to: JAGStorm
He had a whole different personality after awhile,

Sounds like it if she turned into a guy.



posted on Nov, 3 2017 @ 06:26 PM
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As a nurse I can tell you that yes,we are all cannibals.

Mmmm flesh

On a more serious note it sounds like your dad either has dementia or has had a acute delirium probable both.
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posted on Nov, 3 2017 @ 06:46 PM
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short and long answer no. My wife is an er nurse although she does enjoy her steaks bloody, uhm maybe i need to keep an eye open at night.

is he at an actual hospital or senior care or nursing home facility? unfortunately not all nurses and department's are equal. she sees lots of bad care in nursing homes where the patient's are brought to the er.

sadly we live in an area where you would expect these highly expensives facilities to provide good care but they dont. those nursing facility nurses or cna are not known for their empathy or willingness to help these edlerly people. this gets exposed during hurricanes where many of those patients die under miserable circumstances as shown recently with irma.

good luck to you and your father but dyIng from being eaten by nurses is not likely. however i wonder if the nurses are purposely messing with the patients? get some type of recording device but becareful with hipa laws.



posted on Nov, 3 2017 @ 07:00 PM
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I would more worried about your mental health then your dad.



posted on Nov, 3 2017 @ 09:08 PM
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Caregivers in a nursing home are only responsible for preparing a client for transport. Probably your dad was having a rough time adapting to his new setting.

But on the subject, cannibalism is often a down-branch behavior in the necrophiliac tree. Most of the ones who get caught are male. Most of the ones who talk about it before incarceration, or who are never brought to justice despite being vocal about their criminal behavior are female. I only mention this because, regardless of the great salaries and benefits, most people who go into nursing are women.

My ex got her pre-med in NYC. She told me there was a notorious group of three female pre-med students who weren't so subtle about their after hours activities with the donor subjects, and they suffered no admin fallout. So that's notable, though it only represents a small percentage of offenders. However, those students would fit a very different profile than someone who goes into nursing, that one bag of bad taints in the UK notwithstanding. It's not outside the realm of possibility, but it's very, very unlikely.

I hope that gives you some piece of mind, and I hope he felt safe and loved when it counted.


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posted on Nov, 3 2017 @ 09:13 PM
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I'm surprised somebody could put "my dad has dementia and thinks nurses are cannibals" in the same paragraph, and take it seriously, or expect others to.

Sorry.



posted on Nov, 3 2017 @ 10:16 PM
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originally posted by: JAGStorm
My dad has been in and out of hospitals for various health issues related to Parkinson's. He also has early stage dementia.


JAGStorm...sounds like your dad has a form of dementia called Lewy Body. It presents with both parksinsonian and Alzheimer like symptoms ( I know because my dad went through the same thing). Your best bet would be to pull in a neurologist that specializes in dementia patients. He/she could help with a formal diagnosis, meds that alleviate symptoms and slow progression, and, provide you valuable info. re: caregiving and support of family members with this type of illness.

Hope this helps.



posted on Nov, 3 2017 @ 11:19 PM
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dementia can cause severe hallucinations... so i wouldn't be surprised if he believed what he thought he saw

i've heard worse actually...

Some nurses are idiots... but most arn't cannibals




posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 12:01 AM
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originally posted by: JAGStorm
a reply to: antar

My apologies, my title was not worded politely, and by no means did I mean to insult all nurses. I know there are a lot of nurses do the thankless hard task of dealing with sick people every day. Just as in any profession there are bad apples, like we have seen with police. There are nurses that have been caught stealing medication for their addiction, nurses that have killed people etc., I just wanted to highlight the possibility of a possibly darker sick side.


It's not a thankless job. They get paid to act the part of a pleasant, caring, smart nurse. That paycheck is the thank you. Some get paid to act like stuck up, ill informed, lazy nurses. Nurses have all types of emotional and mental problems. Broken relationships. I'm sure there are some messed up porn loving, dark nurses that work there and they projected that thought. In his mind's decaying state he vividly saw their projection. Their hearts. Now that he is labeled with mental disorders, the so called mentally healthy nurses who can act but have evil hearts can say it's his mental disorder. Some nurses are under possession of a demonic entity so they can spiritually 'chew' on the elderly's brain. That is the only reason besides chewing their pocket books or insurance money. They are eaters. Eaters of the brain and money.

Bring your dad home. Stay with him. Reassure him you won't let them get him. If you say you can't because you have to work to get your money so you have no time, you at some point must realize you are willingly participating in a 'cannibal' like system. Your dad speaks truth and you are actually listening. Look at all the people on here that came on in defense of the religion of psychiatry. Their psychiatry bible grows bigger everyday as does their pocket books.



posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 12:12 AM
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originally posted by: Akragon
a reply to: JAGStorm

dementia can cause severe hallucinations... so i wouldn't be surprised if he believed what he thought he saw

i've heard worse actually...

Some nurses are idiots... but most arn't cannibals



Actually it breaks the veil. They can actually see the real nature of people where many people are totally functional under demonic possession. They see who they really are under their meat suit. An elderly/wise person calls them out on it but is screwed because they've already done labeled him with dementia. This is a horrendous sin against the elderly/wise ones, calling them sick as they break free from the matrix programming. Listen to them. Oh but you would be afraid they would see you for who you are. Walk through a unit if you are enlightened and awake. Some will be expectantly waiting for you. Their spirits speak the truth by connecting with yours. The wise ones know what is going on and what is happening.
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posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 12:19 AM
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Im afraid not my friend... i work with dementia patients every day...

in the early stages they can seem quite normal, usually just some memory loss... unfortunately its a progressive disease

Some will claim to see things, some hear things... voices that arn't there

some see monsters and demons... but its what this disease does to the person, its not demon possession

the brain tissues literally start to shrink, and the connections that were once there no loner get the right signals, they can be crossed or even just absent

sadly, it only gets worse... but in many cases they are still pretty happy, which is actually the only plus side




posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 12:25 AM
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originally posted by: tasmrp

originally posted by: JAGStorm
My dad has been in and out of hospitals for various health issues related to Parkinson's. He also has early stage dementia.


JAGStorm...sounds like your dad has a form of dementia called Lewy Body. It presents with both parksinsonian and Alzheimer like symptoms ( I know because my dad went through the same thing). Your best bet would be to pull in a neurologist that specializes in dementia patients. He/she could help with a formal diagnosis, meds that alleviate symptoms and slow progression, and, provide you valuable info. re: caregiving and support of family members with this type of illness.

Hope this helps.


Sure, call the head sorcerer of Neurology who works for the Religion of Medicine. The formal diagnosis/cursing will be necessary to keep the victim getting ready to exit the Matrix quiet as to not upset the others who cling to Satanic Matrix Realities and wait obediently to be 'canabalized.'

The boomers have sold themselves and each other out to the Religion of Medicine. Many regret it. Realize now. Gen x'ers are the only generation in the 1, 2 and now 3rd industrial revolution that was allowed in the gap period long enough to not be completely programmed. They can 'help' them if they are not yet possessed by demons.



posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 12:30 AM
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originally posted by: Akragon
a reply to: WhiteWingedMonolith

Im afraid not my friend... i work with dementia patients every day...

in the early stages they can seem quite normal, usually just some memory loss... unfortunately its a progressive disease

Some will claim to see things, some hear things... voices that arn't there

some see monsters and demons... but its what this disease does to the person, its not demon possession

the brain tissues literally start to shrink, and the connections that were once there no loner get the right signals, they can be crossed or even just absent

sadly, it only gets worse... but in many cases they are still pretty happy, which is actually the only plus side



It is demonic possession. What they see is the lifting veil and the lie before them.

No one is happy there my friend. Not even those coming home with a fat check.

The elderly are calling everyone's asses out for what they are and what they support. Lies, majik, curses through sorcerery using demons.



posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 12:32 AM
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It's common for people who were gentle in life to become violent after getting Alzteimers or Dimentia The opposite can be said for the more violent prone.



posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 12:34 AM
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originally posted by: WhiteWingedMonolith

originally posted by: Akragon
a reply to: WhiteWingedMonolith

Im afraid not my friend... i work with dementia patients every day...

in the early stages they can seem quite normal, usually just some memory loss... unfortunately its a progressive disease

Some will claim to see things, some hear things... voices that arn't there

some see monsters and demons... but its what this disease does to the person, its not demon possession

the brain tissues literally start to shrink, and the connections that were once there no loner get the right signals, they can be crossed or even just absent

sadly, it only gets worse... but in many cases they are still pretty happy, which is actually the only plus side



It is demonic possession. What they see is the lifting veil and the lie before them.

No one is happy there my friend. Not even those coming home with a fat check.

The elderly are calling everyone's asses out for what they are and what they support. Lies, majik, curses through sorcerery using demons.


no...

it has nothing to do with demons...




posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 12:47 AM
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It'd be the Drs if anything, lol. Foster kids for example are more likely to be taken advantage of.

But no, to both.



posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 06:23 AM
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I feel so sorry for your grandpa,it must be so hard to live with fear like this.I have heard of nurses who murder patients,but usually they see thenselves as angels of mercy,not death,to release from their suffering usually elderly people who are never going to recuperate.There have been some cases in the media occasionally about this type of thing,through the decades i've been alive.But cannibalism..i doubt that very strongly.Even organ harvesting,not being callous here,just practical,but they would surely want the organs of healthier,younger people? Anyway i really feel for your grandpa,very very sad this.



posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 10:10 AM
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He also has early stage dementia

mistery solved sherlock



posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 10:16 AM
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Carry on my wayward son..

Sorry I thought this thread was a Supernatural episode..

Demons, canibals, if you can work the Illuminati in there you are set.




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