Thank you for expanding on this. I agree with everything you stated.
And by all means no intrusion. I think it’s very important
The vilifying and exploitation of those with “gifts” is an issue I think we’re going to become privy too, in time.
Not to “lessen” the severe debilitating mental disturbances that many go through, and how their loved ones suffer, but there is a fine line
between it all.
As they say, and as my quote implies, “the mystic swims in the same waters that drown the mentally ill”
I have always sensed there’s a push for finding those with the necessary perceptions and finding out through them how to activate the brain in such
ways that it can be used as a medium to see the things “they” can’t, but yet still know are there to be tapped into.
I think it all ties in to the MKUltra, genetics/DNA, (both the collection and manipulation of) the discovery of children at a young age through public
school system programs through testing, etc.
Anyone who’s ever had both a psych evaluation, and the test for the “gifted and talented” program as a child, can tell you they are the exact
The difference is that as a child the traits are encouraged, groomed, exercised, and studied.
As an adult they are medicated and “rooted out” with behavioral therapy. They are called symptoms instead of gifts. They are a hinderence to
functioning in the illusion created, rather than singled out and groomed as something special, and prodigy like. I think that’s on purpose.
Personally I find it to be rather simple to explain.
As a child, many are privy to and have the ability to see and manipulate the “magic” that happens between our mind and the part of reality that
has been hidden from us.
If you never let go of that, and take in into adulthood, it turns into something the psych community calls “magical thinking” amongst other sets
of symptoms. It is argued that it is a diseased and imbalanced way of thinking. The system is set up to function in a way that those with that thought
process cannot function well in it. They will finally start to believe they are crazy.
Other adults and the societal hierarchy isn’t well equipped to deal with those adults. They finally start to believe they’re crazy, too.
I find the numerous similarities in both brain scans and behavioral symptoms of those on the autism/schizophrenic spectrum to be undeniably
Just thinking about how all of the evidence and interconnected web of awful is being uncovered by a large number of people that the establishment
would have us believe are broken. Why are they broken? Because of how easy it is for them to see through the carefully crafted reality structure that
has been created for us to exist in.
I use ‘they’ but who am I kidding- wwg1... there’s def a “we” here.
a reply to: All Seeing Eye
edit on 21-3-2019 by SouthernGift because: (no reason given)