posted on Sep, 10 2008 @ 01:14 PM
reply to post by mwen
Yeah I sort of think like mwen along these lines... Perhaps there is some electromagnetic sensitivity issue in play that makes people basically
obsess about the issues for which the brain cannot process. Those are issues which register a ?? in the brain, such as God, UFOs, Aliens, etc... and
those feeling get intensified to the point you feel like your going insane. The mind is a really powerful thing and simply thoughts can take on a
life of their own. I had an episode awhile back where I let my thoughts run wild with a few of these conspiracy theories (including HAARP/Telsa
weapons, etc) being plausible. After a trip to the shrink, he said I had a case of mania going on, possibly bipolar. He really doesn't know too
much about the history or science supporting the conspiracies, but when you start telling people about such tales, their eyes sort of glaze over, like
you are telling them about a sci-fi novel.
This took quite a bit of work for me to overcome, but after a bit of therapy.. the thing I learned which was quite helpful was to examine your core
beliefs and test each one, to isolate false beliefs and put those into perspective.
I am not sure what is causing this to occur in our society, but it very well could be related to electromagnetic sensitivity from HAARP, or may it
could be some ELF signals, or perhaps cell phone towers.. All of those theories are out there, and there is no proof/evidence of the allegations one
way or the other. Seems like the most logical conclusion to draw from this is wait til someone give actual scientific proof is introduced and remain
skeptical about everything.
It is very easy for an active imagination to run wild with these conspiracy theories, especially if you connect the dots between several of them..
such as HAARP+Project Blue Beam+NWO. One could easily come up with a dozen or so concocted conclusions which leave you with a feeling of gloom/doom
and paranoia. That in itself is pretty much what the rest of the world calls depression... combine that with the manic rhetoric and you have yourself
a classic case of bipolar. People should not make huge leaps when it comes to conspiracy theories... it is very unhealthy IMO. People should have
reservation and seek truth+proof, instead of just believing everything that is mentioned in these threads. Denying Ignorance does NOT mean believing
in things which are untrue.