posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 11:23 PM
What is it: A person who has two souls or personalities. Each personality is equipped with its own attitudes. These spirits whip the mind and
personality back and forth as they vie for power: such as pride versus inferiority. Earline called these whipsaw demons.
The separate personalities are closely interwoven so that it is impossible for the person who has them to understand and control them. The best
explanation is found in Pigs in the Parlor. Saul was a good example of the schizophrenic personality.
Children often become double-minded when mother or father deal with them by manipulation instead of forthright. For instance, a parent sets a
reasonable and fair rule. The child wants to break it. Sometimes the parent will try to coax or manipulate the child into obeying rather than
dealing directly by spanking if it is needed (Amos 3:3 and Matt. 6:24).
Double-mindedness wears the person out, and frustrates and confuses him. Deciding, then antecedent stagnates a person. For example, Earline's
mother was here for a while; she couldn't be content for desiring to go home. When at home, she was pressed to stay somewhere else besides her home.
When away from home, great fears filled her about the house. She was miserable and made those around her miserable (James 1:5-8). Women especially
have trouble with deciding and undeciding about a situation - back and forth. Is this true ladies?
Schizophrenia always begins with rejection. This rejection may be real or imagined. Often a child is rejected soon after conception. The reason for
rejection doesn't matter. It could be unwanted, incest, rape, wrong sex, no more kids, hate parenthood, divorce, etc. We have seen cases where the
rejection was not real but the demons had used some minor incident to tell them they were unwanted and that person accepted the demons lie. This is
why parents need to talk over any situation with a child who seems troubled. Our daughter, Marie, felt like she was rejected after our son, Byron,
died but we had not rejected Marie.
A schizo parent will usually have a schizo child or children. It's not inherited like blue eyes but is demonic. Demons like to cluster. Spiritually:
like father - like son; like mother - like daughter.
A schizo parent has difficulty showing love. Since the mother is the most constant parent with the children and cannot feed love into them, they
become targets for rejection demons. Because fathers are away most of the day they seem special to children. They can be hurt very easily if they feel
father doesn't accept and show he loves them.
Many people don't understand who they are. One proof of the schizo personality is the constant question of Who am I? The identity of one's own self
is confused or lost. Do you have this problem?
Rejection is a withdrawing-type of personality; likes to work alone, doesn't participate, unsure, etc. Rejection is inward and withdrawn before it
is outward. Rejected people reject others before they can be rejected by them.
Rejection invites rebellion. For instance, a child or adult will fight for love and lash out at those starving him of love. Rebellion is the reaction
Rebellion is aggressive, angry, bitter, resentful and retaliates. This personality is moody, stubborn and selfish. A little humor, I am Moody with a
capital M but not moody with a little m.
Having rejection and rebellion in the same body is hard to bear. This personality switches back and forth in seconds.
Deliverance from the schizo personality takes time because the real self has often not developed very much at that point. If one is to be successful,
he needs Jesus. Jesus will help the real person to develop. Obedience to Jesus' instructions are necessary. Bible study and prayer are needed. You
can't just depend on casting out demons; you must discipline your life.
A schizo person is like a hurricane. If two schizo persons run into each other, there surely will be a storm.
If you are not schizo, you may be stunned after a stormy encounter with a schizo. Remain stable and calm; God will give you understanding.
When a schizo explodes, he opens the door to bitterness. Demons will convince him that it is all the other person's fault. Have you ever seen
someone that can not accept blame for anything that is their fault?
Often this fantasy of innocence will open the door for lust. It may take the form of sensual love or worldly love. Love of world and fear of man may
enter as this person is wed to the world for love. Thinking about having fine possessions will cause people to like them more. Or one may go into
sexual fantasy until one acts them out in experience. We are told from Genesis to to Revelations how to use our mind, how to discipline it and what to
set it on. The orders, if you want to call them that, are in Phil. 4:4-9. At the end of this verse (Amp.) we are commanded to fix our minds on them!
When we entertain fantasy we invite demons to invade us.
Under the rejection spell comes infirmity and insecurity, deep depression, self accusation, and compulsion to confess sins. For example, a person
enters into wrong doing and cannot keep from confession. He really wants to shock and hurt others so that he can get attention as a substitute for
Hard on the heels of these comes deception, self-seduction, delusion, fear and pride. Now we enter into the paranoid companion of schizophrenia.
On the rejection side are jealousy and envy usually of others who can give or receive love. On the rebellion side are distrust, suspicion and fears
of all types of persecution.
Paranoid demons do not care how they hurt others but are super sensitive to their own hurts. Schizos cannot forgive so they keep bitterness alive.
Three main areas to conquer are rejection, rebellion and bitterness. As the person breaks old habits of reaction, he must begin to give and receive
love, submit to valid authority, and readily forgive. Determination is required. This is basic deliverance, the Three R's. Generally, you get
rejected, become bitter and rebel.
As you begin to see yourself grow, it gets very exciting. You can give love and not be hurt when it is not returned. You will understand because you
have been there before.
Paranoia is conquered by faith and trust in God. You will do many new things because you are no longer torn between the rejection and rebellion