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He could have unlocked a kind of field, a collective mind set, check out this video about plants and how they can be used to measure the field that I am talking about. I have mentioned it earlier, it is called the "morphogenic field".
II don't know why "they" are trying to alter our minds, but from what I can gather about the species that are trying to alter us, and integrate with us, have a highly materialistic/physical viewpoint about the nature of life, and are trying to alter the planet energetically to suit thier kind...
I often feel like there is some kind of attempt to "change" me on an internal level, sometimes I wake up feeling empty, as if I have lost my connection to the organic world and have been connected to a more artificial matrix that is centred in the mind almost exclusivley as opposed to the imagination or the spirit.
The laughter epidemic began on January 30, 1962, at a mission-run boarding school for girls in Kashasha. The laughter started with three girls and spread haphazardly throughout the school, affecting 95 of the 159 pupils, aged 12–18. Symptoms lasted from a few hours to 16 days in those affected. The teaching staff were not affected but reported that students were unable to concentrate on their lessons. The school was forced to close down on March 18, 1962. After the school was closed and the students were sent home, the epidemic spread to Nshamba, a village that was home to several of the girls. In April and May, 217 people had laughing attacks in the village, most of them being school children and young adults. The Kashasha school was reopened on May 21, only to be closed again at the end of June. In June, the laughing epidemic spread to Ramashenye girls’ middle school, near Bukoba, affecting 48 girls. Another outbreak occurred in Kanyangereka and two nearby boys schools were closed. The Tanganyika laughter epidemic is sometimes understood as implying that thousands of people were continuously laughing for months. However this may not have been the case. Other reports tell that the epidemic consisted of occasional attacks of laughter among groups of people, occurring throughout the vicinity of the village of Kashasha at irregular intervals. According to reports, the laughter was incapacitating when it struck. Scientists have confirmed that laughter can be contagious. The school from which the epidemic sprang was sued; the children and parents transmitted it to the surrounding area. Other schools, Kashasha itself, and another village, comprising thousands of people, were all affected to some degree. Six to eighteen months after it started, the phenomenon died off. The following symptoms were reported on an equally massive scale as the reports of the laughter itself: pain, fainting, respiratory problems, rashes, attacks of crying, random screaming. In total 14 schools were shut down and 1000 people were affected.
Originally posted by Frater210
reply to post by dalan.
Hello, my young, smart friend. Thank you for coming by. You might enjoy The Mind Parasites by Colin Wilson if you have not gotten to it yet. Do you like Sci Fi?
11,613 cases of aggravated assault in a 5-year period: assaults occurred more often around the full moon.
Reference: Human aggression and the lunar synodic cycle (1978)
34,318 crimes in a 1-year period: crimes occurred more frequently during the full moon.
Reference: J. Psychology, vol. 93:81-83, 1976.
58,527 police arrests in a 7-year period: no difference in the number of arrests made during any phase of the moon.
Reference: Antisocial behavior and lunar activity: a failure to validate the lunacy myth (1977)
361,580 calls for police assistance in a 3-year period: calls had no relationship to the phase of the moon when the day of the week, holiday and year were controlled.
Reference: Perceptual and Motor Skills, 57:993-994, 1983.
1,289 aggressive "incidents" by hospitalized psychiatric patients in a 105-week period: no significant relationship between the severity or amount of violence/aggression and phase of the moon.
Reference: Lunar cycles and violent behaviour (1998)
The rate of agitation in 24 nursing home residents in a 3-month period: no significant relationship of agitation to moon phase.
Reference: Full moon: Does it influence agitated nursing home residents? (1989)