Originally posted by randyvs
reply to post by CrimsonKnight13
I'm starting to wonder if this is a dissociative identity disorder episode due to reference about Jekyll & Hyde. Are we only speaking with one side
of dr treg or is the person missing plagued with this? Maybe there's a stranger reason why this is actually in the paranormal subforum?
I admit I wasn't convinced of anything early on but
I think you may have made a great call.
Not that I am the sharpest tool in the shed, but I would like to concur, for what it's worth with the above poster.
Taken all together, the jeckyll-hyde reference, the shipman thread from the OP and its subject matter, the original wording of the post, and the forum
of paranormal it was posted in--as well as, secondarily, the pic and the writing.....it seems obvious that we are being given a subset of
psychological givens, if you will, and an extrapolation thereof: Missing, from a small island, and a "partner" reporting said circumstance. With
the Jekyll Hyde reference, the implications of info in the Shipman thread about dendrite transformation (neurophysical pathology) and a pic with
handwriting wishing a happy birthday to a "baby boy" despite the pic being of a woman...
well, put it all together.
Hypothetically, a small island, is a human body. Jekyll and Hyde, and shipman info, regards and implies two inhabiting one, or disassociative
disorder, or split personality, or I could even reference a thread here
(please take this with a grain of salt but understand what I am getting at, psychologically and technologically, after all this is ATS)
and combine this with the posting in the paranormal, other than "normal" forum.....
with these thoughts contexts applied, it seems rather obvious, then., that, this is Fiona/Jane, herself, or could be a "partner" who associates
themselves over-personallly, as it were, and then may, in fact, if viewing the person as a literal extension, then of themselves, have something to do
with the "disappearance."
Even the term disappearance....provokes thought, given what I described above.
In all this thinking here to write this, it strikes me, that our current mode of interacting with one another, interfacing, as it were, even,
predisposes us to fudge and/or lose sight of boundaries in regards psychologically, easily, and shade by shade, day to day, inch into something quite
unhealthy. And I am putting myself and my mind here, in a place where it does not go in my life, but sees others go daily, in our society, on every
level, encouraging and allowing what I described to take place.
Lastly, "I love her to bits." This disturbs me, on a gut level. Like someone saying to me, I love you to death.
This, also, I find, disturbing. Pieces vs. the whole. Missing vs. here and present. Love and death, which aren't supposed to be together......
Maybe I've had too much wine......