Originally posted by truthermantwo
And thanks for the concern about me needing help. But i reject that and ask you to just believe me when i say this is real. I dont need mental help,
i need to rpove voices are real and so is the technology behind it. and the voices are not in my head, they resonate sound that can be manipulated.
And the mind doesnt transduce sound into the ears wiithout some technology to that.. Ive studied up on this. think what you will, but youll only
stay deceived if you ignore me. And i can tell who is saying things on purpose to discredit me. say what you will, brainwashing is evil and people
who do it whould be talked to about it. But they dont listen because they want control of others.
While I can understand your position, and I even know what it's like, just a tiny
bit, you seem to be very stubborn when it comes to this
stuff. I have seen many, many people suggest to you that you may be blowing things out of proportion, or misinterpreting things, and that maybe you
should reconsider your views, and yet time after time after time you refuse to re-consider. In the absence of some kind of striking proof that you are
correct, it is only logical
that you reconsider. For you to not even consider it, for even a moment, suggests to me that you are delusional. I
don't say this to be insulting, hurtful, or argumentative. I say this as I feel it is the truth. It is typically delusional
people who are
100% unwilling to ever
consider any possibility other than the fact that their (delusional) beliefs are the truth. Regular, rational people do
not behave this way. And you see this phenomenon (refusal to consider alternatives) not only in cases of mental illness, like severe schizophrenia,
but also in hardcore religious fanatics, etc.
What you say about the brain not being able to send sound to the ear may or may not be technically true... what I can tell you is that the brain is
responsible for all of the sound you hear. External sound is something which only triggers processing
within the brain. A realistically
hallucinated sound will sound just the same as one which has been actually heard from external stimuli. This is the very nature of a
and is its distinguishing feature. Otherwise we would call it "daydreaming" or "fantasizing" or "imagining" or something like
I can tell you this From first hand experience
. While I am lucky enough to not be afflicted with certain mental conditions, I have long
ago hallucinated due to severe sleep deprivation. The auditory hallucinations I experienced were some of the most disturbing, frightening, and
things I have ever experienced. Pretty much never, did it ever sound like it was coming from "inside my head." Often, in fact, I
could deduce the direction I thought the sound was coming from (though not always.) And furthermore, I was completely delusional about it at the time.
I fully believed these were real sounds. I thought people were "spying on me." and trying to "mess with my head." It was not pretty, or fun. And
if you're having a similar experience, I truly feel for you.
Now, to be both thorough and fair-- do I discount the idea that technology exists which could "broadcast" a sound into a human brain? No-- in fact,
I am pretty certain they have something like that, or at least are working on developing it.
But ask yourself for a moment-- what is so important about you?
What would make you
specifically, a good target for such a technology.
You have to assume that if such tech existed, only a government or very large, wealthy corporation would have access, right? And I very much doubt
they would target people for "fun" or no good reason. Yes, testing could be a valid reason... but even then I doubt their test subjects would be
randomly chosen. So what reason do you think that you, specifically, would be a target for use of such a technology?
If you were less adamant about your position and at least willing to consider the issue, my own opinion about what is going on with you would be less
firm. But it is usually only delusional or fanatical people who refuse to consider their own positions. It is just usually a matter of degree (of
fanaticism or delusion) and the exact nature of their belief, which would determine whether society would be more likely to call them "stubborn" or
"mentally ill." I would say sometimes that line is pretty fine.