Posts posted by Michi713
Went to a psychologist at the request of my mom when I was 20. (no surprise there)
The psycho’s sales pitch was attempting to make me feel as insecure and unsure about myself as possible. Then offer herself as a remedy for the issues she attempted to create in me.
She left me feeling icky.
Ok this is a video of jaysanalysis about 20 minutes long just listing very great books. If you’re into secret societies, mind control, etc. grab a pen and paper to take notes cause he moves through them quickly.
From the article:
“I knew that traits from the so-called Dark Triad (narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy) as well as the traits subsumed within psychopathy are linked to health risk behavior and health problems, and I expected them to be implicated in health behaviors during the pandemic,” says the quack.
Sounds like the devil himself! More accurately describes any politician these days.
Yey! (Merrily skips to the bookshelf)
Mostly into mass mind control and human experimentation lately.
on the medical industry:
Deadly Medicines and Organized Crime Peter Gotzsche
Drugging Our Children: how profiteers are pushing antipsychotics on our youngest and what we can do to stop it Sharna Olfman and Brent Dean Robbins
Medical Apartheid: Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present Harriet A. Washington
The Plutonium Files: America’s Secret Medical Experiments in the Cold War Era Eileen Welsome
The Social Animal Elliot Aronson
Human Nature Robert Greene
Our Toxic World Doris J. Rapp MD
Exposed: the electronic sickening of America and how to protect yourself Bill Cadwaller
Zapped! Irradiation and the death of food Wenonah Hauter and Mark Worth
The Pentagon’s Brain Annie Jacobsen
Is it Genes or Lead?
Another shooting in Seattle’s CHOP community lead to another slew of comments on Zerohedge about how African Americans have inherently low impulse control, are a lower species, and should thus continue to kill themselves off.
I am in no way making excuses for the violence in African American communities in the US. It is clearly a multifaceted problem. And should be remedied within those communities.
What I am doing is exclusively negating the supposed fact that the violence occurs because of an inherent genetic deficiency.
One obvious contradiction is that the violence is usually centralized in inner city neighborhoods across the US, and not all AA citizens commit violence.
Also, lead levels in inner city dirt and water has been long known to contain poisonous amounts of lead.
The following links are to scientific articles regarding lead levels in inner cities:
What does lead do a (child) or adult brain?
“High lead levels cause brain atrophy in areas of the brain controlling executive functions, mood regulation, and decision making, IMPULSE CONTROL, and may contribute to criminal behavior.”
⁃ book Science for Sale by David Lewis p. 88
In 2000 there was a study funded by the EPA, USDA, and HUD that applied biosolids (HUMAN SHIT WASTE AND SEWERAGE SLUDGE) to an African American neighborhood in Baltimore. (p.83)
In 2001 the EPA and USDA also experimented in poor, black neighborhoods in East St. Louis, Illinois in which they applied more human shit and toxic waste to already high lead level soil. (p. 83)
“Tilling the soil and adding lead contaminated biosolids could have increased lead poisoning and caused brain damage.”
So if anyone looks a little deeper into the black problem in the US they will see that it cannot summed up in one neat little explanation, though I realize that confirmation bias is a strong psychological force in internet culture.
“You can’t ever find a place that’s nice and peaceful, because there isn’t any. You may think there is, but once you get there, when you’re not looking, somebody’ll sneak up and write ‘Fuck you’ right under your nose.“
- Holden Caulfield
Dunno maybe he’s equating the futility wearing of masks to the futility of wearing a tinfoil hat.
4 minutes ago, motleyhoo said:
They didn't inject money into anything, they gave it to multinational corporations, banks and drug companies. Everyone who has their greedy hands in the Federal trough filled their pockets to overflowing.
Absolutely right Motleyhoo. The banks and those gaming the system made mad money off the deal and we got our little pathetic pittance. Oh and all the dead people who got paid! Surely the same dead will be voting come November.
But who cares about that when there’s fire and people are breaking statues!
Alcohol is a stupifier drug. Widely accepted because it’s users don’t threaten the elite agenda. Like burgers and fries, keep them fat and stupid.
That map to me represents millions of livelihoods destroyed by the government during lockdown.
2 hours ago, Dagmar Gross said:Whether you like Trump or not, is not the issue - he is the only world leader who has defeated the Rothschilds by hijacking their central bank in the USA.
This happened quietly during March 2020, and without any media coverage, because the media is owned by the same of Rothschild banking empire.
Haven’t been able to verify that Trump hijacked the Federal Reserve Bank in March. Only that the Fed injected $6 trillion into the economy in March. Fed chairman Powell is still running the fed.
How can the nature of reality be found through examining concepts like in a classroom setting anyway? Especially when there’s no teacher. Seems like an exercise in what reality is not rather than what it is.
Then there’s parlor tricks. Hold a feather up to your third eye and you may get sucked up into the sky, even go where you want. Cool, but without being of service what’s the point?
Are all thought intrusions, auditory, visual, and other “hallucinations” to be ignored? Are they all demons? TV fuzz? They’re there for a reason, maybe to be faced. Who’s to say?
My knowledge of ancient initiation rituals is embarrassingly crude and distorted, but they seem to have involved going into a cave, maybe taking potent hallucinogens, and undergoing a terrifying death and rebirth experience. Only afterward is the nature of reality revealed to the initiate.
Or finding the nature of reality may involve having what people call a nervous breakdown or going full on psychotic.
My shoe broke and I fell down one Spring day in the year 2000. That kicked off a full blown 3 day, very intense psychotic episode. Maybe I fell into a vortex. Who knows, it was Arizona.
The real reality may have been revealed while I was completely wallpaper licking manic! At the time I didn’t understand what I was experiencing and couldn’t handle the sinister aspects of the experience.
Without medical intervention or pharmaceuticals, it took 6 months for the residuals of those three days to fully subside.
I went full on materialist from then on. A week of exclusively handling business and household matters leaves me extremely anxious though.
A part of me wants another crack at being nuts, what was for me a first hand peek behind the veil.
Having to be normal and function “normally” doesn’t seem conducive to finding the nature of reality. It’s not a safe endeavor and could even be torturous to some.
On the other hand, “normal” seems to be crumbling all around us, isn’t it?
9 hours ago, motleyhoo said:
You have to remember the actual nurses, doctors and healthcare workers, many of them work in a bubble within a system that is top-down scripted, and the system is holding all of these people in meetings everyday giving them all kinds of dire predictions and exaggerating the "threat" like it's Armageddon. Many of these people cannot see the forest for the trees because they're too close to the "action", so they do things like really believe every positive test is real Covid, and overreact because they've been filled with fear. From the emergency management side of things it's even worse. These people train all year for various emergencies and when nothing happens for years they get almost psychotic in their desperation for something to please happen, and then when an exaggerated fraud of a pandemic comes along, as soon as they hear the word "pandemic" they immediately set into motion like an apocalypse is about to happen, with each person having a scripted manual of each things they have to do, and once this machine of people gets rolling there is no stopping it. The school systems are the same way, and you just follow the rules of the supervisors, who are following the rules of their supervisors, unless you want to lose your job. It's almost like a comedy movie or Bennie Hill skit how the system works, turning people into mindless cogs.
So true. In fact, not only the healthcare, school, and emergency professionals, but our insane State and city governments are drooling for another chance to break the public. And break them they will.
This summer they are letting the sheep out to pasture. They will be herded into the barn again come fall, just in time for the election (by mail). They are already ramping up propaganda. “Covid affects the entire body system, causes blood clots, can be passed without symptoms, etc.”
After witnessing the complete fear-based obedience of almost everyone in the first go round I have no doubt they will be switched on and off at the elite’s will, whenever they want. Lockdowns, riots, rinse and repeat.
I agree there is probably something in September, as it coincides with esoteric numbers, timed to the next equinox, and coincides with the rolling out of 5G.
7 minutes ago, Seeker said:
So what causes the intrusive thought and how can you overcome them? After watching inception it made me wonder, where do thoughts come from haha
Haven’t found the definite source of that nor how to overcome it. I have a theory though.
It could be what is called “the trickster.”
45 minutes ago, Seeker said:
And how do people come to realise we are all aspects of a one consciousness. I’ve never done drugs so primarily had a 5 sense 3d reality my whole life and I’m struggling to understand how people figure out that concept, not that I deny it.
I’ve done a fair share of drugs and still haven’t encountered the one consciousness thing.
So there’s everything, like the Hindu God Shiva. One prayer to Shiva begins like this:
“O mighty Shiva, worlds are indeed indebted to you.
So also gods and demons and all life in the universe.
Even Brahma the creator and Vishnu the preserver.”
So when I think about or meditate on God who encompasses all; both good and evil and just everything everywhere, that is the closest I can get.
Though I am a part of the whole, I still feel separate from the divine.
The Upanishads states that only the enlightened can see true reality. The rest of us can only catch glimpses from time to time. To relinquish all desire is the key. I tend to agree.
Damnit I’ve got nothing!
One way to explore the nature of reality is to explore within your own mind. Like what makes you operate the way you do?
I picked up this book by Ivo Dominguez Jr. called Keys to Perception: A Practical Guide to Psychic Development.
I’m not down with all the exercises in the book, and the title is a little silly, but...
When you get past the regular meditations, the ones that involve simply observing thoughts and letting them pass you by, the author claims you can begin to slow your thoughts down. Once you have slowed them, you can examine how they arise.
For instance: I noticed my thoughts occur kind of like a slideshow. One after the other, and I can flip through them at will.
But when I have a (schizophrenic or intrusive?) thought I notice that I cannot flip through that. I cannot change the slide and the thought/presence persists independent of my control.
Oh true THAT! I’m sitting here waiting for my kid to fall asleep trying not to bust out laughing!
11 minutes ago, itsnotallrightjack said:
A lot of rich people are not very nice to be with.
True. And ya know, a lot of people in general aren’t very nice, but the wealthy have that extra level. They like to think they can impress you by talking about what they’ve got. So they brag on and on but never hand over the dough! Just give me your money and be gone. Oops I’ve said too much.
I married for love, but sometimes when I’ve just finished cleaning the house and still have to cook dinner I have selfish thoughts. Was independent most of my adult life. It was overrated for me.
So true! When I was dating my my now husband he got an English Bulldog puppy. He was divinely cute. He could not get 3 feet without some broad running up squealing at him. I was so disgusted. But yeah. Smush face puppies even better.
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