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1 hour ago, rs1978 said:

I love D.I i belive in D.I i have read several books but every since i have followed him I have never been so fkn depressed in all my life 

Truth hurts

Its an occupational hazard

I remember the time i finished reading my first book about exposition of massive corruption many decades ago. Result was a major nervous breakdown lasting a week

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Its only depressing because of the inertia caused by the rest of the population not being honest with themselves about what's going on

 

If they were honest we could all face the problems together and resolve them but instead truthers have to watch the conspiracy unfold like a slow motion train wreck

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I have some of what you might call depression right now, when intensity OF ONES OWN THOUGHTS (or a symbosis of our own thoughts and others contribitions) needfully as the case maybe requires rest from fatigue or frustration, and so the act of being depressed I find ALLOWS THE WORLD TO STOP A WHILE,

 

... and [B R E A T H E] to slowly enable the waves of emotion to cool, (like after good exercise you cool off)

.... . . .... . . ....  and like the analogy of parting the waves in the sea to catch a breath rather than drowning in information or whatever is bothering you/us/we lot/anyone, collectively or as an individual...

So depression is I'd say a mixed bag often like any mental health issue (but if handled correctly, a blessing in disguise)... And when necessary best part is it helps get you freed of too many thoughts (A DEFRAG but not necessarily an entire eradication of thoughts, coz that would be like a person being dead)....

 

So what does this offer, it serves to consciously or subconsciously jilt-off the negatives (cast-off surplus thoughts, or unhelpful shit) or refrain/reframe/refocus the negativity energies/thoughts  somewhat into a more streamlined or slightly neater package to help you overcome self doubt or feelings of AM I WORTHY TOO first off all by disengaging from distraction... Using if you find useful a timely (or sudden if that is more your style) cessation of overthinking in order for recalibration to truly 're-cognate' (like a "cognitive" word?!) inside your mind. (to allow to rest & refresh & reset and reform, reaffirm). 🙂 And relax better to when its time to relax. 

 

This temporary cessation of sensory overload etc, I believe works (in me anyway) and is so because taking a temporary step back from the world and alll its' kaos and dynamic interplay, and maybe to advocate as essential,  includes about offering yourself out of repetitive habits - where possible - and where recognized in these golden moments of self reflection...and even better allows serious reassessment to take place PEACEFULLY WITH YOURSELF over and above manic garbled rush to relieve any gremlins or psychological 'ticks' (=narky irritating thoughts/feelings etc) in your system or just let go.

 

So this is what will take place for me in true depression, but it can also be an uplift A POSITIVE FOR YOU to be NOT BEGUILING YOURSELF about STUFF (for anybody reckoning to be a person of worth),

 

WARNING: go easy on yourself if pressure is mounting too much. 

 

And with great credibility and sustainance for the soul, the very fact that I/you are acknowledging the state of the world honestly and with "integrity" is a proud thing to s-e-e  t-h-i-n-gs a-s  t-h-e-y  a-r-e,  even when (until we learn whats what & how best to manage something), yes this stuff DOES & WILL cause depression for reasons such as dismay at witnessing insane actions of idiots in the world is anything but proud but DO NOT BE DEFEATED BY THIS...

 

What the second main uplift is btw, after having had a time-out, combined with being fairly smart in how you address things has to do with seeing others out there having a lot the same thoughts. Many of whom are right here on this forum. Sometimes people piss each other off but thats life. And we have to remember we have the ability to be good people ANY TIME we choose to be!!  


Now I know depression can rack up over time and is sometimes the result of when words are not enough.. And yeah by being on an online forum there are nothing but words,😁 (sometimes a psychosis neurotic soup of echoing brooding and dissonance, even anarchic opinions etc) so for the answer to that is read a book, meditate, (meet friends if you can & and of you have them, those that are on your wavelength) 

I pretty much don't have much in the way ideal friends btw, too bad you might say, life still goes on, but I dont see depression as needing to be a pitstop going on crashoff -> Error! 

 

Try just recentering yourself somehow OP... go do some gentle or indeed rigorous exercise to give your mind the HEAD SPACE (a physical quiet space too if needed) to reformulate and help the mind implement and understand where it has to go to make HELPFUL changes in how you go about life!

 

Be well, but also don't feel bad about being depressed any time you are (which is kind of my recurring theme throughout this advice, like the way stress too has an upside side to it - OR pressure likewise, except usually the last thing we want when depressed is to have top-heavy pressure or copious stress).

 

So my point is about making depression more comprehensible abd managable is~ ¶its good & healthy sometimes to admit this to ourselves when the need arises to face depression!¶

 

Depressiveness is perhaps/ even probably a result of the world at large and the sorts of people in it, which we are faced with too is less of a choice sometimes, ((¶whereas depression DOES offer choices and need not be morose or melancholy¶))..

 

So, indeed we can by some measure always influence this or in the case of bad toxic people, (damage limitate) just stay away from them when suckie egg/sour grape people try to drag us down. 

 

 

****Best Wishes****

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Small Edit to include:

 

but I dont see depression as needing to be a "permanent pitstop" going on "crashoff" <-> That Would Be The" Life Error!" (to prolong depression when perhaps you don't need to, yet at the same time mistakes made by us all is encapsulated by this saying== "its OK to not be OK"... Okay!!? 🙂  

 

JUST A PITSTOP CAN BE ENOUGH! / (is fine most of the time)... unless depression is clinical / disempowering/ debilitating

and thus a person is severely effected. 

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23 hours ago, rs1978 said:

I love D.I i belive in D.I i have read several books but every since i have followed him I have never been so fkn depressed in all my life 

 

All I can say is that increased and prolonged EMF exposure leads to deep depression. Other mental illnesses can also re-emerge, such as PTSD, but also other physical ailments. EMF causes melatonin deficiency which also leads to serotonin disorders!

I was really sick and had to take a lot of pills. Like painkillers, sleeping pills, psychotropic drugs against depression, etc.

But fortunately I came to the cause!!!
Since I protect myself from EMF and we have shielded our apartment. Since then I feel much better!!!

But for this you need a measuring device (Acousicom 2).

I asked myself over 1 year why I am so depressed, because there was no reason for it! Now I know better.

Wifi is very bad in this regard!!!

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23 hours ago, rs1978 said:

I love D.I i belive in D.I i have read several books but every since i have followed him I have never been so fkn depressed in all my life 

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On 6/6/2021 at 1:44 PM, rs1978 said:

I love D.I i belive in D.I i have read several books but every since i have followed him I have never been so fkn depressed in all my life 

 

What exactly is making you depressed?

 

If reading David Ickes books make you depressed, then you are not really taking in or doing anything useful with the information you have gleaned.

 

Or perhaps you are not mentally strong enough to deal with the true nature of our reality, and why things in the world happen as they do.

 

In contrast, I've been depressed in the past, however since reading some of David Ickes books and becoming more aware of what is going on, I actually feel less depressed.

 

I feel 'armed with' knowledge and information, and am able to discern more for myself what I feel is right or wrong, what is true or not.

 

The 'news' no longer depresses me; I know now that most of it is bullshit social engineering propaganda, and seriously I spend more time laughing at the media than feeling 'fearful' of it.

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I understand that if you read David Icke's work and you are for example new to this information, that it can be a shock for some people. The truth is quite dark and most mainstream people are so asleep, they cannot even understand that there is a different story to these big global events that is changing society in drastic ways and that the alternative story is the truth. They think that mainstream media is telling truth while they are lying constantly. And everyone is different of course when it comes to downloading information. David Icke's books and live events are for those who have an open mind and who understand that there is an alternative side to everything. Not everyone feels the same if you hear what he has to say.

 

When I first David Icke talk in an interview about a year ago, I felt angry at the world, had pain and depression. But that was not because of what David Icke had to say. It was because of how the world was and how people reacted on it. I felt depressed because of constantly hearing the same 'official narrative' that basically says: 'This is how it is, accept it, deal with it, don't question authority and obey.' This without any explanation or context. Even if an explanation is given by authorities, it doesn't make any sense. Evidence is always ignored and ridiculed, which I thought was very strange. The world seemed to be created for humans, yet everything is designed for non - human purposes. As if everything is reversed. And it is. Even people around me accepted and still accept the 'official' narrative of everything without questioning anything and that made me depressed, sometimes still, but way less now. I felt as if something wasn't right, that this wasn't the 'real world' but I coudn't explain what it was. David Icke's work makes me powerful because what he says makes so much sense to me and it does connect all the dots. In stead of seeing some pieces of a puzzle, I now see the whole picture because of him and that makes me more stronger.  He tells the truth and gives hope. He investigates everything based on evidence, not assumptions and is not afraid to speek the truth. No matter what is thrown at him.

 

The truth has a powerful vibration that I feel and I am and not afraid to speek up my mind anymore, even when ridiculed and God, that happend a lot. Truth is stronger then fiction, even if it's dark. This man was ridiculed for years but he always said the same thing, even today, as when he started 31 years ago. There must be some truth in there. I really resonate with his energy and vibration. And it helped me to understand more about how the world really works. 

 

In the beginning his work can be quite overwhelming, but it can change. An awakening can be quite destructive. Because everything that you have been told, is a lie. If you really resonate with the truth and David Icke's work, your energy will change eventually and you can feel powerful, hopeful and not afraid. 

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On the flip side imagine what an incredible ride life could become for the entire human race if enough people started waking upto the truth and all started talking with each other about how we could do things differently to build a better world for everyone

 

Imagine if people took all that energy and focus that they currently pour into consuming the mainstream, corporate media and celebrity gossip and hollywood movies and pop music and sport and instead started turning their minds to how best to achieve the fundamentals of life:

 

-nutritious food

-clean water

-clean air

-sustainable fuel

-quality shelter

-sustainable clothing

-community

-spiritual connection with wider nature

 

....without endocrine disrupting chemicals, without chemtrail geoengineering, without periodical fleecing of the public through the central bank orchestrated 'business cycle', without injections from big pharma that contain toxins such as aluminium, thimerosol and formaldehyde, without divisive social engineering, without consolidating, monopolistic mega-corporations, without consumerism built on the back of affluenza insecurity, without wars abroad turning poor countries into rubble, without the constant rape of the natural world, without harmful microwaves, without the elevation and glorification of people who exhibit all the worst and most narcissistic traits of humanity.....

 

imagine that

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Yeah, depression would definitely sum it up. Not fear but just like Macnamara said "watching a train wreck in slow motion" surreal.

Driving by a school and seeing little kids playing outdoors in masks ! Thinking, are all these kids going to have brain 

damage, respiratory problems, and more because teachers and parents just ignored common sense and went along with this

global psy-op? What if this would have been ME at that age with all this going on?

Finding out that a family member and a long time friend, both got pricked despite pleading with them to educate

on the things people like David expose. Breathe, focus on what's still beautiful left in the world and watch it unfold. 

The Division Bell has been sounded.

 

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On 6/6/2021 at 10:44 PM, rs1978 said:

I love D.I i belive in D.I i have read several books but every since i have followed him I have never been so fkn depressed in all my life 

Simple , don't follow him then, unless of course you like being depressed, or better still follow him and change the way you  think

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30 minutes ago, Ortantyun said:

It is a main problem nowadays. Almost every adult has a depression. It happens due to the routine work and problems in the family/ Therefore, you should contact a qualified specialist firstly.

 

Hi. Personally, I would counsel against going to the NHS. They've been enthusiastically trying to persuade everyone they're depressed for years. They have a vested interest in drugging folk, and it can't be good to have your mental health on record as being questionable for any reason - it gives the State the opportunity to assume responsibility to making your decisions for you since you're incapacitated. (You'll be well & truely incapacitated when on the med's and no longer know or care whether your left is your right).

 

And they can convince people who are experiencing a normal low, be it sadness or tiredness or stress, that they are mentally ill, when I suspect many will just get past these things naturally. It's not normal to be permanently jolly or even numb after all.

 

I'm not minimalising true depression which I know afflicts some people horribly, but am very wary of the drive by some to have everyone on a mental health list.

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1 hour ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

Hi. Personally, I would counsel against going to the NHS. They've been enthusiastically trying to persuade everyone they're depressed for years. They have a vested interest in drugging folk, and it can't be good to have your mental health on record as being questionable for any reason - it gives the State the opportunity to assume responsibility to making your decisions for you since you're incapacitated. (You'll be well & truely incapacitated when on the med's and no longer know or care whether your left is your right).

 

And they can convince people who are experiencing a normal low, be it sadness or tiredness or stress, that they are mentally ill, when I suspect many will just get past these things naturally. It's not normal to be permanently jolly or even numb after all.

 

I'm not minimalising true depression which I know afflicts some people horribly, but am very wary of the drive by some to have everyone on a mental health list.

Fantastic bit of advice there mate, 20 years ago the only passengers on board, two men,  attacked me when I was driving the late night bus the number 1,  a notoriously dangerous route, especially at night,  between Whitehawk and Mileoak in Brighton and Hove! They robbed me of my takings, over two hudred quid and it was a lot in those days, and punched me around a bit before running off. This was before driver's safety screens were installed and it was easier to drag someone out of the driver's seat! The police arrived and so did a pair of bus inspectors from the so called 'rapid response' team, but it still took around forty five minutes🤔 As always in those days, the bus cameras were not working correctly and those two men were never arrested! I had a bit of time off and then returned to work seemingly feeling alright. about six weeks later I got up for work and felt as if I'd got the flu or something so I rang in sick, but after a few days I realised that it was more than that, I started panicking if the house phone rang, I wouldn't answer the front door I used to send my wife, if we had visitors { remember those days? } I'd go upstairs until they'd gone! I started taking our dog out over the Downs at one or two o'clock in the mornings just to avoid people, until you've gone through something like this yourself it's so hard to describe how dark your world had become! Eventually my doctor got me some counselling, which was, to be honest, total bollocks, she sat there listening and throwing in the occasional 'huh huh' 'huh huh' she sounded like she was practising her Elvis Presley impressions! Eventually I started making excuses and just stopped going entirely! Then slowly, but surely, my depression started to fade and I stayed downstairs when visitors arrived and the suicidal thoughts began to fade, I saw my granchildren when they came around and realised how lucky I was to have a family and how selfish I'd been to push them away for all those horrible dark months! It was probably about six months all told and by then the bus company had let me go on medical grounds, the relief I felt was tremendous and it's difficult to explain that to anyone who's never gone a similar experience! For ages after, I couldn't travel as a bus passenger without feeling that I couldn't breathe and eventually having to get off before arriving at my destination, then after a breather, catching the next bus and continuing on my journey! But, I can honestly say, that those shit experiences have left me feeling stronger and more determined that I'll never go under again!

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1 hour ago, Steven Tansell said:

Fantastic bit of advice there mate, 20 years ago the only passengers on board, two men,  attacked me when I was driving the late night bus the number 1,  a notoriously dangerous route, especially at night,  between Whitehawk and Mileoak in Brighton and Hove! They robbed me of my takings, over two hudred quid and it was a lot in those days, and punched me around a bit before running off. This was before driver's safety screens were installed and it was easier to drag someone out of the driver's seat! The police arrived and so did a pair of bus inspectors from the so called 'rapid response' team, but it still took around forty five minutes🤔 As always in those days, the bus cameras were not working correctly and those two men were never arrested! I had a bit of time off and then returned to work seemingly feeling alright. about six weeks later I got up for work and felt as if I'd got the flu or something so I rang in sick, but after a few days I realised that it was more than that, I started panicking if the house phone rang, I wouldn't answer the front door I used to send my wife, if we had visitors { remember those days? } I'd go upstairs until they'd gone! I started taking our dog out over the Downs at one or two o'clock in the mornings just to avoid people, until you've gone through something like this yourself it's so hard to describe how dark your world had become! Eventually my doctor got me some counselling, which was, to be honest, total bollocks, she sat there listening and throwing in the occasional 'huh huh' 'huh huh' she sounded like she was practising her Elvis Presley impressions! Eventually I started making excuses and just stopped going entirely! Then slowly, but surely, my depression started to fade and I stayed downstairs when visitors arrived and the suicidal thoughts began to fade, I saw my granchildren when they came around and realised how lucky I was to have a family and how selfish I'd been to push them away for all those horrible dark months! It was probably about six months all told and by then the bus company had let me go on medical grounds, the relief I felt was tremendous and it's difficult to explain that to anyone who's never gone a similar experience! For ages after, I couldn't travel as a bus passenger without feeling that I couldn't breathe and eventually having to get off before arriving at my destination, then after a breather, catching the next bus and continuing on my journey! But, I can honestly say, that those shit experiences have left me feeling stronger and more determined that I'll never go under again!

 

I'm glad you got past it - I'll bet your wife's support was a lot more valuable to you than the Elvis impersonator.

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On 6/12/2021 at 3:44 AM, Different said:

Yeah, depression would definitely sum it up. Not fear but just like Macnamara said "watching a train wreck in slow motion" surreal.

Driving by a school and seeing little kids playing outdoors in masks ! Thinking, are all these kids going to have brain 

damage, respiratory problems, and more because teachers and parents just ignored common sense and went along with this

global psy-op? What if this would have been ME at that age with all this going on?

Finding out that a family member and a long time friend, both got pricked despite pleading with them to educate

on the things people like David expose. Breathe, focus on what's still beautiful left in the world and watch it unfold. 

The Division Bell has been sounded.

 

 

Excellent first post!..... Love your name...  Being or Doing *different* (tada!) is something to be proud of, no matter of shallow minded or ignorant people, whom in my experience give grief based on others aspiring to be different, but stay clear of the nay sayers, and yeah join in our discussions.... Welcome Different! 🙏👍

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On 6/6/2021 at 12:44 PM, rs1978 said:

I love D.I i belive in D.I i have read several books but every since i have followed him I have never been so fkn depressed in all my life 

 

This is an understandable response. The way you are feeling is perfectly valid. Many people who learn this information will have periods of depression. I am experiencing one right now. The best response to depression is to set aside time for yourself to rest and take care of yourself.

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3 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

I'm glad you got past it - I'll bet your wife's support was a lot more valuable to you than the Elvis impersonator.

Thanks mate, yes she was, and after all that our two daughters don't bother with us since the scamdemic started 'because we're too selfish to take the jabs'🤔Our one daughter lives in Eastbourne with her husband and three kids, the other lives here in Brighton about two miles from us with her partner and three kids, the youngest being a year old now and we've never been allowed to see her, ever! That daughter is the one who told me I was 'a nutter anyway🤭for following wankers like David Icke, you want to grow up and act your age, but then you've never been right in the head since your breakdown have you'? That prompted me to buy this cap, and I love it!cap.png.0b81af37b4cf432ae48b160269d7b56a.png

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What did King Lear say about filial ingratitude. I feel for you @Steven Tansell.

 

I've not been abandoned, but when objecting (very quietly & mildly for me) a while back at the nonsense of having to wear a mask to walk to & from the bar, but it was OK to take it off once at the dining table 3 feet away in some fancy, over-priced pizza place, I was just subjected to urgent, half warning & half pleading looks from my daughter. I was meeting her (then) soon to be in-laws for the 1st time, and her look said, "Please, please don't embarrass me". Clearly my attempted persuasion previously to avoid the jab and resist the BS had not worked.

 

I'd rather kill or die than lose her.

 

Sorry if I'm speaking out of turn, but I think your girls are very cruel.

 

Love the cap!

 

 

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40 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

What did King Lear say about filial ingratitude. I feel for you @Steven Tansell.

 

I've not been abandoned, but when objecting (very quietly & mildly for me) a while back at the nonsense of having to wear a mask to walk to & from the bar, but it was OK to take it off once at the dining table 3 feet away in some fancy, over-priced pizza place, I was just subjected to urgent, half warning & half pleading looks from my daughter. I was meeting her (then) soon to be in-laws for the 1st time, and her look said, "Please, please don't embarrass me". Clearly my attempted persuasion previously to avoid the jab and resist the BS had not worked.

 

I'd rather kill or die than lose her.

 

Sorry if I'm speaking out of turn, but I think your girls are very cruel.

 

Love the cap!

 

 

No mate, you're not, but it is what it is, and there's no way I'll ever go down the breakdown path path again, we gave them life, what they do with it now is entirely up to them👍

Have a nice weekend mate, all the best to you and yours!👍

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On 6/6/2021 at 1:44 PM, rs1978 said:

I love D.I i belive in D.I i have read several books but every since i have followed him I have never been so fkn depressed in all my life 

 

 

Depends how long and how many days you look into the conspiracy realm. 

 

You need balance when you can just switch off for few days and recharge. If your reading conspiracy everyday it becomes very easy to fall into an echo chamber where as everyone's saying the same thing.

 

Need time out do meditation or hill walking or just walks in general and relax and get more balance in your life.

 

Many year's ago I nearly ended up have an overload breakdown. Got to stage where I was checking my phone throughout the night to see what latest conspiracy or news was. 

 

Having negative effect on my life and body.

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As time goes by, it's becoming clearer that the conspiracy is taking off the mask, becoming more open with its actions, and more obvious to anyone with an open mind and access to relatively uncensored news. When we can see what's happening in full view before us, it's easier to decide what to do about it. I find that less depressing, and even energising, compared to not really knowing what's going on and feeling powerless to contribute to a solution. 

 

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