Sunday, May 6, 2018

one of my sunday church chats talking about sorcery in prescription medicine

Lets look at "Logical Fallacy". By studying thought you can see a list of logical fallacy by the erroneous way that humans think. Examining the side-effect of suicide in anti-depressants, ritalin, etc we can safely assume, within the scientific realm and philosophical debate, that since anti-depressants cause suicide, thats a logical fallacy side-effect. So, if a patient doesn't commit suicide, that doesn't mean that person doesn't have logical fallacy from happening. If you examine this medical report on anti-depressants causing patients to break up with their lovers, this is also a logical fallacy at work in the mind. The patient is consumed by thinking in terms of logical fallacy, in the way they think, act, in their choices, decisions, actions, behavior, etc. They become different, they are not being themselves, they become depersonalized and lose their true character and being and have lost something- the "telos" by which they live by, and by that their life is a struggle to live freely and thrively, they think in trial and error tangents, in the sexual-side effect tangents, the doing things the hard way tangents, and of course, the 'logical fallacy' tangents that prevent them from living a full life. It is as if the logical fallacy, the 'deceptions' prevent them from having the full course meal of life in which they eat the crumbs. The false happiness that anti-depressants bring as a surrogate for the thoughts, planning and logical discourse in which men search for meaning and purpose and act upon it that gives them the pursuit of happiness, that surrogation in place makes men lax in which they wane from that pursuit of happiness to wallow in the mud of false happiness from which they stagnate in action and purpose that they lose those actionable pursuits of happiness, that they become happiness in erroneous thoughts, erroneous actions, happy in 'logical fallacy'. Its like a booby trap. When you're in the booby trap, like Indiana Jones, and the booby trap doesn't kill you, aka like suicide, then the booby trap does other ways of harming you. The side effect of psychiatric prescriptions is to make you "You being your own worst enemy". Thus people become happy being their own worst enemy. And this is the deceptive, sorcery of B.A.B.Y.L.O.N. It is demonology. And shrinks make a quarter of a million dollars a year, they make a lot of money just to hand out the pills casually as if was candy at a parade, they drive nice BMWs, Lexus, Jaguars, nice cars, live in big mansions, like the Frank Lloyd Wright house, eat nice meals, expensive meals, wear expensive clothes, make 250 a hour, just to give someone a pill that prevents them from getting laid and possibly cause them to kill themselves. These shrinks are demonologists agents of B.A.B.Y.L.O.N.

Thursday, March 15, 2018

"Happiness Is So Hard to Find"

DAY 5 — "Happiness Is So Hard to Find"


Today we are fasting from the thought that says, "Happiness is so hard to find."

There is no higher or deeper desire in the heart of mankind than happiness. It is the single most intoxicating emotion that drives every decision and pursuit of mankind.

People have been looking for happiness—trying to buy it, trade for it, or discover it—since time began. But it's not hard to find.



1. You don't have to find happiness. It will find you! Jesus tells us in Matthew 6:33 that as we seek His kingdom ". . . all these things will be added to you." Expect happiness to be added to you as you put His kingdom first. How do you do that? Start each day planting the seed of God's Word in your life (Mark 4:26).

2. Happy is the man who does not condemn himself. (Romans 14:22) Refuse to tolerate condemnation another second of your life. Romans 8:1 says, there is no condemnation. Believe that Jesus freed you from condemnation; and happiness will come!

3. Treat unhappiness as a signal to trust God. Jeremiah 17:7 says happy is the man that trusts in the Lord. Declare that you trust Him today!

4. The supreme happiness in life is the ASSURANCE that you are loved. You can be sure God loves you—no matter what. Nothing can separate you from His love (Romans 8:38–39). Think on that.

5. God will help you be happy today. Psalm 146:5 says, "Happy is he whose help and hope are in the Lord." Ask for His help today. Ask Him for hope today. Believe you have received it, and joy will come.

6. In His presence is fullness of joy. (Psalm 16:11) Be mindful that you are in His presence now, by the blood of Jesus. (Hebrews 10:19) And the Holy Spirit lives in you! (Romans 8:11) It will change your view of life.



I have the fullness of joy and happiness in life, because I am in God's presence, and the Holy Spirit lives in me. I walk in the supreme happiness of life, knowing that I am loved by God.

I refuse to condemn myself, because there is no condemnation in Christ Jesus. God will always help me, and my hope is in Him. Therefore, I am happy, in Jesus' Name!


Tuesday, January 26, 2016

the "Prozac Zombie"

Everyone in the know, knows that anti-depressants and SSRI's like Ritalin can cause suicide. Yet naive parents make their children take it, or people feel that they need to take Ritalin in order to 'focus and concentrate' on excruciatingly mind-numbing boring classes at school that has no creativity or real brain-power involved that would make the class fun and actually get the brain's interest and attention.

For some of those, who actually do experience this 'suicide side-effect' and survive, it's because they have a strong 'theory of mind' which allows them to see the outcome of suicide, and overcome this side-effect hurdle, still has yet to deal with it's tethering, blithering linger. This person is called the "Prozac Zombie". They did not die, and became a zombie in the classic sense, but actually experience the 'suicide side-effect' and survive, not trying to kill themselves, or have done it to a diminished, unsuccessful degree, or even not know that this is a side-effect they are experiencing, and do make erratic choices as a result. Such is the deceptive power of anti-depressants, they can make you happy doing stupid shit. Yes, stupidity, can be the result of actions, even of very smart individuals who happen to be or have been Prozac-zombies. What actions do I speak of? Self-effacing, self-destructive actions. If one smokes cigarettes and doesn't die from it, doesn't that mean they have no health issues? Perhaps something else, minor, at least. For example, this article from a recent study finds that anti-depressants cause lack of love interest in one's partner.

A Prozac-Zombie sees the world differently, through a "Side-Effect Narrative" which I also like to call the "False Narrative", to put more aptly, in a case, "Suicide Side-Effect Narrative". Its perceiving our reality in a way that the world is changed for them. They start to think distorted views of reality in pessimist, negative ways. As you can see in the prime example, having affected feelings of love for partner diminished, in a way, can accurately describe what is called the 'love-suicide' in which one does away with one's love and sex life. These can lead to erratic sexual decisions like masturbation and other terrible sexual choices. It may be that anti-depressants cause the Prozac-Zombies to masturbate instead of having sex with their ideal chosen partners. The Prozac causes people to favor sexual activity like masturbation and sad sex that causes dopamine versus fun, good man-female sex that causes both dopamine and oxytocin and prolactin.

The Prozac-Zombie will make bad choices, being on anti-depressants, they will be falsely happy enough in a way that they aren't aware or too keenly aware of the bad choices they make. This means things like, choosing a bad school or the wrong major, smoking instead of sportsing, hanging out with the wrong people and making bad friends. They will move about in a confusion, as if they are deceived into living the lives they didn't want to live, making decisions they don't want to make and living with them. The Prozac-Zombie will not commit suicide, but may have suicidal thoughts, if not, they will be deceived into making bad decisions that are not their own, believing them to be of their own choosing, of their own rhetoric that they have, personifying themselves with these aberrant mistakes, which is the classic "depersonalization' side-effect that people speak of when they take an anti-depressant- the loss of themselves, they feel they are a different person. They lose their personality because the anti-depressant is like a cookie-cutter sheet that cuts their personality into a new one, in order to give them that cookie-cutter smile. Really, its better if they smiled and were more happy of their own choosing rather than to be forced to smile from an anti-depressant. This coercion is forcing them do make mistakes in an involuntary manner, while all the same, tricking them into believing it is of their  own choosing and voluntary.  According to Russian philosophers, man is  a creature that likes to cause problems. It can be easily said that anti-depressants can cause patients to cause even more problems than normal. It's like they are playing a game of 'mouse trap' (in reference to the classic board game), laying out a trap for their lives. Anti-depressants is a trap, leading people who can see, as if they are blind, and yet seeing, and they stumble as if they are blind, but can see. Because of the 'false narration' that they see life in, the 'suicide narration' they are unable to plan and see ahead in life with the efficiency of optimistic promise, which is aptly described as 'doing things the hard way' thus they constantly do things the hard way to see what is a mistake, and struggle their way through things- they may, out of this 'side-effect narrative' opt to struggle through their projects, deal with mistakes, rather than finding more feasible, optimum solutions to problems and projects. And then they repeat those mistakes, like slipping on a banana peel more than often. They will  often to struggle to get what they want most and what they desire, rather than getting it through heartfelt passion that causes a doorway to open to receive their prize. This 'struggle' and "great inner conflict" caused by anti-depressants, is very deceiving, it is like a false prophet that rewrites everyone's scripts to more sinister levels of bewitchery. Their fantasies, that they conjure in their minds, will fade, they will seem unreachable. Dreamers will dream that their nightmares are their fantasies, that they will feel that their nightmares are their passions. This is strongly suggested in the case of the 'love-interest diminished' caused by anti-depressants, that one will fantasize about sexual acts that they truly dont want to do, in order to feel that this is what they can only do, because their love and passion is unreachable by pessimistic, monstrous deception. They are lied to. Prozac, is purely a lie, in pill form. It is charlatanry, post-modern charlatanry which, is actually prescribed medicine for a massive over-load of made-up disorders. Yet these post-modern charlatanry does offer some form of medical illusion, such as focus and happiness, but at yet these pose to be ruses, baits to trap people into an intricate web of side-effects whirling them into oblivion.

"By Babylon's Sorcery, The Nations are Deceived" Revelations 18:23

"put off my sad face and wear a smile"

                          ( JOB 9:27 *NKJV  )

This scripture tells us that we don't have to 'wear' depression, but that we can 'wear a smile'. It's really a choice to choose to be happy, or to choose to be depressed. Simple as it may seem, humans tend to naively believe that they have some sort of a 'chemical imbalance' and a 'disorder' that their shrinks tell them and that they have to take a pill for it, which, is deceptive. These anti-depressants are sorcery and will deceive men from 'wearing a smile'. Yes, that's right. It is a false smile, the false smile of the false prophet that one wears on an anti-depressant, because it isn't the real smile that God gives you. The false smile of deception. 
"By Babylon's Sorceries, the Nations are Deceived". Revelations 18:23 

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

What if everying we know about treating depression is wrong 

What If Everything We Know About Treating Depression Is Wrong?

Scientific studies indicate that current medications target the wrong parts of the brain.
Photo Credit: Michael Kowalski/Shutterstock
A new study is challenging the relationship between depression and an imbalance of serotonin levels in the brain, and brings into doubt how depression has been treated in the U.S. over the past 20 years.
Researchers at the John D. Dingell VA Medical Center and Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit have bred mice who cannot produce serotonin in their brains, which should theoretically make them chronically depressed. But researchers instead found that the mice showed no signs of depression, but instead acted aggressively and exhibited compulsive personality traits.  
This study backs recent research indicating that selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs, may not be effective in lifting people out of depression. These commonly used antidepressants such as Prozac, Paxil, Celexa, Zoloft, and Lexapro, are taken by some 10% of the U.S. population and nearly 25% of women between 40 and 60 years of age. More than 350 million people suffer from depression, according to the World Health Organization, and it is the leading cause of disability across the globe.
The study was published in the journal ACS Chemical Neuroscience. Donald Kuhn, the lead author of the study, set out to find what role, if any, serotonin played in depression. To do this, Kuhn and his associates bred mice who lacked the ability to produce serotonin in their brains, and ran a battery of behavioral tests on them. In addition to being compulsive and extremely aggressive, the mice who could not produce serotonin showed no signs of depression-like symptoms. The researchers also found, to their surprise, that under stressful conditions, the serotonin-deficient mice behaved normally.
A subset of the mice who couldn’t produce serotonin were given antidepressant medications and they responded in a similar manner to the drugs as did normal mice. Altogether, the study found that serotonin is not a major player in depression, and science should look elsewhere to identify other factors that might be involved. These results could greatly reshape depression research, the authors say, and shift the focus of the search for depression treatments.
The study joins others in directly challenging the notion that depression is related to lower levels of serotonin in the brain. One study has shown that some two-thirds of those who take SSRIs remain depressed, while another study has even found them clinically insignificant.
Critics of common antidepressants claim they’re not much better than a placebo, yet may still have unwanted side effects.
SSRIs started to become widely used in the 1980s. Their introduction was heralded by the psychiatric community as a new era where safer drugs that directly targeted the causes of depression would become the standard. While SSRIs aren’t more effective than the older antidepressants, such as tricyclics and monoamine oxidase inhibitors, they are less toxic.
An earlier study by the National Institute of Mental Health found that two out of three patients with depression don’t fully recover using modern antidepressants.
These results “are important because previously it was unclear just how effective (or ineffective) antidepressant medications are in patients seeking treatment in real-world settings,” said James Murrough, a research fellow at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program.