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Schizophrenic Visions and Voices: fiction, hallucinations or something real?



The following is a supplement to my first blog “Do Scientists Fear Unknown Technology?” in continued support of Professor Irmak’s paper “Schizophrenia or Possession?”

Magnified illustration with the word Facts on white background.



Professor Irmak writes in his paper:

[Schizophrenia] is one of the most important public health problems in the world.  A survey by the World Health Organization ranks schizophrenia among the top ten illnesses that contribute to the global burden of disease.  It appears to affect 1 % of people worldwide.”  This is a condition that “produces great suffering for patients and also for their family members.


Wait a minute!  If today in 2016 there are an estimated 7.4 billion people in the world, then 1% of that is a huge number (74 million individuals suffering with schizophrenia plus their family members that are also suffering).

You would think that the medical profession would be open to suggestions on how to help these people.  But no!  Rather than consider sincere suggestions, the medical profession prefers to belittle the Professor and others that suggest something different.  That this may be typical of humankind’s slow mindset development doesn’t make it right.

If it’s new, it’s got to be bad.  There’s even a famous saying about that: “All truth goes through three stages.  First it is ridiculed.  Then it is violently opposed.  Finally, it is accepted as self-evident.”  — Schopenhauer (German Philosopher)


“First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, and then you win.”  — Mahatma Gandhi 


So humankind, in the 21st Century when we are supposed to be so enlightened, is only in the first stage of Truth regarding what causes schizophrenia.  If everything runs true to form, we can expect violent opposition and eventually it will be self-evident that invisible beings (currently called demons) are the primary cause of schizophrenia; “The hallucination in schizophrenia may therefore be an illusion—a false interpretation of a real sensory image formed by demons.”  Professor Irmak

Professor Irmak’s paper was rebutted by a magazine in an effort to debunk his work as meaningless (stage 1 of Truth).  The magazine rebuttal is based on conclusions that are repetitive, and rooted on old assumptions and sporadic evidence that don’t measure up to the weight of evidence in the field of mental health.

It is true that most public voices simply have had little to no exposure to the relevant literature and are still clinging to outdated information.  ‘Mr. Expert’ in the magazine rebuttal did the same, parroting words based on outdated opinions and doing so with no front line experience with schizophrenic patients.  Not important.  Not worth considering that something is missing; stick with the status quo.

There may be exceptions to the prevailing backward mindset and these are encouraged to come forward with their research and findings.  The world needs to know the dangers psychiatry imposes upon unsuspecting innocent people who have been taught to blindly trust the diagnoses by mental health workers.

There are better safer solutions available.  Professor Irmak wrote:

It has been shown by World Health Organization (WHO) studies that faith healers may help patients with psychiatric disorders.  Currently, the churches in the United Kingdom retain the services of faith healers, the task of whom is to expel the demons in cases of real possession.  [. . .]  His method of treatment seems to be successful because his patients become symptom free after 3 months.  Above considerations have led to the suggestion that it is time for medical professions to consider the possibility of demonic possession in the etiology of schizophrenia, especially in the cases with hallucinations and delusions.  Therefore, it would be useful for medical professions to work together with faith healers to define better treatment pathways for schizophrenia.

The magazine ignored this and wrote:

Schizophrenia is a debilitating brain disorder characterized by hallucinations, confused thinking, and abnormal social behavior.
[. . .] most experts believe that it’s tied to an imbalance in brain chemistry.  One thing for certain, however, is that schizophrenia is not caused by demonic possession.  [emphasis mine]

For certain!  They know this for certain?!  It must be true because they wrote it down!  Okay, yes it is copied straight from Wikipedia.  No research just parroting from behind the desk what someone else said.  No field experience at all.  But they know this for certain so they are content to have all those 74 million continue suffering, if they even gave those 74 million people and their families the slightest thought in the first place.

Here I must return my first blog where I wrote: “Psychiatrists in particular need to stop writing new made up diseases in their DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) publications and look for real causes of depression and other conditions.”  See: Taking apart psychiatry: fraud-kings of the mind.

If you think I am being too harsh on psychiatrists then maybe if you heard it from one of their own it might sink in that the diagnoses are fabricated with nothing to back it up (Mmmm, sounds like our money system, doesn’t it? But I digress…)

Jeffrey A. Schaler, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology talks about the value of the DSM.  Uploaded on Feb 8, 2008 – Dr. Jeffrey Schaler Professor of Psychology describes psychiatry as a pseudo Science.  Read comments from Psychiatrists, including the former chairman of the DSM task force admitting that there are no medical tests to confirm mental disorders http://www.cchrint.org/psychiatric-disorders/psychiatrists-on-lack-of-any-medical-or-scientific-tests/ [page conveniently no longer available]:  Watch the video and be astonished.  Dr. Schaler says: “Diagnosis of a mental disease is a weapon.  Treatment of a mental disease is punishment.”

I salute the brave men and women who are coming forward with their research and first hand knowledge, knowing that eventually humans will come to grips with the fact that there really are unseen forces that are the cause of some human forms of behavior, and in this case, schizophrenia.

None of us is immune from confrontation.  In my first blog I countered the magazine’s robotic rebuttal from a technical view point wherein I addressed the scientific side of the phenomenon of demons as a cause for schizophrenia.  In doing so I introduced the idea that demons (also called by many other names) could be utilizing technology to do their nasty deeds to people.  We on earth have developed technology to cause people to hear voices in their heads.  It’s called microwave hearing technology.  See: Army document describes technology that can transmit a voice into someone’s head

If we have such technology, why is it implausible to suggest that demons might use technology to influence our minds just like the Army does?

My own analysis is that demons generate no power of their own and yet require energy to survive.  Humans do generate energy fields which are affected by emotions.  As mentioned in my first blog, these fields are measurable in the lab.

Well, wouldn’t you know it, I was rebuffed for using the “T” term associated with “aliens” as a tactic to scare people that may be researching schizophrenia, or to reach beyond the understanding of most people in order to confuse them, and/or to make myself sound like a nut to establishment psychiatrists, and so on.  This came about, partially, from me writing the following in my first blog:

There are several terms used for what is being discussed here:

Demons – used by many religions
Satan – used by many religions and cults
Archons – used by Gnostics thousands of
years ago
Multidimensional Aliens and Entities – used
by researchers of the existence of
Flyers – used by Shamans

Whatever term is used, it means the same thing:  Beings from a dimension we cannot see with our eyes, that use technology beyond our understanding, invade people’s thoughts, often making those thoughts sound like their own.  More scientists need to investigate the reality of this technology.

From these concerns, I realized that my first blog neglected to point out that contrary to popular belief, the term technology does not automatically mean something mechanical – like a piece of machinery, or something combustible.

Examples of non-combustible non-mechanical technology would include: materials that absorb (sand filters); magnetism; gravity; vacuum energy; and so on.  They can also include things labeled esoteric: telekinesis and psychokinesis, or PK; remote viewing, ESP, energy healing.  The latter are forms of inner technology – available in all people; activated by very few people.  We must ask the question:  Is this technology used by demons to penetrate or influence human minds?  In other words, is this how they do it?

That said, I guess the first thing established psychiatry and science need to consider is that demons are real.

light spectrum universe

If they are willing to consider that quantum physics allows for other dimensions to exist, maybe they would also consider that conscious beings might live in these other dimensions.  If they are willing to do that, maybe they might consider that something conscious lives in a spectrum of light that is not within our very limited visual spectrum.

How can they dismiss this out of hand without investigating?  They don’t know and apparently don’t want to know.  I think they fear what they don’t understand.  They don’t want demons to be true but what if all the witnesses and investigators are telling the truth?  The one thing demons do not want is to be discovered.  So far psychiatrists have been fantastic, if not unwitting, gatekeepers for them and that’s the way they like it.  Frankly, that’s the way the big pharmaceuticals like it too.  Selling all those anti-psychotic drugs is very profitable business.

It’s time for psychiatrists and scientists to put on their Sherlock Holmes Hats and begin due diligence to discover the truth: “Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.”

Biggest Lie

Another reason I support Professor Irmak’s work is because I have had direct experience with this.  As a young woman I experienced mental incursions by what we are calling demons.  I attest that they are real; not figments of imagination; and not hallucinations.  They are literally attacks designed to produce negative emotions.

I have never referred to them as demons.  I continued using the term “entity” but it means the same thing.  I know from the inside what happens to the mind and psyche, how it feels, how it sounds, and how scary it is to know that something foreign – something alien – is invading your thoughts and there is no one out there who understands what you are going through.  On the bright side, I discovered on my own through years of due diligence, how to eliminate these demonic assaults permanently without the use of drugs.

Stay tuned for my next blog, titled “Being an Experiencer” where I write about my first hand experience with demons, the voices, and the method I discovered to get rid of them permanently.  The next write up will include the “That’s A Lie Program” so that anyone can use it open source – free of charge – to gain the freedom they desire.