The Catholic Church is behind psychiatry.
Catholicism and psychiatry are representative of the two orders in the universe, i.e., supernatural and natural, divine and human, heaven and earth. Denial of the former has led to idols or the worship of false gods, among them, the Goddess Science. Both faith and science come from God and are not enemies.
– The Roman Catholic Faith and the Science of Psychiatry, Luz G. Gabriel
In England at the beginning of the nineteenth century, only a few thousand insane poor were confined. By the end of the century the numbers had grown to close to 100,000. In German-speaking Europe there were 202 public asylums by 1891, and in France 108. In Germany itself, the number of insane persons confined rocketed from one in 5,300 in 1852 to one in 500 in 1911.
That is a monumental increase – date coincident with when Emil Kraepelin received the backing of the Catholic Church, saying that mental illness was a physical disease.
Now, why, you might ask, would the Catholic Church be interested in a portrayal like that? Insanity as a physical disease…
Oddly enough, this was relatively concurrent with the face-saving (and with no real teeth actually) chastising of the Society of the Jesuits.
…having further considered that the said Company of Jesus can no longer produce those abundant fruits…in the present case, we are determining upon the fate of a society classed among the mendicant orders, both by its institute and by its privileges; after a mature deliberation, we do, out of our certain knowledge, and the fulness of our apostolical power, suppress and abolish the said company: we deprive it of all activity whatever…And to this end a member of the regular clergy, recommendable for his prudence and sound morals, shall be chosen to preside over and govern the said houses; so that the name of the Company shall be, and is, for ever extinguished and suppressed …
— Pope Clement XIV, Dominus ac Redemptor Noster, July 21, 1773
This was sort of on the order of L. Ron Hubbard cancelling the labelling of people Fair Game, but not cancelling the practices laid out in the relevant policy letter itself.
I see something similar in that Papal chastistement – particularly this part: “…so that the name of the Company”.
The name of the company.
The 1846 book, The Novitiate (wonderful book by the way) clearly shows that the Society was not really suppressed at all and was still fully active in such far-flung places as…England, for example.
In 1651, Society General Piccolomini sent forth his Ordinatio where a list of permissible and forbidden subjects are labelled.
The number one forbidden subject was: “God is the cause of sin.”
All the other named forbidden topics (five in number) were concerning various attributes of God. Any forbidden topics were ” not to be taught in our schools.”
Anyway, really take a look at that “God is the cause of sin” idea – especially in relationship to the idea that the Catholics had long engaged in all manner of nasty ‘cures’ for those deemed insane (who weren’t necessarily).
There was often an implication of ‘sin’ involved.
Dr. Robert Laing, in his book Wisdom, Madness and Folly, had quoted Kirkegaard whom the actually criminally insane Dr. Myerson had read and used the same quotes in a psychiatric article, where Myerson then pronounced him ‘schizophrenic’ and ‘needing treatment’.
You can read all about that in my post Religion, Psychiatry and the Abyss of Difference, but I’ll just show you the Kirekegaard quotes from The Concept of Dread.
If sin is dealt with in psychology, the mood becomes persistence of observation, the dauntlessness of the spy, not the ardent flight of seriousness away from and out of sin…sin becomes a state. But sin is not a state. As state (de potentia) it is not, whereas de actu or in actu it is and is again. The mood of psychology would be antipathetic curiosity, but the correct mood is the stouthearted opposition of seriousness.
How sin came into the world every man understands by himself alone; if he would learn it from another, he epso ipso misunderstands it The only science which can do a little is psychology, which nevertheless concedes that it does not, that it can and will not, explain more. If any science would explain it, everything would be brought to confusion. That the man of science ought to forget himself is perfectly true, but for this reason it is so fortunate that sin is not a scientific problem, and therefore the man of science is no more obliged than is any speculator to forget how sin came into the world. If he would do that, if he would magnanimously forget himself, he, with his zeal to explain humanity as a whole, becomes just as ridiculous as the privy counsellor who sacrificed himself to such a degree in leaving his visiting cards on To, Dick and Harry, that in doing so he finally forgot his own name.
Note: For those unfamiliar with who Abraham Myerson, or rather, what a nutcase he is – please see my articles:
- The Covert Origins of Dianetics – Biological Psychiatry
- British Security Coordination Compendium III, Your Mind – My Mind
So now, if God created Man in his image, then God is the source of sinning man – but no, say the Catholics, that is all on man’s head.
I show you that to show how zealously they guard against the tarnishing of their fictional God creation.
So ergo, to the Catholic shamsters, insanity and its obvious challenge to the “man in God’s image” idea, must be made to be viewed as having another cause.
It can not be ever portrayed as being God’s fault in any way shape or form, because that would then point to them as well – which would be a lot more accurate than blaming the body, and they know it.
A more accurate statement would be evil men created God in their image. Think about it.
But, since they could not have any fingers pointing at the Catholic Church and “god” and so on as causing most of humanities sufferings and insanities, well, they invented that too – it was either demons or physical, the second one only really being publicly focused on later.
When and where was it more focused on publicly?
Germany – Emil Kraepelin etc, mid 1800’s – but it began in Rome at Rome College – a Jesuit concern created by Ignatious Loyola himself.
A number of Jesuit Professed (taken the Fourth Vow – their highest level of member) had gone to Prussia and Russia in the 1700’s after their chastisement, Germany was part of the Prussian Empire at that time, and it was only about 30 years later that they were ‘restored’ again by Pope Pius VII,
As the Napoleonic Wars were approaching their end in 1814, the old political order of Europe was to a considerable extent restored at the Congress of Vienna after years of fighting and revolution, during which the Church had been persecuted as an agent of the old order and abused under the rule of Napoleon. With the political climate of Europe changed and more stable, and with the powerful monarchs who had called for the suppression of the Society no longer in power, Pope Pius VII issued an order restoring the Society of Jesus in the Catholic countries of Europe. For its part, the Society of Jesus made the decision at the first General Congregation held after the restoration to keep the organization of the Society the way that it had been before the suppression was ordered in 1773.
After 1815, with the Restoration, the Catholic Church began to play a more welcome role in European political life once more. Nation by nation the Jesuits became re-established.
They never really ‘left’ – this was all just political posturing and money-grubbing.
Back to the subject of psychiatry in Germany again –
These ‘scientists’ were not real scientists, they were slavering lapdogs looking to expiate sin from humanity. The Protestant Reformation did not eschew all Catholicism, by the way, not even most of it – an often overlooked fact. They still believed in heaven and hell, sin and the damned, demons and the whole rotting corpse of Catholic ‘scientific thinking’.
These ‘scientists of the mind’ also didn’t have any innovations, none at all, despite the ridiculous number of ‘scholars’ all touting from that time forward, what an awesome advance it all was.
Its really quite sickening, all that posturing over a truly horrible performance, both academically and scientifically by the German quacks-a-lots. It reminds me of the sycophant scene in the movie The Fifth Element.
What they had was really just a whole lot of talking and pointing at various physical things – usually the brain, their favorite scapegoat – as being the ’cause’ of this sin of insanity, this blot on the image of God – it must be a physical flaw, or simple cantankerous stubbornness on the part of man, you see.
Heck, even their cures were pretty much no different than what the Catholics had been doing already, various forms of torture to force the patient to submit, basically. Later on, they just got more and more focusedly vicious, and more and more covert (as in the case of drugs as a ‘cure’).
In fact, it was a sort of “Fair Game” of their own, you see, against the heretics and apostates, especially those who dared lay claim to ‘supernatural’ abilities.
Kraepelin’s main work was on just that, which he called dementia praecox – later renamed…schizophrenia.
A completely non-proveable physical based and made up ‘illness’ – with symptoms that change as with the winds of politics.
The Jesuits, per their own materials, were extraordinarily vicious against certain things – with special privileges from the Pope to take very nasty actions about.
By another mandate, the General and other Superiors can summarily, and without the form of judgment, reclaim, take, and imprison the [apostate], and compel him to undergo the merited penance…calling in the aid of the secular arm.
– The Novitiate, 1846
Note: secular means non-religious!
That’s what Psychiatry was invented for, see – a theoretically secular version of exactly the above.
Psychiatry does all of the above, it can imprison people and force them to undergo ‘treatment’ – penance – until they ‘see the light’.
Bet you never thought of it that way before, eh?
But that is how it is.
Have a look at Dr. R.D. Laing’s accurate portrayals of it during the mid 20th century – a hundred years after Kraepelin.
p 2 to 5.
Psychiatry has many functions. Some of these are the same as those of other fields of Western medicine, but psychiatry is unique in several respects. It is the only branch of medicine that treats people physically in the absence of any known physical pathology.
It is the only branch of medicine that ‘treats’ conduct, alone, in the absence of symptoms and signs of illness of the usual kind. It is the only branch of medicine that treats people against their will, in any way it likes, if it deems it necessary. It is the only branch of medicine that imprisons patients, if judged necessary.
What I seemed to be engaged in was a concerted effort to stop undesired states of mind and conduct, and to keep undesired people in such undesired states of mind and conduct away from people outside, who did not want them around.
…I agree with the anti-psychiatric thesis that by and large psychiatry functions to exclude and repress those elements society wants excluded and repressed.
Ah, but ‘society’ isn’t everyone, it is driven by people like the Nesilim slavemasters – the Catholics, their British counter-parts and all the sundry foot-soldiers that they utilize in their quest to create their “world” – the operative word being their.
Although, sure, there are some people that could be dangerous if left unchecked in their particular oddities, there are nowhere near the numbers of mentally ill as these crazy men would like us to believe.
And again, why are people so unhappy, so screwed up?
Because of their idea of ‘society’ – and in that case their hand-puppet God (which is, of course, really them) is the cause.
Very much so.
See how hell-bent they are to avoid responsibility for that?
The Jesuits began this obsession with the ‘insane’ – the irreconcileable – (or rather irrepressible) with a new vengeance after their reinstatement.
After Napoleon was out of the way, not merely did the Catholic Church own and operate its own asylums, it also provided the nursing staff for many of the state-owned facilities throughout the nineteenth century, marking the institutions with some degree of religious flavor and occasionally in ideological conflict with the medical officers. In Belgium, this system continued to the end of the twentieth century, with more than 80 percent of psychiatric institutions still administered by religious bodies, and in America it was the same – although usually cloaked by Jesuits busy ‘blending’.
As I said previously, the ideas of blaming the person had first begun with John Locke – blaming ‘the brain’ wasn’t really a change from that – not at all. Especially considering the treatments they use even til today, such as Jesuit College of Rome Professor Cerletti’s lovely gift to the world of electro-shock ‘therapy.
For those not familiar with John Locke, he was also a blank-slater.
Slavemaster Francis Bacon (also a Jesuit) had first characterized the idea of tabula rasa in a bit more cloaked terms, to have it be more relevant to Science, in the early 1600’s. He strongly established the reliance on the experience of the senses in the pursuit of knowledge.
This is just a re-characterization of Loyola’s Jesuit college template for teaching the ‘sciences’ and what was later called ‘humanism’. The glories of ‘being human’ – as opposed to being divine, you see, only God can be divine.
Bacon was a nephew of the first Cecil, William Cecil – part of the rise of the Slavemasters in England, in the time of Queen Elizabeth.
Even more interesting, is that this time period – the rise of the Slavemasters – is when we get the whole “Greek Intellectual” teachings showing up in English Society, the “Humanists”, amongst the nobility. Bacon’s mother Anne, her father Sir Anthony Cooke was referred to as a humanist. He was the tutor of King Edward the VI. Some of which, said teachings are of course, the Aristotle and Plato sockpuppets and the whole “man as a desert island” precursor to the later format of “tabula rasa” characterization.
So, after the Bacon and Humanism “greek” business versions and the “arabic” novels and so on, then we get the next generation of this propaganda in 1671.
The Latin translation – of Ibn Tufail (known as “Abubacer” or “Ebn Tophail” in the West) Arabic philosophical novel, Hayy ibn Yaqzan – was entitled Philosophus Autodidactus, published by Edward Pococke the Younger in 1671.
That book being an example one of the many declamatio works-for-hire by Patrons done under Pope Nicholas V – backdated history and whole philosophies ascribed to people that never existed.
See Backdated Overpopulation Myths and the Forging of the Bible for much more about that, and also about Bacon and Cecil and all that business.
This, in turn was used as the “inspiration” for John Locke’s formulation of tabula rasa in An Essay Concerning Human Understanding – (which was picked up and spread some more by Robert Boyle, who wrote The Aspiring Naturalist.)
Let us then suppose the mind to be, as we say, white paper void of all characters, without any ideas. How comes it to be furnished? Whence comes it by that vast store which the busy and boundless fancy of man has painted on it with an almost endless variety? Whence has it all the materials of reason and knowledge? To this I answer, in one word, from EXPERIENCE.
– Essay Concerning Human Understanding : Hernnstein & Murray, 1994, p.311
So, all of this sassa-frassaing around with Ibn this and that plus Aristotle and Plato sockpuppets – is purely designed to give the idea credibility, and not make it so easy to see that it originated in England, and worse, that it really originated as works-for-hire for the Catholic Church!
I just wanted you to understand just how far the British and Catholic Slavemasters will take this propaganda business.
The first English translation was published by George Ashwell in 1686, which now adds a new element of rhetoric to the mix, if you consider adding into the Declamatio timeline, the alleged “Baruch Spinoza” (sort of the Jewish form of Declamatio) Dutch translation, which was actually published by someone else – Johannes Bouwmeester.
But, wait, there’s more!
Then we add in the rhetorical propaganda of the first English translation of the Arabic original, [already a Declamatio, you understand] entitled The Improvement of Human Reason: Exhibited in the Life of Hai Ebn Yokdhan, published by Simon Ockley in 1708.
This is part of how the British Slavemasters (and their Jesuit/Catholic counterparts) colonise an area, they start telling it what their history, their famous figures, and even their “ancient” religion are, and at this time, they were after getting hold of regions of the Far East.
This includes their own people, as well.
From then on, in each succeeding generation, an author will be heralded (above all others) who then resurrects the previous Declamatio works. For example, in 1719, Daniel Defoe wrote Robinson Crusoe, which was also set on a deserted island and was regarded as the first novel in English.
It was a major propaganda vehicle for the so-called “Enlightenment.” period.
Now in John Locke’s version of the late 1600’s, tabula rasa was the theory that the (human) mind is at birth a “blank slate” without rules for processing data, and that data is added and rules for processing are formed solely by one’s sensory experiences.
As understood by Locke, tabula rasa meant that the mind of the individual was born blank, and it also emphasized the freedom of individuals to author their own soul.
Accordingly, in 1690, John Locke, recast the ancient distinction between idiocy and lunacy in a philosophic framework.
Oh boy, right?
Away we go…
His lovely little veiled Catholicism ‘idea’, was that while idiocy involved the inability to reason, lunatics could reason, but did so from incorrect and deluded sensations.
Incorrect and deluded according to whom, says I, them?
That’s a frigging disaster of logic if I ever saw one.
The placement of insanity in the realm of sensation and unbridled passions was continued by Étienne Bonnet Condillac. Unbridled passions is one of the favorite sayings of the Jesuits, and which the “novitiates’ are taught severely to control – and that they…wait for it…come from the Devil!
Ah, so see, the Devil is causing all this through the physical body, hence the need for physical treatment, and now we’ve added to the mix that the ‘soul’ is just not casting out the devil well enough, and needs treatment to ‘come back to the light’.
These people (and then others) used this to provide an ‘intellectual’ justification for the new moral treatment at the beginning of the nineteenth century, treatment that was based on the patient’s ability to correct his or her ways.
Where the old treatments had controlled the body of the insane person, the new treatments were:
a battle to control the individual’s mind or self.
This was one of the special tasks set by the Jesuits for themselves, this battle over ‘the mind’ (and Satan) – with missions undertaken on this point on behalf of the Catholic Church.
This point continues to be the target of the ‘mental health’ movement – to this day.
In the twenty-first century, primarily drugs are the control-of-Satan and those ‘unbridled passions’ treatment of choice. Those who choose not to take their medication, those who choose madness (however this happens to be defined that day) those who choose not to fit in in taking their drugs like good little slaves-of-God, are still characterized as immoral.
Backing up to John Locke again for a moment –
This Tabula Rasa business and recasting insanity as a choice, is basically Eugenics, before there was such a named subject, but in the real of mind or spiritual matters. It is yet another example of the joining of supposedly opposed forces in dictating propaganda as to who and what you really are.
On the one hand, you have the Catholic Church (and other slavemaster spin-off religions) appearing to believe that you are a spirit IN a body, which then makes no sense as to how tabula rasa would even be promoted by them. But, yet it was.
Therein lies the crux of the matter. Because, their explanation is that you are a NEW soul, a blank soul, sent to earth to “learn”.
That’s pretty much straight out of Catholicism – mind you.
So, see? Not so different after all, than the so-called “scientific view”, that says you aren’t a spirit, you are a thing, and as such “have no memory and no experience” or what experience you do have is purely “conditioned”.
They are aligned on this.
Which, yet again, shows their real fear – the truth about you – which isn’t no tabula rasa.
This is their #1 propaganda item.
The most consistently brought forward throughout the last 400 years.
The most core principle of the hold they would like to have over you.
They want to condition YOU, into believing that you can be conditioned.
Another thing that comes clear out of analysing this tabula rasa business, is that now we know why their “philosophies” are useless. They are propaganda, they are not philosophy, and even “Science” is revolving around this same #1 propaganda of theirs.
You are a blank slate – to be conditioned how the Slavemasters want you to be.
Coming forward in time a bit here – the tabula rasa concept became part and parcel of where Geoffrey Gorer and the new regurgitated form of this began showing up, in places like Harvard, and Yale Institute of Human Relations, and so on.
But, next, guess where the torch is passed?
To British intelligence assets like Stanford Research Institute and the highly controlled subjects of “Social Science” and “Biological Psychiatry”.
Again – these subjects:
Are NOT opposed.
They are in LINE with each other.
As usual, and as consistent as it is – it again reveals the true agenda and that it is run by ONE source.
The book, Changing Images of Man, is a result of a British intelligence -Tavistock – Stanford Research Institute (SRI) early 1970′s “mind” restructuring project supervised by Willis W. Harman.
However, the institute itself was tasked along these lines in 1968, by OSS man William Gardner – the same year that Hubbard changed direction and created “advanced” levels in Scientology.
Stanford Research Institute was controlled by the same hierarchy of men who were pushing Eugenics, as well as behavior modification and “testing” techniques – run by the British Slavemasters through their highly controlled MI6 asset, the OSS.
Some of these very men, started and ran Stanford Research Institute as a cut-out to continue their nasty experiments (including the later LSD, and Scientology “remote viewing” ridiculousness) with having a nice, large, Young-and-Dumb (to their ways) population of actually highly intelligent college students.
In fact, the official that “asked” for this “Changing Images of Man” study, was an outcropping of the British Tavistock psychological assessment operation, John William Gardiner.
The book contains a very revealing section concerning propagating the #1 British Slavemaster propaganda – Tabula Rasa.
page 29 and 30 –
The Human as Mechanism-the View of Modern Behaviorism
Objective psychology became behaviorism in 1913 when John B. Watson led a break with the older tradition of introspection, a tradition that had brought about little agreement about the nature of consciousness.
More important, from the utilitarian point of view that has typified American thought, the introspectionist approach could not lead to prediction and control of data as could nineteenth-century physics. [ their real goal there in orange]
Thus, for scientific reasons, consciousness came to be thought of as a “construct” whose study leads to no fruitful results – a “black box” whose unknown mechanisms (which would become known by physiology, biochemistry, etc.) should produce behaviors that would be regular and predictable if we but study them the right way.
[See? They don’t understand how YOU work – they still don’t]
Instinctivist thought (endless lists of instincts being proposed to explain man’s behavior) came into scientific disrepute at about this same time; hence it was convenient for the behaviorist school to incorporate Locke’s image of the new born human as a tabula rasa on which is written the results of various processes of conditioning.
The branch of this school of thought which has proved most successful emphasizes the technique of operant conditioning, a term originated by B. F. Skinner to denote a systematic procedure whereby the actions of an organism are brought under control by giving it a reward if and only if it behaves in a specified manner.
This technique has been successfully used – in education, psychotherapy, and in prisons to alter whole behavior patterns of individuals.
A rather different approach to understanding (and controlling) behavior, also of proven effectiveness, is through the implementation of remotely activated electrodes in the brain.
The “psycho-civilization of society” has been advocated by means of various techniques of behavior modification such as operant conditioning (Skinner, 1971), electrocranial stimulation (Delgado, 1969), and psycho-chemical drugs (Clark, 1971).
Only if such mentalistic and prescientific concepts as will, freedom, consciousness, and so forth are cast off, Skinner asserts, “does man have a chance to attain a truly peaceful, rational, and humane society in the future.”
Certainly, the techniques that have been developed within the view of “man as mechanism” are powerful and efficient. They work.
Hence if integrated and reconciled with other views of man-views which have more adequate ethics and metaphysics (both terms that the behavioristic scientist insists are not part of his concern) on which to guide their application-this view and its products could conceivably be of great benefit to mankind.
Did you catch that?
They want you to get rid of the idea that you have will, freedom, and consciousness!
Of course, minor little detail, why then, is there such need to get rid of something that, if we are truly tabula rasa, things like will, freedom, and consciousness were never there in the first place.
If it isn’t there, why are they always trying to override it then?
Let’s look at an article by Catholic Luz G. Gabriel now.
It’s called: The Roman Catholic Faith and the Science of Psychiatry.
Dang, even the title raises a red flag, immediately. The ‘science’ of Psychiatry?
That’s not a science.
On to the article –
This article will spotlight on how the Catholic Church is at the service of the science of psychiatry and of the traditional family in disentangling the tangled fabric of sizable sectors of our society that are besmirched with selfishness, amorality and ungodliness, with devastating sequelae.
Oh now look. See? Right off the bat, Look at all those dang besmirched people who (obviously) aren’t choosing the ‘right’ path of proper society rules.
Damn immoral heretics.
Quiet. I’m busy besmirching…
Sorry. Couldn’t resist. This is just too ridiculous.
Carrying on –
“The Church wishes to help families, the uncertain and the searchers for truth”
(Familiaris Consortio # 1).
…More than any other branch of medicine, psychiatry can care for the total person from the Church’s perspective of the dignity of the human person. Ideally, it should search for sociological, familial and spiritual factors contributing to one’s ineffectual coping, illogical thinking and unstable emotions, and to the stresses and conflicts of the dysfunctional family.
Treatment of Families
The psychiatric treatment of families emerged only in the 1940s.
Yea, after people like Chisholm, Rees, and others decided to fifth column things up along that line.
Tavistock psyschiatrist Dr. John Rees Address to the Annual Meeting of the National Council for Mental Hygiene
June 18th 1940:
“Medicine has, in any case, been far too much a matter of repairing and patching people up.
The real Medicine of the future will be largely prophylactic, and certainly in our field the important thing is to stress the positive aspects of mental health instead of concentrating our interest on ill health.
Public life, politics and industry should all of them be within our sphere of influence.
Especially since the last world war we have done much to infiltrate the various social organizations throughout the country, and in their work and in their point of view one can see clearly how the principles for which this society and others stood in the past have become accepted as part of the ordinary working plan of these various bodies. That is as it should be, and while we can take heart from this we must be healthily discontented and realize that there is still more work to be done along this line. Similarly we have made a useful attack upon a number of professions. The two easiest of them naturally are the teaching profession and the Church : the two most difficult are law and medicine.
If we are to infiltrate the professional and social activities of other people I think we must imitate the Totalitarians and organize some kind of fifth column activity! If better ideas on mental health are to progress and spread we, as the salesmen, must lose our identity. By that I mean that we cannot help so effectively if speaking for a National Council or any other body as we can when we make a more subtle approach adapted to the particular circumstances of the moment.
That about says it all, and that was from October 1940, exactly at the beginning of the time period that Luz G. Gabriel says psychiatric treatment of families started.
Continuing with Luz –
There was, at the time, disenchantment with the theoretical constructs, practice and outcome of individual psychotherapy, specifically with Freudian psychoanalysis.
Ah. Now that’s a veiled plug for Biological psychiatry.
Which, as luck would have it, also likes to plug the whole blank-slate idea.
From my Covert Origins of Dianetics – Biological Psychiatry library article –
In 1946, a small band of psychiatrists formed the Society of Biological Psychiatry allegedly in response to the “U.S. infatuation with psychoanalysis”, advocating the development of neuroscience in consideration of psychiatric conditions.
It was these men, that also fronted the psychiatric drug industry, including Lithium, imipramine, clorpromazine, and so on – some VERY nasty drugs. They also linked together with the British intelligence front here in the U.S., the OSS, later named the CIA, to continue to research ways to control the minds of men.
Their very first publication was titled: The Engrammes of Psychiatry.
Chapter on Perception, Recognition and Recall – p. 65
When a newborn child sees an object for the first time engrammes are formed …
memory engrammes are formed … for comparison with future engrammes.
Whenever the old engramme is like the most recent one received the individual becomes aware of the fact and by that similarity he recognizes the object just seen.
On p. 69
Heading: Development of a Concept
- One’s concept of oneself. The newborn infant, having a cortex which is like a blank slate ready for inscription but with nothing on it, has no concepts.
And there you go – there’s that blank slate idea again.
So, you see, we have a Catholic (Luz G. Gabriel) talking about the rise of psychiatry in treating families – which he is so enamored of – and that it was in the time when psychoanalysis fell out of favor – he’s talking about Biological Psychiatry and the thrust to put things back on board the Nesilim slavemaster we want control of your mind psychotic little band wagon.
You can read a lot more about this at my Covert Origins of Dianetics article.
Just to illustrate further how involved and on-board Catholicism is with this whole social psychiatry business, we’ll take up some more from Luz’s article.
Pope Leo XIII, who reigned 1878-1903, also wrote on April 21, 1878, the Encyclical Letter Inscrutabili where he sounded the alarm about (1) the evils which oppress the human race on every side, (2) the widespread denial of the primary truths on which society is founded, and (3) the obstinacy of mind that will not tolerate any authority.
There’s that word ‘society’ again, and there’s the complaint about those obstinate minds to Catholicism’s ‘kingdom on earth’ that they have in mind.
My husband put together a primer in his Scientology Roots book, of terms that Slavemasters use that don’t mean what you think they mean.
Chapter 31-2, The Maitreya and Messiah scam –
They have their own special meanings for certain words.
RULE – The British slavemasters say they are extremely superior to everyone else. All others are inferior to them. All others must exalt the slavemasters, worship them, praise them and bend the knee to them. The slaves must always submit, obey, comply and fulfill every desire the slavemasters have.
SOCIETY – the only proper society is one where the slavemasters RULE
SOCIAL – being a willing subject in the slavemaster SOCIETY
ANTI-SOCIAL – rejection of the slavemaster SOCIETY
MENTAL HEALTH – same idea as SOCIAL
MENTAL ILLNESS – same idea as ANTI-SOCIAL
ENLIGHTENED – same idea as SOCIAL
UNENLIGHTENED – same idea as ANTI-SOCIAL
WORLD PEACE – no wars because everyone is SOCIAL
Yep. That’s me – completely anti-social to their insane ideas about society.
In fact, I have even been ‘declared’ an Anti-Social (Suppressive) person by the Jesuit wannabees of the Church of Scientology.
I think I may even have recently graduated to sociopath, in their and others eyes – a label which is just as overused in all the wrong ways.
Maybe I should get a T-shirt made….I probably wouldn’t have room for all the damn labels though.
Continuing with Luz – (what a name)
…Quadragesimo Anno Pope Pius XI (who reigned from 1922 to 1931) called for (1) the creation of a Catholic social science, and (2) renewal of society. Both of these mandates have been adopted by the Society of Catholic Social Scientists as its two-fold mission of (1) the development of a systematic Catholic social science and (2) the restoration of a just and humane society.
…During the Renaissance (14th to 17th centuries), Johann Weyer (1515-1588), the “first psychiatrist”, spoke out against demonic possession as the cause of mental illness.”
…Another pope, John XXI (born 1200, reigned 1276 to 1277), was the only psychologist to become pope. More than any scholar of his time, as Petrus Hispanicus of Portugal, he merited the title “psychologist.” He regarded psychology as “pars nobilissima” of nature and felt it belonged to the realm of the natural sciences rather than to philosophy. He also envisioned with such accuracy modern psychosomatic medicine.
Both St. Albert the Great and St. Thomas Aquinas had a theory of psychopathology: insanity, being a physical illness, cannot affect the soul.
The first mental hospital in Valencia, Spain, was founded by Fr. Jofre in 1409; the care of the mentally ill in Gheel, Belgium, was under the patronage of St. Dymphna. St. Lazare and Charite de Senlis were founded by the St. Vincent de Paul Society and Brothers of Charity, respectively, in 1632 and 1668.15
‘…insanity, being a physical illness, cannot affect the soul. ‘
That has no logical grounding at all – it barely even functions as an arrangement of words, for that matter.
Next – Ta Da!
It’s the CHAMPIONS of the family!
Church and John Paul II: Champions of the Person and the Family
The Roman Catholic Church is the trustworthy guide for the seeker of truth, the responsible guardian of the family, and the guarantor of true freedom and order for all nations, because she possesses the splendor of the full truth.
…In the same address to APA officials in January, 1993, the Vicar of Christ restated: “Treat the whole person. To your horizontal medical assessment (physical, familial), include the vertical components of what orients man to his origin and eternal destiny, and the meaning of his life.” The Pontiff views science as participation in God’s knowledge and brain technics as good since they come from God.
…Similarly, Cardinal Ratzinger stated: “The neurosciences’ probe of the uncharted continents of the human brain go hand in hand with a darker ignorance of the mystery of the human person. For man is that mystery which needs the lamp of science and the light of faith to fathom this human perplexity.”19
Brain techniques are good, because they come from God?
That’s that then.
Let’s just clarify just what these fine brain techniques that come from God are, a bit, shall we?
How about…William Sargant.
There’s a good example of some ‘techniques’ – and remember now, these come from God.
Sargant’s goal, as was his mentor, was to propel the backward and insane religion of psychiatry into prominence as a ‘science’ – even though even he knew that his methods did not work, and simply traumatized (outright tortured) people into submission to others will.
Yet he was the poster boy, the man with ‘charisma’, that had been chosen for this task of selling the world on the biggest fraud since…well, since Christianity, which as we already covered, is who spawned psychiatry in the first place.
When his mentor, Mapother brought in Willhelm Mayer-Gross from Germany, the insulin shock expert, Sargant was just beside himself over this new and wonderful way to bring death experiences to those who did not conform, what better way to create that ‘new creature’ so desired by Catholicism.
Ye old blank slate, remember?
Ward 5 of the Royal Waterloo Hospital, was part of St Thomas’ Hospital where Sargant served as Head of Department of Psychological Medicine for the next three decades.
The medical staff called the infamous Ward 5 ‘The Black Hole of Calcutta’ and its comatose occupants were referred to as ‘zombies’.
Patients who underwent this horrific form of abuse, later recounted the experience exactly along that line – they recalled being ‘abused, or tortured’, and one woman felt like she was literally buried alive.
There are many horrors that Elizabeth Reed recalls from her time at London’s Royal Waterloo Hospital, but one in particular lingers in her mind. She describes a small, windowless room at the top of the red-brick Edwardian building, just lit by a night lamp on a nurse’s desk.
Six beds are jammed together. The deep breathing of women in a drug-induced sleep. The fetid stench of unwashed bodies.
Elizabeth before William Sargant got hold of her
‘It was like being buried alive,’ she says. ‘I was lying there in the dark, hour after hour, and couldn’t move. I wasn’t aware of my body, just my head in this darkness. You could hear people moving around and other people breathing and moaning.’
… Up to 500 women, suffering from conditions such as postnatal depression and anorexia, passed through the Royal Waterloo’s infamous Ward 5 before it shut 40 years ago.
Heavily drugged and subjected to horrendous levels of electro-convulsive therapy (ECT) and even lobotomies, the unluckiest were taken to the ‘Narcosis Room’, where they were put to sleep for weeks at a time.
Almost all teenage girls and women in their early 20s, they were treated as little more than guinea pigs by controversial psychiatrist William Sargant as he conducted a bizarre experiment to ‘repattern’ their brains and cure them of depression.
– The Zombie Ward: The chilling story of how ‘depressed’ women were put to sleep for months in an NHS hospital room
William Sargant smirking as he prepares to torture a strapped down and defenseless woman in Ward 5.
But this came from GOD…
the Pope said so!
And now Luz will bring up the ‘serpent’ – and I just did a whole detailed post about why it’s called the serpent – pythons – it’s a representation of those with advanced spiritual abilities (and worse, those who use them without permission from the Catholi church).
…Implications for Psychiatric Practice
But the serpent said to the woman, ‘You will not die . . . you will be like God. ‘ She took the fruit and ate.” (Gen 3: 4-6).
The root of original sin!
Because of original sin, man turns away from God and turns to idols; his ability to know truth is lessened somewhat and his will to submit to truth is weakened (ST #1).
The psychiatrist sometimes comes across those who turn to other gods for lack of religious faith. A 35-year old male was committed by the court for threatening to kill himself and his wife and child at the behest of Satan whom he saw and heard. The nurses believed these were auditory and visual hallucinations. However, after a thorough psychiatric history and an exhaustive interview, I had a different conclusion: the devil was really talking to him! Yes, my colleagues did not believe that Beelzebub exists; they felt this man needed antipsychotic drugs. He told me his father was a lapsed Catholic and his family did not go to church. The voices made his life, literally, a living hell.
Grudgingly, he admitted to dabbling in the occult. Willingly, he took instructions in the Catholic faith and was baptized before his discharge in a few days without medications. The voices vanished.
Ah well – see? All you should have done all along was to accept the Lord and Jesus Christ as your savior – ya bunch of besmirchers you.
That’s about as much of that guy, that I can take right now.
I’d like to remind you though, that in all this ‘treatment’ to try and bring those darn obstinate minds under control, death therapy is still the core demonic belief of Catholicism.
The baptized one ‘dies’ to all sin and is ‘reborn’ in Christ.
No. No! He’s not dead!
– he’s reborn in Christ, I tell you!
On that note, the dead-dead, or the new-dead – we have Catholics having a big hoedown revival in exorcism these days.
The Vatican’s chief exorcist claimed last year that the Devil lurked in the Vatican, the very heart of the Catholic Church.
Father Gabriele Amorth said people who are possessed by Satan vomit shards of glass and pieces of iron, scream, dribble and slobber, utter blasphemies and have to be physically restrained.
He claimed that the sex abuse scandals which have engulfed the Church in the US, Ireland, Germany and other countries, were proof that the anti-Christ was waging a war against the Holy See. He said Pope Benedict XVI believed “wholeheartedly” in the practice of exorcism.
– Telegraph: Surge in Satanism, March 2011
I bet he does.
One thing that a lot of people misunderstand: They think that there’s just one demon. A demon is basically a military leader; they have so many legions of lesser demons that are inside that person with them. You could encounter a demon that might have three legions. That’s 64 minor demons. And sometimes you have multiple general demons. So, it’s not a one-time fix-all. You’re not going to go in, perform an exorcism, and say, “You’re now free from all of your demons.” It doesn’t work that way.
Most true possessions will take months—to years—to successfully remove. The other thing, too, is that the victim still isn’t free in the end. If that person, for whatever reason, decides they want to mess with a Ouija board again, or delve into any form of occult, that’s dangerous. They’re opening themselves right back up, and those demons will come right back inside.
Demons are deceitful. They can make you believe that they’re gone, but they’re really still there.
– My Life as an Exorcist
Sounds like scientology’s advanced levels III through VII to me!
See Comprehensive History of the Oahspe for a thorough examination of scientology’s demon-handling techniques in its advanced levels.
The only distinction (which is more like hair-splitting) is that scientology claims the demons – body thetans – were dumped on earth from other planets, whereas Catholicism’s demons are from other dimensions of God’s universe.
An alien is an alien – says I. What’s the diff…
[…] We live in an age in which God has been forgotten. And wherever God is not present, the Devil rules, said Amorth.
Today, unfortunately, bishops don’t appoint sufficient exorcists. We need many more. I hope that Rome will send out directives to bishops around the world calling on them to appoint more exorcists.
– Top Exorcist claims he rid the world of 160000 demons…
The Catechism of the Catholic Church contains a paragraph on exorcism. It reads as follows:
When the Church asks publicly and authoritatively in the name of Jesus Christ that a person or object be protected against the power of the Evil One and withdrawn from his dominion, it is called *exorcism*.
Jesus performed exorcisms and from him the Church has received the power and office of exorcizing. In a simple form, exorcism is performed at the celebration of Baptism.
The solemn exorcism, called a “major exorcism,” can be performed only by a priest and with the permission of the bishop. The priest must proceed with prudence, strictly observing the rules established by the Church.
Exorcism is directed at the expulsion of demons or to the liberation from demonic possession through the spiritual authority which Jesus entrusted to his Church. Illness, especially psychological illness, is a very different matter; treating this is the concern of medical science.
Therefore, before an exorcism is performed, it is important to ascertain that one is dealing with the presence of the Evil One, and not an illness.
(Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraph 1673.)
They have both bases covered, and controlled by their minions, you see. If you are not conforming, or are deemed witch, necromancer, python, sociopath, anti-social, socially inept, abusive, ad infinitum – there are only two causes.
Demons and Satan, or…well, demons and Satan are making those ‘unbridled passions’ run rampant in your body, which although supposedly that doesn’t affect your soul, see, somehow it does because you’re too dang obstinate and are refusing to correct your madness.
If you can think with that, well heck! I got a bridge for you then – it even has ‘the light’ at the end.
All you have to do is overlook those minor little details like… annihilation of your true self.
Oh yeah. That’s Christianity. Heard of it?
References used that are not listed in the post directly:
– World History in Context; Madness and Asylums