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Part II: Conflicting forces-multiple personalities in same person


 by Joseph Earnest  May 29, 2012


Newscast Media HOUSTON, Texas—Once again, before I continue with this article, I would like to briefly describe multiple personality disorder or dissociative identity disorder (DID).  This is a mental disorder in which two or more relatively independent personalities appear to exist in one person. Only one personality is evident at any one time, and the alternation of personalities usually produces periods of amnesia in the personality that has been displaced. This disorder begins in childhood with most reporting their first alternate personality before the age of twelve.

(Abnormal Psychology, p. 177)


Mothers with this disorder also report that it interferes with their child rearing. One stated, "Sometimes I forget that I am a mother.  I feel somebody dropped off their kid for me to babysit and never picked her up" (Benjamin, Benjamin & Rind, p. 340). Another one said, "If the angry part is in control of me, it causes friction and tension with the kids. It's hard to tell them that I didn't mean it" (p.342).


I didn't do it

A South Carolina woman who had twenty-one different personalities asked for spousal support payments during a divorce, claiming she did not commit the adultery that caused the divorce. She said the responsible person was a personality inside her called "Rosie" whom she tried to stop from committing the act, but Rosie wouldn't listen. (In South Carolina, adultery is grounds for divorce).


In the case of the two violent girls who ran into traffic and later on one stabbed a man to death who tried to help her... because the defense psychologist said it was a different personality that did the stabbing, and the "good girl" who was in court was innocent, the judge found it difficult to sentence the person before him.  He was forced to hand down a five-year sentence to the violent personality, and next year, the girl will be released from prison.  The victim's family thought the sentence did not fit the crime since they lost their brother, and the person who committed the crime would be out on the streets in less than five years.


The making of a super human

After the World War II, when the U.S. captured Nazi scientists, they discovered that their prisoners weren't just ordinary men, they had extraordinary skills and were so technologically advanced.  The Nazi scientists were then recruited to America under what was known as Project Paperclip, who then shared their secrets and research with the Americans. (pop-up)


Among the many areas of expertise, perhaps the most intriguing one was in the behavioral sciences, particularly hypnosis.  There is no doubt the Project MKULTRA in which the CIA learned mind-control techniques, was a bi-product of the revelations made by the German scientists.  As I've written before, in the research study by investigative journalist Walter Bowart called Operation Mind Control, he details how people can be programmed through hypnosis to commit crimes and then forget they had done so.


This once again creates conflict in the area of science where the general rule is: "Do no harm".  If a human being's mind can be hijacked to do acts against the conscience, then that is harmful to that person because there is no informed consent on the part of the one who is being controlled.  


On Sunday March 11, a U.S. soldier went on a killing spree and killed 16 Afghan civilians, and ABC news reported: "Investigators are trying to learn what set off an Army veteran of three tours in Iraq who left his base in the middle of the night and methodically massacred 16 Afghan civilians."  Yet after the incident, the soldier returned calmly to the base and turned himself in.  The question is, what set him off? We may never know since the records are sealed, but that is an example of a super soldier in the making.  Now imagine if an entire battalion were made up of super soldiers, who feared no fear, and were programmed to annhilate their enemies. You wouldn't have any prisoners or war.  Once again we see conflicting forces.  On the one hand, some could reason that super soldiers are more effective, on the other hand, it would be in violation of Nuremberg Code.


The Nuremberg Code states that, "A person should be so situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, overreaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion; and should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the elements of the subject matter involved as to enable him to make an understanding and enlightened decision."  Read or download the entire Nuremberg Code here. (pop-up)


Now you see me, now you don't

As I've previously written in an article concerning the cryptocracy, the most dangerous breed of scientists are Behavioral Engineers.  These are behavioral scientists who are not out to change the world but to make man adjust to it. What Behaviorists are looking for is a genetic factor which controls anger, docility, and other personality tendencies.  What's dangerous about this field, is that they have an unholy alliance with biochemists, and are capable of producing supernatural, or paranormal syntheses.


The most scary and one of the tightly-held top secret projects is one that can make an object dematerialize (disappear) and then rematerialize in another location. This should not be confused with "bilocation" where a person can travel and be in two locations at the same time.  It should also not be confused with "teleportation" some refer to it as astral projection, which is a phenomenon where a person can travel outside his or her body to another location.  Both of these are very dangerous, yet people, especially those involved in the occult engage in this practice.  They do it primarily for power and for sexual reasons.


For example, there are people who report having incubus attacks during sleep.  This is whereby someone is at the point of falling asleep, all of a sudden, the individual feels paralyzed and cannot move, scream or open the eyes.  The person feels an external force has taken over his or her body and is helpless. Some people report having these incubus attacks when they are wide awake. They are not imagining them...they're happening in real time. Find out the causes of incubus attacks>>


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Part I: Conflicting forces and their connection to the paranormal

Part III: Conflicting forces and their connection to the paranormal





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