Possession, Reincarnation, The Afterlife; Why Psychiatrists Should Read My Favorite Books
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Posted: Friday, November 11, 2011
by Paul Schroeder
alien / demonic attachment
Demonic Possession, Reincarnation, Channeling, The Afterlife; Why Psychiatrists Should Read My Favorite Books
To classically trained psychoanalysts, possession and past life memories are notions so preposterous that they cannot even think about them.
Ignorance originates from the root word,"ignore" and has nothing whatsoever to do with professional stupidity or lack of intellect.
A child who hears "voices" is thus medicated, deemed psychotic, rather than highly psychic, by field professionals in mental health.
The first recorded example of demonic possession acceptance in society was discovered etched onto a clay tablet in Assyrian cuneiform 2800 years ago.
Physician, Heal thyself!
Read a wonderful book by Olga Hoyt, titled, "Exorcism", for evidences required to begin to open any 'trained' clinical mind closed to these possibilities.
Two amazing definitive books about demonic possession, past life recollections and clairvoyance worth reading are, "Realms of the Human Consciousness", and "Beyond the Brain", by Stan Grof, M.D., who has explored human consciousness more extensively than any other researcher and investigator.
Three astonishing books to digest along the lines of this re-education are:
A startling major piece of work devoted to reincarnation truths, a 1,300 page work of two-volumes that still stand as a definitive research work, by Frederic W.H.
Meyers, titled, " Human Personality and its Survival After Physical Death".
“Medicine is a slow painful death; my resident goes on and on about how psychiatrists are worthless and it's not an evidence based field - and they know nothing about medicine (from a medical intern)”
These oddly, were published posthumously, in 1904, after Meyer's death in 1901.
Earthbound souls and demonic entities that possess humans are frighteningly written about in,
"Hostage to the Devil", by Jesuit Malachi Martin, an extraordinary exploration of five severe cases of demonic possession, a book that almost made me abandon my own research and writing from raw fear.
"Thirty Years Among the Dead", written in 1924 illuminates the subject of human possession by solely Earthbound spirits and is essential grist for any worthy psychoanalysts' mill.
More essential nutritious books to digest for any formal psychoanalyst's developing healthy mind are:
"Life Before Life", about the Planning Stage of our blueprints for each incarnation, by Helen Wambach, is splendid reading and about her remarkable findings after her regression of over a thousand patients.
"Unseen Influences", by Dick Sutphin, is not only fine reading, but prescriptive; it states in its introduction," It is time to reject the unseen influences and direct your own destiny."
What's the strangest unlearning and relearning tidbit?
Beyond any prevailing clinical beliefs, E.T.s can and do affect human beings by repeated spiritual tampering, causing 'symptoms' easily misdiagnosed and misunderstood as psychological dysfunction by an uneducated psychoanalytic community.
For erudition, digest a wondrous text, titled, "CE-VI: Close Encounters of the Possession Kind", by William J. Baldwin, M.D., PH.D.
"Encounters", by psychologist Edith Fiore, PH.D. describes attachments made by errant alien beings seeking retirement sanctuary within humans.
Many psychiatrists have begun to understand these phenomenon and incorporate therapy:
Two essential 'must-reads' are,"Past Lives Therapy", by Morris Nertherton and "The Splintered Soul", by Maryanne Clare.
Essential volumes of knowledge,
concerning spiritual illnesses of the eternal human mind / soul, are patently ignored by clinically trained psychiatrists, who remain painfully ignorant of the influences to their patients from unseen, dark entities.
I yearn for a reasoned proposal for psychiatrists and mental health experts to adopt a science of exorcism, where an exorcism is an enormous therapeutic intervention to liberate, teach, and support the victim to choose to reject the Devil.
These turn of the century books predate any and all "new age" genre with lucid evidences beyond any current psychoanalytic grasp, of the human psyche.
Freud and Jung, seen as essential building blocks, put psychology back at least a hundred years.
"Medicine is a slow painful death;
my resident goes on and on about how psychiatrists are worthless and it's not an evidence based field - and they know nothing about medicine "
(from a medical intern)
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iI belong to 2 book clubs, but am thinking about dropping out because I don't get to read what I really want to read. These books sound interesting. One should always have an open mind about things that not everyone accepts. We are only in human suits and cannot possibly understand what is out there.
I am reading articles now about synchronistically - very interesting. I have experienced that but did not have a name for it.
Thanks for sharing these book titles.
Part of the alarming nature of the unknown is its mysterious link to the known; I awake each night to a lewd exhibition of the merging.
I open my eyes and turn to see the digital alarm clock, sitting on the lamp table next to my bed and see; 12:12, and 1:11 am, 2:22 am and 3:33 am and 4:44 am.
This distresses me so badly, upon awakening, that I cannot think; just a wave of panic that SOMETHING is awaking me, as the calculated odds of awakening each night precisely at those specific times is astronomically impossible.
The message intended seems to throw me off balance and keep me wrapped in fearful confusion and lets me know that I am being toyed with but yields no greater insight than to let me know that when I sleep I wander amongst monsters and beasties.
Full of references and places to go. Great article. Full of wonder.On the pulpit, if you'll forgive my curiosity, do you "preach" rote doctrine, or that death is a beginning, for yet another lifetime?I do not have a congregation now. Just a writer. I subscribe to the concept of reincarnation, and that death is preparation for the next life.
The good teacher remains a good teacher first and foremost. I'm sure these are excellent books and on subject! I'm a heavy reader and I have lots of envy for people that get through the serious books instead of the thrillers or murder mysteries I like to read. It's not likely that I'll ever pick up your suggested books, but one never knows. I'm sure many years back I might have done just that, because I always wanted to know more. And if a book was recommended about a subject in which I had curiosity, I'd read it. You did the usual fine job and I find the depth of your knowledge impressive. Haven't stopped by to read of late but I'm working on it. Thanks for my endorsement and your kind support my good writer friend!I am followed down alleyways at night by a horse wearing blinders, who is death.
You are a "fine job", yourself, with an open mind, something hard to find in people, in general.
Horse who is death reminds me of a tshirt my grandkid wears - it's a really cool haunted looking horse with the Grim Reaper on it. I'll have to look up the tshirt and send you a copy of it. Boy it would hve been cool to write a story about these two at Halloween. What a cool story with my knowledge about the horse and yours about the rider who we could have made an alien. Another time.That's just what ALL women have said to me, when I am amorous,"Another time!"
I believe the devil use to possess some of us but I believe the devil has been put down in 1972 so no one goes to hell anymore. That's what I believe anyway.The Devil, "lived", spelled backwards, is certainly most active and Hell never ever existed except for the ones we create for ourselves.
Satan is worshipped by demonic entities who are the footmen and handymen of the Devil.
The Devil hasn't been "put down" anymore than breathing in and out has been ,"put down", but you are certainly entitled, completely, to believe what you wish to believe. I wish to thank you for your interest and your comments, Dave.