Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8745407 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1527041 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8748247
... Quoting: Scubaseven2
Dumbest comment on GLP ever.
Typical BS from another gutless AC.
You can believe whatever delusional fantasy you want. Whether you're targeted by spooks or just crazy the answer is the same. Simulated schizophrenia works just like conventional schizophrenia, by activating the dopamine circuits of the brain. Oddly enough this was borne out of the Mk ultra research.
So unless you like fighting imaginary phantoms that always win it's a good idea to take your meds like your doctor prescribed. It's the only way to beat them.
The phantoms win by making you susceptible the higher ranges of the schizophrenia machine. The higher ranges kill brain cells through excitotoxcity, eventually this electrocutes the brain after destroying the capacity of the subject to use higher order critical thinking making the subject more susceptible to the hallucinations.
The OP thinks he's fighting the NWO but he's just kidding himself into a false sense of accomplishment. If he's actually targeted by the NWO he'll die from it, slowly but surely as he tells everyone that cares that he's a hero like Jesus.
Mental wards are filled with people like the OP that can't figure out how to beat the phantoms that haunt him.
The OP is doomed, if he tells the doctors what he's told us they'll medicate him into catatonia. The trick is to convince the doctors you're harmless while severely distressed.
I'm smarter than you could ever hope to be.
Wow what a pathetic comment to make.
Do you really think that OP would be stupid enough to talk to your average person about this sort of stuff let alone a doctor ??
I think its cute that he claims he's so smart yet his conventional dogma-science cannot account for the vast majority of phenomena here. Such as levitation, cuts, lacerations, bur marks spontaneously appearing on ones body in the exact same places at nearly the same time as the same wound inflicted on ones "Imagination."
Oh what else, the capability to be able to share a dreamscape and verify this dozens of times. The capability to have physically manifested as a ghost thousands of miles away. The list goes on.
Are those all just hallucinations too, hmm? It seems like a very convenient catch all answer for a deluded skeptic. Its all just in your head Mr. Jones, just keep telling yourself that. Tell yourself enough times and you'll even start believing it. It's all in your head. It's just a trick. Things like that don't exist Mr. Jones, its only your mind playing tricks on you.
It's adorable that he also says that I'm claiming to be some sort of hero. I wonder if he reacts the same way if he were to go to a convention where a contractor with 30 years experience explains and demonstrates how to do plumbing? They must also be hero's because they have experience doing something he doesn't and thus can show others how.
Maybe its because I don't have a flashy piece of paper to show him. Maybe its because I used the scientific method, but failed to have the stamp of approval from some accredited institution. Apparently without that stamp science is just mysticism y'know. It's a fact.
If I were to talk to a doctor about any of this I don't think they'd actually have all that much of a problem as I routinely use math and physics to explain what I'm talking about. Although for most people all those equations aren't very practical to know.
Oh sure at first I think they'd assume I was crazy because that is what they've been trained to think as soon as someone starts talking about spirits. Not all of them though, I know there's more than a few very intelligent psychologists and psychiatrists out there. Why? Statistically they can't all
be bad and I know of enough cases showing that several exist to make that statement.
Now if you're going to continue spouting your nonsensical drivel here I'd appreciate if you at least tried
to make it sound believable. Otherwise maybe you should increase your dosages.