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Any experts on Dissociative Identity Disorder around here?

 
aether

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After Orlando and San Bernardino and Paris, there is new urgency to understand the signs that can precede acts of terrorism. And with the Islamic State’s prolific use of social media, terrorism experts and government agencies continually search for clues in posts and Twitter messages that appear to promote the militants’ cause.

A physicist may not seem like an obvious person to study such activity. But for months, Neil Johnson, a physicist at the University of Miami, led a team that created a mathematical model to sift order from the chaotic pro-terrorism online universe.
 Quoting: guess who

[link to www.nytimes.com]

kayli topic

Smile
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Seems my prediction is coming true after all

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06/18/2016 05:29 PM
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let's do an exercise..
listen and repeat

i could have been fuckd in the ass when i was a baby
for mind control purpouses
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i had an orgasm at 3 y.o.

and they did not send a cent

for penal compensation

so they are serial

and i have to exterminate them all
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and you all too because it is your sick idiots of shit

who are sick idiots of shit because of your tecnical errors..

furhtermore

and you did not pay a cent to me
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thats because if you received a damage by someone

and its proved the comunity will pay to you the damage
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because it is theiiir sick idiots of shit

drugged of shit

we are talking about
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After Orlando and San Bernardino and Paris, there is new urgency to understand the signs that can precede acts of terrorism. And with the Islamic State’s prolific use of social media, terrorism experts and government agencies continually search for clues in posts and Twitter messages that appear to promote the militants’ cause.

A physicist may not seem like an obvious person to study such activity. But for months, Neil Johnson, a physicist at the University of Miami, led a team that created a mathematical model to sift order from the chaotic pro-terrorism online universe.
 Quoting: guess who

[link to www.nytimes.com]

kayli topic

Smile
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Seems my prediction is coming true after all

spock
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yes
You and nearly 4 years together is broadening our meaning of meaning to each other's meaning of life
aether

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06/19/2016 08:11 AM

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I'm no expert, but did you ever see the final episode of MASH?

(titled: Goodbye Farewell and Amen).

A fantastic episode which began with hawkeye in the nut house...over the course of the episode you found out why he ended up there & why he blocked that memory out of his brain (which was causing all his current problems).

It probably wont explain "Dissociative Identity Disorder" but it could be a first step to Dissociative Identity Disorder.
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I didn't see it. Maybe I'll read a synopsis or something .
That does make me think of that movie "memento" (which was awesome) but that was a totally different thing because he had short term memory loss not DID.

Still some similarities though. Like what causes memories to get blacked out that way?

The younger you are and the more frequently a traumatic event occurs the more likely it is you'll block it out. Things that only happen one time, and the older you get, the more likely you are to react with hypernesia rather then amnesia to the trauma.

But if you are in an altered state when something happens to you...it becomes what they call a 'state dependent' memory...and you tend to forget it entirely until you are back in that same state of consciousness again....
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When is altered state not memory of something in another place

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I was the only one in my family who was able to quit smoking cigarettes. I don't know how it was so much easier for me. My sister and mom have tried and failed many times since I've stopped. And it was all thanks to a voice in my head...literally it was. Life is ever so strange.
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I was the only one in my family who was able to quit smoking cigarettes. I don't know how it was so much easier for me. My sister and mom have tried and failed many times since I've stopped. And it was all thanks to a voice in my head...literally it was. Life is ever so strange.
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lu says you give him impossibly emotional experiences to cope with

smile
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I was the only one in my family who was able to quit smoking cigarettes. I don't know how it was so much easier for me. My sister and mom have tried and failed many times since I've stopped. And it was all thanks to a voice in my head...literally it was. Life is ever so strange.
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lu says you give him impossibly emotional experiences to cope with

smile
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chuckle

Well it's been kind of rough on him lately dealing with me, that's certainly true....
I've been relying on him almost exclusively...
aether

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I was the only one in my family who was able to quit smoking cigarettes. I don't know how it was so much easier for me. My sister and mom have tried and failed many times since I've stopped. And it was all thanks to a voice in my head...literally it was. Life is ever so strange.
 Quoting: K-lis


lu says you give him impossibly emotional experiences to cope with

smile
 Quoting: aether


chuckle

Well it's been kind of rough on him lately dealing with me, that's certainly true....
I've been relying on him almost exclusively...
 Quoting: K-lis


yes
I believe him
and he makes me laugh because of the fact that he is telling me with his ears back look about him

Lol
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I was the only one in my family who was able to quit smoking cigarettes. I don't know how it was so much easier for me. My sister and mom have tried and failed many times since I've stopped. And it was all thanks to a voice in my head...literally it was. Life is ever so strange.
 Quoting: K-lis


lu says you give him impossibly emotional experiences to cope with

smile
 Quoting: aether


chuckle

Well it's been kind of rough on him lately dealing with me, that's certainly true....
I've been relying on him almost exclusively...
 Quoting: K-lis


yes
I believe him
and he makes me laugh because of the fact that he is telling me with his ears back look about him

Lol
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you have spooked him
true story

smile
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06/19/2016 07:59 PM
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lu says you give him impossibly emotional experiences to cope with

smile
 Quoting: aether


chuckle

Well it's been kind of rough on him lately dealing with me, that's certainly true....
I've been relying on him almost exclusively...
 Quoting: K-lis


yes
I believe him
and he makes me laugh because of the fact that he is telling me with his ears back look about him

Lol
 Quoting: aether


you have spooked him
true story

smile
 Quoting: aether


cruise

That's hilarious....
I can't believe he actually told you that :p
Ahh well...poor lu...I think he needs an assistant to deal with me...
aether

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06/19/2016 08:02 PM

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I know
he was not expecting you back in Irvine
it seems
oh well
we know what we are doing there and lu perks up
instant

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aether

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06/19/2016 08:10 PM

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oh
lu witnessed everything
K-lis  (OP)

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06/19/2016 08:13 PM
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I know
he was not expecting you back in Irvine
it seems
oh well
we know what we are doing there and lu perks up
instant

smile
 Quoting: aether


I have nightmares about irvine pretty often, weird I know. I had one just last night.

me and my mom don't live in that city though...they are relatively close to each other (well relative to spain anyway) so I know what you mean
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oh
lu witnessed everything
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yes...of course he did...it is his job to watch...even when I can't sense his presence, he is around...

but lately I have been needing him...to get through the day
aether

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I know
he was not expecting you back in Irvine
it seems
oh well
we know what we are doing there and lu perks up
instant

smile
 Quoting: aether


I have nightmares about irvine pretty often, weird I know. I had one just last night.

me and my mom don't live in that city though...they are relatively close to each other (well relative to spain anyway) so I know what you mean
 Quoting: K-lis


yes
aether

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oh
lu witnessed everything
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yes...of course he did...it is his job to watch...even when I can't sense his presence, he is around...

but lately I have been needing him...to get through the day
 Quoting: K-lis


December everything
is what he includes within everything
aether

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06/20/2016 09:18 AM

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The cumulative nature of human culture is unique in the animal kingdom. Progressive improvements in tools and technologies have facilitated humanity’s spread across the globe and shaped human evolution, but the cognitive mechanisms enabling cultural change remain unclear.
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[link to www.nature.com]
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good morning

thoughts
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This has been an interesting thread. I am surprised nobody addressed or dismissed the malfunctioning bot from Italy.
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06/20/2016 10:43 AM
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I'm sorry you didn't finish your school, kaylis. That happened to me as well around finals time the last time I tried going to school; was well over fifteen years ago.

I have DID.
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Yes I know. I want to know what It is. I have a guess
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its an 80s organized thing I inherited in 91
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Tell them about the 13 countries that help fund Isis that you route money for...
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...the “zeitgeist of collaboration”.
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After Orlando and San Bernardino and Paris, there is new urgency to understand the signs that can precede acts of terrorism. And with the Islamic State’s prolific use of social media, terrorism experts and government agencies continually search for clues in posts and Twitter messages that appear to promote the militants’ cause.

A physicist may not seem like an obvious person to study such activity. But for months, Neil Johnson, a physicist at the University of Miami, led a team that created a mathematical model to sift order from the chaotic pro-terrorism online universe.
 Quoting: guess who

[link to www.nytimes.com]

kayli topic

Smile
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“zeitgeist of collaboration”

[link to www.timeshighereducation.com (secure)]

A new grouping of southeast institutions accounts for a third of EPSRC-funded work.
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"Can you see the future?"


At times, yes. I do not seek that knowledge. Personally, I have learned to place boundaries. Out of respect, I do not dive into people's heads. Exceptions are made when I work with law enforcement on some bad cases. Yes, law enforcement uses our Gifts. No, I don't look for winning lottery numbers. No need.
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"Can you see the future?"


At times, yes. I do not seek that knowledge. Personally, I have learned to place boundaries. Out of respect, I do not dive into people's heads. Exceptions are made when I work with law enforcement on some bad cases. Yes, law enforcement uses our Gifts. No, I don't look for winning lottery numbers. No need.


Tell me moar?
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It's origin is usually sodomy of the child before 2 years old before it is too young to remember.

This creates the dissociation and personality splits and other disorders which manifest as abnormal psychology when the victim ages.

Yes Mk-ultra and gov do it but most of it is done by freemasons and longstanding satantic and luciferian families to their children. It's inter-generational.

As someone said as a way to ensure loyalty. You can split and program the altars this way if done properly and successfully. If unsuccessful it creates weird psyche disorders.

And from a theist perspective they believe in "blood right", that is that there is no moral or bad karma for sodomizing a child blood relative because the child is part of your flesh and blood, part of you and you have right to do to your flesh and blood as you see fit. This is why most child abuse occurs in masonic families.
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"Can you see the future?"
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At times, yes. I do not seek that knowledge. Personally, I have learned to place boundaries. Out of respect, I do not dive into people's heads. Exceptions are made when I work with law enforcement on some bad cases. Yes, law enforcement uses our Gifts. No, I don't look for winning lottery numbers. No need.


Tell me moar?


If you have specific questions, I will answer. It's all just from my point of view. I don't play games. I answer in all honesty. I'm very direct. :)
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If you have specific questions, I will answer. It's all just from my point of view. I don't play games. I answer in all honesty. I'm very direct. :)
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You say 'our gifts', are you referring to psychic abilities, or mentalism, who is the 'we' in question?

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It's origin is usually sodomy of the child before 2 years old before it is too young to remember.

This creates the dissociation and personality splits and other disorders which manifest as abnormal psychology when the victim ages.

Yes Mk-ultra and gov do it but most of it is done by freemasons and longstanding satantic and luciferian families to their children. It's inter-generational.

As someone said as a way to ensure loyalty. You can split and program the altars this way if done properly and successfully. If unsuccessful it creates weird psyche disorders.

And from a theist perspective they believe in "blood right", that is that there is no moral or bad karma for sodomizing a child blood relative because the child is part of your flesh and blood, part of you and you have right to do to your flesh and blood as you see fit. This is why most child abuse occurs in masonic families.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 62188060


This is mostly true. But we still have our own private will. I was a virgin in every sense of the word until I met my husband. I was 20 something when we met. No joke. Some of us have morals. Some of us know how to hide & keep vows.





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