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Redefining Sanity: DID Normal; Faith is Not

July 4, 2010

united-states-of-tara.jpgby Richard Evans

The American Psychiatric Association is about to remove Dissociative Identity Disorder [DID or MPD, i.e. Multiple Personality Disorder] from the diagnosis manual. This is an ailment that is inflicted on children of the Illuminati using trauma in order to mind control them. Most of our political leaders suffer from it: why they can lie so effectively.  

The APA is simultaneously substituting a NEW disorder in it's place - religious faith. (More about this below.)  

Recently I heard about a new CBS Showtime 'comedy'
"The United States of Tara" about a single mom with dissociative identity disorder.  The 'laughs' come from watching her transform into hilarious alters - such as a nymphomaniac pot smoking 13 year old, or a male redneck with a Southern drawl that likes to start fist fights.  The 'human interest' factor is how her 17-year-old-son is basically her handler, in a benevolent way, managing the situations for minimum damage and embarrassment. 

Why is it necessary to have this show?  TV comedies are being used to mainstream aberrant, unprecedented behaviors as normal and fun.

Children incorporate TV characters and scenarios into their reveries.  Why a show to cover the sinister implications of an epidemic of this disorder?

In a CBS "Sunday Morning" Report  on Tara and DID, one psychiatrist says millions of Americans could be diagnosed with DID.

Then they get to the 'expert' doctor intended to have the final word.   You can tell because they interviewed the first doctor informally,  and the final doctor is described as a top doctor at John Hopkins U., and shown
in his white lab coat surrounded by medical books.

He claims there is no such thing as DID.  Listen closely and he uses exactly the same argument that they used to rule that 'recovered memories'  of trauma does not exist.

That is, that the counselor somehow plants the idea in the patient's mind and the patient imagines and acts out the behavior -- for the reward of approval by the doctor.

As soon as the APA removed repressed memory from the DSM (diagnostic manual) about 1994, courts immediately ruled that clinically recovered trauma memory testimony isn't admissible. All the nursery school pedophilia cases were dismissed, and those already found guilty were overturned on appeal.
Now they're going to remove DID from the DSM.

Sure enough, tipped off I looked at the peer journals and guess what -
"Dissociative identity disorder: Time to remove it from DSM-V?"


While looking that up, I found also that the APA is quietly getting ready to rule religious faith symptomatic of pathological mental disorder.   They call it "Omenosis."

"It is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a mental disorder characterized by abnormalities in the perception or expression of reality. Distortions in perception may affect all five senses, including sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch, but most commonly manifest as "spiritual experiences," paranoid or bizarre delusions, dreams and visions of gods and demons, or disorganized speech and logic with significant social or occupational disruption.

"Onset of symptoms typically occurs in young adulthood during childhood indoctrination, with approximately 98.4-99.3% of the population affected. Diagnosis is based on the patient's self-reported "experiences" and observed behavior. No laboratory test for Omenosis currently exists.

"In its narrowest sense, Omenosis deals more with how religious a person is, and less with what religion a person has(in terms of belief in certain gods, practicing certain rituals, belief in the transcendent, experiencing magic, believing in psychic abilities, belief in a soul, retelling certain myths, revering certain symbols, belief in the "sacred" or accepting certain doctrines about deities and afterlife)."

Studies suggest that genetics, early environment, neurobiology, psychological and social processes are important contributory factors; some recreational and prescription drugs appear to cause or worsen symptoms.

Current psychiatric research is focused on the role of neurobiology, but no single organic cause has been found. Due to the many possible combinations of symptoms, there is debate about whether the diagnosis represents a single disorder or a number of discrete syndromes.

For this reason, Eugen Bleuler termed the disease the Ominosese (plural) when he coined the name. Despite its etymology, Omenosis is not the same as dissociative identity disorder, previously known as multiple personality disorder or split personality, with which it has been erroneously confused."


In response to an epidemic of day care pedophile rings and MK-ULTRA victims being noticed by psychiatric counselors in the US and Canada, a group of psychiatrists formed the False Memory Syndrome Foundation to attack counselors who had helped SRA victims recover memories of their abuse.  This is how the psychiatric field became barred from recovering victim's memories of events that shattered their identity.

But what about the split identity disorder itself?  That's been a loose end.    Judging by the necessity of having to run a prime time TV series to help sweep DID under the rug,  there must be millions of people affected.
They have already rendered a minor's testimony inadmissible.  Counselors have been put in the position of having to tell the child they are imagining things - that enables guilty parents to have the child committed to an institution for intensive programming. 

DID and Omenosis provide more confirmation that the Illuminati goal is to brainwash us.

On the one hand, they want to normalize DID, as a step in spreading it.
On the other, they want to detach us from reality, which comes from religious faith and a recognition of spiritual/moral order. In the future, those who uphold the truth may be deemed insane.


The False Memory Foundation Team

      F.M.S.F. EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS: Peter and Pamela Freyd (psychiatrists)
      The Freyds were publicly exposed by their own daughter - Jennifer Freyd (professor of psychology) of child abuse and rape.

      F.M.S.F. FOUNDER: Ralph Underwager (psychiatrist)
      The world's foremost authority on false memory, but in the courtroom - is repeatedly exposed as a charlatan. He is a self confessed paedophile who quotes: It is "God's Will" adults engage in sex with children.
      F.M.S.F. ORIGINAL BOARD MEMBERS: Martin Orn (psychiatrist)
      Senior CIA Mind Control Researcher: Experimenting in hypnotic programming, dissolving memory and other mind subduing techniques.

      F.M.S.F. BOARD MEMBER: Dr Harold Lief (psychiatrist)
      CIA Mind Control Researcher. Experimenting in behavioural modification and hypnotic programming.

REFERENCE FROM: The False Memory Hoax - Psychic Dictatorship in the USA By Alex Constantine  

Comments for "Redefining Sanity: DID Normal; Faith is Not"

Dani said (July 6, 2010):

Hi...Couple of quick points, although it's not important to the bigger points being made. But "The United States of Tara" does not feature a "single mom." That's the whole catch -Tara, played by Toni Collette, is married. Her husband is played by John Corbett. A little research on behalf of Mr. Evans would have revealed that. That's the whole "zinger" of the show you could say, how her husband handles those times when Tara is in her male Vietnam Vet alter. The other zinger is how her teenage daughter handles those times when Tara is in her teen girl alter. And I partially disagree with Richard Evans' assessment that "Most of our political leaders suffer from it: why they can lie so effectively." I'm aware of the prevailance of DID and its use within Illuminati circles, however without proof Mr. Evans can't just make a claim like that, saying that "most" political leaders suffer from it. I think the reason political leaders can lie so effectively is because they're just plain old sociopathic/psychopathic. It may not have anything to do with DID. Sociopathy/psychopathy makes more sense for leaders' behavior than DID. But that aside I do agree that this show is completely agenda-oriented. The creator of the show is Diablo Cody, who penned the screenplay for the movie you talked about on your site awhile back, called "Juno." She also penned "Jennifer's Body," starring Megan Fox, about a demon that occupies the body of a hot highschool chick. And the show "Tara" was backed by none other than....Steven Spielberg. So a little research into the life and times of Ms. Cody and her meteroric rise to success (including an Academy award for her first ever screenplay) and the subject matter she chooses to write about, as well as consideration of the fact that Steven Spielberg was behind the creation of this show may give readers some insight into what's going on with "Tara."

There was yet another show that came and went back in 2008 concerning DID called "My Own Worst Enemy," starring Christian Slater. Like Ms. Collette, Slater is known primarily as a movie actor who then went off to do do a TV show regarding multiple personalities. A description of the show from "Henry Spivey, an efficiency expert, lives a typical suburban life, right down to the wife, two kids, dog, and minivan. In contrast, Edward Albright is a lethal, multilingual operative. It would seem the two men have nothing in common -- except for the fact that they inhabit the same body. When each personality finds himself out of his element, things go awry."

Definitely an agenda going on here, no doubt.

Kirk said (July 6, 2010):

I was once outspoken and enthusiastic about my faith. The effects were quite negative for me, my family, and those I spoke to. The "pearls before swine" parable is applicable these days and a wise person remains silent. I have come to the conclusion that the church must go underground now and wait for another enlightenment. The organized corporate "churches" are quickly becoming just another organ of the state. Thanks for keeping up the blog.

Jone said (July 6, 2010):

My name is Jone, I live i Norway and. I often read your articles on "Save the Males" and I agree with your opinions most of the time.

Here are some comments about "redefining sanity" and about how women are described on TV.

For some reason main female characters on new TV-series very often are single mothers. Even with a new Icelandic action series "The Press" the main female character, a journalist named Lara, just had to be a single mother, with problems to take care of her child and doing her job at the same time. The child's father does not follow up the child and Lara has to bring their daughter with her to work, since the father cannot be trusted to take properly care of her. It always has to be this way, doesn't it? Why, even in a crime series, must it always be a point that the main female character is a single mother and has a lot of trouble with taking care both of her child and her important job.

The Press:

This is not all, however. In moderns TV-series the women are always attractive, smart, honest, flexible and self assertive. They get a lot of attention from men, but they are always condescending with men. Most of the times women are supervisors and men naturally are subordinates.

In modern TV-series it it the opposite with men. They are clumsy, insecure with women, other overweight, less talented and white males are very often depicted as criminals. In addition men are depicted as stubborn, chauvinistic, dishonest, inflexible, immature and with low self esteem.

There is a barely hidden agenda here. Today's TV film makers seem to have an agenda where they describe men as the morally and intellectually inferior gender and women as the superior one.

Dan said (July 6, 2010):

People need to be aware of what's next from the official psychiatric organs of their country. Otherwise, most won't hear of 'omenosis' until their local version of child protective services takes their kids away if they protest school curriculum.

It went back to the Kinsey Report and the subsequent striking of homosexuality from diagnosis list. They removed homosexuality and added 'homophobia'.

Paul said (July 5, 2010):

Good article from Richard Evans. I knew there would be a time when the psychiatrists would attack religious faith and belief in God, calling it pathological. They did that in the USSR, now it's the rest of the world's turn. I found this pertinent quote from the 4th century monk, Saint Anthony.


Once, the 4th century desert father, monk, and hermit Saint Anthony had said: “A time is coming when men will go mad, and when they see someone who is not mad, they will attack him saying, “You are mad, you are not like us.””

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