From: Roger Johansson
Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2002 23:50:28 +0200
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John Woodgate wrote:
>None of the phenomena you have reported are unusual. You have, for some
>reason, a heightened awareness of them. We do not know why, or what
>triggered the process.
A friend told me once how he had gone crazy in the early teenage
After many years in psychiatric care and using a lot of medicines he
is now rather well again, and newly married.
He told me how he suddenly could not sleep anymore, he was awake every
night for a week, and then his mind had gone into complicated ideas of
the paranoic kind. (No wonder, with a totally exhausted mind.)
It might have been related to some problems in the family he had
before this happened, and those problems obviously triggered this
no-sleep state of mind.
I think we are inpregnated with a childhood belief in the good in the
world, that people are basically nice and it is okay to relax.
Later in life this is often replaced by a belief that the world is
evil, and that you need to defend yourself and always be prepared for
Examples are girls who starts carrying a knife to school to defend
themselves with, this is rather common in the school of today.
Older people rob unaware persons of their childhood beliefs, or maybe
of their natural condition, to start their development into aware
This all fits into a paradigm of social traditions and the ideology
built upon that social praxis. We have social rules about the honor of
the family, how marriages are arranged, how to behave with honor in
social life, how adrenaline give you social pondus, etc..
I just posted a msg in alt.society.futures about this:
>I don't accept that things happening a long time ago is the real
>reason for feeling bad today, as many psychoanalyst people do.
If we had a nice society to live in, friends who give real
togetherness, etc.. we would feel good, even though we might have had
bad experiencies in the past.
The mental problems which our social traditions cause are the real
reasons for people feeling bad, as these problems are present in our
>I saw an interview with an old woman, who was complaining a lot about
>feeling depressed because she was in a concentration camp 50 years
>I think that the real reasons for feeling bad today is present in the
>world of today, the historical event she is referring to is just an
>image to blame for people who cannot see the real reason for the
There is a lot of intentional hazzling with people in our daily life.
This fits into the current ideological paradigm, that violence is a
natural part of out mental world. So it is considered okay to be a bad
guy and do bad things to other people.
It is even considered a valuable social function in our current
That is also why Hollywood is producing incredible amounts of raw
violence, and they will continue to produce such films as long as that
ideology is seen as the final truth.
But some day somebody will change their minds :-)
Abolish work, Abolish capitalism, Abolish religions and the modern
form of religions, our social traditions.