Dr. E. Fuller Torrey, a noted psychiatrist, claims that we are seeing mental illness increase in the world at a faster rate, and he thinks that it has nothing to do with environment. He believes it has everything to do with an unknown virus that somehow has come through and is now increasing the rate of instability.
He and his colleagues suspect that such an unknown infectious agent is responsible for not only that increase, but possibly other biological factors as well, such as “changes in diet” and “exposure to toxins.” Growing population and urbanization allowed the infectious agent — a virus or parasite — to spread more rapidly.
Could we be seeing a possible alien infestation that triggers each of us to manifest seemingly demonic activity, and is it responsible for the reports of abductions, cannibalism and demonic possession?
Can our physical struggle with powers unseen be the will to fight against that which uses our life force as a tool for chaos?
We see more and more people around us who have some cosmic rationale for accepting, as the simple nature of the world, the constant grinding of bones and ripping of flesh for some nebulous crusade. This results in destruction.
There was a post on my Facebook that directed me to a story originally published on a disturbing blog called “Don’t Look Behind You.” It reminded me of an account I had read in the book “Death To Dust” by Kenneth V. Iserson, in which he states that you can tell a lot about a culture by how they take care of their dead. There was a moment in the book where he spoke of how the bodies of the dead are left as carrion for the birds in cultures that practice Zoroastrianism.
According to the blog, back in 2003 Indian officials ventured into a deep jungle, investigating several missing persons reports from a nearby city. What they found was a “Tower of Silence,” or dakhma.
Zoroastrians use these sites to dispose of bodies in the open air.
While sites like these are not uncommon in certain parts of India, several peculiarities hint at something more unusual. None of the bodies were identified. Villagers from nearby, though initially surprised at the sheer number of corpses in the dakhma, proved unable to recognize the bodies. The corpses also did not match the descriptions of the missing people.
There were no animals around except for maggots and flies. Zoroastrians rely on the elements, predators and birds to dispose of the bodies, in the belief that they are contributing back to the Earth. Officials found the corpses relatively untouched by any sort of animal.
There is no official count of the bodies. In fact, little work was actually accomplished at the site and officials avoided the spot – not only because they felt uneasy looking at it, but because of the following, as well:
"The deep pit in the center of the photograph was filled with several feet of festering blood – far more than the bodies on the outside could ever supply. The stench was so unbearable that many of the officials began to get nauseous when they first approached the dakhma.
The expedition was ended when a villager accidentally kicked a small bone into the pit, penetrating the coagulated surface of the pool. A massive burst of gas from the decomposing blood erupted from the pit, splashing those looking into it, along with the photographer.
Those caught in the explosion were immediately sent to the hospital, where they were quarantined for possible infection. They became delirious with fever, shouting about “being tainted with the blood of Ahriman” (the personification of evil in Zoroastrianism), despite never having admitted having any familiarity with the religion.
In fact, many of them had no idea what the dakhma was when they had found it. Delirium turned to insanity as many began to attack hospital staff until they were sedated. The fever eventually killed all of them.
When officials returned with hazmat gear the following day, the site was empty. All the bodies had been removed and, astonishingly, the pool of blood in the pit had been drained."
It was an infectious disease that escaped from the blood spray, and there was a small group that spread the infection. It may still be out there and we may have reason to wonder if a plague is showing signs of growing. We hear of a “zombie apocalypse”. But it all sounds like a cartoon where a Great Dane and some hippie kids will meddle and remove the mask revealing that truth is harmless.
It is not harmless. History dictates that monsters always rear their ugly heads in times of social change and awkward evolutionary jumps.
In various commentaries and studies of biblical or primitive cultures, I have been looking for patterns in belief systems that go back many millennia, and have uncovered what seems an inescapable truth.
This truth is that this planet has a rich history of cataclysm and rebirth, and that mankind has earned its right to evolutionary supremacy. However, that supremacy is temporary.
There seem to be a few people getting the message that religion and politics have adopted a somewhat Luciferian agenda. However, the more I research the more I realize that this Luciferian subterfuge has been a threat to the human existence for millennia and that deep inside of all of us is a mechanism that when triggered sends a message in the brain to begin acts of self-destruction.
Many ministers and independent thinkers claim that the mainstream religions of the world are slowly allowing for the teaching of doctrines that are against the basic principles that keep a society intact.
They fear that a subtle push toward teaching a demonic, chaotic, or alien connection to creation and human seeding is contrary to the true nature of God. I am beginning to see that the connection has merit and that both good and evil are perceptions of how the universe treats us. It is merely a question of what is fair and unfair. These Luciferian philosophies have been a part of religion for thousands of years.
I know that in the shows we have been doing over the past few days, some listeners expressed worry that I might be having some sort of psychotic break, or turning into a bible-thumping dime-store dispensationalist.
I can assure you that the concerns I have are not rooted in bible study but in study of the collective unconscious and of how everyone’s souls are being programmed with metaphors and archetypes that lurk in the depths of core belief. They may be resurfacing as some sort of “kill switch” that guarantees self-destruction. What affects us most comes from within us: the apocalyptic mindset has collectively created what is known as a tulpa.
A tulpa is the result of a meme that generates enough energy to manifest perceptibly. It is conceptually similar to that of a thought form designed by a spiritual architect. Eventually, a template and a blueprint are followed and repeated. When the process becomes ingrained in the collective unconscious, the thought form can manifest perceptibly as if it is being constructed piece by piece until it shows itself.
A tulpa is the result of the idea that objects and events can happen by sheer willpower alone. It is causal engineering that can either benefit or destroy the person or group that has created it.
If this sounds like magic or demonic power – then perhaps it is…or perhaps there is a point of no return where we just don’t care about life, virtue or respect, or that the bestial nature of mankind is fighting its way to the surface and all of the reports we hear of flesh eating humans, vampiric attacks and the like are part of the Apocalypse that we haven’t read about in the various prophecies.
We live in times of viral popular acceptance of ideas both negative and positive.
Messages no longer travel from mouth to ear. They travel digitally and conveniently from house to house via uplink. These viral ideas are actualized through carefully placed predictive programming and hyper-reality.
At times it is uncanny how we can visualize something in a TV show or movie only to have it happen in reality later. TV and movies no longer borrow from reality; they are now creating the reality. When we see aerial views of major cities being destroyed by natural disasters and then are told that this major event is coming in a specified year, we must understand that this kind of imprint can actually manifest as something real and devastating.
Apocalyptic subject matter has been tossed around continuously since the 1950’s, but now the Apocalypse looms large in the public’s imagination. With apocalyptic thoughts come apocalyptic imagery, and the manifestation of apocalyptic monsters and events which, by the looks of the headlines, are happening right on schedule.
I have brought up the idea that the foods we eat, and the water we drink, are becoming tainted. We are learning that this is not some accident, that a weaker body is far more susceptible to a chaotic or alien spirit attaching to it.
What if the whole idea of the culling of humanity has nothing to do with killing us, but transforming us?
What if the transformation is far darker than we can even imagine?
How you interpret it, whether religiously, scientifically or conspiratorially, it should not be watered down so you can sleep soundly at night. I get frustrated when people write off these anomalies as ho-hum so that they can feel superior and not have to worry about their precious world coming to an end. They laugh and mock people as dullards because they see the world in different ways.
Some things are beyond the realms of human comprehension and sometimes we just have to keep picking at the supernatural or unnatural like a fresh scab. We scratch and pick till it infects us and soon we are consumed with the hysteria. We begin to act deranged and crazy. It never ends. Soon we wonder if we have lost our grasp on reality. We think like animals, act instinctively upon perceptions of feast or famine, and live for the next resource to steal or life to take away.
The nightmare can end, if we can only wake up.