Why I Blog

Partly because it’s self-therapy, partly because the world deserves to know. Mental Health is one of the last taboo’s in British culture, and it’s heart-breaking to see why. With the aid of the internet and writing, I hope to not only eduacate the world, but for the world to educate me.

This blog, and my other work in tandem. The InsanityOfLove.com one though, is more open, raw, and spontaneous. This one you see here is, more often than not, considered postings and discussion.

I am also writing a book to be released under a creative commons license. More information can be found on the appropriate page.

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4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Egor Sanin on July 7, 2007 at 12:44 pm


    I realize that this has nothing to do with the topic of your post, but I’m assuming that you are schizophrenic. Unfourtunatly, I feel obliged to inform you that more likely than not the symtoms of your “illness” have been manufactured by an outside force. Whether you choose to believe it or not, there exists a global conspiracy on scale almost too large to fathom. The perpertrators of this conspiracy are occultists – they practice the black arts. Now your first instincts may be to dismiss this as complete nonsense, but ask yourself this; if a group of individuals were practicing black magic that inflicted great harm on a great many people, would it not be in their best interests to deceive people into believing that such powers did not exist and were entirely fictional? And if it just so happened that these individuals had complete control over the media, government, and religious institutions, would they not do just that?

    The reality of the situation is that more often than not, psychiatric patients have been attacked by “magic spells” (for lack of a better description) cast by warlocks/witches/wizards/etc. that has compromised their psychological integrity. Usually, this nefarious individual is a freemason.

    I myself am Bipolar, and in the past I too would have dismissed such claims as ridiculous and that anyone making such claims was in need of some seroquel. But one day, I decided that enough was enough and that I was tired of being bilked by pharmaceutical companies for a product that was making me physically ill from a host of nasty side effects. It made sense to at least take a shot and live without any medication. I mean, I could always go back on if it didn’t work out, right?

    So I began the process of weaning myself of my meds, and things proceeded quite smoothly. That is, until I started to see people I recognized from around campus repeatedly, over and over, like they were following me around. Well, I won’t go into the details of my whole experience, but it ended up with a masonic recruiter inviting me into his home asking me if I wanted to be a freemason. This guy made no bones about his group’s interest in the occult and their agenda. I respectfully declined, since I had no desire to be party to the abuse and manipulation of my fellow man.

    These people have great power, not only because they control all of our major institutions, but because they have mastery over the spiritual energy that is present in all of us. While this proposition will sound completley insane to you, they do have the ability to control someone’s mind, to communicate telepathically, to manipulate your endochrine system, among other things. For instance, the voices that so many schizophrenics claim to suffer from are almost certainly the result of a warlock/witch/wizard either actually communicating with them telepathically or manipulating the auditory centres of said person’s brain.

    You might be suprised, but a A LOT of people hear voices, people you would never suspect. A wall street banker or university professor might hear voices all the time, only they are aware that these voices are actually those of another person who is intentionally communicating with them, so they don’t start freaking out. This is because they are affiliated with the freemasons, and have been properly initiated and trained to use telepathy.


  2. Posted by freya on December 12, 2008 at 10:16 pm

    i totally agree with the above. i had strange voicemails left on my mobile in 2002 and started to hear voices related to these messages in april 2002. one of the messages was all about a greek man. my psychosis was all about him. i went to ask him. he said to me “I dont make the rules”.if i asked a question in my mind ,sometimes the answer would be left on my voicemail.i taped the messages and went to the police, but they didnt have the funding to investigate.i met a psychiatric nurse who told me mobile phone schizophrenia is becoming a problem.


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  4. Posted by Frank on December 8, 2012 at 6:41 am

    People need to take thier meds and stop experiencing paranoid thoughts. There’s no such thing as a Masonic recuiter, first of all. A man has to ask to be a Mason. I’m a trained psychiatric nurse and these messages are stereotypical of people de-compensating and the symptoms of disease taking over. Please get some help.


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