The Pitfalls of Presuming TIs are Schizophrenic
After working with over 12,000 persons coming forward for help with targeting over the last two plus decades, I’ve learned a good deal more than just found in my earlier books. There has never been a Targeted Individual who has not been accused of schizophrenia. While that can be true, it is often not true, and even when true, targeting may also exist. The issue must be dealt with head on, and with care, lest it become a stumbling block beyond cure.
by H. Michael Sweeney proparanoid.wordpress.com proparanoid.net facebook
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First impressions DON’T count
When I’m first contacted by stalking victims for help as online consultant, the stories told me tend to border on what people unfamiliar with the subject would think impossible. The ‘natural’ conclusion, especially for professionals in health care, law enforcement, or governmental authorities such a person might turn to for help with their enemy and/or suffering… is that the person is suffering something in the realm of paranoia or schizophrenia. That is not always wise, but unfortunately, it is quite unavoidable, and for two reasons.
The first is that the symptoms of targeting are by and large identical to those of schizophrenic episodes. Hearing voices or seeing things no one else does are perhaps the most well known examples, all things that can be simulated with advanced electronics; voice to skull can be achieved by multiple methods; Sound Canons and other tricks can create otherwise unbelievable visual aberrations. But also, the general belief of claim that people are following, spying, or threatening, especially in numbers, is seen as a symptom. Enter gang stalking methodologies.
The second reason is less coincidental. People simply don’t want to believe in the Boogeyman, especially officials and other professionals, because trying to deal with something they can’t see evidence of being true is beyond them. That is their failing, often a thing wrongly taught them in their training. Often, that training was crafted by people who helped develop targeting methodology, former CIA mind control scientists. This has been well documented in many books, some of which were written by retired CIA types, and as referenced in my own book on topic, MC Realities.
This is especially true of the DSM series of mental health manuals, because at one time and even currently in some cases, the history of heads of collegiate psychiatric departments and EVERY professional association to which a psychiatric professional could be member… as well as Industry watch dog or promotional organizations… can be traced back to the original CIA mind Control Experiments as CIA employed researchers. As they die off, new ones are recruited, and the false narrative… a ‘lunacy’ about lunacy, goes on.
When Congress investigated CIA (and other agencies) in the Church and Rockefeller Committee hearings in the 1970s, CIA officially (claimed*) they had already shut down such programs because (they claimed*) they did not work. They then quickly scattered the CIA scientists involved to form three kinds of groups:
a) institutional and professional groups which insisted MC did not exist, did not work, and that anyone thinking otherwise was mentally ill or, in the case of professionals, guilty of malfeasance or malpractice;
b) like groups which pretended to seek and ‘help’ victims of MC; and
c) into key positions of power and authority within the psychiatric professional associations (all of them), and collegiate Psych departments, where they not only taught the preferred view about mind control, but also helped to write the DSM series of ‘bibles’ used by shrinks in diagnosis/treatment.
Ironically, the most notorious of group (b), above, was the Cult Awareness Network; CAN, which was consistently called upon by government to help ‘resolve’ crisis arising involving the so-called ‘suicide cults.’ CAN has since taken over and operated by the Church of Scientology, seen by many as a mind control cult in its own right. This was a favorite area of CIA mind control experimentation, trying to find ways to get large numbers of people to kill themselves as a collective. Read Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A., by Alex Constantine, for a long list of such experiments. Alex, by the way, was targeted for his writings, and went into hiding for a time. The other purpose of group (b) is to recapture persons who may have escaped mind control projects or who, due to mental issues, may become good subjects as training fodder, and brought into such projects.
What makes it ironic is that CAN advice and helps (pre Scientology) consistently resulted in the mass deaths of those being helped, examples being WACO and JONESTOWN. In both cases, the CIA plants within the groups ‘miraculously,’ managed to survive unharmed, and quite by ‘coincidence,’ the leaders and core members of those groups had previously been in spheres of influence of MC scientists in group (c), above. More could be said about such things, and have been, in MC Realities, Alex’s book, and others. But starker proofs such claims are false exist.
In my first book, The Professional Paranoid, I cited in the Appendix some 400 CIA fronts and influenced organizations which predominantly predated the Church/Rockefeller hearings. Almost exactly half of those had to do with Mind Control. CIA book vanished that book by buying all available copies from suppliers, having one of their own publishing fronts invest in my publisher with the proviso my book not be reprinted, and then ‘selling’ used copies for nearly ten times their face value so that people who had copies would sell theirs for a bit less… and then buying all those up, as well. It is a common CIA trick.
But my publisher was a good guy and he returned the book rights to me, something CIA had failed to think of specifying he not do. So I now effectively ‘self publish’ using print on demand for hard copy (through paranoiapublishing.com), and ebook versions directly through me (proparanoidgroup at gmail com. This makes it impossible to book vanish. Subsequently, in my third book in the Professional Paranoid Series, The Defensive Field Guide, I included 1,000 CIA fronts, almost all of the additions coming into existence post Church/Rockefeller hearings. Guess what? STILL — over half of them were/are involved in mind control related operations. CIA lied to Congress.
The unexpected result of my books was that they sponsored a flood of requests for help from victims of targeting. The overwhelming majority of such requests were from people suffering some form of mind control technology or methodology, most notably, organized ‘gang’ stalking, and/or Directed Energy Weapons (DEW). As result, I felt obliged to attempt to offer professional online consulting services to attempt to help such persons.
This is a very difficult thing to undertake for more reasons than just the communications issues forced by being limited to dialogs at distance without more personal on site direct involvement. While I also offered direct intervention services, they were always beyond the financial ability of the victims; mind control is never worked upon the wealthy unless they first attack and destroy the victim’s financial underpinnings.
Early on in offering such helps, and even in trying to sell my books in the first place, the issue of mental health questions loomed large due the Boogyman Disbelief Syndrome. BDS is a form of mental illness (not found in the DSM, of course) which causes professionals to ignore facts in the Congressional Record, scientific papers, patents, and books by endless authorities on topic, and insist therefore that persons claiming to be targeted are ALWAYS mentally ill, per the DSM bible they worship; they live and work as if in a cult, themselves victims of a form of mind control, the very thing they deny exists.
I have personal proofs I can speak to, as well. I ask professionals who think only schizophrenia possible to explain how it is that, with my defensive and offensive tactical advice, it is possible that some TIs have obtained the ultimate relief? By that, I mean total ending of their problem in ways which prove it was not a mental issue. The proof being in the form of paying huge sums of money by those guilty of targeting as retribution, and/or providing ‘dream jobs,’ record contracts or book deals, and so forth.
The Elephant in the room
That unhappy irony aside, Virtually ever TI, if telling their story in full, will make claims they assume to be fact which seem impossible to the listener, especially if unfamiliar with the topic. After thousands of such stories, even I can still be surprised. As stated, the natural conclusion is some form of mental defect in need of professional care. Especially if the listener is a psychiatric professional; the DSM tells them what to believe true — that schizophrenia is the only possible cause for targeting claims.
It was therefor proper that I early on advised that some form of schizophrenia or paranoiac affliction must always be considered a possibility. However, I also told clients that EVEN IF TRUE, it did NOT mean the person was not ALSO targeted, something no psychiatrist seems able to ever consider possible. In fact, that TI circumstance is actually quite common in my decades of experience of working with TIs. I therefore chose by policy to ignore any and all clues of potential mental health in any decision to proceed to offer helps. The only SAFE presumption by ANYONE professionally offering help is that targeting must be considered and investigated. To do less could leave one legally liable.
One additional reason to so proceed exists, and it is unique to true targeted persons. One of the primary goals of targeting is to reduce them to a political, social, and financial zero, and the main method employed is to make them LOOK insane, as quickly as possible. One way to do that is to mislead the victim into believing things true, which are untrue. Therefore, any general belief expressed by a TI which seems unbelievable may be explained by this fact, and is yet one more reason not to dismiss the claims as baseless; they are in fact, mere symptoms of targeting as much as of potential schizophrenia.
There are countless ways this can be done, and two key benefits are derived by the tactic. The first is that the implication of insanity is achieved, which leads to denial of helps even from loved ones. Destruction of personal relationships and other help resources is also a primary goal. The second is that the TI will end up fighting a non existent problem, and in making no headway, more quickly succumb to giving into feelings of defeat, breaking their will to resist. IT IS A TRAP, one I never allow a victim to fall into.
I have, therefore, never turned someone away regardless of how much it appeared their problem was mental. For one thing, it was quite often found true in time that persons with various mental issues were (and are) deliberately selected for targeting because of that fact, especially if the purpose of targeting is training exercises; any mistakes that might end up involving Police will be immediately dismissed on that same ‘presumptive’ basis. So it is absolutely possible that targeting and mental health issues are present in a given TI’s case.
So I always tried to early on include dialog on how to best address the possibility of schizophrenia and PROVE the answer, whatever it really was, one way or the other. If TRUE, it would be best to get treatment and resolve that issue, first. RARELY is anyone willing to take that advice; they find the prospect too scary, because of the history of psychiatry being rather prone to forced institutionalization with horrific results (as exemplified in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest). Such hesitance has not seemed to matter that much, because after working with someone for a while, I am eventually able to discern the truth for myself, and advise such help is their only chance at relief.
I will state for the record, quite contrary to DSM assertions, that about only about 1 in every 5 or 6 do suffer schizophrenia and are not truly targeted. I would then so advise, offering as many factual reasons as I hoped would be logically seen as true and valid to the client. Once in a while, they would see the truth, and act on it, but not often enough. A lesser number have been judged both schizophrenic and were also found to be targeted. The remainder were simply targeted, and merely seemed schizophrenic outwardly by third parties. They might additionally be seen as slowly being driven into a naturally resulting state of paranoiac behaviors. That is not the same as being mentally ill, certainly not the same as being schizophrenic; it is simply survival instincts gone overboard in an appropriate effort at self defense. That, I can work with on my own, and it takes no psychiatric skills, only logic.
The nature of the Elephant in the room
It is important to understand: Schizophrenia is not some shameful state of insanity such as people tend to think it. It is simply (rather overstated) a chemical imbalance in the brain which can often be addressed with drugs and good council. Yes, there are significant pitfalls in the treatment process; there is a level of quackery to the ‘science’ behind it, and that results in a hard path typically full of side effects from trying to find the right med and dose level. The patient becomes a Guinea Pig. When the ‘science’ can consider the varied physiology of individual patients and come up with the right med and dose the first time, THEN, and only then will it actually be science, IMO.
But there is a significant difference between privately seeking help and being forced into it by ‘the system.’ The latter can sometimes result in forced treatment to the point of creating a ‘cured’ human vegetable who cannot function on their own, essentially institutionalized for life. The former is considerably safer and far less likely to have an unhappy ending, the worst possible result being an unflattering written record and a period of unpleasant side effects which soon enough wear off. A good result, however, would be a written clean bill of mental health; a well deserved middle finger upraised to all who doubted.
Too, some care must be taken to insure that the meds do not lead to suicidal thoughts without care to prevent actualization; many psychotropic treatments do have such side effects upon withdrawal from use, some upon use. I know of this and other unpleasant side effects first hand, as I and several members of my family have been put on such medications, which are often used for more than mental issues.
Fortunately, there are ways to seek voluntary helps with reduced risks — but which are situation dependent and cannot therefore be well described, here. But schizophrenia can also be addressed with WILL POWER, though a rare eventuality. This is seen in the movie, A Beautiful Mind, a true story. In fact, watching it led me to develop an all new technique useful in reducing the actual effects of various targeting methods, including DEW. I’m talking about reduction of targeting effects, such as pain and manipulations of mood, alertness, and mental acuity.
They can even work with non targeting issues, such as pain reduction for toothaches, burns, Diabetes, and other cause, or even to help neutralize tinnitus (encouraging, but as yet no results against voice to skull). While simple in method, they are difficult to master; akin to trying to become a Jedi Knight in descriptive processes. But some can make them work usefully to one degree or another. This, too, is beyond the ability of this Post to well address. Anyone wanting to know more may email me at proparanoidgroup at gmail com and ask for the Jedi papers.
The good fight
I write of all this, today, because I just received an email from a Man in a distant country I had been working with for a while. He was quite adamant about his stalking, and elements of it certainly were beyond anything possible in reality. But he did have the will to brave the process of professional care and did brave the treatment trial and error, and was actually cured. He wrote to thank me and put my mind at ease, a kind consideration on his part. The transformation in his life was so significant that it was clearly evidenced in his writing style and commentary. His very personality and mental prowess was restored.
It was extremely gratifying to hear of his victory, and see him restored to a normalcy, even though I could take no credit. I wish I could get away with saying all TIs were schizophrenic, and that such treatment was the only solution (the official shrink view); it would have saved me decades of unhappy dialogs and less than perfect results. If it were true, and if victims would be willing to undergo treatment because there were no dangers in doing so, it would be a far more perfect World. But sadly, such a World view would be delusional: exactly as embraced by most professional psychiatrists, today.
I complimented him on his bravery for undertaking that hard road, and for enduring the clumsy treatment process which eventually leads to a cure, or eventually illustrates by lack of cure, that schizophrenia is not present. Getting a piece of paper from a Doctor that treatment had no effect is useful evidence to a TI. EITHER RESULT is a win win, even where actual targeting is present along with mental disorder. Where the victim can eliminate those things imagined, they can better focus on defense and attempts to prove those things which remain and are real. Perps will flee in the face of exposure. The trick is actually being in a position to confront them with that possibility, a matter which dealing only with reality can afford.
It cannot be done by struggling against imagined enemy tactics and methods, regardless of if imagined through chemical imbalance, or imagined due to deliberately fostered false clues. “A mind is a terrible thing to waste,” but that is exactly what mind control seeks to achieve. A TI must above all else, therefore, take any and ALL steps necessary to safe guard the health of their own mind. Free Will, the gift of God, is as precious as the gift of His Grace and of life, itself. These things are a TI’s best weapons of defense and offense. I have a whole chapter in my book on exactly how that is true; Religion and MC. This, too, is available as a free .pdf on request.
The right use of Free Will (righteousness = right use ness) might just include ‘willing’ one’s self to brave confrontation with that Elephant in the room. Clearly, it will involve other battles, as well. Never is it an easy path, and even where victories are gained, it is more often true than not, that total escape is not possible. Some break free, but all who properly resist can at least better their circumstances well enough that they can claim victory, and as a survivor, survive what targeting remains as more a nuisance than a life-long debilitating experience.
Is this not what someone with a physical handicap or long-term debilitating health issue must do, if to survive? Targeting is no different a thing, except that it is forced upon the TI by outside forces for evil cause, quite Satanic at its core. It is, therefore, a spiritual handicap, more than physical or mental, if rightly viewed; it is a war for the spirit and free will of the victim, that very gift from God. Therefore, God is indeed the best ally.
I hope this one example gives hope to those in dire need. That, too, would be a credit to the man who wrote me, a kind of legacy or testimony which hopefully leads others to dare to do the same. Just take care, if that includes you. The path is not easy to see, and there are brambles to each side which must be avoided. While I can no longer offer actual paid consulting services, I do remain available for guidance and providing answers to simple questions which do not involve significant situational analysis (proparanoidgroup at gmail com). I answer all inquiries in person.