Parasites and Mind Tricks: A Story of Seduction, Gaslighting, and Poisons
How metaphorical parasites put victims in a mental stupor.
I was recently very moved by a presentation by Dr. Tau Braun in which he talked, among other things, about biological mechanisms of poisons. I was struck by his point about how poison takes over the biological resources of the victim to harm or kill the victim—while the poisonous animal, who has already invested into producing the poison and biting the victim, conserves its resources.
That is so similar the methods of thieves, predators, and tyrants! That is how they keep masses of people under their domination. After the initial violence that happens during attacks and invasions, they poison people’s hearts and minds through fear, pride, and corruption—and then people themselves become enchanted guards in their own prison.
Here is a tangent about the addictive food industry and Big Tobacco execs migrating to Big Food and using old tricks to create profitable food addictions in kids and adults.
Back to psychological poisons.
A historical tangent and a case in point:
Neither the Americans nor the Russians could defeat the Chukchis (a fierce indigenous nation up North in my old homeland) for 150 years—despite a clear military advantage—but then they managed to corrupt them and addict their people to drinking. Once they were able to poison the minds of the Chukchis, the Russian army took over. They were then “inherited” by the Soviet Union, and today, they are still a part of Russia. I also read a striking story about a Chukchi boy going to a Soviet school and them telling his traditionally trained shaman grandfather that shamans were fiction.
Another case in point that was just birthed in a conversation with Steven Newcomb: For millions of years, people everywhere on Earth led a free and independent existence, free from state psychological or financial structures of domination. The mindset and the social structure of domination in which we exist today is really a tiny-teeny notch on out timeline. Like a bad mutation. And yet, we are gaslit into thinking and feeling that the system of domination is preferable and normal, that it means “civilization,” that it is prestigious, and we get to try ourselves out as powerful and respectable dominators, and that the free independent existence was a primitive folly, and they didn’t know nothing.
And if transhumanists get their way, the future generations will be even less happy and more neurotic, and they will believe that it's perfectly normal to need a state permit to have a baby, that surveillance is freedom, and that life before transhumanism was a primitive folly. (See my science fiction piece on the topic.)
The photographs below illustrate the campaign to “kill the Indian, save the man,” under which Native children were stolen from their parents and indoctrinated into bonding with the dominator. Look at the “before and after” faces.
And the business:
Something about it reminds me of “own nothing and be happy.”
And today, we all live under domination. Some domination structures offer a lot of margin for the captives to roam around, and are far more pleasant than others—but it seems like those systems have been scheduled for deprecation by the World Economic Forum and their masters—which is why we are being squeezed harder and harder.
By the way, I believe that on the existential level, we will cross over back to balance when we are so fed up with the principle of domination that we reject is as normal, when we expel our old spiritual ghosts, and pray for healing. I believe that when it happens, miracles will happen. After all, all this massive gaslighting of free and independent existence is only needed so that a tiny number of power-hungry “masters” can continue owning more than billions of people own together.
Now, let’s talk about the parasites.
Imagine a parasite. A good ol’ intestinal parasite in the literal sense of it, or a metaphorical parasite. A poisonous thief.
The philosophical essence of a parasite is living off the energy or nutrients acquired by the host without producing anything useful for the host, and often producing substances that are poisonous for the host.
In a healthy symbiosis, both parties to the biological (or any other) contract help each other thrive. In an imbalanced relationship with a parasite, one party does the work of getting food and producing energy, and the other party siphons off the energy and produces crap.
If there were a manual titled, “How to Survive and Thrive as a Parasite,” it would say that the best case scenario for the parasite is when the host never finds out about it—while providing the nutrients that the parasite likes.
However, the parasite can continue thriving even after the hosts finds out by convincing the host that it’s attractive, desirable and useful or … I don’t know … safe and effective.
If the show of smoke and mirrors fails, it would then benefit the parasite if the host chose to feel helpless and not fight back because “such is life, and there is no point.”
Or better yet, if the host agreed to feeling guilty and morally obliged to feed the parasite.
Or better yet, if the host developed an identity around the moral superiority of feeding parasites. Yay, “community values”! Confused hosts could then form political parties and various organizations around the issue!
Now imagine a parasite armed with abundant funding, a book by Klaus Schwab, and the language of social justice? At this point, a crafty parasite could propose that the host who takes any measures to get rid of parasites is acting on food access privilege and doesn’t love the planet. And should be ashamed of himself. And fined. And possibly jailed.
This imaginary parasite manual is serious business!
Snap out of Fear
Those who have allowed themselves to be hypnotized into believing that forcing other people to inject a product into their body that they are terrified of injecting (terrified for good reasons) are responsible for their own actions.
Falling prey to fear happens.
But while it happens, it is one’s biggest, number one spiritual responsibility to confront that fear, to command the ghost of fear to go away, and to do what it takes to reconnect with one’s soul. Reconnecting with your soul is always the point.
Think of it as bad magic. It does exist, and it can be effective if you are accepting fear or a zombie state as normal.
Fear also exists. We have all felt it. Some of us, perhaps all of us, have done stupid things out of fear.
What I want to tell you is that if you accept fear or a zombie state as normal, you are allowing yourself to be eaten.
Tricksters might not eat you right away, they might first make you feel comfortable or entitled to being a zombie. But they will eat you, and they will try to eat your children.
Please snap out of fear.
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