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Back to mental conditions

I started off with the idea of speaking about mental conditions, but seem to have strayed off-course. Well, let me try to come back to what I started upon.

I am not an authority on mental conditions. However, the brief readings that I have done on that subject, including the page on Wikipedia on Schizophrenia has given me misgivings about the quality of knowledge that the mental science professionals do have. And also about their own mental acumen to deal with and diagnose mental conditions.

There were mentions about hallucinations, delusions, claims that thoughts are getting radiated to others, paranoiac fear of others, seclusion, proneness to violence, poverty caused by social reclusion, inability to look at another person in the eye, higher mental abilities, calibre and talents; all of which were seen as confirmative signs of schizophrenia.

Well, in all these issues, there is the issue of what is the experience of the person who is being diagnosed. I am not intending to write a discourse on mental sciences, so I cannot go into a lengthy discussion on mental sciences. However, the above mentioned confirmatory signs can all be actually connected to reality as seen in the 3-D or 4-D virtual space arena.

A starting point may the feeling of a person that he or she is different from the others around him or her. Well, this feeling can really be connected to the fact that in the 3-D virtual arena, this person is actually at a different location, potential or elevation.

A trigger for most violence is the provocation that comes through words. In feudal languages, this is easy to see and study, even though no one has really taken this up for intense study. A simple change of the word You, from Ningal or Sar to Nee can really provoke homicidal manic in most persons. What could act as a limiting or controlling factor in this outburst would be the lack of physical means or stamina, or fear of the local feudal language police, or an acute intelligence in understanding the repercussions if one were to react violently.

This is not a very difficult thing to study and observe. For example, if one ordinary man, for example, a taxi driver were to go the capital of Kerala, Trivandrum, and address a police officer, or a Motor Vehicle Department officer, or some other medium level or senior officials of other government departments, with a mere Ningal (this is a polite form of You, but devoid of obsequious respect), one may discern the government official reacting with most of the signs connected to schizophrenia.

The government officers’ physical features may show signs of trembling, his voice may shake, a general messing up of thought process may take place, he or she may go cold or hot, his face might show signs of acute mental provocation, he or she may not be able to look straight at the ordinary man’s eyes, or he or she may glare with acute hostility.

Well, all this would be caused by a simple change of the word for You. Well, what has happened is that the government official has literally been pulled down from an elevation (in the 3-D virtual arena) that they (the government officials) had secured for themselves. The force of the pull, and the terror it evokes can be connected to who has done the misdemeanour, what his or her social and professional level is, who all were present to see and watch the catastrophic pull-down.

It may be borne in mind that if the officer concerned is from the uniformed services, the ordinary man would most probably get his bones disfigured. If it is a non-uniformed service official who has been pulled down, the ordinary man’s official papers would most probably end up in a mess. Moreover he may find himself in some legal quagmire, concocted up by the officials concerned.

Now about the so-called phenomena of paranoia. Social paranoia is a regular feature of feudal language social systems. However it is not usually observable because people successfully find social groups and routes wherein they do not have to face the fear. For instance, if a person of any specific social position like a rich person, a business owner, a teacher, a government official and such was to move with persons who do not acknowledge his or her social position, it can bring it tragic content to the communication routes. They may very well use indicant words of address and referring that are well below what the person is used to and has claims to. 

Usually such situations do not happen. For the teacher moves among persons who acknowledge him or her as a ‘respected’ teacher. The business owner moves among his employees, who through their obsequious behaviour inform others about his or her elevated social position.

The government official, through his or her powers to distress the common man, forces him or her to show obsequious respect.

However, if they were to be placed in a position wherein there is no one to communicate the vital piece of information that they are from the higher social classes, then they would be forced to face ‘non-respectable’ behaviour. This may not mean that others do insult them or show them disrespect, but simply that they do not extend obsequious attitudes. However, it can be a powerful pull-down, which can cause grave heartburns in them. Naturally, they would try to avoid all contact with persons who do not acknowledge their powerful elevation. In other words, they would show all symptoms of social paranoia.

In feudal language social systems, people do fear to mingle with persons who do not extend the kind of quality communication that they desire. For example, in Malabar area of Kerala, where Malayalam is spoken, ordinary kind of social communication is of a terrible kind at the lower level. That is, to anyone that a person does not discern any higher social standard, the usual word used is ‘Nee’, and the words for He and She, Avan (oan) and Aval (oal); both of which are really of the crude kind and terribly distressing. However persons used to this social positioning may not find it distressing, as they are used to such positioning. But then, if suddenly a family from afar, say South Kerala, or a family from a higher social level, suddenly goes down in social levels, and comes to live in a new place in Malabar, there could be tragic results. For the local society would immediately go in for a standard process of evaluating them, and assign them a particular position in the indicant level word usage. In a sort of pouncing manner.

A person, who is used to higher words from the lower social groups, if he or she were to face such words as Nee and Oan and Oal, would go into a terrible social fright. In other words, he or she would literally tremble at the prospect of having to face anyone from the local society.

Modern psychiatry may immediately categorise them with a terminology that they find in their textbooks, that is with the word ‘paranoiac’.

However, here again if one were able to visualise the 3-D virtual space, one would be very well able to see the terrible gorge into which a single word from a lower social group can pull a person into, and his terrible fright of the fall.

The phenomena of paranoia in other cases also can be analysed from this premises.

Now let us think about the issue of certain persons showing mental distress and discomfort in certain areas, in certain houses, in the presence of certain persons etc.

As I have mentioned earlier, certain persons feel a different level of mental comfort in certain specific houses. It can also be related to the presence or absence of certain persons in that particular building.

Take this experience: A person of certain social elevation, when he or she goes inside a particular house or building, suddenly feels as if he is being deprived of his or her social capacities. In ordinary circumstances, he or she is a person of very calm disposition, quite polite and a user of absolute civilised words. However, inside this household or building, he or she is seen to be the exact opposite of all these dispositions.

He or she is seen to be unduly irritated, quite quarrelsome, a user of abusive words and on the whole a quite cranky person. Externally the bystanders may not see any particular item or issue that could be the cause of all this cantankerous behaviour. At times, he or she may even be seen to be prone to violence.

Well, I am not sure what an average psychiatrist would understand from this input. Moreover, if a psychiatrist were to be consulted on this issue, it would be the householders, or the persons who were witness to this outburst who would be giving the inputs to the psychiatrist. Here again there is the issue of defining a person. The persons who see greatness or good in a person is disposed to give a benign input, while persons who do not discern any such features in a person would be inclined to give the negative inputs. Both are quite powerful and defining. Yet, both occupy only a partial part of the truth.

Persons showing cantankerous behaviour in the presence of certain other persons, or when they are in certain places, are actually victims of powerful dislodging in their position in the 3-D virtual space. What could have taken place can be like this: there is another powerful person who has the power to dislodge him or her. This person would be in a vantage position, and by using powerful lower level indicant words has the power to place the other person in any location below so many other persons.

It is an easy thing to do in feudal languages. Just use a lower level indicant word to this person, and assign a higher level indicant word to another person who is actually much below this person. The moment the lower person is given a higher indicant word value, he literally comes above him. This powerful dislodging is a very traumatic issue.

Now, let me go into an inner issue here. The powerful person is like a sun, in this particular household. He or she has a mental arrangement for each and every person, inside the household. This mental frame is actually deeply encoded in the virtual space. The moment the other person enters the household, a lot of powerful strings envelope him or her, and position him or her in a preset position in the virtual space. Now, it may be noted that it is not the handiwork of that powerful person alone that does this job. All the others in the household willingly or unknowingly take part in bringing this person to that level.

In many feudal language joint-family households, this is a regular working mechanism. Someone who is on the lower rungs of the virtual position may later get a higher level professional job elsewhere, where he or she may be a big person. However, when that person comes back into the household arena, there are other persons, of lower intellectual acumen and social standing, positioned powerfully in higher levels.

This is especially true of women folk in the household. They may not have much higher social positions in the outside world, but inside, they are quite powerful and of draconian powers. The person who has come back would suddenly feel himself or herself being flung out of certain level of mental comfort to locations wherein they can be manipulated, mauled, irritated, manhandled, twisted, contorted and even manoeuvred.

How they react to this depends on many other features. Some persons, even though they do come to occupy a lower position, may still be able to uphold some particular numerical value in certain code areas, due to their celebrated professional status. This can give the chance to others to extend some level of cosiness to them.  But then, if someone, especially the powerful person here is hell-bent on depriving the person of his or her positive attributes, this person can very well display all the cantankerous behaviours that have been described above.

This is especially true, if this person is of more refinement. If he or she is of lower refinement, it is possible that there would not be much shift in his or her outside behaviour from his or her inside reactions. So, there wouldn’t be much of a split or dual personality feature.

This experience can be put in very specific word components thus: a person who gets addressed in higher indicant words of Sar or Ningal and referred to as Avar, when he comes to his household area, gets addressed as Nee and referred to as Avan. In itself this may not be much of a problem. However, the persons inside his household are either not aware of his higher indicant value personality or are not willing to acknowledge their knowledge of it.

Here inside the lower indicant value words themselves, his value is at the lowest level. It may be noted that even inside any indicant word level, there are peak values and lower values. This also changes the power/potential component and also the elevation and other directions of other persons connected to him.

When he gets addressed as Nee by an un-appreciating crowd, that naturally assigns him the lowest numerical value to the Nee and Avan, he is in a very low level. Others literally toss him verbally. It is quite a traumatic situation, wherein he gets taunted, and physically touched. His private zone is literally pierced.

Very low dignity is assigned to him. What he is told to do, and how it is told, are from an abysmal level of refinement. {Actually this level of interaction is not really conceivable in English, for such words and behaviour patterns are not there in English and difficult to create. Yet, all these phenomena are there in English also, even though at a higher level of experience. For, there is no phenomenon of indicant words in English}.

This same person who is a sort of revered or dignified personality elsewhere is literally treated like an insignificant piece of dirt. In feudal languages, the experience can be that of this man literally becoming another man. He is made to react to impulses and signals that come from a totally different direction, which carry different potential and energy component. In fact his whole personality is dismantled, distorted and in many ways his thought processes are disoriented.

It is easy to provoke mental disturbances in this person, or at least make him display features that can be diagnosed as mental imbalance. 

Now let us talk about the phenomena called Panic Attack. It is considered as a kind of anxiety neurosis by modern psychiatry. It can display acute physical signs also, such as a catching feeling in the head, feeling of extreme coldness, hotness, trembling and such. It is true that in many cases, it may be able to very easily relate the mental symptoms to some cataclysmic happening in that person’s life. However, there may also be an immensity of situations wherein one may not be able to connect the phenomena to any visible calamitous incident in life.

What may cause the physical symptoms may simply be a moving of location in the 3-D virtual space. Such as getting connected to persons from quite unfathomable depths in the virtual space. Such as a senior Indian police officer’s wife getting acquainted and becoming an intimate friend of an Indian female police constable, ignoring her husband’s words of caution.

The wife is actually positioning herself and by proxy, her husband also at the quite vulnerable areas of the indicant word codes, and also at locations in the virtual code areas, where the husband’s potential and capacities are drained off by the negative valued position. The husband would feel it, and could then come to feel the incapacitating reactions in himself, in the physical form.

It has been mentioned that claims of thought radiation is a sign of Schizophrenia. Isn’t it a bit of a silly claim? Like saying that a claim that a computer can communicate with other computers via Internet is a sign of Schizophrenia. If human brain runs on a software, and reality is also intimately connected to software, then thought radiations and telepathy are just a simple extension of this supreme reality.

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