Psychosis is defined essentially as a mental disorder which usually consist of hallucinations and or delusions which indicate a disconnect from reality. Delusions are a false belief, and hallucinations being a mental sensory perception of something that does not exist. Put these all together and you have a mental disorder which accompanies an irrational behavior based on a trend of thought and belief that, as you continue to entertain, only disconnects you further and further from reality. Reality, is who you are right now, and what is happening right now, which may or may not coincide with your individual perception. If I act in a way that is hurting my existence and is completely irrational, but I continue the behavior because I believe something that is not real, that would constitute a form of psychosis.
One of the greatest deceptions, and now an arguably new mental infirmity, is the idea that we (humanity) need more and more technology in our lives. We are all being told and led to believe that whatever machines we have now are not enough and never will be. We are led to believe that there must be a way to make it better, faster, stronger or more effective. There is much logic to this argument which I can appreciate. After all, who doesn’t want something to become better? Why would someone not want something to work better? Better is good, right? Anything that is made to work better and more improved, one would think, is naturally the best option. But is this really true? No it is not and here’s why.
Nowhere in nature do we see such desperate pushing for improvement. Only humans seem to have the weakness and defect of not ever being satisfied. Nowhere in the animal kingdom does this irrational urge to make things better and better and better, even far and beyond the point where the usefulness of the machine is adequate and nearly perfect. In fact, even within humanity there are few, if any, behaviors that when pursued continuously and obsessively beyond the point where it’s needed is not considered an obsession or disorder of some kind. Example: If one only lives to make money and cares not about anything else, one can reasonably observe that this is a disorder. Or if someone only seeks love to the point of not earning money or taking care of responsibilities, that too would be perceived as perhaps a form of disorder or imbalance. The obsessive non-stop irrational quest for newer and newer technology however, is looked upon as good by society regardless of how much damage it does to humanity. There seems to never be an end to the quest for technology.
I can image what some are thinking. Yes, humans are curious and that is not a bad thing. Indeed, that is what separates us from the animals. I’m not saying humans should not explore solutions and improvements to technology at all. I’m saying that the quest and the urge to reach far beyond the technology available to us now, (“us” meaning the ‘true’ technology available to military, government and mega private corporations who control the technology) has taken us into an unexpected and extremely unhealthy, and unspiritual state of mind and spirit which is effecting humanity’s ability to thrive.
Technology is now becoming one of the greatest obstacles preventing humanity from thriving. We are natural creatures, we are part of nature and we are supposed to contribute to the flow of nature, not fight against it. Technology is created by the human mind, only this technology is not being guided by the laws of nature, ethics, morality, good will, health goals or spiritual enhancement. The medical industry tries to sell us the uses of technology and how it can cure, diagnose or fight diseases, but no one considers that many of these diseases were created by technology to begin with. It takes technology to insert 10 teaspoons of sugar in a Pepsi Cola can, technology is responsible for the dangerous carcinogens in our environment and it takes technology to build the early phase of a robot designed to control if not destroy humanity in the future.
From mind-control, to surveillance, to human extinction with drones and other weapons of mass destruction, the obsession with technology has become a major threat to humanity. Given the state we are in, it is becoming more difficult to excuse the irrational love and desperate quest for more and more technology.
This new psychosis finds itself predominantly in the circles of government and mega corporations as companies like Google continue to search and research for more and more technology that will make the new world order and the global prison bullet proof to opposition. You get the feeling Google, NASA, Microsoft, Apple, NSA and many other organizations are simply not on our side. They, and many other technology entities are working hard to set you up for enslavement. From cars that now have GPS and remote control, to all the new smart phones that destroy your privacy, to megastores keeping track of your shopping habits, none of these technology uses are improving our mental, spiritual, and holistic lives.
As we chronicle the road to modern day tyranny, technology is at the center of it all. None of this would be possible without an unusual amount of energy being applied to this cause. That ‘unusual’ amount of energy can only come from a mind that is functioning abnormally. These are the rules of nature. I do not believe this technology quest psychosis that has overwhelmed us in the last century will end well. I do not believe there is much good that will come out of this sick state of mind.
In a perfect world we would harness the technology in a good way and advance helpful technology only. Many have hopes for this, (as do I) but unfortunately the boogie monsters have the majority of the technology, the keys to the laboratory, and the psychopaths willing to pay the scientists and engineers to brainstorm more and more ways to enslave humanity. As a result of this technological addiction some are rising to focus on how to advance the technology for good. And yes, I agree, overall, technology has a good side to it and some good has come out of this. Unfortunately this small amount of good neither justifies the quest nor nullifies the bad. The questions we have to ask are when will the quest stop? Is it possible for this technology obsession to stop? Where is the line drawn and who draws it? Is there anything we can learn from history about this topic? Are there any examples of natural history that we can draw from to assure ourselves that this experiment won’t end in a disastrous way? Can nature as a whole tolerate the actions of a species that draws no lines on where to stop because a small element within the species is paying for the progression of its personal ambitions? Is this modern day scenario a possible resemblance to what may have happened to the so called lost city of Atlantis thousands of years ago documented by Plato and others?
The technology psychosis is on a wild ride at the expense of humanity and the lust for more of it, I believe, is a reflection of an ill of humanity. Take a minute and consider the issue and ask yourself, what are we doing? Humanity is not naturally designed to commune and harmonize with machines that emit dangerous electromagnetic waves and impulses. No, this is not or ever has been natural. Humans were naturally designed to harmonize with nature not machines.
The truth is that we have better consider this issue before humanity becomes extinct. We are already on the verge of extinction. Do the math:
- Weapons of mass destruction enough to destroy the planet many time over in the hands of psychopaths.
- Weather modification technology and contamination of the entire ecosystem with metal particle contaminants already done.
- Poisons and toxins spilled all over the ocean and planet killing millions of birds, fish, sea creatures and even insects, important bacteria and other life forms.
- Robots being created to control, track and kill humans, all in the hands of psychopaths.
- Global mass surveillance via software programs running on devices worldwide.
- Genetically tampering the very food we eat.
The list goes on and on. It’s time to focus our attention on what I believe is another expression of the control system’s psychosis, that being the obsession and need to continue and continue with technology advancement. This psychosis almost certainly guarantees the destruction of humanity. Unless a miracle happens, we have no chance at stopping this mentally diseased mindset. Stopping the control system’s technology obsession would have to come from within the control system and that doesn’t seem very probable any time soon. Ask yourself, who in our military will call off the weather modification programs and shred the paperwork? That is how serious our problem is. Since there is almost no way of stopping this road we are on, and since our only hope seems to be the rise of counter-technology, let us step back and realize what we’ve gotten ourselves into. No one is talking about this mass technology obsession psychosis from a psychological stand point but will that still be the case if and when we kill our own selves off? Ultimately this is just another symptom being expressed by the psychiatric psychopath patients that many of us refer to as government, the control system, the Illuminati, the new world order, the global elite and other names. This control system is the actual predominant expression of psychosis in humanity. A topic I will cover in details later, including the very serious ‘police psychoses’ which has swept the nation and is affecting the majority of police in America. The days of attributing psychosis to individual people only, have to come to an end, and we must see what is wrong and identify the various harnessed mass psychosis that very much exists within our midst.