I’ve had psychic attacks on me. Around 0n the heart region. In medical terms, it is called the angina pectoris.
Esp. for some time before the time that Yakoob Memon got hanged—and esp. when the legal proceedings were in place. Whether in the middle of the night, or for some 40+ hours before that.
And continuing through all that f***ing drama. Almost as if, say, the Pakis would love it.
All these hassles—I mean the psychic attacks—began in mid-1998. They continue. Sometimes with great intensity; at other times in a more subdued manner. There was a bit of a respite in the wake of India’s nuclear deal, but there was an agonizing decade in between 1998 and 2008. Many of you would know about what I went through, during those times.
Given their cowardly nature, the sources could only be one of the two (or both):
- Americans (including the White House, esp. the “Bricks Falling upon Indians” version of it)
As far as I can isolate, there is no third choice.
Putting the two together, the source has to be:
The White and Black B*****ds, including those in Pentagon, supporting Pakistanis in the Washington DC, with the chain of command possibly going up to the White House (even though after the nuclear deal, and considering the receded strength of the psychic attacks, I would suppose that it may no longer reach all that high up a place).
If I have erred about it, I will the first to correct it. Give me the evidence, will you?
But, no, I don’t think I have erred here in the first place. I do have a pretty good mind. (Call it the brains if you wish. And put it as: “God has given me a good mind,” if you wish. It doesn’t matter much here: The task remains the same: locating the source of these cowardly attacks.)
The day the stupid educated Indians and the learned Objectivists begin to acknowledge the existence of factors like these would be the day the means—psychic attacks—would begin losing their cutting edge. At least the direction of it.
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Yes, the first version was written after having some drinks, late in the night [around 2:30 AM, on 2015.07.31 night i.e. 2015.08.01 very early morning, technically speaking]. Yes, I did consider deleting the entire post. No, I am not going to do that. I will let this post hang around, at least for a while. It is important—morally important—that I keep it around for at least some time. So, instead of outright deleting it, I have made its text as acceptable in the common social discourse as possible: I have inserted the stars in the spellings of the unacceptable words. Finally: no, I have never in my life entertained skeptics as such. They—their premises—make knowledge impossible. That’s why.
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A bit further:
The attacks don’t occur every day, but that’s not important. What is important is the fact that they continue to occur.
The attacks always occur in concentrated doses. (That’s why they are not a matter of the victim’s Karma—only of the attacker’s.) They are always organized around the events and issues that the Americans think are important—whether the Pakis are involved or not (though, they did begin only in the mid-1998, and, at that time, the issues related to the Pakis were involved). But to tell you why I think it is the Americans (esp. the Californians) who are in the driving seat here: (i) the attacks began only after quite a few months I spent in the SF Bay Area. (ii) The last time there were these psychically influential waves—but in a more subdued manner, in a manner that cannot be considered as “attacks” as such—were those which were going on (on separate days or occasions) for a few weeks before the time of the recent US Supreme Court’s gay marriage decision. And the nature of these influence were summarily—nay, exclusively—only in the favor of supporting gay marriages. There was not even a shade of a psychic influence on the other side—at least I wasn’t made a victim for it. The source, thus, has to be leaning on to the “left,” at least in my case. Nuclear tests would get only the “left” agitated enough to launch such attacks on select individuals.
So, no, S.F. Bay Areans, esp. the Indian retards settled there, no: the attacks don’t originate from the Religious Right—at least, not always. And there is a reason for it. The “right” usually is under the influence of religion, and the Christian and Judaic traditions have got enough of The Enlightenment spirit—the pro-life in the pre-abortion debate sense—infused in them, that, just like a normal Hindu, attacking others using spiritual means is something they would find morally repelling—even if they could do it. Whether their philosophy of the mind includes the theses of reincarnation/rebirth and “karma” or not, whether they can explicitly justify their moral stance in a rational discourse or not, the fact is, their morality, in this matter, is sufficiently good. They at least have morality.
In contrast, the“left” in principle has none, and that’s why, say, a hippie in Santa Cruz or Jenner, wouldn’t hesitate picking up the spiritual techniques he learnt from Indian, Tibetan, Amazon etc. masters and using it against whoever he regards his enemies. And, by now, American politicians, too, have become retarded enough to go along those lines. You say Pentagon or Washington DC? What is the society from which they draw their members anyway?
No, you can’t say that I am just a “radio” catching these things. Nope. It’s very easy to distinguish between these attacks, and your usual everyday “experiential sphere”—which does include some psychic waves, for anyone. The psychic experience here is the abnormal one. My point is: something far more acute and directed goes on here. You can’t say that this guy (i.e. me) just has become one of those noosphere eggs. For one thing, a noosphere egg is a machine, not a living individual. For another thing, I don’t register every thing that these eggs do—though I was almost daily being attacked during the late 90s and the early naughties, I didn’t at all catch the 9/11, even if they—the noosphere eggs—did. Neither did I catch the killing of Osama bin Laden. So, I am not too abnormal; left on my own, I mostly don’t catch these things—unless there is someone doing a very well intentioned and well-directed attack on me, for whatever it is “worth” to them. (Really speaking, concepts like “worth” don’t apply here; the standard of values is the principle of life, not that of the anti-life.)