“God’s Jury” and the Modern Inquisitorial Process of Creating Modern Service Security Surveillance Systems with Right Wing Dark Money 

Edward Sorel’s illustration from the cover of “God’s Jury” by Cullen Murphy

A few years back, well maybe more than just a few years back, my dad was still alive. I was greeted at the lunch meat counter at my local Ewing Shop Rite by an old acquaintance. Will call him “Joe.” He was a former acquaintance from a former lifetime.

But in order for you to understand the whole picture of my story, I need to explain a few things. The time period this “meeting” occurred in was a few years after a sexual assault I reported to my local prosecutor’s office. I was sexually assaulted by a person I was familiar with and with whom I trusted. Following the tragic and sudden death of a close relative, I relapsed into drug use again after 5 years of sobriety. After this sudden death, I had begun to work out a lot to ward off the anxiety I felt about not being accepted by my family. As a result, I lost a lot of weight. One night, while out with one of my “friends,” my “friend” kept encouraging me to use again. I resisted attempts several times and, then, at the last moment, before leaving the bar, I gave in. This was the point of a trajectory.

When women are sexually assaulted while actively using drugs or alcohol as part of their lifestyle choice, they are usually recommended to a rehabilitation center. A few years after my sexual assault, I was forced into treatment. I then made a conscious decision to never use street drugs again and to distance myself as far as I could from the people I had previous associations with. That was in 2006. Although I would still imbibe alcohol a few times a week, I had come to a point in which I could actively imagine a better lifestyle for myself, free from my former associations.

Then, one day at the lunch meat counter, “Joe” tried to strike up a conversation with me. He asked me about a former boyfriend I had dated while I was between the ages of 19 and 20 years old. Let’s call him “Dean.” I was very cold and stand-offish to “Joe” because he had instructed “Dean” to push my head into a couch chair and hold it there one day while “Dean” and I were in the middle of an argument. Because of Joe’s guidance, Dean physically assaulted me. Because of this I always viewed “Joe” as a predator and most likely a psychopath. Who encourages a guy to physically assault a woman? Aren’t men supposed to respect a lady? I don’t believe anything that comes out of this man’s mouth. Joe was also with a woman at the lunch meat counter who had light reddish-blonde hair, and I believe light-colored eyes although my memory is a little faulty. Joe kept referencing this woman with glances for guidance from here. Joe apologized to me and said he truly didn’t have any memory of those specific events. He said he was “sorry” and asked if “I would forgive him?” I looked at him like he was a plague of locus come to destroy my crops. I said, “No.” I couldn’t care less if he could not remember those events from that day or not, and I told him in no uncertain terms, to basically, “FUCK OFF!” I told him I had been so far removed from my former lifestyle I used to entertain in my early adulthood that I didn’t want to know any of those people anymore. Recovery is about avoiding people, places, and things and also because I believed that probably half of my former associations were either psychopaths or sociopaths. People who had been ill-informed about the purpose of life, just like myself. The lifestyle I had led, active in the drug culture and bar scene, no longer plagued me simply because I actively chose recovery and now preferred a healthy lifestyle. I told him I was healthy and a practicing vegan and exercising daily. He then told me that he had “cancer” and was “dying” and “would I please forgive him.” This is the classic ploy of psychopath/sociopath. A “feel sorry for me” game card pulled from the trickster’s bag of tricks. They feign some type of “struggle” and try to win you to their side through sympathy. I’ve seen it a million times.

I believe Joe’s occupation is as a day contractor, although I’m not certain of this. But, in any event, why would I grant a liar forgiveness? I could feel the aversion toward Joe and Dean reverberate in every part of my body. I had allowed myself to be manipulated by men who were rotten and no good for me. Joe had asked if “I wanted to see Dean again.” I thought to myself, “What the fuck do you think?” I replied, “No.”

Honestly, I might have never come to this point in my recovery unless I had been raped which ended the trajectory events, a trajectory that started with my relapse in 2003. A distasteful and bitter pill to swallow; it truly was a revelation that unveiled itself before my eyes. It had somehow pulled all those dark puzzle pieces together to show me that what I had been doing was seriously wrong, even though I secretly knew this deep down inside of me. Such are the lies we tell ourselves. I believed that “my drug use was okay” because “everybody I knew was doing it.” I had even heard of some professional doctors who did it. And besides, these people were my “friends.” Certainly, a friend wouldn’t victimize me. Would they?

Of all the Creepypasta, this story could make one of the best urban legends although it is far from being a myth. The story where the girl who believes it’s okay to get drunk or use street drugs because everyone, she is with, is also doing it. And so, she must somehow be “safe” is far more common than you think. The myth that “surely these people would “respect” me because we commonly identify with one other” is never a certainty. In fact, when considering the nature of man, it is mostly not true. How could a bunch of people that don’t know how to respect themselves be informed about how to respect others? So, my cold and stand-offish stance towards Joe was a psychic defense elicited by a predator who had presented himself to me. I was trying to stay safe.

Shortly after this, my electronic and psychotronic targeting and torture began. I became known as a Targeted Individual. How does this play into the possible reasons for my targeting? Honestly, I don’t know, simply because there are so many other events to consider in my timeline as well.

The most important point I want to make regarding my electronic targeting, psychotronic torture, and group (gang) stalking is this. Over the platform Quora.com, when I discussed my experiences as a Targeted Individual. I was greeted with a response from a man, presumably white, who informed me “it’s because you can’t imagine something better for yourself.” What the fuck? Really? That’s the reason!? The reason I deserve to be tortured and punished!? This means the reason for my targeting is rooted in difference. It is rooted in the difference of identity. It is rooted in the things that divide us and not join us together. The targeting implies that I am not favored because I don’t belong to the right “social grouping.” This is an age-old phenomenon that has gone by many names throughout human history. Most noted for these horrors, based in difference of identity, were the Jewish and Christian holy wars from the Bible (Pagels, 1995), witch trials (Hill, 2002) and other religious inquisitions as well as the many genocides that have taken place over the ages (Santner, 1990). We could look to more modern events like what happened in Charlottesville Virginia. Where on August 11–12, 2017 a Unite the Right Rally took place. Many far-right supporters of white supremacy actively protested including the groups alt-right, neo-Confederates, neo-fascists, white nationalists, neo-Nazis, Klansmen, and various right-wing militias. As a result, conflict, and fights broke out when counter-protestors supporting the proposed removal of the statue of General Robert E. Lee from Charlottesville’s former Lee Park. Later a counter-protestor was killed by rally participants who purposefully and willfully drove his car into the crowd (Berreby, 2018, pp.48–49). It is far more than a science of race. It is a science of psychoanalysisobject relations, and identity. The “feverish pitch” that ensues after the realization of a collective narcissistic wound suffered, has marked historical events like the end of World War I and the events that spoked the Charlottesville race riots. Facts tying events of white supremacy and a crisis of white masculinity, to a prior time in American presidential history, when a black Senator from Illinois took the oval office which was immediately followed by a fascist leader.

“In a review of Cullen Murphy’s book, Edward Peters writes, “Murphy ponders ‘what . . . any inquisition really is: a set of disciplinary practices targeting specific groups, codified in law, organized systematically, enforced by surveillance, exemplified by severity, sustained over time, backed by institutional power, and justified by a vision of the one true path. Considered that way, the Inquisition is more accurately viewed not as a relic, but as a harbinger.’ In this sense then, Jane Mayer, author of “Dark Money” writes, ‘Cullen Murphy finds the ‘inquisitorial impulse’ alive, and only too well, in our [modern] world.’”

Subnote: My original studies began with an investigation into religious philosophy as I was educated in a Roman Catholic school system for 13 years. Later I would take up Bible study in my young adult life, between the ages of 23–25. As a result of my early education, I was influenced to pursue readings in religious philosophy as conflict is often rooted in differences of religious identity (Capp, 2009).

Sources:

Berreby, David. “The Things That Divide Us”National Geographic Magazine. April 2018. Vol. 233, №4. pp.46–67. “We are wired at birth to tell Us from Them and to favor our own group.” The focus of this special issue is on race, Black and White, and group identity.

Capps, D. “God Diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder.” Pastoral Psychol 58, 193–206 (April 2009). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11089-008-0139-9

Hill, Frances. (2002). A Delusion of Satan: The full story of the Salem witch trials. Cambridge, Mass. Da Capo Press. Original copyright 1995.

Mayer, Jane. (2016). Dark money: the hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the radical right. New York. Doubleday.

Murphy, Cullen. (2012). God’s Jury: The Inquisition and the making of the modern world. Boston, Mass. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Pagels, Elaine. (1995). The Origins of Satan. New York. Random House. The focus of this book is on the New Testament gospels following the fall of Christ and how the character “Satan” develops during this historic and influential time period.

Peters, Edward. “God’s Jury: The Inquisition and the Making of the Modern World, by Cullen Murphy.” The Washington Post. Book Review. Published on January 13, 2012. Retrieved online September 28, 2021. https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/books/gods-jury-the-inquisition-and-the-making-of-the-modern-world-by-cullen-murphy/2012/01/02/gIQAT1iywP_story.html

Santner, Eric L. (1990). Stranded Objects: Mourning, Memory, and Film in Postwar Germany. Ithaca, New York. Cornell University Press.

Spicy “No Tuna” Roll (vegetarian/vegan)

The other day I purchased sushi from my local grocer’s sushi bar. It was a spring roll wrap filled with shredded carrot, seasoned with sriracha mayonnaise, and included other fresh wholesome fresh veggie fillings like cucumber. But what stood out on my palate when eating this most delightful dish was the lemony citrus notes that made a subtle “ta-da” appearance on my tongue. Although I didn’t re-create this recipe exactly for its citrus presentation, what I did discover was a serendipity recreation of a “Spicy “No Tuna” Roll. If you’re anything like me, you hate raw tuna and cooked tuna for that matter except unless of course its presentation is made in a tuna fish sandwich. Perhaps, with a light sprinkling of lemon juice on this sushi roll, one might rediscover those citrusy undertones.

Ingredients:

1 medium-sized carrot, peeled and shredded

1/2 teaspoon of ginger zested/grated from one fresh/frozen knob of peeled ginger

1/4 of a whole cucumber, peeled, seeded, cut into 2″ matchsticks

1/5 of fresh avocado, peeled, cut into 2″ matchsticks

Sushi rice (recipe follows)

2 sheets of Nori

Sriracha Mayonnaise Ingredients:

2 tablespoons of Hellman’s mayonnaise, I prefer egg mayonnaise (* See Cook’s Note)

1/4 teaspoon garlic chili sauce or your favorite sriracha sauce

1/2 teaspoon unseasoned rice wine vinegar, plus more for thinning

Additional Optional Accompaniments:

Sesame Seeds

Pickled Ginger

Wasabi

Soy Sauce

Lemon Wedges

Directions:

In a small bowl combine shredded carrot and fresh ginger zest.

In another small bowl mix together sriracha mayonnaise ingredients. If necessary, add a little additional rice wine vinegar to thin out the dressing. Add the shredded carrot mixture to the sriracha mayonnaise and stir to combine well.

Place a sheet of nori (roasted seaweed sheet) on a flat surface and spread your prepared sushi rice completely over the sheet with the back of a spoon. Make sure your sushi rice is warm/hot to ensure proper adhesion of the seaweed seam when rolling.

At the one end of the sheet closest to you, spread the carrot mixture along the length of the sheet in a 1″ wide row on top of the warm rice. Then, place cucumber slices on top of the 1″ wide row of the carrot mixture, making sure cucumber sticks are touching end to end. Next, place avocado slices on top of the carrot mixture in the same manner, touching end to end.

Now, carefully roll your Spicy “No Tuna” Roll, carefully and gently folding the filling ingredients over onto the rice-lined sheet of seaweed and using the “tuck and roll” method to secure a tight roll. Make sure when you reach the end of rolling the log, the final end (seam-side) is pressing down along the countertop. Now, press gently, but firmly, to ensure proper adhesion to the seam.

Allow sushi roll to rest a few minutes to allow for proper adhesion from the moisture of the rice to the seaweed in order to secure the seam before cutting.

Cut roll into 1″ round increments and place on a plate or sushi plate. If desired, sprinkle with lemon juice, and/or sesame seeds. Add a serving of pickled ginger, and wasabi to your sushi plate (optional). Make sure soy sauce is available for seasoning as well. If you have additional cucumber sticks and avocado slices leftover, serve as additional accompaniments to the Spicy “No Tuna” Sushi Roll.

(*) COOK’S NOTE: To make this dish vegan, swap out the egg mayonnaise for your favorite vegan mayonnaise. People’s preference for mayonnaise becomes their “peculiarity” and is not only culturally specific but also references regional tastes. Hellman’s was our family’s favorite choice of mayonnaise here in the American northeast.

SUSHI RICE

Ingredients:

1 cup medium-grain rice

2 cups of water

Sushi Rice Seasoning:

2 tablespoons unseasoned rice wine vinegar

2 teaspoons of sugar

1/4 teaspoon salt, optional

Directions:

In a small saucepan place water and sushi rice and stir well. Bring water to a boil. Reduce heat to low and cover with a lid. Simmer the rice for 20 minutes.

In a small bowl combine rice wine vinegar, sugar, and salt is optional. Stir well. Place in microwave and heat until hot. Remove vinegar mixture from microwave and stir well with a spoon to dissolve sugar.

When rice is done cooking, pour the sushi rice seasoning over the rice and stir well.

Any unused portion should be placed in an air-tight container and kept refrigerated for up to 1 week.

Bolthouse Wunderoot Carrot Hot Dog (A copy kat recipe? Not exactly)

Anyone who is a vegetarian, practicing vegan, or vegan cook knows that the secret to a flavorful carrot dog is in its well-seasoned briny flavor. Yup! That’s Right! The “peculiar secret” of amazement and the befuddlement found in the exclamation of “A CARROT HOT DOG!?” is in the transformational process of turning a lowly cheap root vegetable into a decadent pleasure through a carefully seasoned brine. The “peculiar secret” can be found in marinating the carrots in a brine that includes a meat or vegetable broth. Although most vegans and/or vegetarians will use vegetable broth, let’s not discount the importance of flavor and umami in other broths such as chicken, pork, or even beef. And let’s face it, a carrot dog could never be a hot dog much more than a dachshund (a.k.a “the wiener dog”) could ever be fully human. Here, in this recipe, I incorporate a large dose of ground cardamom to transform the ordinary flavor of a simple brine to one possessing distinctively citrus undernotes. Something many may find appealing. 

Ingredients: 

1 cup chicken broth (if you’re a home cook and have access to pork broth this will work as well) 

1/4 cup apple cider vinegar 

2 tablespoons unseasoned rice wine vinegar 

2 tablespoons of soy sauce 

1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika 

1/2 teaspoon sweet paprika 

2 teaspoons mustard powder 

1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 

1 teaspoon ground cardamom (* See Cook’s Note) 

1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 

8 carrots, peeled, trimmed, cut to fit your jar, and par boiled for 20 minutes 

Hot dog buns 

Favorite toppings: mustard, ketchup, relish, diced onion, fresh avocado slices, pickled jalapenos, etc. whatever you like! 

Equipment: 

1 tall mason jar (I re-use an old 24 oz. Kirkland Jar of Sliced Peaches that is 6.5″ tall – roughly the same size as a hot dog) 

Directions: 

In a tall glass mason jar shaped to accommodate your 8 par boiled carrots, mix the first 10 ingredients. Carefully place hot, par boiled carrots directly from the boiling water to the vinegar brine. Seal jar tightly and let it come to rest on its side until jar cools and is easy to handle.  

When jar has cooled to room temperature, place jar right side-up in the refrigerator, shaking well first. Let carrots marinate in jar for 24 hours, then take jar out of the refrigerator, shake jar briskly again, and turn it upside down. Keep in refrigerator until ready to eat (in another day or so). I will make a point to repeat shaking the jar briskly and turning it upside down in intervals while it’s in the refrigerator marinating to help ensure carrots are evenly seasoned. 

(*) COOK’S NOTE: If you cannot find ground cardamom, you can substitute ground coriander in its place. Additionally, the combination of chicken broth, pork broth, and beef broth in the right ratios may prove to be the distinct “peculiar secret” to transforming a carrot dog into the best impostor. Although, I have no ratio to supply you with in this regard.

Additionally, you do not have to grill, fry, or heat the carrot hot dog. You can place a carrot hot dog right from its brine into a bun making it one of the fastest, cheapest meals you can eat.

Unveiling the Fragilities and Faultlines of Femininity: A psychoanalytic investigation (Part II)

From “Individualizing Gender and Sexuality: Theory and Practice” by Nancy J. Chodorow (2012).

Updated: September 27, 2021; 5:27 PM

Freud himself admitted that his perspective on femininity was limited and what little he did contribute to the field of psychoanalytic was from pure observational points of view in what he considered to be “feminine behaviors.” Women to Freud, as well as the subject of femininity, must have been no different than any other psychoanalytic riddle that needed unveiling. To further this exploration, I will consider the theories of Nancy Chodorow, Lucy Holmes, Julia Kristeva as well as some other psychoanalysts and philosophers and make an investigatory attempt in unveiling “the fractures and faultlines of femininity.” This psychoanalytic investigation will undoubtedly unveil the “peculiarities” of the psychotic psychoanalytic text of object relations expounded on the original writings of Freud’s castration complex known as Oedipus. This approach opposes aspects of normal healthy development, and as we will see has several connections to the aspects to the psychotic text of Western culture (splitting) as a distinct picture of developmental immaturity as one of the faultlines of both femininity and masculinity in human development. Another interesting aspect of development will be revealed in how we learn to navigate humiliation.

Since violence and aggression are behaviors considered to be a human problem, rather than just one belonging to the masculine gender, studies have shown that serious violent and fatal aggression, as behavior peculiar to animal competition, are carried out at higher rates by the masculine gender and that femininity contributes far less to this human problem. However, this is not to say that possessed femininity is not without its own set of peculiar fragilities and faultlines. Research studies tell us that women are less likely to carry out acts of serious and fatal violent aggression (homicide), but there is a small population of women who kill their children and this can be evidenced if we include into our consideration the abortion rate. 

One of the first elements of Chodorow’s theory is connected to the idea of identity which can include aspects of national, ethnic, religious, and gendered identity as her theory deals directly with Islamic terrorism. “Humiliation seems in some way to affect men and women in different ways can be expected from the classical Freudian account of challenges to phallic narcissism and from feminist descriptions … beginning with Horney, of the humiliation of being a little boy in relation to grown women (Chodorow, 2012, pp. 130).” However, the theory Chodorow develops she calls The Achilles Complex ties directly into Freudian castration anxiety/complex (Freud’s Oedipus) and borrows on the masculine Father-Son vertical and its power dynamic as witnessed in Freud’s patient Little Hans and Han’s fear of his father’s large and castrating phallus (Freud, 1909; Freud, 1924; Chassegeut-Smirgel, 1984). In order for us to uncover the fractures and faultlines of femininity it will require an understanding of the work of other feminist authors, philosophers, and psychoanalysts writing on the Mother-Daughter relationship and its power dynamic rooted in the paranoid splitting of Melanie Klein, and to which Chodorow and Lucy Holmes both borrow from as well.

To reiterate from my previous post, “The Fragilities and Faultlines of Masculinity,” based on the theory of Nancy Chodorow, borrowed from Freudian psychology and re-worked through Kleinian theory, we know that immature development contributes to the fragilities and faultlines of masculinity as well as femininity. We can say this because Chodorow’s Achilles Complex is based on the myth of Achilles who is “a junior man” humiliated by the actions of a superior officer, Agamemnon. To recap Chodorow’s theory:

“The psychic fault lines of masculinity and male selfhood express two developmental and fantasy components: first, maleness as not-female, the male self as defensively separate from and warding off the other [mother/feminine], defensively needing to split self from other if hatred takes over [and this hated object is first psychically introduced to small child in early development as the maternal “Object Other”]; second, maleness as adult man rather than boy-child, not humiliated, shamed, or defeated by another man [forged originally in the father-son affair of Oedipal relations.] (Chodorow, 2012, pp. 135).” …. Furthermore,

“…. this developmental context, issues of selfhood [self-identity] as well as of gender [gender identity] tend to differentiate men from women, such that the male’s sense of self may typically be more defensive and in need of protecting its boundaries than the female’s typical sense of self. (Chodorow, 2012, p. 130).” ….

Additionally,

“Humiliation, specifically, is especially a male-male — originally father-son — affair. In the normal developmental course of events, much hinges on how a boy relates to his father and turns into a man — the delicate negotiation of this transformation, of identification, of how to replace or join without bringing on retaliation, castration, or humiliation. All of these, in turn, depend partly on a father’s own sense of confident masculinity and selfhood. … (Chodorow, 2012, pp. 131).”

Might the same be said of femininity and the female self originally configured in the mother-daughter relationship? And what’s more, how does humiliation play into the original mother-daughter affair? Indeed, it does and those outcomes will be discussed later.

To continue, we can certainly say that immature development (being a junior man/young man) bears a part in the fragilities and faultlines of masculinity because mature, intelligent men, possessing normal, healthy, and secure development seemed to be better suited in navigating humiliation as their secure sense of self forged in the original secure attachments of the father-son relationship as well as the mother-son relationship balance out the loss encountered and to which these men’s self-identity and gender identity are neither threatened by feelings of femininity/homophobia nor does it require them to make a display of their “sense of masculinity through physical prowess and physical power.” That is to say, these men feel secure in their self-identity, are intelligent to know better, that masculinity sometimes requires accepting losses and these realizations occur as a natural consequence through the natural course of development we call aging (Erikson, 1982). So while mature men encountering a loss, although the loss may feel uncomfortable and foreign even humiliating, possess a strong degree of healthy problem-solving creativity rooted in their secure sense of self, and seemed to be more accepting of ruptures because their experiences and possessed feelings of assuredness in their identity, knowing that this loss will not “define them as weak/powerless/feminine/non-masculine,” and knowing one must sometimes “try again” in order to overcome failures. This does not seem to happen with regard to the immature stages of human gender development and/or those possessing abnormal developmental attachments known as ambivalent attachmentavoidant attachment, and disorganized attachments, (Wallin, 2007) and high levels of narcissism requiring high degrees of narcissistic supply (wins over losses). This is not to say, that individuals possessing these attachment styles will go on to victimize others with serious or fatal violent aggression either. Its reference here is completely an indexical sign but not guaranteed in terms of future risk of perpetrating violence. Of course, something must be said regarding how these two faultlines of masculinity play into authoritarian types of personalities and dictatorships. As a result, women tend to be far less physically aggressive but tend to use much more social strategy and “game” with regard to their gameplay and utilize more passive-aggressive violence which contributes to their social intelligence. Whereas men, because of how they were socialized with regard to identifying with their father’s phallus as well as being taught what it means to be “a man”, tend to exert their identity more in terms of physical strength and male-patterned dominance which often is displayed as violence.

The Fragilities and Faultlines of Femininity

To begin, women, borrowing from Freudian psychology, tend to be much more masochistic as we witness higher rates of anorexia and bulimia among women as well as female rates of self-cutters in self-harming behaviors but also their desire for self-castration fantasies such as plastic surgeries (Knafo & Feiner, 2006). So, regarding “the fragilities and faultlines of femininity” one similar type of possessed psychoanalytic characteristics is immaturity which may be due to abnormal development, play into the psychological dynamic to serious and fatal violence and aggression against the gendered self. The traits Freud termed “peculiar” to femininity which he observed as “high degrees of possessed narcissism,” is a young egocentricity — a defensive need to “hold the male gaze”, may also play a role in the fragilities and faultlines of femininity. The key defining characteristic between the two, masculinity and femininity, is in the way the genders defend against loss. As a general rule, women already have to navigate the lost phallus at an early age, this fact seems to bear a part in how women also handle future losses. Women’s lost phallus becomes her “deficiency” and so, are socialized to be submissive to the phallus and from a very early age may introject the lost phallus as her “deficiency.” 

Women’s possessed sense of, and desire towards, aesthetic beauty may bear a part in the destabilization of her feminine identity as women tend toward possessing high degrees of vanity in combination with high impression management thereby contributing to the faultlines of her femininity. This peculiarity seems to be in line with the same type of immature development (egocentricity and defensive need to hold the male gaze) and/or abnormalities in developmental attachments to the mother-child affair as well as the father-child affair. This is to say, women tend toward fear in “becoming their mothers.” That is to say and to borrow from Nancy Chodorow, the first faultline of femininity is femaleness that is “not like Mother” in a defensive need to split the self from the Object Other if hatred takes over. When this happens, women experience castration fears of aging such as loss of aesthetic beauty, self-doubt and wondering about her own value, become completely foreclosed about becoming a mother herself, or feel threatened when placed against other powerful female Objects. When we witness this psychic defensive need of femininity displayed in women, what we witness is far lesser an aspect of masculine physical strength and prowess exerted against an Object Other. Although there has been crime statistics reported as this happening within a small population of women who kill, which has been eloquently termed “femme Fatales”what is more commonly observed is passive-aggressive violence occurring against Object Other (in a defensive need to split the self from the Other, internalized mother, if hated takes over). That is because this all-powerful Mother figure could feed and nurture us or abandon us and leave us to die. For some, these unconscious fears may remain to stay strong within the unconscious and may develop into borderline personality disorder (Silberschmidt, Lee, Zanarini, and Schulz, 2015).

Additionally, because this maternal object has been incorporated into the psyche and identified with as the maternal Object because of shared genitalia, women are more likely to exert violence against the self as opposed to the Other outside herself, as she herself possesses the Object Within in the triangulation of her psyche of Mother-Father Self (Holmes, 2008, Holmes, 2013). She can become psychotically foreclosed against any possibility of a heterosexual development and/or instead develop a homosexual or transgender lifestyle as a creative compromise to a problem as well as develop sexually deviant creative female perversions. “If a little girl has no penis to prove she is not her mother, she can introject the mother (Holmes, 2013).” In a similar vein, if a little girl has no penis to prove she is the father, she can introject the father’s phallus. Likewise, if a little boy has no vagina to prove he is like his mother, he can introject the mother’s vagina creatively through phantasy and/or fantasy (Knafo and Feiner, 2006).

When a little girl introjects their mother, the little girl is able to gain mastery over the maternal object which is both feared, loved, and hated. This psychoanalytic truth holds true for the little boys as well who introject the father through identifying with his penis. What we observe in cases of humiliation forged in the original mother-daughter affair, and I am going to theorize here based on my readings, as is the development of homosexuality (lesbian, and transgender homosexuality, anorexia-bulimia, the development of feminine machisma, and the idealized phallus, and other forms of violence against the self; such as excessive body manipulations and plastic surgeries, abortions, and other self-defeating behaviors such as excessive promiscuity and using the body as a prop “sex object” as a defensive need, as well as the ultimate denial, suicide, in the formation of abnormal identity and object relations.

If we consider Freud’s phrase, “anatomy as destiny,” we can accept the following: “We all, men and women, have an unconscious impulse to control and subordinate the female sex, and this is because our first object in this world is a powerful woman who can feed us or let us die. We all, men and women, have to find our own ways to subdue and contain this loved and hated figure, and boys and girls find different solutions to this universal problem (Holmes, 2013).”

We can now borrow from the writings of Julia Kristeva who wrote in her “Stabat Mater:”

“When feminists call for a new representation of femininity, they seem to identify maternity with this idealized misapprehension: and feminism, because it rejects the image and its abuses, sidesteps, the real experience that this fantasy obscures. As a result, maternity is repudiated or denied by some avant-garde feminists, while its traditional representations are wittingly or unwittingly accepted by the “broad mass” of women and men.”

Lesbian Homosexuality and Forms of BDSM in Deviant Sexual Relationships (fetishes)

To expound further on the fragilities and faultlines of feminity we look to the writings of Simone de Beauvoir who said all the complexities of feminity can be explained through the fact, that in this world, women function as a “deficient Other” (de Beauvoir, 1952). I interpret this quote as implying that a woman is perceived as a deficient Other when she is without a masculine counterpart (a husband) with which to complete and guide her in the world. This implies there is not only a need for a healthy connection to what women experience as “femininity” but also a need for protecting its integrity for all forms of socially acceptable femininity (homosexual, transgender, masculine dominant female, and otherwise). This requirement may move us toward a healthier understanding of the differences in object relations, with regard to femininity, with an importance placed on issues surrounding boundaries and mergings and what those “boundaries” and “mergings” mean for a properly socialized acceptable feminine identity. Speaking from personal experience, the female creative perversion I have developed as a way to unconsciously control and subordinate the female sex manifests as homosexual phantasies. I believe this is my unconscious impulse to control and subordinate female flesh. In all sibling arrangements and childhood relationships there exists this unconscious impulse or wish to control and subordinate the female sex. The question is whether or not the individual will be successful in satisfying their potential defensive need to control and subordinate this “Object Other” without harming the object of her affections.

Nancy Chodorow wrote French psychoanalysis through Lacan and structuralism argued that gender and sexuality are always in the partial realm of culture. “Our bodies, masculinity, and femininity are named linguistically. Our identities, fantasies, and desires are filtered through our parents’ own linguistically infused fantasies, through cultural stories, and through institutions like marriage, parenthood, religion, and politics … When we come up against these findings that each clinically particular individual has his or her own personally individualized sexuality, whose description requires much more than a generalization about the sex of the object in relation to the self (Chodorow, 2012, pp.155–156).”

In the above statement, we get a good dose of caution from Chodorow alerting us to generalizations about sexuality. This information contained herein this post is meant to be taken as informative information gleaned from accredited psychoanalysts and philosophers.

In another form of sexual deviance, we witness this unconscious impulse to subordinate the female sex through something called Bondage and Discipline in Sadism and Masochism (BDSM). This form of sexual deviance allows for the very real potential for “binding female flesh with props.” These props can be used by the subjects as counterphobic defensives (counterphobic objects) that help us to navigate, defend, and ward off our anxieties surrounding our defensive impulses to control and subordinate female flesh as well as to be subordinated by. The element of consent is a crucial aspect of this type of sexual deviance. These props, leather straps, ropes, chains, other medieval restraining devices as well as electronic stimulation toys (eStim) may be used in counter defensive to the powerful unconscious wish to control our early childhood Objects (mother/father). More recently there has been concern over newly developing technologies used for electronic stimulation (eStim toys) and service security surveillance technologies in pursuit of “potential threats” to the security, prosperity, and freedom of American democracy. Christine Weiland wrote, Culture, as a space where the working through of fundamental human problems takes place, constitutes a container; culture, as an ideal and a prohibition, constitutes part of the superego. For the individual, the solution to any particular psychic problem will depend on both his/her object relations as well as the cultural space.” She also expressed fears towards advancing new technological inventions which would place matricidal destructiveness in the hands of people possessing infantile anxieties. In “Sex and Death in the Rational World of Defense Intellectuals,” Carol Cohn had lucidly demonstrated in her writing the lethal aspects that result from the social embodiment of, or the acting out, of unanalyzed phantasies belonging to the male imaginary (Wieland, 1996; Jacobs, 2007; Kohn, 1987).” How does this play into the fragilities and faultlines of femininity? It bears importance when consider against the psychoanalytic backdrop of triangulation Lucy Holmes wrote about and witnessed in her clinical patients. That is the Mother-Father-Self psychic triangulation. And how this triangulation of not only mother-daughter, but the father-daughter affair, may influence infantile anxieties where the phallus becomes the counterphobic defense against the feared all-powerful mother in the development of female masculinities of “machisma” as well as other feminine peculiarities.

Anorexia and Bulimia

Little boys are given the ability to separate themselves psychically from their mothers’ deficiency by misidentifying with her. That is to say since little boys have a penis and so they identify with the father’s all-powerful penis. The traditional Freudian psychology places the mother as the “deficient Other” or the weak and powerless parental object. However, little girls don’t have this option and so they identify with this powerful maternal figure through her “milk” (breasts also theorized as the maternal penis). Helene Cixous claimed the mother is a metaphor. She also wrote the breast acts as a privileged topos of female expression: “a woman is never far from ‘mother’ . . . There is always within her at least a little of that good mother’s milk. She writes in white ink.” And so, we come to understand, “Mother writes in white ink; mother’s milk.” And so, “Voice: milk that could go on forever … Eternity: is voice mixed with milk (Walker, 1998, pp. 134–139).” We can make a comparison by saying, at least for the little boy, the penis is the privileged topos of masculine expression. In like vein, the little boy is never far from his ‘father.’ But to further theorize, for a little girl who finds her mother frustrating and humiliating towards her, the powerful milk association, identification, and incorporation of “mommy is now inside of me because I drank her milk” becomes the powerful abdication of the “Queen” through reverse digestion, the regurgitation of that frustrating milk through forced expulsion of food or the complete denial of it (food) as the psychic defensive needed to split the self from this hated body, yet incorporated, still humiliating and frustrating internalized object. If homosexuality is a compromised formation, then we could also say too, anorexia and bulimia may also be a form of creative compromised solution, albeit potentially lethal and dangerous. If we turn to Julia Kristeva, she views maternity as “the privileged realm of the subject’s ambiguous stance between the sensuous pre-Oedipal bonds of maternal attachment and the disciplined separation of Oedipal (or symbolic) detachment. The mother’s body is the lived terrain of this contradiction, serving as both source of a disruptive semiotic and as pre-condition for the productive symbolic. She reproduces the father’s symbolic order while simultaneously destroying it with her pre-symbolic links to the disruptive realm of (unrestrained) libidinal drives (Walker, 1998, pp. 145–146; Oliver, 1993, pp. 3).”

The influencing semiotics of language found in the maternal chora, a negative language spoken that marks the return of the symbolic order. “It is the site that constantly subverts the stability and coherence of the symbolic. It appears to be at odds with the paternal authority of the symbolic (Walker, 1998, pp. 115; Kristeva, 1985).” For Kristeva, the semiotics is linguistics tied to the body and expressed as a “bodily experience,” such that for the child this time period exists before the time of acquired spoken language (pre-Oedipal) and so, its subjective influences remain hidden in the unconscious. Here Michelle Boulous Walker reports feminist writers suggesting the maternal body as “the body as negativity” and “embodies an active form of madness.” “This madness erupts as laughter indicating aggressive negativity toward unity and law (Walker, 1998, pp. 115; Kristeva, 1985). The language of the body is experienced in very real negative and positive ways by the child. Thus, again, unwittingly sets up for us a scenario of the borderline patient (Silberschmidt, Lee, Zanarini, and Schulz, 2015). Thus, similar to how Chodorow interprets the masculine development of a child;

“In the normal developmental course of events, much hinges on how a boy relates to his father and turns into a man — the delicate negotiation of this transformation, of identification, of how to replace or join without bringing on retaliation, castration, or humiliation. All of these, in turn, depend partly on a father’s own sense of confident masculinity and selfhood (Chodorow, 2012, pp. 131).”

So too, can we surmise that “much hinges on how a daughter relates to her mother and thus develops into a woman. In a similar arrangement, the delicate negotiation of this transformation, of identification, of how to replace or join in without bringing on retaliation, castration, or humiliation. All of these, in turn, depend partly on the mother’s own sense of confident femininity and selfhood.”

In a similar vein, Weiland tells us all patients, in fact all people, are in some way engaged in an internal struggle with their objects, especially the mother. Although this struggle is unique to the person as it is hidden for someopen for others, it seems to underlie the human condition and, in this sense, constitutes a fundamental human problem where the solution to it is both an individual and cultural one (Weiland, 1996).

And as Carol Cohn informs us of the lethal cultural results when the social embodiment of the male imaginary (the phallus) is allowed to parade in unrestrained fashion with no prohibitions placed on the part of the superego what we witness is infantile destructiveness in an age of advancing, available to the highest bidder, technology.

Feminine Machisma and the Idealized Phallus and Fear of Pregnancy

I will briefly discuss these faultlines of femininity; feminine machisma, the idealized phallus, and fear of pregnancy. It has been theorized the father’s penis becomes the idealized symbolic imaginary for little girls and is “every girl’s solution” to navigating her loss of not being given a penis. Where I do not necessarily believe this to be a “faultline” per se, as one must consider one’s object choices placed in substitution for the lost phallus. For example, female love object choice in lesbian homosexuality and choosing a masculine gender identity, pursuing a career as a female military officer, or becoming a pilot as an idealized form of phallus substitution. Also, professional female athletes, female police officers, and female bodybuilders may utilize healthy avenues to satisfy their lost phallus and I often think of Serena Williams and her tennis racket as phallus. While others may develop unhealthy behaviors like becoming female gang members to prove their worth in criminalized organized crime groups, in demonstrations of physical violence of their possessed masculine strength, prowess, and power. We might inquire, “Are we all “hard-wired” and “cemented” to our object choices based on our genetics and cultural upbringings?” Consider reading the journal article written by David Berreby, “The Things That Divide Us.” We know from the psychoanalytics of identity formation, culture is a very strong influencing factor. In addition, some women have very real unconscious fears of maternity and may require several years of psychotherapy before becoming pregnant (Balsam, 2012; Jacobs, 2007). This is not necessarily a faultline, in my opinion, although it can pose a problem for women wishing to become pregnant. The choice of maternity is a personal and private one. In addition, our unconscious fantasies and defensive impulses in relation to our objects, we all have been informed by our parental influences both maternal and paternal, their marital arrangements, the quality of their marriage and treatment of one another, and cultural surroundings which all play a bearing on a child’s future identity.

These are just a few of the ways females deal with the unconscious impulse to control and subordinate the female flesh. I have not discussed excessive body manipulations and self-castration fantasies nor acts of excessive promiscuity and the most fatal of all unconscious drives, suicide.

SOURCES:

Balsam, Rosemary. (2012). Women’s Bodies in Psychoanalysis. East Essex, Canada. Routledge.

Berreby, David. “The Things That Divide Us”. National Geographic Magazine. April 2018. Vol. 233, №4. pp.46–67. “We are wired at birth to tell Us from Them and to favor our own group.”

Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine. (1984). Creativity and Perversion. London. Free Association Books.

Chodorow, Nancy J. (2012). Individualizing Gender and Sexuality: Theory and Practice. Relational Books Perspective, Volume 53. New York. Routledge; Taylor & Francis Group.

Cohn, Carol. Sex and Death in the Relational World of Defense Intellectuals. Signs: Women, Gender, and Theory. Vol. 12, №4. Summer, 1987. pp. 687–718.

de Beauvoir, S. (1952). The Second Sex. New York. Alfred A. Knopf.

Erikson, Eric H. (1982). The Life Cycle Completed. New York. Norton.

Freud, S. (1909). Analysis of a Phobia in a Five-year-old boy (Little Hans). In Standard Edition, Volume 10. pp 5–149. London. Hogarth Press.

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Holmes, Lucy. (2008). The Internal Triangle: New theories in female development. New York. Jason Aronson.

Holmes, Lucy. (2013). Wrestling with Destiny: The Promise of Psychoanalysis. New York. Routledge.

Jacobs, Amber. (2007). On Matricide: Myth, Psychoanalysis, and the Law of the Mother. New York. Columbia University Press. Chapter 12, The Latent Mother-Daughter (pp. 148–156).

Knafo, Danielle and Feiner, Kenneth (2006). Unconscious Fantasies and the Relational World. Hillside, NJ. The Analytic Press, Inc.

Kristeva, Julia (1986). Stabat Mater. In Female Body in Western Culture: Contemporary Perspectives. Cambridge, MA. Harvard University Press.

Kristeva, Julia (1985). Revolution in Poetic Language. New York. Columbia University Press.

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Silberschmidt, Amy; Lee, Susanne, PhD; Zanarini, MD; and Schulz, Charles S., MD. Gender Differences in Borderline Personality Disorder: Results from a multinational clinical trial sample. Journal of Personality Disorders. Vol. 29, No. 6 (December, 2015). Note: Gender differences in BPD populations tend to be comprised of women at a rate of 75% or higher. 

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OTHER BLOG POSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS CONTENT:

Barna, Karen. The Fragilities and Faultlines of Masculinity. ProclivitysPrincipleWisdom.Medium.com. Published online January 3, 2020. https://proclivitysprinciplewisdom.medium.com/the-fragilities-and-fault-lines-of-masculinity-87b85babef49

Barna, Karen. Myth, Phantasy, and Culture: Male counterphobic defenses against emasculation. ProclivitysPrincipleWisdom.Medium.com. Published online May 11, 2021. https://proclivitysprinciplewisdom.medium.com/myth-phantasy-and-culture-male-counterphobic-defenses-against-emasculation-3099b2bdf3d7

Barna, Karen. On Why The Creation Of Aestheticism Is So Important To Self Esteem and To Falsehood. ProclivitysPrincipleWisdom.Medium.com. Published August 10, 2021. https://proclivitysprinciplewisdom.medium.com/on-why-the-creation-of-aestheticism-is-so-important-to-self-esteem-and-to-falsehood-4c42b10c0fdf

Barna, Karen. Freud’s Riddle of Femininity and Some of the Secret Peculiarities of Female Psychopathologies. ProclivitysPrincipleWisdom.Medium.com. Published September 16, 2021. https://proclivitysprinciplewisdom.medium.com/freuds-riddle-of-femininity-and-some-of-the-secret-peculiarities-of-female-psychopathologies-79b8620833b1

Barna, Karen. The Riddle of Gang (Group) Stalking and Uncovering some its “Secret Peculiarities”: A forensic analysis of one individual case study. ProclivitiysPrincipleWisdom.Medium.com. Published September, 18, 2021. The importance of this post works through some of the psychoanalytic of gendered-based aggression/violence.  The Riddle of Group (Gang) Stalking and Uncovering Some of its “Secret Peculiarities”: A forensic analysis of one individual case study | by Karen Barna | Sep, 2021 | Medium 

Hi-Tech Surveillance Targeting and The Colonial Pipeline Hack by DarkSide: Explaining Group (Gang) Stalking

Photo of Gabby Petito — One of the aspects of criminal investigations is petitioning the court to execute a search warrant on cell phone data. I believe this aspect of the service security surveillance technology and the use of cell phone data is crucial in establishing a timeline and accurate location (history) for missing persons. Of course, this is beneficial. However, as a result of my Group (Gang) Stalking, a very pronounced obstruction in forcing me to forgo choices in safety for location finding has occurred with the very real ambivalence of my cell phone data. Through forced manipulation of me via electronic targeting, it has caused me to turn off my cell phone’s location due to electronic bodily assaults in which my “service provider’s satellite” commandeers my phone and turns it back on. This ambivalence is an ongoing problem for me.

Experiencing stress and aggravation due to the electronic targeting of my electronic devices such as my cell phone and computers because someone doesn’t understand boundary violations and the privacy of others is an understatement. The solution that I’ve been provided with is “get rid of your cell phone and your social media accounts” by family members. This is the posed solution that will “solve all my problems”, in my opinion, is not a solution at all when people have the right to own cell phones and express their voice and opinion over social media/blogs. The fact my perpetrators demonstrate no sense of fear or concern for their actions, actions that may be prosecutable by the government, suggests two things to me. One, they possess no fear because they are psychopaths. And two, they assumed I won’t go to the authorities because I’m too stupid and nobody would miss me.

The following is a timeline of events with regard to my cell phone history. I frequently wipe my phone because I experience the painful side effects of electromagnetic frequency field targeting in my living environment as targeted electronic physical assaults and psychotronic torture to my head bombard my peaceful living arrangements. Yesterday my timeline was as follows:

Sept. 21,2021 (early-mid afternoon) — wiped my phone and shut it down

Sept. 21,2021 10:00PM– turned on phone. My cell phone automatically dialed an “unknown” number even before my cell phone main (desktop) screen image appeared on screen.

Sept. 21,2021 10:38 PM– I personally sent a text message to my cell phone provider’s access portal regarding “data service” availability

Sept. 22, 2021 10:00AM– The following morning, I turned on my cell phone again by plugging it in because my battery went dead. Cellphone, again, automatically dials out to an “unknown number” as a signal to who? My cell phone provider that my phone was “up” and operating again. I make it a point to turn off “military time” readings over my cell phone. After my cell phone calls the “unknown number” my time stamps convert to military time. (Photos posted below as Image Table 1.)

In one of the last photo posted in Image Table 1, shown at the bottom of this post below, it shows the “downloading arrow icon” that appeared while I took the screen capture. This is the arrow that indicates to the operator of the cell phone a download is in progress with regard to software updates and/or application downloads. This arrow is visible even though I turned off “software updates” in the “app settings” on my cell phone. In the photo below, I had specifically turned off “software updates” in the settings application in my phone but again my cell phone was high-jacked by my “service providers” communication satellite and it forced a software update over my phone.

I keep “location tracking” (GPS) and “software updates” turned off because there is a direct correlation between the electromagnetic fields my sensory nerves in my body pick up in both my head and lower abdomen (automatic and somatic nervous systems). Screen capture of this can be found in Image Table 1 below. That is to say, I have noticed there is some type of tether between the electromagnetic frequency of my mobile phone and the implants in my head, which may be due to dental implants done through dental surgery as jaw bone conduction is a possibility, and the sensory sensation I feel in my lower body (abdomen).

I have heard through second-hand accounts of sober men, who “don’t really drink alcohol” (meaning they never get drunk), who specifically go into bars and target drunk people by victimizing them. They steal their cash and credit card information. And what do these abusers have to say for themselves? They say, “Their victims were “drunks” who deserved to have their money stolen.” This statement demonstrates a high degree of narcissistic entitlement because they feel they are “more privileged” than other people and are entitled to other people’s property because those people are “inferior.”

I’ve witnessed this criminal behavior in other men as well, as I have myself been victimized in bars with regard to property theft as well as have suffered several sexual assaults both in date rape and other overt/covert sexual violations. Bars are notoriously connected with criminal operations such as drug dealing, prostitution, sexual assault, and property crime. These men who specifically target drunk people and steal their cash do so in a structured organized crime scheme that includes other rogue agents like bartenders. This is how credit card information can be stolen and provided to organized criminal networks working out of certain venues. How do my experiences with my mobile cell phone data, electronic targeted assaults, and psychotronic torture compare to these types of crimes (as well as warfare in general) by men who don’t understand the nature of boundaries and how to respect other people’s rights to privacy and property rights which include the victim’s right to their own body such is the case in sexual assault?

People might conclude that my targeting is domestic abuse-related as some of my family members are known domestic abusers. But there exists the possibility of a likely other outside source. That is to say, a foreign accomplice or accomplices, not of the family but privileged to the family circle. Another source, responsible for victimization because my whole family has been targeted in some way.

As a victim of Domestic Violence and Intimate Partner Violence, I have been arrested and taken to Behavioral Health Hospital as a “crisis patient” in an attempt to “protect” my welfare and distance me from my abusers. I can’t help but believe if Gabby Pepito was taken to a hospital, because she seemed to be experiencing a mental health crisis, she might still be alive. One of the hardest things for authorities to do is mandate a permanent separation between both parties. This is something the individual parties have to do on their own.

The point I am trying to make is this. In 1984, I made friends with a Carnegie Mellon professor in computers and mathematics who told me that we would all have pocket computers in the future. He was talking about Smartphones. We all have them today. He also talked about the field of virtual reality and how it would be an area of interest to developers not to mention artificial intelligence. This has been the intended goal of government, I believe, ever since space travel was a pioneering hope in the area of not only intelligence but military intelligence of man. If he told me this in 1984, imagine what they’re developing today with regard to satellites and artificial intelligence? International neurological brain initiatives and electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture are real issues neuroethic committees need to address simply because in the near possible future scientists may very well be hacking into your brains in order to “steal your data” void of the use of a cell phone devices.

Image of Sophia the Robot’s brain circuitry in hi-tech artificial intelligence.

Another aspect of my Group (Gang) Stalking is the fact that my bodily movement is being tracked while I walk about in my house via implants that may very well be tracked over an independent platform by a rogue intruder, possibly over satellite tracking, but definitely, I believe, through proximity. In other words, this person knows when I wake up, what time I eat, when I sleep, when I use my computer, when I’m using my cell phone, when I leave my house, where I travel to, as well as when I pass gas. Which makes me completely afraid and freaked out of cell phone surveillance. This type of surveillance I just described is primarily used by NSA and CIA in their acquisition of “intelligence” regarding “persons of interest” as a person’s personal habits are recorded to construct a “behavioral profile” so they know how to “take down their target” in which they can further the government/military operations and intelligence missions. Behavioral hospitals may be also interested in gathering this type of “data.” Of course, intelligence gathering and behavioral profiles go hand in hand in clandestine government operations as well as in any organized criminal syndication where a large cash pool could resource the purchase of hi-tech security technology to carry out such “intelligence-gathering operations”. And this is where boundary violations occur in such organized criminal groups demonstrating behaviors utilizing service security surveillance technology to gather intelligence in order to “steal money” from corporations. It is also termed “casing a target.” A similar behavioral profile has been demonstrated by the group known as DarkSide. DarkSide is the criminal group responsible for the Colonial Pipeline ransomware hack. To read one of the press releases from the U.S. Justice Department click on the link https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/department-justice-seizes-23-million-cryptocurrency-paid-ransomware-extortionists-darkside

As a victim of domestic violence and intimate partner violence, I have been arrested and taken to behavioral health hospitals as a “crisis patient” in order to help “protect” me from my abusers. I can’t help but believe if Gabby Pepito was taken to a hospital because she was demonstrating symptoms of some type of mental breakdown, she might still be alive today. Of course, it may not have protected her from a violent death. I believe she was demonstrating symptoms of ADHD. However, these symptoms could have been caused by long-term abuse as well. I watched an informative YouTube video of a child with ADHD and that child described symptoms consistent with the behavior Gabby Petito was exhibiting the day she was pulled over in Moab Utah by police. She had said that morning she had “a lot of work to do on her computer.” I’m not saying she had ADHD or that computer hackers were responsible for her symptoms, I’m just saying there is a possibility she was suffering some type of affective disorder or possible mental breakdown resulting from long-term abuse. Technology can be so frustrating especially if you are being electronically harassed.

Image Table 1 (includes 5 screen captures from my cell phone)

Subnote: With regard to the Gods of this world, tell me who you think God is? Because in the moments we all share together, it’s the moments where there is a clear observable hierarchy of power and just like when someone is intoxicated due to a mind altering substance or is homeless in a vulnerable position, these people become the vulnerable. The side effects and symptoms of psychotronic torture are similar to those intoxicated on a mind altering substance. A substance that lowers one’s conscious level of awareness, making them a more desirable target for victimization through decreased awareness.

Other Published Information Pertinent To Aspects of Criminal Violations:

Bondage and Discipline and The Making of New Markets for Commercial Consumer Fetishism in the Era of E-Stim — Proclivities’ Principle Wisdom (wordpress.com)

Bondage, Discipline, and Sadomasochism and Sadomasochism’s Connection to Forms of Dark Personality Traits — Proclivities’ Principle Wisdom (wordpress.com)

The Riddle of Group (Gang) Stalking and Uncovering Some of its “Secret Peculiarities”: A forensic analysis of one individual case study

This post provides a bit more in terms of a forensic analysis of feminine infantile narcissism and object love and its consequential resulting psychopathologies and healthy object selection in the development of normal self-esteem. But more importantly, address the question I left hanging at the bottom of my last post which is:

“How does Freud’s riddle of femininity and the “secret peculiarities” of feminine psychopathology fit into the phenomenology of Group (Gang) Stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults? HINT: knowing age is a determinant to violence even petty passive-aggressive violence

In my previous post, I wrote about some of the “secret peculiarities” of female psychopathologies and some of these characteristics being rooted in immature feminine growth and development. Freud noted there were distinctly evidenced specific traits attributed to femininity such as high degrees of narcissism and a more important desire for them to be loved than to love and this affected their object selection. Otto Kernberg, a psychoanalyst and professor of psychiatry known for his psychoanalytic theories on borderline personality organization and narcissistic pathology, believed normal infantile narcissism in the development of the role the self plays in one’s life is dependent on two things. First, the affirmation of others, and second, the acquisition of desirable and appealing objects which later develops into normal healthy self-esteem. These object selections, as an example, maybe a young girl’s desire for sports/weight training (development for acquiring a metaphorical phallus through competitive competition) or a young girl’s desire for fashion design. Faulty developmental influences can contribute to feminine psychopathologies and persistent egocentricity which contributes to her repetition drive in assaulting others. As an example of such faulty developmental object choices, we might observe a young girl’s desire to become a gang member, part of an organized criminal group where she will receive affirmations regarding her “value to the group”, where worth is determined by the level of violence one is capable of carrying out and/or the selection of drugs and alcohol as substances with which to deal and distribute. This abnormal choice in object selection is often witnessed in cases of parental neglect, abuse, and poverty. Theories central to the analysis of such feminine psychopathologies are primarily Freudian as well as belonging to other ego developmental theories pertinent to psychology like Otto Kernberg and Heinz Kohut and Kleinian object relation theory as well as other object relations perspectives such Donald Winnicott, Robert Fairbain, and John Bowlby.

Since attachments are never fixed as the human psyche is malleable through natural aging and development, the possibility to become unhinged from the arrival at a fixed and normal state as a result of academic work-study and mourning life losses, is always a lurking possibility for all of us, and to which the psychopath knows very well as do psychoanalysts and psychiatrists. We know this because of the pioneering work that has been done and which is central to integrating postwar ego psychology. That is to say, the effects of trauma on the patient and the role trauma plays in undoing otherwise normal healthy growth, healthy attachment, and development. The developmental psychology of the self and the object self in relation to other objects in the environment, under normal conditions, should remain fixed and stable. Under abnormal conditions, a normal stable self can be unraveled and fall into patterns of violence and addiction. This is what postwar psychoanalytic has taught us and to which I believe the phenomenology of Group (Gang) Stalking is being deployed.

I had posited a question at the end of my previous writing, Freud’s Riddle of Femininity and Some of the “Secret Peculiarities” of Female Psychopathologies,

“How does Freud’s riddle of femininity and the “secret peculiarities” of feminine psychopathology fit into the phenomenology of Group (Gang) Stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults? HINT: knowing age is a determinant to violence even petty passive-aggressive violence

We know from reading Shakespeare’s rather comical play, The Taming of the Shrew, the ever-present human desire to control others, especially the opposite Object sex, is an ever-present revolving theme throughout human history. And we know the importance from reading Goethe, the meaning in asking “Is man tempered enough to tame his thirst for power and glory?” This has been an age-old preponderance stretching as far back as classical antiquity wondered about by the fathers of philosophy. And we can surmise society will continue to be an ever-present danger from the psychopath operating in the appearance of a savior welding an electronic weapon with which to “cure the mind” for the purpose of grooming and “tailoring” human subjects’ behavior to their own will.

In my independent studies of psychoanalysis, I have uncovered two areas in psychology specific to detrimental outcomes resulting from side effects from Group (Gang) Stalking with electronic targeted assaults and psychotronic torture. First, unhinging a person’s Internal Locus of Control through repetitive shocks to the human body/mind (trauma). I have included a post link in the resource section below. And secondly, unhinging fixed object attachments through trauma. That is reversing Kernberg’s requirements for the healthy development of self-esteem and the anti-thesis goes like this: First, the disaffirmation of other through punitive punishments (electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture) and second, the relinquishing of healthy desirable, and appealing object choices and the encouragements in unhealthy object choices with which to develop unhealthy self-esteem and deteriorating sense of self. Such is the change in lifestyle spoken about in the narrative of the phenomenology of Group (Gang) Stalking and often a consequence and side effect to trauma (Sheridan, L; James, D.; & Roth, J., 2020).

Heinz Kohut wrote in 1966 the following:

“Although in theoretical discussions it will usually not be disputed that narcissism, the libidinal investment of the self, is per se neither pathological nor obnoxious, there exists an understandable tendency to look at it with a negatively toned evaluation as soon as the field of theory is left. Where such a prejudice exists, it is undoubtedly based on a comparison between narcissism and object love, and is justified by the assertion that it is the more primitive and the less adaptive of the two forms of libido distribution.” Heinz Kohut, (1966)

In this quote, Kohut is saying that when individuals witness a healthy libidinal interest in the investment of the self, there is usually a tendency to look negatively at it in toned evaluation as soon as we walk away from the study of psychoanalytic theory. In this light, let’s compare the libidinal investment of the self as taking care of their body through healthy diet and exercise (aerobics/weight lifting) as “primitive” and “less adaptive” in terms of “civilized living.” And here, we often hear such people called “lunks”, “jug heads”, or “meatheads”. Of course, referring to their lack of intelligence or aptitude a belief that contributes to the myth-making and hatred against aesthetic physical bodies. Whereas, if the libidinal investment of the self is made in terms of rigorous course work in academics and the development of social bonding within academic groups and where there is less concentration on physical work activity but more mental work in pursuit of higher intelligence (IQ) and a“civilized lifestyle” there seems to be more of an understanding because most people do not have the time nor the resources to dedicate their lives to creating the “perfect body.” When one was in high school, most people witnessed this as “the jock” versus “the nerd” wars. This says something about the juvenile level of narcissism involved in my experiences specifically related to Group (Gang) Stalking with electronic targeted assault and psychotronic torture; and Heinz Kohut says this prejudice regarding libidinal investments of the self exists, undoubtedly, as the result in one’s comparison between their own self narcissistic interests and object love choices against the backdrop of another’s narcissistic interests and object love choices. (And we wonder about the high degrees of narcissism found among Facebook users?) That is to say, that the libidinal investment of one’s own narcissism is in terms of their own peculiar object love selections which are then cast into the shadows of wondering doubt in their own psyche when placed next to others’ narcissistic interests and object love choice. As a result, the resulting insecurities and feelings of inferiority displace original feelings of a secure self, and this results in a display of negative toned evaluation of the Object other. Simply ask yourself what do you value and what are you intimidated by when placed up against other objects in your relational world? Do you value having the best-looking aesthetic physique (hard body), house, car or do you value having the best-looking brain (aptitude of intelligence — IQ)? In the case of Facebook users, when individuals preview other individual’s social media timeline may ask, “What is my worth?” “Do I, in fact, “measure up.” This is something we all do; doctors, lawyers, bus drivers, stay-at-home mothers, teachers, etc. However, those with faulty and abnormal self-esteem may react with aggressive recourse in attacking others. This has been my experience using Facebook and social media when one’s achievements are displayed in one’s timeline for all to see, it will inevitably affect someone who does not possess those same experiences. And someone who has not received adequate admiration and affirmations in their early childhood development may react with violence or passive-aggressive violence.

Here we can bring into the discussion Judith Butler’s writing The Force of Nonviolence: An ethico-political bind. Butler distills the problem down to a basic question of utility. The distillates materialize as one pre-emptive question and it is “What groups matter and what groups do not? Who are the valued individuals and who are nonvaluable and disposable? This simple question will, at times, seem to cloud even some of the best minds in psychoanalysis because it is as Jaques Lacan had written in 1978 in The Seminar of Jacques Lacan Book II“The images of man’s body is the principle of every unity he perceives in objects . . . all the objects of his world are always structured around the wondering shadows of his own ego.” And it was Freud who said, “The body is first and foremost a bodily ego (Freud, 1923).” This is true for both females and males alike. Although the attributes to a masculine shape differ from the attributes of a feminine shape, they are both important and valued shapes by the corresponding subjects with regard to their “peculiar” and valued characteristics.

In Bodies that Matter: On the discursive limits of “sex”, Judith Butler provides us with an original reformulation of the materiality of bodies, examining how the power of heterosexual hegemony forms the “matter” of bodies, sex, and gender and this holds true, at least as far as my personal experience with Group (Gang) Stalking, electronic targeted physical assault, and psychotronic torture. That is to say, there seems to be a very real heterosexual hegemony (ego and libidinal interest) with regard to certain cases of Group (Gang-Related) Stalking. Upon further analysis, we discover that bodies can move beyond the boundaries of their physical attributes and characteristics as in the quote “A man is more than just a man.” And for that matter, “A woman is more than just a woman.” Thereby placing the Objects outside of their realm of just another “sexualized body” with which to use and exploit. And what follows the negative toned evaluation of Other, oftentimes, ends up as acts of humiliation of Other rooted in the comparison of one’s own libidinal investment of one’s own narcissism in terms of one’s own peculiar object love selections against the backdrop of Other.

In a paper written in 2015 entitled, Ainsworth Strange Situation Procedure: The Origin of an Instrument, about Mary Ainsworth’s development of the instrument known as “The Strange Situation” in which childhood attachment was evaluated, the paper quotes; “So powerful is this technique in evoking behavioral changes that it is likely to be used with increasing frequency in studies of mother-infant interactions (Ainsworth & Bell, 1970).” In like view, we might also say something similar regarding the “instruments” (electronic devices) used in the phenomenon of Group (Gang) Stalking. We could then compare these instruments of group (gang) related stalking and classify them as weapons and/or counterphobic mechanical objects and consider the theories of Donald Winnicott in which the child’s use of counterphobic inanimate objects exist to help defend and protect the child from resulting fears surrounding separation anxiety felt from perceived feelings of abandonment in the child. This sets up a possible forensic analysis as a perpetrator with a possible borderline personality disorder.

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Freud’s Riddle of Femininity and Some of the “Secret Peculiarities” of Female Psychopathologies

Updated: September 17, 2021, 11:24 AM

I had previously asked the question, “If you wanted to hurt a woman without killing her, how would you do it?” I mean, after all, there is no statute of limitations on the act of homicide. The following is gleaned from an interpretation of Freud’s collected notes published in the Standard Edition of his work. Of course, Freud himself admitted that his perspective on femininity was limited and what he contributed was from pure observation of feminine behaviors. Women, to Freud, the subject of femininity must have been no different than any other psychoanalytic riddle that needed unveiling. What is this “riddle” we call femininity? And what’s more, what is this “riddle” we call masculinity? I will focus on an interpretation of Freudian perspectives of femininity from some of the works Freud himself wrote. No doubt, there have been many other psychoanalysts who built upon Freud’s work regarding the ego and libidinal instincts.

Freud regarded the traits of femininity as “peculiarities” which to him must have been perceived as such because they contrasted significantly from the attributes of masculinity. In his analytic observations, he realized there was some difficulty in distinguishing the reasons behind the development of feminine attributes and whether or not these influences were due to the predisposition of the sexual functioning (genetics XX versus YY) or social breeding. Freud observed there was a strong degree of narcissism attributed to femininity. He theorized this narcissism effects women’s choice of objects as he observed it was more important for them to be loved and so was motivated by this desire more than the motive to love. He recognized that mourning the lost phallus contributes to penis envy and, as a result of this, women were psychologically bound to love and value physical vanity and their sexual charms as replacements for their lost phallus. This is the compensation the female makes in negotiating her lost phallus in the development of the feminine psyche. According to Freud, shame plays a real part in femininity as her affinity to be modest, chase, and sequestered were attributed to problem-solving strategies (development) in concealing her genital deficiency. For this reason, shame is believed to be a feminine characteristic par excellence. “As we are not forgetting that shame takes on other functions later on.” And this example of chastity is, no doubt, borrowed from the classical literature of the god Diana who ran to the woods to protect her own sexuality (chastity). Feud attributes creative intelligence to women in the discoveries they have made, in particular in plaiting and weaving. As a side note, unfortunately, it would not be discovered until many decades later Albert Einstein’s wife, Mileva Maric, a Serbian physicist and mathematician, contributed extensively to Einstein’s work in collaboration with him and to which she would receive no recognition during their years of marriage between 1903 to 1919. Freud did not, in fact, work alone on his theories. Freud also argued women are passive while men are active. Freud would commit that if you should feel his idea as idàe fixe he admitted he would be defenseless. Is it that the sexual life of women was truly a veiled impenetrable obscurity? At least, it would appear so at the time of Freud’s analysis of femininity. It would require female psychoanalytic minds to further elaborate on the unveiling of these “peculiar secrets” kept hidden beneath the woman’s unconscious mind. It would eventually come to pass, activity-passivity is a distinct personality dimension future psychoanalysts would clearly observe in therapy sessions. Lucy Holmes has written of witnessing a clear triangulation of Mother-Father-Self in both men and women (Holmes, 2008; Holmes, 2012).

My point in writing this post is to simply say that although Freud made profound contributions to the field of psychoanalysis as “the father of the field,” he was also of one type of perspective; the child’s navigation of Oedipus and resulting changes following puberty in adolescence. Freud unwittingly outlines the fault lines of femininity, and as such, it is immature femininity that is unveiled as feminine maturity develops with life events such as marriage and childbearing. In short, the reproduction of mothering.(*)  We can certainly make connections to comparative literature such as the 1782 French ecrit by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and the modern movie adaptation from this literature entitled Cruel Intentions. These unveilings can be directly connected to feminine psychopathologies. The journal article from Violence and Gender, Jodi Arias: A Case of Extreme Violence, where the forensic evaluators find the personality attribute of “high impression management” as belonging to female psychopaths (Sarteschi, 2017). However, this does not solely belong to just females, it also belongs to high functioning male psychopaths the likes of Ted Bundy. We can compare the latest Disney movie Cruella as an excellent film that demonstrates how a psychopath is shaped by her environment much like the movie created by Scott Silver and Todd Phillips, The Joker. Of course, Freud noted his struggles in knowing exactly where his information’s raison d’ètre fit into the field of psychoanalysis. For me, at least, these findings certainly fit into the psychotic text of psychopathologies developing out of Oedipus and the social environment of the child. When I perceive as an image of the god Diana running into the woods to seclude herself in protecting her sexuality (chastity), I unwittingly witness the psychopathologies of male-patterned violence (rape) and associated dominances (batterers). Many of the academic formulations we have today are shaped by readings in classical literature and are still taught to shape the future of our young male patriarchy. It would require a study of diversity to gain an alternate insight with which to uncover the “peculiar secrets” of difference. It is also important to note when discussing psychopathologies there are graduated levels of difference between typologies of psychopathic personalities. In this post, I discuss primarily the determinant of age-specific characteristics to growth and development (egocentricity) and the arrival towards mature femininity.

So, my answer to the originally posed question, “If you wanted to hurt a woman without killing her, how would you do it?” It would obviously be passive-aggressive in nature as women are notorious for committing acts of passive-aggression like gossiping and spreading rumors, social alienation of women they are jealous of, setting up dieting traps for your target to fall into and fail, giving a targeted person false party time information on an invitation or bad driving directions so they get lost, etc. However, this type of psychopathology falls more into the realm of the disingenuous psychopath and its character attributes for telling stories also unscientifically termed, “The Prankster” or “The Joker” actually ends up as character attributes belonging to “The Bully.” This very real human behavior pattern has a name and it goes by many interpretations just like the Devil himself. But some call it “cock blocking” depending upon the reason for its use but its truest nature is of “The Bully.” If anyone is interested in how young feminine aggression works, one might want to preview the first season of “The Ultimate Surfer.” I enjoy this show because it’s a reality show based on surfing competitions much like Survivor. But there was a problem with real cat scratching between the girls in this season’s competition. Tia Bianco played rather dirty in the last episode’s competition by intentionally blocking Malia Ward by directing her surfboard into the lane of Malia’s. Malia, as a result, was cut off. Malia Ward is the daughter of pro surfer Chris Ward and fitness model Jaqueline Miller. This seemed to go beyond good-natured rivalry and crossed over to a downright dastardly attitude. That is, in the words of AC/DC, “dirty deeds done dirt cheap.” For some reason, the girls just didn’t like Malia Ward. I haven’t watched the entire season from the start, but there seems to be some real jealousies involved here. We can comment on the age of the young female surfers who are all in their early to late 20s with one female aged 34 and how these tie into aspects of maturity in psychoanalysis. It also ties into their desire to be loved more as a motivator than to love. And although no one was actually murdered, Malia Ward was sent home after this last episode’s competition. I believe the strategy to unnerve and destabilize the mental state of a competitor was directly due to a sense of Malia’s perceived “privilege” in the world of professional surfing and the unnerving and destabilization of a competitor who “didn’t really deserve” the opportunity because she already had clout in the business. And oh yeah, “she sucks.”

The purpose of psychoanalysis is for the patient to come to terms with an understanding behind their behaviors, why they exist, approaches to how to change them, if they should be changed at all, and to understand that the raison d’ètre is to demonstrate behaviors that are going to be supportive to each other especially one’s classmates and teammates. Furthermore, undergoing treatment in psychoanalysis has been likened to a “spiritual experience.” Its ties to religious spiritual aspects of learning and teaching our children leadership skills and highly effective habits are imperative to beneficial outcomes.

How does all of this fit into the phenomenology of Group (Gang) Stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults? HINT: knowing age is a determinant to violence even petty passive-aggressive violence

(*)Subnote: Interpretation of Freud’s writings with regard to the marriage arrangement and the reproduction of mothering believed to bring about feminine maturity which unwittingly unveils another “secret peculiarity” which has been uncovered as the psyche triangulation of “Mother-Father-Self”:

“… Another alteration in a woman’s nature, for which lovers are unprepared, may occur in a marriage after the first child is born. Under the influence of a woman’s becoming a mother herself, an identification with her own mother may be revived, against which she had striven up til the time of her marriage, and this may attract all the available libido to itself, so that the compulsion to repeat reproduces an unhappy marriage between her parents. The difference in a mother’s reaction to the birth of a son or a daughter shows that the old factor of lack of a penis has even now lost its strength. A mother is only brought unlimited satisfaction by her relation to a son; this is altogether the most perfect, the most free from ambivalence of all human relationships.”

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A Cleansing Baptism or Clandestine From of Femicide?

In the literary analysis of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew the work has been analyzed as the marriage between two willing partners whose final conclusion ends as a form of “baptism” or “cleansing”, which coincidentally can also be analyzed as the path of normal growth which ultimately takes place between to “civilized” people of marriage who often find themselves in conflict with one another and is symbolic to Bram Dijkstra’s Idols of Perversity: Fantasies of feminine evil in the fin de siècle culture. In this post, I make a literary as well as philosophical connection in comparative literature between religious baptism and Dante’s Purgatorio and William Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew and the “baptism” of electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture of Group (Gang) Stalking. That is to say, as “a cleansing experience that wipes clean” the memory, social status, and other blemishes of identity the targeted victim represents to society. Certainly, the transcendental often spoken of as happening in marriage between a man and a woman, and in regard to the analysis of The Taming of The Shrew and which, at least to me, seems always in favor of the male, ruling authority, or controlling power figure. In fact, the entire above referenced literary comparison between the two sources is done with the couples agreed upon consent and intentions toward some type of marriage. I then make a contrasting comparison between Group (Gang) Stalking with electronic targeted physical assault and psychotronic torture and the marriage contract or partnership/friendship that has dissolved between the group stalker and the victim’s intention to render the partnership as dissolved, the group stalker continues some type of arrangement with regard to the partnership. For where would a group stalker be without their intended victim? In other words, a former love interest of the victim, someone familiar to the victim such as a friend or business associate, or even a possibly a perturbed neighbor has suffered a narcissistic blow either by the victim themselves or as a result of the victim’s unintentional actions.

Please keep in mind that in regard to William Shakespeare’s Taming of The Shrew the reference to “supernatural happiness” and “overall happiness” alluded to by academic analysis belonging to “virtuous activities.” That is to say, happiness is not found in prostituting oneself, being highly selfish and narcissistic, or in other such activities that promote impurities such as drunkenness and other lude, wild behaviors such as being outspoken, opinionated, or promiscuous. This concept is directly promoted by institutions of higher learning because it benefits the economy and social welfare of society by promoting shared work responsibilities between committed partners such as paying taxes, buying real estate, and contributing to desired social values. This contributes to the benefits of promoting the shared values within a society (community), a group, by creating cohesive groups rooted in shared values of upstanding lifestyle. It also promotes and ensures the continuity of the growth of families as having children results in most marriage arrangements. All of which is true and, and in fact, should be promoted to young academics in pursuit of knowledge and understanding of virtuous behavior. However, it unwittingly also contributes to the formation of myth-making, the kinds of myths that have been witnessed as religious inquisitions, witch trials, and genocides.

In the Taming of the Shrew, the role of the shrew is acted by Katherine, and she is known for her negative outlook concerning life. She does not believe that there is good in anything and is often in an extremely foul mood. The main reason why she acts in such a manner is because she envies her beautiful and younger sister known as Bianca. She is envious of her younger sister who had many suitors, while she did not have any. Many men wanted to marry Bianca and often ignored Katherine, and most likely it is due to her negative attitude and poor disposition. It is a fact among people that if any man would want to marry Katherine, then it would be the same for Bianca. This is the reason why Katherine is a shrew that needs to be tamed. Enter Petruchio who is in desperate need of a wife and, as it plays out, Petruchio sets his sites on Katherine as her father cannot stand her anymore either and is willing to pay in order to marry her off.

As Petruchio begins to try and tame Katherine he becomes as annoying and harassing as she. But Petruchio understands that in order for him to be successful he must tame her without changing her inner spirit. For to do such a thing would break her original inner identity (her spirit) and this would be considered unethical. Although Shakespeare doesn’t use the word “grooming” he likens the taming to a “tailoring.” We experience these images of “tailoring” when he uses phrases like “Thy gown’s Why, aye. Come, tailor, let us see’st. / O mercy, God! What masquing stuff is here’s / What’s this A sleeve’s Tis like a demi-cannon. / What, up and down, carved like an apple tart’s / Here’s snip and nip and cut and slish and slash, Like to a sensor in a barber’s shop”. It has been analyzed that he seeks to tame Katherine using acceptable ways, and without causing her heartache. And in the course of Petruchio’s taming he encounters many personalities of Katherine, no doubt, as a result of the imposed abuse.

In reading Dante Alighieri’s Purgatorio and the concept of formative virtue in Canto 25, a very interesting idea on how the spirits (Dante calls them shades) materialize upon death. It has to do with an idea of Informative Virtues, a philosophical idea that the regenerative power of the seed creates similar life forms. An example Dante used in this canto was a sea-fungus, when it undertakes the reorganization process of meiosis, the seed takes on the virtue from the generator’s heart. Upon death, the soul takes on an aerial body and will stand either on the River Archeron (to await Hell) or stand on the River Tiber (to await salvation). Thus, upon death, all souls according to their hearts are either damned or saved. The allegory used here recalls Luke 6:43–45 where Jesus taught that good trees produce good fruits and likewise, bad trees will produce bad fruits. (logic)

The connection we can draw is in the sacrament of baptism as a religious ritual and the cleansing transcendental experience rooted in religious commitment and study, if we place this against acts of genocide also a ritualized form of behavior where ritualized acts of “cleansing” are utilized, we can come to a formal understanding of how subtle a device linguistics and semiotics in philosophy can be when these ideas of baptism and cleansing are transformed in the nonvirtuous person’s mind. An idea I have termed “informative nonvirtue” with the intent of turning a person’s will to bend toward the wishes of the controller. Albeit, in the spirit of higher academic learning, the “taming in marriage” as analyzed in Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew is meant to convey the idea that although the trials and tribulations of consecrated marriage are sometimes painful for those who lie under its burdens, burdens that are willfully consented to, those tribulations can yield beautiful results as pain and suffering have the ability to transcend living souls to higher planes of existence. And in that we mean, maturity.

In terms of the phenomenology of Group (Gang) Stalking and group psychopathology where there is neither a contract of agreed formal consent to participate as a “willing participant” or “member” of the Group’s (Gang’s) activities nor a recognized legal ritual that condones such behavior as an acceptable part of societal living, such as we see in the consecration of sacraments of Eucharist and Penance. In this light, there is a burden placed, unwillingly I might add, on the victim which forces him or her to sacrifice their identity and suffer losses of not only the body and mind but of civil liberties as well, Fourth Amendment civil liberties. Here I used Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel’s reference to a movie shown in Paris during the 1970s entitled The Corpse Incinerator and its psychoanalytic connections to genocide. The story is of a criminal pervert necrophile which makes a perfect example to demonstrate the metempsychosis that in all things annihilation does not exist and that things simply “change form.” In the changing of form we can illustrate the victim’s “loss of identity.” The main character in the movie is a crematorium worker who believes how beautiful a thing death is and that it is in death that one is freed from the soul. The body is clearly likened to a “blemish” that the main character in the movie helps to get rid of. He himself will become the murderer of his wife and children because they have “impure blood” in them. We see the use of mysticism to magnify the power of the pervert to remove all “fecal character to transform excrement into gold and to transform digestion — which in the movie is combustion, just like incineration — into a marvelous alchemy freeing the soul from the body which has become nothing more than refuse.” Bela Grunberger (1959), and a contemporary psychoanalyst to Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel, wrote of “digestion as a fragmentation of ingested food and its degradation into less and less differentiated elements, which progressively lose their former peculiarities, and forming finally a homogeneous mass, the fecal bolus.” In this movie, the fetish is combustion/incineration. We can compare the incinerator itself as the main character’s counter-phobic object which acts much like the counter-phobic objects we might see used by many religious individuals and mystics known as amulets and crystals. In this light, we can then theorize the fetish is witnessing the destruction through a “changing of form” such as in the sexual deviance of body inflation fantasies. The counterphobic object, when it comes to the phenomenology of Group (Gang) Stalking, is the mechanical electronic device that offers the perpetrator control over the victim’s body/mind/and outcomes. In the fetish of body inflation fantasies, in particular, those that restrain partners thereby making them immobile, the counter phobic objects would be the rubber suits and air compressors they use to provide “relief” from unconscious phantoms lurking in the shadows of the pervert’s psyche and to which provide the pervert satisfaction in overcoming such phantoms.

The Freudian connections to human sexuality, in particular of those belonging to the anal stage (anility) and resulting psychopathology of the anal-sadistic universe, can be drawn and concluded in both literary readings as one can imagine how distorted beliefs can inform logic and in the following notes gleaned from Dante’s Purgatorio and the Catholic Church’s idea of purging the soul of sins as a realm in the afterlife following the death of an unpure soul and to which the whole idea of penance and punishments is supposed to accomplish. However, penance and punishment, as a form of “cleansing the soul” and the transcendental experience of growth through “marriage” is done between two groups or two individual members of a society consenting to the ritualized agreed-upon behavior.

In making an analysis between the two literary comparisons and considering the phenomenology of Group (Gang) Stalking where there is neither a contract of agreed formal consent to participate as a willing participant or a member in the ritualized activities nor is it neither recognized as a legal religious ritual or even acceptable secular ritual that is permitted by law. So, to allow the behavior of stalking to continue as part of ritualized societal living is an abomination. As such, we see in the consecration of the sacraments of Eucharist and Penance an agreed-upon, acceptable form of ritualized behavior that doesn’t inflict harm on society. In terms of the phenomenology of Group (Gang) Stalking and group psychopathology, there is a burden placed, unwillingly I might add, on the victim which forces him or her to sacrifice their identity and suffer losses of the body and mind through ritualized punishments. Here I used Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel’s reference to a movie shown in Paris during the 1970s entitled The Corpse Incinerator, mentioned above, and its psychoanalytic connections to genocide and other forms of ethnic as well as religious cleansings (Holocausts and Inquisitions).

In further analysis, the idea of formative virtue is explained by Statius. Statius explains the part of the body’s blood that is responsible for sperm production is never used by the body except to create life. They had an understanding of how life-giving blood was shared in the activity of coitus and childbearing, although this particular explanation lacks scientific clarity. Statius explains, that it never enters the veins but rather enters another way. Thus, Virtue Informative, (meiosis process) takes place when this blood enters the “natural vase” of a woman’s womb through recombination of DNA. It is in this vaginal vase where the two blood types intermingle to create one life. Dante describes the female as “passive” and the male as “active.” Freud would later come to use this reasoning of “active” and “passive” gender roles of sexuality in his formulation of an entirely new field of study known as psychoanalysis. And by this “active virtue,” the soul is created. That is, the male is responsible for passing the virtues of his heart to his offspring. No doubt there was an observed understanding of active masculinities, most likely observed in warfare as the male-on-male acts of aggression. Statius explains further, much like a sea-fungus, when the reorganization process takes place in the womb, this power comes from “the powers whose seed it is.” That is, a sea-fungus will regenerate into another sea-fungus, likewise, a heart full of evil virtues will regenerate another full of evil virtues. Like begets like. “Nature is intent on all its members.” This idea is expressed in Luke 6:43–45 when Jesus says “good trees produce good fruits and likewise, bad trees produce bad fruits. Thus, the primal Motor, God, brings life into the soul by breathing intellectual life into it. “For without God, nothing is possible.” This understanding would influence Western thinking for quite some time, providing male patriarchy the power. However, it isn’t until the works of Melanie Klein we come to understand, in psychoanalytic terms, the power of nurture and the maternal vertical influence on the masculine and feminine psyche.

To continue Statius explanation, he says that as a result of this “active virtue”, the three aspects of the soul are created; memory, intelligence, and will. When freed from our earthly bodies; memory, intelligence and will become more active and upon death, the Informative Virtue of the body draws on the air around it to produce a visible aerial body. The spirits (shades) Dante sees in the afterlife are a result of this process. This is the reason Statius gives as to the emancipated soul’s appearance on the Terrace of Gluttony. Interestingly, Peter Bondanella and Julia Conaway Bondanella state that church doctrine supported the idea that after death, the soul remained without anybody until Judgment Day, at which time it would be resurrected as a whole body. Of course, this reasoning is most likely derived from the fact the Bible expresses a more black and white view of salvation. You are either saved or you are not. Purgatory is a completely new philosophical device derived from the writings of an Italian man who lived during the 13th and 14th centuries, Dante. Another connection to the formulation of Purgatory and the Catholic Church’s institution of confession and penance as another ritualized form of behavior and to which has not only been incorporated into Church doctrine but has changed shape over time. The Catholic Church’s awareness, as a reasoning logic, is confession as a form of “talk therapy,” helps cleanse the soul or “purge” the soul of its impurities. It is at this point we can make another connection to the clandestine eavesdropping taking place with regard to my personal form of targeting. Guilty men don’t confess their sins. Well, those guilty men lacking a conscience and who are smart enough to keep quiet. Another aspect to this understanding is that grown men and women, who as young children had their conscience formed and shaped as subjects under this Catholic Church doctrine cannot sleep well at night unless they confess their sins. Those who have achieved a conscious awareness and have become mindful of their actions. This is the idea between my notion of “nonvirtue informative” and virtue informative and where love and respect for God and Jesus prevails and promotes the idea of “supernatural happiness” or “overall happiness” of the individual as analyzed in The Taming of The Shrew.

The Terrace of Lust and The “Purging” Through Electromagnetic Tailoring (aka Grooming) and Targeted Assaults

In Dante’s Purgatorio, when Virgil, Statius, and Dante arrive on the Terrace of Lust, they witness a wall of flames that shoots forth. Flames of fire from the inner wall to the outside wall that lick heat and fire. The canto implies these shooting flames are intermittent, frequent blasts that drive the souls back. As a result, the three must walk closely to the outside wall so as not to be burned. The souls on this terrace are chanting in Latin, “Summoe Deus dlementioe” which means “God of Supreme clemency.” They also shout, “Virum non cognosco” which means “I know not a man.” At the end of the canto an example of chastity is taken from the classical literature of the god Diana who ran to the woods to protect her own chastity through isolation, seclusion as a result of shame, and is attributed to a very feminine psychological element. Diana is the personification of femininity.

In this canto, the connection between the shooting and licking flames that burst forth that “drive the souls back” who committed the sin of Lust in their lifetimes can be compared to Petruchio’s taming of Katherine as well as the electromagnetic frequencies cast in electronic torture and psychotronic torture. This symbolism of “reforming the subject” is recreated and carried out in Group (Gang) Stalking with electromagnetic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture. Of course, on all of Dante’s terraces in his Purgatorio we observer this concept of “grooming” or “reforming the subject”, and as Shakespeare would say it, “a tailoring” through “snip and nip and cut and slash” or subjugation through power and electricity. Hence the chanting phrase, “Summoe Deus Dlementioe” or “God of Supreme clemency.” The God of Supreme forgiveness. We can make this connection between a “Supreme God” and “his followers”, the value in a possessed treasure of a wife as analyzed in The Taming of The Shrew and the power of Despots over the “human trash that makes life in his street part of the world of the unclean.” To which of these three areas do the nonvirtuous activities of Group (Gang) Stalking belong? A Supreme God, the possessed treasure of a wife, or the despot’s power to “transform the human garbage that litters his streets into fucking gold through technological service security surveillance as a paid-for product?”

Sources:

Alighieri, Dante. (2005) The Purgatorio. Translated by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. New York. Barnes & Nobel Classics. Originally published in Italian during the 14th century.

Shakespeare, William. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. Reprinted from a folio dated 1632. Stanford, CT. Longmeadow Press. (pp. 287 –313).

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Determinants of Verbal Partner Violence During COVID-19 Pandemic

The research study discussed in this post concluded “parenthood” as a significant predictor of verbal partner violence during the COVID-19 pandemic lock down. This may seem like sensible common knowledge but do we really consider the impact on our children’s emotional health?

The journal Gender and Violence recently published a research study conducted on the determinants of verbal partner violence (arguments and conflict) during lock-down from the coronavirus. The research study was conducted on 2,889 participants living in Flanders. The Dutch-speaking northern portion of Belgium. The following determinant risk factors were found to be gender, age, student status, educational degree, employment status, parenthood, ability to seclude, and the number of social contacts. Determinant risk factors of the pandemic were fear of infection and corona stress.

Results

Regarding gender, the researchers found a significant difference in verbal partner violence experienced between men and women. Women reported significantly higher levels of verbal partner violence than men.

Regarding age, the researchers found a significant increase in verbal partner violence in the age groups: 18–24, 25–34, 35–44 years. Additionally, researchers found significantly less verbal partner violence in the age categories 65+ and the age group of 55–64 years.

Regarding students, the researchers found a significant increase in verbal partner violence in students who were attending school than people who were retired. This ties into the age variable as younger people experience higher frequencies of verbal partner violence than older groups 55–64 years and 65+.

Regarding educational degree, the researchers found no significant difference in verbal partner violence based on people’s educational level. However, it was noted that the respondents with a status of “no diploma” were significantly small (1.2%). This implies there may be a connection between increased verbal partner violence based on a “no diploma” status but the researchers could not validate those findings through this study.

Regarding employment status, the researchers discovered people who were temporarily unemployed or who had been unemployed for a long time experienced significantly higher frequencies of verbal partner violence during lockdown than others who were employed full-time or part-time. In addition, it has been noted by other researchers those who maintain an “unemployed” status experience a higher frequency of targeted violence such as witnessed among the homeless populations and the addicted.

Regarding parenthood, the researchers discovered people with children under the age of 18 living in their household experienced significantly more verbal partner violence than respondents with no children living in the house.

Regarding the ability to seclude oneself as a strategy to reduce verbal partner violence during the COVID-19 lock down the researchers found those with the ability to seclude themselves experienced significantly less verbal partner violence.

Regarding social contact, the researchers discovered people who had more personal social contact (higher number of people to reach out to discuss problems with) had lower amounts of verbal partner violence than people with less social contacts. This information ties into the research study “The Phenomenology of Group Stalking (‘Gang Stalking’): A Content Analysis of Subjective Experiences” as one of the narratives given for the reason behind this form of targeted violence. That is to say, its purpose is to “move people into therapy.” This suggests that the phenomenology of Group Stalking and targeted violence is being carried out on a particular social group with “treatable mental diseases” who are eligible for treatment, and as I have suggested before, a social group that may be “resistant to therapy” thru forced coercive control tactics. If this is so, is this constitutionally correct regarding individuals’ civil rights? And if this is so, is it the medical professionals encouraging the targeted violence, or is it more likely this social group with “less social contacts” is suffering an increased level of domestic violence/abuse because of their vulnerability? As we can support this thesis because as I have stated previously, abuse contributes to loss of identity and abusers frequently use tactics of isolation to keep people in seclusion. (*)

Regarding the COVID-19 determinant variable, fear of infection and corona stress, the researchers found both to be significant predictors to verbal partner violence.

The researchers found that women more than men, younger age groups more than older age groups, students more than retired people, people whose partners were long term unemployed or temporarily unemployed due to the pandemic more than people whose partners were retired, parents of children younger than 18 years more than people without children in their household, people without the ability to seclude themselves from other members of the household, and people with fewer social contacts experienced higher frequencies of verbal partner violence during the lockdown.

The researchers state, “our study is not without its limitations limitation. One limitation is that partner violence was measured from a nondyadic perspective. By relying on the account of only one of the partners in the relationship, it is impossible to account for individual biases, interactional processes, and relationship complexity. Future research should further assess this matter using a dyadic research approach.” More specifically, women and participants with higher educational attainment were overrepresented. Additionally they state, “our findings provide important and concrete insights for policymakers and health professionals so that support can be facilitated to those particularly in need during this or future pandemics. For example, as we found that parents and people who were unable to seclude themselves from other members of their household experienced more partner violence during the lockdown, it would be fruitful to tailor partner violence prevention and intervention efforts to these groups.”

Sources:

Schokkenbroek, Jannek M.; Anrijs, Sarah; Ponnet, Koen; and Hardyns, Wim. Lock Down Together: Determinants of Verbal Partner Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Violence and Gender. Vol. 8, №3, Published August 25, 2021. Retrieved online September 14, 2021.

(*) Sheridan, Lorraine; James, David V.; and Roth, Jayden. (March 12, 2020) The Phenomenology of Group Stalking (‘Gang Stalking’): A Content Analysis of Subjective Experiences. International Journal of Environmental Research Public Health. 17(7), 2506. https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/17/7/2506/htm#B5-ijerph-17-02506

How Loss of Identity is Achieved through Combined Acts of Narcissism and Group (Gang-Related) Psychology: An analysis

In the study of human medicine, there are patients known and termed “resistant to treatment.” I believe a percentage of the population of people that make up the group known as Targeted Individuals may be patients diagnosed as “resistant to treatment.” The only way forced treatment can occur is if you become a ward of the state through incarceration, you have been committed by a psychiatrist and deemed unable to interpret reality or care for oneself because of a mental diagnosis. Or you have given over your body to experimental science to be experimented on for payment. The latter scenario is more a business arrangement than a forced condition by a state authority or medical doctors. We can certainly compare Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel’s chapter on Narcissism and Group Psychology to uncover and understand how the psychopathological thinking of one in a superior position of power (say a medical doctor or nurse) might disguise his/her true anal sadistic character thru professional occupation, and attempt to “cure” all human ills. The comparative illustration that Chasseguet-Smirgel supplies us with, in her book Creativity and Perversion, is in her analysis of a film “The Corpse Incinerator.” A movie shown in Paris during the 1970s and one that was not shown for any considerable length of time. The story is of a criminal pervert necrophile, which although different from the those carrying out gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture, makes a perfect example to demonstrate the metempsychosis that in all things annihilation does not exist and that things simply “change form.” In the “changing of form,” we can illustrate the victim’s impending “loss of identity.”

To briefly summarize Chassegeut-Smirgel’s analysis of the storyline in the movie “The Corpse Incinerator” a pervert necrophile is a crematorium worker who perceives death as a beautiful thing. His philosophical logic is Death frees one from the soul (the body). The body is clearly likened to a “blemish” that the main character in the movie helps to get rid of. The main character himself will become the murderer of his wife and children because they have “impure blood” in them. Here is the thinking of the pervert carrying out acts of gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture against a population of labeled “schizophrenics” and/or the “mentally ill” who, by interpretation of the gang stalking narratives, may have been diagnosed as “resistant to treatment” and/or “cannot imagine anything better for themselves,” as one man over Quora.com expressed to me when I discussed my experiences with gang stalking and targeted electronic physical assault and psychotronic torture. He spoke to me as if I was an annoyance, a petty inconvenience he had to put up with. In the movie, the human body clearly becomes “a blemish” in society that must be expunged at all cost thru the incinerator at the crematorium. In a similar vein, the “imposed treatments” of targeted electronic physical assault and psychotronic torture are meant to annihilate and transform the victim. We can certainly connect this logic to my Quora “friend” who was incredibly helpful in disclosing his own psychopathological way of thinking to me. The main character of this movie imagines a huge collective crematorium where he will offer up his services to the German Nazi and he will end in believing he is the Dalai Lama.

We can, thru comparative religious study, compare the use of mysticism in ancient Egyptian religious worship and the creation of a capacitor attached to images of the Baghdad Battery on wall relief at Hathor and boxes inlaid with metal where they may have believed they had actually divined the power of Ra, the sun god, through a magical box. Thus, we see, and can interpret man’s “God Complex.” In the movie, we see the use of mysticism to magnify the power of the pervert to remove all “fecal character to transform excrement into gold and to transform digestion — which in the movie is combustion, just like incineration — into a marvelous alchemy freeing the soul from the body which is nothing more than refuse” (Chassegeut-Smirgel, 1984)Bela Grunberger (1959), and a contemporary psychoanalyst to Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel, wrote of the element of digestion in the anal sadistic universe as “digestion as a fragmentation of ingested food and its degradation into less and less differentiated elements, which progressively lose their former peculiarities, and forming finally a homogeneous mass, the fecal bolus” (Chassegeut-Smirgel, 1984). Those who have been electronically targeted have previewed the pervert’s anal-sadistic universe and it is one that can be described as an act, sustaining a fantasy where breaking down the barriers which separate individual from individual (doctor from patient, brother from sister, daughter from father, child from adult, the molecules in the body from each other) the fantasy destroys reality and creates an alternate one. An alternate reality where all differences are abolished. And here we have the pervert who does not respect the boundaries of another person’s being. As certain parts of the body remain private and secluded, off-limit boundaries that aren’t meant to be touched as the Constitutional Doctrines imply, the anal sadistic pervert breaches the imposed legal limits and violates the liberty and freedom of the individual (Minnesota State University, Constitutional Amendment Summary, 2021). And here, of course, of specific interest is the Fourth Amendment. The ambiguity in this principle astounds me and we can uncover journal articles that clearly provide examples the criminal act of rape has still been a perplexing “concept in crisis” as rape myths still proliferate our culture (Conaghan, 2019; Chiroro, Bohner, Viki & Jarvis, 2004). If we have, at this late date in the history of humanity, a “concept in crisis” regarding sexual assault because of these rape myths, then imagine what type of crisis we have in concepts advancing technologies in science such as cloning and neuroethical issues in brain initiatives. “In the name of advancement of the sciences,” other specific social groups and radical right-wing conservative liberals, who want to remain unregulated by government interference and totally free to do as they please. We have seen when and where medical authorities have violated the medical and ethical guidelines of certain people. Concerns have now shifted from cloning to neuroethical issues in the ethical research of brain initiatives. Some of the latest research developments are utilizing electromagnetic frequency on the brain as well as optic light sources to control animal emotions like fear, aggression, sadness, as well as clinical depression. These latest neurological research projects may certainly help treat feelings of emotional fear for terminally ill patients facing end-of-life decisions.

In recounting my experiences with targeted electronic physical assault and psychotronic torture, I have established a connection when recording my blood sugar and blood pressure readings to analyze dated events of targeted electronic physical assaults and psychotronic torture. When I am targeted electronically and psychotronically and forced into a stupor to sleep, and which happened again yesterday on 9/11, I observe through routine blood sugar checks an increase in my blood sugar readings. An increase of 40 to 50 points. I believe this is due because sleeping during the night I am less inclined to drink water and to have an additional period of sleep during the day as well, were there is reduced activity and the ability to drink water creates this same scenario for dehydration. The stress of the targeting has also has taken its toll on my blood pressure and anxiety levels. I am almost inclined to believe these targeted electronic assaults, as well as psychotronic torture, are meant as palliative hospital care because I refuse psyche treatment programs. Although when these electronically induced sedative sleeps occur, I directly witness a reduction in blood pressure and I attribute it to someone trying to treat my medical comorbidity from afar and as someone clandestinely trying to “treat disease.” Possibly an impostor who, hiding behind some veil of concealment, as in the movie “The Corpse Incinerator,” is carrying out a perverted fantasy as a competent employed citizen. I had previously stated in the study of human medicine there are patients known and diagnosed as “resistant to treatment.” I am certainly one of these psychiatric patients, and my father was a hospice patient. As a patient resistant to “treatment” I professed my right to choose my own forms of mind-altering substances and that included religious beliefs. As there exist many individuals who despise religion because they believe it “hampers progress,” not unlike the radical right conservative-liberal that believe government interference hampers progress. Taking someone’s belief in God away thru the use of mystical illusion rooted in physics is a violation of someone’s first amendment rights.

I want to be clear to note this phenomenon of targeted electronic assaults and psychotronic torture clearly hints toward purposes in palliative care in the area of hospice type arrangements. Sedating the terminally ill or making one believe they are “terminal” or experiencing psychotic hallucinations. This is a hint towards my father’s end-stage of life care and his personal experience with targeted electronic physical assaults as he conveyed them to me.

The one term alluded to, but never spoken of, by Michel Foucault in his book The History of Sexuality, according to Alenka Zupančič, is the term human unconscious. And how the human unconscious can influence a doctor’s imposed choice to medically treat certain vulnerable, disadvantaged, and marginalized groups because they are the “blemished” and make excellent research test subject fodder.

Sources:

Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine. (1984). Creativity and Perversion. London. Free Association Books.

Chiroro, P., Bohner, G., Viki, G., & Jarvis, C. (2004). Rape Myth Acceptance and Rape Proclivity. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19(4), 427–442.

Conaghan, .J. (2019). The Essence of Rape. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 39(1). The article states, “If we can’t say what rape is, how can we struggle against it.” This very question is at the heart of the criminal activity called Gang Stalking, Targeted Electronic Physical Assault, and Psychotronic Torture. It becomes an ambiguous term that although covered broadly by federal laws, uncovering the identity of the perpetrators becomes a difficult and tedious task leaving many targeted people without resources abandoned, placed in a difficult position, and without help. After the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack on May 6, 2021, the identity of the perpetrators were only uncovered with extensive federal resources of the FBI, Department of Justice, and federal intelligence community.

Foucault, Michel. (1978). The History of Sexuality. New York. Pantheon Books.

Zupančič, Alenka & , (2016). Biopolitics, Sexuality and the Unconscious. Paragraph, 39(1), 49–64.

Minnesota State University. Constitutional Amendment Summary. Retrieved online September 12, 2021. https://mankato.mnsu.edu/constitution-day/the-constitution/constitutional-amendments-summary/

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DCODE by Discovery. (2019). “Coakroach and Brain Cell Hacking. YouTube.com Published January 23, 2019. Retrieved online September 12, 2021. U.S. scientists turn cockroaches into living robots, and another team claims it has found a way to switch emotion-controlling human brain cells off at a click of a buttonhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uN2t4HvT9LY

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