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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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.


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.”


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.

How Gang Stalking with Electronic Targeted Assault Contributed to My Loss of Identity: One person’s private account

On September 3rd I had a doctor’s appointment. A very important doctor’s appointment because I had stopped going to the doctor’s office visits and I had stopped taking my medications because of gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults. My blood pressure reading was high while I was in the office so my doctor refilled my medications and asked me to keep a log of my morning blood pressure readings as well as a blood sugar log. I have several chronic conditions. These are only two of them. I’m not going to share each day’s reading results but I will share with you the effects of electronic targeted physical assaults. See if you can notice a change? The entry log reads as follows:

Sept. 4, 2021

7:18 AM Blood Pressure Reading — — 7:21 AM Blood Sugar Reading — —

(I washed and showered)

Sept. 5, 2021

7:40 AM Blood Pressure Reading — — 7:43 AM Blood Sugar Reading — —

(I washed and showered)

Sept. 6, 2021 (Labor Day)

9:15 AM Blood Pressure Reading — — 9:18 AM Blood Sugar Reading — —

(I DID NOT wash and shower)

Sept. 7, 2021

9:53 AM Blood Pressure Reading — — 9:57 AM Blood Sugar Reading — —

(I DID NOT wash and shower)

Sept. 8, 2021

10:12 AM Blood Pressure Reading — — 10:16 AM Blood Sugar Reading — —

(I DID NOT wash and shower. I did not wash and shower until September 9th)

Did you notice something the change? If you take notice, the time changes as I was initially waking up early to bathe, monitor my blood pressure, and record my blood sugar. I stopped taking daily showers as well. This is how electronic targeted physical assaults affect me. And as a result, I have suffered a loss of identity because of it. Electronic targeted assaults make it virtually impossible for a person to exercise and properly care for themselves. As a result, I cannot stay as healthy as I possibly can by keeping my blood pressure as well as my blood sugar in check through routine exercise and simple physical movement because it psychotronically incapacitates me.

In addition, my electronic targeted assaults sedates me and makes me drowsy so I doze off to sleep making me less active. It has also caused me to become dehydrated from a lack of drinking water. Dehydration, in turn, can increases glucose and sodium in the bloodstream. My targeting is making it impossible for me to control my blood pressure as well as my blood sugar through physical exercise and simple routine movement. As a result, I have to depend on pharmaceuticals to do this for me. Drugs are big business. Some might even say Dark Business infiltrated with Dark Money. I mean who can benefit from my FSA and HSA spending dollars (welfare healthcare insurance stipend)? Obama/NJ Family Care State-Run Health Care?

Since the collapse of the modern industrial economy and the beginning of the post-industrial economy (the service economy) and following the events of the Great Recession in 2008/2009 America has become familiar with a narrative. It is a narrative in reports for Gang Stalking with Electronic Targeted as well as Electronic Targeted Physical Assaults and Psychotronic Torture. It is hard for an average Joe to understand whether these accounts are real or fake as many people blame the reports on “mentally ill” “deluded” individuals who are in need of “therapy.” And in some cases that may be the case. It is so easy to blame others via snap judgments without proper investigatory work and a clear understanding of the phenomenon. For example, it’s easy to blame social welfare recipients by claiming their “lazy” and “stupid.” Everything we encounter and observe isn’t as it presents itself to be all the time. Often there are entire stories to be told that remain hidden beneath the surface of superficiality. Some narrative reports definitely seem petty accusations not rooted in sound logic. For example, one person reported she was gang stalked while she was in a McDonald’s drive-thru line waiting to be served when some guy pulled right in front of her, cut her off, and prevented her from being the next person served. Clearly, it may also be the lack of linguistic skills in accurately detailing events of their history and a person’s ability to accurately understand and have knowledge of what the phenomenon actually consists of. Some people believe the government is covertly manipulating them in clandestine CIA “mind control” programs which there is no evidence to support government involvement. It in all likelihood is the result of organized criminal behavior and community stalking in behavior that demonstrates a certain pattern of conduct.

For me, in my personal narrative, the reason for my targeting has been a forced loss of identity. Where once I awoke early each morning to exercise and maintain a healthy weight, I have become morbidly obese through forced sedation, remotely and clandestinely delivered, by someone holding a handheld device or “God in a Box”. If you haven’t read an account of ancient man’s attempt attempts to develop ancient forms of technology and seduce onlookers with the magic of electricity utilizing the Baghdad Battery, please click on the following link —ANCIENT EGYPTIAN TECHNOLOGY: A Form of Egyptian Electricity, The Baghdad Battery, and A Visitation in the Night — Proclivities’ Principle Wisdom (

A loss of identity may be a welcomed event such as in divorce or a loss of a job one might despise. But a loss of identity can be painful and difficult as in when someone losses their legs in a catastrophic accident. The Gang Stalking narrative of victims in a research report that investigated individual accounts of victims who had been gang stalked definitely suggests this. Thru forced incurred losses, the victim losses their former identity to now become “a victim of gang stalking” and one suffering stolen identity. A person can be changed mentally when events take away persons, places, and things. This is how the natural course of aging and maturity happens. If you think about the loss of identity suffered by the aged, you can certainly understand William Shakespeare’s quote that begins “Life is but a stage…” If you think about the loss of identity suffered by violent crime we can look to Ariel Castro. Ariel Castro’s teenage victims clearly suffered a premature loss of identity as we can definitively say these teenagers went from high school students, someone’s dependent child cared for by a loving parent, and someone’s close classmate and friend to kidnapped victim, incarcerated in a house, chained to a bed and raped daily. Those events forever changed their identity. They would never go back to just being regular teenagers. They became women of rape at an early age. What caused Amanda Berry to flee Castro’s home? Amanda Berry decided to flee the house because she gave birth to a baby girl as a result of rape. When the child became the age of 5, she began to ask questions about Amanda’s shackles and chains. She was told by her mother they were just “bracelets.” Amanda’s daughter would also be denied the privilege of attending school for fear Amanda’s identity (now a kidnap victim who had been a missing child) would be found out.

If you connect the dots from the familiar scenes of kidnapping and the usurpation of freedoms Targeted Individuals suffer in everyday life, you can come to an understanding how this is human behavior following a course of conduct (supporting a victim narrative) that demonstrates a very similar pattern in semiotics and language; denial of rights. Albeit, a language that remains mostly silent and explicitly unspoken and hidden. Knowledge in reading silence and symbolism is required to understand this type of phenomenon. Furthermore, in the study of psychoanalysis, there are two fault lines that represent acts of extreme terrorism. We consider acts of extreme terrorism as those acts carried out by foreign nationals on American domestic soil and behavior demonstrating a certain pattern of conduct. But the same two fault lines appear in relatively minor acts of what could certainly be considered forms of domestic terrorism; gang stalking violence and mass random shootings. The first psychic fault line of masculinity involves gender and selfhood in relation to women and femininity. That is to say, not being a little girl. The second psychic fault line of masculinity involves being an adult man and not a little boy; unhumiliated. That is to say, not a little boy humiliated by a father or other adult male relative. This primarily has been statistically analyzed in patterns of male-to-male aggression as well as theorized by Freudian psychology to be primarily a male-to-male affair or the original father-to-son affair; humiliation that provokes male-to-male violence. However, this does not address the male-to-female affair and the paranoid-schizoid personality constellation of men who rape women nor does it address the female-to-female affair. We know from statistics that a small population of women commit violent acts. The work of Melanie Klein has primarily been concerned with this mother-to-son affair as well as the mother-to-daughter affair in regard to female masculinities and the violence against Other. A key feature of this psychic theatrical stage is an act of humiliation or perceived humiliation.

We can certainly go on to surmise this to be, at least one reason, in some cases regarding the phenomenon of gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture. Some event experienced by the perpetrator of gang stalking was perceived as humiliating and that person will neither be humiliated by a male and made to feel like a “little boy” nor be made to feel feminine like a “little girl.” Of course, we see these same extreme acts of violence in the terrorism of gangland-style murders, but the psychic roots all converge on a similar patterned theme (course of conduct) that exposes the fragile fault lines of an ego. It has been called the Achilles Complex from the Illiad as Achilles is a junior man who, suffering a humiliating blow by a superior officer, is also driven by a thirst for glory. If you are interested in reading further about the theory of the Achilles Complex please click on the following link — The Fragilities and Fault Lines of Masculinity — Proclivities’ Principle Wisdom (

I’m going to pose a question and this is purely theoretical and for the acquisition of knowledge on this topic. If you wanted to hurt a male, without killing him, how would you do it? If you wanted to hurt a female, without killing her, how would you do it? You would, no doubt have to know a little something about your intended victims like what’s important to them. What objects they hold dear and near and where their “treasures” lay. But not all treasures are comprised of gold and diamonds. This is definitely something to think about when analyzing cases of gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture. Freedom to come and go as one pleases in their home environment is pretty important and I am also reminded of a poem by Sir Edward Dyer, “My Mind To Me A Kingdom Is.” It is possible to steal someone’s body as in the case of rape or sexual assault. But can someone still your mind? Your lifestyle? Your identity? Control of your body? Who you are at the very core? And if they can, what does this imply about the future of American democracy and the people living within its borders where freedoms are no longer protected by a person’s constitutional rights?

A Crisis of White Masculinity in the Age of Obama and a Discussion on What Motivates Gang Stalking with Electronic Targeted Physical Assaults

One of the many sign posters printed by the Tea Party (white billionaire conservative Republican protesters) who also touted the phrase “Obama’s Bin Lyin” insisting Congress should “Impeach Obama Now.”

In the book, American Identity in the Age of Obama which is attributed to multiple authors, in particular in Chapter 6, “White Masculinities in the Age of Obama: Rebuilding or Reloading,” a particular demographic was considered in the face of a clear and present crisis of white masculinity. The book noted the identity crisis associated with white, older, middle-class men living in rural areas. A connection can be made with white, elite, farming/plantation business owners. With this specific demographic population, the connection is a similar one made to and written about in Chapter 6, The Crisis of White Masculinity, which can be found over JSTOR and is located in my reference section. A similar crisis of white masculinity seemed to occur during the abolishment of slavery, and in particular, we see a similar crisis of masculinity occurring during historic time periods that threatened populations of the predominant male identity. This certainly happened during the Salem witch trials as a comparison between these inexcusable executions and the expulsion of Anne Hutchinson. That is, a threat to the personal manhood of a predominant white leader in the community.

It is, for this reason, the study of identity during the period of Colonialism and Postcolonialism would be most appropriate to understanding the phenomenon of gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults (directed energy weapons) and psychotronic torture because it is this time period that gave rise to the radical right, middle class, white conservative male leaders. The forms of behaviors that have historically been harbingers for change in Colonial America have predominantly surrounded the threat to white masculine identity. During this time period, we see the event of the Boston Tea Party. Whether or not you hold a supportive position to the action taken during this historical event or view it as a radical, aggressive move in opposition to authority and the law depends on your political orientation.

Reading postcolonial female writers is important to gain a foundation of knowledge regarding modern female identity and feminine identity crisis as we explore feminine object relations during the colonial era and Postcolonial era and beyond into the modern period. I say this because I am a female writer interested in psychoanalysis and identity.

In addition to the study of postcolonial feminine identity and beyond, postcolonial masculine identity (1780–1830) or even a better, the term the Late Modern Period extending from the (the 1750s through 1940s) following French and American RevolutionsIndustrial Revolution, the Great Divergence, and the early World Wars is important to gaining an understanding of how both feminine and masculine identities have changed over time. Important also is the Great Divergence and it too is tied to the crisis of white masculinity as it represented changing social roles. Additionally, the concept of the time period, that of Colonialism (1607 to 1776), it would seem that the fragmented stranded existence of some modern masculine identities who would still like to practice or policy control by one people or power over other peoples or areas. In the phenomenon known as gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture we certainly can make the connection to the fragmented, stranded, crisis in identity of the perpetrators to such acts. Colonialism was tied to British Monarch Rule and Absolutism and manifested the delusions of Satan spawning the execution of not only witches but also some warlocks and the expulsion of Anne Hutchinson from her religious community based on the testimonial, she was a Jezebel. We can therefore say, with a high degree of certainty that the manifestation of delusions goes back centuries to past historical religious inquisitions among many other historical events expressing harbingers for change.

“Change is inevitable but with it comes new possibilities.” ~The Answers

In the book, Dark Money: the hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the radical right, we see a similar crisis of white masculinity among the radical right conservative Republicans during the Obama administration. Interestingly, where the crisis of white masculinity takes place during postcolonial America, where its development coincides with developments like the end of the Western frontier closing and the disappearing opportunities for economic independence in an era of bureaucratization of business. If we look at the history of American manhood it would reveal several co-extensive phenomena. In fact, if we delved even farther into history during the time of Medieval Inquisitions, we would uncover men dressed as the religious authority (Inquisitors) who were pardoned and given “absolution” from God if they used instruments of torture. In the modern era, we have the German Holocaust where we see a German Identity Crisis on a mass scale as the very core of what it meant to be German was questioned.

Upon a brief perusal of a number of historical harbingers, we see similarities to events that transpire and the basic similar human condition contributing to violence. What remains unchanged in all of this is the human heart and the human psyche and the fact that innate aggression resides within our species especially when manhood, or womanhood for that matter, is challenged. So, we can speculate this to be the cause and root of the phenomenon known as gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture.

We might question, “What motivated a group of well-educated, upper-class, white men to dress up as American Indians and throw tea into the Boston harbor?” We might question, “What motivated a plantation owner to lynch his own black slaves following the fall of slavery, in the face of their begging for life?” “What motivated a group of wealthy Republican businessmen to print up posters of Barrack Obama dressed like an African witch doctor, outfitted with body paint and a bone through his nose, above the word “socialism?” During the Obama administration, the level of unprovoked racism manifesting itself among the radical right Republican conservative groups fearful on the horizon of American socialism, the national healthcare plan, and free healthcare, which had to be policed and monitored for their radical depictions that were racially offensive.

Similar to the element of “dark money,” with their formation of so-called “socialist organizations” set up with a tax code of 501(c)(4), the IRS code for tax-exempt as “social welfare organizations” that can participate in politics so long as it’s not the group’s primary focus. Such nonprofits can hide the identities of their donors from the public, reporting them only to the IRS. This is what is meant by “dark money groups.” Comparing this level of non-transparency and gang stalking with electronic targeting physical assault and psychotronic torture we similar attempts to change the outcome of events, territories, and elections.

Identity is often associated with “sameness and distinctiveness” yet it also has its “contradictions”. That is, we all have our differences and we all have our contradictory selves.

The term “identity crisis” refers to a psychological conflict that entails social confusiona sense of detachment, and a loss of oneself such as when a political ruling party losses majority control as we witnessed during the Obama era or when large popular religious movements such as the Cathers in southern France and the Waldensians in both southern France and northern Italy who were considered “apostate” or heretical to Christianity during the Medieval Inquisitions spanning 1184 to 1230 AD.

In studying identity crisis, and its subsequent psychological disorders, there have been integral topics to study. For example, the study of Colonialism and Postcolonialism is imperative for an adequate understanding of psychoanalysis, as human history tells us a lot. Postcolonial feminist theories in female identity crisis have been conceptualized to delve into the boundaries of the self and move beyond the social dynamics through which the female subject explores and questions her identity separate and apart from her ruling counterpart, male patriarchy. It is no different when studying mass random shooting events and the phenomenon of gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults; a person’s identity has been challenged and put into question, a person’s sense of self has become disrupted with some type of detachment and loss. Such as when a person’s Facebook profile may be placed into question when new social information is found contradictory to their posted highlights and is seen as not being nearly as picture-perfect as the individual’s beliefs about themselves.

The thing about gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture is that it is a business like any other business. It requires access to a pool of cash, network associates, and insider knowledge. The pool of cash helps one to purchase the necessary technological gadgetry for the group of people whose aggregate/accumulated wealth can afford them the ability to fund their own personal and private field operations with which they could undermine the outcome of events.


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What Types of Crimes Do Female Convicts Commit? Comparing Trends of Female Killers to Male Killers

Someone asked over the following question, “What types of crimes do female convicts commit?” Of course, someone responded with “the majority of crimes committed by females are for drug-related offenses (e.g, possession, distribution, trafficking, etc.) tied to the women’s addiction.

I cannot speak for the majority of all types of crimes committed by female prisoners. However, according to the journal, Violence and Gender“Gender Differences in Patterns and Trends in U.S. Homicide, 1976 to 2015,” the following are quotes from the article:

According to the journal article, “Women are always and everywhere less likely than men to commit criminal acts, a phenomenon most evident in the extreme case of murder.”

“…. homicide research remains largely male-centric, with patterns unique to female offenders and victims often lost in the aggregate. Although males constitute the overwhelming majority of both homicide offenders and victims, it is important nonetheless to identify gender differences and similarities in trends and patterns of homicide.”

“For women to kill, they generally must see their situation as life-threatening, as affecting the physical or emotional well-being of themselves or their children. Overall, it is often noted that males and females tend to see the utility of violence in radically different ways. Whereas men tend to employ violence as an offensive move to establish superiority, women typically view violence as a defense of last resort.”

“Unless the murders of women are examined separately from the murders of men, that is, disaggregated by gender, little can be known about this type of murder which is otherwise lost within the larger number of male-to-male homicides.”

My personal opinion and information that did not come from the above-mentioned article are derived from murder research when women kill their children. When it comes to aggressive violence perpetrated by females, women tend to be more passive-aggressive. Women are caregivers, and may already be well versed in establishing felt security in others. They are guardians for the well-being of their husbands and children. Already groomed for second class status, it is this very status that supports their necessity to, not only utilize the best modes of behavior but find the best avenues that will foster their success. Sometimes women’s best avenues are perceived antisocial ones which including murder. It is for this reason women make excellent female intelligence operatives. Where men use brute force, women look for subtle angles and avenues that don’t require physical violence. In this sense, women tend to subvert their overt aggression towards more passive-aggressive methods.

Additionally, when women kill, their murdering methods deviate from the brute force typically used by males; physical contact battery (physically striking victims) and ballistic and sharp weapons (guns and knives). When women do kill, they tend to murder by smothering, drowning, suffocating, poisoning, or strangling their victims. In this sense, the very method of gang stalking with electronic targeted physical violence (EAs), and psychotronic torture tend to be “passive-aggressive” methods to commit violent assaults. Women tend to plan their murders out carefully and beguile and charm their victims. Another interesting fact is that when women kill, they kill for love or gain and typically target the people they know. It would be logical to presuppose that such violence as the phenomenon of gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture is derivative of a woman and that a woman would more likely be the perpetrator of such targeting. Since the phenomenon of gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assault and psychotronic torture is poorly understood by mainstream researchers, we simply do not have the aggregate data and evidence to support the theory that “feminine masculinities” are the cause of this type of targeted violence, except in probably a few cases. The cause of females targeting other subjects as a form of “feminine masculinities” can also be attributed to women’s high executive functioning, higher IQ, and detailed planning of the crime. This places the perpetrators of gang stalking with electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture in a particular category of criminal; the high executive functioning serial killers.


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The Phony Door Man and Men Mad to Be Normal

A Door Man at 1049 Park Ave., Upper East Side, Manhattan, New York City

“Those fingers in my hair, that sly come-hither stare, strips my conscious bare, its witchcraft.” ~Frank Sinatra, “Witchcraft”

At one of the local retail store establishments, Giant Liquors, we have what my brother-in-law calls, “The Phony Door Man.” In this social game, a black man pretending to be an authentic doorman employed by the retail establishment attempts to sell kindness (acts of charity) for spare change to patrons of the retail establishment. Upon arriving at the front of the retail establishment, you are greeted with a very cordial greeting. “Hello. How are you? You are looking very well today.” Upon exiting the store, the doorman leaves you with a very cordial, “Have a blessed day!” But quickly inquires of you if you have any spare change or cash you can give him. In the phenomenology of spirit, this man is like the angelical preacher who sells the comfort of heaven through his weekly sermons to a dispirited congregation desperate for hope. While accepting the congregations’ payments, the angelical preacher builds establish trust with his kind words. Unlike The Phoney Door Man, however, the Angelical preacher goes on to build himself a palatial estate. One that looks remarkably like something one would find in Heaven. Since this retail store establishment is a liquor store, it must be that all the “drunks” are truly deluded and rich with cash they would most likely be prodded into giving cash.

What is this phenomenology of spirit? Is it authentically genuine? I don’t believe so because on the back-side of this social game is an expected pay-out/charge in “completing the sale.” Acts of kindness and acts of charity are supposed to be made in the spirit of Love, giving without the want for anything in return, thereby turning the act of selflessness and Love into a payable job. People sometimes presented themselves, at times, to be like this “Phony Door Man.” I’ll tell you why in a minute. In the psychic life of power, to be dominated by an external force is the shape power and control take. What forms the psychic life of power? The master, who at first appears to be “external” to the slave, reemerges as the slave’s own conscience. We are used to thinking of power as what presses on the subject from the outside, as what subordinates, sets underneath, and relegates to a lower order. The Phony Door Man, in performing an act of kindness and establishing trust, plays on the conscious awareness of his targeted population. Tugging at the heartstrings of unsuspecting customers he hopes to generate sympathy and win sales.

“You got to pick up every stitch, you got to pick up every stitch, you got to pick up every stitch. Mmmm, must be the season of the witch. Must be the season of the witch, yeah. Must be the season of the witch.” ~Donovan Leitch, “Season of the Witch”

In the phenomenology of spirit, taking kindness and acts of charity and regulating them to the lowly positions of “business” is a perversion. Transforming an act of kindness or act of Love into a cash transaction; a paid-for service, not asked for but provided anyway, is a seduction. Can we sell kindness for cash? Well, it is an awful lot like selling genuine authentic Heaven in a pre-paid package like Joel Osteen. The Roman Catholic Church once practiced this form of prostitution in what was known as “the selling of indulgences.” Johann Tetzel, a German Dominican friar and preacher, was one such fellow who happened to be appointed Inquisitor for Poland and Saxony. In his lifetime, history would record man’s experience with the absolute outer limits of religious authority in what became known as the Inquisitions and Law Codes dedicated to eradicating Satan possessed women also called the “Witch Trials”; The Malleus Maleficarum (1486). And these ruling ecclesiastical authorities were absolutely free to liberate the elite ruling monarchs of any excess heavy cash baggage through what became known as “the selling of indulgences.” An indulgence is “a way to reduce the amount of punishment one has to undergo for sins”, thereby eluding certain terraces of Purgatory or Hell. The Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church describes an indulgence as “a remission before God of the temporal punishment due to sins whose guilt has already been forgiven, which the faithful Christian who is duly disposed gains under certain prescribed conditions through the action of the Church which, as the minister of redemption, dispenses and applies with authority the treasury of the satisfactions of Christ and all of the saints.” It was a favor extended by a member vested with God-given authority of the church and there was a hefty treasury of a price attached to such forgiveness.

Should we be selling forgiveness, or kindness for that matter, and how do we determine its values? Can we sell true Love? And who would purchase it insatiably? Should we be selling a Heavenly Hope like Joel Osteen? Or should we be selling a hardcore dose of reality? Should we be selling the illusion of an everlasting eternity in Heaven with God the Father, the only one who “truly Loves us”? Or the reality men most fear, that one day we will most certainly die and fade into oblivion? Who sells illusions anyway? High-paid female escorts with a personal stairway to a second-floor hotel room? Well-versed Angelical ministers whose promise only goes as far as the words he speaks? Inquisitors for Poland and Saxony with the vested heavenly authority to reduce God’s punishments in the “afterlife”? Who are the real charlatans here? When I think of Angelical preachers selling the illusion of hope, I think of Joel Osteen. By the way, have you seen Joel Osteen’s estate and what it’s valued worth? Wow! It was once said if you want to become rich invent a religion and then L. Ron Hubbard, a science fiction writer, birthed The Church of Scientology.

Selling the illusion of an afterlife is a perversion. It’s a perversion because the behavior is an act of incorporation of Truth that prevents the process of introjection and the process of mourning one’s life. Incorporation replaces introjection with the artificial, the veiled, and the hidden, with deception, a fantasy. It is a seduction. It’s a lie told by a fork-tongued snake. It would be like a Jurassic snake swallowing the suckling ego of a child, and swallowing it up whole, then regurgitating it as a masculine artificial creation; veiled, armed, synthetic, all artifice, seduction, and defense, a femininity created from the warped and twisted mind of the masculinity. Thus, the narcissistic personality. In religion’s case, the Truth that is hidden and concealed within a fantasy is the knowledge “I will not die.” It is then replaced with the fantasy of “I will live on forever in Heaven with God the Father.” (with the one caveat, of course, as long as you do God’s will. People sacrifice their whole lives in dedication to this hope of never dying but living on for eternity.)

Why are some people like this Phony Door Man? It is because some people perform acts of kindness and charity, not out of the Love from their own heart, but with the expected pay-out/charge of “You OWE ME!” This represents the incorporation myth of Zeus who, swallowing his pregnant wife Metis, births forth his own offspring, void of a vagina, a fully-developed child, from his own womb/head. The brainchild. Zeus not only achieves the appropriation of the female reproductive capacity together with the “wisdom” of Metis, his wife but also effectively swallows and obliterates the mother-daughter relationship. This mother-daughter relationship, in my opinion, is represented as the nurturing acts of kindness in acts of Love we give each other, not with the intention of a pay-off, but because we genuinely know how to Love. This represents, of course, the Mother Love of hippy influence.

“Normal man has killed fifty million of his fellow normal men in just the half past century.” ~from the movie “Mad to Be Normal”

Since I started to study psychoanalysis, I started looking at things not as they are, but what they represent in terms of philosophy and psychoanalytic truths. I had recalled a time when my twin sister and I were young girls. I would say anywhere between the ages of 8 and 10 years old. We would pretend to be pregnant and stick pillows under our shirts. Our cousin April had become pregnant. She would be our first female pregnant body experience. My twin sister, while mimicking being pregnant, forcefully expelled her pregnancy by punching the pillow out of her shirt with her fist. She turned to me and wanted me to do the same. Instead of mimicking her forceful abortion, I shielded the imaginary baby and protected it from danger/destruction. Some might say that my sister’s imaginary fetus might have mimicked an unconscious wish towards me, as we both shared gestational time in utero, it might be pondered that perhaps it represents an unconscious wish rooted in sibling rivalry. However, after carefully studying psychoanalysis it most likely represents a rejection of motherhood, an aversion to maternity, with the possibility of some latent unconscious wishes to “kill me off.” My sister can possess a rather sadistic personality at times. I say this because when we were little, during role-play of Student-Teacher, she liked to discipline me with a ruler by spanking and slapping my hands with the ruler. This was practice performed at our Roman Catholic grammar school we both attended in the 1970s. Where do these Medieval institutions like Roman Catholic Inquisitions get their beginnings? Some would say the practice of psychiatry mimics medieval inquisitions.

In literary analysis of the movie “Mad To Be Normal” in comparison with the phenomenon of gang stalking, electronic targeted assaults, and psychotronic torture and with the development of direct energy weapons (DEW), and the song by Donovan Leitch, “The Season of the Witch,” it was Donovan Leitch who had told Mojo magazine regarding the song in June of 2011, that at the time (1966) “You get a feeling that not everything is perfect in the Garden of Eden…Dealers were moving into bohemia and hard drugs were on the fringes.” In my opinion, it’s a song about the delusions of Satan. “The beatnik” trying to make it rich and “two rabbits” running into a ditch. Who are the real threats to the social order? You get this feeling that the mentally ill, the beatnik, and the hippies are “the witch” and those are the ones that threaten the social order, not the military establishment or the new advancing technological war machines that leave their repercussions behind in our streets and troubled homes following a war. Soldiers who return home broken from the shock and trauma, and to deal with this “season of the witch,” which represent our fears, we invent new and advancing electromagnetic weapons, technologies, and drugs to further obliterate the objects we fear which are rooted in our delusions of evil and what evil represents. Instead replacing Love with Fear and the idea of a perfect illusion of one’s very own Garden of Eden free from gays, lesbians, Muslims, transgender, hippies, beatniks, drug addicts, black people, prostitutes, the mentally ill, any other type of “witch” you might dream up.

Note: The author of this paper believes the phenomenon of gang stalking, with electronic physical assaults, and psychotronic torture is part of experimental and special interest technologies that utilize low-income, marginalized populations within American society for the advancement of neurological brain initiatives and the electronic grooming of individuals.

The Truth Found in Folklore and Myth That Helps Us Analyze the Unconscious Fantasies Surrounding the Phenomenon of Gang Stalking

The Taming of the Shrew (black and white dining scene)

This post takes into account the following myths, legends, and folklore to help analyze the unconscious fantasies surrounding the phenomenon of gang stalking, electronic targeted physical assaults, and psychotronic torture.

Shrew Folklore

Roots of the Creation Myth in the ancient Near East

The Rape of Metis by Zeus and the Metis’ Incorporation Myth (man, lacking a vagina of his own, sequesters women, gives birth to civilization as we know it through corporate business ventures and advancing technologies)

Aeschylus’ Oresteia Myth in Psychic Splitting of Good and Bad (ties into the good and bad pre-Oedipal breast of Shrewish folklore)

Who is my Petruchio?

Petruchio is the male protagonist in William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew”. Petruchio is a fortune seeker who enters a marriage relationship with a strong-willed woman named Kate and then attempts to tame her temperamental spirit. He attempts this with emotionally abusive behavior, passive-aggressive violence, and trauma. He begins by yelling at the servants. He gives her gifts, then returns them all, insisting they’re not good enough for her. He prevents her from eating (starvation) by insisting the food isn’t good enough for her as well. He does all this in the belief that he decides when she eats and sleeps and in depriving her of her needs will be effective discipline for her submissiveness. He insists the only way to “tame” her is by giving her a dose of her own shrewy medicine. Thus, Petruchio assumes the role of the Shrew — an ill-tempered character with scolding aggression in order to transform his opponent into obedient submission — is but the folklore of the common man’s ill-witted ideas of how to control women. A woman, after all, is obviously a specific type of animal, meant to be tamed but not loved. This is, love is far beyond the common man’s intellectual grasp. Petruchio reveals to the audience his questionable values of “love and knowledge of women.”

Ironically, the term “Shrew” is never applied to ill-tempered men in literary analysis. In folklore, the term is only applied to ill-tempered women, more often used of women of a heroic virago.

It’s ironic that my gang stalking, electronic targeted physical assaults, and psychotronic torture are directed at me so that I don’t become stronger but rather a weaker version of myself, more obedient, submissive, and castrated.

In the early part of colonial New England, during the 16th century through the 18th century, it was against the law to be a “common scold.” Punishments varied by region, but were generally meant to humiliate the guilty party. One caveat stated that “a Shrew or common scold who was profitable could serve her husband well. “

A modern 1972(4) science fiction novel, The Stepford Wives, is a plot spin on Shakespear’s original play “The Taming of The Shrew”. In this version of abuse, the husbands transform their wives through the use of advancing science into perfectly submissive versions of “the perfect spouse”. There is a belief of mind control conspiracy theories by the government targeting innocent civilians in gang stalking, electronic targeted physical assaults, and psychotronic torture used as disciplinarian techniques to “discipline” the offending party and “correct behavior”, however, and it is from folklore and myth where we can come to an understanding of its psychoanalytic roots.

In the modern 21st century, we no longer have laws against “common scolds”, but the “taming” is still being done. It is being done with the tools of advancing technology. Taming to subdue the “aggressive spirit” of personalities and thereby place them into submission with the intention of getting them to perform acts of obedience. I question its use against women and against any individual for that matter. This is your modern-day harbinger. The harbinger for transforming personalities with problems in object relations by other offending parties with personalities with problems in object relations. Thus, the compounded effect of electronic targeting and gang stalking. I believe the hoped-for outcome in this form of experimental treatments of certain individuals through gang stalking, electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture going on in the midst of American society is controlling behavior. However, there are cases where the electronically targeted individuals become so aggressively violent from the electronic harassment, they kill others.

Additionally, the roots of pre-oedipal ambivalence are so prevalent in history, Jan Harold Brunvand uncovers over 400 hundred literary and oral folklore references to “shrews”. The fin de siècle culture is complete with literary and visual art images that depict “hellish women” who wouldn’t listen to their husbands.

Can We Find Any Real Truth in the Creation Myth and in “Gods”?

The roots of the creation myth can be traced back to the ruling elite in the ancient near East. There, the ruling elite had established an industry for producing slaves in human breeding grounds. The Lords who were producing slaves became the “Gods” who were creating humans. Hence, we have the creation myth often referred to in many different legends. Here we see no heavens, no realms of the dead, no spiritual beings with supernatural powers but rather the “Gods” were the Lords who resided on the west bank creating human slaves by raping the “miserable girls,” these ill-tempered shrews who were fighting back from being raped no doubt, in the Lord’s harem. This implies to be a shrew, meant therapeutic rape into subservient obedience. See Idols of Perversity by Bram Dijkstra. This almost gives the notion that these Lords owned their private brothels (female slave prostitutes) whose duty it was to copulate with the Lord. There were public harems as well in which female prostitutes’ children served the interest of the Lord. Children produced in these harems often found their destiny as future indentured servants. Art from the fin de siècle culture depicts an image of vanquished, exhausted women, housed together in a large room of a conquering Lord. These “Gods” or Lords were associated with Egyptian Pharaohs and Kings. There is a Mount Olympus, but it is not Zeus who lives there. The Gods of our modern world are the Lords who control corporate business in the interest of research and development for future industries, especially advancing technologies and in manufacturing.

One term that embodies what gang stalking, electronic targeted physical assaults, and psychotronic torture are all about is the following term:

The “moneyed class” — the networking that is a part of the chain of Dark money.

David Koch and his brother Charles, owners of the second-largest U.S. company in Kansas; an energy-based and manufacturing conglomerate, the brothers’ political spending for special interest clout among the democrats have been revealed in the investigatory research of Jane Mayer’s book Dark Money. The democrats might be the entire reason for gang stalking, electronic targeted physical assaults, and psychotronic torture because of their push for expanded medical coverage among the lower classes. The Clintons are even bigger political spenders and with the push of Obama Care and the Clinton’s and other democrats work with NJ Family Care making healthcare access possible for low-income groups may have opened avenues of access for the research and development of advancing technologies using the lower classes as a test subject research base. If you don’t have medical insurance, you don’t have medical coverage, you can’t gain access to medicines and treatments, and thereby can’t be “treated.”

Basically, the book, Dark Money: The hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the radical right, supports my theory that it is corporate businesses with corporate business owner interests combined with the supportive power of political interest groups that are the reason for gang stalking, electronic targeted physical assaults, and psychotronic torture. As evolving technology advances us forward, marching us ever closer to our doom, new technologies must be experimented with on certain groups. Historically speaking, these groups have been the mentally ill, low-income poor, the incarcerated prison population, people on social hands outs, black slaves, women, and children (Perper & Cina, 2010). These are the targeted populations for the medical community and the advancements of better medicines and “treatments” for our human future. Thus, one of the reasons for targeted individuals (TIs) suffering targeted electronic physical assaults and psychotronic torture is the advancements of technology in the interest of corporate profits for a better future of America. At least, as far as advancing medical technologies and advancing communication technologies go. The world our future antecedents will enjoy will be one built off the human suffrage of the lower classes of today.

Finally, to incorporate the last two myths I’ll refer to the work of Amber Jacobs. These last two myths tie gang stalking, electronic targeted physical assault, and psychotronic torture to the hellish Holocaust that it represents. It is the myth or legend of Aeschylus’ Oresteia and the Myth of Zeus and Metis. If we conduct a literary analysis of the Oresteian myth we discover the Oresteian myth conceals within it the story of the incorporation of Metis by Zeus. Once we reread the Oresteia in relation to the myth of Metis, we discover the defensive function of the Oresteian myth and we discover that the Oresteian myth distorts and reworks the myth of Zeus’ rape and incorporation of Metis in such a complex way its function is to keep it concealed beneath its manifest content much like the gang stalking phenomenonIts defensive function is the desire of the masculine cultural imaginary that seeks to eradicate the process and the memory of the mother’s exclusion and expulsion from the social order. This is the psychoanalytic truth I have uncovered that speaks of a larger problem within the American culture. That is to say, the psychic roots of the eradication and removal of the preoedipal mother; the ambivalent breast. The interesting connection between the rape of Metis by Zeus myth is that Zeus not only rapes Metis and impregnates her, but that he also swallows her up whole and births Athena, his offspring, through his head. Thus, man lacking a vagina of his own, births forth civilization as we know it by the exclusion and expulsion of the preoedipal mother by creating corporate business ventures and advancing technologies. The psychoanalytic roots to the stalking of females may be connected to a defensive psychic function of evacuating and eradicating this “ill-tempered shrew” from his memory.

My hope is that gang stalking, electronic targeted physical assaults, and psychotronic torture will be exposed for the heinous act it represents. The Truth of this phenomenon is rooted in the psychic splitting that can be uncovered in psychoanalysis and not just some “fabled imaginary tale” the victims have “made up.” Tales the perpetrators/controllers/operators cast onto victims through perspecticide and victim-blaming by putting labels on them that read “crazed lunatic,” “basket cases,” and “person who imagines false victimizations.”


William Shakespeare. “The Taming of the Shrew.”

Jan Harold Brunvand. (1979) Reading in American Folklore. New York. W.W. Norton & Company.

Jane Mayer. (2016) Dark Money: The hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the radical right. New York. Anchor: A division of Penguin Random House, LLC.

Joshua A. Perper and Stephen J. Cina. (2010). When Doctors Kill: Who, Why, and How. New York. Copernicus Books.

Amber Jacobs. (2007) On Matricide: Myth, Psychoanalysis, and the Law of the Mother. New York. Columbia University Press. Chapter 5 “Orestreian Secrets: Decrypting Metis.” (pp.65).

“Andrew Moran, associate professor of English at the University of Dallas, in conversation with Professor Michael Scott, explained why liberation from a curse signifies supernatural as well as natural happiness in The Taming of the Shrew.”

How Does Female and Male Identity Capital Play Out In Gang Stalking?

Image: Child Beauty Queen (Identity Marker)

Part of female identity capital (sometimes called culture capital) is body size and weight. I believe culture capital is appropriate because traditionally speaking, the wealthy were thin while lower-class women tended to be “full-bodied.” I’d like to go out on a limb here and say, in Hollywood, there are more black, overweight, female actresses than white actresses. Although shallow and insignificant as this may seem, the truth discovered in the pursuit of psychoanalytic study is this. Narcissistic egos can run deep and men and women are narcissistic. To humiliate and demean an Object in your object-relational world by electronically stimulating a person’s brain in an uncontrolled environment, in random attacks, during sleep, and especially during early waking hours leads to the onset of behavioral change is what narcissists do. This is the intrusive element electronic targeted assaults take as a characteristic of stalking. The early morning hours are no longer the hours the target is allowed to work out. The controller/operator has now decided she must not be allowed an avenue to health. Why? Working out provides health benefits such as stress reduction and maintenance, lower blood sugar, lower blood pressure, and heart health. According to the controller/operator, this is a crime that must not be defined as murder because there is no statute of limitations on murder, therefore it must remain ambiguous and hard to define. After all, it is a cultural murder, a murder of female identity capital. When you can’t define the crime, how can you prosecute it for what it truly represents?

“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.”

Gangstalking, electronic targeted physical assaults, and psychotronic torture are a form of derision. The bullying, tyranny, and unfair treatment of marginalized groups are tolerated in some third-world countries like Afghanistan and India, but in the United States of America, it is outlawed. We have stalking laws.

The Coward Hides His Face

The coward hides his face, and exposing the coward’s face to the broader group about the abuse he represents is the power the operator/controller hands over to the victim. I have that power because I am the victim. The difference in “identity status,” to some women, is represented as characteristics such as youth, beautydress size, and wallet size. The paranoid fear that dances around the shadows of someone suffering the mental illness of the paranoid splitting rooted in the castration complex, when a lack of this insider identity is realized as well as the lack of identifiers that would signify status recognition such as youth, beauty, dress size, become the very objects of coveted envy. Coveted envy leads to callous hatred, acts of clandestine violence, and forms in believed narcissistic supremacy. John Steinbeck said it best when he said in poverty his daughter would be envious and in riches, she would be a snob. “Money does not change the sickness, only the symptoms.” Identity capital is a form of currency. All those things we hold dear to us that give us our identity. What are they? Are you the fastest swimmer? Are you the fastest runner? Are you the fastest problem solver? Are you athletic? Are you the most beautiful in your family? What are you better at and who would capitalize the most on making sure you don’t have those skills?

I have a brother-in-law who has all the finest things. He is like this. If, I have hummingbirds visit my yard because I garden and plant flowers. Once he finds out, he must “one-up me.” Everything seems to be a competition. He purchased a trellis and beautiful flowering plant that attracts hummingbirds. At one point, I was using a digital camera to take pictures and I voiced a wish to buy a good camera and become a better photographer. What does he do? Buys a professional camera and goes out of his way to “show it off.” It’s petty but maddening. It would appear he’s the covetous type. He is also tied to my same-sex twin sibling. I call her my Dark Twin.

After I had begun to be electronically targeted with physical electronic assaults that prevented me from doing work. (I am a diabetic and I need to physically move my body to burn blood sugar). My brother-in-law and sister both came to my garden and ripped out everything I planted and threw it away and re-arranged it to produce more food because she said, “You can’t take care of it anymore.” Is this why I’m being electronically tortured? So they can have my garden? He violated my boundaries that day because some of those plants I purchased and cultivated to a bigger size. And now, I find myself targeted. I’m being abused by some unseen force (electro-magnetic) that sends vibrational energy to points located in my body (lower abdomen and head/teeth). I wonder, is he the one who is doing this? Are their accomplices involved? Since the concept of stalking denotes a pattern of repeated, unwanted intrusion by one person into the life of another in a manner that causes distress, disruption, or fear, I am fairly secure in saying I am being stalked. Stalking often employees third-parties in what is called “proxy stalking.” After the recognition of equal rights for women and the prosecution of domestic violence, stalking has become an unacceptable behavior in the Western world. Stalking is a social construct that arises in particular social and cultural contexts.

My next-door neighbors at 1241 Indiana have people from India as either visitors or relatives to their home environment. I’m looking at them as suspects because of the socialcultural, and ethnic differences some Indian men possess in beliefs toward their women. The issues in Afghanistan, following the fall of Kabul surrounding women’s rights, are a perfect example of how oppression works and the cultural capital of identity is promoted and thereby demoting other identities in the process. To describe an example, a man from India or from Afghanistan might promote his “authentic authority” based on his gender, positional of power, masculine identity, and wealth as a man while systematically demoting “inauthentic identities” such as girls, women, the poor, those who helped the Americans during the Afghan war. This is a gendered/status refusal tied to the imaginary symbolics in philosophy and the muting of feminine voices based on gender politics. The female silenced body is rendered in Plato’s cave metahphor.

Take this information back to the beginning of the post, in what I said in the opening. Part of female identity capital (sometimes called culture capital) is body size and weight. I believe culture capital is appropriate because traditionally speaking, the wealthy were thin while lower-class women tended to be “full-bodied.” To torture a woman for this purpose would be to “one down her identity capital.” And as I said, a female’s identity capital is no different than men’s. It is all bound to those identity markers and status symbols, that marks us as the “signified” by “the signifier.” What are your identity and status markers? These are some examples of identity markers; male/female, fat/thin, 30s/40s, white/black, beautiful/unattractive, prim/careless, adorned/unadorned, educated/uneducated, employed/unemployed, father/nonparent, Polish/German, immigrant/citizen, competitive athlete/non-competitive, academic/nonacademic? These are your identity markers and your status markers. How well do you know your enemies?

Additionally, identity markers and status markers are perceptions about ourselves and others that define how we see ourselves and others and what makes us who we are.

In abusive relationships, the abused individual losses internal competency that results in depression, anxiety, suicidal ideations, which may lead to self-destructive behavior patterns. This resulting from long-term abuse of electronic physical assaults and psychotronic torture that leave the targeted subjects less productive than they were before. It then places the targeted subject in a state of debilitating or deteriorated physical condition with feelings of worthlessness, badness (no good), powerlessness, and hopelessness as a result of the targeting. At 53, I should not be identifying with my 88-year-old mother who is debilitated from old age. This is what electronic targeted physical assaults with psychotronic torture accomplishes.

Political operatives with a network of associates directed by their political operatives, with vast amounts of money, to target certain individuals through clandestine investigations to impugn whistle-blowers, journalists, and those seeking to expose government corruption are nothing new to the psychoanalytic theatre stage of deception and seduction. In the book, Dark Money, Jane Mayer spent five years conducting hundreds of interviews-including with several sources within the network-and scoured public records, private papers, and court proceedings in reporting this book. In a taut and utterly convincing narrative, she traces the byzantine trail of the billions of dollars spent by the network and provides vivid portraits of the colorful figures behind the new American oligarchy.

What’s my point? There are over 100,000 American citizens claiming to be the victims of a clandestine targeting operation that gang stalks, eavesdrops, using advanced technology to target and disable them. Who are the ones that will be profiting off of this phenomenon? Investors to the next generation of advancing technologies?

What further compounds the problem? Some of these targeted American citizens come from abusive homes (already with psychiatric issues) and the fact they are being further abused facilitates a narrative that supports the primary political operatives’ goals and agenda. It goes back to what I spoke about at the beginning of this post; killing off identity capital. Part of the identity of the individual is being replaced (behavioral changes). Part of the identity capital of being feminine is most certainly body image, body size, dress size, clothing apparel, dress accessories, youth, and beauty. To attack any one of those identifying characteristics is to commit identity murder or a form of femicide. My psychology is feminine psychology rooted in theories of female development.

My question is this. How are targeted subjects who come from abusive family homes supposed to transcend their abuse in recovery if the abuse is compounded by continued electronic/psychotronic targeted violence? The answer to that question is: It is the political operative who has deemed the targeted subjects as an “unvaluable group” deserving of experimental research and development for profit against a marginalized group of individuals whose lives “don’t really matter.”


Jane Mayer. (2016). “Dark Money: The hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the radical right.” New York. Anchor Books: A Division of Random House, LLC.

Blizard, Ruth & Bluhm, Ann. (1994). Attachment to the abuser: Integrating object-relations and trauma theories in treatment of abuse survivors. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training. 31. 383–390. 10.1037/0033–3204.31.3.383.

Ellnor Greenberg, Ph.D. “How Do You Develop Whole Object Relations as an Adult?” Understanding Narcissism. Posted February 11, 2019. Retrieved online August 18, 2021.

The Phenomenology of Gang Stalking, The Lacanian Mirror, and H.G. Wells’ The Invisible Man: A comparative analysis

IMAGE: H.G. Wells’ “The Invisible Man”

Updated: August 5, 2021

“Yet the gang stalking experience has been subject to little scientific study. This paper reports an attempt to elicit the core phenomena allowing them “to emerge de novo” through the qualitative analysis of accounts of individuals who describe being gang-stalked.” [quotation marks added by the author] (1)

I found the phrase “to emerge de novo” interesting because this phenomenon is a relatively new phenomenon but for women, it has its historical roots in oppressive behavior by mainstream male patriarchy. Although this paper’s use of 50 descriptions they found that satisfy the inclusion criteria identified from the internet and subjected to content analysis, I find an association with “Fifty Shades of Grey” to discuss the sadistic attacks taken upon innocent citizens. The study confirmed the seriousness of the sequelae of the gang-stalking experience.

Stalking Defined

Stalking denotes a pattern of repeated, unwanted intrusion by one person into the life of another in a manner that causes distress, disruption, or fear. The concept was introduced in the late 1980s to describe a form of interpersonal aggression that, although common through the ages, had come to be socially unacceptable in the western world after recognition of equal rights for women and the prosecution of domestic violence.

This behavior was formerly acceptable prior to and through the Women’s Civil Rights Movements and Black Civil Rights Movements and acts as a testament to violent aggression found in men. His proclivity towards boundary violations, war, destruction, and the tearing down of individual autonomy. At the heart of the psychological research in understanding the phenomenon lies the paranoid-schizoid position.

Stalking can be employed by one person or it can be employed by a group of individuals some of who act as “proxy stalkers.” The researchers in this paper I have cited in the opening quote have taken gang stalking to mean stalking committed by three or more individuals.

This information was not part of the research paper but it can be assumed the primary stalker usually enjoying some type of respect and comraderies among the group of other stalkers with whom he engages and who may be deemed as “friends” and “business associates.” Here I would like to note the existence of some type of “mafia mentality” and “entitlement” to another person’s privacy.

Here I would like to note the importance in research conflict trends and conflict drivers which will place the stalker in a position where he takes control over his targets (subjects). Since there is the element of the use of multiple players as stalkers, the research paper pointed out that when there were three or more people committing the stalking, it was much harder for the victims to identify his or her assailant (6.8%) and could not even identify one single assailant. This is problematic because when you go to the police they want “a name” of someone the victim thinks might be responsible for the stalking. At which point the victim may be at a loss to identify her stalker because it becomes confusing when three or more stalkers are involved.

The researchers of this study noted a blind spot of the study which was the paper’s inability to define the fear component of stalking. In cases of coercive control, the fear component usually manifests as withdrawal, and/or the victim may shut down completely. I compare the movie The Invisible Man which was released in theatres in 2020. It reprises the novel originally written by H.G. Wells in 1897 and to which another novel was written with the same title in 1952 by Ralph Ellison. An aspect of the component of fear is the manifestation of sadism toward the stalker. At the end of the movie, the main character, Cecelia Kass, believes she is being stalked and gaslit by her wealthy, but dead husband. He leaves her $5 million but his last will and testament stipulate she must not be found guilty of a crime or lose her sanity in order to keep the money. At which point, we can come to an understanding of the reason the entire deceptive plot unfolded. Find Cecelia Kass guilty of murder, and thereby, criminally insane. The historically themed plot of the fin de siècle culture rears its ugly head again. Find the innocent, defiant, and capricious women “crazy.”

The similarities in the historical psychiatric abuses of women, that is to say, females who find themselves gang stalked with electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture, and the plot in the movie The Invisible Man are uncanny. In the end, like most abused women, they seek solutions by fighting back using the same method and tactics used by their victimizers. In the movie character’s case, she commits murder and makes it look like her husband committed suicide. The smoke and mirrors of deception, the illusion cast by “the mirror.” In the movie’s case, “the mirror” is Adrian, and his reflection is cast upon this new identity that emerges in Cecilia. In Lacanian psychoanalysis, at least in theory, the mirror stage can also be achieved through inducing fear. Because the inability to define the fear component of the stalking paper cited is at a loss, we may be unable to draw any foresight for what that might mean (e.g., humiliation). When fear finally steals away a person’s capacity for making rational decisions, it re-shapes the subject (in this case Cecilia Kass) in the image of “the mirror.” And thus, we can come to an understanding of the biopolitic that is involved in using electronic torture and psychiatric abuse against innocent victims. Classic, text-book, smoke, and mirrors of the Victorian Age emerging de novo in the form of advanced technological weapons and the stereotypical “Miss Havisham” images, the spectral spinster figure haunting western imagination as an emblem of ostensibly “unjustified” and “unjustifiable” female rage. Thereby uncovering the repository for masculine fears and fantasies about women, age, sexuality, and power. The conventional representations of “Miss Havisham” is that envisaged image of irrational, imbittered, and narcissistic old woman and those that construct her as a representation of unjustifiable rage against the intersecting forces of patriarchy, capitalism, and toxic masculinity.

“An angry woman is an unstable one, her rage never able to be understood as something correct and justifiable, only unwieldy and volatile.” ~Clementine Ford (2)

This places Adrian as one of the most pathetic and disgusting human beings imaginable. As “the mirror,” he manifests through psychological conjuring the image of a type of “Miss Havisham” from Charles Dickens’ play “Great Expectations.” Havisham’s love does not bring forth love, but instead greed, betrayal, and deception. In the analysis of The Invisible Man“Miss Havisham” is really Andrian Griffin. Like Miss Havisham, he preserves himself and his house just as it was while he was married to Cecilia claiming he was beat-up by his brother and held prisoner in his own house. Shutting out the outside world, he feigns suicide. To exact his revenge on his wife, Cecilia, for leaving him he heartlessly manipulates her until she becomes as bitter and lost in her own pain as he. This is what electronic targeted physical assaults (torture) and psychotronic torture tries to accomplish. Adrian, in using his experimental optics suits to acquire invisibility, uses advancing technology as a transitional object to feign off the fear and anxiety of the depressive type of loss.

Additionally, in my analysis of my gang stalking with electronic targeted assaults and psychotronic torture, it is important to note that the deception in the vertical arrangement of daughter-mother, in the comparative literary symbolism of Great Expectations, written by Charles Dickens, of Miss Havisham and her daughter Estella, is a stereotypical assumption within a family. I believe the analysis of Miss Havisham is of a wealthy, eccentric old woman who lives in a manor house where she is often manic and seems insane, flitting around in her home wearing a faded wedding dress, keeping a decaying feast on her table, and surrounding herself with clocks stopped at twenty minutes to nine. Because Miss Havisham was jilted by her fiancé minutes before her wedding, and now she has a vendetta against all men. She deliberately raises her daughter Estella to be the tool of her vengeance, training her beautiful ward to break men’s hearts. This symbolism is commonly cast upon woman labeled “vamps” or “insatiable animals” called “cougars.” These are symbols of feminine evil rooted in fin de siècle culture. These are mostly delusional representations. One may appear “Miss Havisham” like or even “Emily Grierson” like, but no one is an exact replica of “Miss Havisham” or William Faulkner’s “Emily Grierson” although uncanny similarities may appear in actual cases. It’s important to note that stereotypes don’t serve us very well.  But in my case, it is a case of the projection of feminine evil onto Object other or the “femme fatale” symbolic manifesting out of rejection which can cast a bullseye on people’s backs and makes them targets for violence. This is how violence toward transgender females in which eccentric and strange behaviors are associated with “evil.” Just because you may act “weird,” even violent, doesn’t mean you are crazy or Aboriginal. Even Winston Churchill had more in common with Hitler than history would like to tell. Why? Churchill, as a white supremacist, took part in what he called “a lot of jolly little wars against barbarous peoples” in Africa. He believed Africans were violent, not because the Brits were invading their land, but because they had a “strong aboriginal propensity to kill.” According to Churchill, these Africans were violent, not because they were defending themselves against invasion, but because they were fundamentally “unrefined animals.” 

I believe, this was someone’s twisted perception about my family’s vertical matriarchy and patriarchy and which has contributed to our electronic torture/targeting and psychotronic torture. This symbolic, mean, old spinster, witch and warlock alike, has been cast and recast in many literary works. Perhaps the one re-casting of the warped and twisted character of Emily Grierson written by William Faulkner entitled “A Rose for Emily.” Instead of a decaying feast left on the table, like in Miss Havisham’s case, Emily Grierson kept her love interest, Homer Barron’s, decaying corpse in the bedroom, perfectly preserved and to which she slept with every night.  

It is interesting to note, that in Faulkner’s work, there is a connection to antebellum Southern aristocracy and the ruling will of the Queen. This themed absolutism, law of the mother, law of the land in matricidal theory are bound in notions of The Dead Mother which reverberate in Miss Havisham’s character cold-hearted vendetta against all men. Idols of Perversity and fantasies of feminine evil of fin de siècle culture. My point is, sometimes it’s not the woman who is the evil person pulling the strings, it’s a projection being cast upon the woman by a hidden operator seeking to de-throne her and who most often is a man. 

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On Falsehood, The Impostor, and The Object Within: Psychoanalyzing gang stalking, electronic physical assaults, and psychotronic torture

This artwork depicts “hidden objects” and is used as a trick of the eye. Although I couldn’t find an artwork that depicted the child as the “hidden object within,” we all have a child hiding inside of us. Many of the hidden illustrated artworks are of “old men” and “old women.” Death, I suppose, being that one pinnacle primitive fear.

Post originally published over on December 22, 2020. It has since been updated.

“Common to all these cases is a profound disturbance of the sublimation process which follow altogether from the failure in the synthesis of the different infantile identifications into a unique and integrated personality and from the faulty, lopsided, purely intellectual sublimation of the instincts. According to H. Deutsch, the aetiology of this state of affairs is, above all, linked to the devaluation of the object used by the child as a model for its personality.” (p. 72)(1)

It seems to me, the study of Falsehood in psychoanalysis becomes a versatile tool in understanding many faulty, lopsided, sublimation of the instincts. For example, a modern study, “The Impostor — A Contribution to Ego Psychology of a Type of Psychopath” (1955) by Helen Deutsch examines the odd nature of the tie to reality in this disturbance of psychopathy. The concatenation of psychic forces involved in both extreme narcissism and its opposite, for example, the need for others, makes for an “orientation toward reality,” but reality is viewed as a stage for the performer, with humanity as the admiring audience. (2) The disturbed personality is not just the personality of the sexual “pervert” or of transgender homosexual difference. The disturbed personality can be triggered by interpersonal events that cause a failure in the synthesis of infantile identifications. According to Freud in his analysis of “The Wolf-Man” (1918):

“…this contingency, he behaved as children in general behave when they are given an unwished for piece of information, whether sexual or of any other kind. He rejected what was new (in our case, from motives connected with his fear of castration) and clung fast to what was old.” (p. 44) (3)

In a category of crime known as Murder-Suicide (M-S), we see the narcissistic loss of the Ego Ideal. This is closely tied to the fragility and fault lines of masculinity which I will speak more of shortly. But sadly, many homosexual and transgender individuals commit suicide for similar reasons such as the narcissistic loss of the Ego Ideal. It is also interesting to note, that we never see women in the role of a mass random shooter in acts of M-S. The reason for this can be simply attributed to the differences in gender identifications unique to males and females. I’d like to provide some psychoanalytic insight. Here I’d like to refer to the work of Jessica Benjamin “The Bonds of Love: Psychoanalysis, Feminism, and the Problem of Domination” (1988) of which Lucy Holmes spoke of in her book “The Internal Triangle: Theories on Female Development” (2008):

“Childbirth seems to help a woman experience herself as what Benjamin (1988) called “sovereign equal” to a man — and not by a defensive imitation of masculine power, but by an identification with a truly female power.” (p. 35) (4)

Childbirth, on an unconscious level, finally makes women Oedipal winners with the childish fantasy of obtaining a penis/child from their father at last fulfilled. In terms of phallic imagery, endowed by nature, women are given many more phallic body parts than men. Men are given a penis. But during puberty, women are given body parts that develop into; two breasts, two hips, and a rear-end. I cite these body parts because of their proclivity towards largeness due to high concentrations of adipose cells.

Objects can generate fearenvyhate, and repudiation in the psyche of the person observing them. For women who have been raised by phallic mothers, the repudiation of the pregnant body may engender the apprehension of abuses received at the hands of an abusive mother and the oppression that went along with those abuses. For in pregnancy, a woman will have become their mother, a fact she cannot run and hide from. Her most feared object. It is for this reason we use metaphor to demonstrate because metaphor crosses the bar of repression to facilitate the poetic emergence of meaning.

Yet, in another vein, if the woman becomes the “sovereign equal” to the man’s penis, then how threatening this might be for the disturbed personality who either fears this powerful image because one has not allowed for the validation of his/her pregenital infertile penis to achieve some mode of recognition or power. Generally, healthy recognition or “power” is achieved through one’s choice of occupation and maintained through healthy relationships and support structures. This is yet another clue in the analysis of electronically targeted individuals (TIs). The perpetrator maybe someone who has never achieved a healthy mode of recognition or “power”.

Yet most women fear, hate, and repudiate the largeness associated with pregnancy and the protruding bulging belly. I will venture to say, that most women are feminists in this regard because the female pregnant body as an imago represents abuse and oppression by the female counterparts; patriarchy. Her body then betrays her too by “binding” her with excessive flesh, fatty areas, and bulkiness. Historically, patriarchy has been hell-bent on binding women to a house, a child, and a life that is spent in endless domestic servitude to others; unpaid servitude. For it is women who are expected to sacrifice their independent wishes for the benefit of the whole and not the other way around. Masculinities play a part not just in the Achilles Complex, which I will discuss again, but it also plays a part in the psyche of women. For we are all raised by two Objects; one male and one female and both masquerade as the unconscious Objects from within.

On Psychic Masculinity

The first psychic fault line of masculinity involves gender and selfhood in relation to women and femininity. Men’s (and women’s) relationships to women, forged originally in the relationship to the mother, bring up a range of threats to masculinity and the male’s (and female’s) sense of self — especially fears of dependency, abandonment, and loss of self, as well as intolerance and fear of women’s sexuality. (For women, I have said it is the fear of the female pregnant body in all its largeness, a fear at first thought of as not normally belonging to men. Men’s phallic endowment is admired, even fantasized about by some men.)

We observe a negotiation of maleness in relation to the mother and it is seen as the dominance of masculinity. This masculine development is “not female,” and is “not subordinate” to women, which is one of the components of masculinity. On the flip side of this masculinity theory would be the woman who refuses to be dependent on the male, thereby possessing masculinities herself. Masculinity in women, here, has to do, fundamentally, with “not being a weak or a dependent woman,” but possessing virility (here phallic power is seen in terms of fertility or sexual power) and control. Freud, Horney, Stroller, and many psychoanalytic feminists have shown how the repudiation of women and fears of feminization (becoming the subordinate sex), beginning with the threat of a humiliating inadequacy vis-a-vis the powerful mother, are developmentally fundamental to masculinity and tied to “a male sense of self” and not being the woman. For women with phallic mothers, this fear may manifest as the repudiation of maternity and ultimately the repudiation of the female, not only the pregnant body but the complete feminine bodice because this would render the child impotent, a subordinate and infertile being like in traditional Freudian femininity.

Because of this developmental context, issues of selfhood as well as of gender 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. The female sense of self may be more interested in protecting itself from the abuses, oppression, and castration connected through the male phallus to maternity (ie: historical oppression by patriarchy). (*) I’ll discuss this further in a moment at the end of this post. Masculinity thus defines itself not only as not-femininity and not-mother, in a way that traditional femininity is not cast primarily as not-masculinity or not-father. For the most part, seeing the self as not the other, defining the self in opposition to the other, does not seem generally as important to women as to men, nor does merging seem as threatening (see Chodorow, 1978, 1979). Dominant masculinities that result in extreme violence are defensive strategies that may be employed when faced with a powerful female presence or a powerful male presence who may seek to emasculate. But here I am comparing a tendency to pit femininity against itself in opposition to the traditional mother or pure forms of femininity. Rather it is in not being “the mother” but more about being “the father” where childbearing is feared and repudiated thus placing importance on the theory of phallic monism.

Humiliation seems in some way to affect men and women in different ways, this 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 a grown woman. However, the humiliation of a woman by another woman, (the feminine pitted against the feminine) is a scenario I’m interested in working out as a woman’s own possessed sense of masculinity may be sparked in psychic defense against castration of feared Objects in her relational world.

The male’s need to maintain his masculinity against the threat of feminization and developmentally related anxieties of identity and selfhood has been well theorized, but we need to consider a second fault line pertaining to men. For men, individual and cultural narcissism and humiliation derive also, and perhaps more prominently, from male-to-male relationships than from the relationships of men to women. An equal and fundamental component of male selfhood and identity to the dynamic of male as not-female (not weak or impotent) — a fundamental dynamic that perhaps particularly underpins terrorism and other male political and ethnic violence — in masculinity as being an adult man and not a little boy. Humiliation, specifically, is especially male-to-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. As much as it is being not-female, then, masculinity is not being a boy/child (or weak and impotent) in relation to an adult/father, and it is signaled psychically by not being subordinate to, shamed by, or humiliated by other men (or women). Gay male psychoanalytic writing has been particularly clear about how a becoming-gay, not-masculine-enough little boy (thinking back to the father of the peewee goalie, we might extend this in some cases to any son who displays softness, not tough behavior) can feel rejected and turned away from by his father.

In order to capture the intense and driven power in male psychology of male-male/superordinate-subordinate conflict, I would suggest that men are vulnerable to an Achilles Complex, that a core developmental and psychodynamic narrative comes not from Sophocles but from Homer. Who can forget the opening lines of the Iliad, when Homer calls on the goddess to sing of Achilles’ rage at Agamemnon and in a few short lines summarizes for us how this rage will almost destroy the Greeks? Achilles is a junior man, powerless, humiliated, and taunted by Agamemnon, a senior man who already has a wife and children. On a whim, to feed his own narcissism and to humiliate and taunt this challenging young warrior, Agamemnon takes away Achilles’ prize, Briseis, a woman of Achilles’, not of Agamemnon’s, generation. In his sulking retreat bred of humiliation, Achilles does not care if the entire war is lost. There is a woman involved her, certainly — Briseis (and earlier in the narrative, Agamemnon has sacrificed his own daughter Iphigenia, who had been promised to Achilles) — but the attachment to her seems minor compared to Achilles’ passion about his treatment by Agamemnon.

As the invocation of Achilles would imply, the superordinate-subordinate male-to-male relationship may particularly underpin terrorism and other male political and ethnic violence. Another way to formulate this mythic developmental story is to suggest that the Achilles heel of men and boys — that is, of both father’s and the son’s generation — is the fear of narcissistic humiliation by another man, or by other men, and that the currency of this humiliation is often capricious and arbitrary control through war and conquest, or the monopolization, not of the mother, but of younger women who should rightfully belong to the younger man. (5)

Analysis of the Group Phenomenon Known as Electronically Targeted Individuals

Originally, I was going to do this analysis from two different axis; one male and one female before I realized it would behave exactly the same for both. They both work out the same. You’ll see, I typed as I was originally working it through:

From the Male Axis of Traditional Masculinity

Here we can analyze the targeting of individuals through electronic harassment and torture from both axes; from the male axis, the targeting is being carried out based on fears of abandonment, loss of self, fears of castration, and the humiliation received by another male. The perpetrator being empowered by a sense of masculine dominance using the electronic tether, thereby absolving fears of being abandoned, castrated, and humiliated. He could never be perceived as “a weak little girl” or “effeminate.” Also, if the Object target is a love object, they will always be kept close together, united by the electronic tether thereby eluding fears of abandonment and castration.

From the Female Axis of Masculinity (Pitting the female against another female)

The female axis of masculinities found in electronic targeting works by controlling fears of abandonment, loss of selfhood, fears of castration, and humiliation by the Object Other being targeted. She is being empowered by a sense of dominance which seeks to alleviate fears of being impotent and weak. But there are other facets to the psyche of this person. The psyche of the person doing the electronic targeting possesses the knowledge that women fear largeness, that all women seem to fear the female pregnant body which renders the Object (the female pregnant Object or symbol of the maternal Object) a subordinate and impotent and effeminate being. This is what made me believe at first the original perpetrator was or is a being belonging to womanhood. This is something understood by most female psychoanalysts who study female development. By using electronic torture, the perpetrator creates a situation where the female Object is rendered and kept a humiliated and a repudiated Object, a doormat. The Object of female largeness, that image of the maternal Object with protruding bulging belly that is most feared and repudiated is a staged recapitulation of the original humiliation, it recaptures and plays out the past trauma, the former psychic humiliation from which the masculinities of the torture are being employed. Although it is by passive-aggressive means of degradation and humiliation of the targeted Object, the electromagnetic tether (electronic device) must act like a counter-phobic object; a security blanket or an unconscious fantasy-based object of self-defense that protects the perpetrator like a cloak. Like the “Wolf-Man” (1918), the contingency is that the child behaves like children often do when they receive an unwished-for piece of information. The child rejects the new information and clings tightly to the old, obsolete past. And so, it is with the intention and psychic need that perpetrator merge the Object’s image with the image of the phallic mother, that maternal feared and hated Object which has reawakened her anxieties surrounding past fears of abandonment, loss, and separation in early childhood. This image of the maternal imago, at least in the psyche of the perpetrator, would be most humiliating and castrating in the psyche of the targeted Object who is perceived as being on par with the hated maternal Object. By stealing away the targeted Object’s fertility (her youthful sexuality by putting a prohibition on physical exercise and handing down a penal sentence of perpetual torture), her power is castrated, and it is replaced with the hated love Object’s image from the perpetrator former past; the staged dereliction can be presented to a viewing audience as a scene of illusion by a master illusionist. For the targeted Object has now become the Object of derelict from the “good breast”, the all-loved maternal image, and replaced as the hated maternal image belonging to the “bad breast”. In this staged theatrical seduction, she thereby merges the target Object (which has now become the hated love Object from her past or that Object belonging to the “bad breast”). With this image, she brings the target Object closer to humiliation, annihilation, and thus, ultimately psychic death. But I fear there is more anal-sadism to this, like an actual mortal death for the targeted Object as the perpetrator’s ultimate goal may be in complete annihilation. Here we can return to Judith Butler’s two works, The Psychic Life of Power: Theories in subjection and The Force of Non-Violence: An ethico-political bind. We can understand the reason behind the manifestation of such violence as an attempt to “form the subject” and, in another vein, an attempt to deem certain populations “livable” and other populations “non-livable.” That is to say, certain populations “valuable” and other populations “non-valuable.”

It cannot be denied that what we see here, as in theatrical stage performances, is the creation of an anal-sadistic universe, an undeniable desire to place a targeted Object symbolically in the place of the love-hated Object (the Oedipal mother). An artful creation that displays and exemplifies the targeted Object as the repudiated and distasteful image. Upon carefully examining the pre-text, we find that the acting-out is always present and that the creation itself may be considered as an acting-out aimed at miraculously restoring the virility of the penis. It is the gap between reality and illusion, or the gap between a young boy’s prepubescent infertile penis (ie: his castrated penis) and the virility of the father’s potent mighty, and a bigger than life sized penis; omnipotent and all-powerful.

Originally, you can see, I thought this might work out as a Female Masculinity but in reality, phallic mothers can affect both male and female children in the same way. All you have to do is change the pronoun from “he” to “she” in the above passage.

Now, the electronic targeting of individuals holds real implications to an experimental design in social science, thereby facilitating introjections in the psyche of individuals. When people are forced into castration, and one they have no absolute control over because it’s invisible, one of two things can happen: sublimation or psychosis. That is, the targeted object accepts their weakened, subordinate, and effeminate position or they foreclose upon it completely and take action. This has happened, sometimes violently in people claiming they suffer from the phenomenon. The radio frequency signals are cast from a carefully concealed distance thereby skillfully hiding his/her identity. Something must be said about proximity in relation to the targeted Object of electronic targeted physical assaults and psychotronic torture.

“To be dominated by a power external to oneself is a familiar and agonizing form power takes. To find, however, that what one is, one’s very formation as a subject, is in some sense dependent upon that very power is quite another. We are used to thinking of power as what presses on the subject from the outside, as what subordinates, sets underneath, and relegates to a lower order. This is surely a fair description of part of what power does. . . .Foucault. . . . understands power as forming the subject as well, as providing the very condition of its existence and the trajectory of its desire, then power is not simply what we oppose but also, in a strong sense, what we depend on for our existence and what we harbor and preserve in the beings that we are.” ~Judith Butler, The Psychic Life of Power: Theories in subjection

(*) Referring back to boundaries that need to be protected with regard to a being’s sense of self. The reason aggression, in any form, should never be excised from the psyche is because aggression is what allows the individual animal its self-defenses. Imagine taking a wild tiger from the African Savannah and de-clawing and de-toothing the animal so that it could not kill. What would the long-term outcome for the tiger be? Ultimately, death because it could not adequately feed itself the necessary nutritional requirement based on an African Savannah plant-based diet.

Reading Sources:

(1) Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel. (1984) Creativity and Perversion. London, England. Free Association Books. Chapter 7, “A Psychoanalytic Study of ‘Falsehood’” (p 72).

(2) Helen Deutsch. (1955) The impostor: contribution to ego psychology of a type of psychopath. The Psychoanalytic Quarterly. Vol. 80, №4. Published October 2011 (pp. 1000–5–24).

(3) Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel. (1984) Creativity and Perversion. London, England. Free Association Books. Chapter 5, “A Re-reading of Wolf-Man” (p. 44).

(4) Lucy Holmes. (2008). The Internal Triangle: Theories of Female Development. New York. Jason Aronson. Chapter 2, “The Object Within” (p. 35).

(5) Nancy J. Chodorow (2012). Individualizing Gender and Sexuality: Theory and Practice. New York. Routledge. Chapter 9, “Hate, Humiliation, and Masculinity”, (p. 121–136).

(6) Judith Butler. (1997). The Psychic Life of Power: Theories in subjection. Stanford, California. Stanford University Press.

(7) Judith Butler. (2021). The Force of Non-Violence: An ethico-poltical bind. New York. Verso Publishing.