Pneumiatry Versus Psychiatry

Pneumiatry teaches you how to keep your sanity. Psychiatry teaches you nothing.

Psychiatry is actually a collection of competing groups. These groups, in effect, do not agree with each other about anything.

Pneumiatry has a 100% success rate.

Psychiatry has a 0% success rate though it has been used by the legal system to help to keep many murderous psychopaths off the streets.

Mind Healers Are Fools

This article is intended for people who are in control of all of their faculties. If you feel like you are losing control, go and see someone, whether it be a friend, a pastor, a priest, a psychologist, a psychiatrist, etc., etc.

Do not turn to psychologists, psychiatrists, and other so-called “mind healers” for knowledge of how your mind works. I am a psychologist and psychiatrist and I will tell you that these mind healers are fools!

However, among their writings, here and there, you will find some important truths. Therefore, I recommend that you consult their writings. Do not, however, go to the psychologist and psychiatrist authors themselves. This is because they are in it for the money and, more important, because they are not teachers but rather are obfuscators. Obfuscators deliberately make it impossible to learn. The reason they do this is that, if you knew what they know, you wouldn’t need them anymore and they would stop making money.

Now, I have spent over 50 years reading, reviewing, and studying their writings and have extracted all of the vital information that you need. In addition, my research team has, collectively, spent over 10,000 years adding to my research and my technology team has used our AI supercomputer Collosus and our Nemesis program (a next-generation statistical program) to extract over ten billion pages of critical published content from the massive libraries of behavioral science (“mental science”) writings.

Orange Reality Versus Red Reality

There are two types of reality – orange reality and red reality.

Orange reality is unconsciously tentative (unresolved [uncertain]) reality correctly believed to be reality.

Red reality is unconsciously tentative (unresolved [uncertain]) reality unconsciously incorrectly believed to be reality.

In nontechnical, though possibly confusing, language:

Orange reality is real realtiy.

Red reality is unreal reality.

Finally, red reality is not unreality (fantasy).

How To Tell If You Are A Stupid Christian

This article is intended for people who are in control of all of their faculties. If you feel like you are losing control, go and see someone, whether it be a friend, a pastor, a priest, a psychologist, a psychiatrist, etc., etc.

One way to tell if you are a stupid Christian is if you believe that the Bible contains everything you need to know about how your mind works. Now, be careful. Do not turn to psychologists, psychiatrists, and other so-called “mind healers” for knowledge of how your mind works. I am a psychologist and psychiatrist and I will tell you that these mind healers are a thousand times more stupid than the stupidest Christian.

However, among their writings, here and there, you will find some important truths. Therefore, you may consult their writings. Do not, however, go to the psychologist and psychiatrist authors themselves. This is because they are in it for the money and, more important, because they are not teachers but rather are “obfuscators.” Obfuscators deliberately make it impossible to learn. The reason they do this is that, if you knew what they know, you wouldn’t need them anymore and they would stop making money.

Now, I have spent over 50 years reading, reviewing, and studying their writings and have extracted all of the vital information that you need. In addition, my research team has, collectively, spent over 10,000 years adding to my research and my technology team has used our AI supercomputer Collosus and our Nemesis program (a next-generation statistical program) to extract over ten billion pages of critical published content from the massive libraries of behavioral science (“mental science”) writings.

Some Robot Delusions Are Normal

First, a delusion is a false belief. Now, a robot delusion is a false belief that you have stopped believing but that you suddenly find yourself robotically (automatically), irresistibly believing again.

A robot delusion is a mental truth (see Is There Pointless Suffering? (Question Answered for an explanation of mental truth). For example, the common, recurrent belief that certain suffering is pointless is a robot delusion. Now, this robot delusion is a good delusion.

It is good because, even though it is false, it motivates us to prevent or end certain suffering.

Another common, recurrent robot delusion (mental truth) is the false belief that you will suffer forever if a certain bad thing happens. Note, in passing, that the belief you will suffer forever in hell if God does not rescue you is not a robot delusion.

The purpose of the robot delusion that you will suffer forever if a certain bad thing happens is seen in what it causes a person to do. This robot delusion causes a person to temporarily set aside any learned way to avoid the “bad thing” and to begin looking for a new way to avoid the “bad thing.” To be crystal clear:

The purpose of the robot delusion that you will suffer forever if a certain bad thing happens is to cause you to temporarily set aside any learned way to avoid the “bad thing” and to begin looking for a new way to avoid the “bad thing.”

Later, we will explain why you need a new way to avoid the “bad thing.”

Can A Christian Go To Hell? (Question Answered)

Before we begin, we want everyone to know that a Christian CANNOT go to hell.

Also, some of the language used in this article is APPROXIMATE and some of the language is SUBJECTIVE. SUBJECTIVE language reflects what a person believes to be reality and not reality.

You must first read our article Is There Pointless Suffering? (Question Answered) in order to be able to understand this article.

Can a Christian go to hell? Yes. Now, how do you reconcile that with the teaching of the Bible that a Christian cannot go to hell?

First, the hell we are speaking of is fireless hell. At one point in time, you might have a virtual mind entertaining the truth that you will go to (fireless) hell if you don’t avoid a certain situation. This truth is sickening. At another point in time, you will know that the Lord is taking care of everything.

Now, one of the truths does not, objectively, cease to be true once its virtual mind has passed. A truth that ends when its virtual mind ends is called a mental truth. This is because it is only true in the mind. A truth that objectively persists after its virtual mind has ended is called an extended truth. This is because it is true both in the mind and in the environment (the “real world”) . In the case of (fireless) hell, we are dealing with a mental truth. In the case of divine provision, we are dealing with an extended truth. Divine provision is objectively real.

Finally, all of this explains all of those sickening experiences you have had all of your life.

We pray God’s blessing upon each and every one of you.

Is There Pointless Suffering? (Question Answered)

Some of the language used in this article is SUBJECTIVE. SUBJECTIVE language reflects what a person believes to be reality and not reality.

Is there pointless suffering? Yes. Now, how do you reconcile that with a good God?

The belief in pointless suffering is necessary to keep people from accepting all suffering in the belief that all suffering is good because whatever God sends is good. However, if suffering is pointless, God is evil. Therefore, suffering cannot be pointless.

So, how do we reconcile these two truths; that is, suffering is pointless and suffering is not pointless? (Note that once we reconcile these two truths, we have reconciled the truths of pointless suffering and divine goodness.)

Truth exists in people. People are more complex than you know. The Bible teaches that people have a mind but it also teaches that each person has multiple, virtual minds; that is, each person, in effect and not really, has multiple, secondary minds. For example, the Bible seems to teach that you have two seats of consciousness – soul and spirit. I Thessalonians 5:23 says:

And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly; and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Now, we know that there is only one seat of consciousness. Therefore, one of these, soul or spirit, must be virtual (existing in effect and not really); that is, one of these must be virtual mind. In addition to the Bible, psychiatric science abundantly recognizes the existence of virtual minds (the dissociative continuum). There is much, much, much more proof of the existence of virtual mind but we need to be brief for now.

So, how do multiple, virtual minds explain our contradictory truths suffering is pointless and suffering is not pointless? Well, each truth exists in its own virtual mind. Now, virtual minds are transitory; that is, they have a fixed lifetime. They come and they go. And note that we are not conscious of these virtual minds but we are conscious of the thoughts within them.

Now, a truth is only true in its virtual mind. Once the virtual mind ends, the trueness of the truth within it ends. By this means, cognitve dissonance (mental conflict arising from believing contradictory truths) is avoided.

You might ask, “Since all of this is true, why do I believe the truth of a virtual mind after the virtual mind has passed?” The answer is that you don’t, you merely believe you do.

Finally, having reconciled the truths of pointless suffering and “pointful” suffering, we have reconciled the truths of pointless suffering and divine goodness.

Footnote: Now, one of the truths does not, objectively, cease to be true once its virtual mind has passed. A truth that ends when its virtual mind ends is called a mental truth. This is because it is only true in the mind. A truth that objectively persists after its virtual mind has ended is called an extended truth. This is because it is true both in the mind and in the environment (the “real world”) . In the case of pointless suffering, we are dealing with a mental truth. In the case of “pointful suffering,” we are dealing with an extended truth. “Pointful suffering” is objectively real.

Why Does God Make You Believe That He Has Stabbed You In The Back?

Why does God make you believe that he has stabbed you in the back? The answer is so that:

You will be unable to refrain from cursing him.

But why would God want you to curse him? So that you see that:

Your confidence, courage, and boldness continue while you are cursing him.

What is the purpose of that? So that you see that:

Your confidence, courage, and boldness are not dependent on your belief in the goodness of God and/or on your faith in God and/or on any persuasion that results from those two things. And that you see that your confidence, courage, and boldness are infused into your soul (psyche) by God (the Holy Spirit of God) himself.

Why is that knowledge important? So that you see that:

You don’t need proof of anything to have confidence, courage, and boldness; specifically, proof of the existence of God, proof that God is good, proof that God is managing your life, proof that the Bible is the Word of God (collection of messages from God), proof that the King James Bible is the Word of God (collection of messages of God), proof of what is the will of God for you, and proofs of other things.

Why do you need to know all of that?

So that you spend less of your life seeking the proofs mentioned above and more of your life doing the good that God wants you to do.

Scientific Breakthrough: E2 Science

Dr. Michael J. Bisconti is the founder of the science of empirical epistemology with over half a century of accumulated, scientific data and observations.

“E2 Science” is shorthand for “Empirical Epistemology.” What is empirical epistemology? Well, first, what is epistemology? We’ll give you Webster’s definition first then we’ll provide an easier to understand explanation:

Epistemology is the study or a theory of the nature and grounds of knowledge especially with reference to its limits and validity.

Or simply:

Epistemology is an explanation of what knowledge is and how to prove it is knowledge.

In the past, for millenia, epistemology has been provided by philosophers (thinkers). Well, in our age of science, that is not enough. Hence, we established:

Empirical Epistemology

“Empirical” means “based on experience.” Thus, empirical epistemology is:

The first scientific approach to epistemology

In other words:

We have established through scientific observation (experience) what knowledge is and how to prove it is knowledge.

Now, other researchers have been working on this as well and are prepared to take credit for our achievement. Therefore, we are copyrighting our work before we publish it. We will say this, though:

Those of you on a seemingly endless and futile quest for certainty, your search is amost over.