THE COMING OBSOLESCENCE OF MASS HYSTERIA:
MASS HYSTERIA PRIOR TO THE END TIMES
From time to time during the past centuries, the public has becomes aware of the effects of demonic power. For the last 120 years or so, the ‘diagnosis’ of “mass hysteria” has been used to explain, cover up and hide these outbreaks and displays.
Mass hysteria [conversion disorder] was an invention of Sigmund Freud and others around the end of the 1800s. These men toiled for the mystery of iniquity, promoting all things antichrist, while providing aid for those who wished to explain away those inconvenient things which could no longer be hidden; which came to the attention of the public.
Such as the effects of various outbreaks of the demonic and of those who consulted with familiar spirits.
Freud and his cohorts manufactured the lie of mass hysteria to hide what could no longer be hidden or explained with the lies which were then being used.
So, the story of MASS HYSTERIA was invented.
But this particular lie of MASS HYSTERIA comes with a shelf life. At some future time, MASS HYSTERIA (so useful to help explain away such incidents as the Salem witch trials) will be mothballed by the same folks who invented it and promoted its use over the last 120 years or so.
This all has a bearing on the end times, the coming man of sin and what’s to soon take place upon the earth.
MASS HYSTERIA PRIOR TO THE END TIMES
As stated, the fable of mass hysteria has been very useful to help explain away outbreaks of demonic power/witchcraft of which the public has become aware.
In some cases, the local people attributed the weird behaviors to “spirits” or the supernatural. However, the authorities (either at the time or later) assured everyone it was nothing more than mass hysteria.
Perhaps the only modern excuse used more frequently than “mass hysteria” to cover up public, demonic behaviors is “drugs.”
Since one of the strong attractions to the demonic is power, many of the outbreaks listed involved teen-age girls (a prime demographic for experimenting with witchcraft and also a group of which many members fell powerless) and the demonic.
Following is a partial list of events classified as mass hysteria (also known as conversion disorder, collective hysteria, group hysteria, or collective obsessional behavior), either at the time the event happened or later by “experts.”
The Seattle windshield pitting epidemic is a phenomenon which affected Bellingham, Seattle, and other communities of Washington state in April, 1954; it is considered an example of a mass delusion.
It was characterized by widespread observation of previously unnoticed windshield holes, pits and dings, leading residents to believe that a common causative agent was at work. It was originally thought to be the work of vandals but the rate of pitting was so great that residents began to attribute it to everything from sand flea eggs to nuclear bomb testing.
Over 3,000 windshields were reported to have been affected.
Finally, Sergeant Max Allison of the Seattle police crime laboratory stated that the pitting reports consisted of “5 per cent hoodlum-ism, and 95 per cent public hysteria.”
The Dancing Plague (or Dance Epidemic) of 1518 was a case of dancing mania that occurred in Strasbourg, Alsace (then part of the Holy Roman Empire) in July 1518. Around 400 people took to dancing for days without rest, and, over the period of about one month, some of those affected died of heart attack, stroke, or exhaustion.
Adolescent girls Abigail Williams, Betty Parris, Ann Putnam, Jr., and Elizabeth Hubbard began to have fits that were described by a minister as “beyond the power of Epileptic Fits or natural disease to effect.”
The events resulted in the Salem witch trials, a series of hearings and executions of 25 citizens of Salem and nearby towns accused of witchcraft. The episode is one of the USA’s most notorious cases of mass hysteria, and has been used in political rhetoric and popular literature as a vivid cautionary tale about the dangers of isolationism, religious extremism, false accusations and lapses in due process.
The Tanganyika laughter epidemic began on January 30, 1962, at a mission-run boarding school for girls in Kashasha, Tanzania. The laughter started with three girls and spread haphazardly throughout the school, affecting 95 of the 159 pupils, aged 12–18.
Symptoms lasted from a few hours to 16 days in those affected. The teaching staff were not affected but reported that students were unable to concentrate on their lessons. The school was forced to close down on March 18, 1962.
After the school was closed and the students were sent home, the epidemic spread to Nshamba, a village that was home to several of the girls. In April and May, 217 people had laughing attacks in the village, most of them being school children and young adults.
The Kashasha school was reopened on May 21, only to be closed again at the end of June. In June, the laughing epidemic spread to Ramashenye girls’ middle school, near Bukoba, affecting 48 girls. Another outbreak occurred in Kanyangereka and two nearby boys schools were closed.
In October 1965 at a girls’ school in Blackburn, several girls complained of dizziness. Some fainted. Within a couple of hours, 85 girls from the school were rushed by ambulance to a nearby hospital after fainting. Symptoms included swooning, moaning, chattering of teeth, hyperpnea, and tetany.
School officials suspected drug use after fifteen students fell to the ground writhing, but no drugs were found and hysteria is assumed to be culprit. At one point, one third of school’s 900 students stayed home for fear of being “hexed”.
Mass hysteria occurred in Malaysia from the 1970s to the 1980s. It affected school-age girls and young women working in factories. The locals have explained this outbreak as “spirits” having possessed the girls and young women.
The 1983 West Bank fainting epidemic was a series of incidents in March 1983 in which 943 Palestinian teenage girls, mostly schoolgirls, and a small number of IDF women soldiers fainted or complained of feeling nauseous in the West Bank. Israel was accused of using chemical warfare to sterilize West Bank women while IDF sources speculated that a toxic substance had been employed by Palestinian militants to stir up unrest, but investigators concluded that even if some environmental irritant had originally been present, the wave of complaints was ultimately a product of mass hysteria.
At some time in the near future, the story of mass hysteria will expire. The public will be told that no such condition exists.
Which will be the topic of the next, and final, installment.
Does the reader seek the truth?
Does the reader find every place he has looked for the supposed truth to be instead more lies? Does he know the schools, the churches, the Internet conspiracy sites and the occult do not have the truth?
Has he been inoculated by lies against the ONLY way to get at the truth?
Is the reader no longer comfortable living with the lies he can see all around him? Is he weary of being bounced back-and-forth from one lying group to another?
IF seeking the truth is REALLY the reader’s highest priority (and not just empty words), then he can know the truth.
IF not being deceived is vitally important to the reader (and not just something he says to make conversation), God will open his eyes.
IF the reader is ready to pay the price for knowing the truth (for wisdom and knowledge bring grief and great sorrow, and he will lose friends and will be hated for the truth, not loved), then he can break free from the lies and deception.
Regardless of what he has been taught, what his friends and acquaintances might insist or what the media tells him, there is ONLY ONE source of the truth.
“Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth.”
For those who CLAIM they want to know the truth, it’s “put up or shut up“ time.
And that time grows short.
“But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name.”
“Moreover, brethren, I declare unto you the gospel which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and wherein ye stand; By which also ye are saved, if ye keep in memory what I preached unto you, unless ye have believed in vain. For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:
And that he was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve: After that, he was seen of above five hundred brethren at once; of whom the greater part remain unto this present, but some are fallen asleep. After that, he was seen of James; then of all the apostles. And last of all he was seen of me also, as of one born out of due time. ”
–1 Corinthians 15:1-8
“For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.”
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by Jeremiah Jameson
–with Mondo Frazier
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