A Brief History of Psychiatric Medications
The origins of antipsychotic medications date back to the late 19th century during drug trials that aimed to find a cure for the tropical disease Malaria. The drug was not originally intended to treat psychotic symptoms but was to treat the disease itself. Therefore the discovery of antipsychotic medications came about by accident. The chemical that was observed to alleviate psychotic delirium was methylthioninium chloride or Methylene blue for short.
Immune system suppressant anti-histamine drugs that can be freely bought from chemists and local supermarkets also evolved from methylene blue and were in fact the reason anti-psychotic drugs were discovered in the first place. French pharmacists of the early 20th century had pioneered new anti-histamine drugs and had found that some of their other experimental chemistry had produced strong sedative and anti-psychotic properties. It was these drugs that went on to become the first psychiatric drugs used in mental care wards.
So is it true that all psychiatric drugs are chemicals that act on the immune system?
Mental illnesses are often linked to immune system disorders but are not directly addressed by medical professionals. The fact that the psychotic medications came about from drug trials intended to treat disease is clear indication that modern psychiatric illnesses such as schizophrenia and bipolar depression are not being recognised as the result of immune system disorders.
Based on the evidence in chemistry, yes. They originate from histamine chemical channel blockers.
The sedative effects of antipsychotic medications are found in antihistamines and some antidepressants. Some common prescription medications used to treat allergies are in fact older medications that were used used to treat psychosis. Phrenegan is one particular medication used as a sleeping aid but also functions as an antihistamine.
Antipsychotic medications first used in the treatment of mental health patients in the 1950s and have continued to be used to the present day giving them a history of over 60 years.
When antipsychotic medications were first introduced they were claimed to be the future of active treatment of mental illness. Not long after their introduction many mental health wards were discharging their patients due to the positive effects that were observed upon them. It also signalled a new era in psychiatry where the use of the straight jacket began to be used less in the restraint of violent aggressive patients. This positive effect that was observed in mental health wards western world went to earn the pharmacists created antipsychotic medications a Nobel Peace Prize.
In terms of research the branch of psychiatric medications used to treat patients have still not been tested over a long enough period to suggest that they have proven efficiency in treating been in a mental health condition over a lifetime. The Atypical drug Aripiprizol for example was only introduced as early as the 1990’s.
Of recent years, research conducted into the long list off side effects and long-term health consequences from prolonged use of psychiatric drugs are often reported about in the media. Links to brain damage, diabetes and heart conditions are some of the few permeate effects on the body identified from prolonged use of psychiatric drugs and have brought about serious questions to their safety treatment of mental illnesses.
It is these kinds of questions that pharmacist and mental health professionals clearly avoid when asked directly from any area development and the administering drugs of these drugs. Despite this, psychiatric medications used to treat patients today it still claimed that psychiatric drugs are a safe and effective treatment for mental health disorders.
The production and sales of psychiatric medications is a multi-billion cash generating industry. It is hardly any surprise too many diagnosed with a form of mental illness are more or less told they should maintain their medication compliance for the rest of their lives regardless of whether they feel it is helping them or not.
The truth is that no mental health patient is required by law to take psychiatric medications unless it is proved that they are a danger to themselves. Usually in these situations patients are required to receive depot injections. Not all anti-psychotic medications can function over a long time period due to their half life. Risperidone is one drug that can be administered to act either over the course of a week to as long as a few months. After this period discontinuation syndrome beings to take hold and will eventually bring about psychotic symptoms and cold turkey symptoms as the immune system tried to cope without the drug. Much like all anti-psychotics, discontinuation syndrome is a horrible affliction.
Anti-psychotics are therefore consider to act like a chemical strait jacket and even worse is that the discontinuation syndrome of these drugs is making companies big money because people do not know how to get off them. This makes it easy for doctors to label patients as ill if their medication is stopped.
The Immune system, Mental Illness and Anti-Psychotic side effects.
If one was to visit internet forums that deal with helping to cope with mental illness many many be surprised to read about the true nature of the horrible side effects which these drugs cause and not about how they are helping. Yet many of these effects are ignored by health professionals
Many patients can take a combination of drugs in order to treat a specific illness that they have. Wither is through choice or recommendation the lists of side effects which range from severe memory loss, sexual dysfunction too more severe conditions that mimic Parkinson’s Disease and severe weight gain have have to be tolerated day in day out through the course of their treatment.
Some patients are told that the side effects are not permanent and that other medications can be prescribed to treat them.
Unfortunately this is a false hope. Most medications describe to patients complaining about side effects usually given false diagnosis of other conditions and they usually given more medications to treat a condition was by the drugs that they’re taking the treated mental health condition. This means that all the time being treated with drugs will be taking more medications for conditions that they have not got. Is not hard to see that the more medications being used is generating more money to pharmaceutical Industries.
Any person the judge person trying to get by taking these types of medications really should try taking them themselves to see what it is like. I can guarantee you it is not the most pleasurable experiences.
In terms of their efficiency in treating psychosis this can be heavily debated. Something that might be considered delusional in one culture might be considered completely normal in another.
It would seem the large pharmaceutical businesses then I pushing the message that they are helping to treat mental illnesses that are claimed to be caused by genetic conditions where it is in fact the result of many factors that are influencing our general mental well-being in our environments.
Pollution and western diets are there areas that are being researched into the impact they have on our mental well-being overlooked when being discussed generally health communities. This relates to our immune systems. The factors of social stresses also link to the immune system. Conditions such as hives are one such human response generated by the human body that is produced by the immune system.
Of course industry and the production of modern technologies take a toll on our resources ultimately have an impact on our environments. Along with pollution that enters our water supply and air quality, the impact on our physical health is much greater than it was some 100 years ago. It will be no surprise to learn that our bodies are working much harder to process out harmful disease and pollution which is an indication that our own bodies are trying to tell us something about the environment we live in.
If we are to look at the example of Methelene Blue which acted upon the immune system in those being treated for malaria, the state of allivated psychosis experienced by the patient may be perceived to be the delirium most of us experience when we are ill with a disease.
Use of psychiatric medications to treat something that is directly related to our immune systems asks serious questions has to whither patients are really getting the correct treatment for their conditions.
Mental Health Diagnosis
For all the diagnosis that exist for mental illness many are compared to modern frameworks used in group help therapies, many of these use scales or spectrum to explain how people feel. However, when treated with medication the perception of reality is being changed to an unnatural state of well being. Most patients never got to talk to or address their problems correctly as many will be placed on long waiting lists for one to one or group therapies.
Psychiatric drugs are coined by some patients to be Zombie Perscriptions because prolonged use can make them numb to feelings and emotions. This is because the levels of medications are specific and alter the perception to limits and not to what is being experienced naturally. Over time the false sense of feeling will become more noticable and it is is what many people describe as a flatline of emotion. Because of the lack of services available, many turn to medications of this sort, normally starting with an anti-depressant.
Of the many health studies done into the effects of these drugs, noted to be the most severe is brain damage which severe nerve connections to the cerebral cortex, an area of the brain that deals with perception. This is why antipsychotics are dubbed the chemical straight jacket as they can cause an effect similar to labotomy, an illegal psychatric practice used in the 19th-20th Century that involve severing the cerebral cortex through surgery.
The damage antipsychotics cause is enough to see other conditions such as eating disorders, high anxiety, social functioning, concentration, eating habits and healthy relationships are a direct result of harmful contributing side effects. Just how this is meant to be treatment in the long run is only marginally outwayed by the minor benefits of the ability anti-psychotics have to combat severe psychosis. After all national health services state on their websites that these drugs are only meant to be short term measures. So how is it that many mental health patients are on these drugs permanently?
In my eyes discontinuation syndrome is a term coined by doctors to skirt over the facts that anti-psychotics cause high dependency much like that of the addictive nature of hard street drugs such.
Anti-psychotic medications block certain brain receptors. If this medication is taken for a long enough period these receptors can become closed. During treatment the brain is constantly trying to compensate for the receptors in order to receive messages from certain chemicals in the body. You could compare this to a radio signal that is not strong enough to be picked up clearly but if a person was to use a signal booster then this should help improve the quality of the signal.
The brain adapts to the reduction of chemical signals the same way by producing more brain receptors in order to balance the function of the body. This is in turn what causes a majority of side effects in patients because even though there are more receptors, the condition is not a natural one, so therefore the body becomes out of balance even though the effects might be positive.
Some persons might feel benefit from their medication but over time, a sense of flatness and increase of side effects can cause even worse symptoms than before, causing patients to switch to other medications which may only relieve symptoms for a short period.
If a person decides to stop their medication, the brain would have to cope with an overload of chemical signals by having too many receptors. This can be compared to a microphone producing distortion from the receiving of too much signal. The use of prolonged medication can also cause other receptors to become less active or heighten even if they are not blocked. This causes heighten states of perception, to much for the brain to cope with at any given time. This is how experiences of paranoia, hyper-sensitivity and psychosis make dis-continuing medication so difficult to cope with.
This makes stopping medication very dangerous even fatal, especially if take over a long period. The body will not have enough time to re-learn how to cope without the chemicals in the blood so in turn the immune system will be shocked back into activity.
Patients can experience sudden weight loss which for some can be of some immediate relief because many put on weight due to the side effects caused by anti-psychotics.However, again this is a dangerous sign of rapid withdrawal and can make a person very ill. In all most cold turkey side effects caused by anti-psychotic dsicontinuation are like those seen in those of heroin addicts. It is not a pleasant experience.
Thankfully, it is possible to stop anti-psychotic medications but this can take many months even a few years to readjust. Many have found that even small reductions are enough to cause serious mental instability and that even the lowest doses of some drugs do not provide a low enough dose to recover without some form of easy withdrawal. This can make the withdrawal period very difficult and testing for anyone.However, if planned carefully, even after failed attempts, a person can recover.
There are also help groups that can be found on the internet that help those come through withdrawal. Some organisations in America have dedicated facilites with programs that specialize in psychiatric drug withdrawal. Most of these are pay only treatments but they may be of use to those who can afford it..
Every 11 months, the body is said to renew every single cell in the body. This means that you have a complete new set of rejuvenated cells. This is one benefit to recover. It means over time the body can readapt and repair damaged caused. If a health diet and consideration to reducing stimulants, alcohol and street drug (if used) then this recovery can be helped.
Anti-psychotic withdrawal can be a very delicate process and a frightening one that needs a lot of support, one which can be difficult to find. The process might involve identifying any allergens or other causes that might trigger illness. Some can find this invaluable into controlling their mindset and give hope to what might feel to be a hopeless situation.
The elivation of sedation is another process the brain can find hard to adapt to once medication is stopped. Short and long term memory can be affected to the point that heightened sensitivity can produce extremely powerful emotions that can either result in deep depression or mania, mimicking that of bi-polar depression.
These obstacles can prove to one of the most challenging experiences that are effectively hidden from those around you.
Brainwashing and Deprogramming: LSD, Anti-psychotic and Anti-anxiety drugs.
Now many might be shocked at what I am going to present here but there is a counter side to the use of anti-psychotic medications that can be of benefit in certain situations if only used for a brief period. This relates to the psychological aspects of mind control, especially those that involve LSD.
Anti-psychotics and LSD have a shared history in development. In fact it was LSD that was used to simulate the mental stated of stress, delirium and psychosis. LSD and Anti-psychotics were not just tested on humans but also animals. There a a famous case where two adult elephants were subjected to LSD. Originally only one elephant was intended to be used but because of fatality from the used of too much LSD injected into the blood, the animal died. Anti-psychotics where not of any help to saving the animals state of mind. This meant a second elephant was used for testing but also died in the same circumstances. The project was abandoned with immediate effect.
LSD operates differently in humans and it is how anti-psychotics were tested in order to see how effective the acted on altered states. MK Ultra was one of those experiments conducted by the CIA from the 1950s onwards, coincidentally around the time anti-psychotics were first introduced into psychiatry.
Anti-psychotic were never trailed properly and it is clear that LSD was used in one capacity to push forward the advances of this medication without questioning to their safety. It was also used as a cover operation for mind control as some maybe aware of.
Anti-psychotics were at one point used by field agents because LSD and other psychoactive drugs were known to be effective in extracting information.
If any of my readers have seen the Matrix, the famous scene of Agent Smith using a truth serum on Morpheus in order to extract information isn’t uncommon in the fields of counter espionage.
So what does this mean? In terms of those whom have been deliberately brainwashed regardless of techniques used, anti-psychotics can help to some extent to bring a person out of a mind controlled state. As to wither a person can break their deepest programming is another question. It depends on how long the programming has been happening for and what programming was involved.
If strangely coincidental, mindfulness techniques used in modern psychiatry techniques can be helpful but are not as effective when taken anti-psychotics in the long term. This is because anti-psychotics restrict access to parts of the memory. As memory is used in programming, anti-psychotics deny access to trauma based events making it difficult for a person to deal with or even remember the trauma to deal with it.
Anti-psychotics are like LSD a drug that open the mind to suggestibility. Therefore, LSD can be used alongside anti-psychotics to further mind control.
Valium is one such drug that is known to make a person compliant or impressionable and is why it is used in many mental hospitals as a sedative. It is assumed to be a relaxant but it operates on parts of the brain that deal with pleasure and perceptional faculties of the brain.
This means that Valium is perhaps one of the most potent drugs used in order to brainwash others. It is a drug known for its addictiveness and its withdrawal effects noted for being some of the worst known simply because of the areas of the brain it acts upon.
Recovery form this drug can take years but in some cases it can cause permanent effects on the mind making it almost impossible to come off. Sometimes this means a patient may have to switch over to anti-psychotics in order to deal with psychotic symptoms.
Valium is a drug sometimes used in covert techniques to disrupt a persons mindset. It is where operatives can introduce sensitization techniques because the effects of Valium can make the target impressionable. Once the drug wears off, the target can feel depressed and disoriented without knowing why. In order for this to be effect, Valium has to be ingested so covert methods can be used in order for the target to eat or drink the drug without their knowledge.
Monarch Programming and Harassment Operations
This is the part Targeted Individuals will be most interested in.
Some may have heard or are aware of mind programming that takes influence from the life cycle of the Butterfly. This is called the Monarch Programme taken from the Monarch Butterfly.
A typical Butterfly goes through a transformation from a caterpillar to a butterfly after it has consumed enough food to form a cocoon in order for it to develop wings and thus transform.
The Monarch Programme is a Mind Control operation that involves the control of development of individuals through learning, growth into adulthood.
Persons whom awake from their programming will almost certainly become mentally ill to the point that they may attempt to commit suicide. Others however, may cope differently and may depend on how long they have been awake for.
Some wake or break from the programming early because their minds have already identified a hidden disorder in their environment.
Many do not realise that their own bodies are designed to protect them, not to kill them. Side effects produced by many psychiatric medications can be misperceived to be the actions of the drugs. It is not. It is the body that is warning that person that something is wrong with what they are ingesting. Much like anything that can make us ill, the body is designed to warn us of disease and threats aka the Flight or Fight response.
The last stage of the Monarch Butterfly allows it to take flight, which is a metaphor for the subject to surrender the fight aspects into mind control so the target can be restrained psychologically. Flight is a metaphor of many human emotions but it is many that to control a mind through drugs which makes a person “high” with feeling.
Removing the fight stage is where the Caterpillar is fighting for survival in a vulnerable state.
Harassment operation are used to revert a target to the grounded state of the caterpillar. The cocoon state is representative of the sleep development state which makes the bi-pass to the grounded caterpillar state the objective.
Somewhere along the line, targeted individuals do not respond to the programming in the sleep/development state. That is to say that the core part of the brain that deals with reason and logic does not submit its will to the commands of the programmer. This reason can be simple because the mind identifies the commands as a threat to themselves and others. This part of the mind is the Will of the individual and as mentioned in the Occult Series it is one which is sought to be infiltrated and controlled by programmers.
Much like Morpheus resists the truth serum many people resist that which goes against the natural will of nature. That is to say that many people are not without hope and can break this programming. It purely depends on the structures that are incorporated into their lives.