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By David Ruben
April 11, 2013

How the war between good & evil is waged in the battlefield of the mind

Thought on the most primitive level precedes action. But on the other end of the scale where the conscious mind goes to the highest source for understanding and insight, enlightened reason and intuition precedes action. The leftist, like the mythical vampire, is compelled to convert or destroy those who are still God based humans.

Intuition has many meanings across many cultures, including: quick and ready insight seemingly independent of previous experiences and empirical knowledge immediate apprehension or cognition knowledge or conviction gained by intuition, the power or faculty of attaining to direct knowledge or cognition without evident rational thought and inference, the perceiving of unconsciousness.

A person who has an intuitive understanding cannot fully explain why he or she holds that view. Intuition is an unconscious directed form of knowledge. It is immediate and not open to rational/analytical thought processes. It differs from instinct, which does not have the experience element. Intuition has advantages in solving complex problems and finding new results. Intuition is the source of common sense. Sources of intuition are feeling, experiences and knowledge. But intuition is literally free of thought. Thought, for the most part, is more often than not a decoy designed to keep our minds from being freed by intuition. Much of our thinking is the enemy of reality because many of our thoughts are not originally ours. The scripture says: ‘The love of the world makes us an enemy of God.’ I interpret this to mean that there is a distinction between loving and embracing this world rather than the maker of it.

Thoughts are projected into us from the world and our environment from the moment we are born. If you watch children they have a special way of looking at the world, different than adults. They observe, they wonder and this is how they learn. But as time passes they are systematically drawn literally head-first into the corrupt ways of thinking adults who have been lured away from innocence into the underworld of thought based existence. In the thought universe you are much like the character of John Murdock in Dark City…You think, therefore you are… lost. But, the intuitive mind is bathed in realization from an unseen DIVINE source. Reality vs. illusion - for humans is the ultimate challenge! But there is a way to attain absolute inner individual freedom: As we leave thought existence behind we naturally move toward the source of life. Jesus said: "Know the truth and it shall make you free."

The word know literally means “to be intimate with.” The scripture says: ‘Become transformed by the renewing of your mind from within.’ As you become more aware, the light of reality shines through the delusion of thought, illuminating and erasing the programming of your thought induced emotional and behavioral history. As intuition grows like a new self within a self, an awakened self with a unique individual identity becomes an extension of the source of life itself. Waking up and moving into the light out from the shadows of illusion brings new vision - reality has a new meaning as revealed by the Creator of all things. Reality is clear, everything has meaning, the mysterious is revealed. Life becomes a work of joy, inner reward and personal satisfaction and endless discovery. But waking up also means finding yourself in the middle of a raging psycho/spiritual war and for some people the shock at this discovery is just too much to handle.

1984 has come and gone, but George Orwell's prophetic, nightmare vision in 1949 of the world we were becoming is timelier than ever. Probably the most important thing to remember about 1984 is that Orwell never intended the book to be a prediction of the future. It was intended to be a satire of political fiction, however, clearly Orwell was fairly accurate concerning a future New World Order. The story’s main character, Winston Smith works for the government in one of the four main government buildings called the Ministry of Truth (2-24-2013 - Britain to establish a new press regulator: The Sun newspaper, which is owned by News Corp, dubbed it "Budget coverage as approved by the Ministry of Truth…") where his job is to rewrite history books in order for people not to learn what the past used to be like (the slogan of 'the party' is "who controls the past, controls the future."). The story begins, with Winston contemplating rebelling against Big Brother and the Party, but of course is reluctant, knowing that even thinking about such a thing could easily result in his death. Three sentences sum up what the party stands for:

"War is Peace"
"Freedom is Slavery"
"Ignorance is Strength"

The society in 1984 revolves around 3 'super-states' which are Eurasia, Eastasia, and Oceania. All of these states are in a constant state of war with one another, yet all are self contained, and require no trade with one another, and thus do not require war as a means of economical necessity. However, it is their feeling that as long as a constant state of war prevails, the people will be too preoccupied with the war effort to worry about whether or not the present political system is working. The government constantly reminds the people that when they win the war, Oceania will rule the world, and life will be better. Thus, as long as the war is going (as it always will be), peace within the states can prevail.

Big Brother becomes suspicious of Winston, and he is then watched by O'Brien, an intelligent executive at the Ministry of Truth who is a member of the Inner Party (the upper class). After a bit of casual conversation at the workplace, Winston is invited to O'Brien's house where he denounces to him his thoughts and ideas about the Brotherhood. O'Brien mentions a gentleman named Emmanuel Goldstein whom he claims to know heads an organization for such the same purposes of which Winston spoke. O'Brien promises to help Winston, and promises him a copy of Goldstein's book. Julia is the third and final main character of the book. She is an attractive young female who works with Winston at the Ministry of Truth. She is a member of the Outer Party. They fall in love, but never marry because of existing laws in 1984.

Julia eventually learns of Winston’s plans, and even helps him. However, unlike O'Brien, she does not betray him. Eventually, Winston is caught and taken to a place "where there is no darkness" which are bright underground rooms where criminals are taken to be interrogated. He is tortured, and mentally broken so badly that by the end of the story he loves Big Brother, and cannot think a single thought without the permission of the party. Winston is tortured on several different occasions, and on all occasions it is done by his "teacher" - O'Brien. Almost the entire last 1/3 of the book is devoted to the dialogue that takes place during these torture sessions between O'Brien and Winston. Winston becomes a textbook case of a rebel reformed by the party. In the end, Winston is completely mentally and emotionally dead. He cannot think or act for himself, having become merely a toy of the party, a trophy of Big Brother.

This is the desired effect and a component of creating “a prison for your minds,” that we ultimately become a nation of “mentally broken” people. And to a large extent this has actually happened. In May of 1994, the new Diagnostics and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) published by the American Psychiatric Association cites thought reform as a contributing factor to "Dissociative Disorder Not Otherwise Specified."

Recently considered rare and mysterious psychiatric curiosities, Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) (previously known as Multiple Personality Disorder-MPD) and other Dissociative Disorders are now understood to be fairly common effects of severe trauma in early childhood, most typically extreme, repeated physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse. Thought reform and its synonyms brainwashing and coercive persuasion were also noted in DSM-III (1980) and is DSM-III revised (1987), as well as in widely recognized medical texts. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), widely accepted as a major mental illness affecting 8% of the general population in the United States, is closely related to Dissociative Disorders.

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In fact, 80-100% of people diagnosed with a Dissociative Disorder also have a secondary diagnosis of PTSD. The personal and societal cost of trauma disorders is extremely high. Recent research suggests the risk of suicide attempts among people with trauma disorders may be even higher than among people who have major depression. In addition, there is evidence that people with trauma disorders have higher rates of alcoholism, chronic medical illnesses, and abusiveness in succeeding generations. The plans of the designers of your future are farther along than you can even imagine. To be continued…

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David Ruben is Senior Executive Producer, and Team Leader at the creative boiler room for the Audio Taskforce at Talk Radio Network (the 2nd largest distributor of Talk programming in America). Over the past 4 years David has won 3 LA Comedy Awards in the voice/production category. David has produced some of the most successful nationally syndicated radio personalities such as Michael Savage, The Jerry Doyle Show and The Rusty Humphries Show to name just a few.

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Thoughts are projected into us from the world and our environment from the moment we are born. If you watch children they have a special way of looking at the world, different than adults.


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