Theophrenia Epidemic
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17-03-2012, 08:57 PM
Theophrenia Epidemic
Though it has possibly been present in humans for many millennia, Theophrenia is a newly discovered disease of the mind that causes the victim to hold a distorted and delusional view of the world. Theophrenia primarily attacks the logic centers of the brain before progressing to the frontal lobe area where it firmly roots itself in the hosts mind. Unlike many psychotic disorders victims suffering from Theophrenia do not appear irrational in most everyday matters. However, the disease so completely takes over the victims reasoning that seemingly impossible beliefs are held as absolute truths. One frightening characteristic of the disease is that victims will seek out others to infect, illustrating an almost parasitic property, as if the disease is self-aware. This is concerning as the disease appears to be able to transmit itself between human hosts by simple communication. The young are most susceptible as their logic centers are less developed than adults and not prepared to fight off the disease, though adults can be affected as well.

The general symptom is unfounded belief in supernatural causes for the natural world, rather than the observed natural events themselves. For example a victim may believe that an invisible omnipotent deity created the universe instead of accepting proven scientific findings of astrophysicists, or that a deity created human beings from mud instead of the evolutionary process. The same individual would not likely believe that they could fly and proceed to cause self-inflicted serious injury, making the diseased non-debilitating in most instances. This illustrates an unusual replication characteristic of the disease as to kill its victim would not serve its purpose to replicate to other humans.
In extreme cases self-destructive behavior can occur as in a 2006 case where a victim at the Kiev Zoo lowered himself into the lion’s enclosure shouting “God will save me”. He was immediately killed by a female lion. The disease in this case caused the victim to believe that an imaginary deity would protect him from harm. This behavior is not common, but the killing of others for not believing the same delusions does appear more often. The disease may also see the immune mind as a threat to its existence. This self protection characteristic of the disease also seems to trigger an impulse in the host victim to seek other infected hosts for reinforcement. When secure the disease will drive the host to engage uninfected hosts to replicate itself.

Studies have shown that once the host victim is taken away from the diseased reinforcing group the presence of the disease degenerates significantly even with mild therapy. For some reason the disease appears to need outside reinforcement by other host victims to maintain its hold on the primary host. The good news here is that once we can isolate the victim the disease is able to be eliminated or at least controlled.

Some researchers believe that current psychiatric drug therapies could also have positive affects when combined with psychotherapy. For example, Schizophrenia sufferers have similar pattern of delusional behavioral symptoms, such as hearing voices in their head to kill their children. Another shared symptom is paranoia, or the feeling of being watched by an all knowing observer who will punish them for eternity after they are deceased. The Theophrenia victim believes that a supernatural being can not only see their every action, but read their thoughts, which they will be held responsible after death. Speaking a bit unprofessionally here, how crazy is that?

The difference with schizophrenic victims is that we know that schizophrenia is not contagious, where Theophrenia has clearly been shown to have human to human transfer and therefore the potential for an epidemic. Researchers suggest that up to 85% of Americans may suffer from some level of Theophrenia, where the remaining 15% seem to illustrate some level of immunity to the disease. Fortunately for society most suffer from a mild form that does not cause self-endangerment or endangerment of others, and the host victims are able to function normally without the need for attention. However, a small percentage of host victims do suffer from the more severe form of the disease. In these cases symptoms to be aware of are the belief that the universe was created in 6 days and that humans were created in whole by a deity and placed in a magic garden with a talking snake. These symptoms usually coincide with irrational dismissal of all scientific facts that conflicts with the delusional beliefs. Other symptoms may include intolerance of such things as homosexuals, suggestive dancing, questioning the beliefs and all scientific inquiry. Not all Theophrenia beliefs take the same form and the different forms often show extreme intolerance for one another as well. We could be seeing a situation where there are different genetic strains of the disease and each strain views another as a competitor, similar to the rivalry between loins and hyenas. There is a limited number of potential hosts and most have been taken.

If you believe that you know a victim of Theophrenia do not attempt to confront the individual directly regarding their delusional beliefs as they can become very aggressive. Only trained licensed professionals should approach the Theophrenic and under strict clinical conditions. If you believe that you may suffer from Theophrenia please contact your local psychological counseling center. It’s never too late to get help for this disease, but the longer you wait the more difficult it becomes to correct your delusional thinking.

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17-03-2012, 09:29 PM
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Very clever, well written.
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17-03-2012, 10:30 PM
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So it's viral and parasitic.

What is the best antidote?
I've heard of Nolledgol and Wizdium... these are still going through clinical trials, do you know when they will be available on prescription?
I've been taking Cynysysm for some years now and I think it has been working.

I am a bit worried about vaccination. Do you think that even a very tiny dose is harmful for a new born baby? I have heard that it can result in gential deformation (loss of skin)!

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17-03-2012, 11:09 PM
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Nice post, Thomas.

I've heard some symptoms may be described as arse-o-chism, you-don't-know-shitism and arrogant-as-fuckism Tongue

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17-03-2012, 11:15 PM
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That was great! haha
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18-03-2012, 01:57 AM
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Good stuff.

"Belief means not wanting to know what is true"
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