Psychiatry thinks it discovered a mental illness (thought disorder, chemical disorder), which it called “manic-depression” for a long time, but today psychiatry calls it “bipolar disorder”.
In fact, psychiatry “discovered” only the most noticeable element of a spiritual disorder every person in modern civilization develops at a very early age, as the result of child-raising and religious and teaching practices which destroy the “south pole” – the feminine, leaving them operating out of the “north “pole”- the masculine.
When psychiatry attempts to treat the more disabled bipolar disorder people with chemicals, which are masculine, it gets superficial results, which cause various unpleasant to awful side effects in those people, as well as horrific further damage to their souls.
The cure for bi-polar disorder is not chemicals but is recovery and restoration of the feminine, which psychiatry today does not know how to do. The cure for the human species bipolar disorder and its many unpleasant, to awful, to horrific symptoms is recovery and restoration of the feminine.
There are people today who understand this, but understanding it is not the same as experiencing the cure, which my experience has caused me to feel only can be achieved through divine intervention, because the species is so identified with the north pole of the disorder that it cannot think, will, muscle or otherwise bring itself to surrender to the feminine, the return of which is volatile and terrifying because it takes any person experiencing it through every violation committed by them and by other people and by society against their own feminine.
Although every post I published to my websites, and every post I published to my email list before I had a website, was aimed at bipolar disorder and its cause and its rectification, since being moved recently to make a prayer for a divine intervention of the feminine into the United States, the focus has narrowed to pin point bipolar disorder and some of its manifestations, along with some suggestions for how people can cooperate with and assist the cure.
In that vein …
Yeah she needs to take up arms, real arms, not the lovers’ arms she enjoys during sado-masochistic sex in combat zone.She should get out there and mix it up, photograph body parts and stand with one foot on a corpse she created as did the Great White Hunters in her native South Africa after killing “trophy” animals. She is of the same airhead, dimwitted pretend reporter/analyst as those women on Fox and Friends whose biggest talent is their sexy wardrobe.You can say one thing for Rupert [Murdock], he knows how to appeal to the base–instinct that is.
Distant in-law Ron, a North Carolina developer who used to vacation frequently in Key West, offered his channel-widening services:
BASH – my offer to undertake the Cut B study still stands.Send the half mil in old Benjamin’s and Andrew’sd to me Fed Ex or UPS.In fact I will give you an exclusive preview of the study results.Yes, Cut B can be widened, as much as you like.Yes, Cut B can be made deeper, as much as you like.Yes, Cut B can be made to do a loopty-loop, if you like.Cut B can be made to do anything you wish…. all it will take is train loads of money and a blind eye to the eco-systems.
BASH, if I read correctly, Cut B is only one nautical mile long.Charlotte, North Carolina, just got Fed funds to install a light rail line. $ 150 million per mile. $1.35 Billion for 9 miles. A train load of Fed money, if you will.
If you ol conker’s will be nice we send a train load of Fed money down your way to open ol Cut B up to any size you need.Consider it “stimulus money”.Shucks this will hep you folks sell loads of T-shirts and should hepyou create a conch train gridlock.I swan.
ciao, Ron K.
In The Key West Citizen today, a Key West resident offered his view of channel-widening:
Duval Street memories are in eyes of beholder Mr. Edwin O. Swift III writes that Duval Street is now “a nationally known ‘main street’ when by 1975 it was an almost empty, abandoned, embarrassing wasteland.” He cites this as a reason to spend public money bringing larger cruise ships to Key West. I do remember a few vacant storefronts on Duval in the 1970s. Also I remember that it was the town’s bustling Main Street, with charming locals-only Cuban and seafood restaurants, small affordable hotels, galleries featuring more than one kind of art, nightclubs, a thriving theater scene, department stores, shoe stores, bike shops, hardware stores, antique shops. By the time I saved up enough to move here, Duval Street had become a nationally known place to get drunk, and to buy a T-shirt saying how drunk you got. Today’s Duval Street is much more of an embarrassment than 1970s Duval ever was. Old Town is a continuous conga line of motorized sightseeing vehicles. Otherwise, Key West is still a wonderful place. The people of Key West have already turned down the channel-widening study in a referendum. The vote wasn’t even close. Most voters on this island do not think “tourist trap” is the best future for our city.
Drunkenness and other chemical addictions, and the other conditions Childress deplored, are caused by destruction of the feminine.
Found this yesterday on bigpinekey.com’s Coconut Telegraph and sent it to several civilians, the other school board candidates, and all five school board members, asking if they wanted to comment on it:
[Teacher Evaluation] The Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) is a dismal testament to the failure of our school system to provide a world-class education for our children. Taxpayers are being fleeced and our students are being deprived of their opportunity to compete on the world stage. The FCAT, which evaluates a teacher’s ability to successfully impart knowledge and academic skills to their students, has been co-opted by a bureaucracy that refuses to deliver on its promise to America. It has been politicized and attacked by individuals unwilling to terminate incompetent and negligent educators. This measurement evaluates the absolute minimal skills and competencies that a student should have become proficient with, upon the completion of a particular grade cycle. A brief period of preparation, under normal circumstances, is all that is required to equip a student with the minimal competencies ascertained by this examination. This device was designed to assess your child’s teacher, along with the powers that employ and sanction the performance of that teacher, as it relates to the instruction and learning that may or may not have occurred in their classroom. The FCAT was never developed to grade the students. It was instituted to grade teachers. Why are teacher unions, politicians and school districts pandering to the notion that there is something inherently wrong with evaluating the effectiveness of a teacher? Extraordinary teachers, without blemish, are being denigrated by their inept principals and incapable colleagues. Recently there was an effort to expect a little bit more from teachers, regarding the improved performance of their students on the FCAT. This requirement was quickly purged and rolled back. The ineffective teachers, who did not properly prepare their students for this modest increase in competency, have been incessantly alibied for. I haven’t heard anyone address the harm that was perpetrated upon those children. Our students will not academically advancing themselves, to the point where they catch up and surpass their world counterparts, while confined in their government schools. The beauty, potential and self-actualizing possibilities of these children will be forever cast upon the broken dreams of their predecessors.
My initial thoughts were, this was poorly written and I hoped a teacher did not write it.
More generally, State Senate candidate Dwight Bullard told the Key Largo Civic Center candidate forum audience before the August primary that the FCAT costs the State of Florida $250 million every three years, and he wants to replace it with the ACT. He said he is a career educator and he did not grow up on the FCAT.
At the Upper Keys Business & Professional Women forum on Key Largo this past Wednesday night, Dwight told me that the ACT is very different and is not so easy to teach to.
I told the Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce candidate forum audience at Boondocks on Ramrod Key Tuesday night that the FCAT is destructive to children’s souls and every parent of children in Keys schools hates the FCAT.
Dist. 2 school board candidate Yvette Mira-Talbott told a candidate forum audience earlier in the year how stressful the FCAT was on her children and on her. I have yet to hear any parent of a child who went through Keys schools, or any teacher, say anything nice about the FCAT.
I have heard the FCAT was a Jeb Bush enterprise, which came about after his brother, G.W. Bush, started the No Child Left Behind program, which required states to use standardized testing.
I have heard school board members say colleges do not look at FCAT results, but at SATs.
I have heard school board members say recently that the school district needs to get away from the FCAT.
I have read in the newspapers and heard school board members say that earlier this year President Obama released several states, including Florida, from having to use standardized tests as part of the No Child Left Behind program.
If I were on the school board, I would promote the school district telling the Florida Board of Education to eliminate the FCAT, and if the Board of Education didn’t do it, to expect a declaratory judgment action in Federal Court. And, if the school board declined my suggestion, I would file the action as a dissenting school board member and a private citizen, pro se. I would make sure the Florida Board of Education and the Governor had to deal with the FCAT in public. My list of subpoenaed witnesses would include the school board members, the school superintendent, the school principals, lots of teachers, lots of parents, and any students who cared to tell the judge about the FCAT.
Although a bit rusty, I generally know how to bring litigation in Federal Court, and I have lawyer buddies in the Keys who have kids in Keys schools, who I imagine would help me dot my legal i’s and cross my legal t’s correctly.
Note, I said that’s what I would do if I were on the school board. I did not say I am going to do it in any event.
More specifically, the FCAT, and teaching to it, is pure masculine, which is why it is so widely disliked by real teachers, students and their parents. At the level of soul, they know what the FCAT is doing to education and to children, and to teachers.
So far, only Larry Murray responded to the FCAT comment on the Coconut Telegraph.
Interesting commentary. I have several irons in the fire at the moment, specifically vocational education and the high school dropout/attrition rate and I am not inclined to take on the FCAT.I understand the disdain with which you and many others hold the FCAT and I am inclined to agree.I have yet to see any real value or usefulness with the FCAT.
That being said, I do not perceive any value pissing and moaning about it locally as it is a state requirement and the discussion and action need to take place at the state level.Rather than wallowing in self-righteous indignation as many do, I would urge those who want the FCAT changed to take appropriate action much as you have done in your conversations with Dwight Bullard and Scott Hopes.
I try to take on issues over which local authorities hold sway and thus can implement change if forced to. I do not view the FCAT in that light.To me, grousing about the FCAT makes about as much sense as bitching about the weather. I consider it mental masturbation, a lot of fun but not very profitable.
If someone wants to put together an effort directed at the state level to change or terminate the FCAT, I would be happy to join in.
While Larry keeps charging the castle walls, the castle is burning to the ground from the basement up.
I read in The Key West Citizen recently that after backing the Florida Board of Education’s recent fiat that henceforth Florida K-12 students would be taught and tested according to their ethnic category, Governor Scott backpedaled mucho pronto when the very big political backlash shit hit the very big fan.
I talked briefly with Dwight Bullard about all that at the BPW forum Wednesday night. My impression was Dwight still was in shock from the original fiat. As were lots of people across Florida. Alas, the problem remains: Asian students tend to out-perform all other ethnic categories, and so forth down the ethnic scholastic bipolar performance pecking order.
In much the same vein, I received this beauty and the beast the other day from Nashville J.
While this is from France – it appears some US schools already do this.Is the School game to dump down everyone to the lowest level?
As Pogo says: WE HAVE MET THE ENEMY AND IT IS US !
He doesn’t think it is fair that some kids get help from their parents at home while children who come from disadvantaged families don’t. It’s an issue that goes well beyond France, and has been part of the reason that some Americans oppose homework too. Hollande’s reform plans include increasing the number of teachers, moving the school week from four days to 4 1/2 days, overhauling the curriculum and taking steps to cut down on absenteeism. “Education is priority,” Hollande was quoted as saying
by France24.com at Paris’s Sorbonne University last week.“An education program is, by definition, a societal program. Work should be done at school, rather than at home,” as a way to ensure that students who have no help at home are not disadvantaged.Despite the four-day school week, elementary school children in France spend more hours a year in school than many other developed countries because students are there all day, starting at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 4:30 p.m., with some kids staying even later. It’s not clear where the money to hire thousands more teachers will come from, but, the Associated Press reported
, Education Minister Vincent Peillon will have to figure out how to implement the reforms. One option is to shorten summer vacation, though, such a move isn’t likely to be popular because it is practically sacrosanct in France.Whether Hollande really gets all of this done is open to question. But his homework position is not original; some school districts in the United States did the same thing going back more than a century. Early in the 1900s, the influential Ladies’ Home Journal magazine called homework “barbarous,” and school districts such as Los Angeles abolished it in kindergarten through eighth grade.In fact, some educators said it caused tuberculosis, nervous conditions and heart disease in the young and that children were better off playing outside. The American Child Health Association in the 1930s labeled homework and child labor as leading killers of children who contracted tuberculosis and heart disease. Today people who oppose homework have different objections, among them, the research that suggests it doesn’t really help young children learn.
I don’t know about other kids, but my parents seldom helped me with my homework. In the 4th grade, my father bought me a math workbook, and I did the assignments at home, which he looked over and sometimes helped me with, and that kept me ahead of what was going on in that math class. My first and second years in high school, my father paid the mother of one of my friends to tutor me in algebra and geometry, which did not come easy for me. Otherwise, it was all on me, from first grade through tax law school.
I wrote fairly recently that I flunked out of kindergarten. Lucky me. I was not even ready for 1st grade. I was still learning by experience. My soul revolted at having to not talk, sit still, be force-fed readin’, writin’ and rithmetic’ by rote repetition. The worst thing modern (translates masculine) education does is do to kindergarteners what was done to me in first grade.
I think there is a way for kids to learn in school without having homework assignments, but the masculine system of education is not set up for it. What basically would have to occur is kids really like their classes, they come to school because they want to get to class and and learn. What an odd idea, I’m sure many will say. What is odd to me is the way children are taught in America today.
It was odd to me when I was a kid. I hated school. I didn’t want to go to school. It simply did not interest me. And I there wasn’t anything wrong with me for feeling that way. What was wrong was the masculine way school was taught. One size fits all - the cookie cutter method.
I know that is not going to change, so the best I can come up with is to dramatically increase vocational training, which, if done correctly, is hands on and not just book reading. Reading, writing and arithmetic all can be learned in hands-on vocational training, as part of learning a trade.
How many times a year do I need to know calculus? Zero. But engineers and scientists need to know it, and they can learn it in isolation in textbooks, or they can learn it in a real laboratory where calculus is required to do whatever is the work at hand, such as dredging a channel. Just joking.
I didn’t learn to touch-typing by reading a book. I learned it on a typewriter. Dr. Larry Murray can neither type nor use a computer or the Internet. His wife does all of that for him. Good thing he doesn’t depend on typing or computers or the Internet to get by. Hard to imagine how, in this age, Larry could have done what all school board members are put to do, without being able to type or use a computer or the Internet.
Hard to imagine how any school kid today will be able to get by in life without knowing how to type and use a computer and the Internet. Might be all Keys school children should be required to be facile in all three disciplines by the time they reach K-7. Disciplines they learn by doing them.
You can bet your bippies Lara Logan news commentator war correspondent glamor goddess sex kitten is a whiz in all three disciplines. And in photography. And in interviewing and writing composition. Wouldn’t surprise me if she knows shorthand, too. Not joking.
Nor am I joking when I say her contribution to the recovery and restoration of her own feminine is to report the myriad horrors of war, as Hawkman recommended, and to advocate Uncle Sam stop making war abroad and start dealing with the many beams in his own eye at home.
Psychiatrists worth their salt know that going to war is a classic example of denial of and projection outward of what is awry at home and inward, which is why Jesus told people to first take the beam out of their own eye.
When Hope in Birmingham wrote to me the other day that she was so fed up with American politics that she wanted to move to the South Pole, I was asleep at the switch.