Escalating Suicides Among Returning Military
Posted 23 November 2007 - 09:41 PM
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Posted 25 November 2007 - 12:43 AM
.That is what I feel best describes how there might be an increase in suicides among returning soldiers...Sure, they more than likely picked up on the sadness and pain felt by fellow "living" soldiers who have also had to witness the death of a "brother", as that is how they are taught to consider one another.. as brothers and you never leave a brother behind...But, these young men and women are also carrying their own anguish from what they have had to witness and endure on a daily basis and are more than likely "haunted" by the faces and memories of those they lost in battle...
It has absolutely nothing to do with a dead soldier taking over someones body -- the sadness and pain they feel is simply from what they've witnessed.
.To say that we have all been brainwashed is like saying that we are all in the wrong and whatever you have is the almighty right in all the universe and I am sorry but that's something I just cannot agree with..I think most of us here on GM are logical, civil minded people who have our own opinions on subjects and are open to the possibility of things existing out there beyond what we have been taught...For one, you have provided no proof or evidence what so ever that you have four spirits inhabiting your body, even though others have made suggeestions, such as a hypnotherapy session or something in which these other entities could be given a forum in which to clearly communicate and it could be recorded and you have avoided such. And before you jump the gun, I am not intending to pick on you or bash, merely stating...Now then, that being said we'll move on to the orginal subject...There has been a continuous stream of news reporting deaths of military in the war recently, its an everyday thing now to see a headline about a bombing, its an everyday occurence now...I am going to look further into this to see if there are any statistics to post up on the suicide rates among both civilian and military and see if there is a difference of some kind, at least with numbers, we'll be able to see something concrete...Andas I have stated before, our military would be less likely to commit suicide or suffer as returning home if our ever shameful government would do something to actually provide our men and women with the kind of care that they really do deserve!..I DO NOT like Dubya and I definitely DO NOT have any kind of liking for the US government, but i respect anyone who signs up in the military and can do the job with honor and defend the rights and freedoms of not only the US but for other countries as well...Nuff said, out I go number hunting. *salutes*...
You have all been brainwashed since birth about God and Jesus and Angels and Heaven to the point you are not ready to accept the reality of what may lay ahead for you in the Spirit World beyond Death when you suddenly find your spirit out there in the cold universe just hanging around, hoping someone will see you or hear you and believe you are alive.
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Posted 24 December 2007 - 01:48 AM
To suggest that posessions are behind the high suicide rate is just...well...I almost find it offensive. Instead of pointing the finger of blame towards the spirit world, one could take a close look at the problems these veterans encountered after coming back home...depression, addiction, anxiety-attacks...all clear signs of an overstressed mind. Maybe this is a clear signal that more needs to be done to prevent these mental problems. Combine the atrocities of a war with a feeling of not really knowing what you were fighting it for and a hostile public opinion...that's bound to lead to problems.
Posted 06 January 2008 - 10:17 AM
Edited by Ghost Investigator, 06 January 2008 - 10:24 AM.
Posted 07 January 2008 - 06:16 AM
. I hadn't heard about that, but if it happened it was only because a knowledgeable person who had a medical license knew what she was talking about and the clueless people of the World that she was trying to Educate turned on her and I certainly know how that feels... Perhaps since you are in the Military one day you might need the services of a Psychiatrist like Edith to help you deal with the unhappy spirit of some of your commrades who just might be unhappy at their untimely deaths and follow you home and follow you around crying hoping you will tell the World they are alive in the spirit World, and of course one day if things don't pan out right you could be the one trying to get a Channel like me or Edith to listen to you and tell the world you are alive... Of course since you have spent so much time along with others discrediting people in the know like Edith and I you may not find anyone to believe you anymore than they did Edith and I.
This topic caught my attention as I'm in the military and have been to Iraq. ..Interesting reading until i foud that Edith Fiore, as mentioned in the 9th and 10th paragraphs in the original post, gave up her license due to the California State Board of Psychology accused her of being grossly negligent. That just kind of destroys anything else said. ..Fiore surrendered her license and agreed to stipulations.made by the state and the board without going to an administrative.trial. Fiore, who did not return phone calls from the Saratoga News,.told Meadows--and states on her office voicemail--that she has retired.from the clinical practice of psychology....REFERENCE TO LOSS OF LICENSE
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