I am very familiar with these theories and can rattle them off without consulting
anything but I give full references below.
When I was psychotic (30 years ago) It seem to me that I met someone in me,
or rather, that I was in someone else.
the word arcane is a misnomer for laziness and ineptitude
I used to think so, but recently I read a book that said that all this is a secret because
if you are told straight then you can get schizophrenia. It is a bizarre, conspiracy
theory type idea, that would claim that people in the know can send weaponised
email but, upon reflection, many religions and a few psychologists seem to be
hinting at same sort of “other,” so the hinting may not be laziness but of necessity,
so as not to drive people crazy, maybe.
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