Revised May 21, 2011
In the fairy tale, the Pied Piper was hired to use his
powers of magic and mesmerizing to pipe the rats out
When he did not receive the agreed upon pay, the
enchanter hypnotized the children, bade them leave
their parents and follow him. The piper then locked the
children in a dark cave from which they could not escape.
What then is the moral of this story?
- We should live up to our agreements?
- If you play around with magic and sorcery you might find yourself deceived and end up
with destructive results?
- Hypnosis offered for good purposes may be turned
to your harm?
- We need to guard our suggestible children from
exposure to hypnotists and those who practice mesmerism?
- Beware of lying serpents who say they are here to help you with your problems?
- Four legged rats aren't as bad as two legged ones?
- This was not a fairy tale but a true story?
- Today's pipers are psychotherapists?
- Children should be careful about following surrogates who would separate them from their parents?
- We should teach our children the way out of all bondages and darkness through fervent prayer?
- We should point our children to the one who is truth, is the light, and is the way?
"Paint your therapists Wagon"
starring Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood
Currently seating in the balcony. Absolutely no leaving one's seat once
the therapy has begun. You are in for the duration once this toxic therapy
begins to mess with your mind.
"Abbott and Costello meet the
Therapist and blame their Mummy"
with Marie Windsor
Midnight Madness Feature:
"Invasion of the Body
Snatcher Therapists" with Donald Sutherland
Someone asked what the term shrink means. After giving the question some thought I have come up with these possibilities.
A shrink or therapist shrinks the following:
- your wallet
- your concept of reality
- your family relationships
- your circle of friends
- your view of God
- your faith
- your conscience
- your hope
- your morals
- your trust and loyalty to others
- your humility
- your true memories
- your ability to function
- your mental and physical health
- your independence
- your faithfulness
- your career
- your identity
- your sanity
- your life span
"It is surely one of the most amazing phenomena of the twentieth century that such absurd and disgusting psychofilth is regarded as credible by so many....If the scientific method is not sufficient to discredit them, then what is left in the armory of the commonsensible but the weapon of ridicule? Will laughter and scorn weaken the stranglehold of psychoanalysis on the culture of our age?"
Garth Wood: The Myth of Neurosis
"Quacks are the greatest liars in the world except for the patients who extol
- There is something rotten in Denmark: also in the therapy industry
- Unconditional love or flattery for a fee?
- Dope fiends of psychiatry making junkies of our children
- All that glitters is not gold, and all that feels good is not healthy
- Therapists abusing children--is this not criminal therapy?
- If it quacks like a duck, it may be a duck, but it could be a therapist!!
- Therapists are murdering men's families!
- Perpetrating therapists defrauding insurance companies with mythical illnesses
- Psychosis while you wait--today's treacherous therapy
- Is any therapist responsible for his/her own mistakes?
- Daughters denying daddy and overly dependent upon the therapist
- Daddy is losing patience with the therapy industry
Some of my favorite links
The Courage to Sue
A christian psychologist says therapy made his patients crazy