Monday, April 23, 2012

EXPERT | Paranormal expert reviews videos, assesses danger

To start off an upcoming series of posts on the comments and advice of others in regards to the demonic activity plaguing my life, I am posting the assessment made by an expert in paranormal investigations three months ago, after he reviewed some of the videos I posted on Vimeo of demonic activity:

Stephen Galante
Listen, I wouldn't fool around with the possible activity going on in your apartment. I would contact a legitimate investigations team in your area. I'm sure there are a number of them; [so], let them come in to investigate. You may need to clear that area of possible negative entities. If you need to contact us further or [need] help finding a group, visit our web site. For our team, contact us at:
There you can link to us on Facebook by ["Like-ing"] the Visual Paranormal Investigations Facebook page. That will put you on our contact list with other groups from around the country, and we can [then] hook you up with a group in [California].

Mad as Hell: Demon-induced trauma likely to blame for PTSD

Absent any pre-existing psychological conditions, combined with the fact that trauma is known to occur in conjunction with paranormal experiences, it may be safe to say that the sole contributing factor to my recent diagnosis of PTSD can be contributed to my numerous encounters with the agents of the anti-Christ, which coincide perfectly with said diagnosis.

While I admit that standing at the mouth of Hell a couple of times was stressful, I was still reluctant to accept this diagnosis without evaluating some of the research on how paranormal encounters and trauma relate, specifically.

Believe it or not, there exists such research on, which has this to say on the subject:

Trauma and the paranormal

"The purpose of trauma is to help us find, and then achieve, our purpose in life"
(Tim Field) 
Trauma and paranormal experiences often go hand in hand, with one triggering the other. Abduction or a close encounter will often result in trauma, whilst trauma from a mundane terrestrial cause (eg accident, violence, bullying and harassment) often leads to paranormal experiences such as precognition, telepathy and sometimes a UFO experience. 
The collective symptoms of trauma often add up to Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a natural emotional reaction to a deeply shocking and disturbing experience. Almost anybody can suffer PTSD although it appears that those most likely to experience trauma are people who are sensitive, empathic, caring, honest, trustworthy, imaginative, artistic and creative. PTSD is a real condition, not imagined; PTSD is a psychiatric injury, not a mental illness. The differences between mental illness and psychiatric injury are listed at the bottom of my PTSD page
Experiencing paranormal activity as a result of trauma (particularly if you've not had paranormal experiences before) may initially increase the trauma, especially if denial escalates. Those who already perceive your psychiatric injury as a mental illness are likely to take your disclosure of paranormal activity as confirmation that you really are on your way to the funny farm. 
The causes of trauma have three things in common:
  • an external cause - you cannot traumatize yourself, something or someone has to do it to you (this factor is important in cases of negligence and personal injury); suddenness or unexpectedness are key components
  • violation - your body and/or mind are violated by an unexpected and unwelcome intrusion; with many forms of trauma the violation is of a sexual nature (eg harassment, rape, a violent partner, sexual abuse, abduction, etc)
  • loss of control - the experience is unexpected, overwhelming and beyond your control (and would be beyond the control of most people)
The effects of trauma are surprisingly commonplace, and many people suffering "stress" (from whatever cause - including the workplace) will find they are experiencing some (probably most) of the symptoms of trauma. These include:
  • bewilderment and confusion, an inability to understand what is happening or why it happened
  • a strong sense of denial, an inability to convince yourself that the experience was real; your denial is reinforced by the denial of those around you and especially of people in authority
  • irritability, short-temperedness, sudden intense anger and occasional violent outbursts
  • hyperawareness, an acute sense of time passing, the seasons changing, distances when travelling
  • an enhanced environmental awareness, a greater respect for the natural world, a feeling of "wanting to save the planet"
  • hypervigilance, which feels like but is not paranoia, and which may be (sometimes deliberately) mislabelled as paranoia by those around you
  • sleep problems including nightmares and waking early
  • flashbacks and replays which you are unable to switch off
  • impaired memory, forgetfulness, memory which is intermittent, especially of day-to-day trivial things
  • inability to concentrate
  • exaggerated startle response
  • panic attacks, feelings of nervousness and anxiety, excessive sweating, trembling, palpitations
  • hypersensitivity - almost every action or remark is perceived as critical or threatening, even when you know it isn't
  • a deep sense of betrayal
  • obsessiveness - the experience takes over your life, you can't get it out of your mind
  • joint and muscle pains with no obvious cause
  • depression (reactive, not endogenous)
  • excessive shame, embarrassment and guilt
  • undue fear
  • low self-esteem and low self-confidence
  • a deep sense of unworthiness, undeservingness and and non-entitlement
  • physical numbness, especially in fingers, toes and lips
  • emotional numbness, anhedonia, an inability to feel love or joy
  • detachment, avoidance of anything that reminds you of the experience
  • physical and mental paralysis at any reminder of the experience
One of the most common causes of trauma is bullying, which includes all forms of psychological violence, harassment and emotional abuse. My experience and research suggests that at least half the population are bullied (click here to identify the bullying in your life), either at work or at school, or by a partner or family member, or by people in authority, or by neighbours. Bullying causes prolonged negative stress which ultimately results in trauma. For more information on how stress causes ill health, see the injury to health page. For more information on the effects of trauma, including the DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for PTSD, see the PTSD page
Interest in the paranormal and extraterrestrials has grown steadily over the last two decades. Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind and ET - The Extraterrestrial have become classics. Chris Carter's long-running series X-files starring FBI agents Gillian Anderson as Dana Scully and David Duchovny as Fox Mulder has enthralled a new generation - as well as older generations. Star Trek (Next Generation, Voyager and Enterprise) and Stargate have made travel to distant planets and contact with alien races a part of normal everyday life. Ray Santilli's Alien Autopsy created enormous interest although its authenticity is in doubt. Maybe it doesn't matter whether the alien autopsy is genuine - perhaps the purpose is to raise awareness, educate and prepare so that a forthcoming revelation will not panic the planet. 
The US government continues to sequester land around Groom Lake air base in Area 51 in Nevada. Stories of captured flying saucers abound, with the possibility that the stealth program uses reverse-engineered UFO technology. The rumor of Roswell refuses to go away. It's likely that the B-2 stealth plane's successor (often referred to as Aurora) is already operational, and may have been since 1991. It's also likely that the the successor to Aurora is also flying. 
It's estimated that as many as 2 million Americans believe they have experienced an alien abduction. The pioneering work of Dr John E Mack (Abduction: human encounters with aliens, Simon & Schuster, 1994, ISBN 0-671-85194-2) and Whitley Strieber (CommunionTransformation et al) has opened our eye to the possibility that the physical world which dominates our lives may be only a part of our existence. Gifted individuals may, knowingly or unknowingly, be part of a greater plan which our denial mechanisms have hitherto prevented us perceiving. John Mack's book challenges our earth-bound paradigms of normality (that our three-dimensional world view is all that there is). Whether you're interested in the UFO phenomenon or not, his book offers an excellent study of trauma and its consequences for the individual. 
An academic study of how people come to terms with and recover from trauma with special emphasis on subsequent spiritual growth and development is contained in Trauma and transformation: growing in the aftermath of suffering (Richard Tedeschi and Lawrence Calhoun, Sage, 1996). 
Bully OnLine identifies bullying as a common form of psychological violence which is a major cause of stress and trauma; bullying is also identified as the underlying behaviour of harassment, discrimination, prejudice, abuse, conflict and violence, as well as the current limiting factor for human evolution.

GANG-STALKING | Night of the Gun Chase

Night of the Gun Chase (unfinished) is a preview of an upcoming series of posts that describe ways demons have used humans to carry out their nefarious agenda, which, in this case, was to murder me by gunshot; specifically, it depicts some of the events that transpired on the night of March 29th, 2006, at my first home in Sunnyvale, California, and where a demon-led attempt on my life was made by two individuals, with the acquiescence of crooked cops, and with the foreknowledge of family, former friends, and many others.
Night of the Gun Chase is viewable at six locations
This movie was made in 2007, and is part of an abandoned attempt to combine elements of recorded audio, official documents, eyewitness accounts and personal experience into a single, coherent story:

The reason why this could not be done at that time is only just now obvious: I did not yet know what was behind the avalanche of surreal and insurmountable problems that kept cropping up in my life for the first time ever. Every new piece of information begged at least half a dozen new questions. Overwhelmed, and strapped for resources, I gave up.

But now that I can definitively point the finger in the right direction, I intend to revisit the past, answering any leftover questions with my new knowledge, a fraction of which is posted on this blog.

And, it is on this blog that I will try to do this; so, for as long as it takes, I will provide a history of events, which started in February 2006 to until August 2006, and pertain to the demon-inspired gangstalkers, so that readers will have the requisite background in order to fully understand the nature and reason behind the demon attacks that are occurring now, and to otherwise make more clear the motivations of the persons and demons involved in my life and the lives of others.

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Following is the Night of the Gun Chase PDF, which includes commentary at the beginning that clearly indicates that I did not yet know the extent of what was going on. So, as you read this, realize that I knew nothing of what I know now—that demons were involved.

It corresponds to an unfinished podcast episode—the pilot, actually—which talks about an attempt on my life. The entire story is best read in the PDF; it contains documentation to support the claims I make in the narrative.

Neither the podcast or the PDF tell the whole story; it would be too unbelievable at this point, especially without key pieces of video surveillance footage and eyewitness testimony, which are missing, but are things I hope to acquire during the discovery phase of the related federal civil lawsuit.