Simona Rich con What You Probably Didn’t Know About Psychology: Occult Roots, Mind Control and NWO Agenda (English Edition)
In this booklet I discuss the Greek origins of psychology, its development in the West, psychology today that’s heavily influenced by new-age doctrines, occult origins of some psychotherapies, the true purpose of psychiatry, and more.
I hope that this booklet will explain why psychology is not only anti-Christian but also harmful.
It’s easier to see why yoga cannot be Christian (though some believe that it can) than it is to see why psychology cannot be reconciled with Christianity. Psychology is not only anti-Christian, but is damaging to the mind and soul. I hope this booklet will help you to understand why this is the case, but I understand that some people will keep clinging to the mainstream news and science and won’t believe the claims that this booklet makes.
People who do not see the pure evil of the system and therefore rely on “scientific” sources of information will not find such sources disclosing the truth, because a house divided against itself cannot stand – Satan does not attack his own kingdom, like Jesus said. It’s important to understand that we were conditioned to rely on the people with university degrees and those who wear formal clothes, uniforms or white lab coats. We were also conditioned to believe that what we hear on news must be true. Unfortunately, those behind the scenes in charge of educational, media and business institutions (including the medical field whose purpose is profit) do not have our best interests in mind. If you choose to continue believing that there’s no conspiracy and that all these systems exist for your benefit, I cannot help you and there’s no point in reading this booklet any further. But if your mind is not closed to such possibilities, this information might be of benefit.
It’s false to assume that psychology has anything to do with science. It has nothing to do with science. Its basis is philosophy. It was formed by people who didn’t know God and thus relied on their own intelligence to figure things out. Later some physicians added their own views and methodologies to the mix, thus systemizing the subjective search for truth within and without. Some of the earliest psychiatric treatments were not only subjective but outright dangerous, like drilling holes into people’s heads to get demons out of the brain, or making people overdose on insulin so that they would go into a coma in order to remove their addictions.
Psychology is always changing, and the views that it held a decade ago are now seen as inferior, as new views are exalted and subscribed to. This is not scientific, and one should really think whether it’s wise to submit to some psychologists’ views when in ten years’ time that particular methodology might be completely negated or even viewed with horror. And even the new exalted views aren’t new at all, but usually stem from pagan sources though clothed in modern terminology to make them more acceptable to the public, as you’ll read in the chapter about occult and mind control practices.
It is my hope that this booklet will help you to understand what psychology really is and where its practices came from, so that you’re informed and as a result choose not to engage in such ways of healing.