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  • Genre:BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • SubGenre:Social Scientists & Psychologists
  • Language:English
  • Pages:120
  • eBook ISBN:9781483555928

Mind Invasion

The Reality of Voices and the Delusion of Psychiatry

by Fred Sicher

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Overview
Voice-hearing as a subterranean chamber of horrors by real predators victimizing innocent targets rather than delusion and mental illness as misunderstood by mainstream science and medicine. A riveting narrative which unmasks centuries of misunderstanding and ignorance by our most highly educated professionals.
Description
This riveting narrative describes centuries of misunderstanding and ignorance by the world's most highly educated professionals about the human experience of voice-hearing, affecting 300-400 million people worldwide. Describing his own 23-year searing experience, the author, for the first time in human history, reveals the phenomenon can be real predatory victimization rather than delusional hallucination as insistently maintained by science and medicine. As definitive proof, predator voice recordings are described, as well as an impressive body of hard scientific evidence which opens the door for the first time to the reality of the subterranean chamber of horrors predators use to victimize their targets. The implications for therapists are clear, as this new knowledge will revolutionize mainstream science, medicine and law enforcement worldwide, as well as provide direction for development of new technology which will end the suffering of millions worldwide.
About the author
Fred Sicher is the author of " Mind Invasion", an experimental psychologist and former Research Project Director at California-Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, CA. His research study of distant healing and AIDS was published in a peer-reviewed medical journal which resulted in a special issue of TIME magazine and was the basis for a $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for further research. He invented the Amplified Feedback Loop and received a provisional patent for the Remote Dual Monitoring System to listen in on and record for the first time voice-hearers voices. He has worked for the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and lived in Africa, the Middle East and the Caribbean. He is a licensed pilot and experienced blue water sailor, having sailed across the Pacific in a 50 ft. Schooner, along the south Spanish Coast, the Greek Islands and the Turkish Coast.
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