Psychohistory: Bastard Stepchild of Psychiatry

How many of you are familiar with the mental health discipline of Psychohistory?? If you have read My brilliant writings, the term should be familiar to you, as I have specifically referenced it. But, for the vast majority of humans, the mental health discipline of psychohistory is not merely obscure, but completely unknown.

As an introduction to psychohistory, which is in Truth by far the single most valid, useful, and legitimate of all mental health avenues of scholarly research, I recommend that you read this web page, before proceeding with this essay:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychohistory

So, what is psychohistory? It is: “The study of the psychological motivations of historical events. It attempts to combine the insights of psychotherapy with the research methodology of the social sciences to understand the emotional origin of the social and political behavior of groups and nations, past and present. Its subject matter is childhood and the family, and psychological studies of anthropology and ethnology.” What does this mean?? In a nutshell, Psychohistory seeks to dissect the nature of the human condition, to determine why things are the way they are, why humans make the choices they do, as a collective body, by analyzing the past, by exploring the psychological trauma of the past and of the present, as it relates to human behavioral choice, in the past and present.

Psychohistory is the most valid of all mental health disciplines. What do I mean by valid?? I mean that the foundational premise upon which it claims to be built, as I have described above, is functionally legitimate. Let us not address any of the findings or conclusions of existing psychohistorical research, but let us begin with an acknowledgment that the mandate it claims, the “study of the psychological motivations of historical events, to combine the insights of psychotherapy with the research methodology of the social sciences to understand the emotional origin of the social and political behavior of groups and nations, past and present, with subject matter of childhood and the family, and psychological studies of anthropology and ethnology”, is valid, legitimate, and carries with it the potentiality to reach insights of genuine Forbidden Truth.

Now, let us contrast the discipline of psychohistory, with the disciplines of psychiatry and psychology, which are both socially promoted and well-known throughout the world. Psychiatry and psychology have no validity as mental health disciplines. They have both been built upon a purely artificial platform, based upon the patently false premise that humanity as a majority possesses mental health, sanity, and the capacity to judge and determine what constitutes mental health, versus mental disease and dysfunction.

The standards of what constitutes mental health, from both the psychological and psychiatric viewpoints, have no foundational basis. These standards simply reflect the imposed will of governmental and societal leaders at a given point in time, lacking all legitimate analysis of the past, of human motivations and of the institutionalized traumas which mandate and determine human motivations.

Psychiatry says: “This is normal and healthy because the majority do it, and because government and society wants you to do it.” Psychology says: “You should behave in specific ways because society and government wants you to behave in these ways and will reward you for complying and obeying these external edicts.” But neither discipline has any interest in acknowledging the past and the present functional and institutionalized derangements of belief and behavior, which make a mockery of any claim by the psychiatruc community to promote, restore, or provide mental health to individuals. Very simply, the overt goal of all mental health therapies of psychiatry and psychology is not to restore mental health, but to cloak the universal mental illness within which humanity as a species functions, by denying it, by establishing false and invalid standards of mental health, which in Truth express and manifest absolute mental illness and derangement.

Psychohistory, and again I am speaking only of its claimed mission and mandate, is very different, completely different. Psychohistory claims a mandate to study, dissect, analyze the past, identify and expose the history of human behavioral and ideological pathology, and carry forward an understanding of how the human mind as shaped in the past, controls and determines reality perceptions of today.

Note, I am not saying that the mental health discipline of psychohistory has achieved any of this mandate. It has certainly not done so! But I am describing the mandate that this discipline claims to pursue, and in doing so, in understanding the nature of the claimed mandate, we reach a vital realization of Forbidden Truth:

Psychohistory is extremely dangerous to society and government. It is dangerous because the mandate it claims, if realized, has the potential to completely shatter the absolute house of cards that all mainstream psychiatry and psychology is built upon. Psychohistory has the potential to reach back to the past, expose the past as an endless series of human mistakes caused by mental dysfunction and emotional pathology, and thereby expose the present reality of human existence as being nothing more than the manifestations of profound, universal mental illness which has been institutionalized within a cloak of mental health and sanity.

This is the theoretical potential of psychohistory as a discipline of study and research. To be certain, no psychohistorians have come anywhere close to realizing this potential, and none ever will, because their actions occur under the fascist control of governmental and societal leaders. But still, the theoretical potential is there, and this is why the discipline of psychohistory has been and always will be marginalized, ignored, and hidden from all public understanding and discourse.

Psychiatry possesses no capacity to uncover or express the Forbidden Truth of 21st century universal human derangement. It has a proactive mandate, and is specifically utilized by society and government, to cover up this Truth! The exact same applies to psychology. These disciplines have already been hopelessly corrupted, the standards by which they judge and determine mental health are not merely invalid, but built upon the existing model of universal derangement. For example, believing in god is decreed mentally healthy, agreeing to join a military and murder complete strangers on command of another, is decreed mentally healthy, agreeing to perform slave labor in exchange for worthless pieces of paper is decreed mentally healthy, etc…

Let us recognize psychohistory as the last gasp opportunity for humanity to analyze and understand itself, and thereby gain the capacity to recognize the Forbidden Truth of universal mental derangement as it exists in the real-time present. Let us understand how and why this scientific discipline is being suffocated and stomped out of existence before our very eyes and minds, because of the existential threat to the universal matrix of social illusion, that it poses.

The past of human existence consists of an endless series of profound mistakes, mistakes which have never been analyzed or understood, mistakes which have seemlessly transitioned over many centuries to create the universal derangement of now, the universal matrix of insanity upon which all of human existence in the 21st century, is based. Only by dissecting the past with a ruthlessly Alien Eye of Truth, which is the theoretical potential of the discipline of psychohistory, can the profound mistakes of the past be recognized as not merely shaping and controlling the fatally flawed reality perceptions of today, but of dooming all of humanity to near-term extinction, absent their immediate and absolute abandonment.

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4 comments

  1. I have read something brilliant and I want to contribute to psychohistory and hopefully make it my life’s work. This was absolutely well written!

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    1. Thank you for recognizing and appreciating the fact that you have read something brilliant.

      Do as you wish in your imagined existence, but for the sake of conscious enlightenment you should understand that psychohistory threatens to expose Forbidden Truth, and therefore it will always be marginalized and dismissed by every society and government. In order to become even marginally accepted or “successful” as a psychohistorian, you will have to compromise and ignore Truth in all of your public writings, you will have to pander to the very structures to which you should embrace an obligation, in the name of truth, to expose as directly causing the historical as well as the ongoing, crippling of humanity and destruction of all positive species potential.

      If you read the writings of Lloyd deMause, Paul H. Elovitz, Robert Jay Lifton, and others who have identified as psychohistorians, you will see a consistent failure to take the facts and Truths realized, to their logical conclusion, or to project them forward to the real-time present moment, in an unbiased manner which honors and expresses the functional realities of humanity in the now. The current state of psychohistorical analysis reveals some profoundly valuable Truths of the past, yet fails to integrate these Truths to the factual reality of the present and the future. A perfect example of this, is Lloyd DeMause’ seminal speech at a parenting conference, you can read it here:

      http://psychohistory.com/articles/the-history-of-child-abuse/

      The horrors of child abuse as perpetrated in the past, are comprehensively articulated. And yet the closer we get to the present, the more distortions and denials of Truth occur, leading to a perverse conclusion of hope and optimism for the future which betrays Truth itself.

      The psychohistorian who is devoted to expressing and revealing Truth as it relates to the present and the future, not merely the past, will never find an audience of more than a handful, and will never be granted any type of credibility by any society or government.

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  2. And yet no societies can’t get a grip on childabuse. They should honor the Psycho-historian approach and take it very seriously if they want end the abuse of children

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