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Problematischer Psychologe / Problematic psychologist

Sigmund Freud
(1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker

 

Sigmund Freud
Foto von Max Halberstadt, 1921


 

Es – Ich – Über-Ich

Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) unterschied zwischen drei Instanzen innerhalb des "psychischen Apparats":

  • "Es/Id" – Unterbewusstsein
  • "Ich" – Vermittlungsinstanz zwischen "Es" und Außenwelt
  • "Über-Ich" – Leitbilder, Wertvorstellungen, Handlungsnormen, Gewissen

 

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3. Kränkung der Menschheit

Erkenntnis des dominanten Unbewussten

  • 1917 stellt er [S. Freud] seine Entschlüsselung des Unbewussten in eine Reihe mit den Theorien von Kopernikus und Darwin. Alle drei hätten sie die Menschheit gekränkt.
    • Kopernikus hatte die Erde vom Mittelpunkt der Welt an den Rand gerückt.
    • Darwin hatte die göttliche Natur des Menschen gegen eine Affennatur ersetzt.
    • Und Freud habe dem Menschen gezeigt, dass er kein Herr im eigenen Haus ist, weil das Unbewusste viel dominanter sei als das Bewusste.
Richard David Precht (*1964) deutscher Philosoph, Dozent, Fernsehmoderator, Publizist, Wer bin ich. Und wenn ja, wieviele? Eine philosophische Reise, Kapitelüberschrift "Ulm. Ein Winterabend im 30-jährigen Krieg. Woher weiß ich, wer ich bin?", S. 88, Goldmann Verlag, 24. Auflage September 2007

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Persönliche Bekenntnisse

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Frauen

Siehe auch (engl.): Legend of king Arthur, knight Gawain and lady Ragnell

  • Die große Frage, die ich trotz meines dreißigjährigen Studiums der weiblichen Seele nicht zu beantworten vermag, lautet: "Was will eine Frau eigentlich?" Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, zitiert in: Ernest Alfred Jones (1879-1958) britischer Neurologe, Psychoanalytiker, offizieller Biograph von Sigmund Freud, Autor, Das Leben und Werk von Sigmund Freud, Band 1, Huber, Bern, 1960

 

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Familiärer Kindesmissbrauch

"Was hat man Dir, Du armes Kind getan?" – Zentrale Frage aus Goethes Gedicht Mignon

  • Früher war ich arglos, seither ist mir die kriminelle Bedeutung mancher Dinge klar geworden, ich kann mich nicht entschließen, davon zu sprechen. […] In meinen Analysen sind es die Nächststehenden, Vater oder Bruder, die die Schuldigen sind. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Brief an seinen Freud Wilhelm Fließ in Berlin, 28. April 1897
    • [Paraphrasiert] Kinder, die sexuell stimuliert werden, sind nicht mehr erziehbar. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Quelle unbekannt

 

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Kindesmissbrauch: Freud wurde als Vierjähriger von einem Kindermädchen sexuell stimuliert. Als Siebenjähriger sah er seine Mutter nackt und begehrte sie und war eifersüchtig auf seinen Vater.

Quelle: Gustav Keller, deutscher Autor, Freuds Liebesleben. Seine eigene Triebgeschichte, Königshausen u. Neumann, 24. Juni 2012

 

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Freuds Bekenntnis wenige Monate nach dem Tod seines perversen Vaters

 

Traum

  • Ich erhalte eine Zuschrift vom Gemeinderat meiner Geburtsstadt, betreffend die Zahlungskosten für eine Unterbringung im Spital im Jahre 1851, die wegen eines Anfalls bei mir notwendig war. Ich mache mich darüber lustig, denn erstens war ich 1851 noch nicht am Leben, zweitens ist mein Vater, auf den es sich beziehen kann, schon tot. Ich gehe zu ihm ins Nebenzimmer, wo er auf dem Bette liegt, und erzähle es ihm. Zu meiner Überraschung erinnert er sich, dass er damals 1851 einmal betrunken war und eingesperrt oder verwahrt werden musste. [...] Du hast also auch getrunken, frage ich. Bald darauf hast du geheiratet? Ich rechne, dass ich ja 1856 geboren bin, was mir als unmittelbar folgend vorkommt. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Die Traumdeutung, S. 421, 1900, Nikol, gebundene Ausgabe August 2011

 

Einsichten

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Wundersamkeit

  • Es verwundert uns viel zu wenig. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Quelle unbekannt

 

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Mut

  • Man kann Leute nicht entbehren, die den Mut haben, Neues zu denken, ehe sie es aufzeigen können. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Quelle unbekannt

 

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Tücken des Skeptizismus

  • Wenn man sich für einen Skeptiker hält, tut man gut daran, gelegentlich auch an seiner Skepsis zu zweifeln. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Quelle unbekannt

 

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Sinn des Lebens

  • Im Moment, da man nach Sinn und Wert des Lebens fragt, ist man krank. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Quelle unbekannt

 

Zukunftsaussichten

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Geheimnis

  • Eines Tages denken dieselben Menschen über dieselben Dinge ganz anders als bisher; warum sie nicht schon früher so gedacht haben, bleibt ein dunkles Geheimnis. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Quelle unbekannt
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Narzissmus

Sigmund Freud prägte den Begriff "Narzissmus" mit Bezug auf den griechischen Mythos von Narziss, der sich in sein Spiegelbild auf der Wasseroberfläche des Teichs, in den er schaute, verliebte.
Narzissmus: Egoism / Selbstfixiertheit auf der Grundlage des eigenen Selbstbildes.


 

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Genderthematik – Sexualität

  • Die Objektwahl des geschlechtsreifen Individuums wird auf das gegenteilige Geschlecht eingeengt, die meisten außergenitalen Befriedigungen als Perversionen untersagt. Die in diesen Verboten kundgegebene Forderung eines für alle gleichwertigen Sexuallebens setzt sich über die Ungleichheiten in der angeborenen und erworbenen Sexualkonstitution der Menschen hinaus, schneidet eine ziemliche Anzahl von ihnen vom Sexualgenuss ab und wird so die Quelle schwerer Ungerechtigkeit. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Quelle unbekannt

 

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Aggression – Selbstzerstörung

  • Die Schicksalsfrage der Menschenart scheint mir zu sein, ob und in welchem Maße es ihrer Kulturentwicklung gelingen wird, der Störung des Zusammenlebens durch den menschlichen Aggressions- und Selbstvernichtungstrieb Herr zu werden. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Das Unbehagen in der Kultur, VIII, 1930

 

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Geheimnisverrat

  • Wer Augen hat zu sehen und Ohren zu hören, überzeugt sich, dass die Sterblichen kein Geheimnis verbergen können. Wessen Lippen schweigen, der schwätzt mit den Fingerspitzen; aus allen Poren dringt ihm der Verrat. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Quelle unbekannt

 

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Streben nach Glück

Freud erachtete die Deutschen als unbegabt für Glück. Er definierte Glück unter anderem als "laues Behagen".

  • Mit Sicherheit weiß ich nur das eine, dass die Werturteile der Menschen unbedingt von ihren Glückswünschen geleitet werden, also ein Versuch sind, ihre Illusionen mit Argumenten zu stützen [...]. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Das Unbehagen in der Kultur, VIII, 1930

 

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Unbewusste

  • Das Unbewusste ist das eigentlich reale Psychische, uns nach seiner inneren Natur so unbekannt wie das Reale der Außenwelt und uns durch die Daten des Bewusstseins ebenso unvollständig gegeben wie die Außenwelt durch die Angaben unserer Sinnesorgane. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Gesammelte Werke. Die Traumdeutung / Über den Traum Band 2/3, S. 617, S. Fischer, 9. Auflage 1. Januar 1945

 

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Schmerz – Freude

  • Wir streben mehr danach, Schmerz zu vermeiden, als Freude zu gewinnen. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Quelle unbekannt

 

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Schamverlust

  • Der Verlust von Scham ist das erste Zeichen von Schwachsinn. […] Kinder, die sexuell stimuliert werden, sind nicht mehr erziehungsfähig […]. Die Zerstörung der Scham bewirkt eine Enthemmung auf allen anderen Gebieten, eine Brutalität und Missachtung der Persönlichkeit des Mitmenschen. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Gesammelte Werke Band 7 (1906-1909), S. 149, Fischer, 7. Auflage 1. Januar 1941

 

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Begehren vs. Liebe

  • Wo sie lieben, begehren sie nicht, und wo sie begehren, können sie nicht lieben. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) österreichischer Neurologe, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der Psychoanalyse, Religionskritiker, Autor, Kleine Schriften, Band 1, Kapitel 19 "Über die allgemeinste Erniedrigung des Liebeslebens", 1912

 

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Verdrängte männliche Päderastie

Quotes by S. Freud

Personal avowals

  • "I know that I have artificially blinded myself at my work in order to concentrate all the light on one dark passage'."
    [Paraphrased.] I need to deepen the darkness in order to see what has faint light to it. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, cited in: Letter to Lou Andreas-Salomé, S. 20, 25. May 1916

 

  • I regard myself as one of the most dangerous enemies of religion. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion

 

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Freud's last words on his death bed. (He committed doctor assisted suicide.)

  • Now it's nothing but torture and makes no sense anymore. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion

 

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Religion

  • My deep engrossment in the Bible story (almost as soon as I had learnt the art of reading) had, as I recognised much later, an enduring effect upon the direction of my interest. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, An Autobiographical Study, 1925, Martino Fine Books, paperback 20. May 2010

 

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Unhealthy authoritarian detached psychiatric model

  • I cannot advise my colleagues too urgently to model themselves during psycho-analytic treatment on the surgeon, who puts aside all feelings, even his human sympathy. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion; cited in: Peter D. Kramer (*1948) US American psychiatrist, former Marshall scholar, faculty member of Brown Medical School specializing in the area of depression, author, Sigmund Freud. Inventor of the Modern Mind, S. 26, 2006, Harper Perennial, reprint edition 3. November 2009
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Narcissism

Sigmund Freud coined the term "narcissism" based on the Greek myth of Narcissus who fell in love with his own image reflected on a pool of water.
Narcissism: egotism / fixation for oneself based on one's self image.


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Discomfort and ignorance in respect to women

Freud confessed this to his client/benefactor Marie Bonaparte. See also: ► Legend of king Arthur, knight Gawain and lady Ragnell

 

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Freud's misogyny

  • Women oppose change, receive passively, and add nothing of their own. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, author, paper entitled The Psychical Consequences of the Anatomic Distinction Between the Sexes, written 1925

 

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Religion

  • [O]ne might venture to regard the obsessional neurosis as a pathological counterpart to the formation of a religion, to describe this neurosis as a private religious system, and religion as a universal obsessional neurosis. The essential resemblance would lie in the fundamental renunciation of the satisfaction of inherent instincts, and the chief difference in the nature of these instincts, which in the neurosis are exclusively sexual, but in religion are of egoistic origin. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, Obsessive Acts and Religious Practice, 1907, alternative source: The Future of an Illusion ['Die Zukunft einer Illusion'], 1927

 

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Religion

  • Religious doctrines […] are all illusions, they do not admit of proof, and no one can be compelled to consider them as true or to believe in them. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, The Future of an Illusion [Die Zukunft einer Illusion], chapter 6, 1927

 

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Religion

  • Religion is an illusion and it derives its strength from the fact that it falls in with our instinctual desires.

 

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Religion

  • The religions of mankind must be classed among the mass-delusions of this kind. No one, needless to say, who shares a delusion ever recognizes it as such.

 

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Religion

  • The whole thing [religion] is so patently infantile, so foreign to reality, that to anyone with a friendly attitude to humanity it is painful to think that the great majority of mortals will never be able to rise above this view of life. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, Civilization and its Discontents ["Das Unbehagen in der Kultur"], Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, Wien, 1930

 

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Superego

  • The super-ego retains the character of the father, while the more powerful the Oedipus complex was and the more rapidly it succumbed to repression (under the influence of authority, religious teaching, schooling and reading), the stricter will be the domination of the super-ego over the ego later on — in the form of conscience or perhaps of an unconscious sense of guilt. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, The Ego and the Id, 1923

 

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Urge to kill

  • The very emphasis of the commandment "Thou shalt not kill" makes it certain that we are descended from an endlessly long chain of generations of murderers, whose love of murder was in their blood as it is perhaps also in ours. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion

 

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Psychoanalysis

 

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Birth

  • Moreover, the act of birth is the first experience of anxiety, and thus the source and prototype of the affect of anxiety. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, The Interpretation of Dreams, Franz Deuticke, Leipzig and Vienna, 4. November 1899, in a footnote added to 2nd edition in 1909, cited in: Psychoanalytic Pioneers, S. 46, Transaction Publishers, 1995

 

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Dream interpretation

  • The interpretation of dreams is the royal road to a knowledge of the unconscious activities of the mind. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, author, The Interpretation of Dreams, S. 608, Franz Deuticke, Leipzig and Vienna, 4. November 1899

 

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Manipulative profit/status oriented psychiatric model

  • If one wanted to make a living from the treatment of nervous ailments, one had to do something for them. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, cited in: Peter D. Kramer (*1948) US American psychiatrist, former Marshall scholar, faculty member of Brown Medical School specializing in the area of depression, author, Sigmund Freud. Inventor of the Modern Mind, S. 45, 2006, Harper Perennial, reprint edition 3. November 2009

 

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Circumcision in Abramitic religions

Freud fails to note that in many cultures – including the Hebrew one – circumcision is carried out by force. The boy is not offered a choice of accepting or rejecting this "painful sacrifice."

  • Circumcision is a symbolical substitute of castration, a punishment which the primaeval father dealt his sons long ago out of the awfulness of his power, and whosoever accepted this symbol showed by so doing that he was ready to submit to his father's will, although it was at the cost of a painful sacrifice. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, author, Moses and Monotheism, Hogarth Press, London, Institute of Psychoanalysis, Vienna and Zurich, 1939, cited in: The Psychology of Circumcising "What has been done to you, poor child?" , presented by circumstitions.com, undated

 

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Copernicus ♦ Darwin ♦ Freud - Three culprits inflicting major blows to long held human paradigms

Freud’s "wounding blows", presented by brainethics, 10. December 2005

  • Humanity has in the course of time had to endure from the hands of science two great outrages upon its naive self-love.
    1. The first was when it realized that our earth was not the center of the universe, but only a tiny speck in a world-system of a magnitude hardly conceivable; this is associated in our minds with the name of Copernicus, although Alexandrian doctrines taught something very similar.
    2. The second was when biological research robbed man of his peculiar privilege of having been specially created, and relegated him to a descent from the animal world, implying an ineradicable animal nature in him: this transvaluation has been accomplished in our own time upon the instigation of Charles Darwin, Wallace, and their predecessors, and not without the most violent opposition from their contemporaries.
    3. But man's craving for grandiosity is now suffering the third and most bitter blow from present-day psychological research which is endeavoring to prove to the ego of each one of us that he is not even master in his own house, but that he must remain content with the veriest scraps of information about what is going on unconsciously in his own mind.
We psycho-analysts were neither the first nor the only ones to propose to mankind that they should look inward; but it appears to be our lot to advocate it most insistently and to support it by empirical evidence which touches every man closely. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, author, Introduction to Psychoanalysis [Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis], 1916-1917

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'Irrtümliche' Verführungstheorie (Sexueller Kindesmissbrauch)

  • Sigmund Freud hatte 1896 frühzeitig erkannt, dass zahlreiche Kinder, in erster Linie Mädchen von Familienangehörigen und hier hauptsächlich von ihren Vätern sexuell missbraucht wurden. Diese Entdeckung war hochexplosiv und mochten seine FachkollegInnen nicht akzeptieren, so dass Freud geschnitten und isoliert wurde.

Freud-Museum, Frontseite mit Firmenschild
Berggasse, Wien, 28. November 2010
Als S. Freud seine «irrtümliche» Auffassung aufgegeben hatte, bekam er wieder Zugang zur medizinischen Fachwelt, von der er zuvor geschnitten worden war. Freud widerrief 1905 öffentlich die Verführungstheorie (d.h. sexuellen Kindesmissbrauch), und schon 1908 hatten sich ihm angesehene Ärzte angeschlossen:
Paul Federn, Isidor Sadger, Sandor Ferenczi, Max Eitington, Carl Gustav Jung,
Ludwig Binswanger, Karl Abraham, Abraham Brill und Ernest Jones.
Psychoanalytiker waren nicht besonders interessiert an Freuds Motiven seines Gesinnungswandel, auch wenn sie mit ihm überzeugt waren und sind, dass die Psychoanalyse sich nur in der Absage an die «Verführungstheorie» entwickeln konnte. Rudolf Sponsel, Erlangen, Der Widerruf der Missbrauchstheorie ("Verführungstheorie") durch Sigmund Freud, bezugnehmend auf die Forschungsergebnisse und Aussagen von Jeffrey Masson, Ph.D. über Freud, 30. August 2001, zuletzt geändert 15. Januar 2007

 

Kritik

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Freud, ein homophober Phallokrat

  • Er [Freud] hat nichts Allgemeingültiges vorgebracht, und seine Lehre ist ein auf seine Hirngespinste, seine Obsessionen und sein vom Inzest gequältes und zerfressenes Innenleben zugeschnittenes Konstrukt. Michel Onfray (*1959) französischer Philosoph, Begründer der Université populaire de Caen, Autor, zitiert in: Artikel Sigmund Freud Inzestuöse Leidenschaft, präsentiert von der deutschen Tageszeitung Stuttgarter Zeitung, Gudrun Mangold, 17. Mai 2011

 

'Kritik von Freuds Angehörigen

 

  • [W]as Freud über seine Patientenbefunde an [Wilhelm] Fließ berichtet, ist eine soziale Realität männlicher Distanzlosigkeit: des Missbrauchs, dessen Häufigkeit selbst den illusionslosen Freud aus der Ruhe bringt, auch wenn sie seither Therapeuten kaum wundert. Der Zugriff des Hausherrn auf die Dienstmädchen, das Recht des Hausherrn im Ehebett sind nur das eine. Ein anderes aber ist das Leiden von Kindern. [...] In allen Fällen der Zwangsneurose, berichtet Freud, habe sich in frühem Kindesalter ein passives sexuelles Erlebnis feststellen lassen. Artikel War er ein guter Vater? Sigmund Freud war für seine sechs Kinder nahezu unerreichbar. Auch deshalb hatte er auf sie großen Einfluss., präsentiert von der deutschen Tageszeitung Zeit Online, Elisabeth Thadden, Nº 22, 30. Mai 2010

 

Freuds Unverständnis für Frauen

  • Freud ... schrieb einmal: 'Was will die Frau eigentlich?'
    Er hatte nicht die geringste Ahnung. Und woher hätte er es auch wissen sollen, er war umgeben von Frauen, die so unterdrückt waren, dass sie selbst nicht wussten, was sie wollten. Frauen, die sich selbst nur negativ bestätigen konnten - als zweitklassige Ausgabe des Mannes, als Zwischending zwischen Mann und Kind, als ein hohler Penis oder wie ihre Analytiker sie sonst nannten. Oder dadurch, dass sie immer dem stärksten Jungen nachliefen – nur um geduckt zu werden.
    […] Heute sind wir umgeben von Frauen, die wissen, was sie wollen. Die Frauenbewegung ist der sichtbare Beweis dafür, dass unsere Natur nicht vorbestimmt ist, sondern dass wir wählen können. Wir sind nicht dazu verurteilt, passiv und masochistisch zu sein, sondern können genausogut aktiv sein, tatkräftig, voller Stärke, Initiative, Solidarität und politischem Willen. […] Wer wagt zu behaupten, die neuen Frauen seien nicht auch Teil der Natur? Maria Marcus, dänische Feministin, ehemalige sexuelle Masochistin, Autorin, Die furchtbare Wahrheit. Frauen und Masochismus, S. 306, Rowohlt TB-Verlag, Rheinbeck, Erstauflage 1982, Juni 1991

 

  • Sigmund Freud sagte: Das Verdrängte wird ständig symbolisch ausagiert, und gerade das Wesentliche kann nicht als Realität erinnert werden. Olga Rinne, deutsche Autorin, Medea, Kreuz Verlag, 1988

Critical quotes on S. Freud by various other sources

Personal avowals
Freud provided the rationale for male supremacy. Book reference: Excerpted from Moving Beyond Words, pp. 32-69, 1994, and Nelson, E.D. & Robinson, B., chapter 2, pp. 52-73, Gender in Canada. Prentice-Hall, Toronto, Canada, 1999

  • I was speaking to the American Psychological Association and the American Psychiatric Association. I did write this [funny] essay What if Freud were Phyllis? (1994) [to get the message across by reversing Freud's theses].
    I read every word of what that crazy guy wrote and – I was shocked, shocked. […] He ended up denying that childhood sexual abuse was real. He said that children phantasized it because they wanted it.
    I commend Phyllis Freud to you. […] The footnotes are now bigger than the essay. He really said this.
    It also made me understand why Freud was so much more popular here [in the United States] than in Europe. Religion wasn't exactly working any more to put down this huge wave of abolitionists, suffragists, and rebellion. He provided a pseudoscientific rationale for male supremacy. Video keynote address by Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, founder and editor of the feminist US magazine "Ms", journalist, writer, 2012 Polly Wheeler Guth '44 Leader in Residence, presented by girl's school Chatham Hall, VA, 17. January 2012, YouTube film, minute 41:00, 1:21:48 duration, posted by Chatham Hall 19. April 24 2012

 

  • Jane [Russell] tried to convert me [to religion], and I tried to introduce her to Freud. Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) US American actress, singer, (presidential) model, source unknown
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Freud's influential role in the Tavistock Intitute in London heading for crowd control

  • According to some reputable researchers, Sigmund Freud was Tavistock's first director, followed by his daughter, who apparently still runs the facility.1 It was used to program the postwar leaders of Germany's government, churches, schools, corporations, etc., from among the POWs who were easy to manipulate.
    One of the rare items concerning the Tavistock Institute appears in Business Week, October 26, 1963, with a photograph of its building in the most expensive medical offices area of London. The story mentions "the Freudian bias" of the Institute, and comments that it is amply financed by British blue-chip corporations, including Unilever, British Petroleum, and Baldwin Steel. Tavistock Institute quotes, presented by whale.to, undated

 

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Freud did not discover the unconscious.

  • One of the virtually reactionary myths of the twentieth century is that Sigmund Freud is the "discoverer of the unconscious." The legend of Freud not only falsifies historical truth but also burdens the history of enlightenment with an absurd and inexplicable asymmetry and retardation in the investigation of the unconscious. How could enlightenment have investigated consciousness critically and empirically without encountering its "other side"? […] Enlightenment depth psychology was born in 1784, […] when the Marquis of Puységur discovered so-called magnetic sleep, which came to be called hypnosis in the nineteenth century. [...]
    Hypnosis […] had a grave disadvantage, for which reason, later enlightenment tried to repress this more than a century old "episode": After the procedure, the patients had forgotten everything they had experienced. Through the "posthypnotic amnesia," as it was later called, they were at the mercy of the magnetizer, who could profit from their excursions into the unconscious. Still in a trance, they had to submit themselves to the healing commands of the magnetizer, who transposed the knowledge he had gained in the session about the patient's problematic into hypnotic instructions. These were supposed to remain effective in the unconscious for the patient's own good. Understandably, later enlightenment did not want to be involved with such procedures based entirely on authority and trust. After all, psychologically speaking, enlightenment always meant an advance in the training of mistrust – in the construction of an ego concerned about self-assertion and control of reality. Freud's methodology can be summarized, in a way, as the attempt to keep the path to the unconscious open without using hypnosis. One may consider whether, in Freud's procedure, a finesse born of mistrust is not at work. Peter Sloterdijk (*1947) German cultural scientist, professor of philosophy, Universität Karlsruhe, TV host, essayist, Critique of Cynical Reason, two volumes, [1983] S. 47-49, University of Minnesota Press, 1987, 1989

 

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⚡ Pavlov's and Freud's findings funneled into scientific massmind control of a dictatorial globalist elite

  • Physiology and psychology afford fields for scientific technique which still await development. Two great men, Pavlov and Freud, have laid the foundation. I do not accept the view that they are in any essential conflict, but what structure will be built on their foundations is still in doubt. I think the subject which will be of most importance politically is mass psychology. [...] Its importance has been enormously increased by the growth of modern methods of propaganda. Of these the most influential is what is called "education." Religion plays a part, though a diminishing one; the press, the cinema, and the radio play an increasing part. [...] It may be hoped that in time anybody will be able to persuade anybody of anything if he can catch the patient young and is provided by the State with money and equipment. […]
    The subject will make great strides when it is taken up by scientists under a scientific dictatorship. […] The social psychologists of the future will have a number of classes of school children on whom they will try different methods of producing an unshakable conviction that snow is black. Various results will soon be arrived at. First, that the influence of home is obstructive. Second, that not much can be done unless indoctrination begins before the age of ten. Third, that verses set to music and repeatedly intoned are very effective. Fourth, that the opinion that snow is white must be held to show a morbid taste for eccentricity. But I anticipate. It is for future scientists to make these maxims precise and discover exactly how much it costs per head to make children believe that snow is black, and how much less it would cost to make them believe it is dark gray. […]
    Although this science will be diligently studied, it will be rigidly confined to the governing class. The populace will not be allowed to know how its convictions were generated. When the technique has been perfected, every government that has been in charge of education for a generation will be able to control its subjects securely without the need of armies or policemen. Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) British philosopher, social critic, logician, mathematician, historian, social reformist, "pacifist", member of the Royal Society, Nobel laureate in literature, 1950, The Impact of Science on Society, 1951, Routledge, new edition 1. January 1985

 

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Originally listening to his sexually traumatized women patients, Freud broke his alliance with them in order to adopt a more patriarchal stance.

  • [P]atriarchy […] has profoundly shaped not only our religion and politics but also our very understanding of ourselves, our psychology. […] great psychologist, Sigmund Freud, who turned abruptly away from his early insights into the sources and nature of human suffering to a psychology that inscribed patriarchy as in the nature of things. […] Freud's ambition to succeed according to the terms of Viennese manhood against the background of an increasingly aggressive political anti-Semitism distorted, as patriarchy often does, some of his most creative and lasting contributions to human understanding. […] Freud frames his struggles to manhood in terms of the Aeneid. We then consider alternative views within psychoanalysis, in particular, those of Sandor Ferenczi and Ian Suttie, who, even in Freud's lifetime, exposed and questioned his confusion of patriarchal culture with human nature, offering a different reading of the relationship between culture and psychology.
    Ferenczi and then Suttie located in history, including the history of an individual life, what Freud had naturalized: the identification with the voice or law of the father and the prevalence of aggression or violence. Where Freud saw development or instinct at work, Ferenczi saw trauma and Suttie the breaking of intimate relationship. Carol Gilligan, Ph.D. webster.edu (*1936) US American professor of gender studies, psychologist, feminist, ethicist (community, relationships), writer, David A. J. Richards, US American professor of law, The Deepening Darkness. Patriarchy, Resistance, and Democracy's Future, Cambridge Books Online, S. 159, Cambridge University Press, 1st edition 10. November 2008

 

  • It was Freud's ambition to discover the cause of hysteria, the archetypal female neurosis of his time. In his early investigations, he gained the trust and confidence of many women, who revealed their troubles to him. Time after time, Freud's patients, women from prosperous, conventional families, unburdened painful memories of childhood sexual encounters with men they had trusted: family friends, relatives, and fathers. Freud initially believed his patients and recognized the significance of their confessions. In 1896, with the publication of two works, The Aetiology of Hysteria and Studies on Hysteria, he announced that he had solved the mystery of the female neurosis. At the origin of every case of hysteria, Freud asserted, was a childhood sexual trauma. But Freud was never comfortable with this discovery, because of what it implied about the behavior of respectable family men. If his patients' reports were true, incest was not a rare abuse, confined to the poor and the mentally defective, but was endemic to the patriarchal family. Recognizing the implicit challenge to patriarchal values, Freud refused to identify fathers publicly as sexual aggressors. Though in his private correspondence he cited "seduction by the father" as the "essential point" in hysteria, he was never able to bring himself to make this statement in public. Scrupulously honest and courageous in other respects, Freud falsified his incest cases. In The Aetiology of Hysteria, Freud implausibly identified governessss, nurses, maids, and children of both sexes as the offenders. In Studies in Hysteria, he managed to name an uncle as the seducer in two cases. Many years later, Freud acknowledged that the "uncles" who had molested Rosaslia and Katharina were in fact their fathers. Though he had shown little reluctance to shock prudish sensibilities in other matters, Freud claimed that "discretion" had led him to suppress this essential information.
    Even though Freud had gone to such lengths to avoid publicly inculpating fathers, he remained so distressed by his seduction theory that within a year he repudiated it entirely. He concluded that his patients' numerous reports of sexual abuse were untrue. This conclusion was based not on any new evidence from patients, but rather on Freud's own growing unwillingness to believe that licentious behavior on the part of fathers could be so widespread. His correspondence of the period revealed that he was particularly troubled by awareness of his own incestuous wishes toward his daughter, and by suspicions of his father, who had died recently. Judith Lewis Herman (*1942) US American psychiatrist, researcher, teacher, author, Father-Daughter Incest, 1981, S. 9-10, Harvard University Press, 5. May 2000

Quotes by David R. Hawkins and Scott Jeffrey

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

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The unconscious – inner child – becomes dangerous when it gets repressed by conscious denigration.

Sigmund Freud saw the unconscious as a devouring entity. Exposed to it, humans could fall into disarray and chaos.

 

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Definition of ego

 

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Projection

 

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Childhood sexual abuse memories

US American psychoanalyst and critical author on Sigmund Freud's theoretical concepts and psychoanalysis Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Ph.D. (*1941) debunked Freud's seduction theory in his book The Assault on Truth. Freud's Suppression of the Seduction Theory, 1984.
See also: Confabulation



 

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Note: Hawkins, self-acclaimed Freud's 'grandson', was frozen in misogynous Freudian views.

  • Footnote 8: Hawkins was a Freudian analyst for fifty years. Freud’s theories play a fundamental role in Hawkins’ interpretation of reality. [...] [T]he same limitations found in Freud’s theories are found in Hawkins’ theories. Scott Jeffrey, US American business and marketing consultant, author, Power vs. Truth. Peering Behind the Teachings of David R. Hawkins, chapter 5 The Ego and Human Development, S. ~308, Creative Crayon Publishers, 14. January 2013

Englische Texte – English section on Sigmund Freud

Freud's shadow

Sigmund Freud's shadow
TimeframeEvent / actionLegend
~1860
May 1897
Suffering undisclosed abuse from his father, Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) concluded in a note that men, in general, are suppressing their penchant of pedophilia. "Unfortunately, my own father was one of these perverts and is responsible for the hysteria of my brother (all of whose symptoms are identifications) and those of several younger sisters."2
1860/1900 Four year old boy, Freud was sexually molested by his Czech nanny who also introduced him to Catholic ritualism. He blamed her as the cause of the majority of his psychological hangups. "A series of dreams, forty years after the events he hoped to recall, was devoted to her. Freud concluded that the servant had been 'my teacher in sexual matters', though he failed to explain what he meant."3
1864-1867
Onwards
Freud experimented with "cocaine therapy" in vain. While drug peddling, he became a cocaine addict himself.4 Furthermore, he was a nicotine addict.
"Freud was a cocaine user indeed. Only that cocaine was not prohibited during his time, but prescribed and used as an euphoric."5
1897After joining the oldest Jewish service organization in the world B'nai B'rith International at age 41, Freud's career took off. [See text below.]
1895-1907
13 August 1898
Placed in a love triangle, Freud had a secret extramarital affair with his unmarried sister-in-law Minna Bernays,6, who allegedly got pregnant by Freud and aborted the incestuously conceived child in Meran in 1900.7
1953 and again 1969 Jung first revealed Freud's triangular affair with his intended wife Martha Bernays and his caustic, intellectual "muse and closest confidante" Minna Bernays. 1898 Freud and Bernays lodged in a double room registered as "Dr. Sigm Freud and Frau" in the "Schweizerhof" in the Swiss Alps.8
While Freud's favorite line was "The truth shall set you free", he – in favor of his reputation and career – did carefully hide his secrets, one of which was adultery.
1902-1938Via bribery Freud was appointed associate professor of neuropathology at the University of Vienna. His wealthy patient Baroness Marie von Ferstel bribed the Austrian minister of education with a rare painting.9
1905-1922Freud proposed a theory of universal repressed homosexuality among men.10
See: Sigmund Freud's views on homosexuality
~1908Freud committed psychological and intellectual abuse on all three of his daughters:
Mathilde (1887-1978), Anna (1895-1982), Sophie (1893-1920) who died prematurely.
"[Freud] was particularly troubled by awareness of his own incestuous wishes toward his daughter."11
1910Freud founded the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA), which was structured as a secret society presumably aligned with the goals of B'nai Brith aiming to subvert, exploit and enslave.12
1910 onwardsVia the Illuminati-controlled media and the education system the perverted beliefs on incest, pedophilia, orgies, and homosexuality of crypto-Sabbatean and sex cultist Freud offering his toxicological libido theory were sold to the world in the guise of science and medicine.
~1912Staunch atheist, yet closet Jewish fanatic Freud denied man's spiritual dimension.
"Above all, Freud’s attitude towards the spirit seems to me highly questionable. Wherever in a person or in a work of art, an expression of spirituality (in the intellectual, not the supernatural senses) came to light, he suspected it, and insinuated that it was repressed sexuality."13
End 1912Break with heretical follower of Freud Carl Gustav JungJung was brainwashed by Freud.
1914-1918
1920
During WWI Freud's teacher Prof. Wagner-Jauregg applied the torture technique of electrotherapy on shell-shocked soldiers. Freud, who considered soldiers as "malingerers", wrote a long memorandum defending Wagner-Jauregg. Though this torture practice was forbidden by the Austrian War Ministry in 1920, Freud continued to use some electrotherapy on his patients
1915 Freud is the father of the sexual liberation and oversexualization of society. "Sexual morality – as society, in its extreme form, the American, defines it – seems to me very contemptible. I advocate an incomparably freer sexual life."14
 In his letters Freud revealed his greediness:
"My mood depends very much on my earnings. Money is laughing gas for me."15
 E. Michael Jones conclusion: Psychoanalysis, the "talking cure", is based on the Illuminati initiatory ritual used as a form of mind control. For a fee, it absolved rich people for their guilty pleasures and permission to proceed.
"Both were based on having the patient or adept give in-depth, quasi-confessional "examinations of conscience" during which they told the Illuminist controller or psychotherapist details of their personal lives which could later be used against them. Both Illuminism and psychoanalysis ended up as covert forms of psychic control, whereby the controller learned of the adepts dominant passion and manipulated him accordingly."16
"[Freud himself] was convinced that it was in the very nature of psychoanalytic doctrine to appear shocking and subversive. On board a ship to America he did not feel that he was bringing that country a new panacea. With his typically dry wit he told his traveling companions, "We are bringing them the plague."17
 Throughout his life, Freud was a proud, chauvinistic, even vengeful Jew. His famed "irreligiousness" was merely his anti-Christian, antigentile bias. Freud's racial bias is the most important.
"One of Freud's most powerful motives in his life was the desire to inflict vengeance on Christ."18
1919Break with heretical follower of Freud Victor TauskTausk was brainwashed by Freud.
1920Discussing the Kabbalah with rabbi Chaim Bloch (1865-1948), Freud, fixated on Moses, proposed that Moses had been an Egyptian pharaoh, not a Jew. Actually, Freud's theory of the Oedipus complex is based on the figure of Moses and his Mother-son incest from which monotheism resulted.19
~1920Freud was sympathetic to Zionism. His oldest son Martin (1889-1967) was a member of the Zionist student organization Kadimah. Freud himself was an honorary member of it.20 Martin's brother Ernst became active in editing a Zionist periodical.
1923Break with heretical follower of Freud Herbert SilbererSilberer was brainwashed by Freud.
1924 [1886]Supremacist, racist, and sexist Freud disrespected his (American) patients. "Freud's letters reveal that he disregarded his clients. He considered his patients as his 'Negroes'."21
1927Break with heretical follower of Freud Wilhelm Reich22Reich was brainwashed by Freud.
May 1930Four thousand psychiatrists from fifty-three countries are welcomed by US president Herbert Hoover at the International Congress on Mental Hygiene in Washington, D.C.. Their new pronouncement states that they alone have the knowledge to "understand and control human behavior […]. Psychiatry must now decide what is to be the immediate future of the human race. Psychiatrists alone possess the superior intelligence and knowledge to alter materially and permanently human behaviors."
25.·June·1936Freud became a foreign fellow of the Royal Society in London.
4.·June·1938Freud's family moved to London to escape the impending danger of being deported by the Nazis in Austria.
12·July·1938Sexist misogynist Freud wrote: "As a substitute for penis envy, identification with the clitoris; neatest expression of inferiority, source of all inhibitions."23
1938-1939Supposedly Freud was a director of the Tavistock Clinic in London. This NHS mental health clinic and training centre was founded in 1920. Tavistock was then the world's premier "brainwashing" institute that claims to be an scientific authority on ritual abuse, Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD), and Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), the creation of which allows for the programming of 'Monarch mind-controlled slaves.'24
1923
23. September
1939
Heavy cigar smoker, Freud had been suffering from mouth cancer since 1923. After several surgeries the tumor was inoperable. Upon Freud's request his doctor administered a fatal dose of morphine on 21. September 1939. Two days later Freud died.
1979 The obnoxious black sheep of the Freud family, Freud's daughter-in-law Ernestine (Esti) Drucker-Freud (1896-1980), Martin's wife and mother of Freud's granddaughter Sophie, stated in her unpublished memoir All members of the Freud family are "pigs", especially my own husband, topped by one exception only: the gaffer, Sigmund Freud."25
1984Freud's seduction theory, the theory on childhood sexual abuse memories (Confabulation), was debunked by US American psychoanalyst and former antiquar at the Freud Society in London and critical author on Sigmund Freud's theoretical concepts and psychoanalysis Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Ph.D. (*1941) in his book The Assault on Truth. Freud's Suppression of the Seduction Theory.26/27

 

Sigmund Freud was a closet fanatical Jew aka Zionist.

In some place in my soul, in a very hidden corner, I am a fanatical Jew. I am very much astonished to discover myself as such in spite of all efforts to be unprejudiced and impartial. What can I do against it at my age? Sigmund Freud, committed atheist, letter to Dr. David Feuchtwang (1864-1936) Austrian chief rabbi of Vienna, 1931, cited in: Emanuel Rice, M.D., US American associate clinical professor of psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, City University of New York, author, Freud and Moses. The Long Journey Home, S. 25, State University of New York Press, 2. October 1990
Compare with Derrida's paradoxical avowal:
  • The feeling of Jewishness remains in me something dark, abysmal, and above all, unstable. Both powerful and labile. Nothing is as important to me as my Jewishness which, however, in many respects, has so little importance in my life. Jacques Derrida (1930-2004) Algerian French postmodern philosopher, founder of deconstructionism, developer of post-structuralism, atheist, cited in: Hervé Ryssen, Les Espérances planétariennes, S. 183, Éditions Baskerville, 2005

 

Sigmund Freud's influential role in the Tavistock Intitute in London heading for crowd control.

According to some reputable researchers, Sigmund Freud was Tavistock's first director, followed by his daughter, who apparently still runs the facility.28 It was used to program the postwar leaders of Germany's government, churches, schools, corporations, etc., from among the POWs who were easy to manipulate.
One of the rare items concerning the Tavistock Institute appears in Business Week, October 26, 1963, with a photograph of its building in the most expensive medical offices area of London. The story mentions "the Freudian bias" of the Institute, and comments that it is amply financed by British blue-chip corporations, including Unilever, British Petroleum, and Baldwin Steel.
Tavistock Institute quotes, presented by whale.to, undated

 

Atheist Freud believed that conventional morality is an unnatural repression of the sexual urges imposed during childhood.


Sigmund Freud, 1926

In his book Sigmund Freud and The Jewish Mystical Tradition, professor of psychology David Bakan, Ph.D. (1921-2004) has shown that Freud was a "crypto-Shabbatean". When Freud discovered the Lurianic Kabbalah he exclaimed "This is gold!" wondering why it had never previously been brought to his attention.
Bakan describes Freudian psychoanalysis as a derivative of the Lurianic Kabbalah, a 2nd century Gnostic formulation founded and promoted by the Jewish heretic Sabbatai Zevi, who had declared himself as Messiah in 1666, taught sex magic, and then converted himself to Islam and the Zohar.

 

In 1897 Freud, at age 41, joined the oldest Jewish service organization in the world B'nai B'rith International29 ("Children of the Covenant"), founded by the Rothschild dynasty on 13. October 1843 to prevent exposure of the global Zionist networks. Offshoot of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, the 'BB' operates worldwide to brand as 'anti-Semitic'30 anyone who exposes the Rothschild operation. In 1913, B'nai B'rith launched the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) specifically to target and defame researchers and critics ready to expose Israel and the growing Zionist influence worldwide – supposedly to protect Jewish people.
After joining the B’nai B’rith Freud's career took off. [See text above.]

 


Sabbatai Zevi, 1665
"According to Idries Shah (1924-1996), the twelfth century Qadiriyya Sufi order was the origin of the Rosicrucians, the most important occult movement after the Renaissance, who later evolved into the Freemasons. As detailed in Black Terror · White Soldiers, the Rosicrucians were responsible for orchestrating the advent of Sabbatai Zevi, who took the Jewish world by storm in 1666 when he declared himself their expected messiah. However, Zevi disappointed the vast majority of his followers when he subsequently converted to Islam. Nevertheless, an important segment followed him into Islam as well, and to this day consist of a powerful community of secret Jews known as Dönmeh." David Livingstone, US American independent scholar and investigator of the occult influence in history, author, blog article The Sufi Conspiracy, 17. August 2013

 

See also:
⚡ Critical quotes on S. Freud by other sources
Timeline of long-term mass mind control administered by the parallel government
⚡ Kinsey's K-bomb unleashed "sexual liberation" brutalization and political control
Tavistock's agenda: long-term crowd control, mass-brainwashing, dehumanization, and depopulation
"Archons" and "Aeons" as explained in Gnosticism and interpreted by John Lash

 

Links zum Thema Sigmund Freud

Kritische Literatur

Literature (engl.)

Critical literature on Sigmund Freud and psychoanalysis (engl./French)

Debunking of Freud's seduction theory

From its inception the sexual liberation was a form of (mass) control. Aldous Huxley wrote: "As political and economic freedom diminishes, sexual freedom tends compensatingly to increase," Brave New World, preface, edition 1946

Externe Weblinks

  • Wikipedia-Einträge Sigmund Freud, Ödipuskonflikt, Strukturmodell der Psyche [Zweite Topik, Drei-Instanzen-Modell] 1923, Triebtheorie bei Kindern (Entladung der Libido): 1. Orale Phase ♦ Anale Phase ♦ Phallische Phase ♦ Latenzphase ♦ Genitale Phase, Verführungstheorie Mitte 1890 postierte Freud diese Vorgängertheorie des Ödipuskonflikts. Zwar hatte er die Verführungstheorie fallen gelassen, es aus opportunistischen Gründen erst 1906 bekanntgegeben.

External web links (engl.)



Audio- und Videolinks

Freud-kritische Medien

Einsatz zur Aufhebung von skandalösen psychiatrischen Fehlentscheidungen (Beispiel: Fall von Gustl Mollath)

Audio and video links (engl.)

Freud critical media contributions

After rereading Freud's thesis on the mental label "women's masochism", defined as "pleasure in pain", Caplan, missing the term 'Macho personality disorder' defeated Freud in 'The Myth of Women's Masochism.' 'Women's masochism' was redefined as selfdefeating personality disorder, proposed in DSM III-R for further review.

  • Video presentation by E. Michael Jones, Ph.D. (*1948) former professor, media commentator, editor of Culture Wars Magazine, author, Libido Dominandi Sexual Liberation and Political Control through manipulation, presented by TruTube.TV, 1:00:45 duration, posted 24. March 2013   Link deleted

References to S. Freud, starting minute 33:52

Documentaries and movies (engl.)

Modern political propaganda began in Britain with George Creel. Minute 40:36
American pioneer of propaganda aka public relations, and political marketing Edward Bernays believed that America's public opinion must be engineered from above by society's due masters. Minute 42:26



The Freud dynasty – largely associated with the Tavistock Institute in London – influenced the way corporations and governments have analyzed,‭ dealt with, and controlled ‬people: Sigmund Freud, founder of psychoanalysis; Anna Freud, Freud's devoted mind-massaged daughter, Edward Bernays, inventor of public relations; Matthew Freud, present-day PR guru and Sigmund's great grandson

  • Award winning British television documentary film The Century of the Self, researched and written by Adam Curtis (*1955) British BAFTA winning documentarian, television producer, director, narrator, writer, produced by British TV channel BBC Four, 2002, presented by BBB.Co.UK, 240 minutes duration, posted in 2006

1. Happiness Machines, 17. March 2002
2. The Engineering of Consent, 24. March 2002
3. There is a Policeman Inside All Our Heads: He Must Be Destroyed, 31. March 2002
4. Eight People Sipping Wine in Kettering, 7. April 2002

Adam Curtis: "This series is about how those in power have used Freud's theories to try and control the dangerous crowd in an age of mass democracy."

 

Interne Links

Hawkins

 

 

1 See: Tavistock's agenda: long-term crowd control, mass-brainwashing, dehumanization, and depopulation

2 Paul Ferris, Dr. Freud. A Life, S. 135, Counterpoint, Washington, D.C., 1997

3 Paul Ferris, Dr. Freud. A Life, S. 16, Counterpoint, Washington, D.C., 1997

4 Article Was Freud A Depraved, Drug Addicted Deviate?, presented by SelfGrowth.com, John Smethers, Ph.D., ~May 2015

5 Jean Chiriac, Freud and the "Cocaine Episode", presented by freudfile.org, AROPA, 1998-2015

6 Sigmund and Minna? The Biographer as Voyeur, presented by the US American newspaper The New York Times, Peter Gay, 29. January 1989

7 Kathleen Daniels, Minna's Story. The Secret Love of Doctor Sigmund Freud, Health Press, 1992

8 Hotel Log Hints at Illicit Desire That Dr. Freud Didn’t Repress, presented by the US American newspaper The New York Times, Ralph Blumenthal, 24. December 2006

9 "Meine Glückstiere" – Die Patientinnen von Sigmund Freud. Wer waren Sie?, präsentiert von dem österreichischen Medium Profil online, 6. Oktober 2007

10 Article by Jay Geller, The Godfather of Psychoanalysis: Circumcision, Antisemitism, Homosexuality, and Freud's "Fighting Jew", presented by the US American peer-reviewed academic journal Journal of the American Academy of Religion, American Academy of Religion, Vol. 67, No. 2, pp. 355-385, Oxford University Press, June 1999

11 Judith Lewis Herman (*1942) US American psychiatrist, researcher, teacher, author, Father-Daughter Incest, 1981, S. 9-10, Harvard University Press, 5. May 2000

12 E. Michael Jones, Ph.D. (*1948) former professor, media commentator, editor of Culture Wars Magazine, author, Libido Dominandi. Sexual Liberation and Political Control, S. 122, St. Augustine's Press, 1999, 1st edition 15. April 2005

13 Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) Swiss psychiatrist, psychoanalytist, founder of a new school of depth psychology, author, autobiography Memories, Dreams, Reflections, S. 149, Fontana Press, 1961, reissued edition 6. March 1995

14 Peter Gay (1923-2015) US American historian, educator, skeptical Freud biographer, author, biography Freud. A Life for Our Time, S. 143, J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1988, cited in: Kevin B. MacDonald, Ph.D. kevinmacdonald.net (*1944) US American professor of psychology, biobehaviorial scientist, California State University-Long Beach, author, The Culture of Critique. An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements, Praeger, 1998, chapter 4 "Jewish Involvement in the Psychoanalytic Movement" (Delineating the Jewish guru syndrome), S. 121, 1stbooks Library, paperback edition 2002

15 E. Michael Jones, Ph.D. (*1948) former professor, media commentator, editor of Culture Wars Magazine, author, Libido Dominandi. Sexual Liberation and Political Control, S. 116, St. Augustine's Press, 1999, 1st edition 15. April 2005

16 E. Michael Jones, Ph.D. (*1948) former professor, media commentator, editor of Culture Wars Magazine, author, Libido Dominandi. Sexual Liberation and Political Control, St. Augustine's Press, S.127, 1999, 1st edition 15. April 2005

17 Mannoni, S. 168, 1971, cited in: Kevin B. MacDonald, Ph.D. kevinmacdonald.net (*1944) US American professor of psychology, biobehaviorial scientist, California State University-Long Beach, author, Freud's Follies. Psychoanalysis as a Religion, Cult, and Political Movement, presented by wermodandwermod.com, 16. February 2012

18 Thomas S. Szasz (*1920) Hungarian US-American professor emeritus of psychiatry, State University of New York Health Science Center, Syracuse, New York, social critic of the moral and scientific foundations of psychiatry and scientism, author, The Myth of Psychotherapy. Mental Healing as Religion, Rhetoric, and Repression, S. 146, Syracuse University Press, paperback, 1. December 1988

19 See: Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion, author, Moses and Monotheism, Hogarth Press, London, Institute of Psychoanalysis, Vienna and Zurich, 1939

20 David Bakan (1921-2004) US American psychologist, co-founder and director of the American Psychological Association's Division 26, author, Sigmund Freud and The Jewish Mystical Tradition, Beacon Press, Boston, 1958, Dover Publications, 9. December 2004

21 E. Michael Jones, Ph.D. (*1948) former professor, media commentator, editor of Culture Wars Magazine, author, Libido Dominandi. Sexual Liberation and Political Control, S. 116, St. Augustine's Press, 1999, 1st edition 15. April 2005
Article by Claudia Tate, US American author, Freud and His "Negro": Psychoanalysis as Ally and Enemy of African Americans'', presented by Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society, Volume 1, Number 1, pp. 53-62, spring 1996, reprint by Chicken Bones, Journal for  Literary & Artistic African-American Themes

22 Video presentation by E. Michael Jones, Ph.D. (*1948) former professor, media commentator, editor of Culture Wars Magazine, author, Libido Dominandi Sexual Liberation and Political Control through manipulation, presented by TruTube.TV, minute 33:52, 1:00:45 duration, posted 24. March 2013

23 One of Freud's last writings

24 See: Tavistock's agenda: long-term crowd control, mass-brainwashing, dehumanization, and depopulation

25 German source: Artikel War er ein guter Vater? Sigmund Freud war für seine sechs Kinder nahezu unerreichbar. Auch deshalb hatte er auf sie großen Einfluss., präsentiert von der deutschen Tageszeitung Zeit Online, Elisabeth Thadden, Nº 22, 30. Mai 2010
Reference: Sophie Freud,
Living in the Shadow of the Freud Family'', Greenwood Publishing Group, 1. January 2007

26 Masson referenced David Livingstone's book: Black Terror. White Soldiers. Islam, Fascism and the New Age, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 16. June 2013

27 See also: David Livingstone, Controversies in Psychotherapy and Counselling, S. 12, Sage Publications, publishing date unknown

28 See: Tavistock's agenda: long-term crowd control, mass-brainwashing, dehumanization, and depopulation

29 The B’nai B’rith International ("Children of the Covenant") is the oldest Jewish service organization in the world, a severed secret Freemason lodge founded in London. It is committed to the security and continuity of the Jewish people and the State of Israel and combating antisemitism and bigotry. Its mission is to unite persons of the Jewish faith and to enhance Jewish identity through strengthening Jewish family life.
[Die B’nai B’rith (Söhne des Bundes) sind eine abgetrennte Freimaurer-Grossloge, die 1843 als Geheimloge in London gegründet wurde. Seit damals ist sie ausschliesslich Juden vorbehalten und nach dem Muster der Freimaurer organisiert, der anzugehören sie jedoch ablehnen.]

30 "The term 'anti-Semitism' is used by the Israel lobby in the United States to restrict criticism of Israel's violent and inhumane policies against the Palestinian people and Israel's domination over the US government." Images From Palestine, Facebook comment, 9. January 2016

 

Anhand der Skala des Bewusstseins (von 1-1000), erarbeitet von Dr. David R. Hawkins, hat Sigmund Freud einen Bewusstseinswert von 499. Dies kategorisiert ihn als genialen Denker und ausgezeichneten spirituellen Lehrer.
Quellen: Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 139, 2005 und Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, S. 87, 2008
Freudian analyst for fifty years, Hawkins considered himself the "great grandson" of Freud. The same limitations
found in Freud’s theories are found in Hawkins’ theories which he called "true teachings.".
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