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Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry II

June 25, 2019

The Illusory Nature of Land and Ownership

No-one has any claim to assert over this land.(1)

We are all guests on the land we inhabit.

Ownership is a man-made concept, a position of an illusory nature which we all identify with – this is especially so with public land.

Aboriginal customs and culture are not rooted in the land, but within the spirits which also inhabit their land, and the dreaming. This land is no more sacred then, every other piece of land.

Should we cordon off everyone other piece of land, also? Each race was at one time not in Australia, therefore we are all guests.

The pro-closure people appear as sycophants whom crave to follow another rule down the turn to block the freedoms of all for the sake of but a few.

Restricting land and sites which is of benefit to all people should be looked at with a new veneer of clarity.

Ownership is temporary, just as the rain that washes off of the rocks, this will pass to.

Clarity on the mental level where each of us overcome our restrictive desires should be embraced by encompassing the desire vs desirelessness path. 


(1) Ayers Rock

Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry II

February 17, 2016

Truth vs Resisted Truth

Cutting through the haze of political correctness – great read. … What we resist, we project into the universe and believe this is the Truth, but it is a deception, as it is a resisted truth.


While the Obama administration, Hollywood and major media such as Time magazine promote transgenderism as “normal,” said Dr. McHugh, these “policy makers and the media are doing no favors either to the public or the transgendered by treating their confusions as a right in need of defending rather than as a mental disorder that deserves understanding, treatment and prevention.”

“This intensely felt sense of being transgendered constitutes a mental disorder in two respects. The first is that the idea of sex misalignment is simply mistaken – it does not correspond with physical reality,” McHugh wrote. “The second is that it can lead to grim psychological outcomes.”

The transgendered person’s disorder, said Dr. McHugh, is in the person’s “assumption” that they are different than the physical reality of their body, their maleness or femaleness, as assigned by nature. It is a disorder similar to a “dangerously thin” person suffering anorexia who looks in the mirror and thinks they are “overweight,” said McHugh.

This assumption, that one’s gender is only in the mind regardless of anatomical reality, has led some transgendered people to push for social acceptance and affirmation of their own subjective “personal truth,” said Dr. McHugh. As a result, some states – California, New Jersey, and Massachusetts – have passed laws barring psychiatrists, “even with parental permission, from striving to restore natural gender feelings to a transgender minor,” he said.

The pro-transgender advocates do not want to know, said McHugh, that studies show between 70% and 80% of children who express transgender feelings “spontaneously lose those feelings” over time. Also, for those who had sexual reassignment surgery, most said they were “satisfied” with the operation “but their subsequent psycho-social adjustments were no better than those who didn’t have the surgery.”

“And so at Hopkins we stopped doing sex-reassignment surgery, since producing a ‘satisfied’ but still troubled patient seemed an inadequate reason for surgically amputating normal organs,” said Dr. McHugh.

The former Johns Hopkins chief of psychiatry also warned against enabling or encouraging certain subgroups of the transgendered, such as young people “susceptible to suggestion from ‘everything is normal’ sex education,” and the schools’ “diversity counselors” who, like “cult leaders,” may “encourage these young people to distance themselves from their families and offer advice on rebutting arguments against having transgender surgery.”

Dr. McHugh also reported that there are “misguided doctors” who, working with very young children who seem to imitate the opposite sex, will administer “puberty-delaying hormones to render later sex-change surgeries less onerous – even though the drugs stunt the children’s growth and risk causing sterility.”

Such action comes “close to child abuse,” said Dr. McHugh, given that close to 80% of those kids will “abandon their confusion and grow naturally into adult life if untreated”..