Jennifer Siciliano

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Name: Jennifer Siciliano
Date registered: June 7, 2013
URL: http://www.notascrazyasyouthink.com

Latest posts

  1. The Ultimate Violation of My Civil Liberties PART I: The Final Lockdown; I am a Jew. And I’ll prove it! — April 9, 2017
  2. The Ultimate Violation of My Civil Liberties PART II: The Final Lockdown; I am a Jew. And I’ll prove it! — April 9, 2017
  3. The Somers Record: Somers’ Siciliano Creates Living, Breathing Art — August 11, 2016
  4. My Story On Meds — June 20, 2016
  5. Elimination of the Mentally Ill: the Genetic Undesirable — June 5, 2016

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  1. My Story On Meds — 6 comments
  2. The Passage of Time — 2 comments

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Apr 09

The Ultimate Violation of My Civil Liberties PART I: The Final Lockdown; I am a Jew. And I’ll prove it!

The FINAL Lockdown     PART I You better watch out. You better not cry. Because I assure you, I am an expert in such affairs. They may lock you up and throw away the key, and you will have me to remember giving you a fair warning about it. We are living in ominous …

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Apr 09

The Ultimate Violation of My Civil Liberties PART II: The Final Lockdown; I am a Jew. And I’ll prove it!

If you haven’t first read PART I, please click on the link below before continuing: The Ultimate Violation of My Civil Liberties  PART I: The Final Lockdown   Otherwise, continue reading: PART II During the end of the 19th century, there was an explosive growth of mental asylums in both America and Europe built with taxpayers …

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Aug 11

The Somers Record: Somers’ Siciliano Creates Living, Breathing Art

Somers Body Painter Ready for International Competition     By BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER August 3, 2016 at 12:04 PM SOMERS, N.Y. – Somers artist Jen Siciliano has an impressive body of work. For the past five years, the former English teacher has found a new career in face and body painting, earning national recognition along the …

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Jun 20

My Story On Meds

The Psychiatric Sentence Yes, I’ve been laced on psychiatric medication for 22 years. After my failure of a trip to India in 1994, (where I suffered from acute dysentery and almost died, and subsequently had a near-death-experience on my plane trip home), I had a mental meltdown due to the trauma, and I landed in a …

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Jun 05

Elimination of the Mentally Ill: the Genetic Undesirable

The Human Genome   How could anyone who has not been on the receiving end of getting tagged and put into a category of the “mentally ill” for their personal thoughts and emotions, know the feeling of being singled out and ostracized as abnormal? Only we can truly understand the warped mindsets originating from long …

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May 20

Psychiatric Labeling: A Modern Day Crime

We Are Not Behavior Alone In 1994, I was labeled with bipolar disorder. I always hated to divulge this juicy nugget of info to doctors or budding friends, and I never revealed it to employers. By sharing this label I was submitting to society’s stigma and thwarted conclusion of what everyone felt this “illness” actually …

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May 11

Freud’s Psychoanalysis: Is It Time We Moved On?

Psychiatry’s Relationship to Psychoanalysis I can’t get away from it. I see them everywhere. The four-eyed doctors sitting with analytical cruelty behind a one-dimensional interpretation of reality that I see as senseless. There she is. As I exit the Mount Kisco Greek diner she’s sitting there proud and straight-backed, robotic and brainwashed. It’s Dr. Innez. …

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May 01

The Shamanistic Nature of Psychiatric Patients: Let Them Hone Their Gifts

The Psychiatric View of the Shaman It’s true. Many “mentally ill” people are budding shamans. Especially the bipolars. I can say this openly because for over twenty years, I’ve lived with a psychiatric label attached to my name when all I’m really trying to do is enter shamanic states safely in order to tell my …

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Jan 21

Biological Psychology: Stealing the Mysteries of Our Futures…

   The Biomedical Model   Let us ring in the new year with the latest scientific discovery. Last week science writer, Jenny Chen, writes an article in The Atlantic, “Childhood Guilt, Adult Depression?” and within days links and commentary were published all over the web. Prominent news sites like the Chicago Sun-Times, International Psychologists, and …

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Dec 23

Our Human DNA Code

  It continually mesmerizes me… In my night dreams and daydreams, in my visions and in my communication with God, the magnitude of its meaning rests always upon me. Darwinists claim it holds the proof of evolution. Creationists believe the code is the ultimate example of God’s perfect design.  And Ancient Alien theorists find in …

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