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Like all Jews, Freud was a neurotic mess.

Most people don’t know that he came up with the idea of psychoanalysis based on repressed memories when one day he hesitated to cross the street in Austria fearing a tough looking character on the other side.

He instead, walked further back to another corner to cross the street. The experience remained repressed in Freud’s memory system but came out later in a dream.

In other words, Freud invented his Jewish system of shrink-ology out of pure, unadulterated, JEWISH PARANOIA.

He eventually wrote 12 volumes based on it and all the Goys swallow it as groundbreaking stuff.

Jews grab onto it to try to figure out why they’re so screwed up and many of them saw they could make a good living out of their neurosis and get the Goys to pay big bucks for it.

JEWS GALORE are psychiatrists and psychologists. They dominate the ‘mental (ill)health’ industry.

But, in fact, the Orthodox Christian ascetic fathers were way ahead of the game before Freud came along who understood the “abyss” of un-confessed hidden sins that create inner turmoil and induce sickness in the soul.

Their prescription was confession to an Orthodox priest thru the Church’s “sacrament of confession” which cleanses the soul, and through a sense of regret and embarrassment, prevents further practice of soul-destroying sin.

This leads the baptized Orthodox Christian to the “Holy Mysteries,” that is, “Holy Communion,” which divinizes the soul and body.

Talking to a Freudian shrink only drives bad memories deeper into the soul.

But the Church’s rite of confession purges the bad memories and sets one on a path of health and well-being.

Our sacraments are life-changing. Freudian ’sacraments’ (Prozac, Valium, Zoloft, etc) are life-destroying.

Brother Nathanael Kapner, Real Jew News 1 Comments [7/14/2017 7:32:32 AM]
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YOU'RE a "Jewish neurotic mess", Milton Kapner!

7/30/2017 2:43:55 PM

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