Schizophrenia affects more than two million Americans
and twenty-four million people world wide. The disease
appears to affect men and women equally in all ethnic groups
At this time, the
medical profession is clueless as to what causes
Schizophrenia, or why the disease affects some people and
not others. Scientists believe it's caused by genetic and
environmental factors. Medical researchers suspect chemical
imbalance may play a role. All seem to agree there is no
cure. No one appears to suspect the involvement of
To date, I've worked
with seven victims of Schizophrenia, all of whom had voices
talking inside their heads. Some voices were audible, some
telepathic, some distant, and some spoke in chorus. Some
pretended to be the voices of people their victims had
known. The two things all of the voices had in common were
that they chattered incessantly, and all of them were
A man I worked with
through Skype believed he had somehow "tuned in" to
telepathic conversations between psychic people he used to
know. For days, he listened to their conversations. But
eventually his conscience got the better of him. He knew he
shouldn't be eavesdropping, but he didn't know how to shut
the sound of their voices off.
Finally, he made an
attempt to join their conversation. The voices acted
surprised, but welcomed him into the group. This was fine
for awhile, till Tom wanted to bow out. At that point, the
voices lost their friendly tone and became verbally abusive.
Unable to shut the
voices out, Tom had himself committed to a mental
institution. There, he was diagnosed as Schizophrenic and
placed in a ward with other Schizophrenic patients. Then one
day he was in the recreation room when he saw a man in a
wheelchair talking to someone who wasn't there. The man in
the wheelchair was smoking one cigarette after another, and
throwing the cigarette butts on the floor.
When Tom approached
the man and bent to pick up the cigarette butts, a
telepathic voice shouted "Get away from him!"
Startled, Tom stood
and backed away. It was at this point that he realized he
was just like this man. But he didn't have a medical
problem. He had spirits talking to him! That's when he
I worked with Tom
daily for several weeks through Skype. As the spirits were
addressed and cast away, they would manifest by burning
Tom's skin, squeezing his head or wrist, or making him feel
as if there were a painful band tightening around his
forehead or ankle. Given that there were so many spirit
groups involved, I finally made a recording of a "cast away
prayer" for Tom to use, to play in the background at home or
in his vehicle when he was driving. The recording worked.
The only problem was that It was seven hours earlier in
Tom's country than in mine, and every time he turned on the
recording the departing spirits would manifest with me!
I had to contact Tom and tell him to make a recording in his
own voice and destroy the one I'd sent him.
On the recording, Tom
did "cast aways" of spirits for each type of harassment he
was experiencing -- not just the voices, but other types of
harassment as well. He had to use the recording daily for
several weeks. But in the end, he was free of the voices and
virtually free of other harassments as well.
In another case,
Schizophrenia voices took the form of voices of people from
the man's high school days.
In addition to voices
(known in the psychiatric and medical professions as
Auditory Hallucinations), there are other symptoms of
Schizophrenia that I've found to have demonic involvement.
Of the seven Schizophrenia victims I've worked with, all of
them have experienced three quarters or more of the
following symptoms, and all were linked to demonic
harassment: Delusions, Delusional Thoughts, Disorganized
Thoughts, Hallucinations, periods of Incomprehensible
Speech, and a Blunted Effect on Emotions.
Once again, I'm not
saying that all Schizophrenia is a result of demonic
harassment. But for the seven Schizophrenia victims
I've encountered, all their symptoms were harassment