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Faradic Drug and Alcohol Abuse Free Resistance Imprinting

Crack Cocaine Faradism
Methamphetamine,alcohol and tobacco Faradic Aversion
Crack cocaine is an unforgiving pimp and a slave and prostitute maker like no other. Heroin can compare but lacks cracks driving power. Alcohol also has its slaves as do cigarettes and most mood altering chemicals. This site explains how I quit using with electricity.


Faradic Drug and Alcohol Resistance Imprinting.


Dueling Chemical Dependency to Extinction. This is an explanation on a psychotronic application employing a shock box or TENS UNIT which requires acquiescence to self administer either a sudden or incremental electroversion. Synchronizing this with stimulus specific environmental cues & targeted behaviors brought my Drug Alcohol & cigarette cravings to extinction in three days.

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1st. My aim was to train my subconscious with aversive counter conditioning to reject specific audio/visual stimuli,motor reflexes and corporal chemical saturation as well as accompanying psychological transmogrifacation. 2nd. I had to "reimprint" the drug high from being experienced as a pleasurable event to a painful one. 3rd. I Synchronized the Crack Cocaine and Alcohol smoking & drinking (and even the cognition of using) with the electroversioning process. This was very easy with a low (40 to 160 volts) of slowly incremental electrical impulse bathing of one hand and forearm while using (whatever voltage was more aversive sufficed). 4th. I made strong visualizations and associations with what I was holding and everything I was doing and paired that with the behavioral reinforcer (electrical impulses)
or even THINKING about Using.

I would actually visualize with my minds eye, the poison smoke coming through the joint or cigarette. (A). I used a new pipe so I could see the crack smoke and make myself believe that the pain came from that too (smoke aversion). 5th. Convincing myself that the Electroshocking field was emanating from this Cigarette, pipe / or when I drank, the alcohol in the mug (fluid aversion)!
6th. First I did this for three days with the Cigarettes, I then transferred the smoke aversion to Crack Cocaine. (A). I pretended that I was tooting crack while I smoked the cigarettes. Smoking them EXACTLY as if as I were smoking a rock. Holding the lighter longer than necessary on the cigarette tip and then holding in the smoke like it was marijuana. Making myself think I was holding a pipe. 7th. For Alcohol, the Faradism lasted about two hours & I was totally satisfied after just one quart (I used to drink nine). I really COULDN'T drink after that for app. a year! (A). With Cigarettes it was only five minutes EVERY TIME a Cigarette was lit up. There was no decrease in smoking for three days. Then on the fourth it just took. (B). With Crack, Methamphetamine or Heroin its also while the pipe or outfit was touched or Fixed and then continued while it is spiked or drug on. 8th. During the RUSH the electricity was raised up as much as I could take it. About seventy volts. I kept this up and would not let myself enjoy the rush (crack high). If I enjoyed the rush,I would turn it up until the "pain" and the rush were fighting each other for attention in my mind. 9th. I focused alot of my attention on my Buzz. I ignored the wires and convinced myself that the Smoke coming through the pipe was now electrically charged. (A). That holding the pipe and inhaling the smoke was electrocuting me. (B). I visualized that it was electrocuting me as it entered my lungs and raced through my cardio-vascular system even thou the pain was just in my hand. (C). That the COCAINE was electrocuting me as it rushed through my brain. That THESE EVENTS were the actual cause of my electrical discomfort. 10th. I had to make clear cut visualizations/associations of my actions AS I PREFORMED them. (A). Such as the idiosyncratic hand to mouth thing. (B). The rooting or sucking and inhaling actions. 11th. I told myself how much I loved this High and how I would be doing this the next day and forever because that was the state of my mind I was targeting for Transformation. A. With Alcohol aversion as with smoke aversion, I targeted the same actions as with the Cigarettes: 12th. i.e. The very first smell of tobacco as I opened the pack and spread them out on the table or as I opened the beer can (immediately sniffing its contents with as much pain as I could take) and as I took the very FIRST drag or started "SIPPING". This was very important because one of the most sensitive organs is the nose, and it must be trained that the smell of beer or smoke and the electro-shocks are one with each other. (When I tried to get off of Marijuana and I was experiencing nose trouble I didn't quit till it cleared up). (A). Also very important, I would turn my hand over with the cigarette on the bottom so that the smoke would come up and bathe my hand and I told myself the smoke was causing the electrical pain. 13th. With Alcohol as with the other substances I studied & read EVERYTHING on the containers diligently while I Faradized so I would be revolted by the meer sight of their clones when I'd see them at the store. (A). I Faradized while I cleaned and prepared the weed or rolled a joint also. Same thing while fixing to shoot up. (B). I exaggerate my olfactory,( pig nosed my nostrils back with my finger ) so as to smell the Nicotine laced Tobacco or Beer as much as possible, WHILE I took the "pain" and told myself the fresh Tobacco smell and funky Beer was causing it. (C). I would gaze at the beer foam or beer container constantly and make pictures out of them like a Rorschach (ink blot) test so I could project on them the underlying issues behind my drinking (lol. I kept seeing my ex in the foam: "Affect Faradism"). I would LISTEN to the foam and the sound the cigarettes and crack make and associate the pain with them. (C). I constantly kept only about half a tea spoon of beer bathing my tongue at a time-like one of those Wine tasters so I could create an aversion or trauma to the taste and make it become artificially impalpable. To elaborate: I would keep the mug on my mouth for the duration of the therapy and only drink about a spoonful at a time. CONSTANTLY trying to savor it as much as possible! And would turn the dam thing up as much as I had to, to keep from enjoying the high. (D). I would tell my self the Smoke was gaseous electricity. The Beer or Liquor was liquid Electricity. 14th. As I got Drunk, I made myself believe the Drunkenness or "buzz" was Electrocuting me. (A). Same with the first hits of a cigarette and accompanying "rush". (B). I would put the cigarette fire and smoke up to my nose and inhale it through my nose and tell myself this was the cause of the Electrical discomfort. 15th. As I got Drunk I had to turn the voltage up cause I was becoming pain insensitive. 16th. I would look into the mug CONSTANTLY at my mouth and think about it's contents (trying to smell it as much as possible) and personalize it like a peri obsession, and tell myself I was in love with the fluids.

17th. Like I told you I also stopped feeling about my ex-wife this way when it dumped me (LOL)-I'm also losing weight & went totally vegetarian with this method drinking only water. 18th. I would remember to make out images in the foam and tell myself how much I loved this feeling and how I would be doing this the next day and forever. Because that was the thought process I was Faradizing. 19th. I drank slowly till I got sleepy and took a siesta and woke up a new man. (A). I had to repeat this two days later with a half a qaurt of beer before I experienced the total absence of the feelings/cravings or even cognition/visualizations of using which triggers drug and alcohol seeking behavior. (B). I need boosting yearly but I and my family are very happy with the results. (C). To this day it even makes me ill if I visualize smoking or drinking to much as I write or am about my work and someone offers me a smoke or drink.

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Journal of Addictive Diseases - Volume 16-1 Editor - Barry Stimmel, MD EDITORIAL
2. Six- and Twelve-Month Abstinence Rates in Inpatient Alcoholics Treated with Either Faradic Aversion or Chemical Aversion Compared with Matched Inpatients from a Treatment Registry - James W. Smith, P. Joseph Frawley and Nyak L. Polissar ABSTRACT. Two hundred fortynine patients who were treated for alcoholism in an inpatient multimodal treatment program that included aversion therapy were matched post hoc on 17 baseline variables with patients from a national treatment outcome registry. The latter patients received inpatient treatment that emphasized individual and group counselling as the primary therapeutic elements but did not include aversion therapy for alcohol. Six and month abstinence rates from alcohol and all mood altering chemicals are reported. The patients treated with aversion therapy for alcohol had higher alcohol abstinence rates at 6 and 12 months (p < 0.01). The abstinence rates from all mood altering chemicals were higher in the aversion group at 6 months (p < 0.05) but not at 12 months. These comparisons pooled faradic aversion and chemical aversion results. In order to determine whether or not the faradic aversion gave comparable results to the chemical aversion, the two groups were separately analyzed. No significant differences in outcome were found. In fact, the faradic aversion group showed a slight (nonsignificant) increase in abstinence rate.


Search under "FARADIC" on the page that you've opened and proceed to 1965 #10 Cause and effect. Once there hit RESEARCH IX. Hong Kong has the most extensive research programme and has collected considerable social data on addicts, has initiated some psychological (one of which found a sample of addicts to be more neurotic than the average) and follow-up studies, and is engaged in experimentation with nalorphine and with aversion (faradic) shock as methods of discouraging narcotic use.The picture in other countries is mainly one of limited anecdotal and superficial information on arrested addicts, collected by enforcement agencies.

Behavior Therapy behavior therapy or behavior modification,in psychology, treatment of human behavioral disorders through the reinforcement of acceptable behavior and suppression of undesirable behavior. The technique had its roots in the work of Ivan Pavlov, a Russian physiologist who observed that animals could be taught to respond to stimuli that might otherwise have no effect on them. B. F. Skinner developed the technique in the United States, using positive or negative reinforcers to encourage desirable behavior and punishments to discourage undesirable behavior. Behavior therapists believe that, in many cases, behaviors can be learned or unlearned through basic conditioning techniques; unlike traditional psychoanalysis, the method has little regard for the unconscious processes underlying personality disorders. Behavior therapy uses such techniques as aversive conditioning, where unwanted habits are paired with unpleasant stimuli, and systematic desensitization, where a stimulus that causes anxiety is paired with a pleasant one. , ,

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Prof. Hans Eysenck, Dr. Isaac Marks "Punishment and Treatment" Prof. Hans Eysenck's advocacy of aversion therapy as a "cure" for homosexuality. The London Medical Group held a symposium on Thursday November 2nd 1972. The subject was aversion therapy, a two-part course on Punishment and Treatment. Professor Hans Eysenck and Dr. Isaac Marks two of Britain's leading psychologists were the speakers at the symposium on Aversion Therapy and Patients' Freedom, held at St. Thomas' Hospital. Professor Eysenck is one of the world's leading psychologists, advocating theories on the nature and treatment of homosexuality. Much favoured in establishment and psychiatric circles, he is a leading exponent of aversion therapy and is author of numerous books on the subject. He has consistently advocated the use of aversion therapy to cure sexual perversion. Dr. Marks is a Senior Lecturer and Consultant Psychiatrist at the Maudsley Hospital and is known for his research into and application of aversion therapy. Interestingly, because of the subject's controversial nature, and perhaps because the organisers feared disruptions, the LMG took the unprecedented step of closing this particular lecture to members of the public. During the symposium those who spoke in favour of its use being famous psychologists of high repute in the medical profession. The chair of the meeting repeatedly commended Eysenck and Marks, praising "these great men" and their outstanding contributions to psychology." Professor Eysenck began by emphasising that there was "no relationship between aversion therapy and does not involve sadistic motivations.....Neither does aversion therapy seek to act as a deterrent. The fact is that aversion therapy is used for the patients' own good. Prof. Eysenck continued "Aversion therapy is only undertaken where it is of the patient's own choice and undergoing aversion therapy should be offered by the courts as an alternative to the network of "gladiator schools" we refer to as prisons. Those who voluntarily undergo treatment are moved to do so by the oppression of homosexuals by their families. Prof. Eysenck outlined the principles of aversion therapy, which, he explained, were based on Pavlov's experiments on conditioned reflexes. He said it was "used to change the emotions, where the person cannot change them of his own free will.... By associating emotion with pain or fear, the emotional response can be re-conditioned." Then he went on to explain how, in the case of homosexuals, nausea was induced by drugs, whilst the patient viewed films of homosexual acts. Thus the patient learns to associate homosexuality with pain and fear. He mentioned that, whilst photographs are used, the actual performance of the sex act would be preferable as in the case of faradic drug aversion therapy. He stated that "There is a success rate of 50 percent, which justifies its use as much as any method." Pedophiles who have undergone treatment have been totally cured and risking their becoming asexual "vegetables" is worth the risk. Prof. Eysenck suggested that "50 percent success was better than no success at all." To quieten any fears, he reassured his audience that the pain and discomfort is greatly exaggerated and, in fact "It is just like a visit to the dentist....It is no different from any other form of therapy." He went on to describe psychoanalysis as far worse than aversion therapy and entailing greater distress to the patient. Prof. Eysenck finished by enthusiastically declaring that "there is no ethical principle involved in aversion therapy that is not involved in any psychological treatment." (applause, applause). The second speaker, Dr. Isaac Marks tried to dispel any doubts which might have been raised by citing the film "A Clockwork Orange". He asked how many people had seen "A Clockwork Orange"- most of the audience indicated that they had- and then he asked how many had actually seen aversion therapy- three people had. He said that "A Clockwork Orange" was a totally inaccurate, exaggerated portrayal of aversion therapy. Outlining the circumstances under which the medical profession was entitled to use aversion therapy, he suggested that this should be when the "patient asks for help" or when "society asks to be relieved of the burden of an individual". Dr. Marks drawing an analogy said "For instance no-one objects when people with smallpox are quarantined...or that sadists and murderers are removed from society." On the basis of this analogy he justified the use of aversion therapy on the individual where it was "in society's interest." One member of the audience challenging his statement that aversion therapy was used "for the patients' own good", interrupted the lecture, citing cases of people who, since undergoing aversion therapy, have become depressives. Apparently unaware of aversion therapies success rate for curing depression. Prof. Hans Eysenck, Dr. Isaac Marks "Punishment and Treatment" Doctored for accuracy. Roberto "like the wind" Carbajal 1-915-833-4602         Neo Aversion Therapy <P>

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