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One Man Found a Mysterious Box in a Dumpster – What was in it was Absolutely Baffling
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11-17-2014, 05:00 PM #16
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(11-17-2014, 04:48 PM)Cosmic August Wrote:  
(11-17-2014, 04:28 PM)failboat Wrote:  
(11-17-2014, 04:44 AM)Cosmic August Wrote:  The things that some people carelessly and mindlessly throw away baffles me even more and these drawings are very well done and if they are the artwork of a schizophrenic then my three dimensional optical illusion architecture drawings sometimes coalesced with nature must be those of a deranged lunatic with M C Escher tendencies (*-*)

one of my patients was a well known painter and sculptor who suffered (and still suffers because it's not curable) from schizophrenia.
he has drawn some mind blowing stuff just with a couple of cheap crayons. absolutely mind blowing.
I think its definitely and unfortunately true that many geniuses seem to be a little or a lot insane like Einstein and Picasso and many others because their thoughts talents and minds think act and create so far beyond most everyone else they come across as being crazy and or delusional and if most everyone was insane then what was once seen to be normal would quickly be declared lunacy...

actually it's not true. the higher your iq the better you cope with stress which in turn lessens your chance of getting mentally ill.
in fact he definitely was the only schizophrenic genius i've seen in my entire life. all those other mentally ill people usually have normal to low iq's. (schizophrenia lowers your iq with time btw... it's slowly eating your brain if you're using meds and it eats it up much quicker if you don't)
11-17-2014, 05:52 PM #17
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(11-17-2014, 05:00 PM)failboat Wrote:  
(11-17-2014, 04:48 PM)Cosmic August Wrote:  
(11-17-2014, 04:28 PM)failboat Wrote:  
(11-17-2014, 04:44 AM)Cosmic August Wrote:  The things that some people carelessly and mindlessly throw away baffles me even more and these drawings are very well done and if they are the artwork of a schizophrenic then my three dimensional optical illusion architecture drawings sometimes coalesced with nature must be those of a deranged lunatic with M C Escher tendencies (*-*)

one of my patients was a well known painter and sculptor who suffered (and still suffers because it's not curable) from schizophrenia.
he has drawn some mind blowing stuff just with a couple of cheap crayons. absolutely mind blowing.
I think its definitely and unfortunately true that many geniuses seem to be a little or a lot insane like Einstein and Van Gogh and many others because their thoughts talents and minds think act and create so far beyond most everyone else they come across as being crazy and or delusional and if most everyone was insane then what was once seen to be normal would quickly be declared lunacy...

actually it's not true. the higher your iq the better you cope with stress which in turn lessens your chance of getting mentally ill.
in fact he definitely was the only schizophrenic genius i've seen in my entire life. all those other mentally ill people usually have normal to low iq's. (schizophrenia lowers your iq with time btw... it's slowly eating your brain if you're using meds and it eats it up much quicker if you don't)
Van Gogh painted this (Starry Night) above and (Starry Night Over The Rhone) below and many other Supreme Masterpieces as well as (Insanely) cutting off his own ear and gun shot suicide at age 37...

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11-17-2014, 06:05 PM #18
failboat Incognito Anonymous
 
(11-17-2014, 05:52 PM)Cosmic August Wrote:  
(11-17-2014, 05:00 PM)failboat Wrote:  
(11-17-2014, 04:48 PM)Cosmic August Wrote:  
(11-17-2014, 04:28 PM)failboat Wrote:  
(11-17-2014, 04:44 AM)Cosmic August Wrote:  The things that some people carelessly and mindlessly throw away baffles me even more and these drawings are very well done and if they are the artwork of a schizophrenic then my three dimensional optical illusion architecture drawings sometimes coalesced with nature must be those of a deranged lunatic with M C Escher tendencies (*-*)

one of my patients was a well known painter and sculptor who suffered (and still suffers because it's not curable) from schizophrenia.
he has drawn some mind blowing stuff just with a couple of cheap crayons. absolutely mind blowing.
I think its definitely and unfortunately true that many geniuses seem to be a little or a lot insane like Einstein and Van Gogh and many others because their thoughts talents and minds think act and create so far beyond most everyone else they come across as being crazy and or delusional and if most everyone was insane then what was once seen to be normal would quickly be declared lunacy...

actually it's not true. the higher your iq the better you cope with stress which in turn lessens your chance of getting mentally ill.
in fact he definitely was the only schizophrenic genius i've seen in my entire life. all those other mentally ill people usually have normal to low iq's. (schizophrenia lowers your iq with time btw... it's slowly eating your brain if you're using meds and it eats it up much quicker if you don't)
Van Gogh painted this supreme masterpiece (starry night) as well as (insanely) cutting off his own ear...

İmage

dude... there is always this big exception of the rule... and everybody points at it and mystifies it but fact is most mentally ill people have normal to low iqs. the higher your iq the lesser is the chance to get mentally ill.
for one van gogh there are at least a million mentally ill average joes and retards nobody gives a shït about.
07-05-2015, 05:37 PM #19
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Bizarre and intriguing artifacts rendered by someone from pre ice age earth...

Possibly strange evidence for time travelers from before those most recent glaciations at least tens of thousands of years ago...

Maybe even by people from some other dimension a parallel world another reality...

Has anyone heard of any further information about this weird discovery or is it still being hushed up and suppressed away from the limelight of the mainstream media?!



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