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THE FOOL SAID, “GOD GAVE ME PERMISSION TO SIN.”

THE EVIL OF DISPENSATIONAL AUTOMATISM

 

 

Copyright March 20, 2005 4:52 AM CST

By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti and The L. F. Nexus

Reviewed By Dr. Leonard Weinstein

Reviewed By The Pneumiatry Institute

Reviewed By The National Psychiatric Association

Reviewed By Chicago Christian University

 

Updated April 3, 2005 10:47 AM CST

Copyright April 3, 2005 10:47 AM CST

By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti and The L. F. Nexus

Reviewed By Dr. Leonard Weinstein

Reviewed By The Pneumiatry Institute

Reviewed By The National Psychiatric Association

Reviewed By Chicago Christian University

 

 

 

 

 

What is dispensational automatism?  We will begin to answer this question by defining the word “automatism.”  Automatism is:

 

acting without personal control (as in a blinking of the eye, a knee jerk, or the beating of the heart)

 

In other words, automatism is “involuntary activity.”

 

Now, a dispensational automatism is “an automatism that one MISTAKENLY believes has been sent by God.”

 

Before we proceed, we must point out that so-called dispensational automatisms are evil.  “How do we know they are evil?” you might ask.  The answer is that they are a cause of suffering that might be restorative (results in activity that ends the suffering) but that this suffering is NEVER additive (NEVER makes one’s existence better than what it was before the suffering began).  GOD NEVER SENDS SUFFERING THAT IS NOT ADDITIVE (except to those who have committed one or more “unforgivable sins” [note that, if you have never known what any of these sins are, your ignorance proves you have not committed any of them]).  Another way we know these automatisms are evil is by the simple fact that, if they were voluntary acts, they would be sins.  For example, murder is a sin; an automatism that resulted in the death of an innocent person would be “automatic murder” or a “murder automatism.”

 

Now, why would anyone believe that God had sent an automatism?  More specifically, why would they believe that God had sent an automatism upon them?  The answer to both questions is that the belief in dispensational automatism EXCUSES SIN.  If you steal some money and you believe that God sent “stealing automatism” upon you, then you don’t have to feel guilty and you don’t have to fear that God will chastise you.  After all, you didn’t do anything.  The automatism did everything.

 

You might think that it would be extremely difficult to believe in dispensational automatism but it is not.  The reason is that, first, normal automatism does, indeed, occur; for example, the blinking of the eye, the knee jerk, and the beating of the heart.  This establishes in people’s minds the reality of automatism.  But how do they go from these documented automatisms to their personal, individualized, undocumented, fantasy automatisms?  Well, at first, they really don’t know whether these automatisms can occur.  However, eventually, they appear to occur.

 

What is the cause of these apparent (appearing to be real but not real) automatisms?  Habit.  A habit is a way of acting fixed through repetition.  You do something long enough and pretty soon you do it without even thinking about it.  You tap your fingers on the breakfast table every day for a few months and pretty soon you are tapping your fingers on the table without even knowing it.

 

Why do people begin seeing these “habit automatisms” as “dispensational automatisms”?  The answer is that they reason to themselves, “This involuntary act [automatism] was not performed by me; therefore, it must have been sent by God.”  Their conclusion that God sent the automatism is ALMOST true.  However, God did not actually send the automatism.  Rather, God created the psychological mechanism that created the habit that produced the automatism.  Why don’t they think that the Devil created the automatism?  They reason that, even if the Devil created the automatism, God approved its creation, so that, even if the agent of the good was evil, even if the Devil had produced the good, the good was still good.  The concept of good being performed by an evil agent is found in the Bible.  For example, the patriarch Joseph said to his brothers, “ye thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good.”

 

Now, you are possibly thinking, “These dispensational automatisms must be real because people have no choice as to whether or not they occur.”  That, however, is not true.  First, people have a choice as to whether they develop the habits that produce these automatisms.  Second, these automatisms CAN BE RESISTED AND OVERCOME.  The fact of their resistibility is demonstrated daily by the continual breaking of bad (and good) habits (by the ending of the causes of automatisms) by millions of people every day.

 

If we stopped here, we might be able to believe in dispensational automatisms.  However, dispensational automatisms are EVIL.  Those who believe in dispensational automatisms do not care that they are evil.  Why not?  They believe that, since God sends the automatisms, they must be either intrinsically good (good in themselves) or extrinsically good, that is, evils that avoid worse evils.  Their conclusion would be correct IF IT WERE NOT FOR THE FACTS OF HUMAN EXPERIENCE.  These facts are now borne out by the “Drone ‘Bizarre Experiences’ Survey,” which was conducted with the participation of over one hundred thousand people.  The “BE Survey” found that everyone who reported believing in and experiencing at least one dispensational automatism suffered restorative but not additive pain (see above).  Now, beside the facts of human experience, there is THE INTRINSICALLY EVIL NATURE OF THE AUTOMATISMS (see above regarding “murder automatism”).  However, this latter fact would not persuade a “dispensational automatist.”

 

Technical Footnote:  the super technical among us may realize that, once a person becomes aware of the nonadditive nature of the suffering endured as a result of dispensational automatism, they may then realize that dispensational automatism is evil.  They would then assert that, since this realization would be a benefit of the experience of dispensational automatism, dispensational automatism must be good.  We note however, to be even more super technical, that dispensational automatism would actually only become potentially good (it would still be evil), upon realization that it is evil, and, additionally, the knowledge of the evil nature of dispensational automatism would create the responsibility to resist and overcome it.

 

 

 

 

WARNING!  WARNING!  WARNING!  WARNING!  WARNING!  WARNING!  WARNING!

 

We have completed our research on dispensational automatisms, which are supposed to be “automatisms sent by God,” and have established to an absolute certainty that dispensational automatisms are absolutely impossible.  In addition, we have uncovered some FALSE AND SATANIC ARGUMENTS THAT ARE ABLE TO PERSUADE MOST PEOPLE THAT THEY ARE POSSIBLE.  BE WARNED!  THESE ARGUMENTS ARE NOT TRUE!  IN ORDER TO MAKE OUR POINT, WE ARE PRESENTING OUR OWN VERSION OF THESE ARGUMENTS.  BE WARNED!  YOU WILL PROBABLY BE PERSUADED.  HOWEVER, DO NOT BELIEVE YOUR OWN MIND!!!  THE ARTICLE BELOW USES TRUTH TO PERSUADE PEOPLE OF A DEMONIC FALSEHOOD – THE IDEA THAT A PERSON CAN CEASE TO HAVE CONTROL OVER THEIR OWN WILL BY THE WILL OF GOD.  IN OTHER WORDS, THAT IT CAN BE GOD’S WILL FOR YOU TO NOT HAVE CONTROL OF YOUR OWN WILL.

 

THE BIBLE MAKES IT CLEAR THAT A PERSON ALWAYS HAS FREE AND COMPLETE CONTROL OF THEIR OWN WILL!!!

 

WARNING!  WARNING!  WARNING!  WARNING!  WARNING!  WARNING!  WARNING!

 

 

 

GET READY FOR A BIG, FAT LIE!!!

 

 

 

THE EGO DEMATERIALIZATION

 

OF

 

DISPENSATIONAL AUTOMATISM

 

 

Note to reader:  portions of the following article will be beyond the understanding of most people.  However, the other portions of this article will make clear what one really needs to know.  Don’t give up because you cannot understand a part of what you are reading.  In addition, though not really necessary, when you are finished reading this article, you can research those portions of this article that you do not understand.

 

The psychological mechanisms discussed in this article were discovered by Dr. Bisconti.  Research and experiments were performed at the Pneumiatry Institute.  These discoveries are based on research and experiments conducted over the past fifty years and completed on April 2, 2005.  All of the information in this article, in addition to being protected by the website copyright for the L. F. Nexus website and the web page copyright for this web page, is protected by the following copyrights:

 

 

The Ego Dematerialization of Dispensational Automatism

Copyright 2005 Dr. Michael J. Bisconti

 

The Ego Dematerialization of Dispensational Automatism

Copyright 2005 The Pneumiatry Institute

 

 

The term “dispensational automatism†” is used in the sense of “an automatism sent by God.”  There are effectively two types of dispensational automatism:

 

1.      GDA†:  Genuine Dispensational Automatism†

 

2.      CDA†:  Counterfeit Dispensational Automatism†

 

CDAs are imaginary (unreal, fantasy) dispensational automatisms.  They are not dispensational automatisms.  On the other hand, GDAs are dispensational automatisms.  Certain principles have emerged that everyone must take into consideration in dealing with GDAs and CDAs:

 

·        First, we cannot know a dispensational automatism is genuine (real) unless we treat it as a counterfeit dispensational automatism, which means resisting it with all the faith, energy, knowledge, intelligence, skill, and wisdom at our command.  This makes sense.  The reason this makes sense is that, otherwise, we would soon lose the “habit of resistance to sin,” one of our major defenses against sin.

 

·        Second, there is proof of “GDAship†”; that is, proof that a GDA is a GDA.  We now have the empirical data needed to substantiate and establish this proof and we can now provide a precise description of this proof.  This proof applies only to the past and present.  We can never prove that a future GDA will be a GDA.

 

The critical element in proving GDAship (proof that a GDA is a GDA) is the ego† (see “Technical Footnote 2” at the bottom of this page).  The ego is the conscious will.  The ego is NOT the self.  It is a PART of the self.  It is that part of the self that the average person would call their “will.”  It is that part of the self that one puts into action starting at the very beginning of every “effort to act.”

 

Now, it is the ego that can keep us from knowing that any kind of automatism is occurring.  The reason is that its very presence tells us, individually, that “you are acting” or, in retrospect, in reference to situations where we could not monitor whether our behavior was voluntary, that “you might have been acting.”  Logically, therefore, in order for us to know an automatism is occurring, the ego must be either absent or effectively absent.  Since the ego is always present, the only way we can know an automatism is occurring or has occurred is for the ego to be “effectively (virtually, in effect, as if) absent.”  The “effective absence” of the ego is accomplished through the automatic, psychological mechanism of “ego dematerialization†” (first identified by Dr. Bisconti).  Thus, (a part of) the proof that an automatism is a genuine dispensational automatism is “the effective absence of the ego that results from ego dematerialization.”  The average person might describe the experience of the dematerialization of the ego by saying:

 

I’VE LOST MY POWER TO ACT

 

or, possibly,

 

MY CONSCIOUS WILL HAS DISAPPEARED

 

NOTE THAT THE CONSCIOUS WILL HASN’T REALLY DISAPPEARED.  IT JUST APPEARS TO HAVE DISAPPEARED.  The result of the dematerialization of the ego is the inability to perceive (perceive with the mind or the senses) the ego (the conscious will).  It is AS IF the ego (the conscious will) has been amputated from one’s psyche (mind, heart, soul, spirit, “body,” [that is, one’s perception of one’s body], conscious awareness).  It is important to note that, in the case of genuine dispensational automatism, the inability to perceive the conscious will (the ego) is temporary.

 

The effective absence of the ego (the conscious will) means that we are, AT THE MOMENT (NOT THE NEXT MOMENT BUT THE PRESENT MOMENT), POSSIBLY unequipped to resist and overcome automatism.  This inability means the automatism is POSSIBLY a genuine dispensational automatism.

 

An automatism is DEFINITELY a genuine dispensational automatism when two things are true:  the ego is effectively absent and the automatism has a righteous “moral context.”  A moral context is the moral character of our lives immediately preceding and during an event.  If we were living a sinful life just prior to and/or during an automatism, the automatism might not be a genuine dispensational automatism.  It might be a counterfeit dispensational automatism and, in fact, it might be an “inauspicious automatism†.”  An inauspicious automatism is “an evil automatism.”  If we were living a righteous life just prior to an automatism and, if we were able to do so, fully attempted to live a righteous life during an automatism, the automatism would be a genuine dispensational automatism.  To summarize:

 

 

YOU KNOW THAT A GENUINE DISPENSATIONAL AUTOMATISM IS OCCURRING WHEN TWO THINGS ARE TRUE:

 

 

1.     THE EGO (THE CONSCIOUS WILL) IS ABSENT.

 

The absence is only a “perceived absence.”  In other words, the ego (the conscious will) is not really absent.  You, simply, cannot see or, in any other way, experience it.

 

2.      YOU HAVE A CLEAR CONSCIENCE.

 

Having a clear conscience means:  just prior to the automatism, you are living a righteous life and during the automatism, if you are able to do so, you are fully attempting to live a righteous life.  Living a righteous life includes doing EVERYTHING in your power to not be overcome by automatism and, if overcome by automatism, doing EVERYTHING in your power to overcome the automatism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Technical Footnote 1:  The formal term for the “inability to perceive the conscious will (the ego)” is “self-imperceptibility†.”  The advent (coming into being) of self-imperceptibility is called “self-imperceptibilitization†.”

 

†Technical Footnote 2:  Dr. Bisconti is not a Freudian, though he acknowledges the validity of a number of Freudian concepts.  Dr. Bisconti is a Pneumiatric QuasiJungian.  Jung believed in God, Freud did not.  Dr. Bisconti coined all of the terminology in this article followed by a “†.