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It is easy to see why Hitler was so interested in Experimental Psychology because of it;s ability to "modify personalities by surgery" (prefrontal labotomy, or electroshock (see below) plus "long-standing deprivations".

prefrontal labotomy.  Cruising around the country in his “Lobotomobile,” Dr. Walter Freeman coined the visited mental institutions all over the United States performing prefrontal lobotomy and transorbital, aka “icepick,” surgeries on the mentally ill. He is estimated to have performed almost 3,500 surgeries, including one on JFK’s sister, Rosemary Kennedy in 1941, who went from a rebellious 23-year-old young woman to incontinent and with the mental capacity of a 2-year-old at the hands of Dr. Freeman and his surgeon partner, Dr. James Watts, and she remained institutionalized for the remainder of her life.


Incredible information and very important to know.

Video of Doctor Carolyn Leaf interviewing Robert Whitaker about the American  Psychiatric Association lying to the public and how psychology goes back to the Nazi Regime in Germany.

Whitaker and Carolyn know of people "who were threatened with their kids being taken away if they would not medicate them."

Dr. Caroline Leaf is a communication pathologist, audiologist, clinical and cognitive neuroscientist with a Masters and PhD in Communication Pathology and a BSc Logopaedics, specializing in cognitive and metacognitive neuropsychology. Since the early 1980s she has researched the mind-brain connection, the nature of mental health, and the formation of memory. She was one of the first in her field to study how the brain can change (neuroplasticity) with directed mind input.

interviews  Robert Whitaker Author, regarding the American Psychiatric Association lying to the public and modern-day Psychology going back to the Nazi Regime in Germany.

Robert Whitaker How drugs act upon the brain.

"one million people worldwide, including an estimated 100,000 Americans, are given electroshock each year, including the elderly, pregnant women and children.

ECT sends up to 460 volts of electricity through the brain in order to induce a grand mal seizure, a type of seizure that involves a loss of consciousness and violent muscle contractions, masked by an anesthetic."

This includes ELECTROSHOCK on children.

To the right is an actual electro-shock procedure.  They say it is effective. 

I think if you look at this you can establish for yourself, what this might do to the brain of an adult or child. 


Then the patient, and or child is usually given 2-3 treatments a week for 6 - 8 weeks. 


What is ELECTROSHOCK/ELECTRO-CONVULSIVE THERAPY (ECT) which is administered and recommended by Psychiatrists

by Dr. Peter R Breggin, Psychiatrist

"ECT (electro-convulsive therapy) involves the application of two electrodes (from an electroshock machine) to the head to pass up to 460 volts of electricity through the brain with the goal of causing an intense seizure or convulsion. The process ALWAYS damages the brain, resulting each time in a temporary coma and often a flatlining of the brain waves, which is a sign of impending brain death. 

After several routine ECTs, the damaged person becomes increasingly apathetic, indifferent, unable to feel genuine emotions, and even robotic. Memory loss and confusion worsen.

This helpless individual becomes unable to voice distress or complaints and becomes docile and manageable. ECT doctors mistakenly call this an improvement but it indicates severe and disabling brain injury. 

Modern ECT is being promoted as “new and improved.”, but essentially it is not.  It can make functional robots."

The child on the floor against the wall is a child after electroshock.  This does not look like a child who is doing well after ECT .

Debbe Scjwartzkopff Founder of

Talks about the effects on her memory after Electroshock

and how these procedures came from Hitler.

​FDA admits ECT can cause cardiovascular complications, memory loss, brain damage, and death!

Debbie Scjwartzkopff

ECT Justice

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I can understand any well-intentioned caring person who had wanted to help individuals get over their mental problems. and had studied psychology which is Professor Wundt's Experimental  Psychology which has come up through Nazi Germany, (who is considered the forefather of American Psychology today), why they might feel like committing suicide when they examined the statistics of those they had tried to help.

They have the wrong technology.

Differences between Psychology and Psychiatry explained in  less than one minute video.

Click the link to see the differences between Psychology and Psychiatry.  People are often confused.

Actual electric shock treatment.  Click on picture.


3 people who have received electroshock by Getty Images


A child after an electroshock treatment.

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Psychology Today admits Psychiatrists and Psychologists have a high suicide rate.

National Library of Medicine says Psychologists have a high suicide rate.

PSYCHOLOGY. Online Etymology Dictionary:  The word psychology is broken into 2 parts:

Definition: Psyche = animating spirit, the human spirit or mind," from Latin psyche, from Greek psykhē "the soul, mind, spirit; life, one's life, the invisible animating principle or entity which occupies and directs the physical body;

+ olog= ology is commonly used in the English language to denote a field of study.

When I look at Psychology I get the impression I am going to be studying, or getting help with the human spirit or the human soul (mind will emotion).

When I took 'Psychology One' at Glendale College, the first thing the instructor said is that we are not going to be studying anything spiritual and if we were here for that reason, we could get up and leave.

Definition Wikipedia: Psychiatry = is the medical specialty devoted to the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of mental conditions.[1][2] These include various issues related to mood, behavior, cognition, and perceptions.

If I look at Psychiatry and click on the links (white underlined) provided within the definition I think I am going to be exposed to knowledge of the human spirit, and the mind. as it relates to the brain and body.  I might think I would get exposed to the Holy Spirit


Here is a statement from Encyclopedia Britannica regarding Experimental Psychology:

"These areas include the study of sensation and perceptionlearning and memorymotivation, and biological psychology. There are experimental branches in many other areas, however, including child psychologyclinical psychologyeducational psychology, and social psychology. Usually the experimental psychologist deals with normal, intact organisms; in biological psychology, however, studies are often conducted with organisms modified by surgery, radiation, drug treatment, or long-standing deprivations of various kinds or with organisms that naturally present organic abnormalities or emotional disorders.

Let us look to the beginnings of what we have today which comes from Experimental Psychology.

Go to this link which has  several books showing the progression and growth of psychology through Nazi Germany.  The article covers the statements below, and more, which show how Experimental Psychology has come to the United States.


  1. Hitler was very interested in Experimental Psychology by Professor Wundt and used it in his eugenics program and adolescent clinic during the  Third Reich where children were examined, behavior tested, and usually killed.

  2. Freudian psychology was prominent in Hitler's day, but Hitler refused Sigmund Freud and his psychology because Freud was Jewish.  Hitler looked to Experimental Psychology which came from German Professor Wilhelm Wundt and his followers who were around after his death in 1919.

Please see the books and articles which demonstrate the background of today's psychology.

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