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Gang Stalking – Ten ways to tell if gang stalkers live next door.

So if someone next to you never makes any noise, you can be 100% sure they’re gang stalkers . They’re quiet so they can hear and record every phone call you make, what you say, what you do. And it won’t be just one gang stalker, many surround you, and they also will not make any noise. And if you do run into the gang stalkers who live next to you, they’ll be very friendly. They’ll “hello” you and ask you how you’re doing. They’ll look you up and down to notice what you’re wearing, so they can let monitors know what you’re wearing, and everyone can pick you out as a target. They’ll also ask you “Where are you going or doing?” If someone lives near you and their first question is always “Where are you going?”, a gang stalker, for sure. Don’t tell anyone where you’re going, not even your family (they’re usually involved).

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How to tell if gang stalkers live next door:

1.   You never hear the water running in their apartment.

2.    No one ever uses the bathroom.

3.    No one ever takes a shower.

4.   They never use toilet or flash.  They wait until you go out to do what they have to do.

5.    You never hear anyone talking, nor t.v. on.

6.     You never hear anyone cooking.

7.     A sound is never heard from their apartment, but you will always hear a cough.

8.      You never see anyone coming in and out of the apartment, even though you can feel them.

9.       They never turn on the water.  If they do turn on the water, do you  hear a bucket being filled with water?  They mix the  water in the bucket with  pesticide and then spray mixture on you.  They make the  bucket into a sprayer.  I…

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Why is the current or past target of a Sociopath always “Bi-polar?”

“Gaslighted,” covertly sabotaged by a Sociopath. A common practice among gang stalking perps.

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Paula of “Escaping the Boy: My Life with a Sociopath”  brought up this topic and it got me thinking. Most of us involved in an abusive relationship (past or present), was called “crazy” and then we were the “crazy ex” and often times, the “bi-polar” word is attached to our “craziness.” But why aren’t we “Schizophrenic” or “Manic” or even “Histrionic?”  Most Sociopath’s use the “bi-polar” word to describe their “crazy ex” and their resulting “victimization” because of the “crazy ex.”

I came up with what I believe are some answers:

1. Bi-polar is hard to prove or disprove to the casual observer.  Anyone can be bi-polar and it is often hidden behind closed doors.

Regarding a mental illness such as Schizophrenia…now that’s out there!  I have a cousin with Schizophrenia and he rattles off about gps chips planted in his skin; his food being poisoned by the CIA because…

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Gang Stalking – Crazy? No. It’s “gas lighting” you’re experiencing.

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Gaslighting”  is, as described in Wikipedia,  a form of psychological abuse in which information is presented with the intent of making a victim doubt his or her own memory and perception.  The term comes from the play “Gas Light” and film adaptation “Gaslighting”.  The victim’s husband uses a gas light  to make her think she’s crazy. The husband turns the lights on and off and then denies that the lights are going on and off, making the victim think she’s “losing it.”  The term’s been used since the l970s.

Lately, this is what’s been happening to me.  A lot of  “gas lighting”.   They’re doing things to me to make me want to  doubt my sanity, but I’m well aware of what is going on.  I didn’t wake up yesterday…

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People Who WILL NOT Go to Heaven

Dear “Carnal Christian”, the visible church is overburdened with professing Christians who have never been truly converted. What I mean by “visible church” is that there is a distinction between the professing church and the true Church. The professing church, or visible church, is comprised of both genuine believers and mere professing believers who are still dead in their sins (Ephesians 2:1). On the other hand, the invisible church, or Body of Christ or true Church, is exclusively comprised of born again saints who have been sealed by the Holy Spirit through repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

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For God did not call us to uncleanness, but in holiness. Therefore he who rejects this does not reject man, but God, who has also given us His Holy Spirit. – 1 Thessalonians 4:7-8

As pointed out in Dear “Carnal Christian”, the visible church is overburdened with professing Christians who have never been truly converted. What I mean by “visible church” is that there is a distinction between the professing church and the true Church. The professing church, or visible church, is comprised of both genuine believers and mere professing believers who are still dead in their sins (Ephesians 2:1). On the other hand, the invisible church, or Body of Christ or true Church, is exclusively comprised of born again saints who have been sealed by the Holy Spirit through repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

So how do we distinguish between a true believer and…

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