DWQA QuestionsCategory: Risk to HumanityAlex Berenson, in his recent book: Tell Your Children the Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness, and Violence, reported data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration in 2017 showing that about 2.5 million young adults met the criteria for serious mental illness, a rise of more than 25% from the previous year and double the rate in 2008. Among adults not using cannabis, fewer than 4% met the criteria for serious mental illness, and 13% for other mental illness. In contrast, about 10% of all cannabis-using adults over 18 met the criteria for serious mental illness, and another 25% met the criteria for less severe conditions. Is the increase of problems among cannabis users due to a causal relationship between cannabis use and mental illness?
Nicola Staff asked 3 years ago
The increase is reflecting a causal relationship because these are individuals for whom the cannabis facilitated a serious infestation of spirit meddlers to alter the mind and induce unbalanced thinking that reached a diagnosable degree of severity. But keep in mind that the remaining patients with serious mental illness in many cases, in fact the majority, although not 100%, are similarly victims of spirit attachment manipulation of their mind. It’s just that they did not become vulnerable through drug use but through some other vulnerability and set of circumstances. So spirit attachment as a facilitation is, statistically speaking, a more widespread and serious phenomenon than the consequences of drug abuse on a percentage basis, although the latter tends to make things worse and lead to more severe consequences sooner.