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Zacharias
@zacharias
11/14/19 12:55:28PM
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Am I being gaslighted?


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It's a family secret. One of many. Her mother won't talk about it. My daughter wants to know the truth about it. She also wants to be an investigator. This a great opportunity to show her how we find these things out. When we do I'll let you know what we find.

I remember a satanic group in St. Louis called Golden Dawn. This was back in 1985. I learned about them through a friend that was being recruited. I talked him out of joining. It's interesting to know where that group originated.

Zacharias
@zacharias
11/14/19 12:23:26PM
204 posts

Validity of Twin Flames


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"If I love her enough and just accept the abuse I can change her and save her!" This is the lie I keep telling myself when I know deep down to my core that this isn't true. She will never change as long as she believes there is a chance that I'll forgive and excuse the abuse. I keep doing it. I did it again last night. I absolutely hate this. Hard truth just sucks.

Thank you for posting this @michelle I needed to hear it.

Zacharias
@zacharias
11/14/19 07:16:07AM
204 posts

Am I being gaslighted?


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Hop, I remember that happening. When both our daughters were having these similar issues at the same time. I hope your daughter is doing better and learning how to cope. I'm sure she is a strong girl. Probably stronger than us. They are our weakness. I had a hard time staying positive through out that ordeal. By going after our family these things think they can break down our defenses. So if anything you're coming out of this a stronger man and a better leader for having gone through it. 

We need to keep a check on our emotions. Be aware that their power is limited to what we give them. The attack tell us that they see us as a threat. This is actually a good thing. It means we are doing something right. Your daughter is lucky to have you to protect her though this. Don't expect the battle to end. It's just our job. These girls are more important that we are.

Yeah, I think it's time to clean house. 

Zacharias
@zacharias
11/13/19 02:31:58PM
204 posts

Am I being gaslighted?


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Makes perfect sense. I will from now on

Zacharias
@zacharias
11/13/19 09:35:11AM
204 posts

Am I being gaslighted?


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Thank you, @michelle I value all the information you have given me. I stay open to what they say in these videos because I know so little. The alien thing would be easy to dismiss, but there is something to it. I don't want to miss anything by closing off to it just because I hear something I don't agree with or understand. So no, I won't let it throw me off. You've been a God send. 

Zacharias
@zacharias
11/13/19 05:03:05AM
204 posts

A revealing look inside the life of a sociopath


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Also, the genetic link. Our ancestry is very important. Mine is rich with warriors that did things out of the ordinary. They fought against forces that were greater than themselves. They were imprisoned and died for their beliefs. I'm even related to Mary Queen of Scots. I have a lot to live up to If I am to fulfill the legacy. I know that empathy is genetic, so psychopathy has to be as well. I think our ancestors actions actually changes DNA. Just a thought.

Zacharias
@zacharias
11/13/19 04:37:42AM
204 posts

Am I being gaslighted?


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Well, my wife grew up with narc parents. Her grandfather was a Nazi. I'm not kidding. I found a old swastika pin in her mothers keepsake jar. She grew up as the youngest of three kids. This family bullies each other constantly. Her sister used to call her up just to make her cry and then say "I don't want to fight anymore". She was damaged. This treatment tore her soul apart. You understand why I still have compassion for her. You would too.

She had another breakthrough yesterday. She now wants to get rid of the demons. The ones feeding on her fear. She admitted it's her fear that brings them back. She asked God to take them away. This is a good step in the right direction, but when you stop feeding them they attack harder. She'll need help. I have to help. I'm going about this in a different way this time. I have to get out the way and let her help herself. What she is is a recovering narc. The insecurity doesn't allow her to see herself as she is, or whats happening. She is draining me and her daughter with her "need". She didn't believe that until now. I hope this sticks. I have no expectations this time. I'm not excited about it. I'm staying neutral.

Yes, I am the target. The entities have tried to use my daughter against me and my wife, friends, coworkers, Christians. It's been happening my whole life. They want me broken and to keep me that way, but there are other forces at work here too. The ones that want me to fulfill my purpose. They protected me during the worst times. They still do.

Zacharias
@zacharias
11/12/19 08:46:40PM
204 posts

A revealing look inside the life of a sociopath


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I've had friends that are psychopaths. I used to run with these people. They were all really screwed up, and so was I. The narcs are a blessing in comparison. 

Growing up I thought I was insane, so I hung out with insane people. I was lucky I didn't end up in a barrel. I saw them do horrible things without a thought. The stories they told were even worse. I think the number is higher than 1%. There are many more serial killers and rapist out there than we know about. 

The narcs are trying to hide. Sociopaths don't seem to care enough to try. I know of one that lied to the entire VFW about being a prisoner of war in Vietnam. He told this story to me first. So I looked it up. His name was not on any list I could find. I didn't have to tell the VFW commander that this guy was a liar. He already knew. That was bold. He still acts as though he was never caught. He had no fear and no shame.

Zacharias
@zacharias
11/12/19 10:43:20AM
204 posts

So easy to forget: You Are So Loved


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Thank you, at this moment that is exactly what I need to hear.

Zacharias
@zacharias
11/12/19 10:37:31AM
204 posts

A revealing look inside the life of a sociopath


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That sociopathic stare she talked about. I've seen it hundreds of times. I wonder whats going on in their minds. It's disconcerting and can't feel anything from them at that moment. Actually, I can't feel much at all from these people(except when they get angry). They are easy to be around because of this. All I feel from them is "need". I want to give them what they want. They are looking for fulfillment of that need. It's like they can't feel anything from another person without inflicting pain in order to get a strong emotional reaction. They want to feel this emotional connection we feel naturally. They don't seem to care what that emotion is as long as it's strong enough. She talked about giving her brother $10,000. That would be another way to get a strong reaction. Sex is another. I see why psychopaths tend to torture people in the worst ways. They go to that extreme eventually when nothing they do works. They just want to feel that they are not alone. There is more at play here, but I think this is the basis of the disorder. We need our parents to be on our side. We need connection. A psychopath is created by generations of neglect. 

Back to that SP stare. Of course, I see it in my wife when I confront her about what she is doing. As I explain the situation she'll give me that stare and I know that nothing I say is penetrating. What she hears at that moment isn't what I say. The mask she wears is also a filter for what she hears. The interesting thing about that is what she thinks I'm saying is actually what her conscience is telling her. She'll reject it thinking that it is criticism coming from me. The stare IS the mask.  

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