Sigmund Freud

Sigmund Freud was an Austrian psychiatrist working for the secret service. With Josef Breur as his mentor, he did research on catharsis therapy in Vienna. Like the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, he did research on trauma based mind control with drugs and hypnotic triggers. He played a role in the Pluto in Taurus era, transformation of religion (era of Nietzsche declaring God is dead, Darwinism turning humans into evolved monkeys, and Freud turning them into primitive sex maniacs). The cultural marxists of the Frankfurt School used the theories of Marx to found the Left Wing Church. The Tavistock Institute used his methods, has a statue of Freud at its headquarter.

He was educated at the University of Vienna by Theodor Meynert, with Josef Breuer and Julius Wagner-Jauregg (who used electroshocks as therapy), Carl Wernicke as fellow student.

In 1885 he visited La Salpêtrière hospital in Paris. He was trained by French physician JM Charcot, an expert in hypnosis and neurosis, who also educated Joseph Babinsky, Pierre Janet (concept of 'subconscious' and 'dissociation') and Gilles de la Tourette.

In 1886 Freud married Martha Bernays and set up a private practice in Vienna.

He treated Ida Bauer, the sister of Otto Bauer, student of Carl Grünberg of the Frankfurt School and Austrian marxist movement.

He founded the Vienna Psychoanalytical Society with Alfred Adler, Otto Rank, Tatiana Rosenthal, Sabina Spielrein. In 1909 he was invited to the Clark Conference in Massachusetts by Stanley G Hall of the American Psychological Association, with William James (Society of Psychical Research) and met Jason Putnam of Harvard. He visited the OTO center Monte Verità near Ascona Switzerland.

In pop culture and Hollywood movies, directors created the Uncanny effect of Freud, through predictive programming, effacing the distinction between imagination and reality (the dream becomes real-effect, movie theatres in media rituals like death John Dillinger, the JFK ritual, the James Holmes ritual).

Freud equated sex drive (Eros) with death drive (Thanatos). He developed the concept of the subconscious as consisting of Ego, Superego and Id.

His cousin Edward Bernays also did research on propaganda, made US war propaganda for the Committee on Public Information.

The Dadaists and Surrealists used Freud's theories to liberate the subconscious through art and free association. Communist and psychiatrist André Breton worked in a hospital under Joseph Babinsky, with traumatised soldiers of WW1 and wrote the Surrealist Manifesto in 1924 (uniting the pleasure principle and reality principle in one superreality, the surreal), mentioned Freud several times. In 1938 Freud met Salvador Dali.

Anna Freud developed the concept of defense mechanisms of the ego.

After the Anschluss of Austria with nazi Germany, the Freud family left Vienna. He was a Fellow of the Royal Society. He was on the board of the Yiddish Scientific Institute with Albert Einstein and Moses Gaster, vice-president of the 1st Zionist congress and architect of Arthur Balfour's Balfour Declaration. Gaster's daughter married the brother of Zionist Harold Laski (Frankfurt School, Fabian Society).

After Sigmund Freud's death, the British Psychonalytical Society split in 3 factions: the followers of Anna Freud, followers of Melanie Klein and an independant faction.

Freud's family

His grandson Lucian Freud was a surrealist painter and had an affair with Sonia Brownell, wife of George Orwell. He married Caroline Blackwood, related to the Irish Guiness family, who worked for Encounter magazine of Irving Kristol (Congress for Cultural Freedom), Stephen Spender and Zionist T.R. Fyvell (Infomation Research Department with George Orwell). Lucian Freud was funded by Peter Watson (Horizons of Stephen Spender). He was a member of the Clermont Set with Ian Fleming, James Goldsmith (CFW), Anthony Cavendish (Le Cercle) and Gianni Agnelli. He was a friend of Jerry Hall, married to Mick Jagger and later Rupert Murdoch.

His grandson Clement Freud worked for BBC and Queen magazine, which created Radio Carolina to promote the Swinging London scene and later became Harper's Bazaar of Hearst. After his death, he was accused of pedophilia.

Clement's son Matthew Freud married Elizabeth Murdoch, the daughter of Rupert Murdoch and founded PR company Freud Communications. He is related to Caroline Blackwood Guiness. He had a relationship with the mother of Playboy model Marina Baker/Pepper. He was mentioned in Adam Curtis' Century of the Self. His first wife Caroline Hutton married the brother of Diana Spencer.

Marc Bernays Randolph co-founded Netflix, wich like the Tavistock Institute, pushes the gay-transgender agenda.

Astrological chart

born 5/6/1856, date Victor Neuburg, death Frank Baum (Wizard of Oz), Orson Welles, Rudolph Valentino, Tony Blair, George Clooney, Archie Harrison (Harry and Meghan).

Asc: Scorpio, mc: Leo. Dom: Taurus (the Hierophant), Gemini, Scorpio - Sun (ego, drive, like Hitler and Crowley), Pluto, Neptune.

Houses 7, 8, 6. 7: Sun, Uranus, Mercury in Taurus, 8: Saturn, Moon in Gemini, 6: Pluto in Taurus, Venus in Aries. 4: Neptune (dreams) in Pisces. 5: Jupiter in Pisces (opp Mars in Libra), 8: Saturn and moon in Gemini, 11: Mars and Lilith in Libra.

died 9/23/1939, date Augustus, discovery Neptune, Reet Jurvetson, Ed Wood, year Wizard of Oz (Anna Freud's partner was named Dorothy), start WW2.

Bibliography

1884 On Coca
1891 On Aphasia
1895 Studies On Hysteria (with Josef Breuer) case of Anna O. method of free association, psychoanalysis.
1899 The Interpretation of Dreams (dreams as fulfillment of a wish, introduces the concept of Oedipus complex)
1904 The Psychopathology of Everyday Life
1905 Jokes and Their Relation To the Subconscious (The Sexual Aberrations, Infantile Sexuality, The Transformations of Puberty)
Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality
1907 Delusion and Dream in Jensen's Gradiva
1910 Leonardo da Vinci, A Memory of his Childhood
1913 Totem and Taboo
1920 Beyond the Pleasure Principle (Jenseits des Lustprinzips, mc: Leo Lust) Eros and Thanatos, sex and death drive
1923 The Ego and the Id (Das Ich und das Es) phases of the oral, anal and phallic. Superego as morality, Id as purely hedonistic, instinctual.
1927 The Future of an Illusion
1930 Civilisation and its Discontents (civilisation as a way to repress the death instinct, that survives as the Superego and neurosis)
1939 Moses and Monotheism (Akhenaten's solar worship)
1940 An Outline of Psychoanalysis

Freud in popular culture

1955 Cultural marxist Herbert Marcuse writes Eros and Civilisation, as blueprint for the fake liberation movements of the 60's: counterculture of the hippie movement, feminism, Black Panther movement, Stonewall riots,..

1962 Freud: A Secret Passion directed by John Huston (friend of Black Dahlia killer George Hodell) Montgomery Clift as Freud, Susannah York, screenplay based on screenplay of JP Sartre. Universal Pictures.

1967 The Doors (Jim Morrison) This Is The End Oeidipus complex on Elektra Records (Elektra complex by Jung proposed as Oedipus complex in girls).

car crashes of celebrities as an orgasm, act of creation (car crash of James Dean, Albert Camus, Jayne Mansfield, Grace Kelly, Diana and Dodi).

2011 A Dangerous Method directed by David Cronenberg Viggo Mortensen as Freud Michael Fassbender as Carl Jung Keira Knightley as Sabina Spielrein Vincent Cassel as Otto Gross.

1995 Richard Webster Why Freud Was Wrong

Carl Jung

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