"Dear Dr. Blank: As the author of Circumcision" The Hidden Trauma, I have studied the psychological effects of circumcision. These effects are generally unrecognized by medical doctors, but they are a necessary part of evaluating the advisability of the practice. As you work on developing circumcision policy, I hope you consider the known and unknown psychological effects of circumcision.Infant neurological development, clinical experience, trauma theory, and research on circumcised infants all support the conclusion that circumcision is traumatic. Circumcision results in extreme pain and significant increases in heart rate and level of blood stress hormone. Some infants do not cry because they go into shock from the overwhelming experience. Anesthetics, if they are used, do not eliminate the pain or the trauma. Long-term infant behavioral changes and disruptions in mother-child bonding due to circumcision have been observed. An MRI showed permanent changes to a circumcised infant’s brain.
Circumcision trauma has long-term effects. In a medical journal survey of 546 circumcised men who reported circumcision harm, the following effects and feelings were noted. -anger, rage, sense of loss, shame, sense of having been victimized and mutilated, low self-esteem, fear, distrust, and grief, relationship difficulties, sexual anxieties, and depression, reduced emotional expression, lack of empathy, and avoidance of intimacy
A. When I first focus on this I get that when humans were created, we were a very intelligent and self sustaining creature. If we were "broken" in some way, everything we needed to heal ourselves would be found in our environment. Then I hear that homeopathic healing wasn't invented, it was natural and created with us (in some respect).Some of these men wish they had been given a choice at a later time rather than having circumcision forced on them when they were too young to resist. The survey does not suggest that all circumcised men have such feelings or how common the feelings are, only that they persist in some circumcised men, and more research is needed. Lack of awareness and understanding of circumcision, avoidance of the discomfort of questioning circumcision, and fear of disclosure help to explain why many circumcised men do not express dissatisfaction. "
When the battle of the ETs occurred, and the "dogs and cats" left the earth, the humans and earth were to be controlled and monitored by the reptilians. The reptilians decided to enslave the humans rather than help us propel (which is not what they were supposed to do, but some kind of agreement was broken). I get these feelings of jealously, as if the reptilians were actually jealous of our human design, abilities and potential to evolve. In order to enslave us they had to craft a way to keep us suppressed, thus keeping us from increasing our vibrations and becoming more spiritually powerful than them. I can see the reptilians were not just jealous of our ability, but were worried the humans would enslave them, so they tried to "beat us to it."
Many forms of fear emerged to keep the vibrations low. One of the earliest was religious based... You had to follow certain rules or you would go to hell (or an equivalent). Many people had other ideas that resonated with them (their subconscious was strong), but to keep religion growing and families strong with a father the concept of genital mutilation came about. It became popular to circumcise your son to make them "clean" but the original basis of this procedure being "clean" was in reference to sins. It was a way of showing you were devoted and a subconscious way get men to desensitize themselves (so they wouldn't be populating the world with "unclean" free beings).
[As a side note, this reading isn't to make parents feel any certain way about personal decisions that have already been made, but more as a way to think about future decisions through a new set of eyes.]
Love and light- Lynn