From the Desk of George Barnard
October 3, 2007.
Of course this is 2007 coming to an end, and I have not involved myself
with psychological counseling of any kind a great interest of
quite some decades since the beginning of 2000.
Im out of touch. I miss my learned colleagues, but Im busy
now. My subscription to Psychology Today was long ago cancelled.
New Neurosis, Psychosis, Obsessions, Common Hang-ups, Manias, Complexes,
Fixations, Personality Disorders, and more, have been discovered, renamed,
divided into sub-groups, and identified as being related to
yet other diseases of the mind.
For seven long years, Ive missed all this wonderful news, which
I could perhaps have ascribed to the next unfortunate that dared enter
One important psychological aberration is Santa Clausophobia, but even
more devastating is Angelophobia, since the disease returns in regular
bouts of some 4 to 5 months apart. It was first reported by a German
subscriber, thus Engelphobie would be the correct term.
Not only does Engelphobie affect people, but it also plagues
Internet Service Providers. One of these, Yahoo.com, is especially vulnerable.
Our messages from Celestials; Teachers, Angels, and Midwayers are often
bounced back to us, and if we dont unsubscribe the unfortunate
listees, the long-suffering Yahoo.com machinery suffers a serious relapse;
the illness invading all their servers worldwide, and bouncing back
a thousand or so. Next up AOL catches the bug, but Comcast
might just beat AOL and BTInternet to it, and its a pandemic once
OK. This is all in good fun, of course, unless you are a Yahoo user.
If you are, your ISP might just decide that you, too, could catch Engelphobie
and bounce back to us the Celestial transcript meant for your inbox.
Please consider changing to an Engelphobie resistant, or
well immunized ISP.
And its just a small thought from George Barnard.
© 11:11 Progress Group.
Toujours au Service de Michael.