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The sole purpose of Thoughtless Delineation is to lift standards of ethics & morality by promoting truth and denouncing the Conservancy of inhumane ideologies.

Adoption is a psychological barrier. Not knowing how or why you got there. It feels like you are forced to live your life in a bubble chained to the ground that belongs to someone else.

Inside your head, your brain feels like it’s being restricted, with a thick invisible fog that’s anchored at the base of your skull with an axe. Physically your voice has been stolen from you by society and held to ransom. Your heart feels crushed with grief and loss. Your perception of life is skewed into one that others expect you to have. Your abilities and…

Have you ever heard of the term…“You are where you’re supposed to be”?

Serendipity, many people think that serendipity is a happy accident, coincidence, good fortune. Serendipity means looking at what others see as a problem and seeing instead an opportunity, so much so Finland is redesigning its education system. In some circles, it is said that serendipity is a state of mind, the law of attraction.

For years I did not know what that meant. Coming from a childhood of disconnection through trauma, for decades I was and on occasion still am extremely confused. All human beings are responsible for their thoughts, deeds, actions, and behaviours, in all conditions they are exposed…

Quantum superposition theory on the experience of adoption

Human perception, quantum theory, macroscopic entity, separated entities, concepts, objects, quantum effects, quantum axiomatics.

Harlow’s Monkeys

Harlow (1958) separated infant monkeys from their mothers immediately after birth and placed them in cages with access to two surrogate mothers, one made of wire and one covered in soft terry-towelling cloth.

In the first group, the terrycloth mother provided no food, while the wire mother did, in the form of an attached baby bottle containing milk.

Both groups of monkeys spent more time with the cloth mother (even if she had no milk). The infant would only go to the wire mother when hungry.

Ever woke up and thought, how the hell did I get here? I’m well aware of what's going on NOW!, but it took me a LONG time to process through it all. I figured out how everything fell to shit and why it was the best thing that happened to me and it’s not what you think.

Above: ‘Scène du massacre des Innocents’ Léon Cogniet [Public domain]

Adoption is a psychological barrier. Not knowing how or why you got there. It feels like you are forced to live your life in a bubble chained to the ground that belongs to someone else.

Adoption is not a perfect solution…

You see as an adoptee travels through the stages in their lives there are changes that develop.

Just like the stages of a normal biological…

Original source
Kristin Jones — Facebook 29 Nov 2018

As an adult adoptee and clinical mental health counsellor, I’d like to share some advice that I hope you will consider with an open heart and mind.

Love is NOT enough. It’s a common belief that if you provide a safe and loving home for a child everything will be OK. But that is just the beginning. EVERY adoption began with a trauma to the child. The developing fetus and mother share a relationship that begins in the womb and is based on our deepest instincts for survival. At birth that infant is neurologically wired to seek his or her biological mother for nourishment, comfort and safety. For children placed with adoptive parents at birth, their very being…

Yes, it’s far worse than you think!

Throughout my life as an adoptee I’ve constantly wondered what my purpose is here. At first I had no clue. From a very young age I just knew I was out of place, not only as an adoptee, but also as a soul. I was in a very sheltered bubble, everything was provided for me, and for that I am grateful.

Later in life started to see cracks in my perceived reality, first I was forbidden to talk about my adoption, on my 16th Birthday I was forced to sign a no contact “veto” that would have prevented my Birth…

Adoptees are experts in looking for something that isn’t there.

So you shouldn’t be surprised if an adoptee finds something that nobody else can see, and when they do it’s usually something of immense concern with catastrophic ramifications.

I’m talking search engine ethics and lack of morality. It’s pretty simple really, Human Rights aren’t profitable.

A top Google exec pushed the company to commit to human rights. Then Google pushed him out, Ross LaJeunesse left the tech giant in April 2018 after lobbying for a human rights program.

Search “Adoption” in Google and there is no mention of child “Adoption” until the 2nd search engine results (SERP) page.Google are not the only culprits here.

Did you know “Adoption” of Cryptocurrency outranks, child “Adoption”?

Let me explain, take the site medium for example.
is an open…

I’ve put together 66 Adoption memes.

Whenever your angels communicate using a repeating number or group of numbers, the repetition is meant to provide emphasis and power to their message.

Whenever a number is repeated in an angel number, its vibrational essence is amplified. In this way, angel number 66 resonates with a higher frequency of unconditional love, faith, and healing.

The angel number 6 brings the energy of stability. It represents our need for balance in life and our ability to create stability through problem-solving, seeing clearly, curiosity, grace, with dignity and signifies love, compassion, generosity, and determination.


Astronomers and scientists may have found evidence of parallel universes?

To many these past 12 months seem as if we have already slipped into a parallel universe. Just look at Covid & Trump for example. Who would have picked it? Well…

Nostradamus Wrote of Revolutions!

In the 1500s, Nostradamus wrote some of his verses called the ‘Quatrains’ based on the cyclic patterns of Jupiter and Saturn. He wrote of warnings involving revolutions and internal turmoil in nations around the world.

These uncountable realms sit side by side in higher dimensions that our senses are incapable of perceiving directly.

A disability that arises when someone with a mental health condition interacts with a social environment that presents barriers to their equality with others.

A psychosocial disability may restrict a person’s ability to:

  • Be in certain types of environments
  • Concentrate
  • Have enough stamina to complete tasks
  • Cope with time pressures and multiple tasks
  • Interact with others
  • Understand constructive feedback
  • Manage stress.
  • Someone with a psychosocial disability may require support to overcome the barriers to social inclusion they face.
  • Past experiences of trauma are common for people with psychosocial disability.

Psychosocial Disabilities may include Depression, PTSD, C-PTSD, Developmental Trauma Disorder, Reactive Attachment Disorder, ADHD, Schizophrenia, Multiple Personality Disorder, & Bipolar Disorder.


Clothier. F. MD.


Clothier says in her paper in Mental Hygiene (1943). “Every adopted child at some…

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