What is “Mass Formation Psychosis” And Is Humanity Now Experiencing It?

Psychosis is when people lose some contact with reality. Mass formation psychosis is when a large part of a society focuses its attention to a leader(s) or a series of events and their attention focuses on one small point or issue.

Followers can be hypnotized and be led anywhere, regardless of data proving otherwise. A key aspect of the phenomena is that the people they identify as the leaders – the one’s that can solve the problem or issue alone – they will follow that leader(s) regardless of any new information or data.

Furthermore, anybody who questions the leader’s narrative are attacked and disregarded.

There are four key components needed for an environment to experience a mass formation psychosis: lack of social bonds or decoupling of societal connections, lack of sense-making (things don’t make sense), free-floating anxiety, and free-floating psychological discontent.

Free-floating anxiety is a general sense of uneasiness that is not tied to any particular object or specific situation.

When followers start to participate in a strategy to deal with the object of anxiety, new social bonds typically emerge and people change from a highly aversive negative mental state and isolation, to the exact opposite to the extremely high-level of connectedness that exists.

So do we have mass formation psychosis?

Dr Robert Malone explained on the Joe rogan podcast that we might well have it, certainly seems to match up

Dr Robert Malone

As your probably well aware Dr Robert Malone has been slandered to a high degree. And for the most part it is only because he asks questions. Questions that should be asked.

Joe rogan podcast

And because it is a massive topic I won’t get into it here I will be posing about his work very soon in great detail so be on the lookout for that.

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