Triple Multiple Personality Disorder: Pinkie aka ‘Chameleon’. by Alice B. Clagett

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Image: “Sarah Barrett Moulton: Pinkie,” by Thomas Lawrence, 1794, in Wikimedia Commons … … public domain

Image: “Sarah Barrett Moulton: Pinkie,” by Thomas Lawrence, 1794, in Wikimedia Commons … … public domain


Dear Ones,

Here is a video about how we may best judge and deal with threats of violence by people who have multiple personality disorder or antisocial personality disorder. The idea is to figure out how to deal with people who threaten violence in the streets of Los Angeles.

The discussion centers on encounters with people who have multiple personality disorder or antisocial personality disorder. There are also thoughts on how Hollywood might best portray the threat of violence that is reported in our local newspapers …

The Summary is an edited version of the video, and has a little more information in it than the video …



Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.

This is the day after Summer Solstice, and I am here at the Faerie Dell just to usher the summer in.

I have a story to tell you about a movie episode that I saw last night. It was a movie series called “Psych.” It reminds me a little of myself, because of my clair abilities that I got as Ascension gifts through the Ascension process in the last many years.

And also I have an interest in crime prevention, but I do not have the flair and pizazz of the heroes of that story … Shawn Spencer and Burton ‘Gus’ Guster … that is for sure. I am not cut out for that. Nevertheless I watch it because it is a very entertaining show.

Last night I saw Episode 7 of the last run of the series. It was a story about a person who had a multiple personality; it was a triple personality. And in fact, it was I who came up with that term. It was the weirdest thing; it was like deja vu, because I had run into a triple multiple personality some years prior. Under life and death circumstances I ran into the violent, murderous personality in a trio of personalities. You can find out more about that by searching my blog for the term: pinkie … The stories that have the word ‘pinkie’ in them relate to the triple multiple personality that I ran into. It was not anybody that I had ever known, but just someone that I encountered in a church parking lot one time, in Hollywood, I think it was.

[And then later it seemed as if that person was stalking me for some years. It seemed he kept popping up, wearing various disguises, from time to time. It was really an odd series of events, it seemed to me … perhaps coincidences? Who is to know?]

Anyway, I was watching television last night, and there on “Psych,” Season 1, Episode 7, I ran across what seemed like the same character, with the same set of personalities. There was one kind of normal guy [‘Robert Dunn’], well-spoken, well educated, somewhat slight in build.

And there was another version of that person that a transvestite, dressed as a woman and believing that he was a woman [‘Regina Kane’].

And then there was another, violent, version of the person [‘Martin Brody’; the name is that of a police chief who was an adversary of the great white man-eating shark in the “Jaws” movie series.]

It was the same as what I had run into in the psychic realm, and several times in real life. It was odd, you know? Hollywood does weird things to the life-and-death situations that assail us here in the third dimension, does it not? That show seems so entertaining, so lighthearted. Everyone seems so affable, so easy to like. Even the people that use guns to shoot figurines [Detective Carlton Lassiter, who seems a little hyper] seem like loveable people.

And the three characters in the triple multiple personality (multiple personality is also known as ‘dissociative identity disorder’) also seem very loveable, very likeable; not really like people who would hurt you or kill you, or anything like that; more like just a story on television … a story in the movies … not something real.

I got to thinking about how things are portrayed in the movies. There are good and bad things to be said about this whitewashing thing that has been happening … whitewashing of violence in the movies.

In tenor, it reminds me a little of the ‘spook around’ underground city in the post-apocalyptic movie “A Boy and His Dog.” That movie is not one for the faint of heart …

Link: “A Boy and His Dog,” published in 1975, in IMDb … ..

On the other hand, when we see the true headlines in the “Los Angeles Times” … this series of gun incidents and murders and awful things that happened as a lead-up to Solstice this year, we are less likely to be affected with adrenaline issues and constant fears and so forth. Seeing violence in the movies has a way of taming the violence that is really out there in the street. So we do not live our lives in fear; and of course, that is important.

There are other possibilities here. One is that it is offhandedly possible that there are a few people in Los Angeles who have these major antisocial personality issues; and who either are very clever or else have a lot of money at their disposal, and who are usually able to evade the law.

What would they want more than to have the danger that they represent to society minimized for most people? And what would they be more likely to do than to present what their very lives are, in a context that seems unreal and harmless to the greatest possible number of people? And how could that be done, except through promoting such a movie? … maybe by helping to pay for it; whatever it might be.

But that is a ‘far out there’ thought. There is another thought I have, to do with responses to emergencies. As you may know, in earlier years I wrote quite a bit about that because the first few years of a person’s Ascension process … in the first Solar cycle when they are fully awakened … seem to be fraught with peril, for most people. For more on that, search my website for the word: perilous … to find out the things that frightened me ‘way back when’.

Well, you might be facing them, and you might not. But it is good to try to pinpoint the way that we react to emergencies, just in case anything should come up here in Los Angeles … as has come up for a few people here and there, over the course of the ramp-up to Summer Solstice, with all the great Light coming in. It strikes some people the wrong way, you know? But most people just find it glorious, as did I.

But in case you are near somebody like that … somebody that is potentially violent when there is a lot of Light coming in … it is good to notice how it is that you usually react to danger.

At first when I started writing about that, all I knew about was ‘fight or flight’. And I figured I react by fighting if I have to, but I react by fleeing from a situation if I am able to. That is the best way. Years ago I took karate, and the person that was in charge of our group told me to do the same. He told that to everybody. If you can, he said, avoid conflict. Only in the very last instance should you fight.

Later on I found out that there are other ways that people manage the approach or the possibility of danger. These are called ‘fawn, freeze, and flop’. Let’s start with ‘flop’. Flop is just where you faint, or you cease to do anything.

‘Freeze’ is where you stand perfectly still and do not do anything, but you have not fainted; I guess that is it.

And ‘fawn’ is where you walk up to the predator that you are encountering, and try to be the very best friend that you can be. You say: Oh, what can I do for you? Oh, will you be my playmate? … like that. In your mind, you try to make friends with them.

So, let’s say that you yourself have sensed this ‘pinkie’ danger … this ‘triple multiple personality’ danger … or maybe the type of danger that is called ‘multiple personality’ (maybe just two personalities) … or someone with antisocial personality disorder … something like that. Someone like that is approaching you.

What are you going to do? Fight or flee or freeze or fawn or flop? If you choose the coping mechanism called ‘fawning’, you might be inclined to make a movie like “Psych,” Season 1, Episode 7: “Who Ya Gonna Call?” You might say to yourself: Here is a person who has odd personality quirks, but they are really a loveable person, are they not? They are really the nicest person, surely? We could be friends, could we not? So they are a little quirky?!

And then, if you happen to be someone involved in the movies, you might put out a movie like that. That is my thought on it.

You know, I do not know what to say. I am glad that the movies have put out something similar to what I experienced in real life.

On the other hand, fawning would not be something that I would ever do, unless I had no other options. You know, if I were caught by the giant dragon, in the great cave on a stony island with nothing but stormy seas all around; and if there were no other beings anywhere; and if I depended on the dragon for food, I would probably try the ‘fawn’ response.

But in the normal instance, if I could get away … if there were a way to get away … I would pick ‘flight’. I would get out of that place and out of danger.

I have to say, although it was fun to see what Hollywood would do with my experience, or what seemed to be very close to my experience in real life, overall I feel that they made the wrong choice. I really do.

Why don’t you look at that movie: “Psych” movie series, Season 1, Episode 7: “Who Ya Gonna Call?” …

Link: “Who Ya Gonna Call?” aired 18 August 2006, in IMDb … ..

And then take a look at my own description of that personality disorder and see what you think?

Search my blog for the category: Multiple personality disorder … and also go to …

Link: “Alice’s Perilous Tales: The Man with the Trembling Pinkie,” by Alice B. Clagett, happened in December 2011; indicated 1 December 2011 as event date; written and published on 23 May 2019; updated … ..

Link: “Triple Multiple Personality Disorder,” by Alice B. Clagett, written and published on 29 May 2018; revised on 23 February 2019; on 25 April 2020; and on 1 November 2020 … ..

After all, it is up to you to figure out how to deal with the perilous circumstances in your own life.

Well, a somber note for a beautiful summer day! It is starting to rain, and that is truly a blessing here in California. It has already rained once today, where I was early in the morning. There was a stroke of thunder; my computer went out; one of my speakers for the computer fried itself; and then everything was set right.

And now we have in the Faerie Dell another rain shower. Is that not great? Maybe it is a sign that the weather will improve and optimize, here on Earth in the years to come. That is all for now, Dear Ones.

God bless you all,
And keep you safe,
And be with you
Through all your days.

See you next time … I took some pictures for your enjoyment during the walk today. I thought I would publish them very fast at the end of this video. If you have a hankering to observe them for awhile, I will put the best of them online [in a separate blog] on my website so that you can take a look. [Then follow nature photos from the walk.]

In love, light and joy,
Alice B. Clagett
I Am of the Stars

Compiled and published on 22 June 2022
Location: Santa Monica Mountains, California


I note also in that episode that secretaries are being hired by Shawn and Gus from a modeling agency; and how similar, in a way, that is to the experiences I have been having in recent years of ‘actor impersonators’ seemingly playing roles of people I know, or pretending to be policemen or other people in authority. What is up with that, I wonder? For more on that, see my blog categories: Mimicry  … and …  Doppelgangers ..


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movie reviews by Alice, multiple personality disorder, dissociative identity disorder, triple multiple personality disorder, mass media, fight or flight response, fawn response, threat responses, psychology, psychiatry, culture, Los Angeles, Ascension gifts, Ascension, actor impersonators, doppelgangers, mimicry,

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