Subject—Psychosis and Marijuana

Dr Izu Nwachukwu
Sheldon Chumir Health Centre
Calgary AB Canada T2R 0X7

Mr Christopher Bek
602, 1133 Eighth Avenue SW
Calgary AB Canada T2P 1J7
403 471-7440
15 August 2018

Dear Dr Izu Nwachukwu,
Subject—Psychosis and Marijuana
Quotation—Truth is compared in scripture to a streaming fountain—if her waters flow not in perpetual progression then they sicken into a muddy pool of conformity and tradition. A man becomes a heretic in the truth if he believes things without knowing their reason but instead relies on his pastor’s says so or because the assembly so determines. Though his belief may be true, the very truth he holds becomes his heresy.—John Milton

Thank you for meeting with me on 25 July 2018. 30 August 2018 marks the fifteenth anniversary that I entered the mental healthcare system. In that time no one has ever sat down and talked to me about my diagnosis. So I researched psychosis and thought about it and came up with an understanding of what it means to me. I believe psychosis means an impaired contact with reality. I have an impaired contact with perceived reality and a solid contact with innate reality. You have a solid contact with perceived reality and an impaired contact with innate reality. Perceived reality is like a computer screen while innate reality is like a computer that operates according to the laws of nature.
With my The Theory of One book I proved that reality is an illusion and it will fundamentally alter the course of history. As such, I have revealed myself to be the greatest physicist that ever lived. With my Existentialism Now book I proved that behaviorism is the cancer of modern medicine. As such, I have revealed myself to be the greatest physician that ever lived. If I am wrong about any of this then please tell me why?

None of my two books, dozens of letters and 88 essays would have been possible without marijuana. For me it is like going to the temple so that I can think clearly. I believe that medical marijuana would help me in my continued quest to change the world.

Christopher Bek
Copy—Caroline Tarkowski, CMHA Counseling Therapist; Dr Nabil Elkabir, Family Doctor