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Happy Jack


break out of nihilism

"The spirit of the depths took my understanding and all my knowledge and placed them at the service of the inexplicable and the paradoxical.

He robbed me of speech and writing for everything that was not in his service, namely the melting together of sense and nonsense, which produces the supreme meaning."

Carl Gustav Jung, The Red Book


a time will come

kill the heretics

"Heresy is only another word for freedom of thought." – Graham Greene

"It is when your spirit goes wandering upon the wind, that you, alone and unguarded, commit a wrong unto others and therefore unto yourself. Much in you is still man, and much in you is not yet man, but a shapeless being that walks asleep in the mist searching for its own awakening.

Oftentimes have I heard you speak of one who commits a wrong as though he were not one of you, but a stranger unto you and an intruder upon your world. When one of you falls down he falls for those behind him, a caution against the stumbling stone.

You cannot separate the just from the unjust and the good from the wicked; for they stand before the face of the sun even as the black thread and the white are woven together. And when the black thread breaks, the weaver shall look into the whole cloth, and he shall examine the loom also.

Let him who would lash the offender look unto the spirit of the offended. If any of you would punish in the name of righteousness and lay the ax unto the evil tree, let him see to its roots; and verily he will find the roots of the good and the bad, the fruitful and the fruitless, all entwined together in the silent heart of the Earth.

What judgement pronounce you upon him who though honest in the flesh yet is a thief in spirit?

What penalty lay you upon him who slays in the flesh yet is himself slain in the spirit?

And how shall you punish those whose remorse is already greater than their misdeeds?"

- Khalil Gibran, The Prophet



stand up

"With reference to phenomena of a ponerogenic nature, mere proper knowledge alone can begin the healing of individual humans by helping their minds regain harmony." - Andrew M. Lobaczewski

The bias of dismissing ideological deviants who are genuinely suffering is the tap root of cultural evil.

The expression of apathy isolates the persecuted ideological deviant from community which is the very thing that can provide relief.

"Meditation on the wrong one has suffered can lead a person at first to mere self-pity, but it can also eventually bring him to a greater understanding of his enemies, and perhaps even, in the long run, to forgiveness of them.

But forgiveness can only follow an awareness that one has been wronged.

Heaping scorn on one's claims to having been wronged, even when one plainly has been wronged, is thus at once the most brazen and uncharitable act, since it represents both a sheer denial of reality - a man persecuted for his beliefs suffers - and an attempt to block the wronged man's only course back from bitterness and toward reconciliation with his fellow man." - Andy Nowicki

Ultimately, what distinguishes the madman or mad woman from the visionary poet is the way in which the individual is treated by the people around him or her.



witch hunt


"People engaging in honest religion were, are and always will be heretics.

The word heretic comes from a Greek verb interpreted as "to choose."

Heretics are those who choose when some small orthodoxy declares the choices closed because they – only they – have found the truth.

The name of the spirit of honest religion, the spirit of heresy, is the Holy Spirit.

It is the Holy Spirit that may never be fenced in, the Holy Spirit that is larger than all creeds, all gods, and all religions." - Davidson Loehr



"Our 'increasing mental sickness' may find expression in neurotic symptoms.
These symptoms are conspicuous and extremely distressing."

Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited

Socrates is forced to drink poison.

Jesus of Nazareth is nailed to the cross for heresy.

Hypatia of Alexandria is stripped naked and dragged through the streets
by an imperial Christian mob, flayed with ostrakois and set ablaze while still alive.



good intentions

purification through punishment


Between the 12th and 14th centuries, punishment was given a religious quality by associating it with purification before a supreme being. The Imperial Christian sycophants inflicting pain con-vinced the general populace that they were only instruments in the hands of their supreme being performing a service by purging corruption from the targeted victim.

This type of thinking foreshadows the eugenics movement and private prisons.

Imperial Christian authorities claimed that if the tortured victim suffered sufficiently here and now on earth he, or she, would not have to undergo the sufferings of eternal damnation.

The populace accepted the Imperial Christian authorities story: purification of the tortured victim exorcised the evil from within the society – the cancer could not spread.

Infliction of physical pain was rationalized, justified, and blessed.

1314 Elderly Grand Master Jacques de Molay of Knights Templar (Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon) and Geoffrey de Charney, Preceptor of Normandy, are burned alive at the stake in Paris.

Jacques de Molay calls out from the flames that his accusers and condemners, Pope Clement and King Philip IV would soon meet him before God. Pope Clement dies a month later, and King Philip IV dies in a hunting accident before the end of the year. In 2001 the "Chinon Parchment", found in the Vatican Secret Archives, absolved the Templars of all heresies in 1308, before the formal papal decree disbanding the Order in 1312. King Philip IV was deeply in debt to Knights Templar and their demise canceled that debt.

1316 Pietro d'Abano is an Italian philosopher, astrologer and professor of medicine in Padua. Pietro d'Abano is accused of heresy and atheism before the Inquistion and dies in prison.

1328 Meister Eckhart dies at papal court in Avignon. Pope John XXII issued a bull (In agro dominico), 27 March 1329 - withdrawn in 20th century.


William of Ockham is branded a heretic by John XXII and forced to flee into exile in Bavaria with Michael of Cesena and other leading Franciscans. William takes refuge in the court of the Holy Roman Emperor Louis IV of Bavaria who is fueding with the pope.

1414 John Hus teaches that Jesus, not Peter, is the foundation of the church, publicly denounces the selling of indulgences and calls into question papal infallibility. Council of Constance guarantees Jon Hus safe conduct to Constance and back. Jon Hus is imprisoned and tortured in several attempts to get him to recant.

Jon Hus refused them all. Hands bound behind his back, Jon Hus was chained to the stake. Wood and hay were piled up to his chin. Rosin was sprinkled on it. Jon Hus was given one last chance to recant and be set free.

"I shall die with joy today in the faith of the gospel which I have preached."- Jon Hus



nonconformist

"The witch-hunt was a perverse manifestation of the panic which set in among all classes when the balance began to turn toward greater individual freedom.

The witch-hunt was not, however, a mere repression.

It was also, and as importantly, a long overdue opportunity for everyone so inclined to express publicly his guilt and sins, under the cover of accusations against the victims." - Arthur Miller


1431 An Inquisitorial tribunal convicts Joan of Arc (Jeanne d'Arc) of cross-dressing. Joan of Arc is condemned to be burned alive. They tied Joan of Arc to a tall pillar. Joan of Arc asks for a cross and a crucifix was brought from the nearby church.

Jean Tressard, secretary to the King of England, was seen returning from the execution exclaiming in great agitation, "We are all ruined, for a good and holy individual was burned."

Joan of Arc is beatified on April 11, 1909 and canonized as a saint on May 16, 1920.

1512 William Tyndale is educated at Magdalen Hall, Oxford where he is admitted with a Degree of Bachelor of Arts. In the same year he becomes a subdeacon.

1515William Tyndale is made Master of Arts three months after being ordained into the priesthood. The Master of Arts degree allows him to start studying theology, but the official course does not include the study of scripture. This horrifies William Tyndale, and he organizes private groups for teaching and discussing the scriptures.

William Tyndale - a gifted linguist fluent in French, Greek, Hebrew, German, Italian, Latin, Spanish as well as his native English - believed the way to God was through the Word of God and that scripture should be available even to common people.

1526 A full edition of the New Testament translated into English by William Tyndale is produced by the printer Peter Schoeffer in Worms. The book is smuggled into England and Scotland, and is condemned by Cuthbert Tunstall, bishop of London, who issued warnings to booksellers and hai copies burned in public. Cardinal Wolsey condemns William Tyndale as a heretic and demands his arrest.

1536 William Tyndale is tried on a charge of heresy and condemned to be burned at the stake. Most of the King James version of the Bible was directly taken from William Tyndale's translation.



King James Version


1536 Nahuatl Oceltol, an indigenous priest of the Aztec Empire, is put on trial during New Spain's Inquisition. Several witness' recall how Nahuatl Oceltol predicted rain.

1553 Michael Servetus is convicted of heresy by the French Inquisition. Shortly thereafter Michael Servetus attends a sermon by John Calvin in Geneva and is arrested. Michael Servetus is found to be a heretic and is burned alive.

1556 Pomponio Algerio is boiled in oil for saying "The Roman Catholic Church deviates in many things from the truth."

1567 John Frampton, an English merchant from the West Country, is imprisoned and tortured by the Spanish Inquistion. John Frampton escaped from Cádiz. John Frampton translates The most noble and famous travels of Marco Polois into English.

1568 Garcia de Orta, a Renaissance Portuguese Jewish physician, naturalist and pioneer of tropical medicine, was a speaker of tounges confident in Portuguese, Spanish, Hebrew, Latin, Greek and Arabic; Garcia de Orta's work shows that he also had some knowledge of Persian, Marathi, Sanskrit and Kannada.

1569 Garcia de Orta's sister Catarina is arrested as a Jew and burned at the stake for Judaism in Goa.



heretics

"It is proof of a base and low mind for one to think with
the majority, merely because the majority is the majority.

Truth does not change because it is, or is not,
believed by a majority of the people."

Giordano Bruno



March 1592 Giordano Bruno accepts patrician Giovanni Mocenigo's invitation to move to Venice.

May 22, 1592 Giovanni Mocenigo denounces Giordano Bruno to the Venetian Inquisition.

During a seven year trial Giordano Bruno is put the test by the Roman Inquisition.

Giordano Bruno is condemned to death for holding opinions contrary to the Catholic faith about the Trinity, divinity of Christ, and Incarnation; the virginity of Mary, mother of Jesus; Transubstantiation and Mass.

Giordano Bruno refused to renounce his claim of the existence of a plurality of worlds and their eternity; his belief in metempsychosis and in the transmigration of the human soul into brutes; and thus was condemned to death for dealing in magics and divination.
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1596 Luis de Carabajal the younger, the first Jewish author in America, is put on the rack. Luis de Carabajal throws himself out of a window to escape further torture.

Francisca Nuñez de Carabajal is burned at the stake for being a practicing Jew. Doña Francisca and her children, Isabel, Catalina, Leonor, and Luis, are also burned at the stake, together with Manuel Diaz, Beatriz Enriquez, Diego Enriquez, and Manuel de Lucena for being practicing Jews.

1599 The Friulian miller Menocchio, also known as Domenico Scandella, philosophical teachings earned him the title of a heresiarch during the Inquistion and he is burned at the stake in on orders of Pope Clement VIII.

February 17, 1600, Ash Wednesday, Campo de' Fiori

In a spectacle Giordano Bruno is hung upside down naked and burned at the stake.

1612 Cesare Corte, a Renaissance Italian painter of Genoa, is imprisoned by the Roman Inquistion for espousing Lutheran beliefs and possessing Protestant literature.

1613 Cesare Corte confesses and is condemned to life in prison. He dies within weeks of his imprisonment.

1647 Isaac de Castro Tartas, a Jew, is burned at the stake. Isaac de Castro Tartas last words as he was immolated by the flames are "The Lord our God is One!"

1692 Cotton Mather, a Premillennialist (openly proclaimed a belief in a literal millennium similar to Pentecostalism), delivers a sermon warning that End of Days is near at hand and portrays himself as leading the final charge against the legions of Satan. The Salem witchcraft trials used water (like George Walker Bush's waterboarding) and burning to elicit confession.

George Burrows, a minister and graduate of Harvard, stands on the gallows and stuns the crowd by loudly proclaiming his innocence and then reciting the Lord's Prayer without hesitation or error, a feat thought impossible for a wizard. George Burrows is hung as a wizard anyway on Cotton Mather's recomendation.





In English folk tradition all the symptoms of "bewitchment" resemble the ones exhibited in those afflicted with ergot poisoning. The convulsive symptoms, such as crawling sensations in the skin, tingling in the fingers, vertigo, tinnitus, headaches, disturbances in sensation, hallucination, painful muscular contractions, vomiting and diarrhea, as well as psychological symptoms, such as mania, melancholia, psychosis and delirium were all symptoms reported in the Salem witchcraft records. Their was an abundance of rye in the Salem region as well as perfect climatic conditions for the tainting of rye with the ergot fungus. The ergot alkaloid ergotamine is an immediate precursor of lysergic acid diethylamide and therefore shares some structural similarities.

1726 María Francisca Ana de Castrowas, a Spanish immigrant to Lima, Peru renowned for her beauty and hauteur, is arrested by the Inquistion as a practicing Jew.

After 10 years of rape and torture María Francisca Ana de Castrowas is burned at the stake.

1808 Napoleon Bonaparte conquers Spain. Colonel Lemanouski reports that the Roman Catholic Dominicans in charge of the Inquisition blockaded themselves in their monastery in Madrid. When Colonel Lemanouski's troops forced an entry, the inquisitors denied the existence of any torture chambers. The soldiers searched the monastery and discovered them under the floors. The chambers were full of prisoners, all naked, many insane. The French troops, used to cruelty and blood, could not stomach the sight. They emptied the torture chambers and blew the monastery up.

2009 A woman in rural Papua New Guinea is bound and gagged, tied to a log and set ablaze on a pile of tires. Villagers judged her to be a witch.


"It is not likely that any society at any time will suffer from a plethora of heretical opinions.

Least of all is this likely in a modern civilized society, where the conditions of life are in constant rapid change, and demand, for successful adaptation, an equally rapid change in intellectual outlook.

There should be an attempt, therefore, to encourage, rather than discourage, the expression of new beliefs and the dissemination of knowledge tending to support them.

The very opposite is, in fact, the case.

From childhood upward, everything is done to make the minds of men and women conventional and sterile.

And if, by misadventure, some spark of imagination remains, its unfortunate possessor is considered unsound and dangerous, worthy only of contempt.

Yet such men are known to have been in the past the chief benefactors of mankind, and are the very men who receive most honor as soon as they are safely dead." - Bertrand Russell

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