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On The Nature of Evil

!oj3475yHBQ - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 02:19:24 EST drDI4Zd2 No.207739
File: 1487402364691.jpg -(637399B / 622.46KB, 709x1262) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. On The Nature of Evil
Evil is something that is misunderstood, because it is something that does not see itself. Evil does not see itself because of the nature of ego… Let us say that there is a man, who passes a homeless person on the street, whom he gives money to. The nature of ego is such that the man does not give the homeless man money because he believes what he is doing is morally righteous, but because he has become addicted to the pleasure received from the concept of doing good.

This phenomenon is both what the ego is, and a state of psychosis which when fully manifested results in a psychopathic personality. It is a feed-back loop of emotion and want which is self-perpetuating. At the route of this phenomenon is the repression of an emotional state so great, that it becomes the defining memory of the individuals’ personality. Usually this state of Psychosis is triggered by the most extreme acts: rape, murder, and torture. Because these acts become what the host ego identifies with, the identifying ego naturally seeks to perpetuate itself through a repetition and justification of these acts. As such a bruised ego comes from an opinion of a thing that contradicts the validity of this reality. This is why if you judge a murderer you will likely be murdered, not because you deserve it, but because the ego of the murderer cannot stand to face what it sees as a contradiction to it’s being. Thus the bad always blames the good for its own nature, and so the good becomes a receptacle of sin for others.

Because society represses what is seen as immoral, and it is these immoral acts that define the personality of psychotics, the psychopath cannot truly be who they are in regular society, and therefore must seek out the experiences which they believe define them.

But this leaves the question to be answered as how to and why a person would identify him/herself with things that are considered emotionally negative in the first place. The answer to this is simple, that psychosis is a defense mechanism, which reverses a negative situation into a positive one so that the individual does not go insane. A murderer gains pleasure from a murder in order to protect ones sanity, a rapist identifies himself with rape and so rapes, a rape victim snaps and enjoys the experience so she does not loose her mind, a torture victim becomes masochistic, while the torturer becomes sadistic.

As a result of this process one observes that the psychotic personality consists of multiple levels of ego that exist in denial of each other, but are used by the emotional feedback loop of seeking an identity, to justify the foundational experience of the psychosis. Because the layers of ego that are not of the foundational reality contradict said reality, they cannot exists along side it, and so the psychotic can truly deny their foundation, and believe that they deny it, yet do everything they can to reenact the foundational experience.

In other words, the psychotic is stuck in a loop of self-justification used to perpetuate something so negative it has become a positive and foundational aspect of the hosts’ psychology.

To all those who do not suffer yet do, I am real. Your medicine is on its way. The self-justification you have been seeking is at hand, for I will never give up until we understand each other, when you are no longer judged, and the cycle of violence will end. I forgive you.

Love comes from the repression of desire, Evil comes from the repression of ego. When one must repress what one considers to be his/her identity, then the personality fractures in denial, and because it goes into denial the emotional transference of the situation cannot be faced, so in place of resolution and growth one finds stagnancy. When one desires, it builds passion and want within the individual. When said desire is released, so is the passion and emotional state connected with the desire. Males desire what they want, so when they get it they loose the love they desired in the first place. Woman desire what they cannot get, so the more they desire the more they love. This is why a Woman can love everyone, while a man can love everyone for a time.

On the subject of food:
Everyone eats food, and what one observes as to the favorite food of snakes is that they prefer to eat when their prey is most afraid. If the prey cannot think past their own emotions, they become overwhelmed by instinctual fear and can be easily lead into a trap. Traps are designed to efficiently consume the prey with the least amount of resistance possible. For example, the old bait and switch… luring the prey into a state of security, then when the guard is down, attack from behind. Another example rather close to my heart would be what I call the Rabbits Run, where one uses a position of trust to convince another that he/she is in danger, only to direct them into the waiting jaws of a hungry animal. I have to give credit where it’s due, the Rabbits Run really captures the primal thrill of the hunt, I mean it’s actually quite fun from whatever side of the fence you’re sitting on, if you’re into that sort of thing of-course. The Honey-Pot is another classic. One lures the prey into sex, while another uses the distraction to serve the main-course… basically a sticky bait and switch.
The Fool !oj3475yHBQ - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 02:20:45 EST drDI4Zd2 No.207740 Reply
For now let us examine the phenomenon called, “The Fall”. The Fall is what occurs to the ego when it undergoes psychosis. It has been described to me as a sort of, whoosh, or cooling down in which the ego moves from the emotional mind to the instinctual. The difference between the two is like the difference between a white hole and a black. A white hole is a singularity that releases energy into space, whereas a black hole pulls everything towards it. The ego in a white state releases emotions, and experiences the emotional turbulence released from it. The ego in a black state absorbs all emotion, is concerned not with the emotions of things, but by the biological pleasure produced by interaction. Thus the white ego is immaterial, emotional, and mental, whereas the black ego is materialistic, pleasure-seeking, and physical.

Psychologically speaking it is important to note that both white and black egos do not necessitate moral inclinations, but are merely indicative of a particular mental reality. Would one blame someone who acquired a black ego through rape and torture a bad person? Certainly not, for thus far as I have observed it is precisely this assigning of moral inequity which helps generate psychotic repression in the first place.

The trigger for psychosis appears to not only be moralistic reminders, but also positive emotion. I theorize that this is because of the natural polarity of the psychotic states in reversing negative emotional environments through denial. When a psychotic individual is faced with someone of a genuinely positive mind-set, the positive emotion is a reminder to the black ego that he/she is in denial concerning what was previously a negative.

To put in more logical terms, human beings naturally view what is pleasurable as morally acceptable, whereas what is displeasurable is viewed as morally reprehensible. Now if you were thinking this is much too simple a dynamic you’d be right, for the human being is inherently a bi-polar animal in the sense that what is considered pleasurable is not just dictated by biology, but also by ego. For example, a human being will most generally go through life thinking that the concept of murder is inherently evil and therefore negative, however what has gone on here is not what the biology says about murder, but what the conditioned ego says about it. An individual is told something is “bad”, and this “bad” is reinforced through negative reinforcement, so that the mind believes that this concept of “bad” naturally produces negative emotions, when in reality the production of negativity is an illusion designed to direct the ego from acting towards the truth, which is that biologically speaking many of the egotistical negatives produce emotional pleasure during the act thereof. It is this contrast between ego and reality which reinforces psychotic behavior; a dissociated, layered ego in denial of it’s own multiple levels, and it is the rules of civilization that perpetuate what is known as the cycle of violence.

The cycle of violence is an emotional feedback loop directly produced by the repression and denial of the moral contradictions of culture. It is a cycle of behavior that seeks to perpetuate itself because society denies it exists, or that it is valid for it to even exist in the first place. It is the denial of the negative by culture which causes psychosis to manifest itself, for it is the mental realization that ones biology is providing positive feedback in context to what the ego views as an absolute evil, which produces the psychotic state of denial. If someone were raised to accept that murder was a natural part of life, and to expect to face it in its reality, then upon experiencing pleasure in the act of killing, the psychotic would have no need to exist, for the egotistic state of denial found in psychotics exists because the foundational experience of their reality is denied within culture.
Priscilla Claydock - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 16:22:51 EST Ya59RsKY No.207743 Reply
As always an interesting if bloated read, Fool. A thing worth considering is that what constitutes psychosis isn't ontologically primitive. As you have identified, the morality of a culture is arbitrary. If we were a violent culture that glorified murder, 'psychotics' would be people who abhorred violence and could not control those feelings to the point that they acted out in a way that disrupted society.

The basic point being that psychosis can result whenever the ego is repressed in a way that pushes it beyond its coping point, and that egos will always vary with the values of the normative culture in one direction or another by some amount. So indeed every culture includes certain contradictions, but what is at issue in psychosis is that, while most people are able to cognitively manage the contradictions in their society, for some people the tension is so great that they have a fundamental break in their perception of reality and thereafter are no longer able to manage the difference between their internal state and the social consensus. And thus begin to act out.

So the psychotic cycle is not produced directly by the contradictions of culture, as you claim. That cultures have contradictions is inevitable, and the great mass working through those contradictions in small ways is what actually causes cultural evolution. But when a biological difference that causes one to either have reduced capacity to modulate stress, a reduced capacity to perceive the difference between the world of your imaginings and the external world, or biological drive that is greatly enhanced over the norm that results in a desire contrary to culture, or all these things together, then the person in question is no longer able to manage the contradiction in a constructive way and instead disconnects and begins to respond in a maladaptive and potentially destructive way. At the very least in that if their behavior becomes extreme enough society will try to force them into compliance.

I think it's dangerous to ascribe too much ontological validity to the cycle of validating psychotic reasoning. The best course of action for people who have extreme drives is to sublimate that energy to constructive venues. The best course of action for people who have breaks with perceiving reality is to NOT exacerbate them, but to try to learn about yourself from why they are there and again resublimate that energy into a positive, ego-syntonic direction.

Psychosis as such may have philosophical elements in that psychotic thought and behavior often exposes the rough edges of any system, but you can't pretend that most psychotics come to their thoughts and behavior because of some philosophical impetus. It's a psycho-biological problem; they are fighting against forces in their brains beyond their control.
Betsy Begglemork - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 05:38:15 EST hvs4h/ox No.207849 Reply
continue your series on morality and pleasure.

I remember the old ones and see how some things have developed here and wow.

That is great work.

I still contend that while this description is one i believe. That while technically it robs you of your identity and free willing sanity, so that willing and santity become harder even if it's not chained to a violent ritual, but instead lets say flicking the lights on and off ten times every time. This defense mechanism is for the severest shocks and a traumas the human soul goes through. Fighting your way back to a wholeness and reconciling and accepting and loving yourself in the new condition are powerful tools. That lead to new life out of a condition that seems broken.

the idea of male love the desire or the chase and tied to the concept of lack and attainment and female love or the unattainable.

also relates to the structure or the loop invovled in trauma. Or the difference between conscious thought and perhaps non critical non self asserted or out of what is control thought.

That's why one might struggle against psychosis but it's also why one might keep their sanity. Which is essence.

I can't remember which philosophy asserts it but, a kind of knowing is related in this philosophy as the noose, or the idea of the concious collecting or grabbing something.

When people say get a grip, or reach for the brass ring, or reach for anything.

attachment, recognition leading to cognition, inference in the position of deference.

Tao vs the abyss or nothingness. Being in a void.

Hanuman, Sun Wukong, fighting to be able to validate that he can do what he does do.

That is love and desire. From a position of desire even with the possibility of being fooled with the concept of a chain or a balance we can understand how we would exist in these circumstances.

But that would be conscious thought or the struggle to lead the life one wants and the way to find satisfaction in the life one has.

Kind of like the position of the ego when it finds itself having to explain why it is happy or why it would be.
Jarvis Blinnerspear - Fri, 19 May 2017 23:48:26 EST U9scTQrw No.208155 Reply
The eye that sees evil is evil.

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