Race of Arms: Responsible Psychoanalysis

After Sigmund Freud accidentally invented psychoanalysis in the late 19th century, the brain-stimulants in the 20th century rushed into the psychoanalytic technique; Oedipal complex in ‘wild-psychoanalysis’ chanced to increase the speed of light in both discourses.

In the 20th century, the breathtaking Seminar XVII, The Other Side of Psychoanalysis had ‘pushed’ forth the Freudian death drive concept finally to talk about it‘Political projects’, ‘theories of conspiracies’, ‘reforms’ moving periodically to the ethical abuse of power. Hence I have kindled the Race of Arms ‘sphinx’ behind the Pure Acid, I will again resound… the deep dive into Power of Language, given the digital opportunities to advance Grammatology. 

My presence is dull if only explicitly surviving by Lacanianism where memes (poetry) is all about love, and here, from the space-exploration epoch, nearly oracular tone comes in the soviet linguist and accentologist Vladislav Illich-Svitych.

Language is a ford through the river of time
It leads us to the dwelling of those gone ahead
But he does not arrive there
Who is afraid of deep water

Source: Nostraticist Vladislav Markovich Illich-Svitych

Personally, in my blog, I am still promoting the discrete study of Language, keeping in mind that the God of Akhenaten ought to have origins in what science and salvation beget some mercy. And to prove it wherever ‘the still waters run deep’ regardless of the “gross” academic attitude to the Ancient Egyptian legacy.

Tolerance

Jacques Lacan extraordinarily devoted to the term ‘psychosis’ considering the certain edge where the subject meets the Limits of Language and then anyhow Freudian uncanny if so may correct sharp ‘rendezvous’. 

Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten and Nefertiti
Contributor: Science History Images / Alamy Stock Photo

Many scholars can not bear such esthetics nor support the Amarna period and Akhenaten’s reforms. Simply saying, the cause made the Bible appealing to study and doing some compelling investigation.

So I will spit you out of my mouth, because you are only warm and not hot or cold.

You say, `I am rich and have many things. I need nothing.’ You do not know that you are in trouble and need help. You are poor. You are blind. And you have no clothes to wear.

Source: Revelation 3:16-18 Worldwide English (New Testament) (WE)

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I will also participate in clarifying passage they “spit out” and yet not observe within extra dimension, another repeating.

But Moses did not follow these orders at all. Instead: “Moses said unto the judges of Israel, ‘Slay ye every one his men that were joined unto Baalpeor [the Moabite deity]’ ” (verse 5). Yahweh said to kill only the leaders in this instance, but Moses said to kill everyone that was joined unto Baalpeor. The way it turned out, though, neither Yahweh’s nor Moses’ plan was followed. This is what actually happened: “Behold, one of the children of Israel came and brought unto his brethren a Midianitish woman in the sight of Moses, and in the sight of all the congregation of the children of Israel, who were weeping before the door of the tabernacle of the congregation. When Phinehas… saw it, he rose up from among the congregation, and took a javelin in his hand; And he went after the man of Israel [her lover] into the tent, and thrust both of them through, the man of Israel, and the woman through her belly” (verses 6 and 7). This double murder made Yahweh so happy that he stopped killing everyone with another plague that had apparently been unfolding at the time. For we read in verses 8 and 9: “So the plague was stayed from the children of Israel. And those that died in the plague were twenty and four thousand.” Verses 10 and 11 confirm for us that this double murder did indeed divert Yahweh’s wrath away: “The Lord spoke unto Moses, saying, Thinehas hath turned my wrath away from the children of Israel, while he was zealous for my sake among them, that I consumed not the children of Israel in my jealousy.'” It is a good thing that Phinehas saved Israel from this plague that “only” killed 24,000. Just imagine how many more would have otherwise died if the full weight of the wrath of this loving god had been unleashed.

Source: What Is Wrong With the Bible? Paperback – September 3, 2018
by Charles Giuliani

Here I would like to correlate the ‘double espresso’ African joke, ‘depresso’, Zizekian coffee puns with an attempt to discern which the God Of Moses and God of Akhenaten. 

The Amarna storyline turns any disturbing ‘double murder’ to double guilt. Moreover, this is what Egyptian ‘scientific‘ mysterious disciplines were intoxicating to be acknowledged for Big Other.