A new divine figure has recently emerged in the poorest barios of Mexico City, Santa Muerta, our lady, the Saint of Death. Apparently She has the power to heal sins that even God cannot forgive, which is why she is so popular in the rougher ends of town.
Now, what is a sin that God can’t forgive?
One he commits himself.
What might that be, one wonders…? You know, given that He is without stain?
Yeah, except for the washpot thingy.
Well, a sin that the washpot is for… and a powerful cleansing agent for the poor Moabians who’ve fled to Mexico City….
Yep, so Santa Muerta is actually soaking up stuff that God can’t live with in himself let alone forgive in others.
Exactamente. She responds to that which seems to bind all the other deadlies together, depersonalisation, strangely the brainchild of Yahweh himself whose primary modus vivendi is to smite at the slightest show of autonomy in his bride and thereby actively depersonalises her. People become chattle and washpots.
Its serious because putting a child’s use to you over and above its welfare is a form of wickedness.
And when its done to cathart pent up feelings or experiences unfinished from elsewhere its worse.
And when I can’t talk to me, the child-as-object becomes the default position.
The value of the child is lodged in being-of-service, rather than just being.
And the service is to participate in a deluded system that says its more important to be special than it is to be loved.
And that is why it’s a sin in any language you like because it actively attacks the spiritual self of the other.
In the name of love……
The narcissistic encounter requires the active use of sado-masochistic witholding and invasive projective identification that is inherently depersonalizing because it is specifically designed to attack the self of the other whose value is reduced to the extent they can be bent into a preffered shape.
What Yahweh did with Moab in a single symbolic gesture gets played out to the final excrusiating last with Job whom Yahweh enviously attacks precisely because he is a good man.
Not much incentive to do as your told, hey?
Yeh, an’ ya had a go at Job for nuffink, cos he ain’t done nuffink to you an it was only cos Baelza betted you couldn’t make him say a bad fing, but you knew he was alright cos of the divine omniscience fingy and fucked with his head loads..
Yeh, burned his house down, killed everybody..
Wot, for nuffin, he hadn’t done anyfing bad…
Nop. Job and Mrs Job were totally good.
So he was just torturing them to see what they would do…
Well, he already knew that so he was just torturing them…
Cos Baelza bet him..
So he proved himself to Baelza.
and took his coin.