Biblical Mania

I know I’m manic right now but I’m pretty sure that if there were psychiatrists and the DSM-IV available in Jerusalem from…what? Like 2 or 3 thousand years before Christ was born until he died… many Bible dudes wouldn’t have been prophets and martyrs….just literally “crazy folks” and that’s it…Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Amos, Zechariah, Isaiah, Enoch, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John….Jesus?

Haha, Samuel heard voices and Jacob didn’t just hear them, he wrestled with apparitions only he could see … Moses hallucinated and Noah just stayed drunk and built huge ships with Divinely Inspired specific dimensions and supplies.

Um…what if your neighbor was Noah…just chilling in his yard for over 100 years drunk as shit, building a fucking ark to God-given specifications….

Don’t fucking tell me you wouldn’t make fun of him at the least, and call the city on him, eventually…don’t tell me that.

I believe in God. I always have, it’s been in me….always there, even when I knew zero about it.

I did get saved….and it was a life-changing crazy experience which I shall write about later….

However, Christians have turned me away. Yes….”christians”…..

And now, it is my goal to teach people UNCONDITIONAL LOVE….cause that’s all there is that’s gonna save us, at this point.

Stop being hypocrites, church folks….it’s not what Jesus would do.

In fact, if you’ll just read your Bible closely, and perhaps have a Greek-English-Hebrew, interlinear Bible, but that’s not even necessary cause it’s plain as day in John 8:44….you can see where Jesus basically tells all the hypocrites their mom fucked the devil.

The hypocrites were the only ones Jesus was an ass to….

…and in my humble opinion, to the deference of plenty of theologians….I believe THAT IS WHY Jesus rode a BABY donkey to his crucifixion.




  1. Interesting thought to consider and it has been raised in various forums.

    Antipsychotics cured my delusional beliefs in the paranormal and supernatural.

    1. Glenn, I have no delusional beliefs in the supernatural, because….can anyone really have delusional beliefs in the supernatural? Because the nature is “supernatural”, wouldn’t that automatically make any beliefs, by definition, delusional?

      1. so, wait, let me rephrase that…wouldn’t EVERYONE’S BELIEFS in anything supernatural be considered delusional? And that was the whole point of my rant….i”m just saying…

      2. Athena, I was only commenting on my experience. The “super” part states it is beyond natural so belief in supernatural can be delusional.

      3. Hey Athena, no need to feel guilty. I did not take offence. We can hold different views based on different definitions.

    1. Yep, Jesus was just saying, too, when he said it would be better for a millstone to be tied about a neck than to lead one of his little ones astray….religious people always forget those type verses

  2. So wait…supernatural belief is delusional?
    What is the real difference between me saying that a ghost or demon was what happened or saw. Or the bible saying the same shit?
    Wasn’t everything that they wrote about jesus supernatural?
    I’m not saying that there isn’t anything bigger out there. I wouldn’t be here if there wasn’t. But to dismiss thoughts saying it’s delusional is a bit much.
    Sorry to rant myself, but the alcohol in my veins runneth over. Lol

  3. And, Buzz, supernatural belief is always totally delusional….go tell your neighbor you talked to God….haha….even if they go to church every Sunday….they’ll think you’re fucking crazy…..idgaf…..I talk to god everyday and he talks back.

  4. Hi Athena, Great Post. My BiPolar Dad always becomes uber religious when on a high. When I experienced my own special trip to the looney bin I believed I was the next incarnation of Jesus and was shocked afterwards about why the Bible was so fascinating to me during my psychosis.

    There does seem to be something weird that happens during mania that I can’t explain. My Dad’s perceptions about other people when he is in fullblown mania are often remarkably spot on and his perceptions about himself are exactly the opposite.

    There is something about mental illness that seems to tap into a spiritual realm and I am sure most of the dudes in the old testament would be locked away immediately if they offered their prophetic views in todays world.

    Imagine if some dude started building a big pile of wood in the backyard and when asked by his neighbour “What’s up with the woodpile Abe?” he responded with “Oh not much, it’s just that God has asked me to sacrifice my son” Imagine how quickly he’d be visited by the local authorities and straight jacketed out of there before he could say “Pass me that sharp knife please”

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