Artwork: “Creation of the Sun and Moon,” Sistine Chapel, Vatican City by Michelangelo (1511) Fresco.

Soren Kierkegaard’s Works To Consider:

Soren Kierkegaard “Fear and Trembling”

Soren Kierkegaard “The Sickness Unto Death: A Christian Psychological Exposition for Upbuilding and Awakening”

Soren Kierkegaard “The Concept of Anxiety”

Soren Kierkegaard “Philosophical Fragments”

This analysis reveals the disturbed mind behind my personal experiences with electronic targeted assaults and psychotronic torture as I believe the person behind these assaults possesses a “god complex” or maniacal mentality. It has been repeatedly told to me that “I have a rude awakening.” This was told to me by my son’s father; my now ex. And, most recently, it has been told to me…


Just ask any medical doctor if murder is an art form, especially in the age of creepy Victorian medical illustrations.

Consider the staged murder scene of Jon bennet Ramsey. A child beauty queen who was bound and strangled with her hands bound above her head.


This brief essay entertains the historical phenomenon of inhumane, unethical medical experiments carried out on innocent populations within the archive of human history and entertains how medical doctors may contribute to female victimization that denies the female’s agency and possessed human identity.

Doctors are part of the conspiracy involving the phenomenon of Targeted Individuals simply because they want to point blame at the victim by claiming “mental illness.” I say this because I find it funny that very few, if any, doctors ever provide an explanation like, “Well, there are evil and sadistic people in the world who may have…


The Stonewall riots were a series of spontaneous demonstrations by members of the gay community in response to police raids that began in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. Patrons of the Stonewall Inn were other Village lesbians and gay bars and neighborhood street people fought back when police became violent.

I’m writing this post because it has come to my attention that some individuals may feel certain people deserve or should be tortured for the culture they represent. This is one of the most heinous and cunning deceptions that often influences other people’s attitudes and perceptions about other people’s differences. It also directly opposes what our constitution has long stood for. At the base of the Statue of Liberty, it is written,

“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore.”

To believe in the ideology that certain people…


ARTWORK: Yoni Flower, Womb of Creation, The Sacred Feminine Altar. The yoni is a Sanskrit word used to describe the womb or sacred feminine place. In India, sexual mythology exists around the lotus flower. The Indian term padma (lotus) is quite often used as a secret code for the yoni or the sacred place of femininity.

The removal of Elizabeth Short’s rose tattoo from her left upper thigh and insertion of it into her vagina could be interpreted as the “plucking” of a flower, a metaphor for “deflowering” a woman. Insertion of it into her vagina may be symbolic of the metaphor to “return her innocence”? The rose is traditionally symbolic of the metaphor of female sexuality.

Flowers are sexy to the masculine gaze and feasting’s one’s eye on the beauty of a flower is an accessible easy and uncomplicated thing to do. By placing the severed tattoo of the rose into her naked and exposed…


In the work of Hans Bellmer, The Doll, Chasseguet-Smirgel uncovers its meaning as the disarticulation of language. She includes a comment made by Unica Zurn in 1965, “The body can be compared to a sentence inviting one to disarticulate it for its true elements to be recombined in a series of endless anagrams.” Bellmer says, “O rire sous le couteau” (To laugh beneath the knife). Jean Brun thought the purpose of The Doll was to dethrone the father and his genital begetting capacities, implying the doll maker’s tools as “phallus.”

“My approach to perversion embraces the more general problem of its relation to reality and hence to truth…….As I have already stated, all of us are open to the perverse solution which constitutes a balm for our wounded narcissism and a means of dissipating our feelings of smallness and inadequacy. This temptation can lead to our losing the love for truth and replacing it with a taste for sham.”~Creativity and Perversion, Narcissism and Perversion, Janine Chassguet-Smirgel

Freud in 1911 wrote “Formulations on the Two Principles of Mental Functioning.” What interested him, however, was the relation of man in general to…


Art Sculpting “Cumulus” by Mariam Lenk. Artist Blog: Miriam Lenk (artistblogbsu.blogspot.com)

Think of the Eddie Murphy remake of The Nutty Professor — where the scientist explodes out of his clothing when the effects of his “slimming potion” wear off — and you get the picture.

Body inflation is actually a catch-all category of fantasies covering a range of subgroups devoted to specific body parts: bellies, boobs, butts, hips, etc. The most popular sub-genre is breast expansion, and enthusiasts of this scenario call themselves “BE” fans. The typical BE fantasy might feature a woman tied up to an air compressor that inflates her breasts to impossible proportions — the pneumatic chest bought…


The paraphilia known as Feederism.

Phobic and Fetishistic Scenario

To illustrate the elliptical nature of these scenarios, I have chosen two examples from what might be considered the “classical” repertory of the psychoanalytic stage: one a neurotic, the other a perverse drama. They are comparable in their psychic function, although the external symptoms appear very different. In both cases, the analysands have attempted to preserve some part of their sexual lives from conflicts due to a complicated oedipal organization as well as an overwhelming internal mother figure. They have found quite different “solutions,” and they are equally puzzled by them.

Madame A.

Madame A. talks about an appointment yesterday with her…


“Fundamentally, the themes of the psychic theater vary little. According to the child’s own inborn and acquired creative possibilities, the traumatic events that have molded each individual psyche lead to an infinity of psychic inventions, all intended to deal with the calamities of separation and otherness, of sexual and generational differences, and finally of aging and death. Each I must construct scenes capable of containing these dramatic situations in order to achieve psychic survival.

The psychic scenarios presented here are all linked to the discovery of the parents as a sexual couple, to the wish to be the only child…


Characters: The Fairy Queen Titania and Nick Bottom who, transformed into an ass by Puck, is admired by the Fairy Queen under the spell of a magic love potion in Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

“According to Jung, there is a sort of art which deals with the conscious surface of experience, and there is a different sort of art which deals with “primordial experience,” or with the archetypes of the collective unconscious. It is the latter which fascinates Jung more.” (1)

The archetypes of the collective unconscious are the universal symbols belonging to the human collective experience such as The Great Mother, The Wise Old Man, the Shadow, the Tower, Water, and the Tree of Life. These symbols are sometimes used to separate the signified by the signifier. For example, the womb may be…

Karen Barna

Mother, Daughter, Student, Graduate, Lover of Books, Reader of Philosophy, Interested in Psychoanalysis, Criminology, Sexual Deviance, Social Justice&Law

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