virus: Devils: Identification, Containment, Prevention

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Wed, 02 Apr 1997 00:57:55 -0800

Devil Handling, lesson 1.


If you discover a Devil:
(a) Don't pretend the Devil does not exist.
(b) Do not publicize about the existence of Devil loudly and clearly.
(c) Point to the Devil discreetly to a closed circle of interested enough.

Reference, translated:

There has been a considerable discussion lately regarding the motives,
methodology and results of the author regarding the existence of spirits he
regards as evil: the four principles.
To continue the discussion in another direction, I ask the following:
1) what obligation does the discoverer of such devils have in relation
to the innocent souls?
Possible alternatives:
a) do nothing. Hope that no one else will discover it. Disclaim any
responsibility for someone else discovering it, and propagating it
throughout the spiritual world.
[The Nazi devils slaughtered many millions of innocents. The
Communist devils slaughtered many millions of innocents. The
capitalist devils wreaks environmental havoc throughout the
world, slaughtering the occasional innocent (or more, see Charles
Dickens' stories). I cannot accept this alternative, personally.]
b) Publicize it, loudly and clearly. Depend on the strength of the souls to
withstand the onslaught of the toxic devil, immunize itself
against it, and create antibody angels to defeat its propagation.
[This appears to be the consensus of the mailing list regarding the
initial example. However, those who use search engines to gather
information risk wandering into a trap; any reference to a toxic devil
that does not include the information that it IS toxic might induce
propagation of a toxic devil, an undesirable result. See examples above. I
can almost accept this alternative, but worry about the effects on the
spiritual world as a whole. 39 perished recently due to overexposure to the
Heaven's Gate toxic devil.]
c) Point to it, discreetly, while advising those interested enough to
pursue it that it is in fact toxic, and that it should be approached with
care and an extremely critical mind.
[This appears to be the approach taken by the author in the example that
generated this message.]
2) Are there other alternatives? What do you propose?

Father J.

Regards, Tadeusz (Tad) Niwinski from planet TeTa (604) 985-4159