Hatred, The Killing Emotion!

 Part One



Next to him malicious Envie rode,

Upon a ravenous wolfe, and still did chaw

 Between his cankred teeth a venomous tode,

 That all the poison ran about his chaw:

 But inwardly he chawed his owne maw

 At neighbors wealth, that made him ever sad;

 For death it was, when any good he saw,

 And wept, that cause of weeping none he had

 But when he heard of harme, he wexed wondrous gIad.



 The Faerie Queene



Hear the word of Yahweh, you children of Israel; for Yahweh has a controversy with the inhabitants of the land, because there is no truth, nor goodness, nor knowledge of Elohim in the land. There is nothing but swearing and breaking faith, and killing, and stealing, and committing adultery; they break out, and blood touches blood. Hosea 4:2



 The good man has perished out of the earth: and there is no one upright among men: they all lie in wait for blood; they hunt every man his brother with a net. Micah 7:2


Therefore, as I live, says the  Sovereign Yahweh, I will prepare you to blood, and blood shall pursue you: since you have not hated blood, therefore blood shall pursue you. Ezekiel 35:6


But this comes to pass, that the word might be fulfilled that is written in their law, They hated me without a cause. John 15:25


In his book: Why We Hate, Author Rush W. Dozer, Jr. writes the following:




HATE IS THE NUCLEAR WEAPON of the mind.  Its detonation can blow apart the social order and plunge nations into war and genocide.  It shatters relationships, leading people who once loved each other into bitterness, violence, even murder.  Blasts of hate sweep away civility and tolerance, spurring individuals to commit acts of savagery and pitting group against group in combat that can grow vicious and deadly.  Hate poisons the workplace.  It warps the minds of children, who are defenseless against its destructive influence, and this allows it to reproduce itself generation after generation.  Hate can undermine our health by stressing the heart, raising the blood pressure, suppressing the immune system, and damaging the brain.  As self-hatred, it can insidiously create a negative self-perception that robs life of its pleasure, leading to depression and even suicide.

In the name of hate, human beings carry out the most shocking and repulsive acts imaginable.  These unspeakable acts go by many different names: oppression, torture, genocide--and terrorism.  What the entire world witnessed on September 11, 2001, was only the latest horrific episode of hate-inspired violence.  Like all such acts, hate-filled terrorism emerges from primitive areas of the human brain buried deep the more recently evolved layers and from years of cultural conditioning that pits groups in an us-versus-them battle for survival.

Over the past five centuries, hate has periodically ravaged Western civilization, leading to bloodier and bloodier conflicts.  At the end of the Renaissance, wars of religion ripped Europe apart.  At the end of the Enlightenment, the Napoleonic Wars spread across large parts of the globe.  The twentieth century was disfigured by seventy-five years of ferocious hot and cold world wars that began in Sarajevo on June 28, 1914, with a terrorist's assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife, Sophis, of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and did not end until the Berlin Wall fell on November 9, 1989.  Now, after a lull of fewer than twelve years, this hideous cycle may be starting agin. It is not enough to root hatred out of the caves of Afghanistan, we must root it out of the human mind. (Chapter 1, paragraphs 1&2)




And behold, one of them that were with Yahshua stretched out his hand, and drew his sword, and struck the servant of the high priest, and cut off his ear. Then says Yahshua to him, Put up again your sword into its place: for all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword. Matthew 26:51-52


And he will judge between many peoples, and will decide concerning strong nations afar off: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning-hooks; nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more. Micah 2:3



Hatred is not something new,  only confined to this era.  Hatred enfolds the entire history of the human race, beginning in Adam's era.  Cain literally hated his brother Abel enough to kill him. The first recorded murder in mankind's history.  What could Abel  have possibly done to earn Cain's hatred?  Why would a brother kill another brother?



In this the children of Yahweh are manifest, and the children of the devil: whoever does not righteousness is not of Yahweh, neither he that loves not his brother. For this is the message which you heard from the beginning, that we should love one another: not as Cain was of the evil one, and slew his brother. And why did he kill him? Because his works were evil, and his brother’s righteous. 1 John 3:10-12


Satan has entered into the minds of the human race from the beginning.  Turning Adam & Eve against Yahweh through dis-obedience.  Then turning Cain against Abel. In attempting to destroy the Messianic lineage, Satan effectively corrupted one descendant line from Adam, known as the Cain lineage.  The other line, Messiah's, continued down through time, but not without a struggle for survival.



In his book: Hatred, The Psychological Descent into Violence, by Willard Gaylin, M.D. The following is recorded:


The most evident aspect of hatred is the intense emotion that supports it.  Therefore, hatred historically was first studied by those interested in human nature and human conduct.  In the days before a field of inquiry called psychology existed, human emotion was the purview of philosophy.  To understand the influence of emotions on human conduct one turned to the likes of Plato, Aristotle, Bacon, Pascal, Hume, Rousseau, and William James.  They were the ones who dissected and examined the complex nature of emotions.

William James was a major transitional figure.  With James we see fusion of the traditional philosophical approach and the burgeoning new field of psychology, in which he was a pioneer. From its earliest days with Freud and Pavlov, psychology has brought a new illumination, a new emphasis, to the anaylsis of emotions by focusing on the internal psychology, the underlying physiology, and the interpersonal dynamics of the emotions.  The emotions are of particular importance when dealing with hatred.

To the average person, hatred is an intense feeling indistinguishable from rage, which it is, if one thinks of hatred only as an emotion.  But to leave it at that is to disregard the pecular complexity of hatred. Hatred is more than an emotion.  The Oxford English Dictionary gets it exactly right: "Hatred: The condition or state of relations in which one person hates another; the emotion or feeling of hate; active dislike, detestation; enmity, ill-will, malevolence."

This definition places a relationship at the heart of hatred. In this sense, the most precise comparison to hatred would be love. [Ibid. Chapter Two: Defining Hatred.]


The expression concering the fine line between love and hate comes to mind.  Why do we love? Why do we hate?  How can we love someone one minute, and despise them the next? (Emphasis Mine.)


Dr. Gaylin Continues:

Hatred can be best understood by exploring its three major components individually.

1. Haterd is clearly and most obviously an emotion, an intense emotion, that is, a passion.  To better understand hatred, it is helpful to have some sophisticated understanding of human emotions--the irrational underpinnings of human behavior and the darker side of the human spirit.


2. Hatred is more than an emotion.  It is also a psychological condition; a disorder of perception; a form of quasi-delusional thinking.  Therefore, to understand the condition of hatred, one must examine the meaning of the paranoid shift that is central to the thinking of a hating individual and a culture of hatred. This examination will lead us into the somewhat bizarre world of symptom formation.


3. Finally, hatred requires an attachment. Like love, it needs an object. The choice of an object--also like love--may be rational or irrational.  Obssevive hatred is by definition irrational.  The choice of the victim is more often dictated by the unconscious needs and the personal history of the hater than by nature, or even the actions, of the hatred.


With some understanding of these parts that add up to hatred, we can conceive how much more malignant is the sum of the parts. [Ibid pgs. 28-28]



"Then shall they deliver you up to tribulation, and shall kill you: and you shall be hated of all the nations for my name’s sake. And then shall many stumble, and shall deliver up one another, and shall hate one another. And many false prophets shall arise, and shall lead many astray. And because iniquity shall be multiplied, the love of the many shall wax cold." Matthew 24:9-11


Anger?  Hatred? No Love? Why? Because Satan has entered their minds. They become criminally minded in their thinking. Life means nothing to them or their selfish goals. Observe the following:


Exploring the Criminal Mind.


  Jens-Jacob Sander





It will definitely not be denied that anger is a universal emotion which forms mental states. Regarding criminals this emotion is covered by Yochelson and Samenow (1997 p. 268 ff.). They present anger as an emotion which always seems to be haunting the criminal mind, and often with unfortunate dramatic turns and consequences. Sharp (2000 p. 49) maintains that anger is a basic part of the criminal personality and its response to life.

Goleman takes a view of anger in one of its worst forms, rage, like this:

“Of all the moods that people want to escape, rage seems to be the most intransigent; tice found anger is the mood people are worst at controlling. Indeed, anger is the most seductive of the negative emotions …” (Goleman 1996 p. 59.)

The negative emotion, anger, appear to stem from the inner generator of consciousness. This is supported by dream research:

“… In humans, anxiety is the number-one dream emotion. Number two is elation, but third, and way ahead of everything that follows it, is anger. So, of the top three, two unpleasant emotions combined, anxiety and anger far outweigh the pleasant emotion of elation. ...” (Hobson 1999a, p. 182)

This appears fairly certain because during dreaming the informational source of the brain is tending to be entirely internal:

“… the sensory input level remains low compared with waking. This means that the information source is exclusively internal during dreaming, an experimental inference that is firmly supported by our subjective experience: dreams are not only caused by external stimuli, but represent them with difficulty – even if they are strong – and then, the external events are likely to cause awakening. Like the dreaming brain itself, dream consciousness is active, but almost entirely offline.” (Hobson 1999 p. 145.)

With this as a background we shall again turn to Yochelson and Samenow ibid.
Anger in the criminal mind will surface with other aspects and qualities compared to anger in the mind of responsible people. The intensity, strength and frequency of anger outlets from a criminal are of a nature that creates serious repercussions to him. Often it results in serious damages to others, and most unfortunately in many cases it also extends to death - homicide.

“...Anger, though pervasive in the criminal, is not always shown. The criminal is chronically angry - even as he walks down the street. Anger is a mental state that is sometimes expressed outwardly, but more often boils within. It is most dangerous when it is not on the surface. Anger is as basic to his personality as iris is to the eye.” (Yochelson and Samenow 1997 p. 268.)

Further, anger as a mental state spreads like cancer in the criminal. It sparks off with an isolated episode, spreading and spreading into a state of no perspective. The attitude or opinion of criminals in anger state is that nothing has value. There is no logical thinking in the criminal mind in this state. The door of the criminal’s mind is open to destructive thinking. A crime can result any time in this state.

The non-criminal mind in substates of adversities seems to display more differentiated and less extreme anger reactions compared to situations where a criminal finds himself in a state of anger. To the criminal it is as if his entire existence is in jeopardy. Everything is at stake. The likelihood of damages to life and property is imminent when the anger of a criminal is braking loose.

Upon comparing the anger of criminals with the anger of a responsible mind, we shall in the criminal see a durable or lasting anger during waking.
This too may support the suggestion that anger in the criminal does not stem from outer circumstances. On the basis of the suggestion and the preceding observations, we should be in position to record anger in the criminal mind as stemming from the non-conscious spilling over to the inner consciousness - that is the consciousness of the brains inner generated mental data. This form of brain state is similar to the fear state.

Our task of placing anger in the brain-mind space cube related to the I-function, the modulation function and activity function of a criminal in the state of anger, still remains. But doing so will almost result in a carbon copy of what we did relating to fear previously. Some modifications may however apply,
as surfacing anger in criminals often leads to aggression directed outwards, for example through extreme motor action, and extreme verbal and mental action meshed together resulting in e.g. rage. Therefore we should expect increased brain-mind activity. Depending upon this the combined brain-mind function of a criminal acting out his anger should be indicated with a higher activity function compared to a fearful state of a passive criminal.

Exploring the Criminal Mind.
Copyright © Jens-Jacob Sander, 2003. All rights reserved worldwide.


 Hold not thy peace, O Elohim of my praise;
 For the mouth of the wicked and the mouth of deceit have they opened against me:
They have spoken to me with a lying tongue.
 They have compassed me about also with words of hatred,
And fought against me without a cause.
 For my love they are my adversaries:
But I give myself to prayer.
 And they have rewarded me evil for good,
And hatred for my love. Psalm 109:1-5


This is a prophecy of Yahshua the Messiah. Was Yahshua hated? Did they fight against him without cause?  Did Yahshua the Messiah receive evil for the good he did for the human race? Yes, to every one of these questions. I did not have too much to say in part one.  I wanted you to read what the experts know concerning this emotion.  Hatred not only kills others, but, hatred also will kill the hater.  If your heart is filled with hatred towards others of the human race, how long will it be befrore you have some debilitative disease?  Could you also be subject to cancer? Heart disease? Heart failure? Or perhaps some other tragic health problem associated with the killing emotion!  Mental disease can also be attributed to hatred in many cases!


In part two we will examine the passive-aggressive behavior pattern for more clues to the psychology/personality of the human race. Why do some humans remain balanced while others lose their faculties?  Hate Kills!  Love on the other hand...


Hatred, The Killing Emotion Part Two


Yours in Messiah, Hawke



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