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 A Life Lesson for the smart

“Arrogance is in the West, the devil’s workshop” 

A Javanese proverb says:

 “Never be surprised when the truth comes to where you never expected it and do not expect that the truth will be fun.”



Thus says the doctrine of Vishnuh:

 “Modesty adorns every man, but “arrogance” does the right-minded fellows just some trauma that can work against the arrogant man.”







With our grandson, Lancar we have earlier in Suriname laughed a lot. For this one time … when three in Holland-born Surinamese were on holiday in Suriname, they came to Bigi Poika (a place in the interior). Here they have hired a forest Creole as a hunting companion, but these tourists would have no weapons.

 They found that all unnecessary and gloried having the jungle knowledge because they have studied in Holland. The Agroforestry creole kept his mouth shut and took them deep into the forest until one of the three scholars suddenly exclaimed, “Look, there’s a cat walking! We are going to pet him!” 

 In no time they were admiring the beautiful shiny black cat. The guide had warned them beforehand that they should stay on the path that he had cut open with his machete and explicitly told them not to deviate from it because of invisible dangers.

… When at some point this native guide turned behind him at the sound of a suspicious sound and saw the plump scene, the problem had already happened. Before he could warn someone of the imminent danger, he heard an evil soft growl up close.

 … Without thinking for a moment, the guide chose the hare’s path and left the arrogant gang, the crooked “R” speaking Surinamese Dutch, where they were. The Bush Negro assumed that those stubborn learned gentlemen in the diaspora had their own theory for their cuddly behavior.

… After all, they have studied in Europe and because of their cleverness, they are probably able to save themselves? In any case, the guide did not wait for that and immediately followed his survival instinct as a precaution.

… So, he immediately started running. (A man tek futu!)

 With great haste, the bush negro moved and jumped through the dense forest, knowing that if he remained where he was, he would certainly be surrendered to the arbitrariness of the four-legged death. The Tigress was lurking somewhere behind a tree and will at any moment plunge and strike the invaders on her territory.

 Halfway through the flight, the guide stopped, and as he turned, he heard Mother Panther’s savage snarl from afar, and at the same time above the terrifying screams of those tourists. Their cries of death went through the bone. The maroon which dazzled somewhat on the used complex terminologies throughout the journey by his former clients thought;

“I’m so glad I’m not a keen student, and especially studying in Holland is not a wise idea else was the same thing happen to me now and luckily I have asked those smart professors for payment in advance otherwise I should have fished behind the net.”




… Exhausted and panting, the woodland creole walked into his village and told his fellow villagers in their own language.

… Loosely translated; “Those highly educated tourists have stroked a cub of a panther, but to hear their wailing, the mother cat has not appreciated their pawing and has bruised them terribly. She is going to eat those tourists, and, oh what could those guys scream!

 “What was actually said by the guide: Den koni buwiki fu baka kondwe, fasi wan pikin tigi. Fa den kwe mi bwibi ma tigwi kot den skin, na tigi nyan patu. Den baka buwiki fu baka kondwe bin bawi nanga den tongo sote, te mi kon fede. 

Almost Literally translated; The smart asses from the land of whites (Holland) have touched a little tiger. At their cries, I believed that mother tiger has mauled their body, it is her dinner pot. Those black asses out of the land of the whites shouted a lot with their tongues, I was even afraid of.”

  …. When we heard his story, we laughed, and appetizing tears shots from our eyes without even feeling an ounce of compassion for those unfortunate omniscient tourists. We lived at the time near the village and have earlier in the day warned those tore professors about the dangers of the jungle. 

They were mad at us after we refused them access to our village because we are not served by prying eyes. It was close to whether these tourists in the diaspora had their brutal insistence taste the sharpness of our klewangs (machetes), but our black Jaguar took their brutality for its own account. That was their comeuppance of arrogance, haughtiness, and thoughtlessness! They were omniscient and came from Holland.

They did not believe us when we told them on the basis of charity that a black female panther with young cubs walked in the jungle that would nothing and nobody brook in its environment.

Unfortunately for the nerds they were unruly and omniscient and in addition would not listen to good advice.

 But the surrounding jungle dwellers saw in this unfortunate incident once again their superstitions supported, that the tourists were taken by forest spirits.”


By the Vishnuh-Society 





 At a time when we were busy at midnight with the collecting of food and goods that were earlier in the day laid out under a big kankantrie tree for the ghosts by a local shaman and his client, we talked with laughter, when the neighboring obiaman with two helpers are just in the middle of the night came by at the conscious Kankantrie tree to catch up his loot.

 … Our grandson Lancar (R.R.Purperhart) was only 9 years old and he was there, and he put all the money in his pockets were in an earthen pot among others half cents, two cents, halfpennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters, which we then spend all sorts of school supplies for him and treat as soon as we were in the city of Paramaribo for our monthly purchases.

 When our lookout reported that people arrived, three men, we immediately came up with a funny plan to scare them. Indeed, we heard people running and hiding in the bushes. We were covered in black so we are difficult to distinguish in the dark.

 When the native visitors were closer we made a *Yorka-like sound, that is simply a boe-sound.” Those men suddenly stood motionless with fear and at the same time, we’re in our group heard a suppressed chuckle from some members who could hardly contain their laughter. One of us gestured for them to be quiet so that they curb their laughter muscles for a while, otherwise, the fun will go off, then it is no longer fun.

… Once again one of us repeated an elongated boo sound to get goosebumps, and suddenly … if it had been a running race, that witch doctor, also called bonuman, sabiman, or duman, would be a candidate for the 1st prize. He dashed his two disciples zoeffff over and screamed out in fear and his helpers are back as if the devil was sitting on their heels.

 While those three indigenous heroes hurriedly ran away, our grandson Lancar called in his childish innocence with his loud childish voice spontaneously “hello sir you have leave your slippers.”

 And we howled with laughter and we all got a coughing fit from laughing. That native wizard and his disciples were terrified of the spirits.

… That was a good laugh. It must have sounded very scary for those three present nocturnal visitors to hear a child’s voice at midnight at their sacred tree of a Dutch-speaking children’s spirit!

 Fair is fair, we have always enjoyed under some Kankantrie trees, especially here in our neighborhood. It surprised us again and again with the multitude of delicacies that were there for the taking. All cooked delicious Surinamese dishes and foods made from cassava, rice, and meat, all neatly stored in tightly capped and earthen pots and gourds or bound together in banana leaves.

 The women in our community were always delighted when we fully loaded our donkey cart with all kinds of goodies and came back to our village.  It also saved them a lot of cooking jobs and it is indeed very tasty when someone else has cooked.

There was also plenty of drinking such as whiskeys including Black Cat, White Horse, Johnnie Walker, orgeat syrup, and rum. We were stoned, we all have our tastes.

 (Ai wi nyan sopi yere! Wi bin drungu yere sisa! En un Sibin yere brada! = Surinam for! We boozed! We were drunk sister! We had a nice greedy dinner brother!)

  So we always make good use of the superstitions of the people to somewhat facilitate our lives in Suriname and to sweeten. What we can also indicate is that the meals were really carefully and hygienically prepared by the Surinamese spirit worshipers or their clientele.

 … These so-called reconciliation dishes highlight the daily diet of the people involved, mainly from the local Indian people and the communities of blacks among others Maroons and City Creoles (who mockingly Djoeka mentioned in the Surinamese parlance), which under the Kankantrie trees and so-called holy places frequently resign edible food for their ancestral spirits that should bring them happiness …




 But dissociated from the indigenous peoples, one should not mistake the Hindu and Javanese communities in Suriname. These immigrants from Indonesia and India as indentured laborers populated Suriname in the 19th century, they are experts in their guna-guna and unsavory practices of black magic.

You could almost say because of their seemingly quiet nature, but the latter nations are true experts in the field of mediums and superstition, and above all, masters of stupidity and thoughtlessness.

 In short, the vast majority of the Surinamese residents are more faithful than the pope.

One need only let out a fart and voila, it has therefore already prepared a ridiculous statement like this even if it is printed for centuries, as the idiotic statements contained in the Bible, the Koran, and the Bhagavad-Gita. 

 … And the edible food, as well as the added useful items that are placed at the foot of the sacred kankantrie trees by the forest Creoles and Indians, are intended to charm their ancestors with it so that they can make their wishes come true or make the desire come true by the deceased. Whether the aforementioned rituals to obtain prosperity and revenge have worked so far is very unclear.

… As we have seen were/ are their alleged contacts with the deceased are complete nonsense and sorcery only major hogwash. To think of themselves through their own imaginations credulity.

 Originally we are also ghosthunters, but our ancestors nor we have ever seen a ghost or something of that nature, as it would be actually very good for us if we could settle, as alternation with evil spirits. Namely the Apuku’s, Busi-Yorkas, Bakroes, the Assimas, the Kromanti Winti’s, and other dubious insane ghost phenomena of the spirit world, who are in the Surinam people’s commonwealth and live in the heads of the superstitions or lovers of faith.

 What we do know is that members of our village were/are the real ghosts. We have enjoyed ourselves a lot together and ate our fill on behalf of the parents of those involved. And until now we have been regularly the spirits of sacred trees, and also when it comes to us well.

 It is a shame to let spoil all the food under the trees, that always were deposited by superstitious countrymen, native magicians, and their traumatized victims mentioned for bad spirits. Someone has to consume the food anyway, but not by ghosts, because ghosts do not eat, and those who are no longer alive cannot eat.

We find carelessly throwing away food, in general, is not neat and consider this form of food waste as irresponsible superstitious behavior. As we know and have often seen how the process from preparation to cooking and preservation of the food for the spirits to pass through the superstitious, it was no problem to put this food edible to eat for us.

 It was time again for our big party after visiting such a “sacred tree” as the poor superstitious Suriname wretches pronounce these Kankantrie trees. Most of these spirit worshipers were/are very poor people who barely had anything to eat for themselves and were often made to pay debts by their superstitious behavior. 

 Partly because of this, these superstitious fellow nationals became increasingly poor and retained no prospect of a good and peaceful life. This is still the case today.

 … But we of the Vishnuh-Society just love the stupid and still happily roam all the sacred trees.




  Because of this God-related superstition of the lion’s share of the Surinamese population, including the credulity of the natives, we can therefore not take them seriously nor ever be friends with these people, then just limit our relationship to give and take.

 … We live our lives and deal with everyone with whom we can trade. We do not go any further, nor do we interfere with their way of life, since we know from experience that people who believe in and live by a God and all kinds of questionable spirits and senseless things are usually insidious, evil, and unreliable like the plague.

 The false religious behavior does not only apply to our pious Surinamese compatriots, but this unsteady hypocritical behavior in people is clearly visible worldwide.

… Dealing with people like this is tiring; Things are going well for a while at first, but after just a few months, unpleasant things suddenly start to appear in their way of human behavior that in no way can be classified as reasonableness and fairness. And it all comes from people we think have befriended and share a country and world together. 

 But, once you pull the conclusion friendship with hypocritical and gullible people is an illusion, because they not only believe in God but also in the craziest things “god impossible.”

 In our view, the majority of the population is uncomfortable disturbed. This is the result of centuries of oppression and hegemonic belief by their colonial rulers. This faith sustained trauma later after the abolition of slavery by hypocritical slave children (descendants) and heels-licking other species continued as the modern solution for the Surinamese land and people.

 Everyone needs to know for himself and lead his own life, and as long as we are left alone, no one has to fear anything from us.




 We are members of an order of non-religious citizens of the world and do not consider ourselves as individuals but as part of a group of earthlings. And if it can not be otherwise we are willing to engage in self-sacrifice, but as the group benefits. For our brothers and sisters, we do it with pleasure.

This is, of course, for outsiders, not fine, but they should also, with their hands, stay away from the other. We are a large group of people with a sense of responsibility for our community, and for all ages. Therefore we let us not be cowed by no mortal either by government or authority.

 Our ancestors had suffered together in times gone by, and the next generations also. They were cautious about taking innocent lives, and the current generation is in their footsteps, and thus will never hurt innocent lives, mentally nor physically for what others have done wrong. But whoever is guilty of a crime against one of us will be fined personally, and not his friend, neighbor, or relative.

So, not as believers usually do, if they can not get the right person, they take their friend or another member of the family. That’s why we like to erase our individual interests against the interest of the group. This is because we Vishnuïsts are connected to each other, and by our joint suffering, more than related to each other.

 The Vishnuh-Society will always be ready for self-protection, and pulling in danger to battle against the common enemy, which is hidden in the malicious, gullible, religious, and conceited humanity.

 Our ancestors are our noble examples, which at times have sacrificed themselves so that the group could continue to live in peace or could flee safely to preserve life. This is the noble pursuit of a Vishnuïst so that our groups can live worldwide in all environmental conditions and as traditionally our common enemy with big steps ahead. 

 We Vishnuïsts, are self-sacrificial and will forever remain so, and those who have not learned the lesson of life will eventually die out. No way for us is too long and no mountain too high, for who deserved punishment, will pay before his grave. 





 Nowadays still regularly Winti and other forest rituals are held in eccentric places inside and outside the home of the superstitious Surinamese people. This, for Surinamese holy places, we have carefully mapped out so that each of us knows how to find the way to the Sacred trees and sacred places with ease…

 …   Although this kind of spirit worship ritual is at the moment much less than before, we think it is very unfortunate, especially considering the fact that we have good benefits from it. Consequently, we are certainly not in favor of abolishing this part of the country’s folk culture and seeing this end, so that the people of Suriname do not lose their superstitions in this area of the emerging sobriety of the young generation Surinamese.

 But time stands still for no one. We also held our place in it and make the pass for new developments. On the one hand, we applaud all the enthusiasm for progress, although otherwise our “food trees” now yield less food than was previously the case.

Until the 70s it was for us a pretty good time, and we desire almost everything still a bite of it! 




* What is a Yorka? 

 In the winti culture of the Christianized creole or Ndjuka (read djoeka) community of Suriname, the spirit of a deceased person is called “yorka”.

 Throughout history, many liberated slave nations during and after the abolition of slavery have flung their own religion (Winti religion) on the basis of existing fables, fairy tales, and strange religions. They have scooped up the Bible in their dreams, so they mastered the example of the Church and created their own religion.


What or Who is a Djoeka? 


… The word “Ndjuka” was originally a term of abuse, which in Suriname originated during slavery and means “Jews Shit” Ndju = Jew, derived from the English “Jew” and “Ka” is Surinamese for “shit” (derived from the Dutch word “kak”). 

 So the Negro population of Suriname was then called “Jewish poop” by their cruel white Christian masters because these Negroid people were often used in the slave period for the removal and emptying of the shit tons of the Jews and other white colonialists. This was quite pathetic and degrading for the parents who have had to deal with this.

… Unfortunately, the term Djuka has nowadays become a standard Surinamese swear word, because the modern descendants of these former negroes scold each other for Ndjuka and -or humiliation of others of their own kind. This curse word currently used by the Surinamese people, which has its origins in the slave era, is nowadays experienced as normal by the Surinamese community, in the broadest sense of the word.


What is the difference between a Creole, Forest Creole, 

and Bush Negro?


… A Creole is a mixture of c.q. a descendant of a white father and a black mother. This breed originated from the earliest days of slavery in which men and women were separated and mutually could not have intercourse unless the master needed new slaves; the strongest negroes were then used as sires.

But for the rest, only the white masters were allowed to have intercourse with their female slaves. And so these black women were raped at will for centuries by their white masters before the male black slaves were given general permission to reproduce with their own kind.

 These children as a descendant of the white fathers were not recognized by their causative agents, but they had over other slaves a better life. To this end, they lived in the yard near the house of their boss and got jobs as domestic servants, coachmen, and foremen.

The latter eagerly wielded the whip against the unfortunate slaves who were forced to work in the vegetable gardens and plantations. Furthermore, these Creoles in particular have played a major role in the cruel sentences of imprisoned runaway male and female slaves. 

Especially the female slaves had the most suffered of these creoles, who were ordained by their white fathers as stallions. And the black women had to do this, or by voluntary surrender or cruel rape under extra-proportional violence by their creole rapists. And their masters, who stood there, watched whether their human abusive instructions were properly executed by their bastard sons.

 But despite their vantage point, the Creoles were considered dirty bastards and as despicable scum by white domination. Most of these urban Creoles felt superior to the slaves, they were after all their executioners. In addition, they did everything to favor their master; this “makes white feet” distracted.

These Creoles told everything that was wrong in their eyes to their white masters, who was also their father. Also, they often lied about everything and regularly made false allegations against the slaves to get more respect and were as corrupt as their masters as well.

  And when the colonies became independent, most people of Suriname were again faced with a dictatorial and corrupt regime and large classes differences, where a small group of very wealthy advantaged (immigrants) and descendants of the whites (the city Creoles), rule over a very large group of people who can hardly meet the basic necessities of life. Namely, their Heads of Government have been copied from the colonialists and unfortunately also inherited their bad manners.

 And a Bush Negro another hand can consider himself as a direct descendant of runaway slaves, the Maroons. A large part of these progenies was transferred to Catholicism after the abolition of slavery and saw the collaboration and mingling with the city Creoles as a solution to their isolated and impoverished existence. Herewith is the era ushered in a new hybrid race – Bush Negro mix with the City Creole. For example, the Bush Creole arose.

… Nowadays, forestland creoles are recognizable by the chain on their neck with a big or small cross, mostly young people who are badly affected by their elders and continue the tradition of ancestral betrayal from ignorance and thus continue to spread the divine devil in their ranks that In the future, will make more victims among their offspring, so that the biblical curse remains as a never-ending disease. So unscrupulous!

 Thus, this new type of people, “the Bush Creoles’, residences situated near the inhabited world, and is then absorbed into the colonial system to get better from there. To this end, they have moved gradually fellow peers to theistic beliefs, customs, and traditions of their ancestral murderers and encouraged mingling with the Creole community.

It is therefore not surprising that most of these bootlickers have a church in the middle of their community in the forest and their lifestyle, customs, and ancestral customs are blended with white customs and habits.

 This development, above human types and their behavior is in antithesis to the deep-in-the-jungle withdrawn Maroons as pure descendants of runaway slaves, who never is associated with the Creole or the white community, nor with their religion or with the colonial system.

This group is still alive as old with their ancestral values deep in the interior of Suriname and Brazil. Although in the past century, these black natives have had contact with the outside world for various reasons, they are still their ancestral way of life remained faithful.

These are the real Bush Negros, the Maroons, who may rightly regard as originating from the runaway slaves, which their ancestors, deep in the jungle, have created their own language with what they have managed to maintain during the initial period of their fatherland, and is blended with the colonial influences of that time.

 Although most Bush Creoles and City Creoles are carbon black, black, dark brown, or light brown, they have more or less white blood flowing in their veins.

 It is no wonder that a large part of the forest and City Creoles has the medieval Dutch lifestyle and behavior, among others; they do not take it so closely with cleanliness, even though there is plenty of water; they usually stingy towards their own kind, but to outsiders, they are generous, helpful and good-natured. 

In addition, they prefer the exploitation of their own species, and rather make them crawl wherever possible, but towards others who do not deserve they are good and caring. Furthermore, they are awkward and thinking, knowing much better than the other. Furthermore, they have a morbid tendency to betray others locally and are as hypocritical as hell.

 … And the sad thing about all this is the invisible twist in their brain because they have inner glowing hate for white people, but when they confront whites, they show the “white fear”; This is submission and slimy behavior toward whites. They are so downright hypocritical, just as the white majority is shod in the Western world. 

Apart from the fact that they are diligently adhere to the white religion and even more religious than the Pope because they adore the religious teachings of the murderers of their ancestors as if it is theirs, they are somewhere totally convinced that they are white, despite their black/ brown color. The latter can be deduced from their behavior and their way of thinking and acting.

 This nation of slaves has her new religion laced with the already existing stories of her former masters, and it completed with its own fish tale, and then whatever they found the useful cast for her new religion in a headstrong African-Surinamese jacket.

 And this new self-created Winti religion today is still supplemented with various items by so-called shamans ie witchdoctors, wearing a variance of fanciful professional titles including Obiaman, Bonuman, Duman, lukuman, piyai Inghi, Wisiman, etc.

 So the Surinamese Winti culture, nowadays known as the “Afro-Surinamese religion” is a hodgepodge about anything that fits within the sphere of influence of this nation.

 Even though this traumatized Surinamese Negroid people believed holy in her fanciful ancestral tradition that for a tiny insignificant little relation to reality, including that her ancestors come from Africa so it should all be said and that her woven together religion, winti- religion, in essence, is generated largely from third parties, and in particular of the settlers. This is no wonder, as unfortunately from their former colonial masters they got it in the neck.

 The word “Winti” is derived from the “Hollandsche wind” (note, spelling ne 1914), later this term in the Surinamese popularly known as spirit or woodland or nature spirit. Later this originally Dutch word has taken on a life of its own in the Surinam language, rituals, prayers, and customs.

  The Surinamese Maroons and the Creole population have gradually Surinamese history all figured together for their winti religion. Here are the Surinamese thus gradually developed all sorts of theories and rituals, as coming from their African ancestors, while the majority of the Surinamese Winti civilization and exorcism culture is fictitious according to biblical rituals and prayers, on pure superstition and a large dose of primitive idiocy.

 The Winti theories are ridiculous in one word, and the spirit tales that are incorporated may be laughable. This does not mean that this part of the Surinamese black people is not very resourceful and creative. Although it’s all bullshit is what asserts the Surinamese people around her Winti pursuits and Winti religion, that largely primitive and own refounded imitation of the religious culture of their former colonial masters, it is still very entertaining to this to be recalled.  

 In our eyes are the most hilarious and comical, but admirable performances to see how these Christianized Surinamese superstitious negro population, do through dance, song, and variety hastily assembled primitive antics their utmost to make its cultural inventions and winti religion believable, which she has already set put in book form and fully completed by a winti dictionary…


Obia show 1





The preparation:

Before a medicine man begins his obia off winti show, he usually pours himself first secretly completely full of alcoholic drinks including whiskey, casiri, or home-brewed beer.

So these medicine men have their fellow villagers also learn to booze with time. It is within the Surinamese community known that most of the witchdoctors eagerly feast on hallucinogenic plants (Marihuana c.q. Cannabis Sativa) and mushrooms (fungi). Furthermore, they all have their own fanciful obia rituals and attributes.

… And once they are drunk and in a daze or stoned, they very quickly speak or mumble their made-up spells in completely unintelligible gibberish (their so-called Kromanti = wizard language) actually just drunken language, but in the Surinamese or what passes for their feelings as ancestral negro language.

 Usually, witch doctors do not even know what they are spouting in the round ie spouting in their drunkenness, but explain their Kromanti language, nor do they do so. Their customary interpretation is, that it is the language of ancestral spirits.

And questions like; what kind of spirits speak the Kromanti-language, what are they exactly where, do these spirits live, and where is the spirit world located? These and other questions apply to these witch doctors as standard; “Goodness only knows!”

 And for the benefit of their rituals, they always become brutally wild and overconfident in their dance improvisation. They stomp their feet against the ground very hard and they jump around like crazy. They also feel less or no pain from burns and other physical injuries they sustain and inflict themselves with blunt machetes or other self-prepared cutting objects and spines during their idiotic antics.

 Some witch doctors die within a reasonable time after they have consumed during a bonuman show in their toughness pieces of glass. In the forest walk no surgeons around who can quickly perform an operation. By the time a patient reaches this town is long deceased from his injuries. Own fault.

 And applies to all, also in this case; “The lame horse only comes back.” Only when a witch doctor to sober up, he feels the pain and takes care of his wounds. But other people do not see, because the witch doctors keep their injuries jealously secret, because imagine if we found out that one is fooled by someone who calls himself for his daily bread obiaman, this shaman may have forgotten all future practices. The Bonuman, Duman whether the Du-woman would then have no revenue and no one would be more to worry about such bonu- professional.  

… All the above elements are the prerequisite for an impressive performance full of madness and folly. Although the majority of the obia masters rub themselves in advance with a resinous substance, which after drying as a kind of hard plastic protects the body and the soles of the feet in order to prevent serious physical injuries, their dance performance often ends in physical injuries because they often exaggerate and show cock behavior during their obia show and thereby damage the resin layer, which they had applied to the body beforehand for their purposes. 

 … And in order to camouflage the resin layer, the places on the body, which are provided with a resin layer, are usually covered with a layer of powder that remains adhering to the resin layer.

 This self-prepared powder also ensures that the blood caused by damage to the skin or the body coagulates and thus makes the wound invisible. “It is unlikely, but some big-talking insiders have claimed that there are also obia men whose soles of the feet are covered with a thick callus, which, in other words,
painlessly, like the hooves of a horse can be shoed by a farrier.

… Whether the latter is true, we can not agree, because none of our society ever has seen a man with such a thick stratum corneum under his feet, similar to that of a horse, as is claimed in the Surinamese interior by Obia fanatics.” 

Thorns, glass shards, and the like will always remain on the skin during the obia show of the forest magician, and they will be removed only after the show is over, otherwise, the audience will see that it’s all fake and the so-called magic masters by their spirit show no be immune, but just could be injured and bleeding like a slaughtered ox.

… Furthermore, it is all instructive, fun, and comical to watch, and laughter is healthy. The latter is especially the case when one sees a bonuman spirit expeller, who is a specialist among the specialists, expelling the evil spirits of his gullible client.

… And this expulsion of the devil always happens under the watchful eye of a skilled, cold-blooded, and dedicated female assistant, who must ensure that the exorcist ritual is properly performed by the attending physician. It turned out that in the following video, the patient, unfortunately, did not survive the bonu treatment by the experienced naturopath (bonuman). 


See the movie about this.




 ..As you have seen, it Is very barbaric, cruel, and very painful, often clients of such specialists are killed by the treatment. When a client dies during an exorcism is true then the statement “the evil spirits were driven out of the man, but he/she has unfortunately not stood the exorcism and therefore gave up the ghost (so died).” It is in these parts quite normal, and in Suriname, no one looks here on.

 What also makes me always amazed at an obia show is the imperturbability of the bystanders, who go so deadly serious in this superstitious spectacle and conduct themselves accordingly.


See Obia show 2




I have earlier, more often wondered about whether we were the only ones who are so skeptical about this kind of thing. Fortunately, this is no longer the case. Today it is quite clear to me that there are a lot of people in the world in all languages, races, and nations who think, live, and feel just like us (or Vishnuh-Society.)

 I once attended an obia show in the company of a group of vishnuïsts. During the show came all those Negroes performed so overwhelming to me that I still wanted to know the details of it and asked an experienced-looking Obiaman who was armed with a machete in his hand ran growling past us, to grind his machete for him and I can deal with it to attack him so one can see that the spirits where he campaigned for would indeed protect him when in reality would be hacked at him.

 … If it is true that these obia negroes by whom winti and obia spirits are immune against, including bullets, bows, and against all kinds of objections and insert objects – and firearms, we would irrevocably us diligently engage in obia and winti spirits. They can be useful in a fight regarding inviolability.

 … However, the bonuman could visibly not appreciate my suggestion and remark, he did not argue, but allowed me a penetrating look and walked suddenly pissed off, knowing that if he would say something hateful to one of us death would look him straight in the eye.

 … The Vishnuh-Society is basically not joking with this kind of disturbed local residents. When the relevant Bonuman at that time observed my group, he immediately understood that my question, not as a joke was intended, but serious.

 The Maroons are bloodthirsty, robust, strong, and resentful. These are the main reasons why the vishnuh-society does not take half-measures if they disagree with these people but immediately attack at the slightest sign of danger so that the enemy has no opportunity later to take revenge.

 … The Vishnuh-Society acts, according to its sense of belonging and unity with nature, are so hard but fair to all and every living being. Also, “we” have the right as everyone else to be allowed to live on this earth in the line of our ancestors so that we freely and without having to look back to go quietly on with our daily lives and social activities.

 In the interior of the Amazon one only knows the laws of nature, they are dying or surviving. Except for the friendly tribes and stray nomads who live there and wander, “watch out” for every jungle dweller the best counselor also always takes caution with whom one maintenance contacts, because in this abandoned forest area is no better law enforcement than you and the community in which one lives.

 Each time it is found that by her idiotic superstition, these native people react very unexpectedly, and in our experience, they are also not completely reliable in dealing with fellow jungle dwellers. It is at these natives not easy to discover when they feel okay and if it is a joke because they normally come back to a quarrel when one thinks that it has long been finished.

 It is socially responsible to be boldly and definitively towards everyone in the jungle in order to protect their own community against unpredictable jungle residents. Most are in our opinion just insane in their living behavior and those who want to live in between and do not want to be scared must be crazier than they are.


Thus says the doctrine of Vishnuh:

“Man is the biggest and most dangerous predator, who walks on this earth.”


 To return to my story; the witch doctor, with whom I had spoken about my proposal on the truth of his obia spirits that supposedly could make him immune to pain and injury on the body, realized immediately who he was dealing with.

  According to urban insiders, it is rustic and cozy in the deep interior, where one has to rely mainly on their own, while the reality is poignant, bitter, and unfriendly.

  The Vishnuh-Society always stands up for its members and its opinion, and if danger threatens her she acts appropriately and ruthlessly to survive life. In order to survive in the jungle, the following elements together form the law of survival, which the Society and its members traditionally use against fellow jungle dwellers, which includes;-

a. – Arguing is always allowed because a debate is everybody’s fundamental right;

b. – Talking and cursing does not hurt;
c. – But keep all your hands off us, for who raises his hand to the physical humiliation of the other, giving up his own life through the gesture.

 Fighting we do only in private life, but only to control our animal movements and fighting techniques found in our survival doctrine.

We do not hit each other because beating is a sign of disrespect, but we practice with each other and outside our habitat, we practice for self-defense Pencak-Silat warfare.

And Pencak-Silat is designed for the battlefields, for a fight to the death.

This combat doctrine for us is the ultimate way to ensure our safety in traffic with our whimsical fellow neighbors in the forest.

 We also meet regularly incidents that right-minded people would belong to pity, but that were not worth the effort to deal with it. This is because human suffering is difficult to penetrate into their brains due to the thinking of the perpetrator (s) and bearers of ancestor worship. In other words, the porters, these are the victims, would rather be beaten to death and raped at will than let it realize that they are actually being severely physically and mentally abused by the perpetrators, these are the so-called wise men/women of the village, village chief, obiaman and fortune-teller.

… Both parties are convinced that only by applying the procedure and the remedy of their ancestors will they recover physically and mentally from their supposed possession or questionable illness. It is sad, but this is still the case today.

 People who have been brought up with superstitions are not changing and are unreliable. And whom with what good intentions whatsoever to help victims out of their misery, or thinks he can interfere in their ancestral barbarous people use, the risk of being regarded as an evildoer, and will surely be punished by death.

 The Vishnuh-Society is basically helpful, but what use is it to provide assistance to other people who do not wish to be helped? The Vishnuh-Society has no guilt for it, so she has no reason to be afraid of something or someone. And because there is little to do in the jungle around us, we’d invite ourselves when another barbaric opportunity arises in our welcoming bush neighbors, which we view as a welcome addition and a funny experience in our jungle existence.

And we always look with full interest and amusingly at the bonu activities of our Negro neighbors, where, despite their hospitality, we sometimes get the feeling that they actually prefer to see us go rather than come.

… The fact that during their séances we regularly get the convulsions with laughter because of their, for us comical healing method, these bushland creoles have clearly never bothered.

 They stoically do what they should do for their healing procedure on the patient if it is a delight. The Vishnuh-Society is known as a cheerful community so no one is offended by the laughter of its members, which is very intense as the expression of the repressed pain of the victim during his treatment can be clearly seen on his face.

 These negroes remain serious in their carnage, it is quite normal. And after their remarkable bonus-therapeutics, the victim and attending physician always get a well-deserved standing ovation from our community, to which they never responded, not even a sign of thanks.

And every time we return look to this, we declare that we do not feel offended about their ingratitude because we certainly have had a lovely afternoon and for the record, the show master and his bruised and beaten victim thanks for the obia performance.

 … Again the Vishnuh-Society does not laugh at people. People laugh mockingly involving oblique ulterior. No one is more or less than you and it’s not nice and neat to laugh at people.

People also mocking laugh was nasty but smile at is healthy and contains positivity and sympathy for others and his thing, and therefore humanly allowed. One should never make fun of people for their use or whatever, but smiling at people is a sign of sympathy and social understanding.

Therefore, we can laugh freely to all, without cherishing evil intentions toward others, not even for his use, habits, and customs. Well, believers are “crazy guys”, and perhaps, they think the same of us! 

From Generation to Generation

 The first generation of African ancestors hundreds of years ago were brought to land by colonialists in Suriname and elsewhere in South America and were the pioneers of blacks, who were forced by various forms of human rights violations by the pious world domination to put on sackcloth.

 These Negro slaves, who at the African coast were sold by their African brothers to white traffickers had in the country where they were brought ashore, no alternative but to find their own way, by fleeing from their evil Christian masters or by becoming vested and dying in their miserable fate.

These black people were the first Surinamese people of African descent, particularly the “past glory”, which literally had to endure all hardships and whose blood flowed copiously in Suriname, and all this against their will.

 … And the current hopeless remnants of slavery, which at this time, arbitrarily call themselves Surinamese now wander still around in a haze of folly, based on the ignorance of the fourth-generation ancestor, with the result that their progenies are repeating cases and threaten to get stuck here.

Here they will linger as long as there indeed from among them no attempt is made to improve their position and realize that they are sinking deeper and deeper into their own shit in spite of their many prayers and religious fanaticism, thanks to God.

 This religious tradition of the current Surinamese people is not straight from the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd generation ancestors, but today’s religious tradition by Surinamese is left as a legacy of their colonial past, especially of the fourth-generation Christianized ancestors.

 This 4th generation, unconsciously or consciously for personal interest, has not learned from the past, being absorbed in the Catholicism and colonial policies of their former oppressors. 

… This 4th generation has raised its offspring with that religious nonsense, which has passed on this bad upbringing and religious trauma to their offspring, as a result of which the Surinamese negro population in the present is stuck with the past and has therefore remained backward and traumatized up to now.

 Unfortunately also the progeny of the original inhabitants of Suriname, the Indians, have not escaped colonialism and Catholicism. Later immigrants as a farmhand brought their own religious idiocy to Suriname, Hinduism, and Islam, and permanently settled, which are absorbed by colonialism, and gradually their former evil given its own form, so that the Surinamese, in general, has become a nation governed by all kinds of traumas and which most cannot wake up because of pressure from their immediate environment, most of which deliberately does not want to wake up out of laziness and personal interest. 

 … And despite the few opportunities they are offered by the society in which they live in order to develop further socially, most vestiges of slavery have unfortunately little or no enthusiasm to learn more, because the majority spins nowadays aimlessly in their own circle in which “progress” and “forward-thinking” are still taboo and where unfortunately their progenies could possibly be penalized if they do not use their minds in the future, but end up in the same rapids their ignorant educators also have befallen. ….



… “Pain” means for countless indigenous peoples in general, a traditional phenomenon of childhood is cast in person. They are not aware of the present sadomasochism in their ranks.

 Regarding religious experience and ancestor worship can Sadomasochism by many indigenous peoples is taken into account as a result of the impaired development of human interiority, originated in an educational infant stage, used by ancestral, tribal traditions and habits within their own culture.

 … Because every human being carries within itself the tendency to submission and tends to dominance, sadomasochistic behavior is the cultivation of these primal urges.

 … “Feel comfortable” when receiving pain and torture, so sadomasochism is not genetically determined and should not be regarded as a kind of disease that is curable because accepting pain perception within the circle is incarnate in the culture, in the humans, and the environment in which one lives. 

 Think for example of prayer rites, which bring the pious man often much deeper sinking in their misery, instead of healing, improvement, and joy for those that seek and do not get, but nevertheless still stubbornly linger in their religious nonsense.

 In many primitive cultures, the body is analogous to tradition, maimed in one way or another because their religion requires them. In addition, there are global tribes that hurt themselves or punish by self-mutilation, in order to enforce the favors of a deity or forest spirits of their ancestors…

 In some cultures, it is customary to stretch the earlobes or other body parts as much as possible because the more they are stretched the more beautiful it is found. Some tribal people often acquire prestige in the village community.

Not only do women wear earrings in the earlobes, but also men, some also do everything to make them longer or larger. In some tribes, it is customary to hang weights on the lobes so that they can grow to unusual lengths. It suits their religion, folk beliefs, or tribal custom and traditions. Today self-mutilation, such as piercings, tattoos, etc., is widely used by people from all alloys, not because they belong to a specific culture or be subject to a deity, but simply because they find it personally very beautiful.

 … Also, obia rituals and spirit exorcism identify with receiving and inflicting self-injury, where pain, torment, and submission play an important role, as the submissive feelings that one has to dominant, which one takes for granted the associated pain, even if the rituals pass into mental harm and physical suffering to death. 

  See here a video about a good example of “Pain is Pleasure” in various cultures, which shows great similarities compared to the exorcism “Pain is fine” by the obiaman in Surinamese culture. Although the circumstances of the rite, of these two cultures, become differentially expressed from every background and his perspective is their rationale same, this is “have fun” with the infliction of – and receiving pain “:

  Sometimes it is sad to see and to hear how fantasy and reality are interwoven into utter confusion in a lifetime, but it is no one to dust off prohibiting ancestral transfers nor to stop, even if people acting or behaving in the eyes of the other, based on Delinquency, backwardness, and ignorance. Finally, everyone should know it for themselves.

. One must let everyone in his or her value, even if this implies a visible wall where one anyway runs smack against it; but laughter is healthy. 




Besides all this, the otherwise severely traumatized Surinamese believers believe except only in a fantasy god but also in the most idiotic things that only exist in their heads. Most of these people are actually mentally ill and have professional help that should be offered.   





…. On the other hand, unfortunately, a legion of people in most urban dwellers, the so-called civilized, in their quest for spiritual peace and revenge against their former partners, churches, etc, are carefully brainwashed by religious institutions and religious parties. In addition, these figures also play in handy on the social and spiritual confusion of their converts with their crazy stories! “This can be seen in the videos below!”  





… In addition, shifting converts their respective satyriasis, nymphomania, obia scam, and their other former evil way of life, eagerly to their superstition to have been as if possessed by some dubious Apuku or Winti spirit or similar and have converted themselves into a belief in God in order to justify their past evil error. These former sinners behave suddenly as the lost innocence, which is supposedly freed from the devil by the church and Jesus. 

 In addition, most villains of this opportunity created by, as icing on the cake, to act as a herald of the new gospel and thus re-god found their mission to suppress fellow men. This kind of wavering behavior not only concerns the Surinamese, but superstition and defection also occur in world peoples in other countries, all races, tribes, and communities.

And are afflicted with religion and primitive idiocy leading to subjugation and destruction of all life on this earth. 


How pious the mind, the bigger the beast!




… Watch the following video on the conversion propaganda and sickly intrusiveness of religious visionaries, sectarian movements, and cunning religious organizations that act as a conduit of the established world religions, to indoctrinate fellow men to manage and keep them stupid and retarded.

 Of course, there are plenty of examples of individuals in the Surinamese society who think just in their sobriety and to break a lance for someone/something, which, unfortunately, are surrounded by the dominant religious class that their honest opinion is not declining in gratitude and very soon, unfortunately, experienced the flip side of the coin in their lives says will be silenced and forced to further consolidate the views of the religious society.



 A. The Vishnuh Society has no respect for any religion, because how can we give respect to religions, that are the inventors of hypocrisy, lovelessness, genocide, discrimination, oppression, and selfishness?

 B. … In addition, the Vishnuh Society does not reverence institutions that consolidate and spread a religion that has promoted subjugation, domination, unscrupulousness, and division, and has caused misery and division for humanity as well as the cause Of mutual wars, peoples hatred, and genocide, and yet, and of all kinds of worldwide human rights violations on behalf of their God.

 C. Furthermore, the Vishnuh Society does not respect people who regard their religion as their cultural heritage because they are followers of misery, cruelty, war, caste system, poverty, and oppression, and often aware, or unconsciously, to keep their offspring stupid to conceal their backdrops in a haze of piety and ancestral tradition, which will always degenerate in misery for their descendants and other fellow people.

  Furthermore, the Vishnuh Society under A, B & C cannot say anything about “letting them in their value”, since there will be false value. And anything contrary to humanity is worthless. But the Vishnuh Society has great respect for all living beings as part of wild nature. The Vishnuh Society rather says everything honestly and sincerely and can not slam with fellow human beings.


  Thus says Vishnu’s teaching:

 “For whoever respects his fellow human beings will always say the things they are because it is a big crime to keep back and to mislead fellowmen.”


Furthermore, the Vishnuh Society will never deal with the religious world on the grounds that it respects her or not.

This is because the Vishnuh Society does not pay attention to the way in which religion deals with respect to dissidents since religiously-related organizations/institutions/ churches and religiously-malicious people have never demonstrated the intention of understanding respect and therefore never knew respect.

 And when there were in the past hypocritical churches and people in respect, it seemed to be falsehood, for those who, in the name of their fiction, have wrought wars and fooled fellow men, harassed or massacred over the centuries to become number one in the future, are unreliable and at all times not trusted.

These will repeatedly be repeated in many respects, presenting themselves in many charities with seemingly peaceful purposes, and all this to insult innocent humanity so that no distinction is made between good and evil, causing these two extremes to turn into a gambling element for the hopeless and ignorant person.

 Thus, the religious world can not respect another because of the “religious curse”, the “inheritance”, which continues and is incarnated in their ranks. To this end, refer to the religious misery of the past and its transmission to the present.

Actually, respect for his fellow human beings is: “Destruction, and the fire in all religious books or religion, so that all the baddies ever created by malicious people using their delusional Bible, Quran, Thora, Bhagavad-Gita, Tripitaka, Sectar creations, Etc. all belong to the past.

Those who want to achieve world peace, harmony, equitable distribution, and equal rights for all people, have to restart with a clean slate.

It is good to believe in ourselves and trust those who deserve it. One should not wait for the one who first puts his armor on the ground, but sheds his own religious courage with respect for everything that nature has ever produced and still produces as the creator of everything that has lived, lives, and Still have to live. Honor to those who deserve the honor.


… Know and let know.

No one has become wise by chance, because wisdom does not come from the East, West, South nor from the North, nor is wisdom not related to the Bible, Quran, Bhagavad-Gita, Torah, the Tripitaka, et cetera, but wisdom is born from the one who is honest with himself and with his fellow man.

  … But in spite of the wisdom or shortcomings that man, in general, carries with him, everyone has the right to life, free speech, and self-preservation, except those who advocate oppression of their fellow man according to their self-invented holy book, and who regard nature as their privately owned.

… The world belongs to and for everyone and also for everything that is on this globe, which grants another the light in the eyes. Living beings are the products of living nature, which is the creator of all that is and was. And the Universe, which encompasses Nature, is greater than all the gods.

 Therefore, people of the world, stop continuing and passing on the false ancestral promises to your progeny concerning Paradise, Nirvana, Valhalla, Djenna, Heaven, and Hell, and leave the so-called holy books which represent the evil of evil people, from now and forever will all become a thing of the past as nostalgia and nothing more.

Look to the present time and direct your vision of the future with responsibility for your fellow human beings by staying in the reality and pointing out the ignorant humanity to the reality of nature that encompasses life.


So live and let live…