Beelzebub explains the nature of a Hasnamuss with the following words.
“In general, those independent individuals are called and defined by the word Hasnamuss in whom, among what are called ‘Individual-impulses,’ a certain ‘some- thing’ arises, which participates in what is called the ‘completed formation’ of independent individualities in the common presences of three-brained beings both of the highest possible coating as well as of those who consist only of the planetary body alone.
“This ‘something’ in these separate cosmic individuals arises and blends in the process of the transformation of substances in them with the crystallizations resulting from the action of the entire ‘spectrum’ of certain what are called ‘Naloo-osnian-impulses.’
“This ‘Naloo-osnian-spectrum-of-impulses’ consists, on the basis of that chief cosmic law, the sacred Heptaparaparshinokh, according to the source of its essence in respect of the ‘perception-of-engenderings’ and the ‘resulting-manifestations,’ of seven heterogeneous aspects.
In other words, there is an entire spectrum of negative influences that can merge with individual influences in the formation of the individuality of a three-brained being. Beelzebub continues:
“If these separate aspects of the entire ‘spectrum’ of Naloo-osnian-impulses are described according to the notions of your favorites and expressed in their language, they might then be defined as follows:
- Every kind of depravity, conscious as well as unconscious
- The feeling of self-satisfaction from leading others astray
- The irresistible inclination to destroy the existence of other breathing creatures
- The urge to become free from the necessity of actualizing the being-efforts demanded by Nature
- The attempt by every kind of artificiality to conceal from others what in their opinion are one’s physical defects
- The calm self-contentment in the use of what is not personally deserved
- The striving to be not what one is.
We can view the Hasnamuss as someone in whom “conscience” does not operate—an unbridled intellect, and individual who is completely out of balance.
History demonstrates that when such individuals acquire positions of power they tend to run murderous regimes. However, despots like Stalin, Hitler, Mao Tse Tung and Pol Pot are identifiable by more than the body count. It is interesting to note that each pursued an ideology and their murderous behavior was a direct consequence of their attempt to pursue that ideology.
Hitler, with his dreams of racial purity, Stalin with his agrarian policy that starved millions of Kulaks to death, Mao Tse Tung with his great leap forward, Pol Pot with his killing fields, are just extreme examples, but also good illustrations.
The Hasnamuss is no rarity. For every tyrant there are petty tyrants galore. Some are, of course, entirely automatic, but it is a curious phenomenon that some Hasnamusses are conscious – have actually crystallized a higher body. Such individuals have as sorry fate, although given the damage they do, it is difficult to feel sorry for them.
We will discuss the various fates of the Hasnamuss in the next newsletter.