The Mo OCD Understanding of Islam


An Intro by John R. Houk

© December 3, 2019

OCD – Also known as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. I am a member of Michael Lederman’s MeWe Group called Islam: The Truth. I came across one of his posts yesterday where he examines some of the eccentricities of Islam’s founder known to the West as Muhammad (aka Mohammed or Mahomet and so on). According to the Encyclopaedia Britannica Mo’s name was: Abū al-Qāsim Muḥammad ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn ʿAbd al-Muṭṭalib ibn Hāshim, (born c. 570, Mecca, Arabia [now in Saudi Arabia]—died June 8, 632, Medina).

 

Lederman’s OCD examination is sure to rile Multiculturalists brainwashed to accept cultures not traditionally Western and Muslims brainwashed to believe Muhammad is the perfect example of a human man.

 

REGARDLESS, the Lederman OCD examination goes a long way to explain the virulent activities AGAINST non-Muslims. When a person with obvious OCD hang-ups is placed on a pedestal of perfection which a billion or more followers are told to emulate, that emulation definitively will NOT bode well for the non-Muslim and in my humble opinion, causes an inner socio-cultural harm among the devotees of Islam as well.

 

Because of the nature of this truth upsetting Muslims in particular (I could care less about upsetting a Left-Wing Multiculturalist – they self-destructive) I am not sharing on much Social Media. If you don’t mind the venom of Social Media Jail (e.g. Facebook & Twitter suspensions or bannings temporarily or longer), then share away and more to the truth of cultural survival.

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Sticky brain

 

We’ve covered a lot of ground in this particular section of Muhammad’s psychoanalysis and I believe it to be pertinent to conclude the investigation of this disorder with the aforementioned symptom, “Sticky brain.” What exactly does this peculiar mental anomaly entail? If a patient is to perform an action, or should an image pop into their thought process, often it becomes nigh impossible to forget and repeat.

 

Consequently, the individual will experience haunting memory echoes, compelling them to repeatedly check the procedure, verbalize the action, or perform a compulsive ritual attempting to replace or erase the thought from their consciousness. If one is to research OCD extensively, they will find that this compulsion is highly prevalent in those with the condition, and is the precursor before an individual descends into compulsive mental torture.

 

After researching the Hadith, chapter, and verse, it’s abundantly evident that Muhammad’s Islam gravitates entirely around his mental disorder. The symptom “sticky brain”, is echoed numerous times, and on one particular occasion, Muhammad verbally reprimands Aisha for exacerbating his condition:

 

Narrated Anas: Aisha had a thick curtain (having pictures on it) and she screened the side of her house with it. The Prophet said to her, “Remove it from my sight, for its pictures are still coming to my mind in my prayers.”

Sahih Bukhari 7:72:842

 

As you can see here, the evidence for the sticky brain is quite obvious. Muhammad must have suffered strong mental echoes for the remainder of his life, and consequently destroyed every piece of art. Perhaps this is also why the hijab was created, as the physical aspects of a woman’s face might also have perturbed him. And while Islam will purport that the prohibition for pictures derives from ‘idolatry’, their assertion is simply erroneous upon acknowledging this tradition and the following.

 

Thus, if any reader still has doubts about whether Muhammad did actually suffer from the illness, I shall re-introduce a Hadith tradition which will substantiate my claim:

 

Narrated by Anas

“Whenever Allah’s Apostle greeted somebody, he used to greet him three times, and if he spoke a sentence, he used to repeat it thrice.”

Sahih Bukhari 8:74:261

 

As we can see here, Muhammad was compelled to offer salutations and repeat himself over three times to adhere to his condition. For any rationally minded person, there is no need to conduct oneself as such, unless his followers were suffering from an epidemic of hearing difficulties.

 

However, I am fully aware that even the worst firebrand of Muslim apologists will refute my claim. And so, I will once again introduce another Hadith to reconfirm my suspicions. Again, the protracted account in the following tradition not only confirms Muhammad’s incapacity to refrain from his compulsive nature but proves that even his followers began to psychologically develop repetitive sticky brain because of him:

 

Narrated Abu Dharr:

I came to the Prophet while he was wearing white clothes and sleeping. Then I went back to him again after he had got up from his sleep.

 

He said, “Nobody says: ‘None has the right to be worshipped but Allah’ and then later on he dies while believing in that, except that he will enter Paradise.”

 

I said, “Even if he had committed illegal sexual intercourse and theft?”

 

He said. ‘Even if he had committed illegal sexual intercourse and theft.”

 

I said, “Even if he had committed illegal sexual intercourse and theft?”

 

He said. ‘Even if he had committed illegal sexual intercourse and theft.”

 

I said, ‘Even if he had committed illegal sexual intercourse and theft?’

 

He said, “Even if he had committed illegal sexual intercourse and theft…”

Sahih Bukhari 7:72:717

 

No less than 3 times did Muhammad and his lackey refrain from repeating themselves. Ladies and gentlemen, this is obsessive-compulsive order defined! Hypothetically, to watch both OCD patients converse while living out their conversational compulsions would be a sight to behold. How exactly would they be able to break the habit is unfathomable.

 

However, if you are still not convinced, and believes that the ‘prophet’ most probably was only highly eccentric and exceptionally particular in his conduct, I suggest them to watch The Aviator (2004) based on the life of the OCD stricken, Howard Hughes. The very last scene of the film exposes the extent of “sticky brain” as Hughes suffers a complete mental breakdown, compulsively repeating a particular phrase to himself.

 

Throughout the traditions, there is a pattern of compulsion of which he conformed to. It’s abundantly clear the ‘prophet’ was afflicted with the condition considering that he never gave any plausible explanation for his odd ways. However, it’s obvious that his schizophrenia invariably played a crucial role in his OCD, as his hallucinations effectively trickled down into daily ritual and routine. Evidently, the majority of his perturbing actions were the brainchild of his psychotic delusions. The irony is that Muslims believed his irrational behavioral compulsions were ‘divine’, sent by Allah. When in truth, his example was nothing more than a mental illness which remained undiagnosed for over 1400 years.

 

OCD is so common, that up to 3% of adults and children suffer from the condition. Ironically, just like every other mental illness, Muhammad possessed, early Muslims were also compelled to imitate another psychological disorder of his. Evidently, the extent of his illness saw his ordinances unabatedly grow out of control to form a tightly constrictive society based on psychologically compulsive affiliations including washing, checking, counting, launching paranoid accusations and developing spiritual anxieties. Yet, it’s amazing how Islam still continues to flourish considering the detrimental nature of it’s so-called ‘godly’ commandments pertaining to hygiene.

 

The life-threatening bacteria contained in the Zam Zam Well and the Well of Buda’ah should’ve killed off the early Muslims before Sharia could ever take hold in the region. Likewise, the mass consumption of camel urine should’ve also finished the cult as it’s only recently been reported that the bacteria replete excretion has been linked to MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome).

 

If we acknowledge Muhammad’s excessive wastage of precious water, which he squandered for his personal obsessions over ‘cleanliness’, it’s abundantly clear that early Islamic cult members would’ve been appalled by his irresponsibility with the vital resource. It’s highly likely he was aware of growing resentment, as Arabs would’ve culturally considered water as the highest priority; their life’s blood. Thus fearing a full-scale revolt, the grandmaster of the universe qualified urine as a substitute for the consumption of water.

 

Sadly, because Muhammad’s irrational behavior continued unabated until his death, his followers were never able to recognize his illness and accepted that his OCD was entirely normal. This was the consequence of years of psychological grooming, and having the ‘prophet’ repeatedly drum into their psyche’s that his example mirrored god. They only had themselves to compare to the ‘prophet’ of whom he regarded himself as the ‘perfect human’. The irony is that his disciples’ rational thinking became irrational, and vice versa.

 

It’s evident from the repetitive patterns of his compulsions, Muhammad desperately tried to control his illness, yet this only made matters worse. Psychologists who prescribe ‘cognitive behavior therapy’ teach patients not to give in to their repetitive thinking, and advocate breaking the habit. Had the ‘prophet’ been aware of this technique, it may have helped him overcome his affliction. Although, it’s highly probable that his illness derived from genetic influence.

 

It’s assumed that hereditary genetics plays a strong role in the individual obtaining the condition. If we study Muhammad’s life and genetic line, it’s possible that not only he, but many of his predecessors within the Quraish tribe suffered from OCD. Indicative of the religious compulsive characteristic, during the pre-Islamic era, the clan would compulsively circumambulate the Ka’aba seven times (an odd number) and obsessively prostrate themselves before the edifice. Likewise, the fact that they were exceptionally superstitious folk who unapologetically believed in jinn, solar eclipses that signified omens, lunar-based holidays like Ramadan, and phobias of females, of which lead to infanticide, could all be attributed to a hereditary genetical disposition for the condition. Or perhaps their fundamental religious tenets were created by one of whom was an afflicted individual.

 

This is not a preposterous argument as even today, there are many non-Muslims who will take a pinch of salt, and throw it behind their left shoulder. While anyone will tell you that this particular ritual was born from superstition (attributed to Leonardo Da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’, throwing salt at the devil’s face), it’s more likely the byproduct of an obsessive compulsive’s anxiety.

 

Nevertheless, the foundations of Islamic doctrine was built with Muhammad’s anxiety. Anxiety is a central component of fear. Fear is the core of OCD – the inherent worrying over things that are out of the individual’s control. And fear is what binds Islam together. And wherever there is fear, there is guilt. Guilt itself is also a key component in Islam’s inherited compulsive disorder. [Bold Text by Blog Editor]

 

As we are soon to discover, it’s possible that Muhammad felt unremitting guilt regarding his rampant sex-addition and especially his sexual encounter with his dead aunt. These haunting incestuous memories would’ve compelled him to obsess over cleanliness and genital ablutions. Eventually, his washings became ritualistic upon developing OCD, which was a result of his obsession to forget his indelible sordid past.

 

In truth, Muhammad was running scared. Being an individual born into poverty, and evolving into an overly dependent character, his newfound military authority would’ve acted as a double-edged sword. And the more powerful he became, the more fearful he was of losing the throne. As a simple incompetent peasant thrust into the pinnacle of political Arabia, undoubtedly the thrill would’ve worn off as the crushing reality of his ‘prophethood’ demanded that only he could decide the future of the Ummah. This confronting fact would’ve undoubtedly rattled his psyche, undoubtedly bolstering a life-long anxiety disorder. It’s obvious after reading the Hadith, that many times he was caught unawares and had to fabricate nonsensical superstitions and compulsions to counteract any threat to his crown.

 

Mirroring Muhammad’s own life, the aforementioned legendary oil tycoon Howard Hughes also faced a similar predicament. Inheriting enormous wealth and fear of losing his position of power, fame, and fortune, Hughes eventually fell into the same psychological trap. Though exempt from schizophrenia, the tycoon resorted to the same Muhammadan irrational hygienic rituals, compulsions, and repetitive verbal delivery. Sadly, not only her but everyone around him was affected.

 

Like the Islamic Ummah, Hughes’s exceptional vision for the future, his personal residence, his relationships, and his vast wealth and assets were invariably influenced by the intricacies of his compulsions. Muhammad, also being influenced by OCD, charted a compulsive war machine dedicated to obsessive taxation and tribute to his imaginary god, Allah. Like Hughes’ employees, Muslim disciples had to conform to their master’s irrational behavior and were commanded to live where he wanted them to live, and befriend whom he wanted them to befriend.

 

Today, Muslims will argue to the tooth that these alleged ‘divine’ revelations and his example is the truth, and should be performed to please god. However, the truth is that it’s irrefutable his conduct was indicative of OCD. We know this, as he never ‘revealed’ any divine explanations to justify his irrational behavior. Why should a man wipe his anus an odd number of times? Why should any person put his right shoe on first? Why can’t people drink while standing? To be frank, these exhortations are nonsensical!

 

Yet, Islamic theology is based around the concept that Muhammad was the ‘perfect human’, completely exempt from any mental disorders, anxieties, self-doubts, irrational thoughts, and psychological imperfections. However, his eccentricities showed no sign of intelligent order, no “method to his madness.” In reality, the man was another statistic in a widely documented behavioral disorder.

 

OCD is indicative of imperfection, as the brain struggles without the necessary serotonin levels. If Muhammad is considered to be the ‘perfect human’, then his evidential affliction with the condition destroys the claim. His mind was not perfect in the slightest, and in no way was he qualified to lead an already superstitious, ignorant flock who looked up to him for intelligent guidance. In truth, it was like the blind leading the blind.

 

Islam was facilitated through dogmatic compulsion, but ultimately became a punitive legislative society basing its ethos only on his obsessions. Sadly, those who refused to conform to his irrational behavior were invariably murdered for being ‘apostates’. Ironically, Muhammad’s callous act of burning down the houses of those who forgot to pray was highly uncharacteristic of OCD, and more symptomatic of dangerous narcissism.

 

However, the truth is that Muhammad was an irritating, pedantic, fussy, neurotic man trapped in a personal universe, plagued with indescribable obsessions. And although he relished being regarded as the center of the universe, he couldn’t handle being the odd one out. Consequentially, his followers were forced to mimic him to protect themselves, or to convince the world they weren’t worshipping a delusional, irrational compulsive individual; as the saying goes “if everyone is doing it, it must be right.”

 

Finally, the Quranic verse “there shall be no compulsion in religion” is a hypocritical statement regarding Muhammad’s true psychological nature. Muslims are compelled.

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The Mo OCD Understanding of Islam

An Intro by John R. Houk

© December 3, 2019

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Muhammad’s Dietary Compulsions And Jewelry Obsessions

 

Michael Lederman – Owner

12/2/19

MeWe Group – Islam: The Truth

 

Author: oneway2day

I am a Neoconservative Christian Right blogger. I also spend a significant amount of time of exposing theopolitical Islam.

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