That flame in the depth of the sky
That my burned out eyes see
Only the memories of suns.” —Baudelaire (via anaaar)
Lima syndrome is the exact inverse of Stockholm syndrome. In this case, hostage-takers or victimizers become sympathetic to the wishes and needs of the hostages or victims.
Reduplicative paramnesia consists of the delusional belief that a place or location has been duplicated, in that it exists in 2 or more places simultaneously, or that it has been ‘relocated’ to another site. It is basically the delusion of doubles of the Capgras syndrome, only that is does not refer to a person but to a place.
“Reduplicative paramnesia” was first used by neurologist Arnold Pick in 1903 to describe a condition in a patient with suspected Alzheimer disease. (C)
Indeed I am, but not for long.
I’m quite surprise someone cares ❤
Also known as “Noma Disease”, this is a gangrenous infection that leads to destruction of the mouth and face. The disease is common in African youth.
At 10:15 that morning, 37-year-old former janitor Mamoru Takuma entered the school armed with a kitchen knife and began stabbing numerous school children and teachers. He killed eight children, mostly between the ages of seven and eight, and seriously wounded thirteen other children and two teachers. (c)
The government of Turkey, as well as some Turkish writers and nationalists, dispute this version of history, contending that the events of April 1909 were in fact an Armenian “rampage of pillaging and death” targeting the Muslim majority that ended up with about 17,000 Armenian and 1,850 Turkish deaths.
The disturbances were most severe in the city of Adana where a reported 4,437 Armenian dwellings were torched, resulting in the razing of nearly half the town and prompting some to describe the resulting inferno as a “holocaust.” The outbreaks spread throughout the district and an estimated 30,000 Armenians were reported killed.
To this day the government of Turkey denies this attempted genocide.
This infamous tragedy is one of the most tragic in Chinese history. This incident is popularly called the Rape of Nanking,
an act of violence committed by soldiers of the Japanese Imperial Army upon its occupation of China in December, 1937
and lasted until early February 1938. The Japanese army committed numerous atrocities, such as rape, looting, arson and
the execution of prisoners of war and civilians. Hundreds of women and children were also killed.