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lightgiver 01-07-2010 02:45 PM

From Hell
"From Hell" takes as its premise Stephen Knight's theory that the murders were part of a conspiracy to conceal the birth of an illegitimate royal baby fathered by Prince Albert Victor,

Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence, marries and fathers a child with Annie Crook, a shop worker from the East End of London; she is unaware of her husband's royal position. Queen Victoria becomes aware of the marriage, and has Albert separated forcibly from his wife, whom she then places in an asylum. Victoria then instructs her royal physician Sir William Gull to impair Annie's sanity, which he does by damaging or impairing her thyroid gland (In fact, Gull was the first to medically describe the state of hypothyroidism, calling it a 'cretinoid condition in adult women'.) The potentially scandalous matter is resolved, until a group of prostitutes - Annie's friends - who are aware of the illegitimate child and its royal connections, attempt blackmail in order to pay off a gang of thugs who are threatening them. Gull is once again enlisted, this time to silence the group of women who are threatening the crown. The police are complicit in the crimes - they are granted prior knowledge of Gull's intentions, and are adjured not to interfere until the plot is completed.

Gull, a high-ranking Freemason, begins a campaign of violence against the five women, brutally murdering them with the aid of a carriage driver called John Netley. While he justifies the brutal murders by claiming they are a Masonic warning to an apparent Illuminati threat to the throne (the Illuminati were blamed, in some quarters, for the French Revolution), the killings are actually part of an elaborate mystical ritual to ensure male societal dominance over women . It is revealed that Gull suffered a stroke a year previous to his killings in the East End; during this episode he was afforded a vision of Jah-Bul-On, a masonic deity. Apparently, it was this vision that prompted the later murders, and its accompanying masonic designs.

The story also serves as an in-depth character study of Gull; exploring his personal philosophy and motivation, and making sense of his dual role as royal assassin and serial killer. Though rooted in factual biographical details of Gull's life, Moore admitted taking substantial fictional license: for example, the real-life Gull suffered a stroke; Moore fictionalizes this event as a theophany, with Gull seeing "Jahbulon," a mystical Freemasonic figure, fundamentally altering Gull's world view and indirectly leading to the murders.

Gull takes John Netley, his coachman, sole confidant, and reluctant aide, on a tour of London landmarks (including Cleopatra's Needle and Nicholas Hawksmoor's churches), expounding about their hidden mystical significance, which is lost to the modern world. (Moore credits Iain Sinclair with inspiring much of this portion of "From Hell".) Later, Gull forces the semi-literate Netley to write the infamous "From Hell letter" which lends the work its title.

Gull has a number of transcendent, mystical experiences in the course of the murders, culminating with a vivid vision of what London will be like a century after the last murder. It is implied that, through his grisly activities, male dominance over femininity is assured, and the twentieth century is thus given its dominant form.

Inspector Frederick Abberline investigates the Ripper crimes, without success until a fraudulent psychic, Robert Lees, acting on a personal grudge against Gull, identifies him as the murderer. Gull confesses, and Lees and Abberline, shocked, report the matter to superiors within the Police force, who work to cover up the discovery. They inform both Abberline and Lees that Gull was operating alone, and gripped by insanity. Abberline later discovers through chance Gull's actual intentions to cover up the matter of the royal 'bastard' fathered by Prince Albert, and resigns from the Metropolitan Police, protesting the official coverup of the murders. One critic noted that "From Hell" might be seen as a "police procedural as it follows Scotland Yard's Inspector Abberline throughout the case".

Gull is tried by a secret Freemasonic council, which determines he is insane; Gull, for his own part, refuses to submit to the council, informing them that no man amongst them may be counted as his peer, and may not therefore judge the 'mighty work' he has wrought. A phony funeral is staged, and Gull is imprisoned under a pseudonym 'Thomas Mason'. Years later, and moments before his death, Gull has an extended mystical experience, where his spirit travels through time, instigating or inspiring a number of other killers (Peter Sutcliffe, Ian Brady), as well as serving as the model for William Blake's painting "The Ghost of a Flea" - Gull had previously avowed himself as an admirer of Blake. The last thing his spirit sees before it 'becomes God' is a view of Mary Kelly - the one intended victim who escaped him - who is apparently able to see his spirit and abjures him to begone "back to Hell."



He was partially deaf, owing to inherited hearing problems through his mother's side of the family.

hatshepsut 01-07-2010 11:28 PM

Iodized Salt
This is interesting because iodized salt or lack of it was how I have deduced they controlled the intelligence levels (via the thyroid) of the general and elite populations. I'm going to post more about it on my own thread sometime soon.

eshalis 02-07-2010 12:35 AM

What an interesting story.

lightgiver 02-07-2010 04:34 PM

Dodgy Thyroids

Originally Posted by hatshepsut (Post 1059015736)
This is interesting because iodized salt or lack of it was how I have deduced they controlled the intelligence levels (via the thyroid) of the general and elite populations. I'm going to post more about it on my own thread sometime soon.

Could you not post some here? :)

The main benefit of the shoulder stand is to get the thyroid gland working at peak efficiency


lightgiver 12-07-2012 01:37 AM

W Gull

Sir William Withey Gull, 1st Baronet of Brook Street (31 December 1816 – 29 January 1890) was a prominent 19th century English physician. Of modest family origins, he rose through the ranks of the medical profession to establish a lucrative private practice and serve in a number of prominent roles, including Governor of Guy's Hospital, Fullerian Professor of Physiology and President of the Clinical Society. In 1871, having successfully treated the Prince of Wales during a life-threatening attack of typhoid fever, he was created a Baronet and appointed to be one of the Physicians-in-Ordinary to HM Queen Victoria.

In 1847 Gull was elected Fullerian Professor of Physiology at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, a post which he held for two years, during which time he formed a close friendship with Michael Faraday, at that time Fullerian Professor of Chemistry. In 1848 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. He was also appointed Resident Physician at Guy's. Dr Gull became a DCL of Oxford in 1868, a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1869, LLD of the University of Cambridge in 1880 and of the University of Edinburgh in 1884. He was a Crown member of the General Medical Council from 1871 to 1883, and representative of the University of London in the Council from 1886...


Azure, a serpent nowed or between three sea-gulls proper, and for honourable augmentation a canton ermine, thereon an ostrich feather argent, quilled or, enfiled by the coronet which encircles the plume of the Prince of Wales, gold. Crests, 1st , a lion passant guardant or, supporting with his dexter fore paw an escutcheon azure, thereon an ostrich feather argent, quilled or, enfiled with a coronet as in the canton; 2nd, two arms embowed, vested azure cuffs argent, the hands proper holding a torch or fired proper.
The term anorexia nervosa was first established by Sir William Gull in 1873.In 1868, he had delivered an address to the British Medical Association at Oxford in which he referred to a peculiar form of disease occurring mostly in young women, and characterised by extreme emaciation. Gull observed that the cause of the condition could not be determined, but that cases seemed mainly to occur in young women between the ages of sixteen and twenty-three. In this address, Gull referred to the condition as Apepsia hysterica, but subsequently amended this to Anorexia hysterica and then to Anorexia nervosa...In 1872 Sir William Gull and Henry G. Sutton, M.B., F.R.C.P. presented a paper that challenged the earlier understanding of the causes of chronic Bright's Disease...Bright's disease is a historical classification of kidney diseases that would be described in modern medicine as acute or chronic nephritis...Paraplegia is a condition usually resulting from injury to the spinal cord. This was a long term interest of Gull's dating back at least to his three Goulstonian lectures of 1848, titled "On the nervous system", "Paraplegia" and "Cervical paraplegia – hemiplegia".


"Never forget that it is not a pneumonia, but a pneumonic man who is your patient. Not a typhoid fever, but a typhoid man"

lightgiver 12-07-2012 02:11 AM

There is No Time

Embarcadero Center is a commercial complex of five office towers and two hotels on a 9.8-acre (4.0 ha) site located off the Embarcadero in the financial district of San Francisco, California. The Trammell Crow, David Rockefeller and John Portman development was begun with Tower One in 1971, with the last off-complex extension, Embarcadero West, completed in 1989...

Time After Time H.G. Wells chases Jack the Ripper around the same area..

In the last episode of Voyager ( "Endgame") there is an overhead view, which appears to be centered around Clay and Front streets, in San Francisco...


torus 12-07-2012 02:23 AM


lightgiver 14-07-2012 10:44 PM


There can be no doubt that the Masonic apron has been developed from the apron worn by operative masons in the middle ages. The few examples surviving show that the operative apron was fashioned from the skin of an animal, most probably a sheep...A cobbler apron ( tabard) is a type of apron that covers both the front and back of the body. It is fastened with sides ties or with waist bands that tie in the back. It covers most of the upper part of the body and is frequently used in many vocational occupations...


An apron is an outer protective garment that covers primarily the front of the body. It may be worn for hygienic reasons as well as in order to protect clothes from wear and tear. The apron is commonly part of the uniform of several work categories, including waitresses, nurses, and domestic workers. Many homemakers also wear them. It is also worn as a decorative garment by women. Aprons are also worn in many commercial establishments to protect workers clothes from damage, mainly bib aprons, but also others such as blacksmith or farrier aprons...The term "apron" also refers to an item of clerical clothing, now largely obsolete, worn by Anglican bishops and archdeacons...Other types of aprons include the pinafore...Alice, the eponymous heroine of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, wore a pinafore over her dress in John Tenniel's illustrations...

Lewis Carroll (pen name of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) (27 January 1832 – 14 January 1898) was the author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. He was named as a suspect based upon anagrams which author Richard Wallace devised for his book Jack the Ripper, Light-Hearted Friend...


lightgiver 14-07-2012 11:20 PM


Former solicitor John Morris, 62, has named Welsh-born Lizzie Williams as the Whitechapel monster and claims she killed her victims because she could not have children, ripping out the wombs of three in an "unhinged state".


Lizzie was the Wife of royal physician Sir John Williams, himself seen as a prime Ripper suspect by many other crime experts.The men sifted through thousands of medical and legal documents to draw up a compelling case for branding Lizzie the killer.He said Lizzie, born on February 7, 1850, was unable to have children and, in an unhinged state, took terrible revenge on those who could.Mr Morris also pointed to other facts, saying three small buttons from a woman's boot were found in blood near Catherine Eddowes body and remnants of women's clothing - a cape, skirt and hat - were found in the ashes of Mary Kelly's fireplace...Mr Morris said there was a reason Mary Kelly was targeted and why the killing spree ended with her death.


"There's absolutely no doubt the Ripper was a Woman. But, because everyone believes that the murderer was a man, all the evidence that points to a woman has been ignored."
Lizzie's husband, Sir John, who ran abortion clinics in Whitechapel, was having an affair with her.

Soon after the grisly deaths, Lizzie suffered a nervous breakdown. She died of cancer in 1912, having never been interviewed by police over the murders.

"There are numerous clues scattered throughout the crimes which, taken individually may mean little but when grouped together a strong case for a woman murderer begins to emerge," he said.


To "plant evidence" means to put "something" in a particular place, to make someone else look guilty of a crime, when they are really innocent.

kadosh 15-07-2012 05:00 AM

Exploding the Ripper Masonic link - Conspiracy theorists have long sort to link the Whitechapel murders with Freemasonry. In this article, Masonic historian David Peabody explodes the myth. - http://www.mqmagazine.co.uk/issue-2/p-45.php

"To bolster his Masonic conspiracy theory, Stephen Knight plays on the importance of Mitre Square, the site of the Eddowes' murder, which he calls 'The hallowed core of Freemasonic tradition'. ...... Finally, the last Lodge which he makes his trump card, Royal Alpha Lodge, of which he states Sir William Gull was a member did meet in Mitre Square in 1743 when it was called the Ionic Lodge of Prudence. It then removed in 1748 to Sun Milk Street, Honey Lane Market, then amalgamated with Alpha Lodge in 1822. Knight then informs us that the Lodge was close to Gull's house at 74 Brook Street, and that was way back in 1781. Gull was not born until 1812.
Lastly, just to add to this collection of dismal research, Sir William Gull was not a Freemason. ..... "

"Knight knew his claim to be false for, in 1973, I received a phone call from him in the Library, in which he asked for confirmation of their membership. After a lengthy search I informed him that only Sir Charles Warren had been a Freemason. Regrettably, he chose to ignore this answer as it ruined his story. Sir Charles may not have been a good Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, but his conduct in no way merited the vilification he received at the hands of Mr Knight."

dr steam 15-07-2012 05:41 AM


Originally Posted by lightgiver (Post 1060939236)

"There are numerous clues scattered throughout the crimes which, taken individually may mean little but when grouped together a strong case for a woman murderer begins to emerge," he said.

Everything indicates that it was two men who performed these shameful acts. but if there was a female mastermind one may think of as a possibility...

lightgiver 15-07-2012 02:47 PM

Dr Shekel & Sister Hyde

Originally Posted by dr steam (Post 1060939556)
Everything indicates that it was two men who performed these shameful acts. but if there was a female mastermind one may think of as a possibility...

I would imagine teamwork was involved...I wonder why someone would want to do such a horrible thing...


Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is the original title of a novella written by the famous Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson that was first published in 1886...


lightgiver 15-07-2012 03:11 PM

War Gulf

Jack the Ripper... Ninety years ago I was a freak. Today I'm an amateur...


lightgiver 10-08-2012 11:27 PM

Anatomy schools
The Doctor, Sam and an allied professor work together to stop alien bodysnatchers, grave-robbers and much worse plaguing London...
Anatomy schools began to steal bodies from graves. While "Grave robbers" were technically people who stole jewelry from the deceased, some respected anatomy instructors dug up bodies themselves. The anatomist Thomas Sewell, who later became the personal physician for three U.S. presidents, was convicted in 1818 of digging up a corpse for dissection.

Anatomists would even dissect members of their own family. William Harvey, the man famous for discovering the circulatory system, was so dedicated he dissected his father and sister. From 1827 to 1828 in Scotland, murders were carried out, so that the bodies could be sold to medical schools for cash. These were known as the West Port murders. The Anatomy Act of 1832 was formed and passed because of the murders.

By 1828 anatomists were paying others to do the digging. At that time, London anatomy schools employed ten full time body snatchers and about two hundred part time workers during the dissection season. This period ran from October to May, when the winter cold slowed down the decomposition of the bodies. A crew of six or seven could dig up about 312 bodies.

The poor were most vulnerable, because they could not afford coffins to keep the body snatchers out...


In December 2010 Paul Lewis reported in the Guardian that a court in Pristina, the capital of Kosovo, heard of how ‘desperate Russians, Moldovans, Kazakhs and Turks were lured into the capital “with the false promise of payments” for their kidneys’...

lightgiver 14-08-2012 02:23 AM

Chapel is a district within East London, England, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It is located 3.4 miles (5.5 km) east of Charing Cross and roughly bounded by the Bishopsgate thoroughfare on the west, Fashion Street on the north, Brady Street and Cavell Street on the east and The Highway on the south. The resident population are of varied ethnic origin, primarily Bengali... It is notably best known for being the location of the infamous Jack the Ripper murders in the late 1880s. The murderer was never identified, although rumours suggest over 100 names...In 1797 the body of the sailor Richard Parker, hanged for his leading role in the Nore mutiny, was given a Christian burial at Whitechapel after his wife exhumed it from the unconsecrated burial ground to which it was originally consigned. Crowds gathered to see the body before it was buried...In 1985 a large, purpose built mosque with a dome and minaret was built in the heart of Whitechapel, attracting thousands of worshippers every week...

M G... You stand before your peers, masons and doctors both.
Sir W G....I have no peers present here...
M G ...What???
Sir W G... No man amongst you is fit to judge... the mighty art that I have wrought. Your rituals are empty oaths you neither understand nor live by... "The Great Architect speaks to me"... He is the balance where my deeds are weighed and judged... "not you"...

Whitechapel Road itself was not particularly squalid through most of this period—it was the warrens of small dark streets branching from it that contained the greatest suffering, filth and danger, such as "Dorset Street" (now a private alley but once described as "the worst street in London"),A man is murdered in an old haunt of the Kray Twins, a pub called 'The Blind Beggar' in Whitechapel, the scene of a similar murder by Ronnie Kray in 1966... The barmaid says that the killer was Jimmy Kray and that he lives down the road with his mother, Angie Brooks...William Booth began his Christian Revival Society, preaching the gospel in a tent, erected in the Friends Burial Ground, Thomas Street, Whitechapel, in 1865. Others joined his Christian Mission, and on 7 August 1878 the Salvation Army was formed at a meeting held at 272 Whitechapel Road. A statue commemorates both his mission and his work in helping the poor...


In the Victorian era the basal population of poor English country stock was swelled by immigrants from all over, particularly Irish and Jewish. Writing of the period 1883–1884, Yiddish theatre actor Jacob Adler wrote, "The further we penetrated into this Whitechapel, the more our hearts sank. Was this London? Never in Russia, never later in the worst slums of New York, were we to see such poverty as in the London of the 1880s...
This endemic poverty drove many women to prostitution. In October 1888 the Metropolitan Police estimated that there were 1,200 prostitutes "of very low class" resident in Whitechapel and about 62 brothels...Such prostitutes were numbered amongst the eleven Whitechapel Murders (1888–91), some of which were committed by the legendary serial killer known as 'Jack the Ripper'. These attacks caused widespread terror in the district and throughout the country and drew the attention of social reformers to the squalor and vice of the area, even though these crimes remain unsolved today...The "Elephant Man", Joseph Carey Merrick (1862–1890) became well known in Whitechapel — he was exhibited in a shop on the Whitechapel Road before being helped by Dr Frederick Treves (1853–1923) at the Royal London Hospital, opposite the actual shop. There is a museum in the hospital about his life... It suffered great damage in the Blitz and from the German V-weapon attacks of World War II...The Bangladeshis are the most visible migrant group today, who make up 52% of the Whitechapel ward total population... The East London Mosque at the end of Whitechapel Road is a major symbol of the resident Islamic community...Whitechapel is used as a location in most Jack the Ripper fiction. One such example is the bizarre White Chappel Scarlet Tracings (1987) by Iain Sinclair...The prostitute and daughter of a Luddite leader Sybil Gerard, main character of William Gibson and Bruce Sterling's novel The Difference Engine comes from Whitechapel...Roger Delgado, actor (known for playing "The Master" in Doctor Who), 1918–1973 WAS born in whitechapel...


exu156 14-08-2012 05:15 AM

There's just one small problem:

The Prime Minister and Sir William Gull were not Freemasons.

In his book Jack the Ripper: The Final Solution, Stephen Knight writes:

"It is impossible to find out if some of the lesser known people in Sickert’s story were Masons. The chief characters certainly were. Warren, Gull, and Salisbury were all well advanced on the Masonic ladder. Salisbury, whose father had been Vice Grand Master of All England, was so advanced that in 1873 a new Lodge was consecrated in his name. The Salisbury Lodge met at the premier Masonic venue in England, the Freemasons’ Hall in Great Queen Street, London."

John Hamill, former Librarian for the Freemasons’ United Grand Lodge of England, when replying to a paper on The Life and Times of Sir Charles Warren in 2002, made an interesting comment in response to this claim. He wrote:

"The Stephen Knight thesis is based upon the claim that the main protagonists, the Prime Minister Lord Salisbury, Sir Charles Warren, Sir James Anderson and Sir William Gull were all high-ranking Freemasons. Knight knew his claim to be false for, in 1973, I received a phone call from him in the Library, in which he asked for confirmation of their membership. After a lengthy search I informed him that only Sir Charles Warren had been a Freemason. Regrettably, he chose to ignore this answer as it ruined his story."

The full article can be read here: http://www.mqmagazine.co.uk/issue-2/p-48.php

Knight based much of his book on interviews with Joseph Sickert, the son of the famous artist Walter Sickert. In The Sunday Times of London, on June 18, 1978, Sickert said of this story: "It was a hoax; I made it all up." In an interview in the Times, Sickert further said that the whole story was a figment of his imagination, that Knight was the most 'gullible' reporter he had met and that he had had great fun in 'gulling' him.

Further objections to the royal conspiracy theory were raised by Donald Rumbelow, one of the most respected researchers of the Ripper murders, in his revised edition of Jack the Ripper: The Complete Casebook: "Whichever way you look, there is not a shred of evidence to back up Knight’s theory." (The Complete Casebook, pp. 207, 209, 212)

On the contrary, there is considerable evidence refuting these allegations. Court and Royal records document that the prince was not in London on the murder dates. The baby girl said to have been the child of Prince Eddy was born on April 18, 1885, so she had to have been conceived during a time when Prince Eddy was in Germany, while Annie Crook, the alleged mother, was in London. Knight’s story says that Eddy and Annie met in 1888 in Walter Sickert’s studio. But that building had been demolished in 1886, and a hospital was built on the site in 1887.

There is nothing to identify the perpetrator of the Whitechapel murders as a freemason, and nothing to implicate Freemasonry in the murders or any alleged cover-up.

But why let facts get in the way of a good conspiracy theory hey? ;)

Great article here: http://jtrslondon.wordpress.com/2009...paging-ripper/

lightgiver 14-08-2012 06:11 PM

The Sands of Time
First, Jubela—"O that my throat had been cut across, my tongue torn out, and "my body buried in the rough sands of the sea", at low water mark, where the tide ebbs and flows twice in twenty-four hours, ere I had been accessory to the death of so good a man as our Grand Master, Hiram Abiff!"

The second, Jubelo—"O that my left breast had been torn open and my heart and vitals taken from thence and thrown over my left shoulder, carried into the valley of Jehosaphat, and there to become a prey to the wild beasts of the field and vultures of the air, ere I had conspired the death of so good a man as our Grand Master, Hiram Abiff!"

The third, Jubelum—"O that my body had been severed in two in the midst, and divided to the north and south, my bowels burnt to ashes in the center, and the ashes scattered by the four winds of heaven, that there might not the least track or remembrance remain among men, or Masons, of so vile and perjured a wretch as I am; ah, Jubela and Jubelo, it was I that struck him harder than you both. It was I that gave him the fatal blow; it was I that killed him outright;"


lightgiver 22-08-2012 05:16 PM

When it's your neck up there on the chopping block, you don't want a dull blade.

— Anonymous spectator in crowd at guillotine execution, Paris, France, 1789
You've no doubt heard the old saying "up to their necks in mischief," haven't you? Well, it is definitely applicable to the Illuminist elite and their legion of secret society puppets...


lightgiver 22-08-2012 09:04 PM

Pain in the Neck
One of the signs for ritual of the Grand Master Elect Degree is a dagger under the chin...


A number of dictionaries of symbols state that the hand placed on the neck signifies sacrifice. Now sacrifice can have at least two meanings—one, the continuing threat of the penalties to be applied to punish those adepts and initiates who so impertinently reveal the secrets of the Order; and two, the willingness of the individual performing the sign to sacrifice himself for the good of the Order, or for the good of the cause or Great Work...The neck, being the bridge to the head and brain (intellect) and the point at which the jugular vein can be ruptured by a knife or stone thrust, does seem to be an appropriate place to physically focus this sign. Duncan's Masonic Ritual and Monitor summarizes the "Penal" code of Freemasonry. That reference book says the various penal signs are designed so that each "intimates that the stiff neck of the disobedient shall be cut off from the head of the living...


Paul Revere (December 21, 1734 – May 10, 1818) was an American silversmith, early industrialist, and a patriot in the American Revolution. He is most famous for alerting Colonial militia of approaching British forces before the battles of Lexington and Concord, as dramatized in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, "Paul Revere's Ride."...In 1770 Revere purchased a house on North Square in Boston's North End. Now a museum, the house provided space for his growing family while he continued to maintain his shop at nearby Clark's Wharf. Sarah died in 1773, and on October 10 of that year Revere married Rachel Walker (1745–1813)...The ritual for the Grand Master Elect Degree, according to Richardson's Monitor of Freemasonry, has the candidate either placing the point of a knife under the chin, or alternatively clenching the fingers of the right hand, extending the thumb, placing it on the abdomen, and moving it upwards to the chin, as if ripping the body open with a knife...In the York Rite, the Past Master, or Fifth Degree, the candidate places the thumb of his right hand (fingers clinched) upon his lips. This, says Duncan's, "alludes to the penalty of having his tongue split from tip to root."


lightgiver 22-08-2012 09:44 PM

The Island
The Island of Doctor Moreau is an 1896 science fiction novel written by H. G. Wells, who called the novel "an exercise in youthful blasphemy." The text of the novel is the narration of Edward Prendick, a shipwrecked man rescued by a passing boat who is left on the island home of Doctor Moreau, who creates sentient beings from animals via vivisection. The novel deals with a number of philosophical themes, including pain and cruelty, moral responsibility, human identity, and human interference with nature...
Since eating flesh and tasting blood are strong prohibitions, Dr Moreau calls an assembly of the Beast Folk and identifies the Leopard-Man (the same one that chased Prendick the first time he wandered into the jungle) as the transgressor. Knowing that he will be sent back to Dr. Moreau's compound for more painful sessions of vivisection, the Leopard Man-flees. Eventually the group corners him in some undergrowth, but Prendick takes pity and shoots him in order to spare him from the vivisection...
A story in the Justice League of America series fused with H. G. Wells' The Island of Dr. Moreau and features Jack the Ripper as an orangutan, while the immortal super-villain Vandal Savage has claimed to be responsible for the Ripper murders...The name orangutan (also written orang-utan, orang utan, orangutang, and ourang-outang) is derived from the Malay and Indonesian words orang meaning "person" and hutan meaning "forest", thus "person of the forest"...Male orangutans have been claimed to display sexual attraction to human women to the point of rape. The cook of noted primatologist Birutė Galdikas was claimed to have been raped by an orangutan. According to reporter Carole Jahme, rape "was almost the fate of Julia Roberts" when she was seized by a male orangutan before being freed by the film crew... However, there is currently no solid evidence to support these claims...K. Allen was a Bornean orangutan at the Zoo known for his escape artistry and ...Martha-Female Bornean Orangutan Born 1966 Oldest In The U.K...


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