[Sca-cooks] Juana la Loca

Suey lordhunt at gmail.com
Wed Feb 27 16:56:36 PST 2008

Where are you coming from Daniel? Personally I 'die' in 1474 so Juana is 
after my studies terminate but where did you receive the info about the 
moonlight trek, the house of religion and the rage scene in the nunnery? 
I have cautioned you about ambitious propaganda to justify kindomhood. I 
really cannot believe what you are saying.
> Was written:
>> >I wouldn't characterize homicidal rage at the paramours of a roving husband
>> > as being insane, although any good modern defense attorney would likely 
>> > try
>> > for temporary insanity.
>> >
>> > As for the items, they could be artifacts of a strange but perfectly sane
>> > system of religion and beliefs.  They are not necessarily any stranger 
>> > than
>> > some of the core beliefs in the world's major religions.
>> >
> Well going after a paramour with a pair of scissors and shearing her 
> like a ewe does have style. What impressed me was that strange 
> reported incident during the moonlight trek. After traveling all night 
> they stopped at house of religion to rest. Juana flew into a rage when 
> she discovered that it was a nunnery and would not let any of the nuns 
> near the coffin. That seems to me well out there and beyond even by 
> what I understand to be the standards of the day. Daniel

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