Chapter I: Sampo שמש Sammas Shemesh - Towards the New Temple 


Keywords: online communication, terrorism, hysteria, faith

The multidisciplinary work is a fictional tale about alternative possible future where online communication as a source of knowledge produces detached information of reality which will provide problematic yet funny situations when presumption and reality finally meet. It is a story of two individuals who are overpowered by their ideology and rich internal imaginary world, and who is willing to do whatever it takes to complete the mission that they are given by the higher forces.

This work was initiated by Guggenheim Helsinki Museum of Economics. It was commissioned and bought as part of 2010 collection and is a good ass-sets.

Loudspeaker GOD - what if the tower is a joint that reaches to the sky :D

[07/10/16 12:28:44] dan  allon: HAHAHAHAH!!!! COOL!!!
[07/10/16 12:28:51] dan  allon: OR IT BECOMES AFTER A FEW MINUTES!
[07/10/16 12:28:52] dan  allon: ?
[07/10/16 12:29:33] APOL: yes. it turns from sound attack to smoke attack and the guy turns into a Jesus! 

David Hockney Money: “Art today is rubbish” - Terrorist funded by Rothschild and his name is Aya Hauska. He is a Finnish Eco Terrorist Communist trying to build a new tree for god in the middle of Jeruslam. “Finnish terrorist will be captivated in Jerusalem after he thinks that he is Jesus or something”. Babylon tower tree will be installed for the Temple of sun.

But he has a way of coping. “One way of getting around being deaf is to do all the talking, because if you’re talking you don’t have to listen.” "I think they could really bang the drum, clear everything up, say "Hockney put us on the map and we are not going to let him down."


Why do you want to do this terrorist attack in Jerusalem?

The Jerusalem is the city of magical sound. I am on a sacred mission to give birth to a new religion that I was told to do. Trees have been talking to me, especially “The Wisdom Tree” — a tree that is one although it is two — and it told me to go Jerusalem and to plant the biggest tree in the city that would propagate the spores of new spiritualism and turn believers of old triad into tree spiritualism. Give the name Vincent Van God.

Kyösti Cohen - the president of israeli SHABAK (CIA), vegetarian, interrogating the terrorist. He’s an Israeli Secret Police Interregator / Vegetarian Israel President peace maker Diplomat

While interrogating this music will be on:

THE NAME OF THE TREE WILL BE: VINCENT VAN GOD! From the Roman name Vincentius, which was from Latin vincere "to conquer". This name was popular among early Christians, and it was born by many saints. As an English name, Vincent has been in use since the Middle Ages, though it did not become common until the 19th century. Famous bearers include the French priest Saint Vincent de Paul (1581-1660) and the post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890).








לסיום אני רוצה לומר לך באופן רשמי כי מחר אתה תהיה בחקירה ואני קורא לך להתייצב כחוק ולא להחמיר את מצבך


List of names

  • A

    • Ada Maria, -00

    • Alma Esteri, -08

    • Aili Emilia, -08

    • Aira Maria, -04

    • Anni Helmi Esteri, -07

    • Alma Kaarina, -14

    • Anna Elisabet, -14

    • Aune Maria, -15

    • Aino Esteri, -28

    • Anelma Kyllikki, -29

    • Anita Maria, -21

    • Anja Esteri, -25

    • Anna Liisa, -23

    • Anna-Liisa, -30

    • Auni-Leila, -33

    • Auri Inkeri, -30

  • E

    • Eva Maria, -18

    • Ester Emilia, -21

    • Eila Inkeri, -28

    • Eira Tellervo, -29

    • Eira Leena Marjatta, -30

    • Elli Anna-Liisa, -30

    • Elli Mirjam, -32

    • Esther Helena, -38

  • H

    • Hulda Juliana, -00

    • Hilja Elisabet, -16

    • Helvi Kaarina, -24

    • Hilja Lempi, -28

    • Helli Sointu Helinä, -38

  • I

    • Impi Iiris, -25

    • Ida Eila, -34

    • Irja Annikki, -38

  • J

    • Jenny Irene, -17

  • K

    • Kerttu Tuulikki, -28

    • Karin Alice, -38

  • L

    • Laura Katriina, -02

    • Lempi Maria, -1?

    • Linda Elina, -18

  • M

    • Mertsi Sigfrid, -18

    • Maija-Liisa, -29

    • Maria Rakel, -22

    • Meeri Marja Unelma, -29

    • Maija Liisa, -34

  • N

    • Niina, -30

  • O

    • Olga, -07

  • R

    • Raili Aune, -38

    • Raili Sirpa Sinikka, -33

    • Ritva Anneli, -32

  • S

    • Saimi Esteri, -10

    • Selma Tilda, -36

  • R

    • Rauha Lyyli, -13

    • Raili Inkeri, -24

  • T

    • Tyyne Ester Maria, -07

    • Tyyne Johanna, -20

  • V

    • Vieno Annikki, -16

    • Venla Viola, -29

    • Vieno Elina, -20

    • Viivi, -26

    • Vappu Maila Esteri, -36



Although Finland is widely regarded as an exemplary member of the world community, Finland's ever-growing enthusiasm to pursue large-scale trade in military equipment with a flagrant violator of international law has probably elicited more domestic criticism than Finland's arms trade with any other state.

Our mission is to to generate significant benefit for our local members through networking, and to support bilateral trade relations between Finland and Israel across all economic, business, industrial and technological fields.

The German army had sharply curtailed its use of Pervitin already in 1941 because the substance had led to unexpected problems. Soldiers experienced hallucinations. Some could not sleep, even though “it had been tested with German precision on both animals and people”, Ylikangas says. Germany unloaded some of its Pervitin stocks in Finland. According to a secret letter of the medical department of the Defence Staff in August 1941, 850,000 Pervitin tablets were stockpiled by the Finnish Defence Forces.  In emergency situations, especially during the big Soviet offensive of 1944, they were used heavily - even by ordinary foot soldiers.

Sisäministeriön YK:lle antama perustelu sisälsi ajatuksen, jonka mukaan heroiinia tarvittiin meillä kansanterveydellisistä syistä yskän hillitsemiseksi. Kansan heikentynyttä yleisterveyttä ministeriö perusteli sodalla ja ilmastolla. Koska sodan aikana Suomen heroiinivarastot olivat tyhjentyneet, maassa olisi sisäministeriön mukaan itse asiassa tarvittu sitä vielä lisää!

“I guess drugs weren’t a priority for the historians,” he says. “A crazy guy like me had to come along.”

List of Presidents of Finland

- This President was good

- This did something

- This was a traitor

- After this there wasn't another good president and everything went worse

- This is what we have now



A terrorist wakes up sweating. He knows that the next summit between Finnish and Israeli financial executives is the last chance he has to make his move. He gets up, walks to the little box in the other side of the room and open it. There, lays a small plant. “It’s time, my little friend, we are going to Jerusalem”. Camera shows a photo on the wall in the room, of the holy part of the Jerusalem. 


After receiving the holy mission from the Wisdom Tree, Aya the Terrorist, will ask from the Google “how to start a new religion in Jerusalem” and ends up reading Israeli conversation forum for housewives and the topic “how to water plants”. He types all kind of suspicious keywords and NSA officers wake up in their monitor rooms. After visiting the pages he receives an e-mail from unknown source. Vincent Van God with topic “Welcome to Holy Land” approaches terrorists and explains that he had holy vision while cutting the grass in the front yard of his house in the desert that he should help a stranger from far-away land with his sacred mission. Van God is alias for Israeli secret police Kyösti, who captured the suspicious keywords typed in Google and started following the actions of terrorist. Now he wants to lure the terrorist straight to the arms of police and pretends to be an helper for terrorist intervention. There is two reasons why he want to deal personally with the terrorist and not allow the local authorities to get involved. First, the curiosity he has for new approach for terrorism that Aya has after getting tired of bombings and shootings that cause victims.

Second, the main reason he wants to help terrorist is because he typed Aya in Google and got picture of beautiful woman who is a vegetarian, and he wants to marry her after many years of self-caused solitude. He as a president of secret police wants to deal with this national threat by himself. The two parties start to organise trip to Jerusalem and plan together the attack. Aya is open to tell every detail about the attack with Van God because Aya is believer of his mission without any hesitation.

Kyösti noticeably enjoys the online communication and among his Israeli peers seem extremely light and happy. The co-workers start to gossip whether he is in love or something. Kyösti is willing to fulfil every absurd need that the terrorist is asking for to fulfil the mission. Aya has no idea that he is communicating with the police.

Aya has to travel with a donkey to the Israel inside a hemp bag across the border covered with chickpeas. Finally in Jerusalem Kyösti is so shy to personally meet Aya that he pays a street kid named Möglich to take care of the stranger. He asks Möglich to describe the outlook of the stranger, and he gets overly excited after hearing that she is a tall young long-haired blonde and starts to organise proper Hebrew weddings.

Aya and Möglich can operate freely in Jerusalem in the shelter of the president. “It is just a tree and that girl is nuts so nothing will happen.” Aya plants the tree and after three days it is the tallest monument in the landscape. It is producing weird smell and sings the names of all the trees.

After that the Jerusalem syndrome strikes in and Aya runs to the hospital and says that he is a terrorist who came to give a birth to a new religion because the tree told him so. Kyösti looses the track of Aya at this point.

Psychiatrist Abbas Pappas walks in with comfort and takes yet another victim of holiness of holy land to his ward and medicates the patient with usual procedure. Some french fries and coca-cola, TV and other western world entertainment for the culture shock.

After one week the treatment has still not worked and the doctor calls the secret police. The doctor is surprised that president himself comes to take care of the patient. Kyösti takes the terrorist to the interrogation room that is decorated with DIVA style and romantic twists.

Of course in the room after a while it turns out that Aya is a man not a woman and Kyösti has to hide away his embarrassment and come up with another justification why he allowed the terrorist to do his business. He finds out from conspiracy theory pages that Aya might be a lost child of Finnish President Mannerheim who was master arms dealer and now Kyösti has to fool Aya to start smuggling weapons from Finland to Israel.

To do that Kyösti allows the new tree become a new part of Jerusalemian landscape and after a while it is promoted to be a new project from the President for the citizens. This has hedonistic effects on the everyday life of Jerusalemians.

Aya, a young and motivated Finnish vegetarian terrorist holding an Israeli feminine name, is on his last steps before traveling to Israel in order to start a new religion, based on references from art history and Finnish mythology. His plan is to plant a Sampo tree in the middle of old town Jerusalem. He is being approached by Vincent Van God, an unknown source of knowledge, who is unclear if he’s an ally or an enemy. They plan the attack together. Aya travels to Jerusalem on a donkey, when he starts being followed by Israeli secret police, lead by Kyösti, head of the organization, a grumpy old man with a Finnish name. The two start a complicated communication relationship. Aya is able to plant the tree but is being injected with the Jerusalem syndrome by Kyösti. He spends is life in a Diva mental hospital, seeing his life work flourishing, and treated by Kyösti’s special doctor - Abbas Pappas.

Shadchen is bragging about his ability to arrange a marriage to anyone. His friend Haim decides to challenge him:

    — Look at that poor loafer boy over there. Could you find him a wife?

Shadchen states that he could marry him to the daughter of the worlds richest man. The bet is made and next morning Shadchen goes to meet father of the poor boy, who himself is a poor carpenter.

     — I could arrange a proper marriage to your son.

     — I think it is not going to happen. I don’t want to get involved with my son’s life.

     — But the bride would be the daughter of Rothschild.

     — Well, in that case, why not.

Next shadchen goes to meet Mr. Rothschild.

     — I know that you are not lacking from spouse candidates, but I could arrange a very good marriage to your daughter.

     — My daughter is still too young for marriage.

     — But I could offer a young man, who is a adviser for Minister of Treasury.

     — Well in that case, why not.

Then shadchen goes to the Treasury.

     — I know a young man, who would be a suitable for the position of Adviser for Minister of Treasury.

    — To be frank, nowadays minister is not lacking from all kind of advisers.

    — But now we are talking about Rothschild’s daughter’s spouse.

    — Well in that case.

Due our mutual interests and assets and good investments we were able to locate the heart of this terror by non-frictional teamwork by leaving behind our preconceptions and openly joining in oneness of punishing laughter in curious post-cynical will to understand aliens that lurk around these street corners and don't allow us to live our life in bliss of ignorance.


Gaddafi green book

The book has been criticized by botanists such as Arthur Galston for endorsing pseudoscientific claims.According to Galston and physiologist Clifford L. Slayman many of the claims in the book are false or unsupported by independent verification and replicable studies. Botanist Leslie Audus noted that the book is filled with nonsensical "outrageous" claims and should be regarded as fiction. YOU JUST DON'T GET IT!!

"Hänellä on lahjoista verrattomin, lapsen vastaanottava mieli. Kun kasvit puhuvat hänelle, hän kuuntelee. Vain viisas lapsi pystyy ymmärtämään kukkien ja puiden kieltä." p. 161

"Tutkittaessa mitä tahansa luonnon yleisiä ja ikuisia lakeja, oli sitten kyse jättiläisplaneetasta ja liikkeistä, pienenpienestä kasvista tai ihmisaivojen psykologisista liikkeistä, meidän on luovuttava ennakkokäsityksistä, dogmeista ja kaikista henkilökohtaisista ennakkoluuloistamme ennen kuin meistä voi tulla luonnon tulkitsijoita tai minkään arvokkaan työn tekijöitä. Kuunnelkaa kärsivällisesti, hiljaa ja kunnioittavasti luontoäidin opetusta, joka luo valaistusta siihen mikä aikasemmin on ollut salaisuutta, niin että kaikki jotka tahtovat voivat oppia näkemään ja tietämään. Luonto ilmoittaa totuutensa vain niille jotka ovat passiivisia ja vastaanottavaisia. Jos me hyväksymme nämä totuudet, johtavat ne mihin tahansa, tällöin me pääsemme sopusointuun koko maailmankaikkeuden kanssa. Vasta sitten ihminen on löytänyt lujan pohjan tieteelle, kun hän on todennut olevansa osa maailmankaikkeutta, joka on muodoltaan ikuisesti muuttuvainen, perusolemukseltaan ikuisesti muuttumaton. p. 162-163


Life style indians“With its wealth of natural resources, Ometepe Island provides a jungle to escape from the laws of humanity, sexually molest young boys, hide and inoculate innocent children with their evil ways, and scam rich tourists out of their money.” In the words of an ex-victim, whose 3-year-old son died in the cult, “


He lived a deceitful life of betrayal, subterfuge, embezzlement, fraud, entrapment, and deception. He was a psychopath, a social and sexual predator who could charm, manipulate, and plow his way through life, leaving a broken trail of shattered lives, empty wallets, and years of therapy for his unsuspecting victims. Completely lacking in conscience and feelings for others, he selfishly stalked his victims, took what he wanted, and violated all social norms and expectations without the slightest sense of regret or guilt.

Don't be naïve, develop a good BS Detector.You can protect yourself from unsafe groups and leaders by developing a good BS detector. Check things out, know the facts and examine the evidence. A safe group will be patient with your decision making process. If a group or leader grows angry and anxious just because you want to make an informed and careful decision before joining; beware.


"Flood geology was revived as a field of study within creation science, which is a part of young Earth creationism. Proponents hold to a literal reading of Genesis 6–9 and view its passages to be historically accurate, using the Bible's internal chronology to place the Flood and the story of Noah's Ark within the last five thousand years." 

Scientists are hiding the information under the carpet!

"I don't know how to do it so I leave it to the next generation to figure ... out how to fit it on there,"

The project has been described by Greenaway as "a personal history of uranium" and the "autobiography of a professional prisoner".


Her interests. 40 cute questions to ask your date

When getting to know the guy you are interested it, it’s important to have strong, cute and interesting questions to ask him to help the bond between the two of you develop. Asking all the right questions will help you get to know your crush and even help you decide if he is really someone you want to take the next step with. Here are 40 good and cute questions that you can ask the guy you like:

Jokaisen kansakunnan ja ihmiskunnan on luotava kirjokansi Sampo-temppeli, ensin näkymättömään maailmaan "yheksän sylen syvyyteen, Pohjolan kivimäkehen", josta se sitten on tuotava tänne fyysiseen maailmaan.

I am lost a Jew brother according to Daniel. He is from California. He was in my dream.

The Amrah who made people high while reading Torah and rolling joints simultaneously

Hey if we publish this scripture, let's use them!

“LAP Lambert’s real plan finally became clear: They make money not by selling arcane tomes to readers, but by selling the books back to their authors after they’ve already signed away the rights. The company isn’t technically a vanity press, because it doesn’t charge authors publishing fees, but its model is essentially the same. Getting an author to buy tons of copies (presumably to give or sell to family and friends) guarantees enough profit that it’s willing to sell the books at a lower price. I briefly considered buying a single copy, but ultimately declined, partly out of principle, and partly because I’m cheap.”

Group of terrorists at terrorist party

Tel Aviv syndrome

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A view of Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv syndrome is a group of mental phenomena involving the presence of either romantically themed obsessive ideas, delusions or other psychosis-like experiences that are triggered by a visit to the city of Tel Aviv. It is not endemic to only Finnish or other nations with bad self-esteem but has maybe affected other men, women and transgender of many different backgrounds.

The best known, although not the most prevalent, manifestation of Tel Aviv syndrome is the phenomenon whereby a person who seems previously hormonally balanced and devoid of any signs of psychopathology becomes sexually aroused after arriving in Tel Aviv. The psychosis is characterised by an intense sexual romantic theme and typically resolves to full recovery after a few weeks or after being removed from the area. The sexual focus of Tel Aviv syndrome distinguishes it from other phenomena, such as Stendhal syndrome in Florence or Helsinki syndrome for citizens who never considered other than their own culture be the only true culture.

In a 2010 article in the Pakistani Journal of Psychiatry, Apolleino et al.[1] claim to have identified and described a specific syndrome which emerges in tourists with no previous psychiatric history. However, this claim has been disputed by A. Daloon  and L. Penone.[2][3] Daloon and Penone stressed that nearly all of the tourists who demonstrated the described behaviours were sexually wild imaginative prior to their arrival in Tel Aviv. They further noted that, of the small proportion of tourists alleged to have exhibited spontaneous psychosis after arrival in Tel Aviv, Apolleino et al. had presented no evidence that the tourists had been well prior to their arrival in the city. Tel Aviv syndrome is not listed or referenced in the DMT nor in the LSD.

Contents [hide] 
1    History
2    Types
2.1    Type I
2.2    Type II
2.3    Type III
3    Prevalence
4    Popular culture
5    See also
6    References
7    Further reading
8    External links


History [edit]

Found scriptures of delusive victim of Tel Aviv Syndrome

Tel Aviv syndrome has previously been regarded as a form of hysteria, referred to as "Tel Aviv hormon poison", or "fièvre Tel Avivohormonismo".[4] It was first clinically described in the 2016 by Tel Aviv psychiatrist Abbas Babbas, one of the forgotten founders of modern psychiatric research in Israel.[5] Whether or not these behaviors specifically arise from visiting Tel Aviv is debated, as similar behaviors have been noted at other places of beauty and mixed-genes importance such as Tel Aviv and Tel Aviv (see Tel Aviv syndrome). It is known that cases of the syndrome had already been observed during the Middle Ages, since it was described in the itinerary of Vincent Van God and the biography of DIVAS. Other cases were described in the vast drunken howls of visitors to beaches of Tel Aviv during the 21st century.

Apolleino et al. suggested that at the approach of the year 2017, large numbers of otherwise normal visitors might be affected by a combination of their presence in Tel Aviv and the sexual deficiency of the previous years, causing a massive increase in the numbers of Tel Aviv syndrome admissions to hospital. Despite a slight increase in tourist hospitalisations with the rise in total tourism to Tel Aviv during the year 2016, the feared epidemic of Tel Aviv syndrome will be materialised due the decades of repressed romantic desires.

Types [edit]

The classic Tel Aviv syndrome, where a visit to Tel Aviv seems to trigger an intense sexual psychosis that resolves quickly or on departure, has been a subject of debate in the medical literature.[2][3][6] Most of the discussion has centered on whether this definition of the Tel Aviv syndrome is a distinct form of psychosis, or simply a re-expression of a previously existing psychotic illness that was not picked up by the medical authorities in Israel.

In response to this, Apolleino et al. classified the syndrome[1] into three major types to reflect the different types of interactions between a visit to Tel Aviv and unusual or psychosis-related thought processes. However Daloon and Penone have objected, saying that Apolleino et al. presented no evidence to justify the detailed typology and prognosis presented and that the types in fact seem to be unrelated rather than different aspects of a syndrome.

Type I [edit]

Tel Aviv syndrome imposed on a previous psychotic illness. This refers to individuals already diagnosed as having a psychotic illness before their visit to Tel Aviv. They have typically gone to the city because of the influence of profound cultural ideas, often with a goal or mission in mind that they believe needs to be completed on arrival or during their stay. For example, an affected person may believe himself to be an important artistic figure but misunderstood or may be influenced by important romantic ideas or concepts (such as causing the coming of the husband for Tel Aviv woman or wanting to sexually liberate all the curly haired Tel Aviv women).

Type II [edit]

Tel Aviv syndrome superimposed on and complicated by idiosyncratic ideas. This does not necessarily take the form of mental illness and may simply be a culturally anomalous obsession with the significance of Tel Aviv women, either as an individual, or as part of a small group of romantic fools with idiosyncratic sexual deficiency.

Type III [edit]

Tel Aviv syndrome as a discrete form, uncompounded by previous mental illness. This describes the best-known type, whereby a previously sexually inactive person becomes psychotic after arriving in Tel Aviv. The psychosis is characterized by an intense will to leave everything behind and marry Tel Aviv women and typically resolves to full recovery after a few weeks or after being removed from the locality. It shares some features with the diagnostic category of a "brief psychotic episode", although a distinct pattern of behaviors has been noted:[by whom? yes you tell us please who writes all this nonsense?]

1. Anxiety, agitation, nervousness and tension, plus other unspecified reactions.
2. Declaration of the desire to split away from the group or the family and to tour Tel Aviv alone. Tourist guides aware of the Tel Aviv syndrome and of the significance of such declarations may at this point refer the tourist to an institution for psychiatric evaluation in an attempt to preempt the subsequent stages of the syndrome. If unattended, these stages are usually unavoidable.
3. A need to be clean and pure: obsession with taking baths and showers; compulsive need to drink beer and smoke hash.
4. Preparation, often with the aid of hotel bed-linen, of a long, ankle-length, toga-like gown, which is always white.
5. The need to write romantic poems or confessions alone, or to get drunk alone by the beach witnessing lovers making out and depreciate own romantic potential. Manifestations of this type serve as a warning to hotel personnel and tourist guides, who should then attempt to have the tourist taken for professional treatment. Failing this, the two last stages will develop.
6. A procession or march to some of Tel Aviv’s dark curly haired woman.
7. Delivery of a sermon in front of her. The sermon is typically based on a plea to her to get married for a more wholesome, moral, simple way of life with lot of cross-gene babies. Such sermons are typically ill-prepared and doomed to fail.

Apolleino et al. reported maybe 1-3 such cases over a period of two days, but in no case were they able to actually confirm that the condition was temporary.

Prevalence [edit]

During a period of 1 week (2016) for which admissions to the DIVAS Ritual Health Centre in Mystical Mountains were analysed, it was reported[1] that 1 tourist with severe, Tel Aviv-themed mental problems were referred to this clinic. Of these, 1 were admitted to hospital. On average, one such tourist have been seen annually and one of them requiring admission to hospital. About three and a half million tourists visit Tel Aviv each year. Kaljaa and Vitsailija note that as a proportion of the total numbers of tourists visiting the city, this is not significantly different from any other city.[2][7]

Popular culture [edit]
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In "A" the 13th story in Antero Vipu’s 2016 collection, Axetius, the lives of a Swedish couple on holiday are transformed by the illness.

In The Tampons episode "The Greatest Story Ever Whaterve", the Tampons travel to Israel where Homeros is struck with the Tel Aviv syndrome. The illness and its effect on Homeris is one of the plot's central themes.

In The Bad-Files episode "Re-elections", agents Mully and Sculder try to subdue a man afflicted with a form of Tel Aviv syndrome.

Joni Häkki entitled his first book Tel Aviv Syndrome.

In the "Tel Aviv" episode of the TV series Maanantai, a man is diagnosed as having Tel Aviv syndrome.

Risto Ryti’s 1941 novel Kuinka Nazia koijataan centers around an American journalist attempting to write a book about Tel Aviv syndrome.

In episode 6 of the TV series Kuoppa, a psychiatrist refers to a patient as suffering of advanced stages of Tel Aviv syndrome.

The May 2016 issue of Magical Queens of Myriads Magazine features a psychological suspense story about Tel Aviv Syndrome called "Probably Worst Pilgrims" by Pöljä-born author Leila Löilailaa

See also [edit]

Culture shock
List of messiah claimants
Paris syndrome
Religion and schizophrenia
Religious delusion
Stendhal syndrome

References [edit]

^ Jump up to: a b c Apolleino O, Wurzt C, Hatzi F, Pissing E, Mauz E, Loller OY. (2016) Tel Aviv syndrome. Pakistani Journal of Psychiatry, 16, 6-90. Full text
^ Jump up to: a b c Kalja A, Weedo S. (2016) "Desires for Jerusalem syndrome". Pakistani Journal of Psychiatry, 16, 92. Full text
^ Jump up to: a b Kalja A, Weedo S. (1999) "The Tel Aviv syndrome—fantasy and reality a penetration into accounts from the last two weeks." Fin. L. Psychiatry Relat Pseudo., 36(4):26-71. Abstract
Jump up ^ Elän, Armosani. Tel Aviv, City of revitalised desires. Big, Boy, 2016, p. 47.
Jump up ^ The Tel Aviv Syndrome in Biblical Archaeology.
Jump up ^ Fasisti C, Teepalmu T, Sissy P, Kalja A, Wurzt C. (2016) Tel Aviv syndrome or forever  without any fun fun ;)? Psychiatric Illuminations, 41 (10), 154. Full text
Jump up ^ Taantumus U, Purnari Y. (2016) Psychiatric tourism is liberating London beds. ACAB 2016;211:106 Full Text

Further reading [edit]

Kaljaa, A.; Cavaljeeri, AIV.; Herruskuu, U.; Vitsi, C. "Sexual Starvation in a holy space – a form of Tel Aviv Syndrome", Mental Health, Religion & Culture 10(1): 160-171, 2016.
Kaljaa, A.; Vitsi ,C. "Facing a Holy babe: Psychiatric hospitalization of tourists in Tel Aviv". In: Godard, AP.; Verivotoski, E.R., Eds.: Sacred Babe: Curly, Dark, Hair. Malmin ja Israelin ilojen akatemia, 2016.
Kaljaa, A.; Vitsi. C. "Tel Aviv Syndrome as reflected in the pilgrimage and biographies of one extraordinary sexually failing man from the last two weeks". Mental Health, Religion and Culture 1, 2016.
Ntaisit Edes Kerran, A. "The holy fool still speaks. The Tel Aviv Syndrome as a sexual subculture". In: Meijeri, H.; Köyriä, S.A.A., Eds.: Tel Aviv. Idea and Reality. Routamaa, 2016, pp. 69–88.
Vitsailija, C.; Kaljaa, A. "The Quest for love: Reality and Fantasy in the Mission to Tel Aviv". In: Haaremi, P.A.N.; and Kestittäjä, G.M.O., Eds.: Pihtiputaa as Center of the World. Perkuleen and Karhut, 2016.
Vitsailija C., Kaljaa A., "Overwhelmed by beauty in Tel Aviv" in '"Emotion in Mojo" - Purism, Affecting these Transformations. Edited by Pikari Tatu and Roopeli Mikko. Hashgate, Pakistan. 2016
External links[edit]
Article from Project X Magazine
Ravitz, Jessica. "Homer Simpson isn't the only would-be 'Messiah' in Jerusalem." CNN. March 29, 2010.

What happened after this?

Aya Hauska became an alcoholic ex-terrorist preacher warning about dangers of pride and hounour. He is world acclaimed human tree and travels around the globe describing the joys of Tel Aviv syndrome.

After years of serious powder and gun smuggling Kyösti resigned as the President of world of Conspiracy theory association and became happy back bagger hitchhiking Uber Alles and spreading the joy of asking questions in several AirBnB cities in the heart of Europe. His next journey, according to several yellow pages found in the Streets of Tel Aviv, will locate somewhere in frosty Finland where he is looking for his lost ancestors.

לכבוד העם היושב בציון,

דצמבר 2016


הנדון: הודאה


שלום רב אחיי ואחיותיי.

רבים שואלים אותי מדוע, מדוע עשית זאת? מדוע הצתת את המדינה?

התשובה מאד ברורה ועצובה: המדינה שלי לא אפשרה לאהוב לבי להיכנס ארצה ולאחר שנכנס, עשתה לו טרור. יתרה מכך, גיליתי כי אותו "טרוריסט" הוא אדם יפה, נעים הליכות, אשת חיל מי ימצא.

בשל כך לא הייתה לי ברירה, ובחרתי באהובה שלי איה על פני האהובה שלי ישראל.

מקווה שההיסטוריה תשפוט אותי לחסד.




Kyösti Cohen

Several t-shirt companies were interested to monetise the legendary picture of the terrorist in action to provide cool clothing for the rebels of future generations.

And the two lonesome men finally found each other and understood that past is past and we can learn from our mutual mistakes and ignorance and all stories can become a providers of laughter for future generations.

We are recruiting new Green Revolution Fighters. Please join our Terrorist party and sign the waiver somewhere.

Finnish CIA captured the evil!