They were children once, grew up, became mother and brought themselves into this attunement through lechery and violence, passion and brutalization. This is how they arrived, and they won’t change their lives until they become disgusted of themselves. Then they turn over a new leaf.
A View into the Hereafter p.534
-The people pulled the clothes they were wearing from their body; it seemed to be the custom here.
-The weaker ones, as I already made it clear to you, must suffer here, they’re attacked by all of them; however, they will soon pass on to a different sphere, because they’re disgusted with their way of life.’
-Wherever he looked, everywhere they were fighting. Everyone was tak- ing part, and the onlookers were attacked, or urged to follow their example.
-It was an atrocious scene; dozens were down and out.
-They were human hyenas, who used their intelligence for the sake of violence and vice.
A View into the Hereafter p. 532,533,536,539
-He saw many women who looked atrocious. They walked past him and undoubtedly belonged to the one who ruled here. Their garb was terrible. They wore merely loud colours, bright green and flaming red, and André was surprised that no milder colours were to be seen.
-An atrocious monster was seated on a dais. He was surrounded by women and guardsmen who were all armed to the teeth. He, who was sitting on the dais, wore a turban and was draped with precious stones, wore heavy jackboots and a lurid red garment. André thought: I’m visiting the devil in person here. There before him sat a ruler of evil who reigned over thousands, all subjected to his will. He saw nothing but violence; they all were wild and savage.
A View into the Hereafter p.528,529
Source: Quotations from the books of Jozef Rulof