Where does Evil Re side?
By the close of WWI Freud could see The Other Side of the Lust-Principle. Hardly surprising, in retrospect. There had been a shock. Victoria's Secret was Out. (Come Out, Come Out Wherever You are, and see the young lady that fell from a star.) It was the undieside.
We have had a shock. An electric shock to the genitalia. Painful ain't it. Your hair stands straight up like you've been hit by lightning. Life seems less lustful; there is something creepy and dark on The Other-yonder-Side.
It is Evil.
Conrad called it Heart of Darkness (not The heart of It)--he foresaw the sewage that would spill upriver from the Thames estuary. Her name was The Horror The horror and she dwelt in a whited sepulcher. We also have seen her. We have seen the sepulcher whited. It was physician assisted sui side.
What is the evil we all see but won't notice; where does it dwell? In a faar-awaay savage land perhaps? Next door? Home? But isn't it reassuring to know, that as Dorothy Says in her pledge of allegiance--There Is No Place Like Home. Therefore--evil has no dwelling place? It's just a spook or a Spock? The Other Side Of The Rainbow.