The nature of Genius is quite akin to the nature of the Fool. In the outer environment, people of their time perceive this being as deviant and morbid, sometimes even showing a benevolent attitude towards him, trying with all their might to help this being and bring him under the wing of the mother mediocrity. But the nature of Genius is like a storm, predictable but undoubtedly unstoppable.
Furthermore, who is the most powerful court figure? Is it the pompous king, or the pouting Queen? Who has the power to tell everything directly into everyone´s face, whether true or false and stay alive? When a kingdom falls, the only person that is left to live is the court Fool. Moreover, he will surely keep his role as a Fool at the court of a new King. The Fool is alive only because of his foolishness, and the crazier, more insolent, and more reckless things he says, the more he will be rewarded. The Fool know all the secrets of the court, everyone trusts him, because the Fool takes nobody´s side. Furthermore, no one thinks that the Fool will abuse that trust for personal gain because he has no personality. He is mad. Everyone confides in him for everyone is sure the Fool is too stupid to take any advantages from it. The Fool knows evrything as everyone thinks that the Fool knows nothing. Because one who knows he is stupid is in much more lead than those who just think they are smart. Hence the Fools is Genius. His job is to be mad, to be nothing else than what he is, and we can only roam in the shadows of our thoughts to search for his true aim.
Definition of madness. Occasional changes in people´s behaviour which are deployed randomly enogh in what we call civilization. It creates a pattern that ratio defines as abnormal or beyond ordinary, depending on the cultural subgroup. An interruption in the appearance of such a change leads to the perception of the change. Thus, beyond ordinary is that which is inconceivable. Abnormal is that which misunderstood. Sometimes perverse, sometimes lovely, sometimes miraculous, but always based on the intersection of all descriptions, and that is - attractive.
Attraction is the exclusive ability and the monopoly of Will, not as a law but as an intrigue, as mobility of our Ruach to focus on seemingly dead and unimportant things, alwas for only one reason - because it wants it so.
Therefore, madness caught Genius with an infection, divine madness that can be transmitted only by other Genius. This virus of insanity that involves your being at the moment when you think clearly enough about yourself, holding that thought, perhaps not more than a moment. The objective of this infection, the only purpose of this virus is to tear down your immune system to the extent that it cuts all the influence of the Divine on your own soul. This is the time of the viruses, This is their time, and there is nothing we can do about it.
All that can be said about Genius does not deserve more than a few paragraphs of this book. We can say that all, even the negative connotations towards Genius are nothing else than his worshipping. Threfore, jealousy and the worst envy against Genius is the blessing of his appearance, while ignoring him is yet blasphemy of the highest kind. There is no greater sin for society than neglecting a Genius, and we can be sure that nature will sooner or later find ways to sanction society, eve the entire epoch in its ignorance before the appearance of such a divine creation.
The nature of Genius cannot be stereotyped into any particular acts, and as long as such work is of the usual kind, it can equally be so far from a reasonable classification that it may seem to us that Genius is loafing, while in his mind with child´s enthusiasm he deals with trials essential for the survival of the Universe. The phenomenon of Genius cannot be conditioned by its definition and observation in the eyes of the outside world. We can assume how many Geniuses went unnoticed like the fall of autumn leaves behind our back, how many Geniuses realized their courses while the whole world slept. We can believe that Genius is self-sufficient process, and certainly not a mere resultant of the forces.
Dušan Trajkovič - Anatomy Of The Abyss