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The forbidden experience...a lesson that will never be forgotten

the forbidden experience
King Frederick II's Forbidden Experiment

 The forbidden experiment is one of the strangest experiments ever conducted. It is mentioned that the first to conduct the forbidden experiment were the Pharaohs, as noted by the historian "Hiro Doot." It was named the "forbidden experiment," where a group of children was confined in a room without any adults, marking the beginning of the experiment.

1- The mother tongue of the Pharaohs... the word Bigos

 They discovered that these two children invented a new language, and the first word they pronounced was "beegos." The child pointed to bread and said "beegos," a word that did not exist in the Pharaonic language.

 The Pharaohs believed that the language spoken by these children was their native language. However, the strange thing was that the word "beegos" existed in a language called Vergenian. It meant bread, leading the Pharaohs to believe that their native language was Vergenian. This belief stemmed from the fact that the children naturally pronounced it without any external influence.

 This implies that humans can create a new language if circumstances require it. For example, if we place 100 children in a room, isolate them, and let them grow without any external intervention, they may develop a sign language or a spoken language that is understood only among themselves.

2- Who is King Frederick II?

 King Frederick II, also known as Frederick the Great, was a prominent monarch who ruled the Kingdom of Prussia from 1740 to 1786. He was born on January 24, 1712, and ascended to the throne following the death of his father, Frederick William I. Frederick II is renowned for his military and political leadership, as well as his contributions to the cultural and intellectual development of Prussia.

 Frederick the Great played a key role in the War of Austrian Succession and the Seven Years' War, demonstrating strategic prowess and expanding the territories of Prussia. He was a patron of the arts and Enlightenment philosophy, maintaining correspondence with prominent thinkers like Voltaire. Frederick implemented administrative reforms, encouraged religious tolerance, and promoted education, earning a reputation as an enlightened despot.

 Frederick II's reign had a lasting impact on Prussia and European history, solidifying the state's position as a major power. His legacy is often associated with the ideals of enlightened absolutism and the advancements he made in various aspects of governance and culture.

3- King Frederick II's Forbidden Experiment

 In southern Italy, in the 13th century, King Frederick II did something that scientists envy today: the Forbidden Experiment.

 This term refers to an experiment where children are raised in an environment devoid of adults, observed by scientists without them being aware, to study how they develop language. This has long intrigued scientists wishing to understand how humans would communicate if raised without learning language. However, due to legal implications, it has not been applied in modern times, and only rare experiments are known.

 King Frederick II spoke several languages and was curious about the natural language of humans. A historian who documented the experiment said, "The king ordered some women to breastfeed and care for these infants but not to speak any words to them. He wanted to know if the children would speak Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Arabic, or perhaps the language of their parents."

 What do you expect the result to be? Something unexpected happened: the children died! They all died before uttering a single word!


Because they were deprived of something crucial... love.

 Providing water, food, and care was not enough, as humans are social beings needing touch, play, communication, and proximity to others. It is a biological need, not only during adolescence but from birth. An unintentional "experiment" in the 1940s in Paris showed similar results. Newborns whose mothers had died or were imprisoned were placed in care facilities and orphanages. Despite receiving complete care in terms of water, food, and hygiene, they began to weaken and waste away, and many died, much to the shock of authorities. They became more susceptible to infections they were isolated to avoid!

 Love is essential in our lives. There are households today where fathers do not fall short in providing for their children financially, nutritionally, or medically, but they fall short in providing love. They become preoccupied with work and their affairs, depriving their children of their touch, gaze, and voice. As you can see, this is not less important than what preceded it; in fact, it is more important!