Lord Master called Himself Crazy or Mad throughout the five (5) volumes of the Oracles for many reasons.
First, he wanted to avoid the scrutiny of French detectives as much as possible, who always sought to eliminate any sign of insurrection against them.
Secondly, He borrowed these two words, Mad and Crazy, also to refer to the adverse circumstances under which He started his Mission. Many did not understand Him, thus deriding Him and, sometimes, going as far as offending Him. In this ense, He only wanted to hide his true identity. However, his followers or those who had predestined conditions with him realized that he only wanted to remain anonymous. Through the mysterious phenomena that occurred around him, no one could doubt that he was an holy man born down the world to save all the sentient beings.
In the old days, it was said that many heroes who, because they wanted to avoid being unnecessarily harmed, such as Han Tin, Liu Bei, Sun Tẩn, and in countless other cases, all pretended crazy to pass through, to easily intermingle with the masses in order to transform them.