Crime causes: cold-blooded planning, spontaneous clouding of the mind or the influence of shadows? How and why do people become criminals?
Have you noticed a certain duality in yourself and people, when you are good, then evil, then loving, and then you hate all living things? It is as if there is a barrier that, when a person crosses it, he gives the reins of control over his life to something demonic.
The guest of our today's episode knows firsthand what uncontrolled desires, fears, and most importantly, a lack of love in its highest sense lead to. Working in one of the departments of the Ministry of Justice, she regularly communicates with people who have committed various kinds of offences, from corruption to serial murders. Her competence is to identify the cause of crimes committed by one or another person.
The guest has told us what prompted her to choose such an unusual profession, and what internal contradictions and aspirations urged her to search since early childhood. Did she find answers to her questions in criminology?
So, what motivates people who overstep human principles? Do they commit crimes of their own will? What do criminals feel when they commit violence against another living being, and what do they think about at this time? What substitutions and tricks of consciousness are found in those who are manipulated by demons?
A story from our heroine's professional experience
A teenager killed his girlfriend. What was that? What are the true causes of the guy's crime? A spontaneous clouding of his mind caused by jealousy, or a carefully planned act? What does the accused himself say, and what decision will the justice make?
In previous episodes of Shadow Control, we have already tracked the pattern that obsessive thoughts and sexual fantasies are exactly a way of how a person allows demons to influence his or her life. This is also confirmed by the professional practice of our guest.
Why does the film industry promote the image of a serial killer as of a hero, a smart, intelligent and charming person? It is totally obvious that someone benefits from having people sympathize with evil. Yet, does this image correspond to what people who follow the devil's lead usually are?
Sociopath. Who is it, and how does a person become one? Why are manipulative relationship patterns and the dominance of egoism in people so dangerous? What becomes the cause of a crime most often? How does the presence of strict rules in the family in the absence of love affect the child?
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