Most criminals are likely to be infected by one or more spiritual entities. There are four reasons for this.
First, a fair percentage of people in the world fit into the category of moderately to highly psychic. There is no reason to believe that the percentage of psychically sensitive criminals is any less than the percentage of psychically sensitive people in the non-criminal population.
Most spiritual people would like to believe that psychic sensitivity is the mark of an evolved soul and thus there should not be any “psychically advanced” criminals. There is no evidence that this is the case. History is absolutely filled with psychically advanced criminals, alcoholics, drug abusers, and people with generally bad intentions.
Rasputin, a person remembered as the evil influence instrumental in destroying the Russian empire was known to be quite psychic. His narcissism and incompetence resulted in the Russian Communist revolution. Anton LaVey wrote The Satanic Bible. He and the more famous members of his cult were mediums, and worshiped Satan. Some famous (and well meaning) psychic mediums like Arthur Ford were alcoholics. Michael Bodine wrote a fascinating book about the toll drugs took on his personality while Growing up Psychic.
Just because someone is a psychic, it does not mean that they understand their facility, or know how to put it to good use. Most psychic people, criminal or not, either ignore their psychic gifts or try to avoid using them. But they still radiate more psychic energy and shine more brightly in the spiritual realm than those who are not psychic and therefore they tend to attract more spiritual energies. This alone puts psychic criminals at a greater risk of psychic infection by lower entities than criminals who are not similarly endowed.
Second, criminals are much more prone than honest people to live negative lifestyles. People who exhibit envy, revenge, malicious prejudice, sadism and malignant narcissism are more likely to be criminals than people who don’t exhibit these traits. It follows then, from the discussion in the last chapter, that most criminals, whether psychic or not, are likely to have auras that are damaged and infected with obsessing spirits.
Third, drugs and alcohol go with the criminal lifestyle like a hand in a glove. Most illegal drugs produce altered states of consciousness and the soul then becomes inattentive to the spiritual needs of its host. The more the addict indulges in his or her addiction, the more likely he or she will acquire a spiritual infection. Drug and alcohol induced blackouts are especially dangerous because they incapacitate the soul leaving the host’s aura entirely defenseless against an evil entity which may take the opportunity to commit an unspeakable crime using an otherwise innocent person’s body.
Finally, criminal behavior is often linked to persons who have suffered serious physical, sexual or emotional abuse as young children. Child abuse does immense damage to the immature soul, and evil spirits which have attached themselves to the abuser find it easy to infect the child’s aura while the abuse is happening. This can cause a life-long spiritual infection with a violent, criminal spirit who remains with the developing child throughout its life. As the child grows to sexual maturity, the spirit will “groom” him or her so that in can indulge in its old habits and criminal behaviors.
This is not to imply that every criminal act is the direct result of an enthralling Spirit! Remember that “like attracts like”, and insofar as enthralling spirits affect the behavior of a criminal, the spirits are usually acting in concert with the natural inclinations of their adult host. A criminal really can’t say “The Devil made me do it”, even if an evil spirit had a hand in the act.
So when you hear a news story or a documentary on TV about a criminal who commits a one-off horrendous act but does not remember doing it and has no idea of his motivation, who knows? Maybe he’ really not lying through his teeth.
The cannibal attack carried out on a homeless man by Rudy Eugene in the spring of 2012 had most of the elements of a spiritual possession. He had been in some trouble with the law years before the attack, but had put his past behind him and was now highly religious and carried his bible everywhere. His longtime girlfriend insists that “he never used any recreational drugs besides marijuana and was even trying to quit.” She said “Eugene would refuse to take over-the-counter medication for headaches and was sweet and well-mannered”. He was shot while in the process of eating the face of a homeless man he did not know and died in the hospital of his wounds. No one can prove that this was a case of spirit possession, but the sudden and unexpected, irrational and violent behavior is very suggestive.