Novelist. Author of APSARAS and tales from the beautiful Saigh Valley. First person to quantify spiritual values.

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Saturday 23 February 2019

The source of evil

The judge at the trial of a sixteen year old youth described his crime as one of the most evil acts the court had ever heard. The boy had been found guilty of the rape and brutal murder of a six year old girl. But from where did this evil come from?
It is a question we have tried to address on several occasions, most recently in the blog, here. Character is a combination of nature and nurture. Since this act of barbarism owed nothing to do with his parents and manner of upbringing, it also didn't protect him from harbouring other dark thoughts. Indeed, many have suggested that had he not been caught he might have become a serial killer.
His evil personality must have come from a previous time and it is here I maintain that as an embryo he inherited the character of an evil forebear, a character that couldn't be suppressed by his nurturing. This character might have come from many generations previous, from either parental line and passed on with the genes. If this boy had had children this barbaric trait would be passed on through the generations until nature reintroduced it.
But how does nature decide which character a new child will inherit? All is revealed in my book: Spiritual Man: An Introduction to Negative Dimensions.

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