Published on 14 March 2021; published
Previously titled: “Overview: Catastrophic Childhood Case Study: ‘The Doc'”
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This is a collection of astral stories I encountered that involved the catastrophic childhood case study of ‘The Doc’, a very intelligent man who lived by his wits and earned his Doctorate in the school of hard knocks.
According to the astral airs, this man was able to change from one modus operandi (MO) to another with ease. As well, he was so bright that he could study a book on a particular profession, create a fraudulent Curriculum vitae, and step into a job in that occupation. He might be an optician one day, and a Ph.D. of Religious Studies the next. He might move from University to University, just as his predilection for sex work and pedophilia or his fraudulent credentials were discovered, sacrificing wife after wife if they wanted to leave him, because of the threat they might later blackmail him or betray him to law enforcement. Were even a small part of this astral story to be true, I doubt there might be more than a handful of men ever were able to live such a life of crime in the annals of history.
According to the astral airs, this man was a long-time friend of ‘Heart Vampire’, who was the head of a mafia crime family classified under my blog categories: Crime families – the mob – Mafia … and … Cults that kill – mind control cults …
It seems to me possible that ‘The Doc’ and ‘Heart Vampire’ may have done time in prison together. There is also an astral story that, as teenagers, they joined the army as cooks. According to the astral airs, they had a preference for M2M rape, and would murder and cook up a ‘raw recruit’ whom they had raped, to prevent their crime from being detected. According to this astral story, their supervisor suspected cannibal funny business, and accused the one man of the crime. But that man said his friend had done it. According to this fable, the supervisor could not determine what happened to the missing men, or which of the two … ‘The Doc’ or the ‘Heart Vampire’ … had cooked them up (if, in fact, a cannibal act had occurred). That is how both men ended up dismissed from Boot Camp after six months. It was purported to be the beginning of a lifelong friendship so close that the two were never apart, in an astral sense.
In later life, so the astral story goes, they would plan crimes together, so that their acts of raping schoolchildren, for instance, would take place at the same time, by their wristwatches, though perhaps separated in a physical sense by a thousand miles. In that way the location of the crimes might be confused for those overhearing or overlooking the ruckus in the astral airs.
I notice from the below blogs that there is quite a lot of overlap with the blogs in other catastrophic childhood case studies. For easy reading, I have included all ‘The Doc’-related blogs in this collection. Please excuse the repetition; I hope, though redundant, it will prove useful for the reader who wants to delve into the one nickname alone, and not the others.
For the reader who is looking through all the catastrophic childhood case studies, nickname by nickname, in the tables of contents I have bolded blog titles that seem more unique to the nickname in question. If you see no blog titles bolded, then I consider none of the blogs to be relatively unique.
There is a much fuller set of pertinent blogs nicknamed ‘Heart Vampire’, as that person, according to the astral airs, was the leader of the group. For the relationship of ‘Heart Vampire’ to the members of the group, see this blog, which is also included in the catastrophic childhood case studies of his followers … Link: “United States Mafia Organizational Chart: Key to Nicknames,” by Alice B. Clagett, drawn and published on 10 February 2021; revised … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-lrx …
You will not find ‘The Doc’ among the nicknames in the Chart, as he and a number of other people were, according to the astral airs, once closely associated with the group, then later went off on their own, while remaining ‘comrades in arms’ (in the war against law enforcement), as it were.
COMPENDIUM: CATASTROPHIC CHILDHOOD CASE STUDY: ‘THE DOC’ top
Below are all the blogs in the series “Catastrophic Childhood Case Study: ‘The Doc’.”
For the reader who is looking through all the catastrophic childhood case studies, nickname by nickname, In the tables of contents I have bolded blog titles that seem more unique to the nickname in question. If you see no blog titles bolded, then I consider none of the blogs to be relatively unique.
Link: “Philosophical Question 3: Does Attaining Neutral Mind Absolve Immoral Acts?,” by Alice B. Clagett, written and published on 23 April 2017 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-79o ..
Link: “Astral Tale of Two Antisocial Personalities Who Bonded,” by Alice B. Clagett, written and published on 24 April 2017 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-79G ..
Link: “Telltale Signs of the ASP Sense of Humor,” by Alice B. Clagett, published on 15 March 2018; revised on 15 April 2020, 23 April 2020, and 11 June 2020 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-8tR ..
Link: “United States Mafia Organizational Chart, Standard Operating Procedures, and Pathological Sexual Patterns,” by Alice B. Clagett, written and published on 22 March 2020; revised and republished on 29 March 2020; revised again on 15 June 2020 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-h9R ..
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