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Compendium: Catastrophic Childhood Case Study: ‘Black Widower – Psychophant’ . by Alice B. Clagett *

Image: “Bluebeard,” Illustration in ‘The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault’, by Charles Perrault, 1628-1703; Harry Clarke, 1889-1931, illustrator. London: Harrap, 1922, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Page_35_illustration_from_Fairy_tales_of_Charles_Perrault_(Clarke,_1922).png … public domain

Image: “Bluebeard,” Illustration in ‘The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault’, by Charles Perrault, 1628-1703; Harry Clarke, 1889-1931, illustrator. London: Harrap, 1922, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Page_35_illustration_from_Fairy_tales_of_Charles_Perrault_(Clarke,_1922).png … public domain

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Dear Ones,

This is a collection of astral stories I encountered that involved the catastrophic childhood case study of ‘Black Widower – Psychophant’, a mind controller and spiritual adept who apparently cozened a rich widow through his good looks, although he had no financial prospects. Continue reading

Compendium: Catastrophic Childhood Case Study: ‘The Doc’ . by Alice B. Clagett *

Image: “The Cardsharps,” by Caravaggio, circa 1594, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Cardsharps.jpg … public domain

Image: “The Cardsharps,” by Caravaggio, circa 1594, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Cardsharps.jpg … public domain

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Dear Ones,

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.

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Compendium: Catastrophic Childhood Case Study: ‘Wifer-Hacker’ . by Alice B. Clagett *

Image: “Coin: Janus, the Two-Faced God,” in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Janus_coin.png … public domain … COMMENT: In Roman myth, Janus was the god of gates, doorways, duality, and of time; the god of beginnings and endings. I see him as two-faced, looking back to the past and forward to the future at the same time. In subconscious derivative, I see double-dealing or duplicity; a long-standing mode of lying for profit or to maintain social status; and two personalities, perhaps a multiple personality or a double life, one socially very acceptable, and one ‘in the rough’, perhaps plagued by unacceptable sexual samskaras, or by desire to injure other human beings for personal profit. The traditional Roman myth leads one to the concept of a Lightworker, a Gatekeeper, or a Pathfinder crippled by the assumption of malware or samskaras through descent from the higher dimensions into human form.

Image: “Coin: Janus, the Two-Faced God,” in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Janus_coin.png … public domain …

COMMENT: In Roman myth, Janus was the god of gates, doorways, duality, and of time; the god of beginnings and endings. I see him as two-faced, looking back to the past and forward to the future at the same time. In subconscious derivative, I see double-dealing or duplicity; a long-standing mode of lying for profit or to maintain social status; and two personalities, perhaps a multiple personality or a double life, one socially very acceptable, and one ‘in the rough’, perhaps plagued by unacceptable sexual samskaras, or by desire to injure other human beings for personal profit. The traditional Roman myth leads one to the concept of a Lightworker, a Gatekeeper, or a Pathfinder crippled by the assumption of malware or samskaras through descent from the higher dimensions into human form.

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Dear Ones,

Below are links to one series in a number of astral stories I encountered that involved the catastrophic childhood case studies … in this case, that of ‘Wifer-Hacker’, a man who, according to the astral stories, was a member of the Heart Vampire’s ‘killing cult’.

The first part of the nickname, ‘Wifer’, has to do with the man’s lifelong habit of pedophilia, which is a paraphilia to do with child molestation. According to the astral stories, this man would marry a woman, get her pregnant, then divorce her, so as to get visiting rights with her child. In this way, according to the astral airs, he hoped to cut down on the danger of incarceration for his pedophilic lifestyle.

The second part of the nickname had to do, according to the astral airs, with an income stream from hacking people’s computers in the local library and possibly the guest rooms of the local hotels so as to gain a livelihood from cybercrime.

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Compendium: Catastrophic Childhood Case Study: ‘Torturess’ . by Alice B. Clagett *

Link: “Judith Beheading Holofernes,” by Caravaggio, circa 1598-1599 [photo by Architas, 1 June 2018], in Wikimedia Commons … https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b2/Caravaggio_Judith_Beheading_Holofernes.jpg … CC BY-SA 4.0 International … COMMENT: The legend of Judith and Holofernes does not really lend itself to the story of a woman who engages in lust murder, as Holofernes was an Assyrian general about to sack Judith’s city. She undertook this savage act so as to save her city. However, in Caravaggio’s painting, the relatively staid appearance of Judith, who seems only to be perplexed as to the manner of wielding the knife, and not at all set back by the agony of the dying man, seems to me to suit the character of the person described in the catastrophic childhood case study below.

Link: “Judith Beheading Holofernes,” by Caravaggio, circa 1598-1599 [photo by Architas, 1 June 2018], in Wikimedia Commons … https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b2/Caravaggio_Judith_Beheading_Holofernes.jpg … CC BY-SA 4.0 International …

COMMENT: The legend of Judith and Holofernes does not really lend itself to the story of a woman who engages in lust murder, as Holofernes was an Assyrian general about to sack Judith’s city. She undertook this savage act so as to save her city. However, in Caravaggio’s painting, the relatively staid appearance of Judith, who seems only to be perplexed as to the manner of wielding the knife, and not at all set back by the agony of the dying man, seems to me to suit the character of the person described in the catastrophic childhood case study below.

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Dear Ones,

Below are links to one series in a number of astral stories I encountered that involved a catastrophic childhood case studies … in this case, that of the Torturess, a woman who derived sexual pleasure from torturing other people.

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