Excerpted on 14 April 2020 from a blog published on 15 March 2018; revised on 15 April 2020
Previously titled: The Victory Dance
- THE VICTORY DANCE
- A Facebook Victory Dance
- Sunset on Facebook
I updated a blog about the ASP (antisocial personality) sense of humor today, and added some personal details to it.
If you would like to read the revised blog in its entirety, here is the link … 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 ..
A new section regarding the ASP ‘Victory Dance’ is below …
THE VICTORY DANCE
The Victory Dance is a variant of the ‘Memento’, in that it acts as a memento of a kill; in addition it presents the memento to the world in such a way that no one is the wiser. For example, the Victory Dance may appear to be a commemoration of the ongoing life of the person who has been murdered.
The murderer offers remembrance of the kill under false cover, as a ‘taunt’ to Normals who, viewing the Victory Dance, feel the anticipatable sense of friendship and empathy towards the person killed. But the killer can use the victory dance to relive the thrill of the remembered murder.
A Facebook Victory Dance
Here is one instance I encountered through psychic inquiry in years past: Apparently the murderer put up a facebook page supposedly belonging to the victim, who was a professional woman. As I recall, that was in the year 2014.
There were only a few conversations on the facebook page; these were clustered around the date when the page was created. The dates of first entries on the facebook page apparently indicated the murder date.
There was a photo of the woman apparently murdered, standing together with the couple who ordered the kill. There was another photo of the victim, standing next to two other women who, I felt, may have been targeted; this may have been a warning to knuckle under, or else a statement of intent to kill.
In the instance in question, it seemed to me that there were sly comments by the killer posing as a facebook friend; these comments had to do with a new persona invented to cover his tracks … a new name, a new profession, a face job intended to confound law enforcement searches. One comment led me to believe that the killer might have take on the identity of a well-respected person who had passed on in recent years, and whose profession was the same as that of the murdered woman.
Sunset on Facebook
Here is another instance I encountered through psychic inquiry, also in 2014: A facebook page was put up for another woman apparently murdered by the same couple. That page offered a photo of the victim, still living; the time of day was sunset. The word ‘sunset’, in this context, had special significance to the antisocial couple in question; it had to do with a street name known to them. In addition, the image word might be taken to signify the end of the life of the victim.
It seemed to me that the facebook page might be a tribute to the woman’s life, as she had been known to the couple for many long years, In addition, it was a victory dance; it commemorated a kill, without providing an inkling of that to the casual ‘Normal’ who viewed the page.
I ought to add that I do not know whether the people spoken of above are living or dead. It could be I was completely wrong in my interpretation of the facebook pages. It is possible that I was logging onto the mind of a serial killer at that time … It was during a summer visit to Durango, Colorado, as I recall … and that the killer’s emotions and mental images somehow got mixed up with those of other Normal people.
Nevertheless, I feel that my description of these facebook pages represents the antisocial ‘take’ on the pages, though they may have been put up in total innocence by a Normal. The antisocial personality has a unique way, I feel, of torquing round what we Normals feel to be reality, till it suits his own world view.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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