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'Crime' and Punishment?

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posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 09:09 PM
A question here to psychics/mediums that are more informed and enlightened to answer my questions beyond just conjecture and speculation. To those individuals in life who commit sick and heinous acts; i.e. rape, murder etc, what happens to their spirits when they pass over? Do they serve something akin to a sentence? Are they forced to re-live the pain and suffering they inflicted on others themselves? Are they stuck on Earth until a time that a higher power deems appropriate? Also is the extent of whatever is dealt to them dependent on the type of crime and the suffering they inflicted? What about characters like Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein?

I personally feel full retribution should be enacted upon them, they should be forced to undergo the pain, trauma and suffering they dealt to the victim and the friends/family that were affected. They should also be forced to experience a nightmarish reality in order to teach them a lesson. I cannot stand people who inflict such pain on others that feel no remorse or compunction of guilt. If I was to be 'brutally' honest then I think that rapists and cold blooded murderers should be at least beaten heavily and undergo the harshest treatment. Just my feeling on the matter. Sickens me everytime to hear stories of people being brutalised. Yet all the perpetrator get is a lenient prison sentence.

posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 09:45 PM
I'm not a psychic/medium, but instead, how about you send them back to Earth to live in this Hell-hole, how about that?

posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 10:06 PM

Originally posted by ChrisJr03
I'm not a psychic/medium, but instead, how about you send them back to Earth to live in this Hell-hole, how about that?

I think that would be too lenient.

posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 11:13 PM
Put them in Iraq or North Korea.

posted on Dec, 1 2007 @ 01:01 PM
reply to post by Flyboy211

People who do such things are self-consumed by the entity of lack and seperation. Some people call this the Darkness, or evil. Regardless, we are surrounded by a variety of beings that would like to take some of our power, take control of our lives. They often attack a person in a weakened state. For example, if someone shoots your mother, your are shocked, this mental vulnerability allows yourself to become a target for, I wouldn't say "possession" but manipulation.

If you are mentally/emotionally unbalanced, or on heavy drugs, you are vulnerable to manipulation. In these heightened states of weakness, a person's dark potential may manifest.

Rapists, Murderers, etc, they are virtually, if not all regarded as disturbed. They often lack balance at some level that makes them more vulnerable to manipulation at a spiritual level. Science may explain it as saying they have a lack of inhibition or conscience, or say that they are reverting to primal urges for violence or lust.

I would not disagree with this statement. I just look at it from a different point of view. Darkness is a collective idea that lurks in all of us, as the programing that seperates us from our true nature. When we are in heightened states of darkness, we may act on our own, but also become more vulnerable to manipulation should an external spiritual entity manipulate us.

Nonetheless, whatever entities you got tangled up in will follow you. For example, say you were unbalanced, became a serial killer in this lifetime, and hen died. Any entities that may have been riding you for that period of time will try to continue to do so in your following lives. So they will try to unbalance you in your next life, possibly putting you in a situation where you are a helpless child and are molested, or beaten, you may be placed in a bad family etc. In the hopes that these situations will set the pattern for your new life, where they can maintain dominance and control over you. Being ruled by darkness, is in itself, a punishment. Though not what you may want to hear.

Now, people as heinous as Hitler or Saddam will always have dark entities in their mind. They tend to flock en masse around powerful figures, particularly vulnerable ones. This will allow the entities manipulating them, not only to take control of a person, but a large portion of the world, taking on some of their power. Even a great and noble leader will often have a moment of weakness which leads to their downfall. If a leader cannot be corrupted enough, the darkness often aligns some opposition against the person, to destroy them, so that they do not act as a beacon, or symbol of possible transformation.

Those who are ruled by darkness will be followed by it, and endure lives of horror, or mediocrity. Time and time again, for centuries even, they will endure. It is up to the given person to move away from the darkness.

Every act, every thought either takes us one way, or the other. A person will only be free of the dark, when they have freed themselves. If they do not take the responsibility to do so, they will continue to live lives shrouded by wickedness. The dark clings to it's puppets viciously. It seeks to control us, to contorl the world, and it does a hell of a job.

But this is karma, this is fate. You either move in one direction, or another. You are either dancing on the ends of strings, or leading the way home. How long it takes to be free, is all up to you.

As far as crime and punishment, the longer you linger in the darkness, the more miserable your lives will be. Hitler could be a Saint one day, but as manipulated as he was, it would take a superhuman effort to crawl out of that pit.

If he was reborn yet, his childhood was probably horrible, and he is likely going to be a petty crook living under a bridge. His masters have already moved on and found new puppets to tug along.

Does this answer your question?

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