Defeated Demons: Freedom from Consciousness Parasites in Psychopathic Society Paperback – 1 May 2012
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Thank you Thomas for this treasure. You are literally saving many lives.
I read the whole thing in a day. Couldn't put it down.
I feel fortunate not to have attracted the direct attention nor been drawn into close relationship with a psychopath. Some of the personal tales related are chilling indeed.
We get to understand the "psychopathic control grid" that grips our world in a banking/corporate feeding frenzy and perpetual war. This characterisation of degenerate leadership is accurate and preferable to (and less alienating than) "Illuminati", for instance. The string pullers need to be named and this term will do.
The nature of the collusion of our political and media representatives with their paymasters is exposed and described brilliantly. Worth the price of the book for this alone.
A great read and highly recommended!
And I have no doubt that psychopaths do genuinely exist, hard as it is to internalize and face up to that reality, even when one strongly suspects, as I do, to have been in contact with such "types". There are truly malignant predatory "humans" out there, who are well suited for positions of power and using others' energy, and this is a fact that has to be taken into account in any honest appraisal of human society at large.
The film "The Thing" illustrates the implications of Sheridan's argument fairly well since, according to his research, there is an emotion-mimicking, parasitic organism among the human population which, in the case of this well known sci-fi film, takes the form a malignant and hostile alien species that absorbs foreign organisms, including humans, and then mimics them to perfection, leading to the key exchange in the film:
"I don't know who to trust anymore"
"Trust is a hard thing to come by these days. Why don't you just trust in the Lord?"
...not knowing of course who in this exchange may be the parasitic, form-mimicking parasitic alien, if any.
To repeat, this is a highly engrossing read and much of it rings scarily true.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A must for those who wish to be free of the local and family psychopaths that come into our lives. To the author thank you.Published on 1 Aug. 2014 by Kindle Customer
I bought this book after reading Puzzling People, another book by Thomas Sheridan about Psychopaths which I found very helpful. Read morePublished on 2 Jan. 2014 by zoe mason
Fantastic book. Mr Sheridan has a unique writing style in which you are not only reading an excellent book, but you are also being personally spoken to by Mr Sheridan. Read morePublished on 28 May 2013 by nickjordan
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