I used to think the death penalty was a good thing. If certain vicious criminals couldn’t adapt to society, everyone would be better off if they were removed permanently. Executing them rather quickly, once proven guilty, would save the cost of keeping them in prison, remove the chance of them getting back out on the streets to cause more mayhem, and maybe discourage others from committing similar crimes.
Lately I’ve changed my tune, though. Now I’m firmly opposed to capital punishment… but not for the usual reasons. It has nothing to do with morality or expediency… more to do with recycling… in a spiritual kind of way. I’ll explain.
Through my afterlife research I know that:
1) Spirits move in and out of our world constantly. They live in countless spiritual realms that are superimposed over each other and over our world… separated not by space but by vibration… like radio signals.
2) Many of those unseen worlds and their invisible inhabitants flourish in love and light, and when those beings get close to us humans, we feel inspired and blissful. They sometimes linger close to the Earth… drawn to people who have fostered the noble side of their humanity with perpetual thoughts of good will and kindness toward others… people like saintly priests and good-hearted artists.
3) There are also dark, dismal worlds whose scruffy inhabitants are driven by fear, loathing, and malevolence… and when THEY get close to us, their attitudes put us in a foul mood. Sometimes, fascinated by the dramas of our world, they attach themselves to susceptible humans to enjoy a prolonged ride through the dark backstreets and savage subcultures of humanity. Some people with troubled spirit entities attached to them may become violent criminals… if violence is a driving force of the entity.
So, let’s see how this multi-world scenario ties into the subject of capital punishment…
What happens to an attached spirit, or troubled spiritual parasite, when its human host dies? Typically it moves on to find another host… another susceptible human being though whom it can resume its morbid fascination with terrestrial dramas.
And that’s why I’m now firmly opposed to capital punishment. Most violent criminals are under the influence of attached entities. Killing a criminal simply frees the entity to find another host… so chaos and suffering on Earth continue. Long-story-short: executing violent criminals doesn’t solve the problem.
Here’s the solution:
1) Acknowledge the reality of spiritual intervention in our world, both positive and negative.
2) Encourage positive intervention both individually (by fostering the noble side of our personal nature) and through public policy (adjust society accordingly, especially schools and government).
3) Establish on-going relationships with positive spirit teams committed to this project of neutralizing and removing negative spiritual influences from Earth.
4) Adopt policies to contend with negative spiritual influences. These would include identifying individuals who are host to troubled entities, and working with them not just to free them of the attachment, but (with the help of our spirit teams) to remove those troubled spiritual influences permanently from this world.
There are techniques to do all of that, some of which are in practice today (such as energy healing and spirit releasement), and others that could be implemented in the near future (such as ITC systems that employ the latest communication technologies).
Another article that I’ll post in the near future will go into more detail about these techniques for solving this age-old problem on Earth, which is growing more severe in this age of encroaching darkness.
For information on how people can keep themselves clear of troubled spiritual influences, refer to my latest book, The Project.
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