One possible (love) weapon against reptile (minds) and psychopaths

17 Oct

(post under construction, will be continued, note that the links will not work as of now)

How to relate to and fight against EVIL has occupied my mind. THE BEAST.

What if these symbols are right, telling us ‘as above so below’ and the statement claiming ‘we are all one’ as in part of The Source or The Source Field… then, WE DO ALL FIGHT ‘THE BEAST’. Yes, within us. Or both, inside and outside of our selves.

There are sort of primal instincts and possibly lack of something, making us at times behave in a certain way. I wont go into a long post about the necessary survival instict defending the organism through amygdalas fight and flight responce, by sending signals of for example adrenalin. Stress is there for a reason. It does surve a purpose, but as with everything, too much of it can be a bad thing.

I do however want to offer a possible idea on one approach to a most acute and growing problem; a society which seem to suffer under the influence of a bunch of hardliners (psychopaths) with lack of empathy. The long term solution, as in how to learn about the human endokrin function (hormones) and how balancing them could lead to Peace. The short term solution are simply to remove these individuals from positions where they can influence societys most vital areas.

Peace is a state of mind but it also an emotional responce.

You cannot, which experience has shown, force someone into a certain type of behaviour. Some hardliners would disagree here, and claim violence works. It does fill a function short term, possibly, to avert a threat situation. As an example – if someone is about to cause harm, stopping them, with force, is at that present moment a solution. But the one who had the idea, that there was a reason for them to act in such a way, their mind has to be taken into consideration. Why was the act done? A stupid mistake, or is it a burning conviction or driven urge that the act in question has to be followed through, at all costs? If that is the case, how does one solve and stop it from be repeated?

The societies solution on this today is weak. Mostly, it seem to encourage lack of bonding between humans. A narcissistic egocentered lifestyle and an envious, arrogant approach to others in general seem to be the ideal image. This by judging of what reaches us through the progams put in place – broadcasts through TeleVision (destroying YOUR vision) and other types of outlets which span from magazines, internet, schools and corporations etc (yes commercial serving market interests, manipulating the target audience).

There has been some research on how to help those that lack empathy. Mostly though, it seems there is no solution. Hence we do have a society filled with threats in the heart and minds of those around us – due to their personality disorder more or less in our face.

The personality disorder of being anti-social or a psychopath, means the empathy is not there. A feeling of guilt or regret is not within their reach. If the psycho has sadistic desires, (and perhaps sexual-sadism) the risk they pose in society are great for obvious reasons. They will seek to find supply sources and the victims will be many. There will most likely be repeated offences, unless solutions can be found and implemented as a swift responce. Not everyone is put behind bars, and even if, is that a solution?

Research have shown that many head of corporations and people in power positions are psychopaths. The damage these risktakers inflict are too costly for us to ignore this hard topic. Unfortionately the school systems put in place rewards a left brained intellect and hence those programs of learning will be filled by those who lack other traits such as those within grasp of the right brainlobe. (TO BE CONTINUED)


OXYTOCIN is a love and trust hormone. The ‘free hugs’ activists are on to something. The bond that makes us connect and lower our defence, feel united and less as an outcast. It lowers aggression.


From wikipedia: — “Recent studies have begun to investigate oxytocin’s role in various behaviors, including orgasm, social recognition, pair bonding, anxiety, and maternal behaviors. For this reason, it is sometimes referred to as the “love hormone”.//”

— “Oxytocin evokes feelings of contentment, reductions in anxiety, and feelings of calmness and security around the mate. Many studies have already shown a correlation of oxytocin with human bonding, increases in trust, and decreases in fear. One study confirmed that there is a positive correlation between oxytocin plasma levels and an anxiety scale measuring the adult romantic attachment. This suggests that oxytocin may be important for the inhibition of brain regions that are associated with behavioral control, fear, and anxiety//”

— //’ Interestingly, oxytocin does seem to facilitate learning and memory specifically for social information. Healthy males administered intranasal oxytocin show improved memory for human faces, in particular happy faces. They also show improved recognition for positive social cues over threatening social cues and improved recognition of fear.

  • MDMA (ecstasy) may increase feelings of love, empathy, and connection to others by stimulating oxytocin activity via activation of serotonin 5-HT1A receptors, if initial studies in animals apply to humans.The anxiolytic Buspar (buspirone) also appears to produce some or all of its effect via 5-HT1A receptor-induced oxytocin stimulation.//
  • Empathy in healthy males has been shown to be increased after intranasal oxytocin.This is most likely due to the effect of oxytocin in enhancing eye gaze.There is some discussion about which aspect of empathy oxytocin might alter – for example, cognitive vs. emotional empathy.//
  • According to some studies in animals, oxytocin inhibits the development of tolerance to various addictive drugs (opiates, cocaine, alcohol) and reduces withdrawal symptoms.//

Some have suggested that the trust-inducing property of oxytocin might help those who suffer from social anxieties and mood disorders, while others have noted the potential for abuse with confidence tricks and military applications.

The Center of Cognitive Neuroscience in Lyon, France concluded that oxytocin may help reduce the negative symptoms of autism.

//~~~~~~~~~~~~ to be continued and updated.


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