Over the last few years a lot has been written on the subject of ponerology, the study of evil. This website specializes in it: http://www.sott.net/. This field of study relates primarily to politics and the presence of psychopaths in government, but evil is not the exclusive domain of the Illuminati-occupied corporations and nation states; it is present in society at large, inside the hearts of some ordinary people. The Moors Murders are the perfect example of how evil can manifest in the most unlikely places, in this case a reasonably normal and respected young couple from Greater Manchester. Between 1963 and 1965 they committed a series of crimes which shocked the world. The worst part was that the couple took photographs and made audio recordings of what they did. There was a sadistic glorification of their deeds which is extreme even by the standards of serial killers.
Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were born into working class families in the 1930's and 40's, and, like most people at that time, grew up in what by today's standards was extreme poverty. Another feature of that historical period was that domestic violence was more common than it is today and was far more socially acceptable. This often led people to develop cold and resilient personalities, which both of them did. When Hindley met Brady she claims she fell so hopelessly in love with him that she was willing to do anything for him, even help him kill in the most horrific way imaginable. A lot of scorn has been poured on this statement and many see it as a lie by Hindley, who has long expressed a desire to be released from jail; probably it is mostly a lie. She must have had many of the same natural tendencies as Brady, but that these were facilitated by the hypnotic effect her lover had on her. As for Brady himself, there are definite signs that he was far more than just a hard-bitten youth of the Great Depression and World War II. From childhood he was haunted by visions of a green-faced being which terrified him. As he grew up he became fascinated by Adolf Hitler and Marquis de Sade, a figure who first spoke out about his sexuality being connected to inflicting pain and death. Brady had a reputation for being somewhat ghoulish and his friends nicknamed him "Dracula". He was also a follower of Friedrich Nietzsche, a philosopher whose modern proponents believe in social Darwinism and a dynamic dialectic of unsympathetic, merciless pragmatism; "might-is-right" and that "the strong have a moral right and duty to oppress the weak". (Hitler himself was constantly afflicted by apparitions of demonic beings too; he once told his secretary: "I tell you, Comrade, I have seen the Dark Man. He is cruel and intrepid; he frightened me".)
The first victim was Hindley's neighbour, Pauline Reade, aged just sixteen. Over the following two years the couple murdered two teenagers and three children aged ten to seventeen. They only finally confessed to all the crimes in 1985. Two of the bodies had been quickly found buried in shallow graves on Saddleworth Moor in the
more was found at the murderers' home and a third one was unearthed in 1987
after the authorities investigated again, this time with the help of the
killers. The location of the body of one of the victims, twelve year old Keith
Bennett, remains unknown to this day, and Brady has refused to help any further
despite personal pleas to him from Keith's family. Brady has recently expressed
a wish to commit suicide and has asked to be allowed to stop eating: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2343115/Ian-Brady-Mumbling-Bradys-contempt-victims-Moors-murderer-says-slaughter-children-petty-claims-worse-politician-seen-public-time-decades.html.
One suggestion I'd like to make is that the authorities make him a deal, he be
granted his death wish if he reveals where Keith Bennett is buried. I can't
think of any reason why else he should be denied his request; as I've said
before, the only valid argument against capital punishment is the terrible
consequences of getting the wrong man, see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2011/06/milly-dowler-killer-should-he-be-hanged.html.
If you visit a Spiritualist church or attend various New Age events you'll often be told how there are spirits and angels, elves and pixies and various other sweet and cuddly aetheric beings interacting with this universe and human consciousness in a benign and helpful way. The aficionadoes of these spiritual practices reckon that love and light is the only thing in existence once you step outside this world, but they're wrong. I've no doubt that these loving entities do exist, but they are not the only ones out there. There are spiritual beings out there who are deeply hateful and destructive and they want to influence this universe and its inhabitants to their own will, as much as the angels and pixies do in a nice way. Is it possible that the actions some people commit is partly the result of supernatural influences? Yes. Were the Moors Murderers two of them? Possibly. There's no doubt they were very interested in philosophies and individuals who were themselves under the power of demonic entities. Brady seemed also to be highly intelligent and have extrasensory insights. In fact one of the detectives involved in the case said that Brady had a "forensic awareness" twenty years ahead of his time. In the beginning he took meticulous care to avoid getting caught, to the length of counting the buttons on his victims' clothes; how did he know all this? However later on he behaved more like the classic psychopath personality described by Andrew Lobaczewski and Laura Knight-Jadczyk, see link above to SOTT.net. This personality lives in the permanent present and therefore has neither concept of regret for past events nor fear of the future. This character trait allows the police to capture many serial killers more easily because they do not make any serious attempts to evade detection. Some serial killers even leave deliberate clues, either consciously or subconsciously, that helps the police track them down, like Dr Harold Shipman. The Moors Murderers were finally apprehended just after they'd killed their fifth victim, but when the police arrived the killers exhibited a surreal composure. They behaved completely normally, even though they had a body, wrapped in a dustbin liner in one of the bedrooms, of a teenage boy they'd hacked to death with an axe the previous evening.
Some might say that the theory of demonic entities lets the physical humans who commit these crimes off the hook, but that is not the case at all. Also I don't want to give anybody nightmares; these demonic entities can't just do whatever they like with anybody they like. They target particular individuals with a certain kind of nature, people with a natural tendency for cruelty and violence; people like Ian Brady and Myra Hindley. The vast majority of humanity is immune to their persuasion, and there are very simple, safe and easy steps you can take to protect yourself if you feel you are at risk. Satanic rituals are not only organized by the Illuminati; there are people who get involved and form black magic covens independently. I know a few people who have a keen amateur interest in the dark occult; there's nothing wrong with that so long as one's interest doesn't develop into practical experimentation. The whole purpose behind black magick is to allow these dark entities into our universe and into our souls to raise havoc in their own fashion. You might say to me that what I've said is an irrelevant distraction and a trivialization of a vicious and tragic occurrence. I disagree completely. Maybe the inclusion of this element in criminology will improve the police's performance in dealing with serial killers and psychotic murderers, if so we can save lives! Maybe the acceptance of this theory can help reduce, and even prevent, serial killing in the first place by tackling the intrusion of negative aetheric beings into our universe.