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Wiess J. Foster Dalai lama L. Hay Guardar mi nombre y email en el navegador para los siguientes comentarios. They are now yours to have and enjoy. To seem attractive is not difficult to the one makes the victim believe that he has wisdom and power. When he is cheating, defrauding, he projects the spirit and image of absolute honesty. But in the moments of panic, the unconscious thing goes out to the surface. The Crime of Swindling2 Swindling presents several characteristics that distinguish it from other punishable acts.
Swindling facilitates, on average, the highest booty; its yield makes to turn pale all other crimes against property. As a rule, it can be said that the criminals who have higher income are the habitual swindlers. The criminal act of the perpetrator on the victim is of psychic nature, and therefore invisible, thus moving the victim to harm himself or to harm another one in his patrimony.
In the perpetration of this plundering act, the victim stands out more than the criminal That's why the subtle reaction of the society is understood, because it is considered that only a fool can be cheated, while that would never happen to one. It is even said that an honest person cannot be cheated. In the swindle does not exist the sensation of danger that is so alarming in violent crimes or against honesty. Often, the bold swindler enjoys himself with the damage that he causes, which reveals weak sides of the human psyche as well as frustrated structures of the social order.
Nobody wants to be a victim of a robbery, and the one that puts the hand in our pocket provokes resistance and calling the police.
On the other hand, in the swindle, the victim allows, tolerates and even demands the dangerous approach, to find out only in the last moment, sometimes never, that he has incurred in a loss inferred by a villain who he took for good. Many victims suffer losses, but they think of that, as in gambling in casinos, as simply having bad luck. No other criminal case of our times, like swindling, allows to us to acquaint ourselves best with the psychology of the cooperating victim.
The swindler, disdainful of the punitive norm, continues his way of ascent. With brief and bewildered intervals, the crime proliferates. The mechanism of precipitating the human will by means of illusory footpaths and mirages, it is known as the most lucrative industry and that of less risk, and that it overcomes methods of violence. Instead of stumbling over an inflamed resistance, the swindler trusts in the ashamed resignation of his victim whoever is afraid to suffer the jeers on the prejudice.
The police statistics give credit that the percentage of clarifications do not resist criminological criticism, inasmuch as they warn that only a tiny part of the happened frauds is denounced, and that the term Case Closed is not very transparent. Nevertheless, of course, the juridical problem can be very important in the habitual swindle. Revising the cast of favorite characters and heroes of stories and fairy tales, we find wonderful kings, princesses, sorcerers and men of force or skill.
These archaic worship models of caudillo, healer and giant, live between us still. Although the external forms have changed and the sorcerer has turned into priest and doctor, they belong to the forces whose kindness protects or evilspeaking can damage. The instincts of devotion always exalt these superior potencies, which remain as powerful today as always were.
With this simple but sure psychology —almost animal— that nature has provided him, the swindler unties these emotional complexes and makes them serve their purposes. The industry gentlemen —as swindlers are called— arose in ancient times. They were defrauding throughout the land with the appearance of spirits and sermons of penance. When the epochs of the fear comes, experienced cheats came out of the shade who promising salvation of the body and soul from all evils.
The Middle Ages passed full of distress states. The fear of the end of the world and divine rage always prevailed in the people; fertile field for swindlers of indulgences, which gave place to big abuses; the ignorance and relaxation of customs caused that many people believed that the former would excuse their sins and were buying them for money.
Popes and prelates tried to avert in vain the proliferation and peddling of indulgences by hucksters, who were operating with all sorts of the rarest relics: a piece of the sail of the boat of Saint Peter; a pen of the wing of the archangel San Gabriel; drops of maternal milk of Virgin Mary; a splinter of the Cross of the Calvary. In exchange for a dishonest fee, industry knights were liberating of the votes of chastity and abstinence; they were authorizing heretics to return to the bosom of the Roman Church; they were investing ecclesiastic dignities to bastard children; they were raising excommunications and interdicts; they were selling to perpetuity plots in the sky.
Briefly, all they power they were giving away emanated from themselves. In , the Pontiff Piero Tomacelli —Boniface IX— ordered to apprehend these swindler- priests and their accomplices and imprison them without much ado, simpliciter et de plano ac sine strepitu et figura iudicii.
Many of the big sharks have remained not even only one day in prison. Some of them are arrested, but are liberated again because sometimes their victims withdraw the charges. It is not easy to extinguish the blind confidence of the believers in the swindle of the absurd occultism by means of distancing and of denunciation; and the failure of police pursuit seem to increase the faith in the swindler and reduce the critical faculties of the victim.
The industry gentleman, across the perversion of the religion, fulfills the sleep of the hallucinogenic exaltation. The gentleman of industry, or swindler, is possessed by the ambition of becoming something better and bigger. He does not compete with others favored by destiny, using the slow and laborious ways established to climb in the social roster; but he reaches the goal of his ardent desires by means of a heroic and theatrical piece.
He charges his hand with his crafty simulation, jumping all the distances, in what to others the fatigue or the hazard has granted. And as main yield of this illusion, he receives the submissive reaction of the cheated person. It is difficult to say who enjoys more: if the knight of industry that performs the role of friend of the gods, or the believers who see him close to them.
Both enjoy for a short time the delights of which they are deprived in real life. With his increasing wave of celebrity, their hearts fly to him. The big man seems more and more beautiful and important. The industry knight is represented in the open scene of the world. He does not hide from our eyes, but from our understanding, and has to be convincing if he has to find acceptance and trust for some time. If he prevails, the fact is that the gentleman of industry, with the magic wand of his instinct, has found a deep lode from which abundantly flows the desire for submission.
The professional attitude with which victims almost gratefully rely on, must impose respect, and corresponds to the human need to respect and be respected. Dignity is also a professional requisite and tool of many knights of industry.
Next to the propitious situations to the swindle provided by daily life, there are crises in the collective soul that darken the intellectual activity and predispose to be bamboozled by the 4 trickster. On this fertile ground sprout the swindlers' abundant seeds, that induce to error not only to isolated individuals, but to entire social classes. Unhappy people are easily influenced. The more unbeatable the difficulty they face is, the more inclined they are to grasp a burning nail.
Contrary to what is usually believed, frauds operate with the intellectual eclipses that accompany any intense alteration of the psychic mechanisms, and the sharper the feelings are, the easier the trick is. The big swindler manipulates the fears or cravings that we fidget with or are quiet about; such as the fear of death, or the irrevocable immortality desire.
If the victim hesitates still and sticks to the bastions of education and custom, he attracts it to situations in which the victim can push fragile inhibitions back or give in to painfully suppressed desires. He adheres firmly to the victim who promises booty and who seems to be ready to be assaulted.
Harking back to ancient times, herd instincts sleep in the man, of being congenial to the guiding animal and making themselves automatically comfortable with the rough movements of the herd or of the group.
The reverential automatism, the passion for venerating blindly and for following the position alpha of the wolf dressed in sheep, jumps over all the dikes. The organized crime The criminal organization is a company that generates multiple economic benefits obtained in a dishonest way. It is formed by persons associated to commit an offense, with vertical hierarchy and proper logistics: unlawful assembly, articulated structure and personalization.
Every level has a common interest with regards to the previous one; the same criminal intention in different proportions. The criminal association provides the goods and illicit services that they demand, or provides licit goods and services in an illegal way. To form its structure, it is necessary more than three individuals with temporary permanence and prosaic eagerness for lucre.
He conspires to commit one or more crimes typified in the Convention of Palermo. Generally, organized crime is identified with only one type of crime: the traffic of narcotic substances.
Nevertheless, it is necessary to understand this phenomenon from other varied forms of illicit activities, to define an effective and efficient politics against this criminal form. It is needed then a holistic perception, and to establish limits in its specific nomenclature; so that they allow to discover its agents and its criminal operations. To finish this difficulty, we need to define its existence and qualify its gravity, to design strategies of political, judicial and repressive order; to the effect of exiling this type of transnational crime.
The criminological study of permanence and continuity has allowed to gather knowledge about the organization: its structure, members, means, type of crime, and its diverse forms of criminal performance and, also, to evaluate the sly metamorphosis [washing of assets] of these organizations and their strategy to chase them. It is only essential that it is formed at least by three individuals, who act in cahoots in the perpetration of crimes or of repeated misdemeanors.
Not all the fraudulent operations are qualified in the enumeration of the disvalues committed by organized crime or by the criminal group; because in the kingdom of infamy there are very varied spheres. It is impossible to enumerate the diversity of means invented 5 by human astuteness to deceive.
The medical profession Medicine occupies a privileged position in the social life. Medicine defender and maintainer of all vital breath, has been able to overcome the pain and suffering, and founded new hopes for longevity. Across history, the healing art has been gradually separating from the ambience of power of the priest, who fights still today for the healing through sacrifices and prayers, and sends the patient to holy places located in or out of this world.
There were inquiring medical schools attached to the temple of Aesculapius, and for a long time half of their cultural character survived. In ancient Greece, blindness was a consequence of sin; illness, thunderbolt, defeat and drowning, a punishment of the gods to the blasphemers. Among ancient Israelites, the first helper and doctor was an Iahve the one that beats himself or by an angel human beings. It was even recommended to consult a doctor; since he also was created by the Lord.
And when medicine did not know the etiological cause, the patient was treated like a public enemy, as it happened in the Middle Ages, when the Court of the Holy Office tortured the epileptic patient and then condemn him to be burned alive in a bonfire for being possessed by demons. In stories there are few doctors. The healing takes place by itself in a wonderful way.
The aphasic queen can speak again. The good God returns the sight to the blind person, the word to the mute one, the sound to the deaf person and the life to the dead person; and hands grow to the girl who does not have them. In the world of miracles the work of a doctor is superfluous, risky, uncertain; and magic powers were passed to some saints and to many medicine men or warlocks.
The art of healing requires to know the body before intervening in the course of its functions.
The physical or psychic discomfort is conjured by the means that science offers to remove the sources of the damage and to initiate the curative process. The patient or the one that needs the professional help of a doctor is protected: his health certificates cannot be falsified. The juridical and ethicists norms of all nations threaten to chastise the doctor who unduly publishes what he knows about the patient.
That's why the doctor is told evident facts and things that the patient wishes to remain secret; before he the doctor fall down all of the stockades that the person has raised to protect his privacy and modesty.
The medical who restores health, saves lives, can not give humans immortality. Many diseases are incurable, every man has to die. The medical contemplates the coming and leaving, lives every day the turning of the birth and collapse.
The earthly has its sphere. With all his altruism, the good doctor can only be an imperturbably realistic professional. A doctor has with life and death a different relationship, which is for himself a little weakness, but that from the point of view of his profession is a high gift.
In a state of war one admires his cold and heroic courage when entering almost pleasantly in harm's way. No one knows better than a doctor that one does not live more than once in this world. Obscurantism rejects and vilifies reason as regulatory force of human society with an intensity that has almost no parallel in history.
The mysterious realm of magic, where the gaze, gesture and the authority of the necromancer paralyze the will of the gods and make them bend their knees, has contributed to the vocabulary of deception. The victim becomes enchanted, haunted, fascinated, upset, because superstition connects so highly with the needs of the human soul, that the millennia have not been able to break its force. The illusion is so beautiful and consoling, that is very hard leave the reverie.
In many cases, the black hole of irrationality separates society and civilization. But it is inconceivable that the mentalist, the psychic and the generality of people believe that these unorthodox procedures work beyond the placebo effect, which is a mistake. Hence, the mysticism turns into science, deception, fraud, scam, because the delusional regressive or progressive karma, the cupping, acupuncture, astrological charts, aura readings, chakra healings and other delusive parapsychological practices are not free of cost.
The black market of parapsychic therapies is worth billions of dollars a year worldwide. Amazed and entranced we contemplate that parallel to medicine runs a long list of mystical myths, magical, esoterics and animists who evoke baseless scammers to sell their services; and that their statements have been taken as truths throughout history. However, this, that is only the sample button, has a more complex background: the mass media, the Internet, popular literature and film, shamelessly sell, daily and hourly, speculation and incomplete or false information, or plain misinformation which, in substance, it would not be detrimental if our child population had better education to distinguish between dreaming and being awake, between fantasy and reality.
This information is stored below the threshold of consciousness easily since they are very young, and helps maintain inner—city tales, errors and legends —called cryptomnesia- which can emerge or loom up a posteriori, without being able ourselves to explain sometimes an experience or phenomenon in a rationally manner.
The industry of occultist creed, esoteric or psychological, is extremely lucrative. The millionaire, profitable world of psychic therapists derived from the so-called New Age, is full of myths and superstitions. Hamer served time for a year in Germany . Later he was accused of illegally practicing medicine and having caused the death of some of his patients, including a 7—year old girl.
Both sentences were sustained on charges of fraud and illegal practice of medicine. Still today, there are several judgments against him pending execution for not having been able to extradite him from Norway, where he hides since March We live in an era in which basic cultural values are being challenged and attacked. We all know that the medical professional is surrounded by dangers. When money transforms him into a 7 wild beast, his art becomes a danger to the unsuspecting mourners.
His aberrant behavior allows him to perform the pious deception of feelings. He profits with hard cash that he easily deprives from his victims, defying all principles of professional ethics, and justifies himself because he even comes to believe his own lies. Brian Leslie Weiss, M. Professor emeritus at the University of Miami-Florida. Harbinger of his fraudulent past lifes or placebo effect therapy.
Author of books related about the contrived fiction of reincarnation, addressed by him through psychiatric experiences narrated by his patients under hypnosis, spawning the monstrous contraption that he has called past life regression therapy or past lives to heal traumas occurred in previous lives.
The fables of Dr. Weiss refer the first experience of his self-regression that started in Alexandria, Egypt in the twentieth century B. The following year, in , Dr. Weiss published his obituary-like story, thereby initiating their greedy criminal career. Inconsistent with the medical profession, the above holds with arrogant deceitfulness, being Babylonian priest, and have helped the disciples of Christ after his death on the Cross.
He also represents that in other lives closer in time, he was a Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim holy man; as well as a Catholic priest in Scotland, and suffered torture and death by the ecclesiastical court of the Inquisition in Dublin.
The gentleman of industry must had to deceive himself first in order to deceive others. In the macabre humbug of this psychiatrist, his first patient —a 28 year old Catholic woman named Catherine, from New England, USA— whom he tried for over a year, not only recalled under hypnosis many of her lives but retroceded four thousand years to a past life in the Near East; in another of her lives first was a child in Ukraine and an eighteenth—century Spanish prostitute, and in another, a Greek who lived some centuries after the one she lived in the Near East.