Thursday, August 25, 2016

What about cannibalism? (video)

Pat Macpherson, Seth Auberon, Wisdom Quarterly; Cannibal Corpse; Richest; Brooklyn Vegan
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Florida's Cannibal Corpse (Greg Cristman)
(Aug. 16, 2016) Austin Harrouff, a white 19-year-old Florida State University student is accused of murdering and cannibalizing 53-year-old Michelle Mishcon and 59-year-old John Stevens at their home in Tequesta in Martin County, Florida.

Austin the Cannibal was found biting into the man's face, who remains alive. Four police using Tazers and a trained attack dog were unable to stop the attack until most of the damage was already done. It did not occur to them to shoot the white cannibal, who used a knife to stab his victims first.

There's no telling how a person-of-color would have been treated by police for a fraction of the offenses observed by police.

"Kill or Become" (becoming is a technical Buddhist term for rebirth)

Nagas may be protectors or ogres.
The drugs flaka and "spice"/"bath salts" (marginally legal synthetic marijuana substitutes) are suspected. But temporary spirit possession seems more likely.

Ogres (yakkhas, rakshasas, nagas) of various sorts delight in eating human flesh, particularly in underground caverns where children and other missing persons are brought to be fed to beings who agree to stay hidden in exchange, though they come up and hunt their own game from time to time.

Why do reptilians (nagas and hybrid-humams), rakshasas (the negative variety of Sasquatches, and wolf-human hybrids mistakenly referred to as dogmen), and other ghouls do such things? They like the taste? They hate or are jealous of earthling humans?

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