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13 thoughts on “Evil

  1. Twilight says:

    Love the new cover HG!

    What is evil?
    How does one recognize it before it is to late?
    How does one overcome it?

    Answers to those and many more questions can be provided by HG Tudor.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you Twilight, pleased you love it.

    2. Renarde says:

      Except he hasn’t answered your very good questions. Namely, what is Evil? Does it really exist? Is it a construct? Can homo sapiens truly be evil or are they acting out predetermined and programmed structures?

      Is that evil in itself or are they running the ‘Evil Lite’ program?

      In other words, can we do evil but be unware that our actions are evil?

      1. HG Tudor says:

        Answered previously.

  2. Renarde says:

    Hmm HG, I’m having a massive brain fart about this book. I just don’t think I’ve read it. So much so I thought it was new but I can see it’s not.

    Evil is such a pejorative term. So, may I ask… Do you honestly consider yourself (and by extension your kind) as ‘Evil’? That strikes me as a singularly Judaeo-Christian construct.

    I’m going to mix in another of your books here, SATN. I’m pretty extreme (yeah) and when I am with someone new I always have a set of questions I like to ask. The first one is usually, ‘Have you ever used a prostitute? You can see their eyes widen. I can hear their thoughts, ‘How on earth do I answer that! What a loaded question!’ I always add on ‘there are no right or wrong answers’. Then they sing like the proverbial canary.

    Having ascertained their level of deviancy (NOT via the prostitute question NS before you clutch your pearls, the Pro question is a gateway question. Once that is asked, all manner of stuff comes tumbling out of the woodwork), I then throw in one of my fantasies. Sex on an altar.

    No man ever has taken me up on that offer.

    When I question why it’s usually variations on a theme. Don’t want to offend people. It’s their beliefs etc etc…Three times I have asked that question to different men. Three times I have been refused.

    This makes me think, ‘Hang on sunshine! You are a narc. You are ipso facto your own fucking deity. Why do you care about some mythical ‘sky god’?’ But yet, I truly think they do. I had wondered if it was fear of getting caught but considering the shenanigans narcs get up to (fucking in the workplace on duty, outdoor sex, exhibitionism, dogging – things that I would consider outre frankly and can really get you seriously fucked) … well, I’m left with a conundrum.

    When I do receive my answer, I never badger or cajole them in a way that narcs will want to test a boundary. I just ask ‘Why not?’ I then drop the matter.

    Please resolve my conundrum HG! It’s been bugging me for years!

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Facade management and the need for control – it is your suggestion and they feel controlled, thus they reject it.

      1. Renarde says:

        After I posted that to you, I tried to imagine your response.

        We are in agreement.

        Ren approves x

      2. Alexissmith2016 says:

        Ooooh very, very timely. I literally needed to know this right now.

        Anything at our suggestion is seen as control which they must reject.

        So simple, so very simple. Yet my brain is not as efficient as yours and I look to you to spell these things out.

        1. And would they still feel this even during early stages of a NISS friendship?

        2. I reject control too though. Is that normal for an empath? I need very careful management haha

        1. HG Tudor says:

          If there was no alternative to gaining control, yes.

          Yes but you do it for different reasons and not in the circumstances that we do.

          1. alexissmith2016 says:

            Lovely. thank you so much HG and phew to No.2.

          2. Renarde says:

            Rejecting control is a very good thing Alexis.

            A very wise man said once to me; Always on YOUR terms. Always.

            So I ask you, what can you now do in your life that brings control to you.

  3. deniseisdone says:

    A must read!! Prepare yourself for the cold hard truth of what you’ve been dealing with! This book started me on my road to recovery – YES there were times I had to put it down just to absorb what I had read and then cry! Do YOURSELF a favor, buck up and READ THIS BOOK!

    1. Renarde says:

      Great review Denise. That needs to go on Amazon!

      Damn. I really need to write the SATN review.

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