In a further attempt explain my psychological models and the difference between psychopathic and sociopathic brains. Psychopaths are externally incentivized, which means that their is something outside of themselves that they need or want. Sociopaths incentive themselves from inside. They do what they do out of a sense of morality, and responsibility or obligation or a desire to understand. Not all sociopaths are good sociopaths. Religion was created to control the bad sociopaths. Sociopaths are philosophical in nature, it is just that some sociopaths are not good philosophers, so authority had to be extracted from them in order so that they would not act on their worser demons.
The Egyptians, Greeks, and Hebrews recognized a religious “right of asylum,” protecting criminals (or those accused of crime) from legal action to some extent. This principle was later adopted by the established Christian church, and various rules developed to qualify for protection and just how much protection it was.
According to the Council of Orleans in 511, in the presence of Clovis I, asylum was granted to anyone who took refuge in a church, in its dependences or in the house of a bishop. This protection was given to murderers, thieves or people accused ofadultery. It also concerned fugitive slaves, who would however be handed back to their owners when their owners swore on the Bible not to be evil.
Religion was created as a moral science and as one progressed up the ladder, more authority, more god, was put back in them so that they had more freedom. I am not stating this arbitrarily, yoga is also a moral science, and Freemasonry in it’s true form is western yoga, I am willing to defend that position, I have copious amounts of evidence.
The Secret Societies were the religions back in the day. Pythagorean cults were the origins of western religion. Much wisdom and intelligence has been lost in the evolution.
The external incentivization of psychopaths is also obvious in their narrative and their behavior. Psychopaths are social climbers, which presupposes their attraction to a herd in which they can social climb. Sociopaths are more democratic and they like horizontal relationship not vertical relationship. Psychopaths conceal their real intentions from scrutiny and reveal themselves falsely. They hide from your threat filter by blending in. They don’t attract negative attention to themselves. If you ask a psychopath a question they will respond with whatever the most common answer is, blending into society, waiting for an opportunity to strike.
Psychopaths want something they shouldn’t have and don’t deserve that belongs to someone else, like power over them or to trespass your boundaries (rape) or use your resources to do their will. For this reason they conceal their intention and opportunistically bide their time. Psychopaths manipulate your emotions. The truth about what a psychopath says is based on the reaction they hope to elicit from you.
Ponder how much good has been done by monks and nuns for little or no money, only for the internal incentive of feeling good about themselves. For being able to serve others, teaching them, helping them, etc.