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Book details
  • Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
  • SubGenre:Abuse / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:286
  • eBook ISBN:9781905605415

Defeated Demons

Freedom from Consciousness Parasites in Psychopathic Society

by Thomas Sheridan

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Overview
Psychopaths are not human. Psychopaths will leave effusive and flattering comments on your social network page after you friend them. They will text you numerous times a day and call you on the phone just to hear your voice before they sleep. They continually quiz you about your sexual fantasies then enthusiastically promise to fulfil them all on the day you physically meet. Steadily and by degrees they build a comprehensive profile of you in order to create a blueprint for constructing a mirror-perfect soulmate persona and then, they claim you. They claim your heart, your energy, creativity, happiness, peace, sanity, strength and in some cases, all or most of your worldly goods. Then they begin to destroy you. Eternally hungry, forever empty, they never stop seeking the one thing that makes you human and the one thing they will always lack: your soul.
Description
Psychopaths are not human. Psychopaths will leave effusive and flattering comments on your social network page after you friend them. They will text you numerous times a day and call you on the phone just to hear your voice before they sleep. They continually quiz you about your sexual fantasies then enthusiastically promise to fulfil them all on the day you physically meet. Steadily and by degrees they build a comprehensive profile of you in order to create a blueprint for constructing a mirror-perfect soulmate persona and then, they claim you. They claim your heart, your energy, creativity, happiness, peace, sanity, strength and in some cases, all or most of your worldly goods. Then they begin to destroy you. Eternally hungry, forever empty, they never stop seeking the one thing that makes you human and the one thing they will always lack: your soul.
About the author
Raised in Dublin, Ireland, Thomas Sheridan is a professional artist currently living and working in south Sligo under the shadow of the Ox Mountains. After moving to New York in the mid 1980s, he became a rock musician playing with the influential Lower East Side goth/post-punk three piece The Children’s Zoo. Upon leaving the music business in the early 1990s, Thomas studied as a graphic designer and went on to enjoy a successful communications career with several Wall Street investment banks. Returning to Ireland to pursue his painting career in 1998, he began to write poetry, satirical essays, short stories and socio-political commentaries on subjects ranging from Irish politicians, to psychology, to media manipulation and the occult. These have been published in journals and books worldwide. Thomas Sheridan’s paintings have been described as vibrant, contemplative, poetic and soulful, with an underlying surrealist/symbolist nature. His inspiration is drawn from many sources, from the human condition within the real and emotional landscape, to the nature of reality and relationships. Thomas’ work is in private collections worldwide and he has been represented by several galleries. He has also taken part in exhibitions in Ireland and abroad. “My music, art and writing have been a life-long attempt to create a dialogue with the society and world around me and as a result, to implement a more meaningful dialogue with myself.”
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