“Anatomy of a Psychopath” – Thomas Sheridan

This is a very interesting interview from the Alchemy Radio channel with John Gibbons which someone sent to me last week.  Most psychopaths are not violent or killers, they are predators and parasites.  They are incurable.  They are expert at drawing people in with their tales of horrible woe and twisted tales of mistreatment by others.  They do not tell the truth.  The have no conscience and are considered to be soulless.  They can play the victim to the hilt and shift into and out of different personality facades on cue; whatever is needed to get what they want from other people.


A quote for today from elsewhere and not related to the above video but it sure is applicable to the times we are in:


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6 Responses to “Anatomy of a Psychopath” – Thomas Sheridan

  1. pollyann says:

    They will cause chemical changes in the people they have targeted (compassionate, empathic types). They will destroy other people then move on to the next person. Yes, I know. “Puzzling People – The Labyrinth of the Psychopath.” (http://youtu.be/mtTmzv34pz8)

  2. pollyann says:

    I listened to it twice. I think he nailed it.

  3. Salty says:

    Thanks for posting this Polly 🙂 I thoroughly enjoyed the interview. I’ve listened to him before but this interview may be the best one.

  4. pollyann says:

    He had a lot to say in that interview and made his concepts very clear and easy to understand.

  5. Salty says:

    I haven’t listened yet but I’m looking forward to it and I will when I have time.
    I was looking around his very interesting website. He’s a talented artist too.

    Good quote!

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