Friday, June 17, 2016

The Forensics Of Sacrifice

Crimes typically associated with ritual violence include: trespassing, vandalism, church desecration, theft, graffiti, arson, extortion, suicide, kidnapping, ritual abuse, animal sacrifice, and ritual murder. Trespassing related to ritualistic crime usually involves persons entering private areas such as woods, barns, and abandoned buildings for the purpose of having an isolated place to worship. Since most occult theologies are nature based, rituals are frequently held outdoors and altars are often constructed of natural elements. Vandalism most often associated with occult crime includes cemetery and church desecration. The most common types of cemetery desecration attributed to occult groups are digging up graves, grave robbing, and tampering with human corpses or skeletons. This is frequently motivated by religious beliefs that require human bones to fulfill specific rituals.

5 comments:

Jay's Shadow said...

My daughter is going to go to school and study forensics.

If she actually goes full throttle into the field and makes it a career, I'll want to know every case she's on and what her findings are.

Why didn't I think about going into forensics.........

Hopsy the beer drinking clown said...

Thank you posting the test source, Rot! Looks like I got some reading to do.

Rot said...

Welcome, Hopsy!
Just checked out your blog...LOVE IT

Hopsy the beer drinking clown said...

Thanks so much Rot! I have been keeping busy since I turned off the Embalmer's Nightmare blog a few years ago, but now I am back at it with new material! Thanks again!

girl6 said...

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i'm in her fan club now. : )