I'm sure a lot of you remember this guy. For those who don't, he was a serial killer who would eat his victims and have sex with their corpses.
So what does this have to do with the price of tea in China you ask? Well, I'd like to know how the afterlife figures into this kind of behaviour.
We all come here with general life plans, and sometimes things like murder can be planned by us. True, it's never part of God's plan, but murder could be part of an individual's plan for both the perp and the victim.
But I have to wonder what kind of spiritual growth and learning could come from necrophilia and cannibalism. Do 2 souls ever get together before coming here and decide, "Hey, you can kill me, have sex with my dead body and then eat me, all for the purpose of learning love and forgiveness." I have a hard time reconciling this.
So then this kind of behaviour might simply boil down to a poor choice, and is actually off-track behaviour that is most definitely not part of the life plan. But let's face it - how many people do you know who kill people, have sex with the corpse, and then filet the heart as part of a 4-course meal?
It seems like this decision would be the result of severe mental illness and insanity. But what if this mental disease was planned into the individual's life? Or is it a case that a severe mental illness is planned into the life, but this individual made a poor choice to take it too far?