This question is actually the same as the above: although this aspect is caused by her innate genes, it is more important: in fact, the influence of innate genes on her brutal character is often not so strong (for example, it may be the need for flesh and blood) , but not necessarily people) will get so serious, it is often "people raised bad". As mentioned above, "mutual domestication" is an important but neglected context. Although I want to introduce it in the next article, I can omit the first two books here: "The Curse" mentioned that the source of the belief in the black mother lies in the Yunnan region. The Dianmi Master's means of subsistence is the god of "maliciousness". In my opinion, it was not her original intention that Heimu became a "god of malice.
Master Dianmi raised her badly. They deliberately sacrificed her with violent bloody offerings, intensified her tyranny, and made her available to them. I don't know if you have noticed that the belief in the "Black Mother" in "Curse" itself is "Blessing and blessing, life and death are famous." That is to say, her blessing to you and her curse to you are one and number list two sides. However, did the Chen family, who have worshipped the black mother for generations, really get any "blessings"? Actually not. They have been hiding in the mountains all their lives, and their material conditions and mental state are neither rich nor noble, and they are even run down. 1 2 3 » Read the full text Don't want to paginate? Try our new service you may also like Reflecting on the relationship between human beings,
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