Cryptocriminology belongs to the dark, insidious and dangerous side of human nature. It is a tension of humanistic tendencies that transcend the boundaries of civility in cruelty. This is an area of “practical criminology” that applies in the real world, where human behavior challenges profiling, prediction, and accurate definition. Such research descends into the depths of human depravity, into the dark dungeons of mental chaos. Why in modern science there are no useful, effective and effective means of explaining all possibilities. Myth, magic and metaphor are, of course, allusions that are constantly present in this area of discussion. In a sense, it is a study of human evil and all its inherent manifestations. And, on the other hand, cryptocriminology is trying to unravel the mystery of why people commit crimes. It’s an assessment of criminal behavior to enter the quaint landscape of human perversion that fuels crime. The search for contemporary explanations also includes an emphasis on the influence of “gothic metaphors” in literature, films and other media. Thus, “cryptocurrency” refers to the hidden, secret and undisclosed. Like the word Gothic, it refers to primitive and original notions of human nature. A world of howing paranormal werewolves, dreams of death and demonic influences. It is an underground state of mind of monstrous meanings, vampire violence and insidious cruelty.
In such aspects of research there is a term cryptozoology. This often refers to the search for unknown or missing “animal” life forms. From here we can extrapolate that “cryptography” suggests the hidden, secret and mysterious nature of living beings. Through communication there are also elements of cognition, study and understanding of unexplained phenomena. This term is well associated with criminology. To this day we have many so-called schools of thought. None of them gives a satisfactory explanation. This has led to deception in social policy, public confusion and failures in the criminal justice system. The fact merges with fiction, and modern society is fraught with an inadequate pursuit of illusions and inventions.
Although the truth is hidden in lies, metaphors claim that their presence is met with obvious explanations. The more we mark, identify and profile people, the harder it becomes to understand criminal committees. Thus, the pursuit of the inexplicable nature of man follows the mysterious paths of stunning events, bizarre incidents and heinous acts of promiscuity. “Crypto” pursues a gloomy spirit, especially in terms of primitive existence, selectivity of events and criminal causality. People make a conscious choice in favor of committing crimes. Even the most heinous acts of violence are planned and carried out with unique logic and rationality. However, when this happens, we are in awe, shock and horror. Perhaps it is because we see ourselves in violence, aggression and destruction. In this sense, cryptocriminology is presented as a mental mechanism for studying deviant behavior. And therefore behavior that leads to injury, injury and death. By studying the eerie, confusing and complex nature of criminology, we discover its tempting connection with gothic ideas about fables, legends and allegorics. Suffice it to say that the mysterious, gloomy, gloomy mental process of human behavior remains elusive in many areas of “false learning.”
In particular, the nature of evil eludes the accuracy of the final understanding or specificity of the prediction. It remains dark and buried in myths, magic and dreams. Thus, in the field of practical criminological issues, we are looking for alternatives at a multidimensional level. Alleys of hunting foreshadowed the avant-garde capers on the border of exotic, supernatural and Gothic. Or, better, the ever-expanding world of “cryptocriminology.” These brain processes deal with eternal war to balance the struggle between good and evil. Myth, magic and metaphor arise in the watery illusions of mental deviations. We believe that we are also taking action. To know, to be and to do is human nature. When we fantasize, we also want to touch, feel and feel the manifestations of our creativity. Pass this from one dimension to another. Lift it from the psyche into the real world.
When we look at ourselves in the mirror, our mirror is a reflection of what the face of evil looks like. We’re criminals and we’re. The only difference is that some control their behavior, while others prefer not to. We’re the only shooter on a grassy hill. And we’re also werewolf hunters with silver bullets wading into our own wild imagination. In front of us ghosts, ghosts and ghosts huddled in the hidden caves of a special mirror of the brain, the spirit. Fantastic objects find their end result in impulses, desires and motives. Dark thoughts crave the joy of life and resistance to death. The study of crime, crime and crime must never stop with the search for boundless twists of human thought. Cryptocriminology claims to be an evolving basis for the study of dark and deep projections of thought. And in this eternal search, our magic tactics become one of the answers, and this is the last question. Is that whoever did this? Or is that why it’s done? If so, why?
To answer the question of fundamental research, we turn the pages of the main continuum to who, what, why, where, when and how? Open, interdisciplinary and logical, we must take into account the harm we receive following careful research efforts, ideas and intuition. This mysterious study makes people be shy and crazy. If, as some suggest, we are mind hunters. And the mind is an illusion that the brain conjures up. Aren’t we really looking for something that doesn’t exist? The appearance of the abyss of human thinking, deep in the caves of brain processes? We are amazed, from religion to science and everything in between. The questions remain unanswered in search of a better understanding of human personalities, motivations and inclinations. Through dreams and fantasies we create our inner world, which changes at a constant rate. Identification of deviant behavior becomes the subject of well-founded speculations and guesses. We can’t understand most of them. Vast expanses of secrecy confuse scientists, priests, the press and politicians.