Werewolves have a soul?
Buddy and readers,
My statement on werewolves being under command directly by the devil may not be true, but, if the devil rules all evil and the werewolf is evil, whomever is directing him is pure evil and thus closely commanded by the devil. What I am saying is that if Mr. Werewolf is not commanded by the devil, the evil that does command the “person” commanding him is controlled by the devil. Kind of confusing?
I’m quite certain we can agree that when the Mr. Werewolf does bite a human that the person will be infected by the disease of the werewolf regardless of whether it is a female or male werewolf to be, this transformation will be done in no time! Movies just like to drag it out to show off their cgi and maybe make the movie longer.
Now, under the transformation by the full moon – The rabid dog is our example, yes he is physically the same dog as before, but when you look into his eyes can you “feel” his soul? I think not, so please tell me where his soul is and what it is doing? Perhaps while the werewolf is under possession of the werewolf “disease” of the full moon his soul would leave and then return to him while Mr. Werewolf returns to his human state. I don’t think we can base this on whether animals have a soul or not, a dog, cat, etc…This is a rather grueling debate among many stories and philosophers. We have to base this on pure evil. Does the devil and his associates have a soul?
If you can tell me that you can look into Mr. Werwolves eyes and find a soul then I will agree he has one.
Fact: The evil of a werewolf is unnecessary and in no way benefits humans.
Fact: The evil of the werewolf does not teach us that “oh, there is! evil out there.”
Fact: The evil of the werewolf is an anomaly caused by the devil which teaches us nothing.
We need to agree on this part of the werewolf transformation without digging out stories that have already been told about werewolves. Then we can continue the sequence of events on how the animal will transform.