Rudeness and cruelty are due to a lack of experience or knowledge. These are stages that all individuals need to have gone through. The perfect people have this behind them: "Well, then you should have been from murderers, or whatever you want, to something… to have done something good. To have been through it all, and it takes a lot of incarnations."
Arlebrand (1992) writes: "Since occultism perceives everything in physical reality as manifestations of the divine, the existence of evil becomes a problem to explain" (p. 197). The author sets out a few different models of explanation within alternative spirituality: Evil can be seen as an illusion, as an energy that is in the wrong place, as an imbalance between cosmic principles, or simply as "the uncomfortably good."
With increasing age, it can be expected that the pressure off and awareness of the realities increases. The material contains some descriptions that give the impression that they are conspiracy theories, such as that the authorities cover up that we are visited by aliens, or that the security services of different countries cooperate to recover the reincarnated Adolf Hitler. Even more moderate criticism of or distrust of the establishment may have features of conspiracy theory. This seems to contradict other parts of the worldview that emphasize that it is the individual himself who creates his destiny and that no one else really has influence over this. Possibly that conspiracy theories and the like can be seen as projective phenomena that become a way of dealing with such elevated internal pressure. Muertos (2012, January 28) writes about some of the new national front figures, who have now reached middle age:
I suspect that what's going on is that New Age, now entering its third generation, has developed a theodicy. Now, this is a theological term, but it essentially means an explanation of the existence of evil – why bad things happen to good people. For some of those in the New Age milieu – Foster Gamble, David Icke, Whitley Strieber, Duncan Rhodes and others, all incidentally in middle age and with a long term involvement in the New Age milieu – an explanation is needed as why, if we've entered the Age of Aquarius, is the world less peaceful, equal and progressive than ever? Conspiracy theories offer such a theodicy – the New Age hasn't happened because evil people prevented it from happening (Muertos, January 28).
Vitz (1977) is in a similar way of thinking based on the promises of mental sovereignty that came, among other things, with humanistic psychology:
Second, as people aged, they realized that many of the things thought necessary for self-actualization would not be attainable in their lives. Besides interpersonal disasters, there were career failures, serious health problems, and many other disappointments. The discrepancy between the promised "high" of the Maslovian self-actualization or Jungian individuation and the reality of their lives created a vast disappointment and "credibility gap." The belief that psychology could make you happy, that it was the answer, began to fade (Vitz, 1977, Kindle location 2231).