Although badness has a place in creation, it is not the principal ruler of it. Or else we, being its worldly creatures, would not dislike it and its results but would agree with it. Directed against crime, this book is recommended reading for those who wish to solve crime in their own environment. Solving crime meaning in the sense of punishment and the process of healing following the harm inflicted, as well as in the sense of providing guidance on how the reader might avoid being a victim of crime in the future.ï¿½This is a personal investigation of today's society, studied in the light of traditions and beliefs of the past. Particular reference is made to crime and what can be done about crime-related issues in our own communities. Elske Mï¿½hlmann describes many aspects of the judicial systems exercised by our forefathers, including the division of provinces, the role of the monastic orders, beliefs pertaining to the activities of the Devil and so on. She also comments on fascism, alternative therapies, evolution and other social factors in relation to these matters. This is a thought-provoking book, driven by a passionate convictions of its author. It guarantees to provide a range of talking points as to the best way for our world to move forward in these difficult and obstacle-strewn areas.