From what little I managed to gather, it appears to me that every hallucination character or voice in the head acts in one of the following two ways.
- They threaten the victim.
- They argue with the victim.
In my case my voices often try to rationalise and justify their presence, and my delusions, much like many other victims report.
For a long time I believed that if indeed voices tell me something that I am opposed to, then it must mean that their source is another entity. Otherwise I would have only imagined company that is pleasant to me.
It is observed that those who suffered head traumas become more aggressive in time. Even banal headaches, teeth pain, eye pain, ear pain, result in a very irritable subject (I know from personal experience). They theorise that increased aggression is a self-defense mechanism triggered by the body in reaction to damage.
My question is, are there similar theories that explain the reason as to why hallucinations from different victims share traits?