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Robert Greene, who reveals the methods of attaining Power and Seduction, writes as if he’s the devil’s scribe. 

 

From Seduction

 

Use the power of words to sow confusion

 

“It is hard to make people listen; they are consumed with their own thoughts and desires, and have little time for yours.  The trick to making them listen is to say what they want to hear, to fill their ears with whatever is pleasant to them.  This is the essence of seductive language.  Inflame people’s emotions with loaded phrases, flatter them, comfort their insecurities, envelop them in fantasies, sweet words, and promises, and not only will they listen to you, they will lose their will to resist you.  Keep your language vague, letting them read into it what they want.  Use writing to stir up fantasies and to create an idealized portrait of yourself.”

 

“Flattery is seductive language in its purest form.  It’s purpose is not to express  a truth or a real feeling, but only to create an effect on the recipient.  Learn to aim your flattery directly at a person’s insecurities.” 

 

“Promise something realizable, something possible, but don’t make it too specific; you are inviting them to dream.  Do not discuss how it will be accomplished; speak as if it already existed, somewhere in the future. Lift people’s thoughts into the clouds and they will relax, their defenses will come down, and it will be easier to lead them astray.”

 

“Learn the hypnotist’s lessons of repetition and affirmation, key elements in putting a subject to sleep.  Ideas can be permanently implanted in people’s unconscious simply by being repeated often enough.”

 

“Seductive language should have a kind of boldness, which will cover up a multitude of sins.  Your audience will be so caught up in your bold language that they won’t have time to reflect on whether or not it is true.”

 

“As a seducer you want diabolic language.  Diabolic means to throw things apart, in this case words and reality.”

 

Now check out this Q and A and see if you can identify any of the techniques described above.  

 

https://www.getwisdom.com/question/a-viewer-asks-the-creator-with-whom-karl-mollison-communicates-has-acknowledged-an-entity-higher-than-itself-in-light-of-this-who-or-what-has-created-the-creator-with-whom-karl-com/

 

Proverbs 18:21

“Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.”

 

 

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Previous Generations Could See The Astral Field

"Green with Envy"

"I'm feeling Blue"

... why do people say this?  Using colours?  Can they see emotions as colours?  Can they see the energy?
In the old days they would say someone is Liverish or Spleenic, they knew that keeping the kidneys warm in the winter keeps you warm - they knew about organ energies.  And yes they could see the colour of emotions, which is seeing the Astral dimension.  Like being able to see the Qi around the body.

Today they cannot see it anymore.

Even the words are being removed from the language by the insincere dumb fucks who run the world and are trying to shrink human experience to the size of a gnat.

 

In the English language, the word "ship" was once feminine.  "She sails out of the harbour."  People used to understand the correct visions of the polarities of sex, male and female.  No longer, the genders have been removed from the language.

Nobody says "liverish" any more either.

People are deteriorating, soon they won't be able to tell if they exist, or if there is a difference between 'me' and the mainstream media.

 

There is no try

I have a good book about how to use words ... The Language Codes by R.Neville Johnson.

For instance people say ... "Okay I'll try" ... which means what?  Either you do it or you don't do it.

It's very dis-empowering to talk like that.

 

As people are they have fallen away from the sensitivity to life.  They live a smaller lower weaker cowardly life.  They have lost their powers and their sanity, and their souls.

 

The Politics of Experience

This was a very important book by R.D.Laing a radical psychoanlyst from the 60s who was convinced that society was brainwashing people to be sick.

The title of the book means that political forces are trying to change what you experience, to prevent you from seeing truth.

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The elite universities understand the power of language over society and were at work redefining terms and inventing new language to fit their radical agenda for decades.  It seemed too ridiculous to take seriously at the time, but now we see the effects:  total gibberish and absurdities taking the place of coherent speech and rational thought.  

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1 hour ago, rideforever said:

Astral dimension

Curious, if you please:  So the astral dimension was once a part of every day reality?  Where does one distinguish between this and imagination and delusion?  Is it mainly visual or auditory as well?  Is the dreaming state a part of this?  Do drugs play a part?  

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8 hours ago, Michi713 said:

Curious, if you please:

 

Well you experience what you are taught and helped to experience.  Some people see many colours, some few.  Some feel God, some don't.  All according to society, if society is coarse then you experience only coarse loud things, if society is refine you experience refined things.

So your contact with reality is not based on your senses, but which of your senses have been used and activated by your education.

Something like that.

In the older books we can see that people had a wide field of experiencing reality, and I think even today it is narrowing further and further.

There are forces that always contract things, they are forces of degeneration that always exist, they continously challenge us.

And we must continue to grow to push through.

What human beings see in the world ... they see what they have been taught to see, using the senses they have been taught to use.  Everything else is unknown.

Whenever you use one of your functions ... it needs to be learned and experimented with ... for instance, thinking can be wrong stupid and delusional ... but through good education you learn to use it.  Same with sexual feelings, you have to learn what they mean and when to act on them.  Same with all senses and faculties.

Personally I do Qigong, and it is the same ... there are many ways to be delusional about qigong, but you can learn.

 

Reaction Time

I remember reading a study over about 70 years that showed that the reaction time of people has vastly diminished since Victorian times ... people are slower, dumber, duller.  And reaction time - physical motor skills ... is a measure of IQ, it is strongly correlated with IQ.   Or another way of saying it, intelligence begins in the body.

 

George Orwelll's English

He is a famous for writing 1984 and Animal Farm ... but he also wrote about using English.  How people these days (must have been in the 50s he said it) have stopped using language properly, instead they borrow ready made expressions like "at the end of the day" ... or "off the shelf" .... or "the grass is always greener".   People have started to borrow words rather than taking care to express themselves.   It is another sign of laziness and stupidization, and degeneration.

 

Ultra Violet

I read recently that human eyes can actually see the UV spectrum (it looks very bright white with a tinge of purple) ... and also that the rods cells in the eyes do not just see black and white but have some faint colour in it.  The body is a very powerful and .... unknown instrument.  It has many hidden powers.

 

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10 hours ago, rideforever said:

Previous Generations Could See The Astral Field

"Green with Envy"

"I'm feeling Blue"

... why do people say this?  Using colours?  Can they see emotions as colours?  Can they see the energy?
In the old days they would say someone is Liverish or Spleenic, they knew that keeping the kidneys warm in the winter keeps you warm - they knew about organ energies.  And yes they could see the colour of emotions, which is seeing the Astral dimension.  Like being able to see the Qi around the body.

 

This is interesting, I reckon this is how Jesus knew what certain people were like, i.e sick, jealous, sad, hatred, loving etc

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10 hours ago, Steph said:

It's still a part of everyday reality. People are blind to it.

So we’ve got chopping up words and inventing new words and phrases (micro aggression, alone together), altering how we interact with one another (Internet), and now eliminating the act of reading facial expressions.  What is this doing to our basic thought processes and our access to our subconscious?  
 

By chopping up words you chop up thoughts and what is left is fragments, bits and pieces.  I can see that in some people’s writing.  The internet has elevated superficial interaction over meaningful, and we have yet to see the full effect of masking.

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14 hours ago, rideforever said:

sexual feelings, you have to learn what they mean and when to act on them


Ok anyone who can answer this:

So you have three sexy people, out of control, all want to channel it into something constructive.  The 1st one uses distraction, they think about baseball.  The second goes Latin dancing, the merengue, the cha-cha.  The third sits down and tries to do some kundalini stuff and moves it up from their area to the top of their head.  Which one is doing something constructive? 

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11 minutes ago, Michi713 said:


Ok anyone who can answer this:

So you have three sexy people, out of control, all want to channel it into something constructive.  The 1st one uses distraction, they think about baseball.  The second goes Latin dancing, the merengue, the cha-cha.  The third sits down and tries to do some kundalini stuff and moves it up from their area to the top of their head.  Which one is doing something constructive? 

 

None of the above. One must manifest their thoughts into actions. If you want to get to be constructive, talk to them using the power of words as quoted above. Bear in mind however that knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens. One whom talks alot about themselves more than they listen is in ego mind.

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2 hours ago, kestrel said:

 

None of the above. One must manifest their thoughts into actions. If you want to get to be constructive, talk to them using the power of words as quoted above. Bear in mind however that knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens. One whom talks alot about themselves more than they listen is in ego mind.

No no no no no!  Which way is the best way to calm their overactive libido down?  Asking for a friend.

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6 hours ago, Michi713 said:

chopping up words and inventing new words and phrases (micro aggression, alone together)

I contrafide with you that the inventing of words is in itself an aggression. All the words in the world were invented, many by chopping up other words to create new words. CONTRA - against, FIDE - shared faith in something. At one time words like contrast did not exist and someone made up a word to describe it. Its so ordinary to say that day contrasts with night and the day sky contrasts with the horizon. The meaning of the word exists regardless of whether the word existed or not. George Orwell posits theres a thing he calls nu-english where the controllers of culture attempt to delete words so the public have great difficulty communicating. I have witnessed in my 47 years that this is acually going on. I am more grieved at the deletion and perversion of words than I am at the invention of new words to describe the meaning of things which are more simply. Rather than being in contrafidelity over the invention of words, I would rather we were like
Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra when the walls fell (in fidelity). A new word to describe a thing that is or can be is very welcome especially in a world where not everyone is "like Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra when the walls fell as the world is like the republic senate being transformed into an imperial dominion by Chancellor Valorum". Thats a lot of words to say not everyone "is in unity as fascism rises". The easier it is to convey a meaning, the better.

 

7 hours ago, Michi713 said:

altering how we interact with one another

You just cant punch a keyboard warrior in the face for expressing truths you dont want people to hear like you could in the old days. Things like facebook are making sure those who dont want free speech can all be identified by phone numbers (and covid-19 uuids so liars and frauds can make everyone but themselves accountable for speaking truths they want deleted. The internet beyond their chosen prison must not exist, because if they ever find it, they will destroy it and turn it into their own ignorant and self-deceiving hell.

 

7 hours ago, Michi713 said:

doing to our basic thought processes and our access to our subconscious

It is in someway deprogramming you from television induced psychological delusions, and in some part programming you to remain in anxious rejection of your spiritual life.

 

8 hours ago, Michi713 said:

superficial interaction over meaningful

You are lucky if you have people you can just be yourself with. My oaxsters smell like last nights casserole dish and I haven't shaved in three days, do my farts smell better when Im wearing a snazzy business suit? Interestingly they seem to.

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@Steph Thanks. Now since you’re sexy, maybe you can answer this question properly:

 

So you have three sexy people, out of control, all want to channel it into something constructive.  The 1st one uses distraction, they think about baseball.  The second goes Latin dancing, the merengue, the cha-cha.  The third sits down and tries to do some kundalini stuff and moves it up from their area to the top of their head.  Which one is doing something constructive? 

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Yeah my nympho friend used to go salsa dancing all night for that very reason.  
 

 I read something like this and thought maybe, maybe not:
 

“Because it sits at your base chakra, the kundalini powerhouse is also strongly expressed and moves as sexual energy. It connects strongly to Tantra where your sexual energy is welcomed and channelled for spiritual/personal/relationship growth.”
 

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7 hours ago, Michi713 said:


Ok anyone who can answer this:

So you have three sexy people, out of control, all want to channel it into something constructive.  The 1st one uses distraction, they think about baseball.  The second goes Latin dancing, the merengue, the cha-cha.  The third sits down and tries to do some kundalini stuff and moves it up from their area to the top of their head.  Which one is doing something constructive? 

faulty premise.

 

fucking is natural, it should be encouraged over the unnatural, like working for money

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When a topic is built on lies and many liars support the lie the leaven for that is grain of truth. Most liars have that in them that is used as an exploitation device.

When the US sends somebody to the UN the sermon starts off with some crimes against humanity that 'most likely' took place and that gives the speaker the right emotion. Then they get the guilty person wrong every single time because that is what liars do and in that setting that is how they are able to lie and then leave in a big huff.

The UN (as we know it) hasn't even touched UN 181 from 1948 even thought that is why it was even created.

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Some words in every day use with interesting connotations:

 

1.  ‘GOVERNMENT’

 

‘GOVERN’ – CONTROL

‘MENT’ - from Latin menteMIND

 

Our Governments have one thing on their mind – ours.....

(MENTAL hospitals treat people with troubled MINDS)

 

2. 'SOVEREIGN' - literally means to reign from above.

 

This is why the Monarch of a country is referred to as 'Your HIGHNESS'

 

Even the word 'MON ARCH' can be construed as OVER ARCHING by a single entity.

 

3. 'STAMP' - Germanic in origin - 'STAMPFEN' - to stamp with the foot.

 

Stamps used to require licking before being placed on envelopes.....

 

The American 'ACT OF THE STAMP' in 1765 was the pre-cursor to the 'AMERICAN REVOLUTION'.

 

4. REVOLUTION - control of a country goes in one BIG CIRCLE back to the people who who were controlling it in the first place.

 

5. 'UNDERSTAND' - to stand under the people who are controlling you.

 

This is why you should NEVER acknowledge authority by saying you 'UNDER STAND' them - try it....

 

6. 'POPE' - derived from the the Greek PAPAS - Father. The Pope talks to GOD everyday so he is 'THE GOD FATHER'

 

7. 'PAYPAL' - a nod to ROME and the CATHOLIC CHURCH - PAPAL(this is NOT a joke)

 

 

There are plenty more examples when you start looking.

 

(Also, we shouldn't forget that we SPELL words...)

 

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