Power Mongers

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Power Mongers are the polar opposite of real leadership. This type of person uses coercion as a basic tool to get what they want. A power monger uses deception to gain power, not trusting they will get what they want from others. A power monger doesn’t recognize God-given rights, but only the privileges that he or she decides to grant, usually to those most likely to return political favors (money, votes, support). A power monger can coerce at any level from family relationships to international connections, but those with an appetite for power generally seek it over a larger and larger circle of underlings.

A power monger sees themselves as elite and superior over the other lower beings, as opposed to seeing themselves among fellow citizens as a benevolent leader would. A power monger doesn’t avoid chaos, but rather purposefully creates chaos as an opportunity to cause more people to succumb to the desire for protection and a false sense of security, which they will offer. (See Problem, Reaction and Deceitful Solution) A power monger is selfish or Service to Self, doing good for others only if it will increase their personal power and status.

Predatorial in Nature

Many awakened Starseeds and Indigos are not inherently manipulators, deceivers or Power Mongers, as they have come from more advanced civilizations. As a result our group tends to be even more naïve to the hidden motivations, deceit and complex psycho-emotional manipulation tactics that are used on the earth to maintain power. When we do not understand the scheming motivations and deliberate Divide and Conquer Tactics that are behind psychopathic behavior, we can be blindsided by the negative forces that are generated in deceptive and secretive agendas. There are dark forces in the world that take advantage of our emotional weaknesses and lack of knowledge in order to harvest negative emotional energy and further enslave human consciousness.

Consequently, in order to perceive the harmful motivations behind the extensively pre-planned line of attack and schemes that are used by those who are predatorial in nature, we must study Divide and Conquer strategies.

On planet earth we have humans and nonhumans that are predatorial by nature and seek to completely dominate, enslave and even kill other people they believe to be weaker than themselves. Many of these predatorial people are Power Mongers that may call themselves leaders, but they are really the polar opposite. The definition of a leader is to be of service to the collective group, to something larger than self interest. Power Mongers use extensive manipulation and Psychological Warfare strategies to get what they want from others. They use coercion and intimidation as basic tools to syphon energy and resources.

The more famous a person’s images, the more initial’s behind their name, or the more wealth they have, somehow that person is considered credible and influential as if what they say matters. This is followed by the masses, many times without merit. By portraying dominating, narcissistic or superficially charismatic personalities as desirable traits that have access to powerful authority, expertise and wealth, these types of people are assumed to be instantly credible no matter what their true character or their real actions behind the scenes. CEO’s, salespeople, tyrants, religious leaders, scientists as well as celebrities are aware that Credibility is measured only by how other people perceive them, and what organizations they are associated with that are also believed to be credible, and that it does not actually matter what is accurate or true. If they are perceived to be credible but regularly engage in unethical actions without consequences, there is no incentive to build real credibility or merit. This is a cause for the meteoric rise in Workplace Psychopaths being promoted to manage the Inverted Systems of control. Credibility through demonstrated actions doesn’t matter in the workplace and in governments it is only the marketed perception of credibility that actually matters.

Therefore power hungry people are more duplicitous to gain favor with others through False Impressions and charisma, seeking to increase their credibility through emotional manipulation, rather than upon personal merit and actual trustworthiness. Charismatic People tend to use charm and seduction to superficially manipulate others to satisfy their selfish agendas, which characterizes a deceptive person. This kind of person will act as if something is true even when it’s not true, in order to get others to believe their deception so that they get what they want. Most people do not want to believe that a charismatic and likable person is lying directly to their face, so the manipulator actually acts as if it were true, so others will assume their deception is actually the truth. Obviously it’s not true, just because they act as if it were. This is the delusional behavior of Sociopaths.[1]


See Also

Basic Principles of Psychological Warfare

Divide and Conquer Tactics