This 1967 classroom experiment proved how easy it was for Americans to become Nazis.
What Is a Psychopath? Special Research Project of the Quantum Future School (cassiopaea) Imagine – if you can – not…
Twenty years ago, a newspaper headline asked the question: “What’s the difference between a politician and a psychopath?” The answer, then and now, remains the same: None.
Gaslighting occurs when a person you trust to tell you the truth about reality, is, in fact, bending reality with lies.
Gaslighting is a term coined from the 1938 stage play “Gaslight” where a husband attempts to convince his wife that she is crazy when she notices the dimming of the lights in the house whenever he uses the gas lights in the attic. He attempts to convince her that it is her memory that is at fault and she is simply imagining the dimming of the lights.
Spooks now use technology in Baghdad that was “proven” on one million dead Africans in Rwanda
A narcissist is someone who has become hypnotized and entranced by their own inflated self-image. They have become so self-absorbed, that not only are they not in a genuine relationship with others, but they relate to others (including the environment) as objects to satisfy their own need for self-aggrandizement. A “malignant” narcissist, however, is a narcissist who reacts sadistically to others who don’t support and enable their narcissism. Ultimately, a malignant narcissist wants to annihilate anyone who in any way threatens their illusory self-image and self-serving agenda.
“At the heart of resilience is a belief in oneself—yet also a belief in something larger than oneself.
The spiritual supporting pillars of the world’s societal structure were essentially demolished on 9/11…symbolically, allegorically, ritualistically and literally.
Asch Conformity Experiments: The Asch conformity experiments were a series of studies published in the 1950s that demonstrated the power of conformity in groups. These are also known as the “Asch Paradigm”.
A USC study has found the first proof of structural brain abnormalities in people who habitually lie, cheat and manipulate others.
We now live in a society that promotes self-entitlement and selfish pursuits to such an extent that words such as responsibility and compassion no longer apply. Increasingly we are producing damaged people in society who are cut off from their feelings, have no moral fiber, hide behind deceptive images and falsely manipulated personalities in order to control, exploit and abuse others, without remorse.
In order to understand the role of psychopathy in the generation of what we might call evil, it is useful to take a look first at some of the research on the problem.
Grace and courage are not attributed to the narcissist at any age – the lack of these virtues becomes all the more apparent as they grow old.
How can they be evil and not designated as criminals? The Key lies in the word “designated.” They are criminals in that they commit “crimes” against life and liveliness. But except in rare instances – such as the case of a Hitler – when they might achieve extraordinary degrees of political power that remove them from ordinary restraints, their “crimes” are so subtle and covert that they cannot be designated as crimes.” –The Malignant Narcissist as described by M. Scott Peck in People of the Lie.
Beginning immediately after World War II and continuing in the decades after the imposition of Soviet dictatorship on the countries of Eastern Europe, a group of scientists – primarily Polish, Czech, and Hungarian – secretly collaborated on a scientific study of the nature of totalitarianism. Blocked by the State Security Services from contact with the West, their work remained secret, even while American researchers like Hervey Cleckley and Gustave Gilbert were struggling with the same questions.1 The last known living member of this group, a Polish psychologist and expert on psychopathy named Andrzej Łobaczewski (1921-2007), would eventually name their new science – a synthesis of psychological, psychiatric, sociological, and historical studies – “ponerology”, a term he borrowed from the priests of the Benedictine Abbey in the historic Polish village of Tyniec. Derived from poneros in New Testament Greek, the word suggests an inborn evil with a corrupting influence, a fitting description of psychopathy and its social effects.
The use of an inner, or esoteric, language to intentionally deceive is a trademark characteristic of the psychopathic personality or a psychopathically dominated group. This is nicely summarized in Andrew M. Lobaczewski’s Political Ponerology: A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes (1998) :
Global Elitists tend to see themselves as a separate breed of human being; a superior class with superior faculties, and thus, born to “rule” over the rest of us.
Mark Passio is a former member of various dark occult organizations who realized at some point that he could not agree with their belief system, or their ultimate goals, although they are correct in some of what they say about the general public, who are referred to as “the dead”.
Monarch Programming is a method of mind control used by numerous organizations for covert purposes. It is a continuation of project MK-ULTRA, a mind-control program developed by the CIA, and tested on the military and civilians.