LISA RENEE: “Child Psychopaths”

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“One question to always ask is who is benefiting from this violent anti-human strategy, such as having sex with children? Why and How is society creating an unprecedented number of Psychopaths? If a technologically advanced extradimensional race has decided to implement a gradual takeover of a planet and its inhabitants, what kind of anti-human strategy would it use? First they would look to how they could maximize the efficiency of the invasion process through generating accepted ways that severe abuse and trauma could be implemented on children in order to grow them into psychopathic, narcissistic and/or severely traumatized and fractured adults. When people are traumatized and abused by authority figures as young as possible, they are not empowered to expand consciousness nor able to grow into productive and healthy adults. Many of these people do not have a sense of self, feelings or conscience, and tend to mimic the abuse…

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LISA RENEE: “Possession”

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“Being possessed does not generally mean you are levitating off the bed or acting ‘demonic’. I have personally viewed many unconscious human beings totally unaware they are carrying Dead Energy, displaced entities, negative Alien Implants, unaware that they suffering from are Soul Fragmentation and/or soul disconnected and Mind Controlled to limit further consciousness expansion. Many people do not realize when they conjure demonics or satanic forces, they invite in Negative Aliens also, who will take advantage of that person through implants, siphoning, and a host of other issues concerning access to their human energy field or Lightbody. Once these entities are invited into the human body, they do not want to leave. Over time, they take over the mind and body to increase pain, will trick the person’s mind continually with delusions, may haunt and torment the person into black depression, addiction and misery, and they can be hard to…

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MICHELLE WALLING: “11 Signs That You May Need A Soul Shard Retrieval”

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Traumatic physical and emotional events can cause shards or pieces of our soul’s energy to fragment away. Soul loss is a mechanism which serves to protect us from unbearable suffering. These soul shards usually return back after a few hours or even days, but in some extreme cases these shards can stay fragmented. Soul shards can also be caused by a psychic attack from someone practicing black magic on us.

When we have an emotional trauma happen to us, we actually may leave a part of our energy “frozen” in that time or moment. This keeps us from actually being able to feel better and move on. If we do not “heal” or retrieve our energy several things can happen to these soul shards, but mostly they fall into these categories:

—A shard can become an entity of its own, a copy of you. This entity could wander off into…

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JACKSON MACKENZIE: “Signs You’re Arguing With A Psychopath”

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Psychopaths make up one percent of the general population.  Contrary to popular belief, most of them aren’t serial killers.

They’re manipulative people who intentionally cause harm to others without any sense of remorse or responsibility.

Psychopaths are social chameleons who can fit perfectly into any situation.

They are experts at morphing their identities to get what they want and mirroring others for money, sex, and — most commonly — attention.  Because of their ability to idealize others, psychopaths are often perceived as charming, innocent, and fun to unsuspecting onlookers and casual acquaintances.

But there is another side to them.

When they’re feeling threatened or bored, a psychopath’s true colors start to come out.  They draw you into arguments that are unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.  The argument usually stems from something hurtful or inappropriate they’ve done, but you’ll quickly find that you’re the one defending yourself.

It’s sort of like good cop, bad cop, demented cop, stalker cop, scary cop, baby cop.

Here are 6 warning signs that the person you’re arguing with is a psychopath and it’s time to disengage.

1.  They lie and make excuses.

Everyone messes up every now and then, but psychopaths recite excuses more often than they follow through with promises.  Their actions never match up with their words and their lies disappoint you so frequently that you actually feel relieved when they do something halfway decent.  They’ve conditioned you to become grateful for mediocre treatment.

2.  Their tone is condescending and patronizing.

Psychopaths often try to make you unhinged in an attempt to gain the upper hand.  Throughout the entire argument, you’ll notice that they keep a calm and cool demeanor.  It’s almost as if they’re mocking you — gauging your reactions to see how much further they can push.  When you finally react emotionally, that’s when they’ll raise their eyebrows, smirk, tell you to calm down, or feign disappointment.

3.  They employ mind-blowing hypocrisy.

In heated arguments, psychopaths have no shame and will often begin labeling you with their own horrible qualities.  It goes beyond projection, because most people project unknowingly.  Psychopaths know they are smearing you with their own flaws, because they are seeking a reaction.  The point is to lure you in so that you react and seem “crazy” to onlookers.

4.  They seem to have multiple personalities.

When arguing with a psychopath, you’re likely to notice a variety of their personas.  It’s sort of like good cop, bad cop, demented cop, stalker cop, scary cop, baby cop.  Once you begin pulling away from their manipulation and lies, they’ll start apologizing and flatter you.  If that doesn’t work, they’ll suddenly start insulting the qualities they just flattered two minutes ago.  As they struggle to regain control, you’ll be left wondering who you’re even talking to.

5.  They play the eternal victim.

Somehow, their bad behavior will always lead back to a conversation about their abusive past or a crazy ex or an evil boss.  You’ll end up feeling bad for them, even when they’ve done something horribly wrong.  And once they’ve successfully diverted your attention, everything will get messy again.  Psychopaths cry “abuse,” but, in the end, you’re the only one being abused.

6.  You feel the need to explain basic human emotions to them.

You’ll find yourself attempting to explain emotions like empathy and kindness, guided by the thought that if they understand why you’re hurt, they’ll stop hurting you.  You are not the first person who has attempted to see the good in them, and you will not be the last. They behave this way because they know that it hurts you.

There’s only one way out of these arguments. You need to disengage!

Arguments with psychopaths leave you drained.  You might spend hours, even days, obsessing over the argument.  If you think you have the perfect response to their latest outrageous comment, they planted it there on purpose.  They’re trying to provoke you.  They’re trying to draw you in.

In professional environments, they want you to blow up so that coworkers and superiors see you as unstable.  In romantic settings, they want you to lash out so that they can use your “hysterical” reactions to show potential partners and exes how crazy you’ve become.  Until we understand this, we’ll continue to fall into their trap.

So next time someone you’re arguing with uses these tactics to draw you in, try a different strategy: simply smile, nod, and go live your life.

They don’t deserve another second of your time.

 

 

~via themindsjournal.com