- Video by Alice
- Summary of the Video
- Romantic Notions of the ‘Feral Child’: Tarzan of the Apes
- Antisocial Personality Disorder: Statistics
- The Mind and Life of an Antisocial Personality (ASP)
- The Social Mask of an ASP
- The Truth about ‘Feral Children’
- On Eluding the Sociopath
- The ASP: Psychological/Psychiatric Labels
- Like Many Animals, ASPs Are Adept at Mind Control
- Illustrations: Mask of Agamemnon, photo of Daniel Perez of Kansas, Stone Mask
- For More Information
“Gold death-mask known as the “Mask of Agamemnon”. Widely assumed to be a fake … CC BY 2.0 (1)
Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.
This is a video on the feral child, along with further notes on antisocial personalities and sociopaths. There’s a new discussion of the social mask of the antisocial personality. After the video is a Summary; text in blue font isn’t in the video.
VIDEO BY ALICE
SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
Romantic Notions of the ‘Feral Child’: Tarzan of the Apes
In my youth, I read books and theories about what it would be like for a child to be, in its very young infancy, in the company of animals rather than people. The notion was called the ‘feral child’. There were books that had been written, romanticizing the notion of Tarzan of the Apes, and how he came to be more adept at English manners, and so forth.
These books are very off the target. In fact, there are quite a huge number of feral children … who either are small, or have grown up … in the world today. In these modern times, they are known as antisocial personalities.
Antisocial Personality Disorder: Statistics
For instance, I read today online, in a 2016 blog, (2) that the American Psychiatric Association feels there was about a 4% rate of antisocial personality disorder in the United States as of last year. And then there was another study by the National Institute of Mental Health in 1991 that stated that, since 15 years prior to that (which would have been the mid-1970s) the prevalence of antisocial personalities in the young people of America had doubled. So we’re talking about a significant segment of the United States population, and no doubt, of the world’s population.
The Mind and Life of an Antisocial Personality (ASP)
You and I, we’re likely to run into one in the supermarket, I guess. And what these children are, are human beings in form and appearance, who have never learned the ways of civilized man.
Instead, the guiding lights for their lives are the feral drives. And so, what they see in other people are also these feral drives. They use their understanding of the feral drives, which are buried, in most people, under a veneer of civilized behavior and adherence to societal expectations; they use other people’s feral drives to manipulate them.
If possible, they form packs … wild packs, like wolf packs, in which they are the leaders. As did Charles Manson for instance, and Daniel Perez, the Kansas killing cult leader, who was arrested and brought to justice.
There are many other instances like that, of people who keep a minimum contact with people in everyday life, especially during the daytime, because the veneer of civilization that they carry as a mask is very thin.
And so, they’re likely to come out at night and live as a recluse most of the time. When unfettered by other people’s expectations, their behavior will be completely feral.
The Social Mask of an ASP
Antisocial personalities study and copy each other’s social masks. You might see an ASP switching personae completely from time to time as he decides to mimic the mask of a different ASP he has studied.
Here is a photo of Daniel Perez, the Kansas killing cult leader: http://www.kansas.com/news/local/crime/tpgn99/picture10595009/ALTERNATES/FREE_640/perez.JPG …
Note the following details, which might, if the stories brought forth about him are true, indicate a cleverly put-together social mask:
- The hair: a little on the long side, a little forgetful of close clip detail, says: I am not a cunning guy.
- The bangs, artlessly falling across the brow, say: I’m a little boy. I need someone to help me comb my hair. Be a mom to me.
- The slightly furrowed brow: Quizzical expression. This says: I’m not totally sure of what’s going on here. I’m confused. I’m sure we can work it out together, though.
- The eyes are without light. They say: I’m an average Joe, not so very bright. Like you.
- The mouth, slightly downturned, says: I’m going through a rough patch right now. It’s kind of a nuisance, but not a serious inconvenience. I’m a little pained that you guys are putting me through all this.
- The shoulders and chest have the lightest touch of muscular tension; almost imperceptible. These reinforce the message of the slightly downturned mouth.
- The heart energy, intuitively speaking: Very still, very slow heartbeat. This says: I’m not afraid. I’m innocent. I’m a shy guy, not given to grandstanding.
It could be that the social mask of Charles Manson isn’t a favorite of ASPS who are at liberty, due to the fact Manson got caught.
I surmise it could also be that an ASP would be inclined to emulate the mannerisms of the cannibal Hannibal Lecter, who, though only a fictional character, is viewed and admired. Thus the thought of imitating him might have iconoclastic appeal.
The Truth about ‘Feral Children’
As far as I know, at this point, unless there’s a DNA change, ASPs can’t be socialized. Not yet.
So the truth of the feral child is not romantic at all. It’s the antisocial personality.
- Lots of times it plays out as drug dealing and prostitution; risk taking behaviors (I read about this in Wikipedia);
- and also serial killing and possibly mass murders;
- also nymphomania (in women) and in men, satyriasis (that Don Juan complex) where the feral drive to sexuality is very pronounced because there’s no nay-saying … there’s no thought of holding off until the appropriate time. And so, there’s a constant desire for sexual intercourse.
On Eluding the Sociopath
I think the things to look out for, are manipulation of one’s own feral drives by someone else. (3) In other words,
- we have to be aware of our feral drives, and what they’re doing and what they’re saying,
- and also accept them,
- and train them into a more productive way of doing things.
- We can also sublimate them so that we can pursue higher consciousness and so forth.
So those are our ways of escaping what may be a very large subset of sociopathic people in the world today.
The ASP: Psychological/Psychiatric Labels
The psychological-psychiatric community has been slowly shifting its terminology from ‘psychopath’ to ‘sociopath’ to ‘antisocial person’ to ‘antisocial personality syndrome’. Now by ‘antisocial personality’ is not meant shyness. (This I get from my voluminous reading.) It’s not extreme shyness (which is now termed ‘social anxiety disorder’); although the behavior of an antisocial personality can mimic that of an extremely shy person.
This is because they’re hiding out from people so that no one will find out that they’re feral. They’re hiding during the daytime (when most people are out and about), or living in a place that’s remote from people. And their interactions with people take place when there are very few people around. Or when the situation is controlled, as I’ve mentioned in prior blogs, through mind control.
Like Many Animals, ASPs Are Adept at Mind Control
They’re very adept at what we call ‘mind control’ because they’re very in touch with the feral drives. (4) And the feral drives, in our unconscious and subconscious minds … because we’ve been socialized … are beneath our notice.
But right out there, in front of them, are our feral drives that they can manipulate through their telepathy. On the astral plane, I’ve never yet known a sociopath that isn’t extremely adept at telepathy (5) and mind control.
They, for their part, feel that we socialized humans are weak, deluded and blinded by our early upbringing, and that we, like lambs, go silently and greatly deservingly, to slaughter by their hand. (6)
So these are the things that we have to look out for. The people in our Ascension community call these people Controllers. But the truth of the matter is that they’re lacking something. I believe it has something to do with genetics, and a twist or torque in the etheric net. It’s my very great hope that there will be a solution to this difficulty, so that they can join the flow of the Hu … of humankind … in years to come.
You all, keep a good eye out for that! And, everyone, be safe!
And, for everyone who is a sociopath, or feral child, or feral grown-up: You be safe too! I think there will be a path for you.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
“This stone mask from the pre-ceramic neolithic period dates to 7000 BC and is probably the oldest mask in the world” … CC BY-SA 3.0 (7)
(1) “Gold death-mask known as the ‘Mask of Agamemnon’. This mask depicts the imposing face of a bearded noble man. It is made of a gold sheet with repoussé details. Two holes near the ears indicate that the mask was held in place of the deceased’s face with twine. This mask is believed to be a fake due to the high level of detail, such as the beard and ears. No other mask of it’s type has a similar amount of detail. Shaft Grave V, Grave Circle A, Mycenae. Found in Tomb V in Mycenae by Heinrich Schliemann in 1876.” National Archeological Museum, Athens. Self-photographed (Flickr), 20 December 2010 … Wikimedia, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:MaskOfAgamemnon.jpg … CC BY 2.0
(2) “How Many Psychopaths and Sociopaths Are in the World or U.S.?” by Mike King, 6 September 2016, Quora, https://www.quora.com/How-many-psychopaths-and-sociopaths-are-in-the-world-or-U-S
(3) “wikiHow to Spot a Sociopath,” http://www.wikihow.com/Spot-a-Sociopath
“How to Spot — and Handle — a Sociopath,” Lisa Wolcott, MSW, LCSW, 2 March 2014, http://www.lisawolcott.com/how-to-spot-and-handle-a-sociopath/
(4) This is gut brain mind control, and generally not the mental suggestion, ‘entrainment’, and ‘lock down’ (with terror) used by those who use negatively aspected telepathy from the throat chakra or brain (although they may secondarily use that as well).
(5) Many nonhuman mammals, both wild and domesticated, are also adept at gut brain telepathy.
(6) “Empathic People Are Natural Targets for Sociopaths – Protect Yourself,” by Dr. Jand and Tim McGregor, “Addiction Today,” 20 October 2013, https://www.sott.net/article/268449-Empathic-people-are-natural-targets-for-sociopaths-protect-yourself …
In the above article, note especially the interactions involved in the “Socio-Empath-Apath Triad.” What if three people were in a company and:
- the sociopath was CEO,
- the empath was an honest employee, and
- the apath (‘yes’ man or woman) was the company’s omsbudsman? …
Or what if, in a natal family with a mom, a dad, and a child:
- one of the three was a sociopath,
- one was an empath, and
- one was an apath? …
This reminds me a little of the Karpman Drama Triangle (also known as the Dreaded Drama Triangle or the Perverse Triangle (persecuter – rescuer – victim) … which contrasts to the Empowerment Dynamic (challenger – coach – creator): http://bertparlee.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/david-emeradls-ted-460×460.png ..
See also: “1 in 5 CEOs are Psychopaths, Study Finds,” by Jonathan Pearlman, Sydney, 13 September 2016, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/09/13/1-in-5-ceos-are-psychopaths-australian-study-finds/
(7) “This stone mask from the pre-ceramic neolithic period dates to 7000 BC and is probably the oldest mask in the world” (Musée de la Bible et de la Terre Sainte), Gryffindor – Own work … Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mask#/media/File:Musee_de_la_bible_et_Terre_Sainte_001.JPG … CC BY-SA 3.0
FOR MORE INFORMATION
“Antisocial Personality Disorder,” https://www.psychologytoday.com/conditions/antisocial-personality-disorder
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