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Control Maniacs: Envy, Thievery, and Proverbial Vampires
Anatomy of vampire trickery
This story is an impromptu and very raw philosophical rant about envy, thievery, and proverbial vampires. Please forgive the raw nature of it, I am just typing my thoughts. Why? Mostly, because that bunch are a pain in my arse, always scamming, always thinking of ways to disrupt the good energy so that they can have total control over people I care about.
Proverbial vampires can come in different flavors. They could be envious, cold-blooded women playing dirty tricks. That is the kind that I personally annoy the most. They could be emperor’s advisors coming up with treacherous strategies on how to put free people under a yoke. They could be WEF consultants advising modern emperors on same. They could be fog-throwing spiritual leaders. They could be alphabetfolk playing all sorts of roles, from activist leaders—leading good people in circles or off the cliff—to impeccably stylish women charming target men in order to charm and destroy. The flavors are different but the essence is same—theft. The proverbial vampires feel pain when good things don’t belong to them—and so they go to great lengths to steal.
A sample vampire scenario
Let’s use a simple example. Let’s say, a vampire targets a man who has something they want to steal: money, influence, property, etc. In order to attempt their quest, they try to put a bunch of wool on the man’s eyes. They make themselves trustworthy to the man, they use flattery, bullying, psychological manipulation, and very dirty tricks.
If that vampire then sees a person with clear vision protecting the target man, they would without a doubt mount a full-scale war on the person with a clear vision. There is no limit to the extent of the tricks they would try, and most importantly, they would try very hard to make their target betray his soul.
The goal of making the target betray his soul is important because it would kill two birds with one stone: it would demotivate the person with a clear vision from sticking around and protecting the vampire’s target, and it would also weaken the target’s overall spiritual protection.
Applied to COVID, the proverbial vampires would be the tyrants in high chairs seducing the “educated class” with tricks—and “inoculating” them against trusting the “untivaxxer quacks.” We know how that cookie crumbled—but can you imagine what the world would look right now if the “educated class” refused to cooperate with the deceit? The joy? The beauty? One day…
Our history is full of examples of this vampire dynamic working out in all sorts of ways, depending on what the individual people choose. Sometimes, the trickery works, the target believes the thief—and gets eventually destroyed. Sometimes, the target is so dedicated to doing what’s right that the tricks don’t work. And sometimes, the target is on the fence but the universe interferes, removes the wool from the his eyes and knocks on his heart so hard that it wakes up from the shock and the person snaps out of the “trance.”
A humbling discovery
My personal discovery of the past three years—a very humbling discovery—has been that our entire human history— all its wars, and feats of courage and love, and betrayals, and massive theft, and genocides, and centuries-long spiritual scams—the entire human history can be explained easily in terms of this vampire dynamic and the fact that sometimes, people are spiritually grounded and choose good, and sometimes, people fall prey to tricks and choose crap. And that’s that. The entire human history. Everything that happened. All a mysterious, spiritually connected thread of personal choices. I keep saying that our choices matter. Doh! They do!!
A “long shot” learning curve
Life has a way of turning everything that happens into education. And so in this case, when people choose to betray themselves, they eventually end up in significant pain. Once they are backed against the wall, they look back—and cry sincere tears over all their mistakes. And when that mysterious chemical reaction show up—it triggers a long and difficult journey toward clarity, toward healing, in this life or in the afterlife. And that’s the point, healing. Not pain. Healing. Love.
A personal story
We learn from our mistakes.
The funny thing about dealing with tricksters is that one can err both ways, depending on where the blind spot is. If one is prone to vanity, for example, the trickster can use the ego as a leash, leading the target astray. (Hello, the past three years and the “educated” class). But the tricksters also create abundant opportunities for the “sincere and pure children” to grow up and become alert. And I have walked that path!!
Once upon a time, a very long time ago, I had a very sweet relationship, very happy, really very sweet. As it goes, lots of women were envious and tried to get my man, using this and that. The man was immovable, however. He was wholesome and loved me and only me.
He had a female friend, a fancy married woman from Kyrgyzstan—whom we both treated as family and trusted without any second thought. We often spent time together as couples, talked about medicine and philosophy, etc. etc.
And all that time she was scamming to get my man. It was a very elaborate scam, and she kind of succeeded temporarily by convincing me to leave the relationship, getting him at the moment of sadness, mounting a tower of lies, etc. etc.
In the end, her trickery fell apart, and—related or not—her husband fell out of love with her and left. My man and I got back together and spent some more time as a couple—but her tricks stole the innocence. We were both scarred. I felt like a traitor, very guilty, like a homeless nomad—I lost my innocence, and that guilt was what later compelled me to stay in a crazy abusive marriage to prove that I was “good” after all—and that was a horror of its own. (On the positive side, the abusive relationship experience made me super ready for 2020, life works in mysterious ways.)
In the end, life sorted it out. I walked my path, and still walking But I have no kind words for the envy-driven thieves with lifeless eyes. They are despicable people. No kind words.
Yes, the proverbial vampires live off envy, and they always seek control. When they see a person in possession of good stuff, they take it as a personal insult, which is why they feel no regret and no pangs on conscience when they scam to steal.
In their heads, all good stuff is theirs. They are very poor on the inside because no matter how much they have, it’s not enough. They want more.
I have dealt with people like this all my life. They are ruthless and shameless. Very dirty players. But in the name of the higher powers, I am not afraid. I did not come to this Earth to tremble. I came here to love.
May all the victims of tricks wake up to their hearts.
May we all find courage to be our best selves.
May the proverbial vampires be immediately expelled.
I say so.
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