PREDICTABLE PREDICTIONS ~ Prince Ray on “Primo Don”

“Donald Drumpf made his PACT with the DEVIL a long time ago, and he doesn’t mind showing you who his father is and his people are, and who will run the White House — LUCIFER. People like Primo Don is like a number of people in this country that walk between the raindrops and never believe that they will ever get wet.”

~Prince Ray (2015)

 

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DONALD TRUMP, THE DEVIL’S RUN FOR THE WHITE HOUSE

ANGEL WHITE: “The Joker / Two Trumps / The 7th and 8th King / The Rise of the Antichrist”

“You must discern and know what the Anti-Christ is at every level of spiritual growth, as it is the Great Pretender or Ultimate Imposter that is designed to create agony and division in humanity. Your goal is to know and discern the nature of the imposter, and to discern what is the real, or to see the darkness masquerading as light when it is pretending to be the Christ. Once you see the Anti-Christ and fully understand what he is, these forces have no power over you. Unfortunately, the Anti-Christ works through many people, places and things in the 3D world and these forces go completely unrecognized, unacknowledged and unseen, which allows the dark forces to continue to grow the Anti-Christ consciousness on the earth.”

~Lisa Renee

 

Artwork by Luca Signorelli (1450-1523)

“Deeds of the Antichrist” (1501)

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Photo by Ascension Avatar

“Deeds of the Devil” (July 13, 2019)

 

 

 

~via Angel White

JEAN M. TWENGE, PhD: “Is Donald Trump Actually Insecure Underneath?”

I’m often asked how you can spot a narcissist. Here’s my standard list:

  • Brag or show off
  • Name-dropping
  • Name brands or flashy possessions
  • Look at themselves in the mirror a lot
  • Turn the conversation back to him/herself
  • Insults others
  • Declarations about being the “best” or “great” without details
  • Emphasizes his/her status

I wrote that list two years ago — long before Donald Trump started running for president. Yet it could have been written just for him. As others have pointed out, the Donald is a textbook case of narcissistic personality. He is clearly functioning well and thus can’t be classified as having narcissistic personality disorder, the clinical-level form, which by definition only describes someone whose traits are causing them difficulty. Trump, instead, displays narcissism as a personality trait — the type we focus on in The Narcissism Epidemic.

Here’s the question: Is Trump’s narcissism a cover for insecurity? This is known as the “mask model” — the idea that grandiose narcissism is a show to distract people from the deep psychic pain underneath. A recent piece in Time made this claim, arguing that Trump is trying to cover for a “profound insecurity and lack of self-esteem.”

Here’s the problem: At least for grandiose narcissism like Trump’s, there’s no evidence that the mask model is true. Narcissists have high self-esteem on average, not low, and the most aggressive people are those with both high narcissism and high self-esteem. Children who become narcissistic are not those shamed by their parents, but those told they are special.

Perhaps the best evidence comes from studies measuring self-esteem in a subtle way, such as with an implicit self-esteem measure recording people’s reaction time in pairing words like “I” and “me” with words like “bad” and “good.” People who score high on grandiose narcissism also score high on implicit self-esteem. In other words, deep down inside, narcissists think they are awesome.

This is also just plain common sense: Does Trump really seem like he is insecure underneath? Does he seem to be in a state of psychic pain, or even covering for one? No — he’s having the time of his life. So why does he seem to crave all of the attention and adulation? The Time article argues that Trump is trying to fill a deep “psychic hole.”

I have a more straightforward explanation: He likes all of the attention because he thinks he deserves it. It’s never enough not because of psychic pain, but because he thinks everyone should pay attention to him. Attention is fun and gratifying; it has nothing to do with insecurity.

Why the Mask Model of Narcissism Is Dangerous

I will go further: I think it’s dangerous to believe that narcissists are insecure underneath. Not only is it not supported by empirical evidence, but it promotes the idea that the way to deal with narcissists is to boost their self-esteem and heal their “wounds” through more love and affection. This is like suggesting that the way to cure obesity is by giving everyone more doughnuts. The narcissistic person who ruins relationships through his self-centeredness does not need more love or attention — he needs to get kicked to the curb. The young adult who takes advantage of everyone around her does not need her self-esteem boosted — she needs to learn responsibility.

Narcissism is known as the “disease that hurts other people,” and the cure for it is real life — losing a relationship because of selfishness, losing a job because you’ve alienated people. Yes, we should try to understand narcissists and realize that their behavior is explained by this personality trait. But that does not mean we should believe that they are actually insecure — that myth undermines our understanding of narcissism because it presumes that it’s only skin-deep.

Many, many people have been hurt in relationships with narcissists by believing that they can change the person with more love. If only that were true — but sadly, most of the time, it’s not. We can have empathy for people with narcissistic traits, but that does not mean we have to believe they are suffering underneath. Most of the time, they are making other people suffer. They won’t suffer themselves until bad things start happening to them, often as a consequence of their narcissism. It is sad, but it is not due to insecurity.

Trump is not insecure. We should not be looking for the source of his “psychic pain” or expect that someday he will break down and show his true, doubting self. He really does think that he’s that great, and that his ideas are that great. If we believe otherwise — about him or anyone else with these traits — we risk underestimating the true power of the narcissist.

 

~via PsychologyToday.com

ADAM GREEN (Know More News): “The Book of Trump: Chapter 1 – The Chosen One”

 

~via Know More News

UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: Michael David Raso on “The Chosen One” Donald Trump

“In surprising news today, Donald Trump retweeted that he is loved as the Second Coming of God and the King of Israel. Feeling some clarification of his grandiose beliefs might be necessary, he held an informal press conference. Gazing heavenward, he declared, ‘I am the Chosen One.’ What has Trump been chosen for? Is Trump really the latest King of Israel? Is he truly the Second Coming of God? Some people find it doubtful. Despite there not yet being a rapture, nor a uniting of world governments (quite the opposite in fact), Trump, in many circles has recently been compared, not to Jesus, but to Satan’s emissary on Earth. So yeah, Antichrist. I just had no idea the antichrist would be so gotdamned stupid.”

~Michael David Raso

~via Breaking News! Turns Out Antichrist is a F*cking Moron