ALLUSION SUPRANATURAL COMPETITION (3)
Three favorite mind control tricks of con-artists are the manipulations and maneuverings of the triad of Allusions, “Almost Good Enough,” and “Seems” Right. By these going in directions opposite to Certainty, they keep this triad secret from the World Crowd. The reason this triad topic came up was because I wanted to know more about the Supernatural in relation to European religion. Since boyhood I have heard White people mention their European Supernatural God and yet I have been unable to find a single discussion about it in any of my numerous books, including European Bibles. Then, I did a Google search and discovered countless references to the [European] Bible about its Supra-natural God—without specifics except for interpretations alluding to that deity–as well as a number of other Supernatural beings, like angels, spirits, Satan and witches (Witch of Endor). Allusions (C16, playful reference) are roundabout, indirect, and suggestive indicators presented as: “by the way”; “or in passing”; “on second thought”; or “dropped in passing, as with little thought. In short, what or whom is alluded to is very lightly touched upon and without direct mention. Con-artists use allusions as tools to convince Receivers of certain deceptions. Allusions are extremely quick ways of expressing ones emotions as well as creating in listeners shades of those same emotions–but only when the listeners are already familiar with the setting that imparts an unspoken and shared understanding. The trick is to lead gullible Receivers to the gate and then let them make the connections. Within hyper-fearful Receivers, the triad (e.g. Allusions) can cause a Cascade of simultaneous Spirit, Body, and Mind destructive forces to various degrees—forces resembling a series of waterfalls pouring and spreading over steep rocks–disrupting humane Spiritual, Rational, and Physical networks in its path–networks which produce outputs serving as the in-put for the next component in each network. As seen in today’s GUN addicts, the process follows a “Slippery Slope”—a 1900s metaphoric expression alluding to traversing a slick hillside and being in constant danger of falling. “You take away my gun, next it will be my dog”; or “If it is done, something else will happen or is likely to happen as a result; the something else, and then something else–right down the ‘slippery slope’ to a situation that is clearly undesirable. In European literature “Supernatural” manipulations and maneuverings are powerful mind control tools.
Although Enslaved Africans were brought to the Americas with mathematical Certainty that although the One Universal High Spiritual God could not be known, they did know God’s existence based upon God’s manifestations—i.e. by the Law of Correspondence. But being taught allusions to a European Supernatural God who punishes disobedient Slaves in a Supernatural Hell under the supervision of a Supernatural Devil was effective in switching many Enslaved to believing in the European Supernatural God. Since much of what was in the European Bible had been borrowed out of the Ancient African Bible, messages conveyed to the Enslaved could be fashioned in a manner so familiar to them as to “SEEM” right. What did not “jive” (e.g. to be good Slaves and antifeminism) had to be accepted on “Belief” and “Faith.” Still, few lay out the meaning of the “Supernatural” (C15) which, by definition, is anything that does not exist naturally. Synonyms are Paranormal and Preternatural (limited to adjectives describing abilities appearing to exceed the bounds of possibility).
The Encyclopedia of [European] Philosophy (p2-520) defines “super-“ or “supra-natural” as “the miracle, the revealed truths of religion. For the enlightened, all these are simply figments of the imagination, nonexistent, indeed at the bottom priestly inventions designed to keep men ignorant of the ways of Reason and Nature.” To paraphrase, it continued by saying the corruptions of religion, social structure, convention, and beneath the often misleading impressions of sense experience not properly organized by Reason, have led to the hypostatized conception of the beautiful and the good. “Hypostatize” means to transform a conceptual entity—a Contingent Being—a phantom—into or construe as self-subsistent substances—i.e. “unreal actuals”. Since 1799, Supernatural (C15, “above or transcending Nature, belonging to a higher realm)—and its ‘Air Castle’ codes–has mainly meant “of or given by God, divine; heavenly” as well as associations with ghosts. jabaileymd.com