“THE CHINESE BELIEVE, THAT IN ORDER TO CONQUER A BEAST, YOU MUST FIRST MAKE IT BEAUTIFUL” – Kay Radfield Jamison, author of ‘An Unquiet Mind’.
The above statement may well be true of the many ferocious beasts found in nature, however wild and unpredictable those beasts may appear; those beasts who roam the forests, the deserts, the jungles and the icy wilderness of the Arctic tundra, but the particular beast that is the focus of this article, however, cannot be made beautiful in any way, shape or form.
I will in this case, offer no apology for referring to those who are members of this particular species, simply as ‘creatures’, because it is my firm belief, and without a doubt the belief of others who have encountered one of these creatures, that they deserve little or no favourable consideration from those who, have been unfortunate enough to have been targeted by one or more of them.
I will make no apology, because I am not responsible for making them what they are.
I did not create them, I have not, nor would I ever encourage them, and I certainly would not, or have not knowingly invited one of these creatures into my world, and whatever words or terms I may select to describe or define them, however scathing, or uncomfortable those words may appear on this screen, would be neither gratuitous nor undeserved.
Even if those words are viewed by some as being in any way ‘dehumanising’, towards any or all of these creatures, one could not, however one happened to try, ‘dehumanise‘ them to a greater degree than how they appear to themselves.
In fact, and going on what both I and others close to me have experienced, the only certainty, is that anybody who has spent any time in close proximity to one or more of these creatures, should wholeheartedly agree with them, and share their own deeply held belief that they are not a part of the human race.
Nor do they deserve to be so.
When I say that, you cannot even begin to imagine how much I mean it – and in the most disparaging way, because unlike these creatures, the greater majority of humanity on this planet, do not deliberately set themselves apart from their fellow man.
Like they do.
Unfortunately, it is becoming increasingly difficult to avoid these creatures as you go about your daily existence, as they are pretty much everywhere nowadays, operating within commerce, the political arena, the police force, the military, the medical profession, education, the sciences, sport and the media – especially the media.
Both mainstream and ‘alternative’.
Although these creatures are adept at hiding their true nature, as well as being excellent mimics, which gives them the ability to disguise what really lurks beneath the glossy exterior facade they hide behind – with careful observation and infinite patience, they can be easily identified.
If only to avoid them.
Happily, they can be identified, and being able to recognise one, it’s parasitic, darkly malevolent, destructive and sadly all too often deadly intentions, can be, at the very least – minimised.
Unfortunately, the anonymity of the Internet, is where these creatures have truly found a home.
It is thought that two out of every twenty people you will meet in your lifetime are not entirely human, and upwards of 75% of that number are believed to be male, and although they may appear human on the surface, inasmuch as they display many human-like characteristics and traits, they are anything but.
They are, as far too many people have discovered to their great personal cost, the most perfectly designed predator that has walked upon this planet, and I say that in all seriousness, as they are responsible for destroying more lives, have caused more damage, inflicted more pain and distress and have driven more people to a point where they cannot function normally any longer, than any other creature that has ever existed.
And the name of this creature?
The Malignant Narcissist….
PEUR AETERNUS: From the Latin ‘Eternal Boy’, which is described in mythology as being a Child-God who remains forever young.