The Pilrim's Progress
City of Destruction


Worldly Gaslighting: "Many years ago in the realm of Apollyon, past the garden of four rivers, in a region of Abaddon, there stood an old city. Its name in the ancient tongue was Noit Curtsed, but time and speech and a brilliant mind named Lux set upon the more pleasant name of Not Cursed, though the city was indeed cursed with constant decay, leaving the in•habit•ants to labor perpetually." — The Pilgrim's Progress (2019)

Engender Enlightening: "You let one ant stand up to us, then they all might stand up. Those puny little ants outnumber us a hundred to one. And if they ever figure that out, there goes our way of life! It's not about food, it's about keeping those ants in line." ― A Bug's Life (1998)





"Narcissists Change the Rules of Your Relationship To Suit Themselves" ― by Annie, (Gentlekindness Coaching)

Psychopathic Legalist Commandments - Obey The Rules: Narcissists Change the Rules of Your Relationship To Suit Themselves  |  'Commandments cannot give you what you seek, Christian. It will only be a reminder, that you are not able to keep them all. Legality can never rid you of your burden you know. -- When legality comes toppling down, we are catapulted to the way. The way that ah... you left off following.' ― Evangelist [John Rhys-Davies] in The Pilgrim's Progress (2019)


Gnostic / Gnosis: "God gave many commandments and from them came so many rules. Christ gives only one commandment: love thy brother and thy sister as thy self. You see if we all do this we are not in need of any other rules. Christ and god are not as one. As a matter of fact Christ came here around two thousand years ago to get rid of him." ― Mark Cordova, (The Secret and the Truth of the Ages)


Hyper-religious / Legalistic: "Do they love God and truth, or are they only hyper-religious and legalistic? That's another thing. Does a person have love in their heart, like do they care? -- Does their ideas about god and faith, is it about... really loving people and being compassionate and being helpful? Or is it all about... hyper-religious, and laws and rules and... a rigid kind of thinking, of they get so caught up in... rules and regulations and... cutting people off" ― Deborah Waters, Niches of Narcissism, (33 Questions You MUST Start Asking To Screen For Narcissists)


Ruling / Con•trolling: "Workplace Mobbing is engineered to cause offense and distress to a targeted individual or targeted group: 'Mobbing causes prejudice, withholds information in order for you not to complete your job, isolates you physically and socially, holds meetings about your work without your presence, changes rules frequently, portrays the victimized person as being at fault, engineered to discredit, confuse, intimidate, and force the person into submission, and committed with the intent to force the person out.' (Davenport, Schwartz, and Elliott. 1999, 41-44)." ― ExposeAustinTexas, (Workplace Mobbing, Institutional Racism, Gang Stalking, Personality Disorders, and Malfeasance.)


Ruling Opportunists: "The defining factor with every narcissist is a complete disconnect from conscience resulting in a total lack of empathy. Narcissists cannot feel remorse; instead, they receive pleasure from hurting others. Those who have empathy cannot possibly be a narcissist. -- Narcissists have only the cruelest intentions and typically place themselves in positions of power; lawyer, doctor, government, clergy, administration, CEO, business owner so they can exercise their superiority over others and the abuse of power can begin. Some victims become completely dependent on the narcissist for their survival. Narcissists use this to their advantage as they manipulate everyone, fooling even those closest to them, while their ulterior motives go undetected. They feed their victim a stream of lies and expect it to be embraced as reality; the victim mixes the narcissist's lies with their own reality. A stream of false accusations is presented, which wears down the victim over time and sparks some intense emotional reactions. Victims are left trying to make sense of it all while they are constantly on guard, trying to defend something that doesn't exist. The narcissist wants the victim to appear crazy and unstable and will use their emotional outburst to back up this claim." — 'The Gaslighting Effect: A Revealing Look at Psychological Manipulation and Narcissistic Abuse' — by Reva Steenbergen, (This book is dedicated to victims of abuse who didn't make it out alive. May their voices echo through the pages of this book.)





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