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    Default Name For Someone Who Does What RaptorWizard Does

    The title says it all. There's got to be a name for that; it isn't really trolling...

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    Performer.

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    An intoxicated, cryptic spiritualist?
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    ^all of the above
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    A potential cult leader

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    Unfiltered nerd.

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    I call him a Meta-type 2.

    But it seems people find it very difficult to understand my forms of faculty analysis, so I will provide a brief explanation using ordinary language:

    He uses his awareness of 'consequence' (in general), as the basis of his understanding (instead of as the basis for fear).

    And so he doesn't attach his understanding to pragmatic extrapolation of his speculative awareness; causing him to miss the real darkness present in his reality.

    If he would fear real consequences (i.e. let his fear be determined by his awareness of 'what will be'), he wouldn't impel others to create this energy (through his influence), in his exchanges. Perhaps this is the feeling of 'almost trolling' eluded to in this thread; the major consequence of this kind of energy exchange is that it has a tendency to dampen (or threatens) other people's reliance on their own determination of outside authority regarding their personal identity.

    [the dampening would be the natural result of the fear work he is invoking your spirit to muster when exchanging energy with him].

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    General comment (if your interested further in Meta-type):
    There are 17 Meta-types in my system, and each type will indirectly exhibit partial traits of all the lower types.. while all the stages above one's type will be glaringly omitted from engaged-functioning. so there are a lot of people who will in some way conform to my description of RaptorWizard;- which is perhaps why it is so easy to forgive RaptorWizard his foibles. But I think you can agree, this basic level of dysfunction (although so ingrained within our cultural tolerance), is quite concentrated in the presentation of his personality style. [just trying to point of evidence in support of my naming]
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    annoying
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    They don't have a name for what he is..


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