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As any higher life forms interact, that interaction forms a simple and basic relationship between the two parties concerned. With either one or the other, seeking to control, and subsequently dominate the other, in a manner which is reflective of their own level of psychological development with regards their external consciousness. In order that any such individual may control the other, they must effectively control the information received by the controlled individual by way of interfering with that individuals inbuilt learning system. This is achieved by the utilisation of the reward and punishment process, whereby the controlling individual controls the subsequent levels of both reward and or punishment, with regards that particular interaction. In doing so, the controlled individual will be aware of just how exactly they must act within the context of that relationship, and will therefore adapt their personality accordingly. The relationship will form itself into a structure, whereby the controlling individual exercises power of some form over whomever they control.

When looking at relationships, in all their incarnations, we see that they range from domination through to manipulation and ultimately through to guidance. And we see that the more extreme the power structure (the bigger the gap between the oppressor and the oppressed) the closer the oppressor actually is to base instinct, in relation to the points of base instinct and conscience. Ranging from 100% power being exercised over the oppressed (murder) at the region of base instinct, through to 0% power being exercised over the oppressed at the point of conscience.

Any given power structure will, by both its size and extremity, gauge the actual level of psychological development of the individual controlling the structure, at that given point in time, and with it the emotional force driving that individual on:-

Power structures are most easily seen and identified with, in their common everyday appearances, whereby they take place between two individuals, one the oppressor, and the other the oppressed.

For every amount of power to be experienced by the oppressor, an equal amount of oppression must be experienced by the oppressed. A point of balance (PoB) will occur, by which all effective levels of both power and oppression, will be effectively judged. For example, in order for an individual to experience power to the level of 30, then oppression must be experienced by someone else to the level of 30, as depicted in the following diagram:-

In order to fully understand and appreciate the rules governing power structures, and the effects that they have upon individuals within that structure, we must look at personal relationships, whereby the most dominant party, exercises power whereby they subsequently control the submissive party. Ranging from the exceptionally high levels of power that are exercised within the lower confines of base instinct, through to the lower levels exercised within the higher regions of conscience.

All relationships form themselves somewhere upon the scale, owing to the fact that the relationship itself, is nothing more than an interaction between higher life forms. Be that interaction a long and intimate one, along the lines of some form of marriage for example, or a brief casual one, along the lines of a conversation.

It is within the realms of any power structure, that we see that the oppressor will attempt to control the input sought by the oppressed individuals learning system, in an attempt to control that individual, the reward and punishment process is utilised. And by controlling the respective levels of reward and punishment to be experienced by the oppressed, the oppressor actually controls the oppressed, forming a sliding scale, from conscience right down to frenzy, encompassing guidance, manipulation, abusive relationships, down to exercising outright power over the oppressed, murder.

With the personality of any individual, being formed upon the basis of seeking out reward and/or shunning punishment, and the respective information with regards reward and punishment coming by way of interactions of any shape or form, with their fellow higher life forms, we can effectively map out the path any individual takes through life with the relationships, and subsequent experiences, that are placed before that individual, allowing for a more detailed look at their personality.

The personality of any individual forms itself, much in the same manner as the trunk of a tree, with a new ring being added with each new experience coming from any given interaction. The outcome from any given interaction will be anything from the experience of 100% power over an individual, through to experiencing 100% oppression, ranging from murder (100% power), to being murdered (100% oppression), leading to the possibility of 200 possible outcomes from any given interaction (201 to be precise, though 100% oppression would involve being killed, and would therefore render the individual experiencing it dead, and therefore void of any form of personality):-

Therefore after one experience, the number of possible outcomes from any given interaction (excluding 100% oppression) is equal to:-


After ten experiences, the number of possible outcomes is equal to :-

1.024 x 1023

After fifty experiences, the number of possible outcomes is equal to:-

1.125899906842624 x 10115

After one hundred experiences, the number of possible outcomes is equal to:-

1.267650600228229401496703205376 x 10230

After one thousand experiences, the number of possible outcomes is equal to:-

7205668069376 x 102,301

After ten thousand experiences, the number of possible outcomes is equal to:-

416826949787141316063210686391511681774304792596709376 x 1023,010

And so on, and so forth.

In keeping with the laws governing the higher life form, and their journey from base instinct through to conscience, the gain sought by any individual placed upon that scale, will be equal to their current level of psychological development, with their level of development itself equalling the responsibility accepted for any consequent actions, and also, the perceived level of good/evil, love/hate, kindness/selfishness, to be experienced by any other individual existing within any form of power structure being controlled by the controlling individual, in direct relation to the actual level of development of the controlled individual.

And with the level of development, and consequent level of gain sought by the controlling individual, will come the longevity of the structure itself. Ranging from infinity at the higher levels of conscience, whereby no reasonable individual could possibly experience any real levels of dissatisfaction within the guiding wings of conscience, down to momentarily, at the lower levels frenzy, whereby the life of the structure exists only for the fleeting instant that the life within the eye of the oppressed finally flickers and fades. The most extreme of any power structure, the point of murder. Total domination.

In order for any act of domination to be successful, the oppressed must actually succumb to the oppressor, thus acknowledging defeat. This is most commonly seen within the fight scenario. Eventually within such a relationship, the oppressed, will adopt a submissive image, be that through giving up, and admitting defeat, whereby the oppressed effectively 'plays dead' thereby admitting defeat, and fulfilling the image handed down from the oppressor, thus nullifying the need for the act of murder itself to be committed. Or, in the instance of murder, through the act of death itself, whereby they find themselves through there non existence in no position to refuse adopting the image of submission, as they were continually punished for refusing to adopt the image.

It's here where in the many instances of rape, the oppressor (rapist) will lay down an image of submissiveness to be adopted by the oppressed (victim). Again, as is common to all extreme power structures, the oppressed, will be expected to conform to the image with punishment being the primary means of communication, between the oppressed, and the oppressor, whereby the victim will generally be beaten, or threatened with acts of violence, until they allow themselves to be penetrated by the oppressor, whereupon the oppressed is compelled to conform to the image of 'taking it like the bitch she is' laid down by the oppressor (rapist).

As in all cases, the extremity of the power structure informs any outside observer, of the actual level of development of the individual controlling that structure, at that point in time. In the above example of rape, we see that the controller of the structure is clearly hovering around the realms of frenzy, where sex and violence become entwined into the single act of extreme, and invariably brutal, domination.

Looking at the more common example of an abusive relationship, we see the typical bad marriage, whereby the husband (oppressor) expects to be served by the wife (oppressed). A simple yet obvious structure emerges from within that relationship, which whilst not as blatantly extreme as in the instance of murder, is still extreme enough for most people to see and understand upon their first encounter. As outlined above, this lessening of the amount of both power, and oppression to be experienced within the structure, is in keeping with the principles of long term gain, and the effective grading of the controllers current level of development, namely in the fact that the oppressor (husband) realises that it is in his own interests to lessen the amount of oppression to be experienced by his wife, and the consequent levels of power to be experienced by himself, if only for the fact that the extreme act of murder, is a short lived experience, and by keeping his wife alive he will consequently experience much greater levels of long term gain in the fact that he has all his meals cooked for him, his abode cleaned, and any sexual activities that he cares to indulge in taken care of to boot. Therefore it is clearly in the oppressors long term interests, that he exercises restriction over the amount of power to be experienced within any given relationship, even if that advantage is not immediately obvious.

In the instance of wife beating, we see the husband yet again holding up an image, whereby he must be served by his woman. And once again we will see punishment as the primary means of communication, whereby the wife will quickly learn that in order for the beatings to stop, she must quickly conform to such an image, and serve his dinner on time, just as he likes it, be there for him whenever he wants etc. The wife clearly experiencing high levels of oppression, in contrast to the husbands high level of power, right up to the extreme of instances, where the wife is not permitted to actually leave the home, maybe having her clothes, car keys etc. taken from her by the husband.

Moving on up the evolutionary scale, we begin to encounter the more reserved manifestations of the usual power structure that forms itself within any relationship. For example, the parent child relationship. Looking at the example of a child coming in late for instance. Assuming the child was told to be in at nine o'clock, and they don't actually turn up at home, until nine thirty, one can generally assume, that it would be quite common for the parent to punish the child. Whether that punishment takes the form of a beating, some form of reprimand (staying in), or just a general telling off, will depend on the actual level of development of the oppressor (parent), and the consequent levels of power that they exercise within that relationship, though the principles still remain the same. The reason the child will be punished, is because they have failed to conform to the image laid down by the oppressor, they haven't done what they were told. The actual act of turning up thirty minutes late isn't necessarily an act of intrinsic evil. In real terms, it doesn't really matter, ten, twenty, thirty, forty, or even an hour late, they're home, and presumably, that's what's important. No doubt, in their defence, the parent would undoubtedly state that they were only punishing the child for their own good, much in the same manner as the abusive husband punishes his wife for her own good (how else is she to learn that he doesn't like his dinner cooked that way?). A simple phone call informing the parent that the child is staying out later, and not to worry, should put the caring parents mind at rest, though this won't necessarily be acceptable to the parent (certainly the abusive one), owing to the fact that the child was told to be in, and in not doing so, the image has not been conformed to, resulting in the parent, possessing the desire to punish the child for 'doing wrong', failing to conform.


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