" In spite of their deficiencies as regards normal psychological and moral knowledge, they develop and then have at their disposal a knowledge of their own, something lacked by people with a natural worldview.
They learn to recognize each other in a crowd as early as childhood, and they develop an awareness of the existence of other individuals similar to them.
They also become conscious of being different from the world of those other people surrounding them. They view us from a certain distance, take a paraspecific variety." - Lobaczewski
I am not sure if I missed something here or there is something I am not understanding or if the above statement Lobaczewski made is expounded upon and we have to wait for his book. Do we know precisely HOW psychopaths "recognize each other"? I am curious about this, especially if they can spot each other in a crowd as early as childhood.
My apologies if I've placed this in an inappropriate spot.
Thought this would also help to give a visual perspective on the subject, including the profile, and motives to better defend against being a victim.
Defense Against the Psychopath
The Video the Pentagon doesn't want you to see!
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Q:..Why do YOU think we are drawn together? (LC) I don't know. I just feel something powerful.
A: Every one here thinks on more than one level. This already puts everyone into a different category than the status quo. You all have quite well developed senses, a more difficult task is learning to trust the messages. Remember, you all have received negative programming at the third density level, which is designed to derail your higher psychic awareness. You by now know that this is false programming, but we realize that the subconscious centers are more difficult for you to overcome.