Latent Power

Human powers is best established as innate, inborn sources of supplying energy — and which sources are capable of magnification, of decrease, of being latent and untapped, and of being de-energized or depowered.

Qualities of power that can be exerted physically and mentally — all of which can be nurtured and enhanced, or caused to be latent or weakened.

The human mind is designed for learning.

It is also obvious that social processes in which everyone is embedded greatly determine what we do and do not learn, and it this factor that accounts for all types of failure to nurture many learning potentials.

People best recognize what they expect to see and often fail in recognizing whatever they do not expect to see.

For example, most do not expect to experience telepathy or intuition or other subtle activities supporting empowerment. And so they might not realize that such activities go on all the time about them. Thus, what we expect to see is visible to us, while the unexpected can.

For example, the socially engineered poor and powerless often do not expect significant increases in wealth and power, and so the subtle wherewithal of empowerment phenomena might remain invisible and meaningless even though empowerment potentials are innate within them.


Expanding one’s awareness potentials certainly plays a crucial role with regard to empowerment and to power. Indeed, one has to become aware of something in order to even begin dealing with it. But there are no studies regarding awareness, much less studies regarding how to expand its fabulous spectrum.

The attributes of intuition, telepathy, and foresight are so visible among our species and in all cultures, so much so that most at least tacitly accept without question their real existence. It is true that many books about these three elements have appeared. But extensive and efficient studies of them have NEVER been officially sponsored by any invested societal power structure.

When the majority of people are kept in a state of unknowing, they are easier to influence, control, or dominate by the managers of power-structure systems. The best way of defeating empowerment among the masses is to keep absent ANY knowledge that has real implications toward empowerment. And almost anything along those lines can be rendered invisible, or at least cast into confusion.