Is it really possible to invade an enemy’s mind and win without a fight?
Have you ever wondered why politicians, speakers and performers get everything they want?
Are you tired of others always getting the better of you at work or in the rest of your life?
Do modern life-hack tips always seem repetitive to you?
If you ask yourself these questions, the answer is: The Art of Psychological Warfare.
Psychological warfare has existed since the beginning of time. Ancient documents such as The Art of War by Sun Tzu or historical people such as Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Niccolò Machiavelli are examples of people who understood the timelessness of military and psychological strategies.
With the progress of time, up to the present day, the art of war has become increasingly subtle and difficult to identify.
Since the mid-twentieth century, great advances in our knowledge of the most effective methods of mass communication and persuasion have been visible in a wide range of professional fields, including journalism, marketing, public relations, interrogation and public opinion studies. However, these successes have also had troubling implications: propaganda, subversion, intimidation, disinformation, large-scale lies, deception, counter-insurgency, brainwashing and manipulation of public opinion in which our individual freedom of thought is constantly under attack.
This manual provides a cutting-edge distillation of some of the most influential concepts of dark psychology, techniques honed over the centuries by politicians, strategists, speakers, performers and sellers around the world.
This manual can be in your hands. But use it with diligence.
Here are some areas that you will discover within The Art of Psychological Warfare:
- What Sun Tzu and Machiavelli can teach you to destroy your enemies.
- How to spot dark personalities and how to defend yourself from their influence.
- The psychology of deception, influence and domination.
- The art of blackmail and manipulation.
- How brainwashing works in sects, organisations and brands.
- How political propaganda and media tactics manage to do what they want with the masses.
- The art of war applicable to work, relationships and the business world.
This book is not a joke. Like it or not, ‘out there’, there will always be people who will try to hurt you or try to use you for their own pleasure or benefit.
You are not the only person with access to psychological warfare methods. If you don’t already know it, chances are you are a lifelong victim.
In this book, the author studies the various forms of psychological warfare, the dark personalities, the key elements of this PsyWar and, most importantly, how we can fight back and win. It is, without doubt, the best gift you can give to yourself.