Our good friend, The Male Brain, sent over an article the other day to feature in one of our Great Mondaydact Browser Butcher compilations, concerning an Instathot who struggles with narcissistic personality disorder. The moment I opened it up and looked at the woman’s face, I physically recoiled, because it was INSTANTLY obvious from her eyes that she has some serious issues.
Here is the woman in question, from the article:
Try, if you can, to ignore the gratuitous boobage and sultry poses for a moment, and look at her eyes – you’ll have to get past the fake contacts first, of course.
What do they tell you?
If you’re anything like me, they tell you that she is spiritually and emotionally empty.
The Eyes are the Window to the Soul
22 “The eye is the lamp of the body. So, if your eye is healthy, your whole body will be full of light, 23 but if your eye is bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If then the light in you is darkness, how great is the darkness!— Matthew 6:22-23, English Standard Version
That phrase is rooted in Scripture, and like all such things, is therefore true. The eyes are always dead giveaways to the state of someone’s mind. It doesn’t take much effort to learn how to read them effectively. Once I figured out how to do it, I was able to get quick “reads” on people fairly easily to figure out whether someone is confident, scared, sorrowful, angry, and so on.
The eyes of someone with narcissistic personality disorder, however, are genuinely deeply unsettling. And it’s not hard to see why. Take a look at what Ms Batra says about herself, from the link above:
Miss World Australia finalist Kanika Batra, 26, has narcissistic personality disorder – a condition she says gives her impulsive urges, feelings of emptiness and unstable moods.
‘I have irrational reactions sometimes when I feel the narcissistic supply draining – I’m so used to external validation that I don’t know how to produce internal validation.’
The Sydney model – who has also written a psychological thriller – said she often goes into ‘rage spirals’ when someone or something offends her.
‘I’m hot-tempered so sometimes I’ll burn bridges I don’t need to and I will do really reckless, impulsive things like spend all my money,’ she said.
Ms Batra has also been diagnosed with anti-social personality disorder, which she says means she lacks empathy, guilt or remorse.
‘It’s not something I was born with. It’s not something I’ve ever experienced – but I feel like that doesn’t make me a bad person,’ she said.
Those quotes elaborate quite well upon what the eyes of the woman in question reveal. This is not a psychologically healthy person.
That is the first lesson to learn from this – if you look in someone’s eyes and you immediately feel like there is something seriously wrong, your first impressions are very likely to be correct.
Oh, but wait, it gets more interesting still:
Ms Batra, who is currently engaged to her boyfriend, Sam, has previously revealed in a YouTube interview that she cheated in three relationships because she didn’t feel the guilt that typically comes with betrayal.
‘I just didn’t have that sort of regard for that person because it didn’t make me feel bad to see somebody else,’ she said.
‘It didn’t make me feel guilty. I didn’t get home and then like, not sleep at night because I had betrayed somebody. It’s easy for us to switch that part off [and] compartmentalise.’
But after seeing a psychiatrist, Ms Batra said she managed to unlearn this behaviour and become more self-aware, which has changed how she sees both herself and her fiancé.
‘The main difference is that now I do respect my partner,’ she said.
‘I do understand that his needs need to be met as well as my own.’
Here’s the video in question:
All I can say is that her fiance had better have a DAMNED good lawyer on retainer – and an ironclad prenup. Otherwise, he’s going to find that she will extract his wallet straight through his genitals, without anaesthesia – quite possibly after cheating on him.
You will observe several things immediately.
First, those contact lenses are there for a REASON. She uses them to unsettle and unnerve you. This is CLASSIC narcissistic behaviour. As Michael Trust (aka Anonymous Conservative – not so “anonymous” anymore, I wager) points out in his excellent, though rather hard-to-read and unpleasant, work, How to Deal With Narcissists: Why they Became Evil, How They Think, And Strategies and Techniques to Take Control, narcissists LOVE to make people uncomfortable. They get off on it. The feeling of someone else’s helplessness and misery gives them TREMENDOUS power.
Second, her “little girl” voice is often (though not always) a dead giveaway of a woman who suffered abuse in childhood, of some kind or another. I make no claims on this subject with relation to Ms Batra, as I am not a psychologist or diagnostician of any kind.
And third, her behaviour, by her own admission, is one of total lack of remorse for harm inflicted upon others. She doesn’t see why this is an issue – well, maybe she does now, after therapy, but previously, she certainly did not.
The Broader Problem
To be very clear, I am not picking specifically on Ms Batra herself. She clearly has identified her problem and is doing something about it. And good for her.
Also, it is worth noting that she is clearly vastly better looking than most women from her race and background – though that isn’t saying much. There is a REASON – actually, there are MANY good reasons, which you can read here, here, and here – why women of Indian extraction simply don’t feature in the much-beloved weekly Friday T&A series of this ‘ere very ‘eavy, very ‘umble site. As you can see from these photos, once you remove the filters and lighting, she’s not actually that attractive:
(That lack of actual attractiveness is not coincidental either. It is a basic truism that physical beauty and psychological health are closely connected – because both derive from spiritual strength and power. A woman who appears to be physically beautiful, but can only maintain that beauty through extensive surgeries, cosmetic enhancements, and software filters, is very often psychologically damaged – and the reverse is usually true as well. Both kinds of damage reflect deep spiritual cancer.)
The attraction that such a woman holds for men is not merely physical. It is psychological. There is something extremely exciting to men about dangerous women, and because we’re men, and we’re STOOPID, we don’t stop to think about just how dangerous they are. This gets us into all kinds of trouble.
And that is the real point to be made here – about the extreme dangers of letting someone like that into your life. Nations and empires have fallen to ruin because of such women.
The Spirit of Jezebel
That is because the traits you observed above are those of the Jezebel Spirit.
The story of Jezebel and Ahab in the Bible is one of the most compelling to be found anywhere, spanning from 1 Kings 16-22, ending in 2 Kings 9 with Jezebel’s execution at the hands of Jehu. Here is how it started:
29 In the thirty-eighth year of Asa king of Judah, Ahab the son of Omri began to reign over Israel, and Ahab the son of Omri reigned over Israel in Samaria twenty-two years. 30 And Ahab the son of Omri did evil in the sight of the Lord, more than all who were before him. 31 And as if it had been a light thing for him to walk in the sins of Jeroboam the son of Nebat, he took for his wife Jezebel the daughter of Ethbaal king of the Sidonians, and went and served Baal and worshiped him. 32 He erected an altar for Baal in the house of Baal, which he built in Samaria. 33 And Ahab made an Asherah. Ahab did more to provoke the Lord, the God of Israel, to anger than all the kings of Israel who were before him.— 1 Kings 16:29-33, English Standard Version
The story of the house of Ahab is quite terrible when you read through the details. Ahab bore a very great deal of the blame for what he did wrong. But he was unquestionably put down the wrong path by his Sidonian (i.e. Phoenician) wife, Jezebel, a pagan idol-worshipper who practised sexual immorality of the most flagrant kind.
Now, you would think that the works of Jezebel died with her. Sadly, they did not. The “Jezebel Spirit” lives on throughout the modren world, and it has done incalculable damage to all of us.
What are the characteristics of the Jezebel Spirit? The available literature seems to be pretty divided on exactly what they are, and women are not alone in being afflicted with the Jezebel Spirit. It can affect men as well as women, and it can and absolutely DOES affect entire organisations.
For the purposes of this discussion, let us restrict our attentions only to women, who are almost by definition far more likely to exhibit characteristics of the Jezebel Spirit. Here is a non-exhaustive list of them:
- Near-complete lack of a moral code or centre, i.e. no ability to feel remorse for doing something wrong, since in her eyes, there is NO SUCH THING as objective “right” or “wrong”;
- A highly obsessive desire to control and dominate others;
- An extremely vengeful streak and a tendency to overreact to those whom she considers to have wronged her;
- High degree of ability to manipulate and coerce men into doing what she wants, especially by mocking their manhood;
- Wanton sexual immorality and inability to restrain lusts and passions;
- Willingness to lie and use falsehoods to get one’s way;
- Ability to use artifice and misdirection to gaslight people into believing things that are blatantly untrue;
The observant among you will note that all of these traits are interconnected. These traits all speak to a woman (or man, or organisation) that is not spiritually right and cannot hope to redeem itself through man-made means.
Conclusion – Flee the Jezebel
The first step toward dealing with a Jezebel Spirit, in anyone, but ESPECIALLY in a woman, is to recognise it, and to flee headlong from it. That kind of woman is actively dangerous to men of any kind. Such a woman is especially destructive toward herself in the end, and anyone within her orbit who is fooled by her will invariably be caught up in the disasters that result. Great will be the sufferings of those so ensnared.
And the first step toward recognising such a woman, is to look at her eyes.
One of the biggest problems with modren society is that, in our insistence on being “nice” – rather than kind – to everyone, we have forgotten how to train people to obey their first instincts. The prejudices that we feel are not always misguided or wrong – they are in fact highly developed survival traits (xenophobia being an excellent example) designed to protect us from things and people that are likely to be quite dangerous.
So when you observe eyes in a person that make you feel like your skin is crawling and you want to jump for the nearest exit – obey that instinct, because it is your spiritual core telling you something very important.
Finally, if you happen to encounter the Jezebel Spirit in your organisations and daily life, then the first and most important weapon against it is always prayer. This absolutely does work. It just doesn’t work immediately. Prayer is the single most powerful weapon we Christians have, and we use it all too rarely. We ought to learn to wield it as the spiritual sword and shield that it truly is.
Remember, of course, that the words themselves are useless without faith in Christ Jesus Himself to give them power. Without that faith, the words are empty and the Jezebel Spirit will laugh at your pathetic attempts to mutter incantations to ward it off – and will then proceed to crush you like a bug.
But with that faith, not even the Devil himself can withstand your strength.