through the looking glass at some invisible energy

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Telepathic Influence and Remote Hypnosis. In books, movies and theatre, there is a long tradition of showing an evil character with the power to control minds. Normally this person seduces young women and uses undo influence to gain money that is not rightfully his, or some equally despicable set of actions, to make sure we know this person is evil.

talisman tal·is·man
* 1. an object, typically an inscribed ring or stone, that is thought to have magic powers and to bring good luck: “those rings, so fresh and gleaming, were their talismans”
Talisman – Wikipedia
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A talisman is any object ascribed with religious or magical powers intended to protect, heal, or harm individuals for whom they are made. Talismans are often portable objects carried on someone in a variety of ways, but can also be installed permanently in architecture.

para-psychology par·a·psy·chol·o·gy
* 1. the study of mental phenomena which are excluded from or inexplicable by orthodox scientific psychology (such as hypnosis, telepathy, etc.).
Parapsychology – Wikipedia
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Parapsychology is the study of alleged psychic phenomena (extrasensory perception, as in telepathy, precognition, clairvoyance, psychokinesis, a.k.a. telekinesis, and psychometry) and other paranormal claims, for example related to near-death experiences, synchronicity, apparitional experiences, etc.

an iron will
Urban Dictionary: iron will
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iron will. A burning determination that cannot be stopped or hindered by anything; Willing to do anything to get a desired out come; Extremely resilient. He has an iron will trying to stand up after that punch. by aurellious January 18, 2010. Flag.

IRON-WILLED | Definition of IRON-WILLED by Oxford Dictionary …
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adjective. Implacably determined on a course of action; very resolute. ‘an iron-willed leader who has rallied and refreshed her tiring team’. More example sentences. ‘I’d promised not to become a weakling; I promised to stay a strong iron-willed girl.’. ‘Only the most iron-willed amongst America’s youth can stand up to the pull of commercial pop culture.’.

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