R. Dahra Hargaalga Snr. Discusses How to Reform Personalities Enduring Metaphysical "Black Hole"
BENIN CITY, Nigeria, June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The question of whether intelligence is hereditary has always shared dangerous, if not poisonous, territory with questions arising from research studies that show cognitive differences across racial lines. In his new nonfiction book, "Take Over Control: Without Physical Violence" (published by AuthorHouse), R. Dahra Hargaalga Snr., Nigerian author, diviner and medium (Oboiro), engineer, metaphysician, economist and anthropologist, takes these parallel discussions to task, presenting a comprehensive theory about the causes of said cognitive differences and a means of reclaiming control.
"Take Over Control: Without Physical Violence" was inspired by a memorable lecture tour that Hargaalga took in the summer of 2008, when his thoughts on the matter of cognitive difference and progress as a race came into clear focus. He writes:
We have no control over our lives individually or otherwise, because a "black hole" exists in our psyche, heritage, soul, life, etc. as members of the human race. This made us incapable of organizing our lives rationally. . . . The true causes [of a metaphysical "black hole"] are ingredients in potions regularly consumed during initiations and funeral rituals. . . . Why take over control without physical violence? . . . Physical violence attracts physical violence; a violent environment can only lead to confusion and chaos; the result would be that the people that we were trying to liberate from spiritual tyranny get frightened and traumatized. This can only worsen their mental state further, which had already been damaged by potions and rituals.
"Take Over Control: Without Physical Violence" advocates "Homotheism," a synthesized version of metaphysical ideas in Africa, which Hargaalga believes will aid the healing of the psyche and encourage reformation of personalities, spirits and souls. Hargaalga does not limit his critique to just Africans and those of the diaspora, but finds his arguments to be universal to all victims of spiritual, psychic and ritual abuse, unifying all readers in a collective attempt to control their destiny.
R. Dahra Hargaalga Snr. was born in Benin City, Nigeria, and initiated into a secret masquerade society before the age of 10. He has studied and worked as an engineer along with earning his degree from the
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