1 – Avoid contact initially, if you think he might be a predator; ignore & take it for a bit and see if he moves on; most will move on, since they are sadists who feed on reaction. Stay Calm.
2 – Bite-Back, HARD. This is done as a last resort when you have ascertained he will pursue, do not cower and wait too long; they smell fear & weakness. Be ruthless, no mercy.
You must stay FIRM at all costs.
3 – Keep biting back, calling the police or saying no and being mean and the most ruthless version of yourself that you can be. Do not be nice. Do not think about him and try to feel bad for him. He made many bad choices before he met you.
4 – Understand the inner-world of a predator. They are very perceptive. It says of Satan, the king of all predators, that he prowls around looking for someone to devour.
Be of sober spirit, be on the alert. Your adversary, the devil, prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour.
1 Peter 5:8 – NASB
This shows that a predator is a sadist who feeds on misery.
There exist people, far more than you know, who spend their years looking around for little boys to groom. These people are among us.
You must also understand that once the fangs of the serpent have gone in, it is very difficult to detach. You must cut it off early, which brings us to the most critical point.
5 – DO NOT PURSUE. There will come a time when you have made your point; this must be discerned through prayer & practice. In general, the best approach is to let him keep coming back for more.
When he understands your point, which is that you are not an easy prey (they view the whole world as prey), he will stop pursuing.
It is of UTMOST importance to NOT pursue at this time. Once you re-engage, it will chew out years of your life with catastrophic results.
The nature of Satan is to drag people down with him. These are called “the evil one,” which is not only talking about the father of lies, but his sons & daughters of Belial.
And lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from the evil one
Matthew 6:13 – NIV
They are the worthless ones who do not know YHWH.
Now the sons of Eli were sons of Belial; they knew not the Lord.
1 Samuel 2:12 – NASB
6 – DO NOT RESPECT; last but not least, is the crucial ingredient for your Freedom-brew.
Predators seek others to respect them. This is done because they have lost all human worth, almost to the point of no return.
If you respect, they WILL pursue you. They know when you disrespect them. DO NOT ANTAGONIZE; this is the same as pursuing. These people are looking for trouble.
14 Do not enter the path of the wicked
And do not proceed in the way of evil people.
15 Avoid it, do not pass by it;
Turn away from it and pass on.
16 For they cannot sleep unless they do evil;
And they are robbed of sleep unless they make someone stumble.
17 For they eat the bread of wickedness,
And drink the wine of violence.
Proverbs 4:14-17 – NASB
All you need is to make sure you change NOTHING in your life for him.
Don’t change where you walk, how you walk or your habits. They smell weakness and it will attract them back.
Avoid ALL contact. Disrespect in your mind & heart. Do not think he is powerful and amazing.
Look down on him in your heart, and have a dark energy towards him.
7 – Do not underestimate.
“People are NOT what you think.”
Some have a history, training and past that if you knew, it would blow your mind. That smelly weak-looking middle-aged neighbour you foolishly antagonize and trade blows with, might be a master-stalker looking for his next victim.
Having branded their own hearts,
They traverse the ways of Darkness,
And seek to make you stumble.
The snake of the earth crawls,
On his belly, seeking life,
To reverse and drag to the Dark,
In the descending Chambers of Death,
No one will hear you scream.
Manifesting the heart of their father,
Lucifer, the thief, he steals,
Kills & destroys as he prowls.
With Divine firm & resolute,
Confident, fearless & hopeful,
Defend the boundary,
Into your own heart & life.
Be careful above all,
You never know who you meet,
That nice man might be a beast,
Therefore keep your blade sharp.
By Ashkan Jafarpisheh – November 2020