How to strengthen a government even a dynasty to endure to the last day? History tells us many lessons in which there is one principle enabling a long lasting conservation of power. In a larger scale this principle has been used to cope with the universal problems or control the thoughts of humanity for centuries.

The prospective sovereign and their successors must be selected and trained on not the basis of inheritance but personality ability. They show a depth of capacity of dealing with political mysteries and secrets in a wise way. Those who have ever experienced political art are better for a choice. These candidates also prove themselves having a high rate of practicing political schemes. In some cases of excellence their tasks must be analyzed and compared through the well-known experiences achieved throughout many centuries. They get committed to keeping the true spirit of the law. Law is formed and enforced for the purpose of human relationship control. Those who could revoke it must be regularly reassessed on the background of observations inferred from the aspects of society, economy, science and politics. The decisive approval relies on what probability this trainee could make to convert to the determined target as planned by the ruler.

The power can’t be inherited to the direct descendants of the previous potentate; so the phase of assessment needs to be well done to detect any sign of frivolity, lenience or other tendencies that would be detrimental to the authority and prestige of the ruler. History actually tells about many cases in which the reins of the government or dynasty should be granted to not only undoubtedly capable but also cruel in character. In the era of enormously devastating wars any form of inefficiency in the rulers were detected and they were compelled to hand over to the new hands. One of the worst phenomena is not having full of cunning integrity to keep plans of action unknown even to the closest advisors.

The will of the despot was so high hardened that he could evidence an immovable impact on himself and humanity. His fate was coerced into his own mysterious path. His order hadn’t been made unknown until it was issued; so that nobody could oppose him. Any approval on his mission won’t be taken after being severely tested by the senior crowned heads.

Historic events have also come from the hidden stratagem used as the omnipotent power to live in both harmony and hatred between two forces by means of mutual terror. Both will be eventually falling under the secret influence and in public the chieftain must be skilled in addressing all the issues in dualistic viewpoint.

In the epic annals so many lessons could be learned from the battle between sensuality and mentality of a ruler. The condition of pleasing and fulfilling determined in a ruler’s senses or sensuality always upsets his mentality. This reaction results in his passion and inevitably deflects his thought. This upheaval can condition any action into the worst or most bestial fallout. This way of thinking from a ruler can be exalted the highest sacrifice of a person for the goal of a certain group. History reckons it an intelligent thought to serve the benefit of a group or a race. It can be praised the sacred seed to be inherited and becomes irreproachable despite its diabolical atrocity in its impact on humanity.


CHIEF: a leader or ruler of a people or clan

LEADER: the person who leads or commands a group, organization, or country

HEAD: a person in charge of something

HEADMAN: the chief or leader of a community or tribe

BOSS: a person in charge of a worker or organization

PRINCIPAL: the head of a school, college, or other educational institution

HEADMASTER: the man in charge of a private school

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FOREMAN: a worker, especially a man, who supervises and directs other workers

RAMROD: a person, especially one in a position of leadership, who is strict and uncompromising

GAFFER: a person in charge of others

SACHEM: a boss or leader

EXECUTIVE: a person with senior managerial responsibility in a business organization

PRESIDENT: the elected head of a republican state; the head of a college or university; the head of a company

MASTER: a person who has dominance or control of something

RULER: a person exercising government or dominion

SOVEREIGN: a supreme ruler, especially a monarch

MONARCH: a sovereign head of state, especially a king, queen, or emperor

CROWN: the reigning monarch, representing a country’s government

CZAR: a person appointed by government to advise on and coordinate policy in a particular area

LORD: someone or something having power, authority, or influence

OVERLORD: a person of great power or authority

POTENTATE: a monarch or ruler, especially an autocratic one

DYNAST: a member of a powerful family, especially a hereditary ruler

EMPEROR: a sovereign ruler of great power and rank, especially one ruling an empire

KHAN: a title given to rulers and officials in central Asia

IMPERATOR: commander (a title conferred under the Republic on a victorious general and under the Empire on the emperor)

MIKADO: a title given to the emperor of Japan

KAISER: the head of the Holy Roman Empire

AUTARCH: a ruler who has absolute power

KING: the male ruler of an independent state, especially one who inherits the position by right of birth

PRINCE: a male royal ruler of a small state, actually, nominally, or originally subject to a king or emperor

SUZERAIN: a sovereign or state having some control over another state that is internally autonomous

EMIR: a Muslim (usually Arab) military commander or local chief

SULTAN: a Muslim sovereign

SHEIKH: an Arab leader, in particular the chief or head of an Arab tribe, family, or village

MAHARAJA: an Indian prince

RAJAH: a title extended to petty dignitaries and nobles in India during the British Ra

BARON: an important or powerful person in a specified business or industry

MAGNATE: a wealthy and influential person, especially in business

TYCOON: a wealthy, powerful person in business or industry

MOGUL: an important or powerful person, especially in the motion picture or media industry

GRANDEE: a person of high rank or eminence

MANDARIN: a powerful official or senior bureaucrat, especially one perceived as reactionary and secretive

NABOB: a Muslim official or governor under the Mogul empire

ZILLIONNAIRE: an extremely rich person

PLUTOCRAT: a person whose power derives from their wealth

CAPITALIST: a wealthy person who uses money to invest in trade and industry for profit in accordance with the principles of capitalism

FINANCIER: a person concerned with the management of large amounts of money on behalf of governments or other large organizations

INDUSTRIALIST: a person involved in the ownership and management of industry

BANKER: an officer or owner of a bank or group of banks

CHIEFTAIN: the leader of a people or clan

COMMANDER: a person in authority, especially over a body of troops or a military operation

COMMANDER IN CHIEF: a head of state or officer in supreme command of a country’s armed forces

KINGPIN: a person or thing that is essential to the success of an organization or operation

SKIPPER: the captain of a ship or boat

CAPTAIN: a police officer in charge of a precinct, ranking below a chief

LIEGE: a feudal superior or sovereign

PADRONE: an employer, especially one who exploits immigrant workers


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