But on closer inspection it reveals another shadowy area of De Angelo’s seduction method. The woman’s feelings are but mirrors of your own posturing.And therefore she cannot be convinced, through word or action, but must only reflect your own intentions.This echo of the masculinists of the 1970s is something not many people can argue with.No one is trying to tell you to run your life in conflict with who you are.Mystery states that there are times when it’s important to “distract” a woman on the path to seducing her.Mystery suggests that if all else fails, one can always fill space and time with words.In other words, De Angelo is a fan of women, outright, without having to constantly remind everyone the way his colleagues sometimes do. David De Angelo’s is one of the more sensible pickup artist programs from this new generation of pick up artists.De Angelo has been saying for years that women are not as hung up on looks as men are – something that social scientists are now saying as well. I’ve included below 5″David De Angelo lessons” along with some thoughts on the ideas they represent: This sounds plain enough. But this is one of the areas of De Angelo’s philosophy that leans more toward the thinking patterns of his forebears Jeffries and Mystery.
David De Angelo contends that most human behaviors are motivated by mating.De Angelo is suggesting that a woman does not freely ‘choose’ who she is attracted to, but can be influenced by all sorts of outside sources.The key is to control those things which are in your control and aim them at the woman in such a way as to force her to be attracted to you. This is a direct shot at some of the weaker facets of the Mystery Method. David De Angelo is dark-skinned with a Mediterranean look. Perhaps he knew people wouldn’t be fooled by a more Anglo-sounding name.And mating in humans is no different than mating in other animals: there is a good and bad side for both participants. I’m not sure De Angelo has any numbers or research to back up his claims. But some of what David De Angelo purports is not far from the mark.