n. Often church-oriented, it is a means to control the masses, using such promises as eternal life, love, power, and happiness. It also involves fictional characters such as Jesus Christ, Satan, Jehova, etc. as well as fictitious places like Heaven, Hell, and Limbo.
From an objective point of view, the world leader attained his power using the fear instilling objects from organised religion.
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