At first, as often happens, I was thinking, ‘WTF do I know about this?’. hahaha. But now (as also often happens) I think I have an opinion.
I think it’s sort of like looking at different animals. A tiger. An elephant. A whale.
Those are three very different animals, yes? But each in its own right, we would mostly agree, is very powerful.
Each of those animals also has its own life cycle. When it’s young and playing around, when it gets older and is more goal-oriented, when it reaches mating and maturity time, and so on.
What if these programs you mentioned are the same. What if there’s a young version of Emperor and there’s also a kind of established, settled family version. And what if the same could be true for the other programs as well. They might look different, but what they’d share in common would be that they’d kind of established their Home and their Kingdom.
The quality of constantly exploring and roving around is most popular among the adolescents. Young and in search of new frontiers and new opportunities. So, maybe the way someone processes Emperor, or Khan, or Stark, is not just a consequence of the subliminal. But is also related to the stage of life that they are in while using the subliminal.