For example, Hitler, Stalin, Mao, and Mussolini did not exemplify pro-social optimal forms of the archetypes of maturity. On the contrary, each of them projected "shadow" forms from his psyche, and their followers who regarded each of them as a charismatic leader also projected "shadow" forms from their own psyches onto each leader.
Now, Cabane describes what she refers to as four styles of charisma (pages 98-114), which are related to the kinds of archetypes of maturity that Moore describes:
(1) authority charisma (involving the Warrior archetypes, masculine and feminine);
(2) focus charisma (involving the Royal archetypes, King and Queen);
(3) visionary charisma (involving the Magician archetypes, masculine and feminine);
(4) kindness charisma (involving the Lover archetypes, masculine and feminine).
For Trump's most ardent supporters, he projects authority charisma, as Cabane operationally defines and explains this charisma style (pages 104-107).
Incidentally, Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette describe the four masculine archetypes of maturity in this 1990 book King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine (HarperSanFrancisco).
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