The 48 Laws of Power
Robert Greene
Contributed by Jack Shields
Chapter 37

Law Thirty-Seven: Create Compelling Spectacles


The act of creating some level of imagery as well as developing compelling spectacles present a chance of creating a façade of power (Greene 309). Many people are likely to respond to an individual. They are likely to be attracted to the visuals created. Through the process, there is a likelihood of such people to look into how they could resemble the same spectacle created. In the 1780s, there was a quick spread of information regarding the spectacular practice of Dr. Weisleder (Greene 310). He was believed to have the power to perform miracles. Through the process, he was able to attract a wide level of following among people in the city.

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