Analytic: ability to peer through issues to understand meaning and intention.
Artistic: ability to create something of beauty or integrity.
Bully: power taken by effectively intimidating or threatening harm to others.
Causal: opportunity to gain power through preceding events that may or may not be related.
Civic: power obtained and shared within a civil society.
Compassion: ability to identify with the suffering of another.
Covenantal: power structured from and within a group based on group agreements.
Cultural: power given to people who possess a knowledge of their history and heritage. The sharing of power through cultural practices.
Democratic: power based on a system of shared governance.
Empathy: the power to feel what another may be feeling.
Environmental: power given to those living within a supportive environment, either a natural environment that allows agriculture and clean water for survival, or a supportive family/educational environment.
Familial: power given according to the place within a family.
Gall: power taken, often temporarily, through risk and confidence.
Holographic: power seized by layers of conditions and events that inspire awakening, change and mass movements.
Infinite: divinity, god, goddess, creator - the power that belongs to the universe beyond the interests of particular species. Posterity, chaos, impermanence.
Influence: power to persuade others based on knowledge, rhetoric, through the skilled use of communication devices.
Integral: power earned through knowledge, authority, wisdom and justice.
Judgement: power of forming an opinion based on evidence, sometimes from perception which can lead to errors in judgement.
Kindness: helping another or others, without expected gain for the self.
Love: in its true unsentimental form is an elemental energy that binds all beings to relationship, which cannot be owned or controlled by any other power.
Matriarchal: power given to a female head of family.
Misappropriated: power unjustly taken from some to give to interests above and beyond their due.
Music: the power of subliminal tones to soothe, inspire and connect sentient beings regardless of nationality and language.
Natural: the power given to all beings based on the natural traits of their species. Every living thing from weeds to humans have natural powers.
Personality: influence gained through force of personality, such as charisma, confidence and sense of entitlement.
Patriarchal: although this may be thought of as power given to a male head of the family, it is today a set of beliefs and practices based on notions around the nature of masculinity.
Political: means to affect change, influence opinion within government, business, the military and media.
Position: specific and hidden powers given to those who hold a professional or honorary position.
Propaganda: power to organize information to elicit a particular response.
Prophecy: a wide angle view of present trends as they influence our perceptions and choices, along with possible dangers for the future, and advice on how to overcome the most harm.
Observatory: power of seeing, not just with the eyes, but with the full capacity of mind and body.
Reflection: bending back to consider a thought, an action, to re-think, to re-examine a position.
Sexual: ability to affect or manipulate based on sexual attractiveness.
Spiritual: power that transcends geography and time that enlightens and informs individual and collective interests towards insight.
Socio-economic: power allocated to those within certain classes based on wealth, family lines and education.
Telepathy: communication between minds, thought transference, capacity to understand a meaning which has not been spoken or written.
Understand: to grasp an idea, to comprehend the meaning of words.
Verify: to ascertain the truth of something through evidence or research
Writing: putting thoughts and feelings on paper, using words and sentence structure that readers can understand.
Will: determination to do something, go somewhere, say something.
Xenophobic: isolating minorities with prejudice to create fear, hate, to divide and conquer. As a political tool this usually results in all parties being harmed, including eventually, the ruling elite.
Yes: to affirm, agree to, approve, or contradict a negative.
Zoetic: living, vital energy, anima and animus - the seat of our power and its mortality.