posted on Sep, 25 2008 @ 02:27 AM
You can't fight for something that was never yours to begin with.
I open this topic with the above quote to ask the question: "What is the purpose of Freedom, from the points of view of Elites? As our Republic ends
and our police state begins, why, considering our Founding Fathers were Freemasons and Benjamin Franklyn belonged to the Hellfire Club, did they erect
a society where ordinary citizens have rights? If Freemasonry's overall goal is a Global Panopticon Police State, then why would they build America,
have free elections, a Bill of Rights, and a "free market" and so on?
I postulated that in between astrological ages, the Elites create reforms and democratic institutions to create flux and change as they go from one
system to another. Going back through history, I remembered the famous Athenian Democracy, which allowed a myriad of ideas to flourish. This
Athenian Democracy, and the philosophers contemporary to it, occurred as the Age of Aries was giving way to the Age of Pisces. Then, as the Age of
Pisces ground under way, the Roman Republic gives way to the Roman Empire, and then we have the Dark Ages, and a feudal system that lasts 1500 years.
We don't get Democracy until 1776.
Upon reflection of this brief overview of mainstream history, I asked the question: "Well what happened between the Age of Taurus and the Age of
Aries? Was there a Democratic flowering then? Assuming, as my hypothesis went, that Democracy and Freedom is allowed to flower between ages in order
to get creativity flowing and grease the wheels of Progress in this multithousand year business plan, what would history say? The target time, that
of between the Age of Taurus and the Age of Aries, would be about 2400 B.C.
The results were astounding. A cursory Googling gave me these results, from Wikipedia:
Urukagina (reigned ca. 2380 BC–2360 BC, short chronology), alternately rendered as Uruinimgina or Irikagina, was a ruler (énsi) of the
city-state Lagash in Mesopotamia. He is best-known for his reforms to combat corruption, which are sometimes cited as the first example of a legal
code in recorded history. Although the actual text has not been discovered yet, much of its content may be surmised from other references to it that
have been found. In it, he exempted widows and orphans from taxes; compelled the city to pay funeral expenses (including the ritual food and drink
libations for the journey of the dead into the lower world); and decreed that the rich must use silver when purchasing from the poor, and if the poor
does not wish to sell, the powerful man (the rich man or the priest) cannot force him to do so.
Urukagina's code is perhaps the first recorded example of government reform, seeking to achieve a higher level of freedom and equality. It limited
the power of the priesthood and large property owners and took measures against usury, burdensome controls, hunger, theft, murder, and seizure (of
people's property and persons); as he states, "The widow and the orphan were no longer at the mercy of the powerful man". The text describing
Urukagina's reforms is also the first known use of the word freedom, in this case the Sumerian ama-gi.[citation needed
Urukagina was the first in Babylonian recorded history to, as they say, "govern government."
Having read fragments of Ayn Rand, I was well acquainted with the concept that Freedom was necessary in order for the kind of scientific progress
necessary to build the weapons to build the Global Police State, and the Founding Fathers gave us Freedom with the full intention that their
descendants would pull it out from under us at the appropriate time. This is my thesis. And now, as we enter the Age of Aquarius, the stage is set
for another 2-thousand year Feudal Dark Age.