posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 10:32 AM
Religion is one of my specialties, and from what I have found, our masters have already considered this question, and have formulated a plan.
As various posters have already pointed out, there have been recent experiments in the "elimination" of religion with the efforts of the communist
regimes of the last century.
And yet, upon closer examination, an elimination was never really taking place at all, rather, it was a program of "replacement".
Which led to another question as to whether or not that replacement was "satisfying enough" to persist in any usable form. Obviously, the short
answer was "no", which is why the pendulum swung back the other way, with Russia as a great example of people who rather quickly re-embraced their
But by the time the simple Russian "came back" to the old faith, too many generations had intervened, so things weren't going to be quite the same.
Plus, the Russian Orthodox church had been thoroughly infiltrated, with most priests on the payroll of the KGB during the Soviet era.
Pol Pot, perhaps a better example of severing a generation from their past, he proved such a thing was at least possible, and further, that it could
be done very fast, if you were brutal enough.
But there is "another way", and it could be that our masters have been working on this other way for a long time now.
Let's take a quick step back. The OP question about ending all religions. I think history proves that it isn't very likely, that what is far more
likely is what we have always seen: Existing religions will either morph into something else, or be replaced by another, but some kind of religion
will always be with us.
Couple reasons for this. First, and foremost, religion is a TOOL, deliberately used by the elite for people-control. That being the case, we can see
that they are far more likely to take regular action to ensure religion's survival, even if we fail to notice it. In other words, religion will
continue to be nurtured by our masters, since they plan to keep it as one of their more powerful tools. Exactly "which" religions are helped the
most has to do with how useful they are within the long-term plan.
Second, religion does in fact answer a human need. Because we do not "know" what happens after death, it seems that most people would prefer to
have an "answer" anyway, in spite of the fact that such a thing would be inherently unprovable. Perhaps this very human Achilles Heel was bred into
us over time, or reinforced so much that there is literal meme-strength in the equation. But whether or not it is completely "natural" or not, it
is a force to be reckoned with. I think that at a minimum, our masters realize this, and use it accordingly.
Certainly, this realization, this acknowledgement of this "human need" has been factored-in to the big plan.
SO, in answer to the OP question, it seems likely that all religions will be "eliminated" as they have been before, through replacement.
Further, I think that the evidence shows that this coming new religion will be ONE religion, just as there will be ONE world government. It fits, and
isn't that surprising really.
However, there is an ingenius twist, based on what I see shaping up! The coming "replacement religion" for the planet isn't going to
be what many of us imagine it to be. Perhaps many atheists see a world where secular humanist thinking must surely triumph. Religionists often see
"their" religion as perhaps one day finally beating out the others, or converting the world, etc.
NONE OF THE ABOVE!
To really answer the question as to what is most likely headed our way, we must first consider the question from our master's
perspective. Why is this most rational approach so often ignored?
This isn't about what "makes sense" for us, it's about what they deem important for the realization of their plans. Not everyone will
agree, but I personally have come to the conclusion that our masters desire a future "Utopia" where they can rule forever, over a docile "slave"
population. I would prefer to call this coming world a "Plantation", since that would be the way the slave would have to see it.
What is desired on this coming Plantation is "good slaves". That's the key to understanding what our masters have in store for us, or
perhaps our grandchildren when it comes to religion.
To have a truly good slave, he must have his head "right". In other words, his primary motivations to serve must come from within, not from
without. Another way to put it, when the slave serves his master, he will actually imagine that he is serving "god"! Ingenius!
Our masters have studied this issue for centuries, have "enjoyed" servants and slaves, and they are convinced that there will come a day when they
finally CAN get good help! And why not? They have worked hard to bring this to fruition.
Back to religion. It is my belief that our masters will use this as one of their primary tools in the complete and permanent enslavement of humanity
that they envision.
Is such a thing even possible? I'm not completely sure, but I think that it is. The task of enslaving humanity involves several steps, but they are
seemingly well on their way.
First, humanity must be "herded" in the direction desired. Why so? Because when the time comes to close the door behind us, most will be walking
into the cage voluntarily (Ask Pol Pot what happens to the remainder.)
Next, the cage. Our masters have already crafted what I call the "perfect cage" for the mind. Such a thing would consist of a cohesive memeplex
that accounts for all history and viable culture up to that time, and also serves to inculcate all the desirable "slave traits" (at least in
embryonic form). This memeplex (religion) would, like all religions, re-infect all subsequent generations, once the initial population was
What's needed next is a "delivery system", something already well-established worldwide that can take this "new religion" (the slave religion),
and inject it into the host population. It should be pointed out that there would be a volitional component to this, which would be primary, but
there would likely come a time to finally close the door, and destroy the remaining population that failed to accept the new "faith".
What's left will be the desired population of slaves. At that point, the only thing remaining is to seal the exits so that they and their children
can never leave, indeed, they will not so much as entertain the hope to ever leave.
There's much more to this, and the project has been underway for a long time now. Our masters have enjoyed incredible success in my opinion, which
makes me think they may succeed in this diabolical plan one day.
I'm one of the very few even talking about this, but I would encourage anyone to study these matters. I do believe that there are future generations