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Originally posted by WhoKnows100
Thanks OP, I've watched half so far.
It's never ceases to amaze me that people refuse to see the connection between the rise of the New Age movement and it's purpose (to prime humanity for the New World Order and the rise of the AC).
Satan can rise undetected when he removes the belief in God and the Bible.
"Sadly and astonishingly, prominent and inquiring men have also seen fit to submit their reason to this promise of "secret" knowledge transmitted privately. Indeed, there is no secret society of importance operating anywhere in the world that does not employ this very ruse to ensure loyalty and obedience from its selected members and initiates. It is obviously a major turn-on for certain people to consider themselves privy to an arcane tradition lauded from the heights by so august and powerful a quorum. As the feudal barons garnered assistance in times of war from their knights and serfs by promises of land and loot, so have the religious quorum seduced men by the lure of sequestered wisdom. Promises of this kind have, however, served a greater purpose than to merely ensure conformity and obedience. The promise of secret knowledge plays to the vanity of men, the very vanity that Ecclesiastes so adamantly warns mankind against. The promise becomes a lure and source of obsession. Under the spell of the promise men will eagerly construct and endorse the obscene hierarchy. They will do so because they secretly desire rank within that hierarchy. The vast majority of men seek to lord it over those below them. And once this seniority is bestowed, protected, and ensured, the vanity of "little men" is swiftly satiated. One may not be pharaoh over the whole game, but being made the lord over one small square on the board, so to speak, provides quite enough ego satisfaction for the power-gorged man in this world. The masters of men’s minds bet on their puppet’s vanity being their best ally. They bet well."