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It seems that many of you have missed the point.
The bottom line is this: official membership in the Illuminati, the OTO, or any of these other secret organizations is not necessary for you to belong to the great ambition, or to advance its cause. If you are enlightened, then your actions necessarily reveal your unity. The organizations exist merely to protect and advance the knowledge that is imperative for bringing humanity out of the dark ages. They do not exist to be apart from you, or to alienate you. They do not exist for you to follow, or to lead you. It is not even of consequence whether or not the organizations do or do not exist within a coherent structure. What is of consequence is your thought and your action. If you seek to divide the humans of earth by clinging to nationality, religious creed, ethnicity, or any other arbitrary means, you seek to destroy the future of humanity on this planet, and you are the enemy. If you deny these divisions and actively work against the enemy, then you are Illuminated, and you are a friend. This is the only division of any real consequence, and the enemy must be removed through whatever means available.
The Georgia Guidestones are a modern day Rosicrucian manifesto calling for (or announcing) a drastic change in the way the world is managed. The monument is of a great importance in the understanding of the forces covertly shaping today and tomorrow’s world. It materializes into stone the crucial link between secret societies, the world elite and the agenda for a New World Order. The push for a world government, population control and environmentalism are issues that are today discussed on a daily basis in current events. They were not in 1981, when the Guidestones were erected. Can we say that great progress was made?
Many of the rules of the Guidestones do make sense for the preserving of Earth on a long-term basis. But between the idealistic words of the Guidestone’s authors and the actual way these policies would be applied on the masses – by power-hungry and greedy politicians – there is a world of difference. Reading between the lines, the Guidestones require from the masses the loss of many personal liberties and to submit to heightened governmental control on many social issues … not to mention the death of 92.5% of the population…and probably not those of the “elite”. Is the concept of a democracy “by and for the people”, as idealized by the Founding Fathers a mere illusion, a temporary solution until the introduction of socialist world government? Why are the world’s citizens not being consulted in a democratic matter? I guess it is easier for the elites to manufacture consent through mass medias.
be·nev·o·lent [buh-nev-uh-luhnt] Show IPA adjective 1. characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings: a benevolent attitude; her benevolent smile. 2. desiring to help others; charitable: gifts from several benevolent alumni. 3. intended for benefits rather than profit: a benevolent institution.
Originally posted by chr0naut
reply to post by SquirrelNutz
Moloch was worshipped by placing babies in the arms of the brass statue of Moloch, heated by fire to red hot. They died, roasted alive. The concept of Moloch is a destructive meme and represents great evil.
The Sumerian society and culture weren't that great. You are attributing things to them that did not arise until centuries, or even millennia, after; or you are ignoring the Canaanite society that preceded (and outlasted) them.
The murder of the many for the survival of the few, as mentioned in your post, IS evil.
There are currently 7 billion people on Earth and we still seem to have resources enough for all. We just need to be more careful and fair in distributing them.
Originally posted by SquirrelNutz
reply to post by Mkoll
I agree with the first part of your post, but have to take issue with the second.
Not to sound elitist, myself, but why would you have decisions that are for the betterment of everyone come from the bottom, when people - the masses - really don't have a perception of the bigger picture that is necessary to have when making such important decisions in the first place.
[Let me be clear. I do not consider myself part of this elite class - but, I DO think that I understand the overall picture better than most]
And, there is NO WAY you read even half of that before replying, and therein lies a bigger problem and perfect example of how things are going awry in this country, and on this planet.edit on 1/12/2012 by SquirrelNutz because: (no reason given)
which is evident in unexplainable remains of archeaoligical sites all over the globe.