reply to post by The GUT
We're all Myths, we might say. That's part, I think, of the meaning and power of the Cremation of Care Ceremony and the mindset of the elite who
participate: "We're all myth anyway, I'll build me as my own grand myth. Law of the jungle, survival of the fittest (including Eugenics) may the best
man win and all that."
Yeah, that way of looking at things doesn't really appeal to me; it's also easily corrupted to the point of total nihilism.
As great as I think art is, life, or rather, what exists, should never be supplanted by art. For example, my humanness, your humanness, should never
be subjected to the games of human whim.
It's a pagan proclivity to sacrifice men to concepts, symbolized by the 'passing children' through the fire, to Moloch or some other pagan deity.
Humans aren't objects. We are living, thinking and feeling beings. Responsibility to what IS (and so, morality), should always take precedence to the
thrills of myth making.
In my thinking, Psy-ops and/or Societal Control are no different than what might be called "Black Magick."
They in essence work from the same principles and take advantage of the same dynamics. In fact, I would imagine that psych-ops could be supplemented
by traditional magick, in certain situations; it probably already is by some individuals within the intelligence community.
called the "Light-bringer vs Adonai" thematic.
Never heard of it. Is it similar to the dichotomy made by gnostics between 'gnosis', or nondualism, and the 'jewish God', or YHWH, or, speaking more
technically, an emphasis on perceiving things in terms of an inherent dualism between object and subject, and so instead of glorifying the approach of
'nondualism', whats appreciated is the relational quality between things? Even nondualism cannot avoid the pitfall of seld contradiction; it too is
subject to the higher principle of relation. All acting from the principle of nondualism results in the recognition - even if reigned in by a
nondualistic metaphysics - of object, that which you acknowledge to be 'other' and subject, yourself.
In other words, I find much of the gnostic 'archon' dogma to be stupid nonsense.
Culminating, one day, into an NWO maybe?
I'm currently rereading Milton Friedmans 'capitalism and freedom' and in the section where he discusses fractional reserve banking, he alludes to the
eventuality that sooner or later central banks are gonna be unable to continue lending from each other. Sooner or later, some crisis will lead to the
complete collapse of the entire banking system, necessitating serious monetary and economic reform.
Did this happen by accident? Of course, psychologists and other theorists will tell us that human greed caused this problem; I find that claim highly
specious; given the esoteric currents amongst social elites, I believe that this eventuality was designed into the system, probably with the intention
for it to fall apart in the time period that we currently live.
under the guidance of channeled information as you mention-
That too could be propaganda.
Was the apparent "identity" change--from channeled Spirit to channeled Alien a trick of our collective subconscious on our own selves, or a trick on
us by something sneaky, non-human, and purpose driven?
I lean towards seeing these 'ufo's and alien cults in the context of the age in which we live; mythic beings can only make sense to us in terms which
correspond to ideas within the popular culture.
But that doesn't mean they couldn't also be real, and couldn't also have an interest in seeing this world develop in a way amenable to themselves.
Awhile back some guy here mentioned the 'dark side of the moon' and an astral dimension generated by demonic energies. What I interpreted of his
theory was that counter-intuitive actions, or actions which disobey reason, give 'reality' to entirely phantom like planes of being. These planes only
exist relative to this realm and are entirely dependent on the moral weakness of players in this world for it's continued existence. Imagine it as the
ontological cognate of societies collective vice. Anyways, since this world represents a 'separation' from the order mandated by the dictates of
reason, it also stands to reason that an essential element of this plane of being is separation - or selfishness. This poster, can't remember who it
was, said, or insinuated, that people can transfer or deposit their consciousness, memories, basically who they are, into an astral body; in doing so
they conquer death.
Now, of course, I don't just believe this, but I do find it plausible, especially if the idea of a parallel realm exists which interacts with our
world through what we would call 'mental' phenomena.
If an ontological parallel exists throughout, why not the demonic? The premise of the idea of 'demonic' is separation, chaos, disorder; for example,
to shirk the command of reason, or conscience, which tells us 'don't steal that money, that person worked hard for it, just like you work hard for
yours' creates a tendency, or rather, energizes a tendency, which may exist metaphysically along with our world.
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