The book is "The Hidden Hand" by A.Ralph Epperson-in it he introduces perhaps the lesser minds of our times to The Conspiratorial View of History-no
news to me-he's a closet Bible-thumper it seems-no different from your average End Days chap-but of course he has at least broken part of the
objective veil even if his own personal personality seems inconsistent and prone to good ol Bible faith
my problem lies here in his treating of Adam Weishaupt-his idea is that "man's mind will solve man's problems"-hey...great!-Epperson is deathly
fraid of the dissolution---as he sees it...or as I see it...the re-structuring or purging of nation family and religion so we as human beings can
realize our full potential-color me Crowleyed but I was certainly sympathizing with Epperson until the chapter on Secret Societies-I find myself
squarely on the philsophical side of the Illumianti in by their exquiste plans to remove mankind's suckle from Mama's tit-she's sick and tired of
the suckling by the way-
so what for nation?-beheadings and broken homeless Vietnam vets and wasted moments in history class better spent in LSd reverie-that's what u get
so what for family?-alcoholics and bent-over papas and all kinds of abuse beady-eyed mother#ers influencing their children to be taddle-tales and
Orweliian sexual frustrated fantasies of what they think happened-that's what u get with family?-but it's stupid to think family can be totally
removed-we must re-define it and return it to the ancestral roots whatever that is...
so what for religion?-a bunch of crippled #s who couldn't make their lover come even if they knew how-little boys and Sunday drivers and fcuked up
Jihad-believers who deserve to die so as not to affect the precios gene pool-that's what u get with religion-stick to individual agnostic
spirituality-the way of the future
Bill Burroughs agrres with Weishaupt here to the letter-IS HE A MEMBER OF THE ILLUMINATI???!!!!
Epperson also tears apart Karl Marx as being totally dependent on Engels money-wise-Marx was a child-your typical Oedipal bitch who thinks his ideas
can change the world-too bad the world is filled with said Bitches and my private property and my privacy are being whittled away-at least Epperson is
right in that regard
any thoughts on this book-I'm halfway through and enjoying it
yep..my bad on the title-was trying to type out something on the book while do a radio show and drink wine at the same time-thats no good-and since
ive read too much Burroughs to write in an ABC straight-up sense-sometimes clarity gets lost
i have no real problem with the content-its very eye opening and brilliant-but Epperson really wants to thump his Bible it seems-Adam Weishaupt said
that "man's mind can solve man's problems and this I agree with-Epperson is of the ilk in comparison to this theory that man cannot solve man's
problems-only by submission to the total submission to the laws of God can man get out of his rut-I agree that man is dependant God or Whatever Spirit
You May Be Working With-but man and man's mind is not some hopeless creation-God needs us as much as we need him-and instead of blindly following the
dictums of some holy book we must come to this basis of understanding-of an ever-shifting creative process between Matter and Spirit
otherwise high recommendations for Epperson
has he done anything else?
Yes, and Zoso is free to like or dislike "Epp" based on his choice of thumpage, yes? And you're free to criticise that like or dislike, and I'm
free to criticise your criticism... hmmm... maybe it would be easier to live and let live?
Easy guys, I'm still recovering from the loss of GOATS origin, no need for the hostilities. I do think Zoso's take is a little more sophisticated
than a THUMP assessment. Writers will write, readers will disagree, and the illiterate will pay the piper.
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