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“Solomon’s House”: The Hermetic Foundations of Science/Scientism…

Most people today are familiar with the quote from Arthur C. Clarke, his third self-described “law” which says: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”

But what I find increasingly strange, is that while so many people seem to resonate with the truth of this addage, we do not at the same time seem to take it backwards to it’s inevitable conclusion, back to the implications this would seem to have about the origins of science and technology themselves.

Would most people react as favorably to a type of inverted version of this quote? Would they also agree with a preposition such as “Any primatively developed magic is indistinguishable from science…?”

Anyhow, I’m waffling a bit here, but the point is that the more we continue digging into the development of modern science or rather Scientism, with it’s rather glaringly false foundational philosophical assumptions such as Evolution & Copernicanism, and perhaps now Atomism as well, the more it really begs the broader historical question as to how in the heck we ever got to this point.

In the Western World, many of grew up in a culture and an educational system which for the most part, has regarded the development of scientific knowledge as largely the product of some vague concept of the Judeo/Christian belief system, this generic idea that it was the Christianized nations of Europe and their colonial offshoots which, because they had the Theistic foundation which taught that a rationale Creator made the world in an orderly way, that could be studied and understood, enjoyed the intellectual climate most preferable for scientific study and development, producing such great scientific minds such as Isaac Newton, Galileo, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstien, etc. All those genius folks we learn about in school…

However this worldview does not hold up well at all to any decent scrutiny of the history of scientific thinking.

Not surprisingly it seems to be the Christian culture today that is the most blind in this matter, preferring to cling to this mythology about the Christian roots of Science, because it plays such a large role in the current approach to Christian apologetics, in familiar subjects such as Creationism, where so many sciences such as geology or astronomy are turned to in hopes of vindicating the Genesis account in favor of the Darwinian paradigm.

But when we listen to secular historians expound upon things that pertain to this development, the fuller picture is really not that difficult to begin to realize, especially if you’re willing to lay down a lot of those rosy-colored, Christian-slanted views of scientific history in Europe, America and the West…

In previous pieces I have delved a fair amount into the roles of both Alchemy and the Kabbala in the development of things like chemistry and atomic theory as well as the development of Copernican astronomy and cosmology, in tracing the Occult, Mystery School roots of what today we may refer to generically as the religion of Scientism, but there is another strand of Occultism which played a hugely signficant role in the progression of Scientism, and that strand was the introduction of Hermetic philosophy into Europe towards the beginning of what we now refer to as, the Renaissance…

The figure of Hermes himself, as well as the documents which bore his name, sheds an incredible amount of light as to how ancient esoteric teachings penetrated Europe and gave rise to the periods known as the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, and finally the Scientific and Industrial revolutions.

It is rather astounding to learn just how highly regarded the figure of Hermes Trismegistus to the European Renaissance mind was. He was considered by scholars from Augustine to Thomas Aquinas, to be not just a literal figure of history, but a pagan Egyptian priest, who, somehow, apparently because he was believed to be more or less a contemporary of Moses, was viewed as sort of this quasi-patriarchal figure. They really elevated him essentially to the same level as Moses or Abraham, but as this kind of extra-biblical prophet, who they argued gave credence to Christian doctrines such as the Trinity, though coming from a clearly non-Hebrew origin.

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So, here we have the figure of Hermes, the quintessential magus, this pagan magician from antiquity, who somehow comes to receive this incredibly favorable treatment by European Christian theologians and scholars, alongside Europeans who are of course much more deeply attracted to the Occult elements of this tradition. And so in the 15th century, we have the Italian scholar, a Catholic Priest, Marsilio Ficino, who had been commisioned by the wealthy Medeci family to translate the works of Plato, and yet when the Medeci’s suddenly came into the possession of a greek manuscript said to be the writings of the magnificent Hermes, Ficino was ordered to halt all work on Plato and translate the Hermetic text with the utmost priority.

What resulted was the work known thereafter as the Corpus Hermeticum, and this volume, along with other works such as the Asclepius, began to be spread around Europe among scholars and Renaissance thinkers, being regarded as quite harmonious with the increasingly popular Kabbalistic writings, (and rightfully so, since they are derived from the same Occult origins) and all of which quite plainly was fairly inseperable from the spread of Copernicanism in Europe.

While the Corpus Hermeticum contained a fair amount of more philosophical/ideological content, it also contained descriptions of outright occult rituals, such as how to summon astral energies down from above into stone idols and animate them, and so is quite deserving of the categorization as witchcraft.

One prominant figure within the rise of Copernicanism whose Hermetic influences have been thoroughly documented is the well-traveled figure of Giordana Bruno, who first proposed that stars are distant suns, and was killed by being burned at the stake. Frances Yates, a 20th century historian who specialized in Renaissance history, wrote an entire book on this titled “GIordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition”, which you can now read online for free, see the link below.

Copernicas himself referred to Hermes in this quote abou the sun:

“In the middle of all sits the Sun enthroned. In this most beautiful temple could we place this luminary in any better position from which he can illuminate the whole at once? He is rightly called the Lamp, the Mind, the Ruler of the Universe; Hermes Trismegistus names him the Visible God, Sophocles’ Electra calls him the All-seeing. So the Sun sits as upon a royal throne ruling his children the planets which circle around him.”

Isaac Newton is well known to have been an alchemist and student of Kabbalah, supposedly having endeavored to translate the Emerald Tablets of alchemy, but he too was a student of the Corpus Hermeticum. So, we have Nicolaus Copernicus, Johannes Kepler, Robert Boyle, Isaac Newton, all heavily influenced by Hermeticism, and of course, Francis Bacon as well, whose writings would seem to eventually inspire the creation of the first official institution of scientific study, the Royal Society.

There has intrestingly enough been a fair amount of research done by numerous people examining the founding members of the Royal Society and their connections to both Freemasonry and Rocicrucianism. Francis Bacon, the famous occultist who is credited with basically being the father of the scientific method, wrote the well-known utopian novel “New Atlantis”, which described the creation of an ideal college, dedicated to human discovery and knowledge, called “Solomon’s House”…

The Royal Society was in many ways the blueprint for the Science departments for universities in the centuries that followed, and I believe, this is the phase in the historical progression where the Occult roots and influences were successfully white-washed from the enterprise of Science, as it morphed into the more contemporary concepts of Natural philosophy and scientific materialism we are familiar with today.

But, Yates argued, (rather convincingly in my opinion) that without the influx of Hermetic philosophy in the 15th to 17th centuries, there would quite simply have been no Scientific Revolution. Without the magical traditions of Hermeticism, which focuses on the influences of things on each other, on their interconnectedness in nature, and on the practices of observation of these influences, and the classification of phenomena and elements of nature, there’s no such thing as science as we know it today…

One thing that has really startled me, as a Christian myself, is to get to this point where I’ve had to actually stop, and recognize that if these influences of Alchemy, Kabbalism, Hermeticism, (and also Neo-Platonism) hadn’t entered in, then we’re left with a somewhat uncomforable question, as to whether or not the Bible on it’s own would have ever inspired people to the level of scientific study and technological advancement that so rapidly occurred, between the rediscovery of all these ancient Occult teachings (i.e. the “Renaissance” or revival of said Occultism) and the modern day.

Many people have equated Bacon’s “New Atlantis” to the founding of the United States of America, with it’s pervasive Freemasonic origins and all the esoteric symbolism of the streets of Washington DC, and so much more, and, I’d have to say that this theory probably has a lot of truth to it, but at the same time, is probably one a piece of the whole…

If the building of “Solomon’s House” was fundamental to the creation of that Luciferian utopia of the “New Atlantis”, then, I now have to think that in all probability, this massive thing that we call “Scientism” is really almost another term for that same over-arching thing. The re-introduction and re-establishment, of those ancient “sacred sciences”, or “seven liberal arts” of antiquity. In the days of the Early Christian church it was combatted as “Gnosticism”, the heresy of the Mystery School teachings which was constantly trying to embed itself within the orthodox Christian gospel, whereby the aquisition of knowledge, or “Gnosis” was central to humanity learning to save itself.

How is the current understanding of “Science” really any different?

(links/further resources):

Hermeticism: the nexus between science, philosophy and spirit
http://www.josephwaligore.com/rise-of-science/
http://www.academia.edu/26602034/Freemasonry_Rosicrucianism_and_the_Royal_Society

http://tarothermeneutics.com/classes/waite-trinick/books/Francis-a-Yates-Giordano-Bruno-and-the-Hermetic-Tradition.pdf

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G is for Gravity? Ruminations on the “Generative Principle” in Evolution…

Virtually anyone who has spent any time at all looking into the secret societies behind the panorama of conspiratorial activity within this country and around the world, has undoubtedly become familiar with Freemasonry, and in turn, with the infamous “G” so often incorporated into the square and compass logo.
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Cursory explanations delve into the notion of the Freemasonic “god”, or “Grand Architect”, (who they ultimately point to as being Lucifer, of course), while the G is also said to represent the so-called “Generative Principle”, as explained here:

“It conceives of the divine nature as residing in man, and that it is especially active and expressive in the sexual passion; and that the gratification of this passion is pleasing to the deity and is the duty of the Mason. It aims to make passion, therefore, sacred by making its gratification a moral and religious duty. On its theological side, Freemasonry is a sort of Pantheism, the deity being the generative principle, the reproductive power which pervades all animated nature. And as this power inheres in man, it is viewed as “incarnate in humanity in toto,” thus establishing man’s union and unity with the divine nature.” (excerpt from this exposition on the meanings of Masonry)

Now, so far all this is fairly old news. But what has been really persistent in my inquiries towards the possibility of true enclosed, Flat Earth, (and the subsequent realization that heliocentricism is itself a component of the broader Evolutionary lie) is that the more I think about it all, the more it very much seems to me that perhaps this whole “NASA paradigm”, if we can call it that, in many ways has served to essentially indoctrinate the masses not just with lies, but lies that are actually materialistic, “scientistic” versions of ancient Occultic, Luciferian doctrines.

sts121-masonicAnd the subject of Freemasonry is itself a perfect example of helping us comprehend this, because we can look at the layers/levels/”degrees” of Masonry itself, and recognize how the lower, entry-level degrees are indeed quite oblivious to the hardened Satanic belief system propelling the entire thing. At the lower levels, they sincerely do just believe they are part of some kind of altruistic charitable Fraternity, and yet at the same time in those stages they are being presented with shallow, “hollowed out” explanations of the symbolism and rituals, which if they continue to “progress” in the Brotherhood they will become privy to the “deeper” meanings, etc.

Now, if we can fairly easily recognize Darwinian Evolution to be a repackaged Luciferian doctrine, masked in the guise of humanistic science, then when pondering the false cosmology of Copernicanism, I now have to say that the “theory of Gravity” does also seem to actually be another one of these ancient mystical concepts that has been repackaged and re-introduced to the masses as “scientific fact”.

Universe_expansion2After all, “Gravity” is not merely taught to be the pulling force produced by humongous collections of mass, such as stars/planets/moons etc., but it is also the very force which is alleged to have pulled all these celestial bodies together in the first place! According to the Big Bang, from the original “Singularity” sprang forth all the physical matter that is now still constantly being flung outward in every direction in an ever-expanding universe. But, that matter from the singularity then had to begin forming all the “elementary particles”, as described in such insanely convoluted manners as the following:

“In the most common models the universe was filled homogeneously and isotropically with a very high energy density and huge temperatures and pressures and was very rapidly expanding and cooling. Approximately 10−37 seconds into the expansion, a phase transition caused a cosmic inflation, during which the universe grew exponentially. After inflation stopped, the universe consisted of a quark–gluon plasma, as well as all other elementary particles. Temperatures were so high that the random motions of particles were at relativistic speeds, and particle–antiparticle pairs of all kinds were being continuously created and destroyed in collisions. At some point an unknown reaction called baryogenesis violated the conservation of baryon number, leading to a very small excess of quarks and leptons over antiquarks and antileptons—of the order of one part in 30 million. This resulted in the predominance of matter over antimatter in the present universe.”

hqdefaultOf course, this is pure nonsense, but throw in enough impressive-sounding words, and you can make it appear quite scientific indeed. First the “elementary particles” somehow are formed in all the heat, from an explosion which occurs for who-knows-what reason. Then those particles somehow form into atoms, then the atoms into the various periodic elements, and then the elements into molecules, and so on, and so forth…

1979-moon-masonic-medallion nasa-mason-signsEvolution is without question a mystical belief system at it’s core (which I have written about before), and so now in the context of Flat Earth research and the knowledge that NASA is basically a Freemasonic institution, it’s interesting, don’t you think, to ponder that ol’ “G” in the middle of the square/compass, in light of how Evolution and “Gravity” are more or less watered-down, “materialized” versions of what are really mystical, occult precepts.

This whole idea is one that I am actually exploring on a number of fronts here, as I do also suspect that the entire subject of the “planets” is again, another example of this same thing, but that will probably have to wait until another post. I do think I’m barely scratching the surface here, if indeed there is anything to these kinds of observations at all, and so I think it will be interesting to see what all might come out of it over time. If we have that much time left for such secondary speculations, I suppose…

New Video: “The Cult of Pythagoras”…

In this video I explore how both Darwinian Evolution, and the Copernican heliocentric model, originated not from the application of the modern scientific method but instead from the ancient Mystery School traditions and pagan mysticism, specifically as evidenced through the figure of Pythagoras himself. In essence, heliocentric cosmology is an ancient satanic counterfeit to the true, Biblical, flat/enclosed Earth (just as Evolution is a Satanic counterfeit to God’s act of Creation…)

This made from the content of my previous post “Evolution needs Revolution”

Evolution needs Revolution: The Dual Gnostic Myths of Darwinism and Copernicanism…

The theme which unites ancient Sumeria to Darwinian scientific humanism, Big Bang assumptions, Luciferian Theosophy, liberal theology, occult New Age mysticism and all other anti-Christian but specifically anti-creation ex nihilo movements is the myth of evolution.

The myth of evolution stretches back to antiquity where it is closely connected to the idea that man is a being who though presently limited in time and space is nevertheless capable of achieving a great leap of being and evolving into a much more powerful god-like being in the future. Thus in the Epic of Gilgamesh, an epic poem from Babylonia (ancient Sumeria) Gilgamesh describes himself as two-parts god and one-part man as the result of the evolution of his being.

3a54094be9599215bba5f6e6266364e4Long before Darwin, Greek nature philosophers (600–100BC) were teaching primitive evolutionary conceptions, abiogenesis, natural selection, transmigration, reincarnation and vast ages together with many other modern assumptions. The fragments of Anaximander (c. 610–546 BC) show that he taught that ‘humans originally resembled another type of animal, namely fish’ while Democritus (c.460–370BC) taught that primitive people began to speak with ‘confused’ and ‘unintelligible’ sounds but ‘gradually they articulated words.’

The Greek Atomist Epicurus (341–270BC), the father of contemporary materialism and many of its’ modern assumptions, taught that there was no need of a God or gods, for the Universe came about by a chance movement of atoms. (Evolution: An Ancient Pagan Idea, Paul James Griffith, creation.com)

Darwinism affirms the claim made by Epicurus that living beings created themselves, making Darwinism a modern Gnostic myth, said Dr. Wolfgang Smith, physicist and mathematics professor at Oregon State University:

“…As a scientific theory, Darwinism would have been jettisoned long ago. The point, however, is that the doctrine of evolution has swept the world, not on the strength of its scientific merits, but precisely in its capacity as a Gnostic myth. It affirms, in effect, that living things created themselves, which is in essence a metaphysical claim….Thus…evolutionism is a metaphysical doctrine decked out in scientific garb….it is a scientistic myth. And the myth is Gnostic, because it implicitly denies the transcendent origin of being; for indeed, only after the living creature has been speculatively reduced to an aggregate of particles does Darwinist transformism become conceivable. Darwinism, therefore, continues the ancient Gnostic practice of deprecating ‘God the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and earth.’ It perpetuates…the venerable Gnostic tradition of ‘Jehovah bashing.'” (From Old Gnosticism to New Age I, Alan Morrison, SCP Journal Vol. 28:4-29:1, 2005, pp. 30-31)

darwingnosticismWith respect to long ages, Plato and many other Greek philosophers taught that the present Universe came about millions of years ago. Writing in the fourth century AD, Lactantius said:

“Plato and many others of the philosophers, since they were ignorant of the origin of all things, and of that primal period at which the world was made, said that many thousands of ages had passed since this beautiful arrangement of the world was completed … .“ (ibid)

After the Greeks, the Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder (AD23–79) said we are so subject to chance,

“….that Chance herself takes the place of God; she proves that God is uncertain.” (ibid)

Greek and Roman philosophers received these ideas from ancient Sumerians (Babylonians), Egyptians and Hindus, whose nature philosophies extended back centuries before Greek and Roman civilization. For example, one Hindu belief was that Brahman (the Void or Universe) spontaneously generated itself (the modern theory of abiogenesis) as something like a seed or singularity about 4.3 billion years ago and then evolved under its’ own power by which it expanded and formed all that exists:

“These Hindus believed in an eternal Universe that had cycles of rebirth, destruction and dormancy, known as ‘kalpas’, rather like oscilla­ting big bang theories. We also read in the Hindu Bhagavad Gita that the god Krishna says, ‘I am the source from which all creatures evolve.”
(ibid, Griffith)

In India the doctrine of evolution/reincarnation/karma was thoroughly established from ancient times. It was expounded first in the Upanishads (c. 1000 BC – AD 4), the philosophical-mystic texts held to be the essence of the Vedas.

The idea that the soul reincarnates is intricately linked to karma, the idea that jiva-atmas (souls) pass from one plane of existence to another and carry with them samskaras (impressions) from former states of being. These karmic impressions on the soul are taken to the next life and result in a causally-determined state of being. In some schools of Hinduism liberation from the cycle of death and rebirth (samsara), is considered the ultimate goal of earthly existence. This is known as Moksha in Hinduism or nirvana in Buddhism. Other traditions assert that liberation from samsara is merely the beginning of real spiritual life and beyond nirvana, activities continue, but are no longer of a worldly nature. Both sides agree on the phenomenon of evolution/reincarnation.

In its modern version Darwinian evolution describes the progress (or transmigration) of energy as it emerged out of spontaneously generated matter (chemicals) and its successive incarnations within the bodies of different kinds of nonlife-bearing and life-bearing beings over the course of millions and billions of years. Its counterpart, spiritual evolution, bespeaks the progress of spirit or divine spark as it reincarnates within the bodies of different beings over the course of millions and billions of years. In the words of Emergent Church leader Rob Bell, evolution is energy,

“…. a spark, an electricity that everything is plugged into. The Greeks called it zoe, the mystics call it ‘Spirit,’ and Obi-Wan called it ‘the Force’…..This energy, spark, and electricity that pulses through all of creation sustains it, fuels it, and keeps it growing. Growing, evolving, reproducing…” (Love Wins, pp. 144-145)

For Mystery Religion initiates and adepts evolution spiritually transforms man into superman:

“….the evolution of man into superman — was always the purpose of the ancient Mysteries, and the real purpose of modern Masonry is not the social and charitable purposes to which so much attention is paid, but the expediting of the spiritual evolution of those who aspire to perfect their own nature and transform it into a more god-like quality. And this is a definite science, a royal art, which it is possible for each of us to put into practice…” (The Meaning of Masonry, W.L. Wilmhurst, p. 47)

Evolution is an animated energy, serpent power or force which may or may not be divine depending on whether it is of the ‘secular’ Darwinian school of thought or of its’ spiritually pantheist counterpart. In either case, this energy usually emanates from an impersonal substance which from antiquity has been known variously as the Void, Chaos, Ground of Being, and Brahman for example. (all of the above borrowed from here.)

23c82e6f426c6d3ec7036b903b843349The Cult of Pythagoras…

Just as the Gnostic mythical concept of Evolution can be demonstrated to have originated LONG before Darwin, the mythological concept of helio-centric universe can also be shown to have arisen long before individuals such as Copernicus were credited with popularizing it.

The Gnostic origins of a non-stationary Earth take us back to the figures of Philolaus and Pythagoras. Most sources credit Philolaus as the one who came up with the model of the Earth, Sun, Moon all rotating around “central fire” in the universe, while others claim that Pythagoras held to this idea even before his student Philolaus. Either way, what is absolutely undeniable is the extremely Gnostic and esoteric footing on which both these men stood. To most of us average folks, Pythagoras is presented in school as the ancient Greek mathematician who gave us basic proofs such as the famous “Pythagorean theorem” regarding triangles (A squared plus B squared equals C squared).

To occult adepts however, Pythagoras is understood to be one of the most revered of ancient mystics and Mystery School teachers. Said to have been consecrated to the god Apollo even before his birth, Pythagoras was reared under the tutelage of teachers urlsuch as Thales and Anazimander at Miletus, but as a young man found himself unsatisfied by their seemingly disparate and contradictory forms of Gnosticism. He set out to find a more “synthesized” universal Truth, and allegedly traveled through most of the great civilizations at the time, visiting the priests of various Mystery Schools in places like Egypt, Babylon and Chaldea.

He basically combined all the Occult knowledge he could gather from the world at that time, and then eventually settled in Croton, Greece, where he started his own Mystery School, and developed a system of initiations and degrees, training through aestheticism, the majority of which was embedded within a complex code of numerical values and derivations. Thus, a vast amount of the concepts found in Occult Numerology and ‘Sacred Geometry’ which have filtered down through the centuries to our own time can be traced back to Pythagoras himself.

Freemason Albert Pike says in “Morals and Dogma”:

“Pythagoras refused the title of Sage, which means ‘One who knows’. He invented and applied to himself that of Philosopher, signifying one who is fond of or studies things secret or occult. The astronomy of which he was taught was astrology: his science of numbers was based on Kabalistic principles. Everything is veiled in numbers.

And truly, the further one might look into the beliefs and pursuits of individuals such as Pythagoras and Philolaus, the more it becomes plain that these were not simply individuals preoccupied with a rational and scientific analysis of the natural world, as our secular education system to often portrays them. Indeed, Pythagoras is revered by Plato and all the famous Greek Philosophers who came after him, and in that light we can understand just how pervasively Gnostic all of Greek “Philosophy” truly is, how it was seeded and guided not simply by the imaginations and musings of speculative men, but by the doctrines of Demons as they were passed down through Mystery tradition and ancient secret societies.

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Is it any wonder that occult brotherhoods such as the Freemasons have such a high regard for Pythagoras? Is it at all surprising to discover that his mathematical codes and numerological interpretations of the universe such as the “tetractys” are interwoven throughout Kabbalistic and Masonic symbolism?

And so from afar, when we step back and consider that neither Darwinian Evolution and Copernican Cosmology are not based on authentic scientific observation and experimentation, but rather on presupposed philosophical assumptions, it should also come as no real surprise that the ideological roots of both assumptions are practically the same. This only makes sense, really, because there is a rather obvious interdependence between the two. Darwinian Evolution really can’t even be conceived of outside of a massive, ever-expanding, self-creating Universe. A recognized geocentric cosmology would reveal the true absurdity of Evolution’s basic premises. At the same time, the limitless expanse of the Copernican Cosmos are offered as the last great challenge for humans to conquer in their Evolution as a species, and so, their is an undeniable symbiotic relationship between these two assumptive maxims which we are all inculcated with from the earliest age.

Both are designed to shape our perceptions of human origin, and human destiny alike. What is so interesting about looking at the example of Pythagoras, and the whole of ‘Greek Philosophy’ really, is that it could almost be said to be the first example of Esoteric/Occult knowledge being taken and formulated in such a way so that the “uninitiated” were still being given a version of the teaching on a level which was merely mechanical and non-spiritual. Greek Gnosticism is really where the ideological division between matter/spirit started, the false division between physical/ethereal, mechanical/mythical, scientific/religious… It’s actually a basic tenet OF Gnosticism, which pits the material against the spiritual, rejecting the Biblical concept of hell/hades and replacing it with the physical reality itself. So indeed, Gnosticism contains an Esoteric and exoteric exposition for everything, which has more or less been the template for all Occulted information ever since.

I believe this very much applies to our own time, where these Gnostic doctrines have been quite meticulously repackaged into forms which genuinely believe themselves to be wholly materialistic, empirical and scientific. So many adherents of Evolution today are staunchly materialistic in their worldview, completely oblivious to the fact that their beliefs stem from intensely religious and mythological beginnings. Currently we can see philosophies at the core of Evolutionary theory propelling the agendas of things like Transhumanism and the constant re-brandings of the New Age movement. The teachings of the Occult realm have always sought to pervert the Created order of the world, and obscure the true identity of it’s Creator. As Blavatsky said:

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It is from this sobering perspective that I am unable to sympathize with the notion that the Flat Earth debate is a “distraction”, a complaint I have now heard countless times from various individuals who seem convinced that there is nothing of substance to the sudden ignition of this online discussion, and view it all as some intentional diversion from the Enemy himself. I concede that indeed it could be a distraction, in the sense that anything can be turned into a distraction, if it becomes the sole focus, eclipsing the Gospel of Salvation itself. However, I would say that it could only be reduced to the inevitably of a distraction, if such investigations were indeed shown to be utterly and entirely unsubstantiated. If the Flat Earth claims are instead shown to have real merit however, then it would make about as much sense to dismiss it from the Christian standpoint as it would to casually ignore the debate surrounding the theory of Evolution. If Evolution is not “scientific fact”, but only a horrific, Satanic lie, being propagated since ancient times, and now in every official institution of our modern world, then the subject itself is not a “distraction”, because it is a lie from the pit of hell, intended to lead men and women away from their Creator. The question of the Earth, and the Cosmology of the universe as a whole, is no different, because it cannot hardly be separated from the other question. It is all, quite plainly, surrounding the question of origins, and destiny…

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Other resources:

http://patriotsandliberty.com/lindas-latest/2013/12/10/the-ancient-myth-of-evolution-sumeria-to-darwin-and-occult-new-age

http://www.newswithviews.com/guest_opinion/guest59.htm

http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/kimball/100924

http://www.phoenixmasonry.org/school%20of%20pythagoras.htm

Spaceships or Spirit-Journeys, Either Way it’s about “Planetary Consciousness”…

I’m really not even sure how to start this post off, or what is the best way to attempt to navigate through the jumble of thoughts in my head on this matter, but I have resolved to do my best, and see what might come of it.

The “flat vs. globe earth” debate continues to intrigue me, yet I think at this point my interest in leaning heavily towards the theological implications of the debate, particularly in the context of End Time prophecy and GR009cmass-deception-agendas, rather than simply just the material issue itself.

One point I find particularly notable is that on both sides of the issue, there is actually a pretty fair consensus on the basic matter that NASA is a fraudulent organization full of Masonic members and occult symbolism, and that they can hardly be trusted with a word they say. And so I think that it has been through encountering a large amount of people who on the one hand, agree that the moon landings were completely faked, and the NASA releases “composite” images of everything that they are supposedly studying in the universe, including the Earth itself, and so, has ultimately failed to produce what should now serve as the most irrefutable of evidences when it comes to this whole debate, and yet, they still not only believe in a round, globe earth, but still hold to every conventional belief about the solar system and the vast stretches of Space, this has really prompted me to ponder…

The whole driving force behind NASA and every other space agency is the fixation with what is “out there”… The other planets in our solar system. Other systems. Other galaxies. The dedication and excitement people feel towards NASA, or the Apollo and Mars missions, etc., is almost impossible to disentangle from our pop-culture obsession with the topic of exploring space, and how it saturates our entertainment media. Millions of us grew up watching Han telling Chewie to “punch it”, right before the wookie hits the switch and the stars streak past as they hit light speed. We nostalgically remember hearing William Shatner begin each episode of the iconic, first Star Trek series with the words “Space, the final frontier…” Indeed, I don’t think it would be an exaggeration to say that every person who ever put on a real spacesuit and climbed into a rocket, had been dreaming about “going where no man has gone before” since the time they were a little kid sitting in front of the tv set…

What's your favorite space movie...?
What’s your favorite space movie…?

But when did this really begin? In the broader course of human history, I mean. How far back were people conceiving of planets being these fascinating and fantastic places that one might hope to experience? If there were no telescopes through which to peer before Galileo, and supposedly enable astronomers to realize that the “wandering stars” were actually other planetoids, like the Earth, orbiting the same sun, then isn’t it interesting to think that hundreds, nay, thousands of years before that, people had belief systems which incorporated the planets as being other dimensional realms, as they did in Vedic cosmology..?

Of course, in that kind of construct, the “universe” is not necessarily viewed as simply a massive expanse of time and space in all directions, but of a multi-dimensional existence. Hindu cosmology certainly isn’t alone in this either, since all ancient cultures and spiritual belief systems essentially held a similar belief in some form or another, the Bible being no exception. The Hebrew scriptures speak of the heavens, plural, indicating the notion of multiple higher dimensions of spiritual existence.

So what does this have to do with NASA and flat Earth debates? I suppose in my own little mind, it all keeps coming back to the same thematic elements described by Techrib in his discourse on Transformational Festivals, and the “myth of One-ness”, where he describes the now burgeoning phenomenon of what he describes as the “era of re-enchantment”…

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In essence, it is the societal movement, occurring as we speak, whereby the scientific materialism and raw atheism of the past century is being rejected by the younger generations, who are in turn returning back to the mythologies and mysticisms of bygone eras, to “spirituality without religion”, to a reinvented, techno-enhanced paganism. We can see this phenomenon taking place everywhere we look, and it is not some accidental thing either, but actually being propagated and pushed by every mainstream media outlet conceivable. From Harry Potter mania to teenage vampire obsession to ghost hunter shows to transhumanist superheroes, and on and on, we see it everywhere. Real-live Google bigwigs like Kurzweil are dead serious in their quest to use technology to achieve immortality. People are enthralled by the idea of immortality, of special powers and human enhancement. Riveted by the prospect evolving into something “more”. Enchanted by the notion of becoming like miniature gods….

And, people are still very much dazzled by visions of exploring the reaches of Space

Which I very much believe is quite connected, really, and a significant piece of the broader narrative being both proselytized and embraced. All in all, it is the simple concept of “endless possibility”, of “limitless potential”. No ultimate boundaries. No limit to the wonderful realms and worlds we might eventually explore. No barriers to what levels of evolution and “consciousness” we might attain, to help us get there…

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And it’s funny too, having been watching in on this whole Flat Earth debate, because even within the “Flat Earth community”, as it were, there are varying opinions about things like whether or not there is some kind of “dome” or if the world just goes on forever, infinitely in all directions. I have heard people talk about how they believe that our sun and moon have effectively “melted out” the area in which we live from a vast expanse of ice, and that there are many other worlds, with their own sun/moon, melted out of the massive ice sheet, all over the place, beyond the bounds of our Antarctic, and that THIS is the big the “secret” that the Elites are keeping from everyone! domeNow, I am not trying to poke fun, but I will say that the real interesting part to me comes when you hear these believers in the “Puddle Theory”, as it’s called, speak to why they believe in this model. Do they have any sort of evidence pointing to this idea? No. They simply state that they simply can’t accept the idea of there being a barrier. They can’t accept the idea of a “prison Earth”…(!) Nevermind the fact that if they had never stumbled across the Flat Earth idea in the first place, they would’ve never in their whole lives worried about trying to travel to Antarctica, or to some other planet, but…. Once it is suggested that they can’t go outside of a certain boundary, no matter how far away it is, well then, hells bells, that’s just not tolerable!

I find it to be such a perfect example of a broader psychological reaction which really manifests itself in a variety of ways. The more I think about it all, the more it’s hard not to see how the doctrines of Evolution and “outer Space” are inextricably linked.

But okay, going back to this idea of these “Trekkie Generations”, (which is now all of us really), who have been collectively saturated with the believe in other worlds, in the belief in our ability to eventually explore and possibly “develop” them, and for the most part now too, the belief in other intelligent life in the universe. We have seen so many representations of achieving space travel and technology which rivals magic, that is has been embedded deeply into the core of our collective thought processes. This seed of belief, which has been planted and diligently cultivated over the decades, has effectively ingrained within us an insatiable desire to visit the dark sides of moons, to pass event horizons, to dive into black holes…

After all, to settle for anything less would be to deny our destiny as gods-in-the-making….

And so, having now walked through all of that clumsy preamble, I wish to simply ask you this:

Where does that hunger turn, that yearning to sail amongst the stars, and walk along the alien surfaces of unexplored worlds, if indeed the priests and gatekeepers of modern science who have promised us these things for years, prove to be ultimately incapable of delivering? What if the world as a whole came to a sudden and jarring realization of the massive fraud that NASA has been since the beginning? Would the dream of being able to fly through the cosmos, like Superman, just, die…?

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Or would the longing to achieve cosmic, celestial divinity perhaps have to take another form? Would the masses instead look to the ancient idea that “outer space” can be grasped by first exploring “inner space”? Could it be sought through some new combination of space-age technology and occult wizardry? Is something to this effect already what is being done, by the Masonic hoaxsters, as they pretend to be going here and there by rocketship, while instead they are looking towards portals and inter-dimensional travel, “jump gates” and so on…? Were the Apollo missions some kind of ritual, an alchemical working, designed to baptize the public into the lower, materialistic, “profane” version of what they believe in on the esoteric and inter-dimensional level? A fictionalized version, for us to swallow, in order to cull our participation and approval (and taxpayer dollars) while simultaneously deflecting us from the true magikal agenda of it all…???

When I think about two recent space-related movies, “Interstellar” and “Gravity”, which came out around the same time, I do see them both fitting in to this sort of idea. “Gravity” more or less served to show just how dangerous and scary traditional approaches to space travel could be, while “Interstellar” portrays both how long it would take to travel far distances (using cry-sleep a la “Aliens” etc.) and also the idea of how much handier and easier it would be to travel through “wormholes” instead!

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Anyhow, I know this has been a ramble-and-a-half, and I honestly don’t know if anyone will be able to read all of this and see the kinds of connections my brain is trying to make here, but, there it is. Is all this NASA-nonsense simply designed to prep the world for some kind of UFO deception? Could be, who knows. Maybe the “aliens” will teach everyone who is interested how to fully unlock their third eye and be able to travel anywhere they want to go instantly, (or, at least that’s what they’re promising…) I fully realize this post belongs solidly in the “massive speculation” drawer, but, I have to say that there has been something really nagging me about this whole weird thread of supposition. I feel like there is really something to all this, and I am certainly still sorting through it all, but it’s funny how certain themes and memes and everything can keep coming around and around again, weaving together, revealing a deeper whole over time…

It’s just pretty incredible really, to keep looking around at all these various elements of Modernism and Humanism, be it Evolution, scientific materialism, atheism, and see how it’s almost as if every piece was actually designed to bring the world all the way back around, full circle, back to the gurus and Druids and sorcerers of old, back to the ancient gods and goddesses, as the ones who will provide the fulfillment, of all that our years of sci-fi-fueled rocketeering has sought after. Somehow, it all speaks to the same underlying message, the same lie told by the serpent in the Garden…

If any of this, makes even a little bit of sense, to anyone, then please don’t hesitate to leave me a note. 😉

This is what Worship in the New World Religion looks like…

I was listening to a podcast the other day where my brother Sam was interviewing Carl Teichrib from forcingchange.org on various aspects of the Green Movement and the Environmentalist Agenda and how this factors into the broader globalist agenda, and in that interview they touched upon a topic which Carl has spoken about before in other venues, the subject of “Transformational Festivals” and their relationship with the broader message/philosophy of Monism, or “One-ness”. A while back I had listened to Teichrib discuss this in a fascinating interview with Julian Charles of the Mind Renewed podcast, (which I highly, HIGHLY recommend to anyone) and when I was reminded about this topic it really struck a chord in me, perhaps partially due to the fact that we just recently had the “Electric Daisy Carnival” here in Vegas a few weeks ago, which is a perfect example of this growing phenomenon that Teichrib explains.

Honestly, what I’m really feeling compelled to do is be able to sit down and put together some kind of video compilation featuring parts of Teichrib’s presentation, with various video footage, (similar to what I did for the CERN/Anthony Patch material), but I really just haven’t been able to find the time lately, so I’m throwing this post together instead for the time being.

Despite temperatures that were well into the hundreds, only one person died at this year’s EDC, a statistic which organizers call an overall success, and when you actually stop and take in the mind-boggling scope and scale of how many people were attending and raving away all weekend in the desert heat, it is pretty amazing that more didn’t actually die from heat exhaustion or drug overdoses, or combinations of the two…

But seriously, when you look at even just the official video trailer for an event like EDC (above), you quickly start to recognize the prevalence of this message of “One-ness” being trumpeted all over the place, exactly as Teichrib purports. The video below starts with a tune singing “We’re all in this together…” and the constant visual/lyrical theme throughout is all about “Being One”, “Coming together”, “everyone lovingEDC7 each other”, etc. Sure, it’s in the familiar context of taking ecstasy and dancing in psychedelic-imagery-overload sea of people, a veritable sex-drugs-and-rock-n-roll 2.0, but don’t be fooled into thinking that there isn’t in fact a very discernable spiritual ethos tracing it’s way through all of it. It’s a party, absolutely, but more than a party, it is worship. It is a tangible embodiment of the New World spiritualism, a high-tech, ear-splitting, sensory-assaulting sanctuary, which in the end can be accurately described as a modern-day, ramped-up version of the same kind of thing that went on so long ago back in Canaan, in groves and around Asherah poles and such.

edc-owl-700x392And on that note, it’s therefore not at all surprising to notice the profuse degree of esoteric/mystic symbolism used in even the decorations for the stage(s) and grounds etc. The main stage at this years EDC featured what was clearly resembling a gothic cathedral type thing (with pipe organ in the middle) with huge owls on either side, and another stage featured a massive animatronic owl in the center which essentially recreated a massive frenzied adoration to a robotic idol of Molech…

Another festival in a similar vein gaining lots of attention and containing all the same elements is the Tomorrowland Festival. Video below:

As Teichrib explains, this whole phenomenon is one that is growing by leaps and bounds, year after year,(Burning Man being the one most people have probably heard of, yet there are now hundreds of them around the globe) and representing an overall spiritual/experiential drive about which the modern Christian Church is in many regards completely out to lunch. On a fairly simplistic level, I believe that even a cursory glance at the sheer magnitude of audio/visual/sexual/emotional stimulation being packed into such events should leave no doubt that it’s laughable to continue trying to “compete” with that. In that light, it’s probably a good thing, because it forces the question to be asked as to what REALLY constitutes the power of Christ and the attractiveness of His Truth and living a life for Him. It’s not about building bigger buildings, creating cooler and more impressive sets and performances and everything else. It’s not about trying to make “Faith-honoring” movies in hopes of “competing” with Hollywood. It’s not about trying to compete with the World in order to appeal to the Flesh in hopes of getting people in the door. That road is empty. That approach to satisfying the desires of the fallen body, and appeasing the self-idolizing inclinations of the fallen mind, still end in death. The “Myth of One-ness”, is still exactly that, a myth. A deadly lie…
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For me, what is really crazy to think about when it comes to these massive festivals, with all their massive light shows and animatronic occult figurines and everything else, is how these New World Order Worship gatherings (and let’s face it, that’s what they are), could be foreshadowing even bigger, more occultic, more globally-based versions in the days to come. So much has already been speculated on things like the Mark of Beast, or the Image of the Beast, the Abomination of Desolation, etc., yet I can’t help but wonder if possibly one day the False Prophet and/or the False Messiah might bask in the worship of millions upon millions of people around the globe, as scores of interconnected festivals in cities all over the planet full of tranced-out revelers all lose themselves in the overwhelming manic praise of this “New Era” of love, peace and One-ness they believe is being ushered into history. Perhaps a dazzling holographic image of the Beast Supercomputer’s “face” will fill every pulsating, neon-exploded stage. Perhaps the Beast himself will be hailed as the most amazing DJ ever. Who knows. It does sound a little out there, I admit, but then again, when I think about the dizzying degree of spectacle already in existence right now at these festivals, I’m not sure my mind could even really imagine it if I hadn’t seen the footage myself…

THX: Sounds of Saturn…?

Screams coming from beyond “Saturn’s Gate”?  That was the thought which occurred to me as I was watching the video below…

The more I have watched videos from RSE, seeing him point out these same themes which show up in tv, movies, commercials etc., over and over and over again, the more I really do find myself starting to grasp this whole seemingly bizarre concept of Saturn-centric Luciferian eschatology. In the film Interstellar which I reviewed recently, it too contains the same connections between Saturn and a portal/wormhole. Not only is the first wormhole placed right next to Saturn, even the black hole on the other side of the galaxy, “Gargantua”, itself had a Saturn-shape to it, once again reflecting the same sorts of things that RSE is always talking about with Saturn being viewed by the Luciferians as both the mechanism of their own escape/rapture, and the gate through which the Fallen Ones will return to earth. It’s a two-way thing. I admit it has taken me a while to get to the point where I feel like I’m understanding how all these various symbologies work together and indeed all point to the same basic thing, the Luciferian “hope”, their version of Revelation, their anticipated “Resurrection”…

The oculus. The aperture. The gate. The cube. The eye. Again and again he shows these things working in conjunction with each other almost like symbolic talismans.

Something I found really interesting that he brings up in the video is some speculation regarding the possibility of “THX” being a way a different way of representing the “XIIX”, which is itself an alpha-numerical symbol for the “Saturn Gate” thing once again. Instantly I began to think of the movie itself “THX 1138”, which was a Coppola-funded remake of a student project Lucas did while in film school. My thoughts quickly recalled the scene at the end of the movie, where Robert Duvall’s character (his name being the number “THX 1138”) finally escapes from a drug-controlled, sexually-repressed dystopia controlled by robot policeman and an oppressive computerized messianic big-brother figure…

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It is definitely a rather bizarre coincidence, to think about “THX” being another rendering of XIIX, some kind of code for this idea of “escaping out” through some kind of portal/tunnel/oculus, and then remember that this is precisely how “THX” escapes the oppressiveness of a “dictatorial god” by climbing up through a shaft, a “portal”, into the sunshine. How perfectly Gnostic and Luciferian a depiction for sure.

But then, Lucas’s obsession with the letters THX continues on, findinggraffiti%20coupe%20111 it’s way onto the license plate of the yellow roadster in Lucas’s “American Graffiti”, and then finally of course as the name of the Lucasfilm branch-off company which was developed to assure sound quality during the making of Return of the Jedi.

Star Wars is itself a whole other subject in and of itself with what I believe is a whole host of Luciferian eschatological concepts, memes (a virgin-birthed “sorcerer” Jedi, whose bloodline contains a unique ability to connect with the “universal force”, but then because a type of temporary “false-antichrist” who then turns on the “evil Emperor” in order to finally return the galaxy back to a “golden age”…) but that’s probably best kept for another time!

Overall, I guess what I’m saying is that the more I listen to these things being pointed out, the more I find it making so much sense that behind all this symbolism of Saturn, the “cube”, the “Dark Star”, is BOTH this whole portal idea, a “shaft of light” going up and out, the “rapture for the Illumined” if you will, AND the concept of the pit, the Abyss, the box, the cube, the prison that they want to break open in order to unleash the Beings on the other side.

I find it pretty astonishing, overall, to think that not only does “Luciferian eschatology” very much exist, but in fact we’ve all been watching it, reading it, learning it, for most of our lives now, without even realizing it…
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It’s Us…”: The Esoteric Messages of Interstellar…

adamtouchingadaminterstellar A large amount of retrospection has already been given to the many memes and concepts present within the movie “Interstellar”, one of the best I’ve read being the one done over on Jay’s Analysis, so I’m not sure just how much fresh insight I might have to add to the conversation, but then again, I believe that much like “2001: A Space Odyssey” which has already been compared/contrasted a great against Interstellar (and deservedly so I would say), this movie is one that will be dissected and pondered for many years to come. Insert prerequisite spoiler alert here. (but honestly, if you haven’t seen Interstellar by now, I’m guessing you probably weren’t planning to…) Rather than going down all the “wormholes” of discussing the many specific scientific questions touched upon in the film, such as relativity, interdimensional travel, quantum theory, transcending space/time, artificial intelligence, etc. (all of which are super fun, but probably already covered elsewhere far better than I can here) I simply wanted to step back and see if I could distill a fairly simplistic concept which I honestly felt was a rather new one, or at least one articulated in a new or more blatant fashion. One of the best reviews/”decryptions” of this film I’ve yet read is from Jay’s Analysis, where he asserts that the main point of the film is that defeating death and transcending the material world will ultimately be accomplished by way of man working symbiotically with A.I. He says:

The end of the universe and entrance to the Tesseract appears to have a lattice structure which TARS explains was “created” by “them” to give a fixed point in space and time to reveal these truths. In other words, the matrix-like structure of the universe is meant to be transcended (so the film’s worldview is saying) through an evolved, emergent deus ex machina. Readers may disagree, but I believe this is the best analysis of the worldview presented, as the film consistently upholds the Darwinian perspective. On this view, it is only natural to expect the means by which man might transcend his final frontiers is artificial intelligence and transhumanism.

Now, I find these observations fascinating, and I’m quite inclined to agree with him, but for me, what was most significant about the film’s message as a whole, regardless of whatever combination of specific technologies/theories are portrayed as making this possible, was in the simple fact that they actually reveal who “They” are! This was a drastic difference in my view, from say, the premise of “2001: A Space Odyssey”, whereTARS & CASE the infamous “obelisk” (which many have astutely pointed out is alluded to in Interstellar by the shapes of the A.I. robots…) is found by humanity, but the builders of the Obelisk remain a mystery. We never learn exactly who “They” are. Some advanced alien race, we are left to assume. Similarly, the movie “Contact” (which also starred Mathew McConaughey, interestingly enough) ended with the scientist (Jodie Foster) traveling through space through a network of wormholes, (which “They” built), but again, we never see “Them”, or learn much about them, beyond that they are looking out for humanity and trying to give their little brothers in the universe a helping hand in catching up with them… Interstellar I thought was quite unique in that it starts out by incorporating several instances of what would typically be categorized as “paranormal activity”, and then weaves the storyline along until we learn that Cooper (the Dad) is the one causing these phenomena, in his attempts to communicate with his daughter from his own vantage point in the “fifth dimensional matrix” after falling into the black hole. So essentially, what you wind up with at the end is a form of scientifically-garbed Necromancy…(!) Under the premise that gravity itself is a force which transcends all the dimensions, the idea is that what might be perceived as “ghosts” or “spirits” from our own 3-dimensional plane, are simply just “intelligences” existing within a higher dimensional framework. Okay, nothing really new there. But when added to the expanded concepts of relativity, and the inherent assumptions of the Evolutionist’s underlying philosophical belief in “progress”, all the pieces are put into place towards which a new lens for interpreting who “They” could be, is provided. 12085859_f520“They” are “Us”. This is portrayed in many ways, on many levels, throughout the film, but one of the most central is shown by way of a “being” that Dr. Brand (Anne Hathaway) sees as the crew first flies through the wormhole on their way across the universe. Time and space are bending/whirling, and everyone is having their little “acid trip moment”, and in the middle of this Dr. Brand turns her head and sees a strange “hand” reaching out towards here, a person-shaped “ripple” in the fabric of space/time. She reaches out and touches it, saying “first contact” (or something like that) just before they pop out on the other side of the wormhole. Of course, later in the movie we see that this “being” is really Cooper, on his way back through the wormhole, after falling into the black hole “Gargantua” and have his whole interdimensional poltergeist “conversation” with his daughter in the bookshelf tesseract “place”. The “transcendended” Cooper was the “ghost”. This whole sequence, I believe, really encapsulates so much of what could be referred to as “speculative Luciferianism”. Occultism essentially is a belief system which opens itself to the idea of interacting with beings of a higher dimensional existence with the hopes of that interaction being that which gives us the keys to “unlock” our next stage of development, or conquer whatever existential problems we are facing, or whatever. As in the film, embracing the “paranormal” and the intelligences trying to communicate from the “other side” is viewed as ultimately profitable, and something not to be feared, for in the end, the only “beings” out there who might communicate us are really just some more highly-evolved versions of our own selves. In this type of cosmology, concepts like “angels” and “demons” are antiquated and silly, because it is believed that of course human beings are both good and bad, (as represented by characters like Dr. Mann in the film) and so naturally, there are going to be “bumps along the way” in the broader progression of human evolution. Sure, there might be “scary” moments or “confrontational” individuals, but hey, that’s just human history unfolding. One of the messages of the film is that by pressing onward, and being willing to personally cross over the “event horizon”, we will eventually learn the secrets behind all these “weird” anomalies, we will “solve gravity”, transcend 3-dimensional space/time, and even defeat death, with a great cry of “Eureka”! In essence, we will become “gods”, and this quite possibly with the help of our own god-like selves from the future, or advanced A.I.’s who have somehow “uploaded” into the ether of the universe itself, digital “spirits” who can navigate through higher dimensions the same way people can, and all whom have most likely figured out ways of communicating through time/space by manipulating things like gravity…(!) Interstellar-02-GQ-30Oct14_pr_b_1083x658 So…. Who (according to this Gnostic storyline) are “They”? “They” are US! We are the angels. We are the demons. We are the “aliens”. We are gods. We, as both a species and as individuals, don’t just survive, but we evolve, destined for an existence that goes beyond “this little patch of dirt we call Earth”… This is just, fascinating. A very robust cohesion of ancient Gnostic/occult philosophy, and 21st-century scientism and Evolutionary theory. It really is all a part of the same big Lie, which goes all the way back to the serpent in the Garden.

“You will not certainly die, your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God”… (from Genesis 3:4,5)

The Hexagradient…

At this risk of possibly seeming like a “Face like the Sun groupie” here, I’m posting yet another video of his, simply because it is just so outstanding. I find it seriously encouraging to see other “researchers” who I’ve been following for many years now also learning about these complex and uncomfortable truths, and being willing to speak out on them, even though there are many people who do not want to hear it…

There are so many examples of the hexagram in occultism, Kabbalah, Hinduiusm, etc., it really is just ridiculous to deny how central of a symbol this “star” is to those who practicing one form of Biblically-denounced spiritualism or another…

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The Truth is stranger than Radio…. (project in the works…)

truthradioOk, so I’ve been kicking around the idea of doing some kind of podcast / radio project / “radio” sort of thang / for quite some time now, but still haven’t quite got there, although I am constantly playing around with sounds/music for “intros”, as that seems to be fun to do just for it’s own sake, and so perhaps that is even half my motive for wanting to do such a thing in the first place.  🙂  But anyhow, I’m still in the “brainstorming” phase really, (I suppose I more or less live in the that phase, but no matter…) and really I don’t know exactly where it might go, but all I think I do know at this point is that I’d want it to be something different, something very free and open in it’s format, and honestly I don’t think I’m looking to do another “let’s sit and interview this author/speaker/person” show, not because I don’t like those types of podcasts, because I love em, it’s just that I don’t necessarily think that’s either my “strength” or my cup o’ tea necessarily…

I think I’m more envisioning something more compilation-oriented, in the vein of say, NPR radio-shows such as “This American Life”, or “Radiolab”, if you’re familiar with those. Just more like little collections of “sound vignettes” and more like just random recorded conversations with people, about, well, all the fun/weird/crazy/prophetic stuff that typically finds it’s way onto the blog here, only I think I’d actually be hoping to collaborate with a lot of my fellow YOUs out there, in a project like this, my friends (and just anybody really) out there in the ‘sphere who might want to talk about, well, anything… How’s that sound? I’d love to just get recordings of stuff like, people’s testimonies, views on what’s going on in the world, governments, pop culture, music, art, the Bible, “spirituality”, conspiracies, NWO, movies, books, and of course, TRUTH!

I already have several of you specifically in mind, so be prepared to start getting some emails peeps, and please, do take the time to let me know what kinds of things YOU’D be interested in talking about, listening to, and just seeing tried overall. It’s not intended to be the most amazing thing you’ve ever heard in terms of “production value” or anything, nor is it hoped to be something that would garner some massive audience. It’s just, like this blog, another small outlet, a way of hopefully being able connect in a slightly “deeper” way with lots of other people out there, collaborate, get creative, and actually be able to hear the tones in each other’s voices…. Here’s one of the “intros” I’ve come up with: