Thursday, June 29, 2017

So how, when, and why did all this anti-God deception begin?

For the astute it is obvious that for the last several hundred years there have been nefarious secret lodges, societies, fraternities, drinking clubs, invisible colleges, and non-profit think tanks that have sought ways to take the God-concept out of the fabric of our western life — and replace it with alternative superstitions concocted just for us. I don't want to go too deeply into the origin of these multifarious operations, because I would like to write this up more fully later.

But I felt it would be important to at least give a very brief outline of what happened in history, to put some of my previous posts on conspiracies into a larger context.

From the beginning of Christian history, Christianity was founded on Platonism, and perfected by Augustine in the late 4th century from his reading of Neo-Platonist literature. For the next 700 years Christian Europe operated rather peacefully (if you exclude the wars of land by kings that have never abated in history; it seems to be what kings do) under the concept of the Great Chain of Being. People saw how they fit into the world, and accepted their lot. God was at the top, and whether you were a thane or a serf, you saw yourself under that careful Divine order. And people got on with their lives, and ignored kings and kings ignored them.

So now we come to about the year 1100. Aristotle is introduced into Europe, a figure from pagan Greece who was more materialistic than Plato. And Aristotle had a simple early form of logic, called syllogistic logic. Plato had been aware that this kind of materialist thinking was not compatible with mysticism, and had nothing to do with it. But the medieval scholars didn't know this. They had forgotten much of their past. So they went about making silly logical 'arguments for God' using Aristotle's very primitive logic.

It was only a matter of time that these arguments began to feel quite weak. After all they were. Plato had come at things a different way that would be too long for this forum, but it is enough to know that 'observation' and 'logical arguments' are not going to lead to anything but specious arguments for God. Augustine had (in the 4th century) been well aware that you don't argue for the existence of God that way.

So in time, as still more Aristotle got translated back into Latin, as it was all the rave now, it led to advances in logic and advances in science, i.e. and the fruit was lots of money for a few people.

So you had a new elite and a new poverty class. And these elites certainly didn't get their right to their power and wealth and prestige from God (who they didn't believe in anymore) but by collusion and greed. (Consider the East India Company, etc.) So they needed to concoct a new chain of being, that justified them having what they had gotten by dishonest means. No longer by blood for instance.

But they had a deep anxiety, born of guilt they had no way any longer (without religion and confession) to sublimate that guilt. So they came up with survival of the fittest. Most people don't know this (but will when I get to writing it all out) that survival of the fittest preceded Darwin's evolution. He didn't invent it. This idea was the foundation of the new chain of being, and you find it throughout the late 18th century (Malthus), and early 19th century (Hegel), and mid-19th century (Marx and Engels and Darwin), and in the late 19th century (the Fabian Society), and the early 20th century (Soviet Union, Frankfurt School and the long march), and middle 20th century (Chinese Cultural Revolution, Council on Foreign Relations), and so on right into the present.

All this is a machinery built by elites who are not at ease with themselves, do not believe in God, and fear who they see as 'the masses' or 'the workers,' or 'the proletariat,' constantly in fear they will rise up against them. This fear is because they have no legitimacy anymore, that the Great Chain of Being had provided kings. So they anticipate these uprisings they fear (mostly out of paranoia) by creating revolutions of their own design. By this method they labor to preempt actual uprisings born of understanding that this is all a sham, and by deceptions control the masses into thinking they are revolting against 'the man,' when in fact it is the elite perpetuating all these revolutions. Note the elite always wind up in charge. Nothing ever changes. People are forever duped.

The French Revolution, the Russian Revolution, the Cultural Revolution of China, the Counterculture (drugs, sex) revolution of the 60s, the current 'resistance' and 'Antifa,' all these were 'orchestrated' by the Elite. And the sad thing is people can't escape these mind-sets.

These hidden clubs where such things are worked out, hidden in plane sight I should add, are what Baba meant by the "anti-God elements." So long as people buy the 'revolutions' that these people produce with their control of media and the educational system, the "spiritual revival" Baba spoke of cannot happen.

That is why it is so important to wake up to the things I talk about on this blog.

Now one final caveat, that is very important. Some conspiracy theories being passed around are in fact deceptions invented in think tanks and pushed into the culture covertly by the media, making it look like these 'conspiracy theories' are by the people and represent real rebellion. In fact these conspiracy theories sold to the public (made to look grass roots) are designed to keep people superstitions to preoccupied by 'hidden truths' they feel proud to be 'in on.' These ego-pleasing 'in-the-know conspiracy theories are meant to sublimate any real search for a higher truth, especially any Divine one. Better people dwell all day on '911 conspiracy' and the 'alien coverup conspiracy' and 'JFK' than actually begin to realize that God has been robbed from them and their lives are going to hell.

These include:
  • 9/11 was an inside job
  • The government is hiding aliens, and contact with aliens
  • Atlantis and forbidden archeology
  • The JFK assassination "conspiracy" theories
  • Time-travel
  • General Theory of Relativity
  • The God Particle
  • The Jesus conspiracy (that Jesus never lived or the real Christians were the gnostics repressed by the evil Church)
  • The Counsel of Nicea through out reincarnation and canonized the books of the Bible
  • The Cambrian Mind
  • The Holographic Universe 
  • String Theory
  • Aliens seeded life on earth and ancient earthlings took them as 'gods'
  • Drugs are sacred
  • Marriage and traditional family is bourgeoisie 
  • Global Warming
  • Peak Oil (based on the deception that oil is a fossil fuel)
  • Big Foot (why do you think the Discovery Channel and History Channel push that?)
  • etc. etc. etc.
See Conspiracies I think are bunk

So we have to see certain anti-God conspiracies, and see how they work. And see that these other conspiracies are put there so you won't see the real one to oust God and all that is Godly. And to gratify your ego by keeping you cynical and thinking you are 'in the know' about something and above someone else. When in fact you are the biggest dupe.

The people who hold to these absurd conspiracy theories, forged just to keep you sidetracked, look incredibly silly to the elite. Wake up people! You are being taken for a stooge. And the sad irony is you think you are being sooooo smart.


So now I wish to review this again, to make it more clear.

Prehistoric and primitive (without writing) societies are basically egalitarian, but life is brutal, hard, and short.

With civilization, especially with writing, comes division of labor. This produces an elite. While there are many benefits of civilization, there is the problem of the elite justifying themselves to subordinates and justifying passing their wealth, power, and prestige to their own preferred children.

One of the most ancient ways was the Indian caste system. While wrong, immoral, and based on keeping people in ignorance, it works, especially if we add karma. People are content to see their life as their lot and accept it.

Other methods were also used in other places. One was the means of production of a commodity, usually alcoholic beverages, was controlled by a priest class. This was true with beer, saki, and wine of course. People sell the ingredients (that they grow) in exchange for the completed result, the brew that required more resources and secret recipes.

The Aztecs used pure superstition.

In Roman society emperors claimed God-status. This was also used in ancient Egypt and medieval Japan.

But in Christianity the Chain of Being was there. People accepted their lot, saw the king as rightful by the divine right of kings, and saw this right as passed by 'blood' or inheritance. This worked well. Kings were sometimes good or sometimes bad, but they were relaxed in their power and did not fear, seeing themselves as legitimate. Life for common people was simple but calm in the first half of the middle ages, erroneously called 'dark.' See this post for more on that period.

The introduction of Aristotle into Western European theology in about 1100, and then increasingly so, had 3 unanticipated consequences because of the materialistic nature of Aristotle's method.

1. Loss in belief in God and emphasis on material gain only.
2. You had the rise of scientific method and hence machines (inventions), creating new wealth.
3. You had a new nouveau riche (corporate investors in the 17th century, robber barons in the 19th century). These had no legitimacy via the Great Chain of Being, or by blood, or Divine Right.
4. A new disparity of wealth, a new poor working class.
5. This frightened the nouveau riche. A lack of confidence in their legitimacy (due to loss of Chain of Being concept and Divine right of kings and bloodline legitimacy) They formed first private lodges of the elite to discuss how to control masses and create ideas in their favor.
6. This made the new elite conspire to replace the old excuse for their power with a new one, hence they invented survival of fittest and races in the 18th century (Carl Linnaeus invented race in 1738 and Malthus co-opted the 'invisible hand' of Adam Smith into his own Malthusian economics, introducing survival of fittest and best as new justification of who was most worthy of life and wealth).
7. This was adopted by Darwin, codifying it as the basis of life, putting evolution in a chain of the most brutal and selfish as the most worthy.
8. Thomas Huxley (grandfather of Aldous and Julian Huxley) called 'Darwin's bulldog,' devoting his life to promoting Darwin's theory.
9. Fabian Society forms 1888, pushing a world where the State replaces God, in a Darwinian world. Workers are to 'unite' and push out old God and bring in new State as their new boss.
10. Endless societies and think tanks grow to foster these dual plans, world-state where God replaces family, Church, sovereinty (that they see as threat) and themselves at top.

Here now is the completed timeline.

Dates

1054 East–West Schism – Decline of Western Church
1075 Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 – 1109, reintroduces Aristotle in "On the Grammarian” c. 1060 or 1087.
1095 First Crusade
1215 Magna Carta — decline of Chain of Being, limiting divine right of Kings through God.
1370s First Protestant Reformation. John Hus, Czech Reformation or Bohemian Reformation,
1438 Counsel of Florence – Rebirth of pagan ideas, Secret College
1441 Christians and Jews reintroduce slavery, the first slaves were brought to Portugal
1517 Luther’s Protestant Reformation in Wittenberg, Germany, followed by 30 year war.
1534 King Henry VIII declares himself head of the Church of England
1600 East India Company, Dutch East India Company in 1602
1717 The first Masonic Grand Lodge was established in England in 1717 as the Grand Lodge of London and Westminster, soon to call itself the Grand Lodge of England.
1735 Carl Linnaeus, Sweden, Systema Naturae, subdivided the human species into four varieties based on continent and skin colour – RACE
1748 David Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding atheism and solipsism
1758 Emanuel Swedenborg publishes Heaven and Hell, prompting New Age movement and irritating Kant even more toward atheism and solipsism
1781 Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason, first edition, more solipsism and atheism
1789 – 1799 French Revolution – Begins obsession with ‘revolution’ as status quo. Beginning of Jacobinism, the principles of which George Washington in a letter in 1798 called “diabolical tenets” and “pernicious principles.” (See here)
1798 Thomas Malthus An Essay on the Principle of Population – Superior People
1807 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: Phänomenologie des Geistes “philosophies of Marx and Nietzsche, phenomenology, German existentialism, and psychoanalysis—had their beginnings in Hegel.” Also Darwin.
1848 Karl Marx, Communist Manifesto (graduate of University of Jena)
1851 Herbert Spencer coins “Survival of the Fittest” in Social Statistics seven years before Darwin's publication of The Origin of the Species in 1859. Spencer (1820–1903) was an English liberal political theorist who initiated a philosophy called 'Social Darwinism.’ Darwin adopted it in his 1869 5th ed. of Origin of Species as synonymous with his term natural selection.
1859 On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life
1871 The Coming Race, later published as Vril, the power of the Coming Race — ideas already developing through Linnaeus, Hegel, Marx, Darwin
1884 Fabian Society: The first Fabian Tract published. Continued to 1915. Eugenics. Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, etc.
1885 Freud invents Psychoanalysis - By 1896, Freud had abandoned hypnosis and was using the term "psychoanalysis"
1888 Annie Besant, leading speaker for the Fabian Society and the Marxist Social Democratic Federation
1890 Ivan Pavolov chair of physiology at the Medical Military Academy in Germany for three decades starting in 1895, Russian mad-scientist, known for classical conditioning and behavior modification. Starting in 1901, Pavlov was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for four successive years. Also American Harvard psychologist B. F. Skinner (1904–1990)
1894 London School of Economics. Four Fabians, Beatrice and Sidney Webb, Graham Wallas, and George Bernard Shaw founded the London School of Economics with the money left to the Fabian Society by Henry Hutchinson. Supposedly the decision was made at a breakfast party on 4 August 1894.
1896 By 1896, Freud had abandoned hypnosis and was using the term "psychoanalysis"
1903 Analytic Philosophy, break from Hegel
1910 Fabian Window designed by George Bernard Shaw
1921 Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
1923 Frankfurt School, Begins with writings of Antonio Gramsci. in The Prison Notebooks. The Institute for Social Research (later called the Frankfurt School) was founded by Carl Grünberg, a Marxist professor at the University of Vienna, as an adjunct of the University of Frankfurt; it was the first Marxist-oriented research center affiliated with a major German university. The philosophy of the school developed in Germany in the 1930s was called social critical theory. It was meant not to promote a specific philosophical agenda or a specific ideology, but as "a gadfly of other systems.” It drew on critical methods of Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud. Critical theory is a social theory oriented toward critiquing and changing society as a whole, in contrast to traditional theory oriented only to understanding or explaining it. "The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.” The market and private property had been replaced by centralized planning and socialized ownership of the means of production. Its idea is to destroy bourgeoisie values they believe the hegemony uses covertly to control society and make the consent to the status quo. This is where we get the political correctness movement. Psycho-politics (neurolinguistic programming, etc.). Aims to spread communism into Western Europe and America.
1923 Beer Hall Rebellion
1924 to 1936 Vienna Circle — Wittgenstein attends from 1926
1928 H. G. Wells, The Open Conspiracy: Blue Prints for a World Revolution (Fabian Socialism)
1928 Edward Bernays publishes Propaganda. Heads 1929 effort to promote female smoking
1929 Wittgenstein returns to Cambridge in 1929. Keynes wrote in a letter to his wife: "Well, God has arrived. I met him on the 5.15 train.” Moore and Russell give him an honorary Ph.D. so he can teach.
1932 Gregory Bateson begins scholarly relationship with hypnotist Milton Erickson.
1933 Wittgenstein’s Blue Book contains his transition to arguing against offering a substantive philosophical theory and toward a therapeutic approach of instead simply trying to push the reader to abandon philosophical speculation.
1938 Aldous Huxley Brave New World
1941 – 1960 Macy Conferences (LSD experimented on by people there unscientifically, and cybernetics from 1946-1953
1943 LSD first use (But the US Navy’s Medical Research Institute had been experimenting with psychedelics in their CHATTER program under the direction of Charles Savage, whose research report from 1951 was revealed by an FOIA request.) So earlier than 1951.
1945 Germans surrendered in May. In July, Operation Overcast (precursor of Operation Paperclip) formed. In November 1945, it was renamed Operation Paperclip.
1946 CIA formed with Operation Paperclip
1946 Stanford Research Institute established
1947 Commercial introduction of LSD
1947 – 1953 Project CHATTER testing of drugs, including mescaline (peyote), in interrogations and the recruitment of agents. Their search included laboratory experiments on both animal and human subjects.
1947 is likely first year CIA experimented with LSD.
1947 CIA with Operation Paper clip fakes first ‘UFO incidents’ in early July as psy-op.
1949 Aldous Huxley in letter to George Orwell: Within the next generation I believe that the world’s rulers will discover that infant conditioning and narco-hypnosis are more efficient, as instruments of government, than clubs and prisons, and that the lust for power can be just as completely satisfied by suggesting people into loving their servitude as by flogging and kicking them into obedience.
1951 Catcher in the Rye. the book seems to have been intended to operate as a precursor to the more destructive ideas about sex, drugs and music that would follow. The book helped to – among other things – began the process of isolating teen-agers from their parents in order to break down the family structure.
1952 Project MKUltra (officially in 1953) experiments on human subjects, at times illegal, designed and undertaken by the United States Central Intelligence Agency. Intended to identify and develop drugs and procedures to be used in interrogations and torture, in order to weaken the individual to force confessions through mind control. Organized through the CIA, coordinating with the U.S. Army's Chemical Corps.
1952 Project Blue Book, psy-op to make people believe in UFOs and in a government coverup.
1953 Philosophical Investigations — relativism, behaviorism, atheism, meaninglessness. “My aim is: to teach you to pass from a piece of disguised nonsense to something that is patent nonsense.” § 464
1953 Aldous Huxley takes mescaline, writes Doors of Perception next year (1954) and says it “expands consciousness.” Source It was supposed to be a window into schizophrenia.
1954 Aldous Huxley publishes Doors of Perception.
1954 First Bilderberg meeting
1955 Rebel Without a Cause The film was banned in New Zealand in 1955 by Chief Censor Gordon Mirams, out of fears that it would incite 'teenage delinquency', only to be released on appeal the following year with scenes cut out.[7] In Britain, the film was released with an X-rating with scenes cut.
1957 Wasson Life Magazine Article, funded by CIA and J. P. Morgan Company.
1959 Bateson helped arrange for beat poet Allen Ginsberg to take LSD at Stanford Research Institute (established in 1946). Source: The Search for the Manchurian Candidate, 1979
1959 onward, Dr. Leo Hollister tests LSD at Veterans Administration Hospital in Palo Alto – including volunteer Ken Kesey in 1960 who wrote, “Six months later I had a job at that hospital as a psychiatric aide.” Kesey went on to become the counterculture’s second most famous LSD visionary, spreading the creed throughout the land, as Tom Wolfe would chronicles in The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test. Source: The Search for the Manchurian Candidate, 1979
1959 My Philosophical Development, Bertrand Russell. Russell, to his credit, tries to save the natural intuitions. Moore sort of does, but tries to evade complexities in philosophy.
1959 London printing: Words and Things republished as Words and Things: An Examination of, and an Attack on, Linguistic Philosophy, Czech philosopher Ernest Gellner
1960 Boston Printing: Words and Things, A Critical Account of Linguistic Philosophy and a Study in Ideology, Ernest Gellner
1960 birth control pill introduced, colloquially known as "the pill”
1960 Ken Kesey takes LSD
I enter the story: April or May 1964 (age 4)
1964 June 17 Merry Pranksters, led by Ken Kesey
1964 late July or August, Leary, Ram Dass, and Alan Y. Cohen come to Woodstock: late July. (Right after Peter Pan Farm)
1964 Tibetan Book of the Dead August.
1964 Phyllis returns from meeting Baba in December.
1966 God in a Pill “If the student world continues to indulge in the use of LSD, the best of its intellectual potential will be lost to the nation.”
1966, professor and CIA agent Michael Coe writes The Maya, introducing the 2012 phenomenon.
1966 First Acid Test, Ken Kesey
1966 Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time is a work of history written by Carroll Quigley (control all human behavior)
1966 April 30 Church of Satan near the Presidio in San Francisco
1967 First Human Be In was January 1, 1967.
1968, Meher Baa goes into deep seclusion from January 31 to July 31 1968. For details:

See this post.

For those who would care to believe in Baba, he did something then. A long period of relative inactivity by the Deep State followed, only to begin to build up again on September 11, 2001. Now we are in a new escalation, but due to the internet and the release of countless books on this subject since 1994, people are waking up to what has happened, and yet few see how deep it goes, and that at the heart of it is the subject of God and the Chain of Being.

Baba brings a new Chain of Being in his book God Speaks. This one is like the old one in that God is at the top, but deeper in that the sense in which God is also the alpha and the omega also becomes clear, the true reason for life and evolution (not based on blood), and a new profound ethics based on reincarnation and karma correctly understood, and an actual understanding of oneness.

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Read God Speaks; it's freely downloadable at this site. Stay with God people. Stay with Christ. You have been deceived, and those that deceive you are deluded and confused, and people all over are now deluded. Sadly those who call themselves the Baba movement are even deluded, as they have fallen for these silly notions still to a great extent.

In the book I'm currently writing, much of this will be made more clear. 

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