Sunday, 31 January 2016

Thought 116: Police State

Ever wondered why the police State is called a police State? 

Freedom destroying measures can only be enforced - at least before the age of policing robots, drones or clones (like the Stormtroopers in Star Wars) - by order followers who bring these measures into physical manifestation.

Theirs is a higher level of guilt than the order givers since they actually bring the harm about - without order followers order givers would be mad people barking orders to no one

This article traces the origins of US police to slave catching patrols, showing the police in their true colour of (racist) enslavers:

Saturday, 30 January 2016

Thought 115: Anarchism as Elitist

Much as I appreciate the input of anarchists/voluntaryists/conspiracy researchers such as James Corbett  ( and Mark Passio (, their high flown principles and arguments will always be restricted to an elite circle, i.e. those few who are able to think critically and have the time to research and question the world that surrounds them.

The high-flown principles of these independent researchers will always founder and be overshadowed in a system of majority politics by more commonplace memes and easy-to-understand rhetoric which speaks to the many. The irony of course is that, although they tirelessly speak up against the current world elite (although not so much in the case of Mark Passio but most certainly in the case of David Icke), they are themselves dependent on an intellectual elite for their word to propagate. 

An example of this is the Brexit vote by the UK population to leave the European Union. The position of many an intelligent anarchist was to either vote 'Leave' or to abstain from the referendum, which is all very well, but when the Leave vote succeeded, all the alert minds dwelling in the UK knew that this was not the fruit of anarchist, Natural Law concerns but the fruit of fears and resentments, justified or unjustified, stirred up for years by the mainstream press and those resentment managers I call politicians. 

James Corbett and David Icke are, I believe, mistaken in thinking that the vote to Leave was the fruit of an enlightened populace waking up to its enslavement by technocrats and collectivist ideologies rather than a vote by a populace still undergoing the mechanisms of mass mind control, afraid of being supplanted by migrants and foreign workers in a context of artificially induced scarcity. 

Perhaps anarchism, at least in its intellectual content, is an elitist philosophy after all in so far as it is restricted to the few who are intellectually strong enough to think for themselves and question the tapestries of power as well as speak truth to it. Anarchism refuses elite control, which is fine, but itself may contribute to the formation of intellectual elites who have no desire for external control but nonetheless contribute to the social, political landscape in deeds and words. 

Perhaps the instinct of Mark Passio is more honest, all things considered, in pointing the finger, not at the hidden elite that enslaves humanity, but at the sleeping masses whom he claims to be 'the real enemy' (see video) and the true unconscious supporters of the system of slavery now in place.

Friday, 29 January 2016

Thought 114: Corporations as Incorporators

The word corporation has the French word corp in it, meaning body. And indeed corporations in-corporate people, resources, energy, i.e. put them in their body, i.e. embody them, i.e. eat them up.

Thursday, 28 January 2016

Thought 113: The Habit of Justification

Any wrong, i.e. any immoral act, can be just-ified (from the Latin ius facere: to make the law) based on any rationale you please, including economic reasons, concerns about the environment, social justice reasons, self-defence reasons (such as Ancient Rome claiming its wars of conquest were to 'defend its borders') etc. 

To justify is to try to make right what is not a right under natural law such as theft, coercion, rape or murder.

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Thought 112: The Royal Arch of Politics

The left-right political divide is like the Royal Arch in architecture where a left pillar leans in against a right pillar and vice-versa creating a greater synergy of force than each pillar taken individually in what remains a mere structure of mind control. 

Left and Right are two wings of the same bird flying into the land of total control.

Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Thought 111: Truth is Objective but No One is Omniscient

Truth is that which is, that which is occurring in the present and that which has occurred in the past. Or, as philosopher Alfred North Whitehead surmised, truth consists of all the events in the world that have already taken place. 

Truth is objective. It is unwavering and absolute. Imagine it as a straight line. 

Perception is not unwavering. Perception constantly interprets that which is, wrongly or rightly, mis-perceives, wanders off in the wrong direction or hits upon the truth, at least once in a while. 

Below is a graph of person A's perception, represented by the oscillating wave that intersects the horizontal 'truth' line, who perceives truth only so often. However, the oscillating wave is relatively close to the horizontal line, suggesting that person A's perception keeps a close relationship with truth. 

Below is a graph of person B's perception, represented by the oscillating wave that intersects the horizontal 'truth' line, who perceives the truth more often than person B but is not omniscient nor completely aligned with truth either. And indeed, the oscillating wave is further removed in its wave pattern from the horizontal 'truth' line than person A, suggesting that person B's perception is further removed from truth generally but hits upon it completely more often. 

The better in-formed you are, the more in line you are with factual truth, that which has occurred and is occurring, the more you are likely to be in line with philosophical truth, taking as it does its nourishment from factual reality and the more your perception will hit upon the truth exactly.

That being said, no one is God and no one has a complete grasp of the horizontal line. The most one can hope for is to intersect the horizontal line of truth on a more regular basis through self-introspection, self-information and self-wisdom (knowing what to do with what you know) and, equally, not veer from it too much as in the case of Person B through possible mis-information and a lack of discernment. 

Monday, 25 January 2016

Thought 110: What State?

Many years ago I translated a tedious, badly written, pretentious academic paper on public management theory whose only noteworthy observation was that the big State or small State question was outdated, and that the only thing that remained to be decided was what State.

So I put it to you, my readers, what kind of State do you wish to see?

For my part, between Nanny State and Police State I choose Nanny State but ultimately the much preferable solution to the 'what State' question is


Sunday, 24 January 2016

Thought 109: Real Eyes - Real Lies

As I've written elsewhere, 
"Green language is the alchemical understanding of words as synchronistic expressions of higher consciousness."
Unlike what school physics teachers would have you believe, the art and science of alchemy is not literally to turn base metal into gold, but to turn basic awareness into higher consciousness. The metal to gold analogy is a metaphor. 

Why call it 'green' language? The colour green is the true colour of love (not red as perceived in popular culture due to Valentine's cards, roses, hearts etc), love properly understood being the force that expands consciousness. Green is also the colour of Mother Nature.

Green is the colour of love as it is at the midway point on the spectrum of visible light, with blues to one side going into ultra violet (which we cannot see) and reds on the other going into infra red (which we also cannot perceive with our bare eyes). 

The green language I wish to share today, courtesy of the research of de-occultist Mark Passio ( is the one pertaining to the word realisation, i.e. real-eyes-ation. 

To realise something is to perceive something with one's real eyes, that is the inner eyes of higher consciousness as well as the third eye/one eye embodied by the pineal gland which is at the midway point between the left and right brain hemispheres and activates when these work in unison. 

Addendum - Of course another, opposing, green language for realise is real lies. According to this interpretation, realising something is really lying to oneself. This is not uninteresting and shows the dual nature of words and phenomena (see in this respect The Double Etymology of Religion). 

Saturday, 23 January 2016

Thought 108: Resentment and Politics

The affect of resentment, justified or not, is the fuel of mainstream politics, political debate, political opinion, political discourse, whether it be resentment against the workshy, against immigrants, against Muslims, against homosexuals, against government, against the elite, against liberals, against conservatives, against bankers, against 'zionists', against 'political correctness', against feminists, against disabled people... The list is practically endless.

Resentment management is the task of the self-appointed political class, which pretends to be the solution to the real or imagined causes of various forms of resentment,  and resentment creation is the task of the presstitute media and political commentators generally who present to the public all sorts of reasons, events and 'facts' to be resentful about, making it seem as though they're losing out or are being duped in some way. 

The philosopher Nietzsche based much of his moral theory in the Genealogy of Morality on the affect of what he called ressentiment, which is the evocative French word for resentment. 

To be honest, I don't fully agree with this analysis, influenced as it is by the questionable terminology of Nietzsche. For what he calls ressentiment might well be better termed discontent, albeit he does say that resentment does not discharge itself in overt deeds but more in expressions of spite and passive aggression (compensating in imaginary revenge what you cannot accomplish in deeds).  

Resentment, for Nietzsche, appears to be a form of frustrated instinct borne out of feelings of powerlessness and enslavement, that is, the condition of being unfree. And that, unfortunately, is the condition of the great bulk of humanity.

As Joy Division singer Ian Curtis sang in Leaders of Men, politicians 'are a strange infatuation born out of your frustration' as their 'promise for a new life' winds up making 'a victim out of your life'. We need to mature as a species and realise that solutions are within our grasp outside any phoney system of political re-presentation. 

Friday, 22 January 2016

Thought 107: Collectivism v Individualism

Underneath the pathetic media fuelled Punch and Judy show of party politics lies a more earnest conflict, namely the one that holds between the philosophy of individualism and that of collectivism. 

Does society take precedence over the individual as collectivists would have you believe or is the individual sovereign and un-coercable as I and other anarchists believe? 

In the case of collectivism who gets to decide what is in society's 'best interest'? Ultimately will these collectivists not revert to being individuals and seek their own self-interest? Who guards the guardians? Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

Collectivism is the ideology at the basis of the New World Order, seeking to impose world government on the hapless masses of an eventually depopulated humanity.

Adolf Hitler, a national socialist, is reported to have said 
"society's needs come before the individual's needs."
Individualism is the philosophy of voluntaryists and anarchists who believe in the phenomenon of dominion, self-ownership, and the right to be unperturbed by the concerns of what they believe to be the fictitious entity of society which claims to own them and therefore the right to coerce them.

Mark Passio claims the real divide therefore lies not between liberals and conservatives, Christians and Muslims, but between statists and anarchists. For, in his words,
"the belief in authority is the belief in the legitimacy of slavery." 
No middle ground is possible according to his interpretation. 

P.S. Personally I have often wondered what instinct lies behind the desire to see what the political-presstitude class calls 'full employment'. Is 'employment' not a euphemism for monetary slavery? Is the desire of collectivists not ultimately to enslave the entire global population for monetary gain and for purposes of control?

Thursday, 21 January 2016

Thought 106: The Dangerous Quest for Political Consistency

Ever since the Greek philosophical tradition, it has been a commonplace for common sense thinking that self-contradiction is an indicator of inconsistency, sloppy thinking, error or even hypocrisy. 

A thought has gestated in my mind for a while now according to which to be entirely free of contradiction, including as can arise between one's words and actions, is an impossibility.

The question is, is this due to some unknown natural law which has built contradiction into physical existence - a phenomenon expressed in Nietzsche's formulation that Nature is "that which has to overcome itself again and again" - or is it that the world is so inverted and far removed from morality that contradiction is unavoidable due to the impossibility of always acting as one preaches?

Taking myself as an example: I consider myself an anarchist and I do consider taxation immoral yet my livelihood at this point depends on the taxation of others' labour as well as general purchase taxation which I contribute to as well.

Other examples of people I respect come to mind.

  • Researcher David Icke has made much of his kundilini experience in South America and his personal awakening, has spoken much about the fraudulent system of banking and the global state, yet it is readily apparent that his website is heavily monetised and living as he does in a monetary system he needs to make money. He needs what he calls 'archon' technology (his name for the hidden power of this world) for his livelihood.
  • Journalist James Corbett has done much to enlighten us on global internet and communications surveillance, before the doubtful Snowden revelations, but the fact is I know quite a lot about his life simply through his online output. Is he that concerned about privacy or is the only privacy that matters privacy that shields one from the State? 
  • De-occultist Mark Passio has said much about the suffering caused by ignoring or disrespecting Natural Law, but it seems that those who ignore and abuse it the most come out of it unscathed and on top of the proverbial social ladder.

I'm not saying these contradictions are serious or cannot be explained away, but the general point I am making is that you can never entirely free the public realm, which includes the realm of discourse, from the phenomenon of contradiction and the charge of hypocrisy, i.e. not always applying what one preaches.

Thinker Hannah Arendt was sensitive to this reality, as evidenced in her account of the French Revolution in the book On Revolution, during the course of which a paranoia over who might be a hypocrite and enemy of the people led to fatal consequences for all major parties to the revolutionary movement. The 'revolution' winded up eating its own children, so to speak. 

In Between Past and Future she noted that contrary the habit of academics of thinking that contradiction in a thinker invalidates his thought, it is in those contradictions that great thinkers reveal themselves in the problems they are seeking answers to; in other words, only small, superficial analysts can afford to be entirely consistent and free of contradiction because they don't grapple with deep paradoxes present in the human condition.

She made a further observation in another book of hers, Origins of Totalitarianism, that one characteristic of totalitarian thinking which seeks complete control and domination, is its acute fear of contradiction.

The Nazis and the Soviets seemed not at all concerned about the immense suffering they were causing their and other peoples but were concerned about the need for consistency; in the case of Nazi ideology, because Jewish people were to them seen as responsible for the ills of mankind, they had to be exterminated en masse, a measure they were ruthless and 'consistent' enough to take.

Stalin for his part had a simple solution to, inter alia, the problem of contra-diction (which means to speak against) for he is reported as having said
"Death is the solution to all problems. No man - no problem."
All this to say the search for internal and external consistency, the fear of contradiction as well as hatred of hypocrisy can lead to fatal extremes in the dangerous world of political action.

The fear of contradiction also betrays an underdeveloped intelligence and I think Oscar Wilde was right in saying
"Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative."
People who subscribe to belief ideologies without question and seek to be entirely consistent in their ideological worldview are indeed probably suffering from a lack of imagination and as Mark Passio has rightly observed 
"mind control is the destruction of the imagination." 

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Thought 105: We're All Conspiracy Theorists

Author's note: This post is exceedingly feeble and wrong-headed in its method of argumentation. It was in fact directly inspired by watching a YouTube video by the infamous 'global conspiracy' researcher David Icke. I leave it in its published form for the sake of showcasing this stage of my spiritual journey. 

Official definition of conspiracy: 
a secret plan made by two or more people to do something that is harmful or illegal. 
Official definition of conspiracy theory: 
  1. a theory that explains an event as being the result of a plot by a covert group or organisation, a belief that a particular unexplained event was caused by such a group. 
  2. the idea that many important political events, economic and social trends are the result of secret plots unknown to the general public.
It should be noted that the popularisation of the term 'conspiracy theory' was promoted at the instigation of the CIA during the time of the Warren Commission set up to investigate the murder of JFK. Thus, irony of ironies, the term 'conspiracy theory' itself was the fruit of a conspiracy designed to silence alternative views on the murder - or is that just another conspiracy theory?

That aside, only a truly ignorant person would deny the existence of conspiracies at all levels of society on a daily basis.

You believe that the government lies when it suits its interests? You're a conspiracy theorist.
You believe in the possibility that products are made not to last, a phenomenon known as planned obsolescence? You're a conspiracy theorist.
You believe that a successful plot was made to murder Caesar in cold blood? You're a conspiracy theorist.
You believe the official version of 9/11 whereby Muslim terrorists attacked the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon? You're a conspiracy theorist.
You believe that big tobacco companies for many years hid the health risks of smoking to the general public? You're a conspiracy theorist. 
You believe that the whole weapons of mass destruction argument to invade Iraq was a pretext for invasion? You're a conspiracy theorist. 
You believe that banks are put in place to line their own pockets? You're a conspiracy theorist.
You believe that politicians line their own pockets with public money when it suits them? You're a conspiracy theorist.
You believe that intelligence agencies such as the CIA have dark secrets and orchestrate events behind the scenes? You're a conspiracy theorist.
You believe that communications, online or otherwise, are surveilled? You're a conspiracy theorist. 
You believe that the News of the World newspaper workers wire-tapped phones? You're a conspiracy theorist. 
You believe that the mass media manipulate public opinion? You're a conspiracy theorist.
You believe that the Nazis and not some communist agent burned the Reichstag building? You're a conspiracy theorist.
You believe GMO crops are harmful to both body and nature? You're a conspiracy theorist.
You believe war is a form of controlled opposition benefitting arms manufacturers? You're a conspiracy theorist.
You believe police authorities covered up their misdeeds in the Hillsborough disaster in the UK? You're a conspiracy theorist.

And so on. 

Now I am not whitewashing all conspiracy theories in existence, for many may be in error, politically motivated and based on shoddy research. And I am not saying all of existence can be reduced to conspiracy as this is patently untrue (in that regard, Tragedy and Hope by Carroll Quigley, which has become a classic among conspiracy researchers, painstakingly points out how much in its 1311 pages of historical narrative cannot be put down to global conspiracies or a single overarching conspiracy). 

Nevertheless, to think that all events in politics, economics, geopolitics, entertainment, business, medicine are the result of accident opens you up to being fooled, hoodwinked and manipulated by the movie script that is the mainstream media and other narratives besides. 

For given the blatant holes in the official versions of domestic and international affairs and the repeating patterns that do occur in shock news items (such as the murder of Jo Cox a week prior to the EU referendum in the UK, which harks back to the murder of a Swedish female MP a week prior to a referendum on Sweden joining the Euro or the famous case of alleged terrorists leaving their passports at the scene of the crime in the case of 9/11, the Charlie Hebdo attacks and the Paris Attacks of November 2015 etc ad nauseam), to put all these considerations down to chance makes you, not a conspiracy theorist, but a questionable co-incidence theorist.

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Thought 104: Language Perception in the Philosophical Divide

At root of the divide between so-called 'analytical' philosophy and 'continental' philosophy is a difference in one's conception of language.

English-speaking philosophers tend to view language as a tool of communication. They are in a left-brain mode of intellect and mathematical analysis.

Continental philosophers tend to view language as a way to explore the world, making their prose seem impenetrable and self-indulgent. Theirs is a more right-brain, creative, persuasion.

True intelligence is in fact a wholesome combination of both intellect and creativity, a fact lost on most academic researchers, whether philosophers or not. 

Monday, 18 January 2016

Thought 103: Brain as Muscle

It never ceases to amaze me how atrophied most people's thinking muscles are. The brain needs exercise, not least for intellectual self-defence against mass mind control and perception management. 

The true goal of education, properly understood, should be to develop the skill of critical thinking. This is not what public outcome-based indoctrination does in any shape or form, at least not to a significant degree (pardon the pun). 

Sunday, 17 January 2016

Thought 102: Comfort Zones and Reality

A mistake I have made and many continue to make: truth does not depend on perception, which wavers, and often fails to see that which is

Almost everyone is guilty of trying to make reality conform to their psychological comfort zones, which means that they refuse to see reality for, in and of itself because it is too uncomfortable. 

A controller's paradise is to have people trust their perception without reflection. All they then need do is manage those people's perception for their own benefit: mind control, also known as perception management

In the book 1984 by George Orwell, in the last third of the story, evil character O'Brien destroys any remnant of truth discernment in the hero Winston. In the torture scene he shows several fingers and whenever Winston answers the correct amount of fingers he undergoes more torture. 

Solipsism, the denial of any objective truth, the belief that only existence is a verifiable fact, is, according to Mark Passio, the biggest lie and the philosophy which the controllers of this world wish to promote for their own nefarious purposes. 

In short: truth is objective and does not depend on perception. 

Saturday, 16 January 2016

Thought 101: The Occult Significance of 9

9 is the number of illusion in gematria (numerology) and a favourite number of dark occultists (6+6+6 = 18, 1+8 = 9). 
The reason 9 is the number of illusion, which is where the bulk of humanity is at, as opposed to enlightenment (which is 3) is that whether you add it or multiply it, it either disappears completely or reappears completely.

9 + 1 = 10, 1 + 0 = 1
9 + 2 = 11, 1 + 1 = 2
9 + 3 = 12, 1 + 2 = 3
9 + 4 = 13, 1 + 3 = 4


9 x 1 = 9
9 x 2 = 18, 1 + 8 = 9
9 x 3 =  27, 2 + 7 = 9
9 x 4 =  36, 3 + 6 = 9

As regards the recent Orlando shooting in the US, occult researcher Mark Passio had this to say on Facebook
"Did anyone else notice the numerology of the mass SlaughterZone shooting in Orlando? June 12, 2016. 6/12, 2016. Same numbers forward and backward. 612, 216. Both equate with 9, the favored number of Satanists and Dark Occultists. In Occult Numerology, 612, 216 and 666 are all equivalents, since they all numerologically equate to 9. The children who still refuse to acknowledge that an ancient psychopathic religious cult runs this world will, of course, dismiss this as random and insignificant. They refuse to see the ritual and pattern their Masters constantly employ, because they are fearful idiots who still believe they can make reality conform to their psychological comfort zones."
The date of the Orlando shooting was 12/6/2016

12 + 6 = 1 + 2 + 6 = 9
2 + 0 + 1 + 6 = 2 + 7 = 9
9 + 9 = 18, 1 + 8 = 9 

Manly P. Hall wrote concerning the number 9 that it was associated with failure and shortcoming in Pythagorean numerology because it fell short of the perfect number 10 by one. It was also looked on as evil because it was an inverted 6, 6 being the number representing the creation of the world (Secret Teachings of All the Ages, p.219). 

P.S. It occurred to me while watching Paul is Dead conspiracies on YouTube, i.e. a conspiracy according to which the real Paul McCartney died on 9 November (or, as is also claimed, 11 September) 1966 and was replaced by a lookalike imposter (the true Billy Shears for those familiar with Sgt Pepper), that, though he would not have made it into the 27 Club, the 27 Club has an occult element, for 2 + 7 = 9. 

The significance of Paul's alleged death date, either 9 November (9/11) or 11 September (11/9) cannot be ignored - in Kabbalah 9 and 11 are both blasphemous numbers since there are only 10 sephirotes on the Kabbalic Tree of Life and, of course, 9 is one short and 11 is one over. It was also on 11/9/16 in the US and on 9/11/16 in British time keeping that Donald Trump was last selected to be President of the United States.

In light of what I covered in this blog post, is it coincidence that The Beatles penned an audio collage Revolution No.9?

Friday, 15 January 2016

Thought 100: Anarchism v Statism

Anarchism is the only valid political philosophy, the only one in conformity with Natural Law, as it simply means: no ruler. 

Statism is based on the specious belief of people wilfully alienating their sovereignty to an authority which magically acquires rights we as individuals do not possess: stealing, coercing, murdering. 

So, to get this straight, statists think we may not murder, rape or steal because the state has a fictitious 'monopoly on violence' meaning it or, rather, the masters of the state, can murder, rape and steal with impunity. 

This is a prime example of cognitive dissonance: no one may act wrongfully except some people vested with imagined authority. 

That the State, according to statists themselves (e.g. Max Weber), has a monopoly on 'legitimate' violence (violence never being legitimate by definition), violence being the immoral initiation of the use of force, should be a warning to all moral beings that the State is not a moral institution (see Legitimate Violence). 

Thursday, 14 January 2016

Thought 99: Unresolved Trauma, Free Will and Natural Law

A traumatic event requires self-labour, i.e. knowledge, care and will, to unmake in one's psychology. As the testimonies of deeply abused but recovered victims of MK Ultra/Project Monarch programs of mind control have proven, the brain is plastic and can recover from traumatic abuse or traumatic events, provided one works introspectively on the self in full awareness of Natural Law principles, that is, those immutable laws that govern behavioural consequences. 

As the mystery tradition of Tarot teaches us, there are two worlds always coexisting: the minor arcana of the psyche, the self and the major arcana of the universe, nature. 

Thus, when one's brain is holistically balanced between left and right-brain hemispheres, one realises that there is a random component in existence known as free will and a deterministic component in existence known as Natural Law which expresses itself in the physical and moral laws of cause and effect.

By contrast someone imbalanced towards the left-brain hemisphere, such as many mainstream scientists, will believe in the absolute randomness of the cosmos and nature, starting with a random event, The Big Bang. They will believe that all nature is accident and whatever physical laws do exist are the result of chance factors and moral laws mere cultural idiosyncrasies. 

Conversely, someone imbalanced towards the right-brain hemisphere, such as many religious people, believe in a completely deterministic reality, where everything is immutably determined by the will of God, in creation and teleologically, and choice plays no role in the sequence of cause and effect. Bad things happen because God wills it so, there is no personal agency.

I agree that these two examples are caricatural but, for all that, I think they are illustrative of the mindsets of many people, working from a right-brain or left-brain paradigm. 

All this to say, coming back to the issue at hand, that resolving imbedded trauma in one's subconscious - and everyone has an element of this, to a greater or lesser degree - requires a balancing of the forces of both natural laws and psychological laws, so that the brain then becomes a unit of unity consciousness as opposed to being a non-unit of division and duality (schizophrenic, so to speak). 

After all what does the word in-dividuality tell us, other than it is the property of someone who is neither dual nor divided?

Unfortunately many do not have the insight or guidance necessary to work on their trauma and subconscious. One of two undesirable results will likely emerge.

In case one, the traumatised individual will identify with the the powerful party, the abuser, and externalise the abuse he has suffered and start abusing others, ultimately abusing himself as well, leading to undesirable results such as domestic violence, pedophilia, dominating behaviour, divorce, crime etc.

In case two, the traumatised individual will identify with the weak party, the victim, and internalise the abuse, becoming yet again a victim, opening themselves up to more abuse by other people and repeated confirmations of their victimhood leading to undesirable results such as self-loathing, substance abuse, suicide, passive aggression etc. 

In both cases the traumatic abuse that was once undergone repeats itself again and again, either as perpetrator or as victim. It is therefore the task of a good psychologist to help the survivor confront the abuse/traumatic event they underwent at whatever stage of their development and figure out how this event is being borne out in their daily behaviour and psychology.

I had to do this on a very personal level with regards to bullying in secondary school, among other things, which made me avoid people and dread social interaction and led me to create harmful psychological 'armours' and 'barriers' between my psyche and the external world, which barriers led to neurosis, depression and even psychosis. 

When I finally, after many years, did recover my free will as well as my awareness of moral laws, I saw a huge upsurge in my sense of selfhood, free agency and appreciation of life. I became filled with self-confidence and activity, especially of a creative, artistic nature. I must add that the trauma I had to unlearn was not only biographically linked to specific events in my life, but also to mass mind and social control techniques (all rooted in fear consciousness) that are at work every day and which I covered in my blog post Mass Mind Control Techniques

N.B. I owe almost all of these insights to independent researcher and teacher Mark Passio, who also happened to be a huge factor in my recovery from mental health problems. 

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Thought 98: Parental Abandonment and Party Politics

Ever wondered why there are only two major political parties in many countries, and two main sides, left-wing and right-wing?

There are only two parental figures.

People with fatherly abandonment issues compensate by being right-wing and want a government providing security, stability; they want government to police the world and 'keep us safe' from cradle to grave, like an archetypal father. 

People with motherly abandonment issues compensate by being left-wing and want a government providing care from cradle to grave; they want government to act as caretaker and nurturer, like an archetypal mother. 

Both types of people are argued by Mark Passio to be unconscious supporters of slavery, i.e. believers in the legitimacy of government.

Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Thought 97: Control and Personal Sovereignty

The only legitimate, that is, moral form of control is self-control. There is no right under natural law to control others. To vote is to choose one form of external control over another, alienating personal sovereignty. Voting is thus immoral. I wilfully choose not to vote, not because I am lazy or apathetic, but because voting is the wrongful alienation of personal sovereignty in favour of governmental sovereignty, whether it be national or supranational. 

Monday, 11 January 2016

Thought 96: Welfare is Well Fair

Another synchronistic green language insight, I actually owe to the great mind that is Ali G, is the word welfare, as in the much maligned welfare state: well fair. 

Welfare is well fair. 


Sunday, 10 January 2016

Thought 95: In-formation

In-formation in-forms you. To be mis-in-formed is to be formed through in the wrong way. And the foods and liquids, as well as drugs and substances, we put into our body also count as in-formation which our bodies decode.  

Saturday, 9 January 2016

Thought 94: Television

Television, in Green language: tell-a-vision

A false one, might I add. 

Friday, 8 January 2016

Thought 93: The Unholy Trinity

The unholy trinity of the modern world: government, religion, money.

Thursday, 7 January 2016

Thought 92: Money and Goods

Early on in his 1311-page book Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time, Carroll Quigley offers an economic insight that is rarely heard, namely, that money and goods are opposites in economic terms. 

Goods are wealth which you have, an asset, whereas money is a claim on wealth you do not have, a debt. Economically speaking, the higher the price (value) of goods, the less money is worth as compared to goods, since its claim on them is heavily reduced.

Conversely, where goods are cheap, that is, their value is low, the claim on wealth (goods) that money represents is worth more, since its purchasing power is increased, and X amount of money can buy a higher amount of goods. 

Common sense would say spend money when prices are low, as your claim on wealth in the shape of goods is higher, and save money when prices are high, as your claim on said wealth is lower.

However, in reality, as Carroll Quigley writes later on in the book,
"Inflation indicates not only an increase in the price of goods but also a decrease in the value of money (since it will buy less goods). Accordingly, people in an inflation seek to get goods and to get rid of money. Thus inflation increases production and purchases for consumption or hoarding, but it reduces saving or creation of capital. It benefits debtors (by making fixed-money debts less of a burden) but injures creditors (by reducing the value of their savings and credits)."
Inflation, especially as created by the issuance of credit by the oligarchic banking system, is in effect a stealth tax as it cuts into the value of your savings over time. The same amount of money buys less goods. And interest rates these days are lower than the rate of inflation, meaning the value of your money reduces daily. 

The rumoured introduction of negative interest rates will actually mean you will be penalised and taxed so to speak for saving money, which is part of an agenda to impoverish the masses, to prevent financial independence from the system and keep people on the hamster wheel for all eternity. 

Wednesday, 6 January 2016

Thought 91: Refusing to Play the Chess Game

As Natural Lawyer Mark Passio states in a YouTube interview, a chess game is being played worldwide between the occult controllers of the globe and the great mass of ordinary people, only few of which are at all aware of being involved in a life or death game. 

The problem with the chess game analogy, however, is that game rules are not followed by elites, which is how they become elites in the first place, putting paid to the conformist notion that 'you've got to play by the rules' to get anywhere in life (e.g. the under reported election fraud on the part of the Conservative Party in the 2015 General Election). They invariably change the pieces and layout of the board while you are not looking and make new rules up as they proceed in the game.  

This brings me to my point: as an empath you can never out-psychopath a psychopath, and psychopaths are invariably in positions of power, since power is their fuel and reason to be. The only thing that can oust a psychopath is a bigger psychopath, e.g. Stalin and Hitler. Where does this leave us?

Alternatives to the centralised control system, including the monetary system, are to be encouraged but alternatives, when people are finally aware of them and willing to contribute to them, are always at the mercy of centralised suppression. 

For example, some brave independent souls in the US have attempted to start local, non federal-reserve-based currencies but have been thwarted in their efforts by so-called authorities. Working alternatives are hard to implement and when great numbers flock to them powers will no doubt stampede them, if it is in their interest to do so. 

The world cannot be saved. Look at what happened to the prophets, such as Jesus of Nazareth, who knew that the revolution had to occur from within. Their message was recuperated and distorted by established powers very quickly, if outright suppression was ineffective, such as the burning of early Christians at the stake. 

I have much sympathy with the response Terence McKenna, a famous American spiritual teacher, gave when asked 'how do we fight back?'... 'Make art' he said. Art, while also at the mercy of censorship and control, does at least side step the chess game which is rigged and unfair, by refusing to play along its power driven, political lines.

Art which, to be sure, can be more or less political, is not about consuming goods or saving the world but expressing creative gratitude for our being-in-the-world. Artistic creation can escape the notice of controllers who are not creative themselves or, at the least, confuse them. 

A classic example of this is Boris Pasternak's reciting Shakespeare Sonnet 32 in an official writers' conference in Moscow during the Soviet purges, when speaking wrongly or not speaking at all would have guaranteed his arrest and deportation. He was let off the hook, as the audience recited the sonnet in unison with him. 

Another example, again drawing from Shakespearian reception, is how both sides of the English Civil War owned copies of Shakespeare folios. While apparently diametrically opposed in the political game, cavaliers and round heads were both won over by the power of literature.

Ultimately some freedom lies in the insight that death is not final and nothing to fear, including the horrors that can precede it. As long as the masses see self-preservation as the highest good, they will be slaves to the control system. Freedom lies beyond the fear of death and, of course, the fear of life itself, in all its beauty and terror. 

Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Thought 90: Art v Politics

Politics divides people, whereas art unites people. 
Politics draws on resentment, whereas art draws on gratitude. 
Politics is about power, whereas art is about sharing.
Politics is opinionated, whereas art is open ended. 
Politics is about control, whereas art is about creation. 
Politics is stressful, whereas art is soothing. 
Politics denies life, whereas art affirms life. 
Politics kills, whereas art saves. 
Politics destroys, whereas art preserves. 
Politics obfuscates, whereas art clarifies. 
Politics is based on falsehood, whereas art is based on truth. 
Politics is base, whereas art is noble. 
Politics is based on fear, whereas art is based on love.
Politics numbs the mind, whereas art expands the mind. 
Politics enslaves, whereas art liberates.
Politics encourages uniformity, whereas art encourages diversity. 
Politics is ugly, whereas art is beautiful. 
Politics is ephemeral, whereas art endures. 

In short:

Art is good.
Politics is bad. 

Monday, 4 January 2016

Thought 89: Internet as Skynet

N.B. I owe this insight to the website

It is ironic at best, hypocritical at worst, to state this on a public blog page owned by the Google empire, but from a controller's perspective the internet is a supreme resource and tool to get reconnaissance on the masses, be it their thoughts, emotions or actions.

As Machiavelli knew and stated in his relatively unknown book The Art of War, it is very useful for elites with nefarious agendas to gauge public sentiment for various policies by pretending to introduce a course of action, e.g. by having its implementation 'leaked', and then gathering intelligence on who will oppose it by word or deed, who will ignore it and who will get up in arms against it. 

With this intel, the technocratic, occult elites will thus be able to algorithmically quantify the public's likely behaviour when the implemented policy is no longer a false flag/fake leak, but a genuine course of centralised action. Having quantified this intelligence they will be able, theoretically, to input the information in a supercomputer à la Skynet which will give them an omniscient, god like knowledge of the apparently chaotic and unpredictable terrain of human response.

As an aside, I think that many conspiracy whistleblowers, journalists and researchers fall in this trap, e.g. Alex Jones from, who will buy into any old centrally engineered 'leak' and call others to arms about it, thus revealing to the hidden elites what they're up against should they introduce the policy in point of fact reality. 

Sunday, 3 January 2016

Thought 88: Jewish Superman

Superman, the comic book character, was created by two sons of Jewish immigrants, who clearly had some popular commentary to make about integrating gentile societies as outsiders. 

In the Superman mythology, the so-called man of steel's birth name from Krypton is Kal-El. El in Hebrew means god. Superman is a god. 

This is brought into even sharper relief when researcher Jordan Maxwell among others points to the possibility of alien, non human, intervention in the origins of man. 

Superman is an alien from Krypton. And the origin of the worship of gods may date back to our ancient past as we were, some claim, fashioned by a non human, non terrestrial species (see Origins of Man). 

The Old Testament does not in fact refer to a single god as having created man, for the word used in that case would have been El. Rather it uses the plural Elohim, meaning gods, and the argument Maxwell makes is that, far from being monotheistic, the Hebrews were hinotheistic, meaning that they picked one god out of many. 

Saturday, 2 January 2016

Thought 87: Scarcity and the Politics of Lack

As Mark Passio repeats in his podcast series ( the control of energy is the control of human beings.

It is thus in the interest of the left-brain imbalanced control freaks of the world, not to mention psychopaths, to create a paradigm of scarcity, however artificially induced.

Oil and wars over oil is a good example of the commerce of scarcity as scarcity drives prices up and leads to lucrative conflicts for big oil owners. 

In the charade of hate politics, the oft used technique by politicians and their media lapdogs (such as the BBC in the United Kingdom) is to stigmatise entire groups, such as Jews in Nazi Germany, or immigrants in the West, as well as welfare claimants, disabled people and jobseekers, for austerity and right-wing policies that deliberately impoverish the masses. 

Indeed, poor people are far easier to control and manipulate than those who are well provided for and the best way to re-direct people's anger away from those immediately responsible (the controllers who have pursued the politics of mass impoverishment) is to blame the deliberately induced scarcity on those who allegedly strain the system, such as those aforementioned groups, through a pathetic puppet media that is complicit with the powers that (should not) be.  

Artificially induced scarcity creates a consciousness of lack which leads to violence among communities, fighting as they have to for what they perceive to be scarce resources, whereas a consciousness of plenty would be of no interest to controllers since people would be contented and sufficiently independent from survival, fight or flight mode, to question the need for controllers and the politics of hate and fear generally.

This is arguably why the agenda for the globalist cabal in charge of world destiny is to decimate and ultimately destroy the usually democratic and liberal-leaning middle class as people of this group still represent a check on unbridled power and control.

Artificial scarcity and blaming scarcity on pariah groups is a technique of mass mind control used by right wing politicians and media presstitutes, such as David Cameron and Daily Mail contributors in the UK, who always seek to capitalise on people's prejudices and ignorance of mind control techniques, incapable as they are of distinguishing truth from falsehood and questioning the power structures in place directly responsible for the problems these same structures claim to be fighting. 

This ensures that the status quo is untouched, as the masses are too busy blaming and attacking perceived strains on resources than confronting those immediately responsible for people's impoverishment and the lack of public funding - the purveyors and justifiers of austerity politics themselves.