Thursday, October 13, 2011

Are We Cultural Hostages to the Technotronic Era and the "New Age Movement"

If you don't know where you came from, it's hard to figure out where you are going, because you have no context. The same is true for concepts, religions, and beliefs to which you subscribe. What is their history?  Where did it come from?  As Aristotle once said, "If you would understand anything, observe its beginning and its development". In other words, knowledge of the past is a key to understanding the present, which brings me to the New Age Movement (NAM) What is it? Where did it come from? Why, all of a sudden, is there no escaping it?

Personally, as a Christian, or more specifically, a Roman Catholic, I am always questioning: What about the vast history of the world before Jesus? Why did He wait so long?   Was the Vatican infiltrated by the Romans after the fall of their empire? If so, how much of Christianity actually remains? What about the vast number of people who have never heard of Jesus? What happens to them? Was Jesus gay? Jesus said rich men have a very slim chance of going to heaven. Well, in comparison to the rest of the world (not the US), I am rich. What's in it for me? If I'm not going to Heaven (that question, right there, will probably send me straight to hell)?

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Anyway, enough about me. Back to the NAM. In a nutshell, the NAM is basically "a “buffet” of beliefs and practices", sold to the mass-consuming public, with utopian rhetoric, and a message of personal liberation. Often it is marketed as an age of united humanity, an age of Enlightenment, a spiritual age of consciousness, or in political terms, the New World Order.  It comes to us through all sorts of mediums, both, top-down: movies, television, news, books, video games, etc, and saves the "too-radical-for-the mainstream-media" stuff for bottom-up (Internet) marketing strategies such as: 'zines" (self -published magazines), memes, etc.

Even the churches are promoting the NAM, whether they are aware of it or not. For instance, take the new vampire series, Twilight. The Christian churches, including the Catholic Church are giving its stamp of approval, even advocating this series. Why? Because, they say it teaches "abstinence". Really? What about the vampire part of the equation? As the Collin's brothers (Paul and Phillip), authors of, The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship: An Examination of Epistemic Autocracy, From the 19th to the 21st Century pointed out:

"The mythology surrounding the folkloric vampire is anything but wholesome. The vampire is a blasphemous mockery of Jesus Christ. Both Christ and Dracula deal with blood and eternal life. Vampirism is the antithesis of Christianity. Whereas Christ shed his blood so that his followers could have eternal life, Dracula shed his follower's blood so that he could have eternal life. Vampirism is a reworking of Christianity according to the canons of social Darwinism. The monster is simply the inversion of Christianity.

In a satanic way, typical of the reversal of Christian order that the vampire creates, man achieves immortality through immorality, and by effecting others through lust. Christianity exalts love. Vampirism, Darwin's survival of the fittest pushed to its extreme, exalts the the hunger of desire....The idea of a beast subsisting on the life essence of other is inherently usuristic and parasitic. Synonymous with evil."
Now, does that sound very Christian to you? Yet the church continues to promote this, despite the neck biting craze that's so prevalent amongst teens, today. Yes, teens are biting each other as a sign of their "enduring love". They're exchanging blood for god's sake!

Moreover, vampirism is a metaphor for usury and sociopolitical parasitism.  Does that sound famiiar?  It should. Considering the parasitic bankster/corporatist economy of which we're forced to comply. 

The Zeitgeist Movement: Mystery Schools for Dummies? Theosophy? Free Masonry?

(Regarding Theosophy: Hitler kept a heavily annotated copy of Madame Blavatsky's (credited with founding Theosopy) "The Secret Doctrine" at his bedside, “…from theosophists Hitler derived his genesis theories and the notion of a mankind was guided by superior beings, Ubermenchen (supermen), who live in remote areas of the world...” -- The New World Religion by Gary Kah p.26)

I admit.  With the exception of the first part, Zeitgeist had me signed, sealed and delivered. Sure, on the face of it, everything looks rosy (The Venus Project, ultra utopian approach to the New World Order:  The New Atlantis.  What they forgot to tell you, is that it's not for you.  What they forgot to tell you is first comes massive depopulation).  However, the more I looked into it, the more I saw the evil agenda.

Zeitgeist is split up into three sections, the first one dealing with the "New Age" belief system, and the last two segments: 9/11 as an inside job, and the corruption of the Federal Reserve (disclaimer: I do believe 9/11 was an inside job of some sort, and that the Federal Reserve is, indeed, corrupt.) . It's only the first part of this film that concerns me, as it serves mainly to discredit Jesus Christ, as a "knock-off of Horus", the sun god, a copycat theory, if you will, substituting, instead, the idea of apotheosized man. Ultimately, that man is god.  Yikes!

It is interesting to note that Peter Joseph, creator of the Zeitgeist films: Zeitgeist, released in 2007, and Zeitgeist Addendum, released in 2008, which started the Zeitgeist movement, has distanced himself from the idea that 9/11 was an inside job, which he tried to expose in his film.  Hmm...could it be that he used 9/11 to attract followers to his real agenda?

The Zeitgeist movement is very clearly,a depiction of the "Mystery Schools" ideology, Theosophy, and modern speculative Free Masonry, started in 1717, which can be traced back to 1356, when it was referred to in the Calendar of Coroner's Rolls of the City of London. In the 1917 work, Heresies Exposed, it says, "Free Masonry, viewed doctrinally, is Theosophy".

The three things that Zeitgeist adopts from Theosophy and Free Masonry with respect to theology are:
1. The story of Jesus was copied from other religions
2. That Jesus is a representation of the sun.
3. Jesus ushered in the age of Pisces.
However, Theosophy, which gave birth to the NAM, derives its spiritual enlightenment from Lucifer. According to Theosophist, Dane Rudhyar,
“Satan is an anagram for Sanat Kumara, who in the esoteric philosophy of India is the promethean being who gave mankind the fire of self-conscious and independent, individual selfhood.” -- Theosophist, Dane Rudhyar, The Magic of Tone and the Art of Music, [Taylor   Francis, 1982], P. 69
And then there is the matter of all of the silenced Christian New World Order researchers.  While all of the non-Christian, "anti-NWO" researchers, such as Peter Joseph, David Icke (almost certainly  paid disinformation agents), Michael Tsarion, and even Jordan Maxwell, who I think are both sincere - especially Jordan Maxwell, who has suffered greatly for his mission - are all alive and mostly well.  Meanwhile, most of the Christian New World Order researchers, such as William Cooper, Randall N. Baer, Fritz Springmeyer, John Todd,and Kent Hovind have been murdered, framed and jailed, discredited and/or silenced in some way.

William Cooper was shot dead in June of 2001, as he was ambushed, shortly after he predicted 9/11. Fritz Springmeyer was framed, discredited and jailed.  Randall N. Baer, author of Inside the New Age Nightmare had his car run off of a mountain pass.  John Todd was framed, jailed, discredited and then tied to a tree and garroted (special method: death of a heretic). Steve Hoffer, a promoter of John Todd, who was publicly investigating Jerry Falwell, at the time, was also murdered shorty after...around 1980.


Then there is the ultra hyped 2012. Supposedly, on December 21, 2012, either the earth's going to open up and spew out the innards of hell, or the sky is going to open up and rain down gumdrops and Hershey Kisses. All because of the Mayan calendar.  However, scholars who study Mayan civilization say there is nothing to worry about.  In other words, it's all media hype. So, if something should happen, the New Age elite created it to usher in their world of Aquarius. 
"The technotronic era involves the appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to will be dominate4d by an elite. Soon it will be possible to assert continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the individual." -- Zbigniew Brzezinski, Between Two Ages:America's Role in the Technetronic Era New York: Viking Press (1970),.
Yes, the NAM, on the surface of it, is quite appealing.  Nevertheless, everything that glitters ain't gold. The bottom line is question everything, despite the appearance of  trustworthiness. Do your due diligence, and even then, always remain skeptical.  The world has never been a utopia, and I'm afraid it never will. And maybe that's the way it's supposed to be: an uphill bowling alley with iron clad pins.

After all, Jesus Christ instructed us to be in this world, not of this world.

Extensive rebuttals to Jesus copycat thesis:

A Refutation of Acharya Ss book, The Christ Conspiracy, Dr. Mike Licona

Shattering the Christ Myth, JP Holding

Zeitgeist Rebuttals, Dr. Scott Johnson

Zeitgeist Part One Exposed: The Film, Keith Thompson

Zeitgeist Refuted Final Cut, Elliot Nesch

Mark 8:36: For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?


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