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Occult meanings and symbols
Corruption of Symbols and Meanings and its Dialectical Contentions - Part 3:
New Age vs. Fundamentalist Christians:
In order to understand the dialectical contention between these two belief systems you must first understand their fallacies, and in understanding those fallacies one can understand the dialectical argument. Both in their own way are trying to make you aware of the state of our world objectively, through self and knowledge beyond the worship of the ego. We are deeply conditioned through culture, society, religion, media, nationalism, education, government, and so forth. These conditions set upon us must be realised as to counter the merging hoaxes and manipulation and to create a solutions for one’s self, and recognise our mechanical and mania behaviours, emotional addictions, biases towards rejecting information that conflicts with our world view, and so forth.
The new age has an infamous slogan given to them by truthers, which they might not be aware of and that is “spiritual, but not religious.” This notion provides a provocative imagery of the encompassing world of the spirit, bears imagery of the divine and yet rebellious that it stands apart from the restraint of an institutional (masonic) dogmatic system. However, undone when realising that it has no real structure for it to move farther than what it advocates.
A fallacy in the new age arena is much of what there advocating is a watered down versions of ancient teachings that’s been around for thousands of years, and some are planned oppositions to steer you away from truth (Cointelpro). The new age groups do not have a shield against disinformation infiltration, and so are easily swayed with any new teachings presented.
What’s next is the manipulation of spiritual values and tendencies. It is no accident that in the last few years we have seen a new religious thought. The religion of acquiescence and passivity: trusting in the process; whatever happens is what needs to happen; everyone is right where they need to be; you don’t resist; you acquiesce; to resist is to be negative, is to be fearful, is to be unconscious, a great prescription for convincing the natives to give over the keys to the kingdom, a very good, clever form of manipulation. (M.V. Summers)
Religion has been away to control society for many millennia, within these systems common traits such as dogmatism, blind belief, wishful thinking, emotional projections and lack of critical thinking follows such a controlling system. The new age is beginning to follow such system; with its distorted teachings; complacency of the mind; over simplification of ‘we are all one’ (monism), and ‘all you need is love’. Many believe they are awake and aware, but are merely dreaming to be awake or aware. An effective disinformation relies on half-truths, but with more lies to steer them away, keeping them in subjective tunnel vision. This is the approach that’s been used with the likes of self-help gurus and many others who claims to know the way to happiness and abundance; through showing techniques of manifesting money; fulfilling relationships; the perfect job, the perfect lover and so forth, while at the same time making millions of the desperations of people who are seeking happiness and a way out.
Man must have results, real results, in his inner and outer life. I do not mean the results which modern people strive after in their attempts at self-development. These are not results, but only rearrangements of psychic material, a process the Buddhists call “samsara” and which our holy bible calls “dust.” (Jacob Needleman)
Self-help teachings (such as, ‘the secret’ as one example) is mostly appealing to the ego with its conditioned desires and buffers, the promotion of desire without really understanding where they come from. Spirituality and self-work is the opposite of what the classic esoteric traditions were advocating, modern spirituality hides behind an institution that fails to see the world for what it is. Archaic esotericism is about objectivity, in the understanding of the ‘self’ this enables our filters and programs to work within the world, and also dislodging any unwarranted or unsubstantial information. This esoteric teaching through self (“know thyself”) will be enhanced, but will also provide knowledge about the reality in which we exist in. If these aspects are missing from teachings, then you can be certain it’s incomplete, even if it’s through ignorance, conscious or otherwise. Not all prominent authors and teachers are misleading on purpose, they can be simply misinformed. Most of them have equal knowledge in marketing and selling themselves through promotions than the understanding of spiritual work; it’s not as black and white as one might think. Lew Paz, (pushing ultimates: fundamental of authentic self-knowledge) states:
Many become popular because they speak and write with a reductionist style that brings the complex and disturbing down into canned formulas of what spiritual growth is supposedly all about. Dozens of such New Age authors could bring their works together into one large volume entitled, “How to Become Aware of the Depths of Your Being without Disturbing the Routine of Your Comfortable Lifestyle.” (Lew Paz)
The notion of free will is not readily utilised if we are in a state of statism, acting on our conditioned personality. It is a difficult process to make the demoralised see the true nature of the world that we are in a self-inflicted prison; that there is only the illusion of freedom and that you follow false heroes’ iconographic patsies that are the bearers of truth that solidify false absolutes. For the demoralised it’s too late, and maybe they will get it in their next incarnation. However, it’s not too late for those who are not highly demoralised, they still have hope. It must start young and through education. How many kids do you know through the mainstream education and influences of media predominately entertainment and parenting have adopted narcissistic traits. Having an inability to be objective in the real world, this indicates symptoms of cry-wolf, mania or hysterical episodes, and borderline bi-polar disorders. All because of the suppression of the true ego as opposed to the false ego set upon them by people and other outside sources.
We are in an age of an awakening at the same the time in an age of deception; know thyself so as to discern reality from illusion and illusion from reality. Know that you are not waking to another form of illusion, don’t swap one master for another. This is what paranoid fundamentalist Christian conspiracy groups are advocating in their forums, books, and documentaries swap one master for another, thereby adhering to theology as an abstraction knowing a great deal about god, but knowing nothing off god.
The zeitgeist documentary stirred the pot for a (Hegelian) war of the words, war of intellectualism, and certainly got the attention of Christian conspiracy groups. Christian Conspiracy groups’ response was so extreme it borders on slander, understandable considering the Zeitgeist's claims associated with the Christ story borders on slander as well. The Aquarius Conspiracy (a unified New Age system to form one governing belief) is a conjuration of a fundamental Christian Conspirator, under the illusion that fundamentalist are detached or excluded from the masonic hierarchy of the Catholic Church, it’s so nonsensical it’s not funny. You will find it through more research that they are in the same boat (masonry boat), and there is only the illusion of dialectic separation and not of an institutional separation.
There were only one group who stood apart from the reigning forces off the Catholic Church (long have been dissolved) and they were the Gnostics (people who know), predominately early Christians that felt they had direct access to god. Gnostic comes from the Greek word Gnosis which means knowledge, but knowledge to them was about the inclusion of texts, and more importantly insight, intuition, and the ability to know something about yourself. To spark the divine in oneself and to recognise that the god you profess that is outside, is the same as the spark of the divine that’s within. They wrote most of the text known as the Nag-Hammadi, which is the story of Christ, but to them it was written more from an abstract and philosophical point of view to those of the New Testament. In the Gospel of Thomas it states:
“The kingdom inside of you and it is outside of you. When you come to know yourselves, then you will become known, and you will realise that it is you who are the sons of the living father.”
What made them heretics was that they knew they had the divine spark in themselves and therefore didn’t need to take advice and insight from the priests and bishops, which bothered the church leaders as they felt their controlling system was being undermined.
Early Christianity complemented a line of a tradition that goes back well into pre-Christian times, from; Buddha, Zoroaster, Plato, Pythagoras, Socrates, Krishna, Rama, Laozi, Enoch, Hermes, Jesus Christ and to Mani are all messengers of light, fundamentalism comes in to play when one insists that their icon is the one true Light. Your major religions are the result of clever (evil/Satanic) people who hijacked Spiritual Tradition, dismissed many truths added their own for the purpose of political deceptions and then marketing to the world as product of dialecticism. In Gnosticism one speaks of the Demiurge (the architect of creation, a god, but not the true god) is also known as the evil mind aka Jehovah, Angra, Mainyu, Arhriman, Ptahil, Saklas, Samael, Yaldabaoth, Rex Mundi, Allah, Brahma, Satan and so forth. Mainstream Christian turned away from the Gnostic Christians; however, the Gnostic tradition was still around and soon spread throughout Asia, and came to be known as Manichisuim. From the prophet name Mani a Persian religious teacher who established a form of Gnosticism in Persia and through missionaries made its way to Asia and India.
Gnosticism, however, gets erroneously lumped in with certain circles that are disliked, and several false notions are spread on what Gnosticism is about. Notably by Bill Cooper who puts Gnosticism on par with Satanism, which only fuelled the fundamentalist. This segment of Christianity is well quoted by Stephan Hoeller “The height and arrogance of Evangelical and fundamentalist Christianity is that it calls itself Christian and will not accord that same name to other portion of Christendom. Yet they wouldn’t be any evangelical protestant Christian, if they didn’t have any Catholics or Eastern orthodox to begin with, where the hell do they think they came from, did they think they’ve been dropped from an evangelical flying saucer. ”
The contention arises when Christian religion is portrayed as a copycat religion, which is something mainstream/fundamentalist Christians won’t allow and the Zeitgeist film didn’t help in that area. The result of such borderline propaganda documentary video is striking, as the aftermath of such a showcase was mainly felt by the eastern traditions, Buddhism, Taoism and the Theosophy group all bear the brunt of hateful (conspiracy) Christians. After 9/11 there seemed to be a need to fill void, a void of blame, people reaching out, trying to find assurances in a world that appear to have gone mad. Which is what Zeitgeist seemed to be doing, trying to find certainty in uncertain world, and where do you find such a place, not a place, but a place of ideas ‘Occultism’ a place of mystery where the church has none. By doing so, it backfired as an effect of such a scenario took form in a notion of a New Age Deception (an Aquarius Agenda). ‘Malarkey’ as McKenna would say.
The Christian saviour myth being a copycat of other saviour myths can be refuted, Pagan saviour gods such as Osiris, Dionysus, Mithra is less about having rivals or inspiration for a copycat myth, but more to do with comparative literature and less about some conspiracy agenda. Testimony of the apostles supported by archaeological findings is credible enough to conclude that historical Jesus did exist, refuting it seems pointless. From disciple’s testimony and other credible historical sources Jesus has nothing in common with Pagan saviours. Furthermore, arguing the similarities as an archetype can also be refuted when those archetypes; just died and not returned (as in resurrected) most were rescued from annihilation. Rising saviours from multiple cultures seldom have much in common; Isis, Osiris, Dionysus all were just “good Daimons” elevated to the rank of gods. Zeus, the great Greek god of legend, died and stayed dead, as his grave in Crete confirms. The more you know about ancient history myth, the more you understand the details of the rising saviours, the more it stands apart from the one and only Saviour.
Core Belief of Christianity (Martin, W – Kingdom of the Occult 2008):
Christianity does not have the monopoly on being good. Adopting an image/title for the action of good does not make it exclusive. Christianity must have a church and in order to hold their value one must not hoarder riches. Case in point the Church works as a corporate structure hidden in a monotheistic framework and cleverly tax exempt.
Demons are spirits and are the realm of the spirit-world with Jesus and Christianity having exclusivity to casting out these unclean spirits seems evident (if you’re Christian you can cast out unclean spirits in the name of Christ). You must also realise that nature of Animism; Animism is the oldest belief system and pre-dates organised religion, and shares common threads with spirituality and supernatural perspectives from around the world. Animism believes everything in the world has a spirit or soul. These spirits is also part multi-species spiritual community, a swirling spiritual soup of spirits, and they believe spirits can be killed (only when necessary), but they mostly believe in respecting the spirits of all things. For the rationale and logically inclined science explains this through noetics and so forth. One must ask the question, how are unclean spirits or entities attaching and draining to individuals? Is to get you triggered traumatised; hurt enough so they can bleed energy of you, instead of going to its own source internal kingdom of heaven within feeding mediation within, feeling your Kundalina, your own holy ghost, your own power within you. Instead you’re being drained through trauma or manifested ego (to get you so angry as to pick a fight). These needs to be resolved understanding it is not enough you have to the work. Don’t avoid or cover it by ascending or rising above it (this is a fallacy), but feel the energy feel the trigger, move the energy and free it.
(*For consideration purpose: Not all angels given the title light are all good, there are a lot of lights out there and many are unholy and not of love, and so not necessarily loving or healthy. However, when you see with clarity than you understand; true masters see without judgement, they can deal with the dark side and not be affected by it. If you wonder in where angels fear to tread, you’re liable for a wakeup call).
Institutionalized guilt in the name of Jesus Christ for absolving sin is promised by Christianity, but not of god. An image/title can’t save you from eternal punishment because they are words, and insignias, etc. a name can’t bypass judgment. The core Christianity belief that Jesus Christ offered is impossible for man to follow because it is set upon an impossible religion, but the archetype the myth of which the scenario is based on, along with the Christos (Christ within / Christ consciousness) is a way in which man can follow Christ and that is through the Christos as well as its Mythos and faith.
You can’t offer something that is inherently a Universal Law; unconditional love that is only exclusive to Christianity is like trying to grab oxygen and say so and so offers this to you. One cannot know love without the notion fear; dualism is not a choice its part of the construct, being aware of duality is an example of the ego being dissolved. Love and fear are vibrational frequencies and what we call relativity. Love sponsors fear, fear sponsors love, and the reason is found in the first lie, the lie that you hold as truth about god; that god cannot be trusted; that god’s love cannot be depended on; that the acceptance of you is conditional and the ultimate outcome is in doubt. For if you cannot trust in god’s love to always be there than whose love can you depend. This is the delusion that the outcome of life is in doubt, and in this doubt it created the greatest enemy, which is fear. If you doubt the outcome, you doubt creator, you doubt god. If you doubt god you have lived in fear and guilt all your life.
This is unacceptable to fundamentalist and where its major fallacy lies, The fallacy where the core of Christian Belief is used in a way that is militant, taking the core belief and keeping it hidden and setting around it walls or layers. Only to take it out whenever you stray, using the core belief as a weapon by an Institution that promise paradise is like saying; “if you go to this Collage you will be rewarded,” of course for most is left with a hefty debt to that institution. Faith works in the realm of the transcendental, and faith alone should be enough. The belief of faith for certain saviour alone and nothing else; strip away the spirit and keep it at a distance by calcifying this proponent; makes it easier for people to be controlled, a resulting factor in which fundamentalism can occur, and in which the church has exploited.
[Jesus Christ offered something to the world that it simply could not find anywhere else—love, redemption, resurrection, and eternal life in a paradise far beyond anything it could ever imagine. There is one eternal God, one Son, one Savior, one Hope. The Church of Jesus Christ possesses a rich spiritual and historical heritage that all the Pagan rhetoric ever recorded cannot destroy. (Martin, W – Kingdom of the Occult)] “And because you are sons, God has sent forth the Spirit of His Son into your hearts, crying out, “Abba, Father!” Therefore you are no longer a slave but a son, and if a son, then an heir of God through Christ” (Gal. 4:6–7).
The church of Jesus Christ has always been historically part of the Latter Day Saint movement and several church founders of those movements are freemasons. “The Church of Jesus Christ possesses a rich spiritual and historical heritage that all the Pagan rhetoric ever recorded cannot destroy” again the illusion of separateness, for the purpose of dialecticism.
Christianity started out as mystery cult utilising a collection of Judaism and Paganism, pre-Christian Jews believed in a divine messiah Christ a celestial Jesus or Joshua an arch angel divine figure who gets crucified in the lowest heavens. This is similar to the ascent of Isaiah, and is demonstrated in the Philo of Alexandria writings of the logos. During the first, second, and third century systems of beliefs were diverse there was no one definition of a real authority in order to be considered a Christian or a follower of Jesus. Instead what you had was a developing process that would lead to certain people defining things in a particular way as the rightful orthodox and thereby excluding other followers of Jesus. A gradual process in where an opinion becomes dominant excluding other beliefs, this is what happened in the Church fathers. Any notion of Pagan rhetoric over seeding a rich spiritual and historical heritage is deluded considering Christianity (not the story of Christ) is the result of an originating Judaism and Paganism system.
Jung talks about archetypes not losing its soul, for instance the loss of native aborigine’s cultural heritage through imperialism is evident, however, there archetypes is still with us through our collective psyche as a living archetype. Same can be said with Paganism that it exists as an archetype and so any notion of Paganism working its way to corrupt the true monotheism of the living God and Church is an offset of an already encroaching order made new, and is not necessarily planned. A true Christian Church, a true Christian Religion that has no association with Catholicism is hard pressed to find, much like a unicorn it exists only through hopeful minds of Christians. The church and occult go hand in hand, that’s why notion of New Age Deception is ridiculous when the Church itself is Masonic. The core belief system of the Christianity is readily practised, and so one ponders where those true Christian that stands apart from the Church are, where are you? It’s starting to feel like a unicorn, something religion majors write about, but readily witnessed.
In the conspiracy circles there are whispers of an approaching one governing religion and the head of the institution is the (Jesuit controlled) Catholic Church, these whispers have merit considering the introduction of United Religions Initiative (URI). The URI is an interfaith movement launched in 1995 by William E. Swing, an Episcopal Church Bishop and liberal supporter. The URI has an association with Lucis Trust a theosophical organisation with offices on Wall Street in New York, in London and in Geneva. It was founded by Alice and Foster Bailey in 1922. The Lucis Trust supports The URI, the Temple of Understanding, and other spiritual and political movements for a “New World Order.” Is there a New Age Conspiracy related to Globalist agenda? Lee Penn and Sophia Perennis Author of false Dawn states:
The short answer: No. Conspiracies are usually secretive associations with illegal objectives. New Age leaders and their utopian, globalist allies are open about their aims, and their activities are legal. The goals of the present-day New Agers and utopians match what radicals have sought since the French Revolution. This is not because of an organized plot among men that spans nations and decades. Rather, it shows the permanent vulnerability of mankind to temptation and sin. (Lee Penn, False Dawn n.d)
The New Age and globalist movements are not conspiracies. However, they are bearers of a worldview that is altogether opposed to the Christian faith and to the Western tradition of human freedom. Some of the causes that the New Age and globalist movements support (such as protection of the environment from pollution and an end to inter-religious violence) are praiseworthy. (Lee Penn, False Dawn n.d)
In my opinion it’s a yes/no answer, just having associations raises questions, however, it does not mean they follow the same agenda. If you differentiate New World Order and Globalism as two different mechanisms; Globalism as a cause that totalitarianism is the effect and in that affects cause injustices. It’s so easy to be swayed or convinced that injustices are the result of a cause and downplay it through dialecticism and denial. Then, one should remember 9/11 (both for 'less we forgot', but also the awareness of cleverly well planned out event utilising the entire infrastructure available) the result of an Elite program …than one is brought back reality.
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