Presidential Polarities

I first noticed it with Bush and Obama.  They played good cop/bad cop.  Bush knocked us around with the Patriot Act and instilled fear, then comes Obama with a smile and a coke.  The Obama/Trump polarity is different.  We have the good fake in Obama, fooling many, even after eight years of skullduggery, and then arrives Trump, who I label as the bad real.  He forgoes the feigning, false mask of the politician, but his real, unedited self is just… not very good.

Franz Bardon

“The physical or material plane is bound to time and space.

The astral plane, the sphere of the transitory or transformable spirit, is bound to space.

The mental sphere is spaceless and timeless.”

“…a  human being is not the originator of his own thoughts; instead the source of every thought is to be found in the highest spheres in the Akasha or mental sphere.  The spirit of a human being is, so to speak, the receiver; he is the antenna for the thoughts that come from the world of ideas in accordance with the position and situation in which he finds himself.”

– from Initiation into Hermetics

I wish to add that the above condition is apparent in the simultaneous invention of calculus and manned flight.  Thoughts pass through humanity and those tuned in catch them.  A subset of those bring the thought into manifestation.

Free Energy

In the nearly 1,000 years of the Golden Age when Sadhana isn’t allowed to be on this planet free energy will play a key role. Since 2013 the next big breakthrough wave for free energy has been called for 2018. Some candidates are at the ready: Gigathor in Chile might make some progress. The most likely candidate is the Magrav power plasma generator by the Iranian nuclear physicist Mehran Tavakoli Keshe. Until recently it only was meant to reduce energy consumption, but now it has been upgraded to run autonomously. For the first time ever a larger number (hundreds) of plasma generators have been shipped – in Ghana: poor countries are not as controlled by the illuminati as the rich ones. The Kenyan US president prohibited this technology in an executive order on 4/23/12.  – newsletter

Camille Paglia on Liberals

“There seems to be a huge conceptual gap between Trump and his most implacable critics on the left. Many highly educated, upper-middle-class Democrats regard themselves as exemplars of “compassion” (which they have elevated into a supreme political principle) and yet they routinely assail Trump voters as ignorant, callous hate-mongers. These elite Democrats occupy an amorphous meta-realm of subjective emotion, theoretical abstractions, and refined language. But Trump is by trade a builder who deals in the tangible, obdurate, objective world of physical materials, geometry, and construction projects, where communication often reverts to the brusque, coarse, high-impact level of pre-modern working-class life, whose daily locus was the barnyard. It’s no accident that bourgeois Victorians of the industrial era tried to purge “barnyard language” out of English.”

“You’ve nailed it about Western liberalism’s obsession with language, to the exclusion of wide-ranging study of world history or systematic observation of present social conditions. Liberalism of the 1950s and ’60s exalted civil liberties, individualism, and dissident thought and speech. “Question authority” was our generational rubric when I was in college. But today’s liberalism has become grotesquely mechanistic and authoritarian: It’s all about reducing individuals to a group identity, defining that group in permanent victim terms, and denying others their democratic right to challenge that group and its ideology. Political correctness represents the fossilized institutionalization of once-vital revolutionary ideas, which have become mere rote formulas. It is repressively Stalinist, dependent on a labyrinthine, parasitic bureaucracy to enforce its empty dictates.”

“The reluctance or inability of Western liberals to candidly confront jihadism has been catastrophically counterproductive insofar as it has inspired an ongoing upsurge in right-wing politics in Europe and the United States. Citizens have an absolute right to demand basic security from their government. The contortions to which so many liberals resort to avoid connecting bombings, massacres, persecutions, and cultural vandalism to Islamic jihadism is remarkable, given their usual animosity to religion, above all Christianity. Some commentators have suggested a link to racial preconceptions: that is, Islam remains beyond criticism because it is largely a religion of non-whites whose two holy cities occupy territory once oppressed by Western imperialism.”

  • from an interview

Tavistock Created Donald Trump

Using Social Environmental Turbulence to Transform American Culture

While the world was focused on the final act of World War Two economists and monetary policy writers of the allied nations, which included Russia and China, were meeting in New Hampshire to develop the Bretton Woods Agreement. The purpose of this conference was to set the new framework for the international monetary system based on the dominance of the US dollar and the gold which was deposited into the Federal Reserve.

During this time period the Tavistock Clinic in London, England was beginning to develop its own plans for the post-war years. Operation Phoenix was tasked with the objective of redesigning the Tavistock Clinic to function as a “silent weapon” for the purpose of cultural and socioeconomic engineering.

In a previous article called The Bretton Woods Origin of the Cold War we reviewed how certain interests tricked some nations into accepting the USD as the international reserve currency in place of the super-sovereign asset called bancor, which was being proposed by the British economist John Maynard Keynes.

From that article I quote the following relevant paragraph:

Years after the Bretton Woods Conference of July, 1944, Walter Gardner of the Federal Reserve found a yellowing piece of paper at Princeton.  While salvaging through the personal papers belonging to Harry Dexter White from the time period of the American and British negotiations leading up to the conference, Gardner found the hand written note, which stated:

In Washington Lord Halifax
Once whispered to Lord Keynes:
“It’s true they have the money bags
But we have all the brains.”

This would turn out to be extremely accurate as the end of the war approached and the members of the Tavistock Clinic formed an Interim Planning Committee (IPC) to structure the mandate and methodology of Operation Phoenix.

The IPC was chaired by Wilfred R. Bion, who had previously spent 7 years in psychotherapeutic training at the Tavistock Clinic. Other members of the committee included John Rawlings Rees, who cared for Nazi turncoat Rudolf Hess over a period of 4 years after he fled Germany and went to Scotland. One Eric Trist also sat on the planning committee and would later become Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Social Ecology at the Wharton School.

The Tavistock Clinic evolved into the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. The remnants of the clinic were relaunched as the National Health Services. Tavistock for the remainder of this article will be a reference to the Institute and not the Clinic, though further research into the National Health Services should be encouraged.

Tavistock began to develop group think concepts which could be used to manipulate mass populations through the use of conscious and subconscious psychoanalytic techniques. These strategies and methodologies were used to engineer Western pop culture and begin the process of something called Social Environmental Turbulence (SET). The theories of Edward Bernays were also implemented in these techniques.

The purpose of SET was to transform a whole mass population through the application of social crisis. Each point of fabricated social crisis would cause the fragmentation of the traditional ideals of the subjected population. A similar strategy is being used on the Muslim world today for the purpose of causing an Islamic Reformation. This strategy is two-fold in that it will also serve to transform targeted aspects of the host cultures which are importing mass Islamic populations.

Cognitive dissonance also plays a factor in the use of SET as both contribute to the mass population surrendering to the overwhelming social crisis and turbulence.

The post-war years in America and Western culture were carefully directed and constructed based on these principles. The traditional culture collapsed under the weight of the new rock music which began in the 1950’s. The free love of the 1960’s and the introduction of drugs which came with it also contributed to the social and environmental turbulence.

But Tavistock wasn’t done there. It implemented strategies to fragment the traditional family unit through the use and spread of pornography, feminism, abortion, homosexuality, sexual exploitation of all manner, and the spread of urban crime.

The IPC group which founded the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations became known as the “Invisible College” in reference to the Royal Society from centuries past. This college consisted of individuals who would serve as lawyers and judges, from which the political class is selected. Police forces and military brass were also represented in the college. Everything from school boards, sports organizations, mainstream media, alternative media, movie studios, non-governmental organizations and think tanks, municipal governments, financial and monetary policy makers, economists, and corporations, were all manipulated into serving the purpose of the Invisible College.

In 1954 Rudolf Hess caretaker and Tavistock Institute founder John Rawlings Ress stated the following:

Their job is to apply the advanced techniques of psychological warfare as we know them to whole population groups that will grow ever larger, so that whole populations may be more easily controlled. In a world driven completely mad, groups of Tavistock psychologists linked to each other, capable of influencing the political and governmental field must be arbiters, the power cabal.”

The learnings of Wilfred Bion, John Rawlings Ress, and Eric Trist, among others, and the processes which were developed at the Tavistock Institute, were used to start the Department of Social Systems Sciences at the Wharton School in Pennsylvania. Interestingly enough this department began in 1980 at about the time Donald Trump was coming on the scene in the real estate world in New York.

In a previous article titled How Rothschild Inc. Saved Donald Trump we learned that the Trump script and political platform began back in the 1980’s. The fact that Rothschild and Warburg family members were some of the founders of the Wharton School is not a coincidence and has been well covered in other articles by other researchers.

The cultural fragmentation problem which began after World War Two through Tavistock’s use of Social Environmental Turbulence has now culminated, after decades of engineered reaction, in the solutions put forth by the Trump script and political platform. These Trump strategies are almost verbatim of what was expressed back in the 1980 interviews with Donald Trump.

Trump is the most polarizing figure to ever enter politics in the Western world. This is not by accident. The manner of speech, body language, such as shrugging and eye rolling, as well as absurd statements which are meant to sow division and crisis, are the same application of SET and cognitive dissonance which has been taking place since the 1940’s.

The fact that Trump was educated at the Wharton School, and took every opportunity on the campaign trail to state this, is extremely suggestive of the true nature of his political characteristics. Even the Tavistock Institute itself has weighed in on Trump, and enforcing the dissonance, by stating that we are either fascinated or petrified of Donald Trump and what he stands for:

But why does the main-stream media quote every talk-show host, every major actor, and every bass-player in every semi-obscure rock band on how awful he is, with such an extraordinary lack of nuance or variation? (Voltaire noted that an idea repeated without enrichment is thereby diminished.) Much less time is spent on the possible reasons for Trump’s unexpected salience. So let us now venture forth…and even wander into the unconscious, and the task of coaching flawed leaders.”

A closing point worth mentioning is that Trump is the salesman selling the American people and Western culture on the multilateral transformation which is taking place. The shift away from the American hegemonic “exorbitant privilege” which has existed since Bretton Woods towards a rebalanced international framework will cause a dramatic transformation within the American culture which was engineered by Tavistock.

This multilateral framework is moving the financial and monetary worlds incrementally towards a super-sovereign reserve asset as was intended by John Maynard Keynes at Bretton Woods. The Anglo-American establishment which built up around the international role of the dollar, and pound before it, is being diminished by the transformation which is taking place. This is why some are so anxious to remove him from power. But the constant attacks upon Trump by this now irrelevant establishment, though legitimate attacks in some cases, play directly into the strategy of social environmental turbulence enacted by Tavistock back during the Bretton Woods time period.

The trap was SET back at inception.

They have the money bags but we have the brains indeed. Can anyone honestly state that this is not a turbulent period? A fundamental transformation is taking place in the world. Cultural and socioeconomic gears are turning and everything is about to shift. Don’t blink.

This topic is ripe for even more research and discovery but the alternative media refuses to investigate or even consider that Trump is anything other than the saviour of America. There is a reason for this. The alternative media, for the most part, is an extension of the Tavistock SET strategy and was born alongside the internet to promote the other side of the cognitive dissonance which Trump is aligned with. Both the alternative media and Trump have been created to guide the course of the American transformation.

It was so weird the other day when I saw former Fox newscaster Megan Kelly interviewing multilateral supporter and Russian President Vladimir Putin. A little while later she was in the studio of alternative media outlet InfoWars having a discussion with Alex Jones. A minuscule degree of separation.

This particular alternative media team never discusses any of the things reviewed in this article, least of all the multilateral transformation and the incremental shifts taking place in the monetary and geopolitical worlds. But they do spend a lot of time discussing the hatred of the left, the threat to America from that left, and the problems with Islam, which we now know are meant to force an Islamic Reformation while sparking targeted micro transformations within the host culture, being America and other Western nations. – JC Collins

A Fresh View of Economics and Society

J C Collins proposes a new form of socioeconomics based on “the fundamental principles of conscious manifestation from the single point of origin (Prime) and the Absolute law of interaction (Nomics).”


“The Absolute, or the un-fragmented wholeness from which all things are manifest, represents the single point of origin for everything which exists in the material and spiritual states. Further from the point of origin means the more fragmentation which takes place. Spirit, mind, emotion, and body are all fragments of the one thing. As each of these becomes manifested in the material world further fragmentation takes place. There are limits to the amount of fragmentation which will be allowed to take place, but that end has not been reached.”

“Economics and governance are two human concepts which exists as fragments of the one thing. This one thing is of course also a fragment so it will do the reader well to imagine fragmentation taking place in all directions simultaneously. An evolution and devolution which cannot exist separate.”

“The extreme right is inherently selfish while the extreme left is forced selflessness. Both arc points are severely destructive as fragmentation is encouraged but not considered a part of the fundamental structure which both are built upon.

Individual human beings require independence in order to work through their own process of de-fragmentation. The left and right divisions hinder this mental process in the same fashion that religion hinders the spiritual process.”

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Excerpt from interview with German painter Markus Lüpertz

What is the role of art in today’s society?

Art is part of society. As artists we belong to society, because a society is judged by the art it produces. The present can’t judge art. It can love or reject art, but nobody can say what great art is at this moment.

History has taught  us what great painting is. During Hans Makart’s time in Vienna, the people wanted to be like Makart. They dressed like Makart, they lived like Makart. Everyone had to have a Makart. And today nobody remembers him.

The present is often wrong. It can be right in error, but it can also be wrong. There is no truth in the present, only affection, love, and rejection. Artists fight for this love to sustain themselves, but they also live with rejection.

The present is like a marriage. I don’t think an artist, a gallerist, or  acollector can understand the art made during his time, he can only love or hate it. Unfortunately, I attract more hate than love, but that’s probably for other reasons.

Do you think that Germany has a special relationship to painting?

It did, up until the 1970s. People used to automatically speak of art as sculpture and painting, and of nothing else—but that was long ago.

How has that change come about?

Because of the media. We live in a world that is preoccupied with hysteria, there’s no more time for painting. For painting you need independent creativity, and that doesn’t exist anymore. If somebody tells you something that’s no longer good enough, people take out their phones and have to show you.

A man no longer tells his friend “my wife is so beautiful, her hair shines, and her eyes glow, and her lips are like a chalice from which I drink.” People don’t say that anymore. He’ll say, “I bagged this great woman, wanna see?” And turn on his phone.

This generation doesn’t have the imagination to perceive something unless they’ve photographed it. If you go to see the Mona Lisa at the Louvre the people all have they’re phones out—they don’t even look at the picture.

In fairness it’s not that special, there’s much better portraits, like Vermeer’s Girl With a Pearl Earring; that’s a wonderful picture. I think about that every time they hype the Mona Lisa, with her stupid grin. It’s incredibly annoying. But that that Girl With the Pearl Earring—my god that’s a wonderful picture. Captivating. It makes me weep when I look at it.