Ripple XRP, the Lumenati, and the Sinking of the Titanic

From JC Collins:

Blockchain – The Final Phase of the Protestant Reformation and Jesuit Counter-Reformation

The following statement was made by Father Joseph M. McShane, president of the Jesuit Fordham University, while giving a speech at a dual sponsored workshop, with IBM, on the Blockchain and its use.

We have a long and storied history in the drawing up of ciphers in order to ensure that the information that was flowing to Rome was safe and secure. If the Blockchain technology is new, the concept is ancient: how to build and support trust among different parties and how to protect information.”

The statement was a comparison between the Blockchain digital ledger system and the Jesuit’s use of ciphers in the 16th century to relay communication back to the Jesuit General in Rome. Such a secure communication system was a vital part of the Jesuit mandated Counter-Reformation, which was waged to reclaim wealth and land which the Catholic Church and Vatican had lost under the expansion of the Protestant Reformation.”

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A Generation Hamstrung from Birth

A good friend died last year. He would have turned 64 recently (born 1954). His early death got me thinking about the poor health and habits of my generation, and set me wondering about their possible common origin. I dismissed the later life situations such as fighting in Vietnam, drug and alcohol problems and the toxic government; every generation faces these or similar issues. I also dismissed the experiences of those in the minority: the Caesarean births, the pedophile victims and those who suffered harsh child abuse. I was drawn to looking at the most common experiences at the earliest times: womb life and early infancy. My experience is that as we age trauma has a lessening impact on us.

Here’s what I found: While we weren’t the first to experience hospital births, we were still guinea pigs in this regard. The corporatization of America was well underway in the 1950s; there was simply too much money on offer not to bring the healthy event of childbirth into the haven of the sick and diseased. As if to offset the absurdity of surrounding brand new babies with the diseased and infirm, sterile, clinical and human unfriendly operating rooms became the place to bring babies into the world. The rooms were cold, loud and echoing, and rather than placing the baby right atop its mother it was first weighed and measured, given eye drops for an ancient syphilis problem and then, when reunited with the mother, not allowed to breast feed. If the mother was drugged, which was very common, the baby had to be first knocked around so it could wake up and breath.

In line with the corporatization of America, most babies were bottle fed by mothers who had smoked cigarettes and even used diet pills throughout their pregnancies. Most doctors condoned these behaviors. Fortunately, alcohol was not on the approved list, though a minority ignored this. Smoking and diet pills were behind the extremely low birth-weights of my generation. Following the poor womb experience and the nightmare birth experience, these babies were then fed the sludge called bottled milk, entirely missing out on the immunological and emotional benefits of breast feeding. After that, half the babies were circumcised. Male genital mutilation was and is widespread in the US.

Lastly, in line with the anti-syphilis eye-drops, the child began a series of vaccinations. Until late in 1955 there was no valid anti-polio vaccine, but every child was given whatever passed for the best at the time. Many of these polio vaccinations resulted in polio like symptoms. The impact of other vaccinations, and also the common removal of the tonsils, remains unclear.

The amount of unprecedented, guinea pig experimentation during this period is astounding. Our ancestors, over hundreds of thousands of years, had not one of the experiences I have mentioned. We had them all. And each new generation continues to have most of them plus a few others.

Is it any wonder our civilization is dying? Forget for the moment all the cancerous tumors we call institutions, from the AMA to the public schools to Congress. These institutions are not so much the cause of the problem as the result and reflection of a wrong-headed attitude towards the unborn, babies and children. It’s a perennial problem, but the widespread embracing of progress, the urge to novelty, and the eagerness to disconnect from past traditions, has accelerated our high-risk behavior.

Some assume we are at the end of a 5000 year cycle of degradation called the Kali Yuga. That is all too plausible. Surely our downward trajectory will soon bottom out.

The Deep State Disease

From JC Collins:

Think of the Anglo-American deep state, and all its organs of banking and finance, socioeconomics, cultural engineering and propaganda, and academic institutions, as a disease which needs to be treated and extracted without killing the host. When analyzed through this lens we can begin to see that the extensive counter-strategies began years ago.

Think of it. Since the coup in Saudi Arabia, and the confiscation of hundreds of billions, funding has been cut off to North Korea, the Democratic National Congress is going broke, and numerous CIA black ops field offices have been abandoned and the human assets left to fend for themselves, as Russia, Syria, Turkey, and others, move into to mop up the mess left behind. It’s only a matter of time before economic propaganda organs, such as CNN, fully go broke and collapse inwards.

To be sure, the changed operational strategy in Afghanistan also means that the once lucrative opium fields will no longer be able to provide the large drug trafficking money to the Anglo-American establishment, like it has since the 1960s and 1970s. Trump and team have completely turned over the apple cart and are now driving the stake even further into the infection.

The War on History (and Men) Continues

The war on history has hit college campuses and museums hard.  I recently brought up a Thomas Hart Benton painting at a college which depicted, in a positive sense and in a minor role, the Klu Klux Klan.  The room it’s in has been off-limits for some time, but that’s not enough for the social justice warriors.  A Dr. Seuss mural was recently pulled for its stereotypical depiction of a Chinese man. Now a museum has removed a famous painting by Waterhouse over feminist issues. The war on stereotypes and history is part of a brainwashing program to make an AI controlled, homogeneous population the next reality.

https://news.artnet.com/art-world/museum-removes-nymph-painting-1213358?utm_content=from_&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Sunday%20newsletter%20for%202/4/18&utm_term=artnet%20News%20Daily%20Newsletter%20USE

http://www.scmp.com/news/world/united-states-canada/article/2114396/racism-row-dr-seuss-museum-pulls-mural-after

https://news.artnet.com/art-world/thomas-hart-benton-mural-indiana-1133765

 

Human Husbandry

All original thoughts are broadcast from the non-physical.  Even the rarest, most attenuated signal is picked up by a number of people.  Still, it’s always interesting when I stumble across someone who shares an antennae configuration with me, and especially on the subject of Human husbandry.  The first article below is by Elva Thompson; the second by Dylan Charles.

http://howtoexitthematrix.com/2018/01/26/shattering-the-illusion-of-reality/

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2018/01/24/rudolf-steiner-explains-hostile-spiritual-beings-feed-off-fear-anxiety/

National Propaganda Radio

NPR is everywhere, and they do play classical music much of the time.  I ordinarily avoid the talking heads like the plague, but I caught a brief blurb from an announcer.  They were discussing the President’s state of the union message.  They said something to the effect of “Trump will address the divided nation tonight.”  What hit me was that this is virtually the same nation as was here two years ago.  How is it that we now have a divided nation but did not have one for the 8 years of the Obama presidency?  NPR is government funded and has a clear mission of social engineering.  This pointed anti-Trump framing of the state of the union address is an example of their liberal oriented social engineering mandate.

I would further suggest that they were pivotal in turning my liberal, anti-Vietnam war friends into supporters of the illegal invasion and occupation of Afghanistan. We are far beyond Orwell’s 1984.

Bad Food is Just the Tip of the Iceberg

Diet is more than what ends up in our bellies.  It’s the air we take into our lungs, it’s the radiation permeating our bodies, the ideas that enter our minds and the feelings that enter our hearts.  One of the disconcerting developments of this century is a novel approach to music.  Pop music is, of itself, a rather pernicious influence.  More than ever it is firmly in the hands of accountants and lawyers, but it has always relied on sugary hooks to pull its fans in.  For many decades we were served up albums by pop and other musicians.  An album, of perhaps 30 to 60 minutes in length, offers an element of depth and sustenance that exceeds that of a single pop hit.  A person may have had a favorite song on an album, but they inevitably listened to the entirety of the album in which it was embedded.  Today people load up their music listening with almost nothing but their favorite singles.  Invariably these are sugar ridden ditties.  Listening to five or ten of these in succession is akin to eating several pastries or desserts at one sitting.  Of course more substantial music, say a symphony by Brahms or a string quartet by Beethoven, is more akin to a multi course meal of nourishing and culinary value, but even pop musicians create albums of greater depth and nourishment than any of their singles.  This concept, however, has gone by the wayside.  Even when music is released as an album, the new album may be listened to initially, but people quickly decide on the one or two singles that they love and listen to them over and over again along with other favorite singles.  The impact of this behavior on the heart and the mind is hard to estimate, but it cannot be good.

The Salem Witch Trials are Now

I stumbled across an anti-anti-climate change post at Art News.  A trustee of the Natural History Museum (and generous contributor to the museum) has had her resignation demanded by, among others, the Revolting Lesbians, because she contributed money to so-called climate change deniers (article below).  I am reminded of the founder of the browser Firefox who contributed money to a group who supported a Proposition to outlaw gay marriage in California.  When this personal and private fact was made public he was unceremoniously dumped by the company he had founded.

The irony of these liberals is that they claim to be invested in diversity, but this is a ruse.  They are not in the least interested in real diversity or even real democracy.  They glom onto various minorities, e.g., immigrants, Muslims, genderless people, underdog races and ethnicities and, under the banner of diversity, use their support for these minorities to expand their power base.  Their attitude towards those who are truly different from them is identical to the witch-hunters of old and the McCarthyism of more recent history.  Those who spew rage and righteousness like confetti in a parade from hell are some of the most brainwashed people on the planet. Their actions are nothing less than a form of terrorism.

https://news.artnet.com/art-world/natural-history-museum-rebekah-mercer-1209734?utm_content=from_&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=US%20newsletter%20for%201%2F30%2F18&utm_term=New%20US%20Newsletter%20List

Science is the Newest Religion and it’s Worse than its Predecessors

Science seduces with its newness, and pretends to distance itself from old time religion with its replication and verification doctrine, whereby everything that matters is reproducible by multiple scientists. This is in great contrast to both alchemy and fundamental mystical experience. Only Moses talked to a burning bush; no one replicated that experience.

With the exception of quantum mechanics, science completely misses the inherent duality of our universe. If a group of experiences can be replicated, say measuring the speed of light or the double slit experiment, then another group of experiences, say mystical, alchemical or LSD trips, cannot be replicated. These two groups are a polarity. Between them is a host of experiences between the two poles. For instance: in the mid-17th century Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz independently invented calculus. All new thoughts originate outside our sphere (you’ll have to trust me on this). In the 1600s relatively few people had the necessary antennae to pick up the newly emanating thought of calculus; I doubt Newton and Liebniz were the only ones, but they are the two who successfully acted upon and disseminated the idea. Most people alive at that time could not have picked up on the idea; their antennae were not configured to pick up so rarefied a signal.

Science, in not understanding duality and the necessary presence of paradox, is forced to exhibit paradox as a self-negating feature of its status as a religion. Here’s how it does it: on the one hand, science boasts of its ability to alter its view as new theories arise and are confirmed with multiple independent testing. This is the cornerstone of its apparent superiority and contrast to religion. They take great pleasure in mocking previous scientific theories (the Earth is flat, the Sun revolves around the Earth, etc.) even as they set forth the current theory as gospel.

Science’s success is largely due to their pragmatic approach. Whatever works is ensconced as gospel. If rocketry puts satellites in orbit, if antibiotics kill bacteria, then science takes credit and expands its adherents. However, the pragmatism of science does not look at the long term. It is in bed with the capitalist and the lovers of novelty; neither group gives a rat’s ass about the long term.

In 2010 73,620,748,816 standard units of antibiotics were consumed. This is a 35% increase from consumption in 2000. It is entirely possible to view farms and hospitals as experiments to determine how strong and antibiotic resistant a bacteria can be created. That’s not the intention, but in duality there is always an equal and opposite response to all actions. On the surface (where the religion of science excels) antibiotics were a feather in the cap of science, but a deeper, longer term view reveals the error of their ways.

And so goes the story of science as it routinely excoriates the errors of its past while planting its flag in the current theory evangelized by its priests. In this land of absurdity there is no question for which they have no answer. When they do not have an answer they simply make one up. Such is the provenance of the Big Bang Theory as well as the Dark Matter Theory. While looking backward it’s clear that the dearest theories of the past are repeatedly repudiated, yet there is no room for humility about the current theories which, presumably, will be dutifully repudiated in the future. The only reason they get away with this snake oil approach to religion is that engineering sees to it that short-term pragmatism holds our attention. Like the bankers who borrow from the future to improve the present, so too does the religion of science improve the present while the real cost lies buried in the future.

This is why people have always bought religion. It gives meaning where no meaning is found, and it gives optimism where no hope is found. The new god is matter. Scientist are its priests and whores, profit-mongers oversee its administration and everyone else is its dutiful devotee. Matter, like everything in duality, has its polar opposite. In ignoring this, the devotees of science show themselves to be a particularly absurd sort of religious practitioner.