I insist, once again; There is no cosmic devil—no Satan. Only the idiot mass mind which is a social phenomena, not some metaphysical psychic trombone from outer space.
You have nothing to fear but psychopaths with their hands on the systems of sociological control. Your everlasting soul is safe no matter how whacked out your mental epistemology, no matter how twitchy your emotional landscape.
Fear has an exponential aspect to it once you tip over into it. Once you have reached the blithering point it is most difficult to help yourself or to allow others to. But if you haven’t reached that point, don’t feed the beast. Relax, find some way to draw back. You are only looking into a twisted mirror of your own making there. Keep that in mind. If you have some soothing mantra, now is the time to let it take you to the stillness you seek.
Hysteria feeds upon itself. Maybe you just need a good slap. All the spooks and bugaboos are just stories…stories you should not believe, for they are what twists the mirror. You will find many of these stories told through organized religion. If you are in this situation run for your life. If it hasn’t helped you get a clue—it isn’t going to.
Your problem is shame or guilt, these are the basis for all emotional problems, for all emotional trauma, for all exponential nose dives into pain. Let it go, it will only drive you to act in such a way as to compile more shame, more guilt. It is this circle that becomes a cycle that becomes a vortex that leads you to that exponential hell…that hall of twisted mirrors.
If you believe in a devil, your devil will believe in you.
Easier said than done? Yea, that’s life, everything is that way, even your triumphs. Remember them.
Friar Friar Pants on Fire;
We discussed hubris once before here.
Just because YOU cannot conceive that there is any other way to know the Source and creator of this Universe, doesn’t mean that there is in fact no other way than the path you have chosen.
I can see from your absolute certainty displayed on these threads how men of your position would go as far as was gone in the Inquisition, go so far to SAVE souls as to burn their mortal bodies at the stake, and all the other unspeakable crimes of fanaticism.
And it is this very fanaticism that I was speaking to earlier…which MANIFESTS as utter and organized vile and utter evil on earth by the works of man himself…yes, the unspeakable horrors of torture and murder in the name of the Christ himself–as the history of your church is stained with. Yes to do the work of a devil in the NAME of your god. It is not a matter of what you call it, it is the acts themselves.
Do you have any doubt, because I certainly don’t, that had your church the power today that it had in the past ages, that I would be branded as heretic and tortured and burned at the stake?
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Angie Speaks –Nov 7 The Cult of Self: Mystery Babylon
Angie Speaks @SpeaksAngie
“I don’t have a problem with religion. I am a spiritual person myself, all I’m saying is, if you’re going to go on a crusade to root out Satan and evil in the world, then you better launch the same crusade inside your own hearts and souls.
Satanic panics are silly because they detract from the fact that we are the devils we fear. A metaphysical evil is very convenient to explain away the culture we have allowed to form around us instead of actually confronting it.
2:37 PM · Nov 7, 2021·Twitter
“The metaphysical evil is what allowed people to choose the culture around us. I’m not a particularly religious person, but as time goes on, it’s hard for me to reckon with the notion that metaphorical Satanism; the idea of radical personal self-fulfillment is what leads us here.”–Angie Speaks
LUCIFAIRYLAND THE REALM OF PSYCHOSIS
The Luciferian pathos, whether cosmic or the product of fevered terrestrial minds, is a demented death wish 3500 years old.
It’s genesis is put in writing by the ancient scribes of Judah. The ‘Chosen People’ of a demonic demiurge [δημιουργός, dēmiourgos], Yaltabaoth Saklas Samael.
“Spirituality is a personal relationship with the Divine. Religion is crowd control.”— Whitten July 3, 2015 at 5:44 pm
The Human Devils of the Space-Time Continuum
World War II spurred the emergence of psychological warfare as a particularly promising new form of applied communication research. The personal, social, and scientific networks established in U.S. social sciences during World War II, particularly among communication researchers and social psychologists, later played a central role in the evolution (or “social construction”) of U.S. sociology after the war. A detailed discussion of U.S. psychological operations during World War 11 is of course outside the scope of this book. There is a large literature on the subject, which is discussed briefly in the Bibliographic Essay at the end of this text. A few points are worth mentioning, however, to introduce some of the personalities and concepts that would later play a prominent role in psychological operations and communication studies after 1945.
The phrase “psychological warfare” is reported to have first entered English in 1941 as a translated mutation of the Nazi term Weltanschauungskrieg (literally, worldview warfare), meaning the purportedly scientific application of propaganda, terror, and state pressure as a means of securing an ideological victory over one’s enemies. 31 William “Wild Bill” Donovan, then director of the newly established U.S. intelligence agency Office of Strategic Services (OSS), viewed an understanding of Nazi psychological tactics as a vital source of ideas for “Americanized” versions of many of the same stratagems. Use of the new term quickly became widespread throughout the U.S. intelligence community. For Donovan psychological warfare was destined to become a full arm of the U.S. military, equal in status to the army, navy, and air force.
Donovan was among the first in the United States to articulate a more or less unified theory of psychological warfare. As he saw it, the “engineering of consent” techniques used in peacetime propaganda campaigns could be quite effectively adapted to open warfare. Pro-Allied propaganda was essential to reorganizing the U.S. economy for war and for creating public support at home for intervention in Europe, Donovan believed. Fifth-column movements could be employed abroad as sources of intelligence and as morale-builders for populations under Axis control. He saw “special operations — meaning sabotage, subversion, commando raids, and guerrilla movements — as useful for softening up targets prior to conventional military assaults. “Donovan’s concept of psychological warfare was all-encompassing,” writes Colonel Alfred Paddock, who has specialized in this subject for the U.S. Army War College. “Donovan’s visionary dream was to unify these functions in support of conventional (military) unit operations, thereby forging a ‘new instrument of war.’”
Donovan, a prominent Wall Street lawyer and personal friend of Franklin Roosevelt, convinced FDR to establish a central, civilian intelligence agency that would gather foreign intelligence, coordinate analysis of information relevant to the war, and conduct propaganda and covert operations both at home and abroad. In July 1941 FDR created the aptly named Office of the Coordinator of Information, placing Donovan in charge.
Huxley’s BRAVE NEW WORLD an update of Plato’s REPUBLIC
The Structure of Huxley’s World State
From the first paragraph of the novel, we learn the motto of the World State of Huxley’s imagination: “Community, Identity, Stability.” This brings to mind Socrates’ question to Glaucon in The Republic: “Have we any greater evil for a city than what splits it and makes it many instead of one? Or a greater good than what binds it together and makes it one?” Socrates and Glaucon agree that “that city [is] best governed which is most like a single human being.” In the same vein, the individual in the World State is “just a cell in the social body.” As for stability, described by one of Huxley’s chief characters as “the primal and the ultimate need,” this is something Socrates cannot guarantee regarding his city in speech: he tells his young friends that their city is “so composed” as to be “hard to be moved,” but that “since for everything that has come into being there is decay,” even it will not “remain for all time.” At the end of Brave New World, we have no reason to believe that Huxley’s World Controllers have not conquered the problem of decay. They appear to have achieved a perfectly static perfect justice. But then, unlike the rulers in Socrates’ city — unlike Socrates himself — they have wholly mastered a science that is (in Socrates’ words) “sovereign of better and worse begettings.” For the need to conquer human nature by eugenics is only the most obvious matter where Plato and Huxley meet on common ground. (All quotations from the Republic in this essay are drawn from Allan Bloom’s translation.)
But a system largely based on bribery and compliance should be perfectly amenable for our purposes of selling the term, normalising it. If we wish to convince the intellectuals so that they can aid us spread the word, we will have to start by examining the theorists on whom the principles of the cuntocracy are clearly dependent: those who advanced being a ‘total cunt’ as a desirable condition. In the rest of this essay I will attempt to draft this out.
A good start would be Robert Michels’ the ‘iron law of oligarchy’, that took forever to insist that nature had determined that whatever the top cunts say goes. It might well be wayward gibberish, but the chances are that it, and the theorists he uses to back it up, will offer a chance to find enough other cuntologists to provide the main thing that proves things to intellectuals: the academic citation. For example, Vilfredo Pareto and Gaetano Mosca could be plundered to offer evidence of the ‘circulation of cunts.’ Surely too, there must be reams of it in James Burnham; but here we are only talking about neo-Machiavellianism mixed with people’s desperate desire not to be thought of as a communist. We should go back to the timeless master, Niccolo Machiavelli here. Would not ‘The Cunt’ have made a better title than ‘The Prince’?
The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind
by Julian Jaynes
I suggest reading this book, there are keys to understanding here.
Metaphor holds the key to grasping what consciousness is.
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