Quote that Explains Good/Evil Dynamic of Freemasonry

So back in the day, the Masons seemed to work against monarchies and believed in an egalitarian “brotherhood of man”, and even instigated both the French and American Revolutions. But then there’s all this material that links them to the Illuminati, a group of degenerates obsessed with pure blood, protecting a hierarchical system through covert acts of violence, and the eventual elimination of the majority of the human species. What gives? What the fuck happened?

Well, I found the answer. Check this quote out.

“I have been convinced that we, as an order, have come under the power of some very evil occult order, profoundly versed in Science, both occult and otherwise, though not infallible, their methods being black magic, that is to say electromagnetic power, hypnotism, and powerful suggestion. We are convinced that the order is being controled by some Sun Order, after the nature of the Illuminati, if not by that order itself.”

- Duke Ferdinand of Brunswick, head of Freemasonry in 1782

There you go; there’s the answer. Just a few years after the American Revolution, the Illuminati infiltrated the Masons. That’s the problem with lack of transparency; the Masons worked in the shadows to subvert corrupt regimes, then they were themselves swallowed by something that loves to work in the dark – to the point that the head of the fucking Masons himself thought that the entire organization should be disbanded! Of course, they weren’t, and probably on the lowest levels they still espouse the same values of egalitarianism that they always did, which is exactly why that awful Robin Hood movie that starred the guy from Gladiator was rife with Masonic themes of revolution. They still have lower-level guys working for them who actually believe that their secret society is making the world a better place. What a joke!

A great lidless eye…

It always disturbed me that so many of the founding fathers were Masons. I mean those motherfuckers put their lives on the line (not just their money and their reputation) to fight back against an imperial superpower, and it made sense in terms of their statement of ideals, which was very anti-monarchical and sounds like the egalitarianism that we take for granted today. But then after I read the comic From Hell, and then did a little reading on the internet, it made the Masons sound like a good ol’ boys club of elitists who were completely willing to do black ops wetwork for the British royal family – you know, it sounded the same as evil always sounds, one guy scams another guy, backs get scratched, money changes hands, some people end up getting murdered, shit gets brushed under the rug… same old bullshit. But the kind of people who get hardons over hanging out with elites and exchanging money under the table aren’t the same kind of people who wage guerilla wars against imperial superpowers – something was missing.

Now shit is making sense! So if the Masons used to be a secret society where common men and dudes with funds could join, be equals, and plot against established powers like royal families and the church, and even help spark the American and French revolutions, then the only way they could really turn to the dark side would be if they were infiltrated by an elitist group like the Illuminati. Which wouldn’t be hard; if a secret society has zero transparency, how in the hell would the rank and file have any fuckin’ clue if the head was cut off and replaced with a sentient turd?

But here’s the real mind fuck!

“We form an association of brothers in all points of the globe… Yet there is one that is unseen that can hardly be felt, yet it weighs on us. Whence comes it? Where is it? No one knows, or at least no one tells. This association is secret to even us, the veterans of the Secret Societies.”

- Giuseppe Mazzini (1805-72), the fucking head of the Illuminati

… So does anyone have any idea who he’s referring to?

This pic came up with a google image search for “Mason”.

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8 responses to “Quote that Explains Good/Evil Dynamic of Freemasonry

  1. One thing I don’t understand, though — sorry, I’m a very lonely guy on the Internet — is the Jews get a lot of hate (er, , sorry, the “Zionists”) for the Federal Reserve and modern media, yada yada yada, but then you look up who financed the American Revolution and it’s Haym Solomon! So these are often the same people who want Ron Paul to win or bring America back to its roots.

    In my opinion, Haym Solomon should be on the dollar bill. Maybe over in the corner. Next to the owl.

    - stalepie@aim.com
    Matt Dickinson

  2. Wow. Dude. i read your stuff on Hellyer and was super impressed. Now less so.
    Lemme clear some shit up for you…but hey, believe whatever christian bullshit you like…

    I was accused of being a Satanist today.
    Let me pause to assure you, dear reader, I do not believe in, let alone worship the devil. Those that do are naive, pathetic, confused and/or criminally insane.
    My own personal beliefs are pantheistic. I believe God and the Universe are one in the same, that there isn’t anything above or below that isn’t God. I think someone who is looking for proof of God is akin to someone trying to find the sun with a flashlight.
    But that’s just me.
    As for the devil…well, that’s an excuse. I don’t have time for ‘the devil made me do it.’
    That’s a cop out.
    You let you do it.
    If you’ve transgressed, no one made you except your own dark urges. What some call ‘the devil’ I believe are the baser aspects of our humanity. To place the onus on an outside force or some sort of supernatural temptation is absurd. You are your own devil.
    Besides, evil is a relative thing isn’t it? It is, more often than not, a matter of perspective. Consider the cat and the mouse. If a cat eats a mouse is the cat evil? The cat is merely following his instincts. But if we look at the cat from the mouse’s perspective, the cat is most certainly evil; and from our perspective what we see we call ‘nature’.
    But I digress.
    A Christian called me a Satanist today. Why did the Christian call me a Satanist? Because I made the mistake of telling him I was a Freemason.
    The following are my opinions, not the opinions of any organization, group or society.
    Now let’s discuss Christianity.

    “I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”
    —Mahatma Gandhi

    By my tenth year on this rock I was having issues with Christianity, and the various horrors that were and are being perpetrated in its name. My mother is an Anglican priest. While no longer a Christian, I myself was baptized, raised and confirmed in the church. And naturally my first brush with Christian intolerance was through the church. Watching my mother become a priest was a sketch…this was in the 1980’s. One can well imagine the interesting (and occasionally cruel) things said to and about a woman attempting to minister “The Word of Christ”. Now that I think of it, the most hurtful acts of intolerance I have witnessed have been committed by Christians. And if I look beyond that, the picture becomes quite grim indeed. One need only type ‘residential schools’ or ‘inquisition’ into Google to see what I mean.
    Christians are capable of extremely warped thinking. Anyone who has watched the Oscar-winning documentary Jesus Camp can tell you that. William S. Burroughs put it best when he said, “Christianity is like the inevitable course of some unsightly disease: criminal ignorance, brutish stupidity, self-righteous bigotry and paranoid fear of outsiders.” A former Roman Catholic priest turned Freemason crystallized it for me when I asked him why he’d left the church. “Well,” he said, “it occurred to me I was on the wrong path when I considered the outcry there’d be from Rome if the planes that were dropping napalm on villages at that time were dropping condoms instead.”
    “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: Love your neighbour as yourself.” That’s Christ in Matthew 22:37-39. Note he didn’t say, “Unless they’re non-Christian, or homosexual, or something else you personally don’t agree with.”
    It’s part of what I like to call the Build Your Own Christianity Syndrome…given the various inconsistencies, vagrancies and outlandish assertions in the New Testament, Christians are forced to pick and choose exactly what it is they believe. Some agree with this part or that, others not so much. A sect of Christians may even decide another sect of Christians is heathen, even though both sects fully believe they have the Way and the Truth. The result is often very bloody. We see this play out in history with schisms within the church, quickly becoming schisms within the churches. Once you pick one piece of scripture over another, anything becomes possible. Just ask the family of an abortion doctor who’s been shot dead by the Pro-Life Movement.
    Christianity is a control system. It seeks, first and foremost, to control your mind. It does this by controlling your beliefs with rigid and inflexible rules which in turn control your body, your speech, your ideas, your afterlife and even your sex. Allow me a single example (though there are many) for each:
    Your body: the Pro-Life Movement and other like-minded Christians seek to control the female body. Simple. You are not allowed to abort. Therefore, you have no control over your womb. Therefore you have no control over your body.
    Your speech: A short quote from a spam email I received. It was the most legible of the bunch, “…Please boycott of the children’s movie “The Golden Compass” and books. Also, pass information along to everyone you know (including church leaders). This will educate parents, so they know the agenda of the movie. I am sending this to those of you who have kids or friends with kids, grandkids or have influence with kids. So many today are darkness concealed in what appears to be innocence…”
    Your ideas: Christianity has always opposed new ideas. Think of poor Galileo, confined to house arrest for contemplating that maybe…just maybe…the Earth revolved around the Sun. In the natural sciences, all discoveries and new theories not supported by the Bible were opposed. Sciences that flourished in Antiquity, ground to a halt in the early centuries AD. The church historian Lactantius (ca 250 – 320 AD) called the natural sciences utter nonsense, and church scholar Ambrosius called natural sciences an attack on God’s magnificence. To this day the concept of Evolution is under constant harassment by Christians.
    Your afterlife: if you are a Christian, and you contravene the rules, you are going to hell…a place of unimaginable suffering and pain for all of Eternity.
    This brings me to…your sex.

    “Christianity: The doctrine that there is an absolutely powerful, infinitely knowledgeable, universe spanning entity that is deeply and personally concerned about my sex life.”
    —Andrew Lias

    I have a desire, a genuine desire, to sit down with one of these Christians and ask them, “Why do you care? What is it about what the rest of us are doing in the bedroom that interests you people so much?”
    Christian control in this area starts at pre-marital sex and it doesn’t really end. They refuse to teach their children (and would prefer you didn’t teach yours) about birth control, instead opting for abstinence, then they wonder why teenage pregnancy rates spike. As AIDS ravages Africa, they’d prefer the rest of us not give out condoms. And I seriously believe there is something insanely malicious at the heart of the Christian beliefs regarding homosexuality. I had my first inkling of it in 1987 when I saw a group of Christians outside a hospital having a rally against homosexuality based upon their understanding of the AIDS virus. There, screaming alongside her parents was this girl, maybe eleven or twelve years old, her pretty face twisted with hate and wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with the slogan, “Thank God for AIDS…God hates Fags”.
    Since then I’ve seen families divided, teenagers forced off to bizarre camps to become ‘straight’, and in one case a man badly beaten because a group of Christians thought he might be gay (he was, in fact, heterosexual).
    Christians are quick to say, or perhaps fanatically shriek, “It’s in the Bible!”
    I guess. But your Jesus never said it. Not once.
    The symbol of Christianity is the cross…a symbol of execution, a symbol of death. How many blood-soaked battlefields has this flag flown over? I wonder…if Christ had been executed in the 1950’s would Christians be wearing little electric chairs around their necks today?
    My guess? Absolutely.

    “Christianity is the most ridiculous, the most absurd, and bloody religion that has ever infected the world.”
    —Voltaire

    Christianity seems focused on a man who may have claimed he was God, rather than focused on God. Yet Christianity asserts it’s monotheistic. I debate this. I say Christians have not one, but rather three gods: Jesus Christ, God the Father, and for good measure, The Holy Spirit. The so-called triune god. Now, to be fair, Christians claim the three make one, but you must have faith in all three to be saved. You must believe in three separate entities which mystically make up a single god.
    No matter how hard I try, I cannot wrap my mind around God separating Himself from Himself to incarnate as a human being for thirty-three some-odd years. And for God to then concentrate on our dour little rock in a lonely galaxy in a far corner of space?
    The Universe is a Big Place.
    No, what it seems has happened is they’ve made God into a man. I’m not going too deep into it here, but there are many fascinating books regarding the formation of the early church, the Roman emperor Constantine and his questionable interpretation of the New Testament. In the final analysis, Christians have turned a man into God…it’s only on their faith Christ becomes divine. Frankly, it’s an idea older than Christianity. But again, there are many well-researched and wonderful books devoted to the topic of Christianity as a form of theological-plagiarism.
    “What is Freemasonry? A beautiful system of morality, veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols.”
    —A Mason

    It has been said no man needs a priest to find God, and nowhere is this truer than within The Craft. And perhaps this is truly what lies at the heart of Christian hatred toward it. My grandfather was a Mason, as is my father. I became a Mason after realizing Freemasonry was the most reasonable, if not most fascinating, institution I’d come across. Just a couple of points I’d like clear up:
    Freemasonry is not Satanic. In fact, all discussion of religion and politics is forbidden within a Masonic Lodge.
    Freemasonry is not a religion, nor has it ever claimed the prerogatives of religion, yet Freemasonry’s detractors continue to believe since Freemasonry doesn’t define God, it cannot be their God. Freemasonry believes that men of all faiths can dwell together in peace. Freemasonry requires its members to believe in God but will not dictate those beliefs.
    One of the more insidious falsehoods I’ve heard regarding Freemasonry holds it’s responsible for, or directly involved with, the Third Reich. For Masons who are veterans of World War II, including my grandfather, I can’t imagine a larger slap in the face. I’ve seen this lie repeated on various anti-Masonic and Christian websites. Incidentally, on fundamentalist Islamic websites, I’ve seen Freemasonry referred to as Jewish-Zionist front. Amusing when you consider I have witnessed Christian, Islamic and Jewish brethren sitting side-by-side within the Lodge.
    In fact, on Hitler’s rise to power, the ten Grand Lodges of Germany were dissolved. Many among the prominent dignitaries and members of the Order were sent to concentration camps. The Gestapo seized the membership lists of the Grand Lodges and looted their libraries and collections of Masonic objects. Much of this loot was then exhibited in an “Anti-Masonic Exposition” inaugurated in 1937 by Herr Dr. Joseph Goebbels in Munich.
    Hitler’s hatred of Freemasonry is clearly documented. In 1931 Nazi party officials were given a “Guide and Instructional Letter” that stated, “The natural hostility of the peasant against the Jews, and his hostility against the Freemason as a servant of the Jew, must be worked up to a frenzy.”
    To say Freemasonry was behind the Third Reich is tantamount to saying Judaism was behind the Third Reich.
    What a hateful and offensive piece of stupidity.
    “If a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it away from him. An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.”
    —Benjamin Franklin, writer, humorist, ambassador, inventor and Freemason

    The following is a short list of famous Freemasons for your perusal:

    Sir John A. MacDonald
    George Washington
    Giovanni Giacomo Casanova
    Sir Richard Burton
    Tommy Douglas
    Harry Houdini
    Mark Twain
    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    Voltaire
    Mozart
    Robert Service
    Oscar Wilde
    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
    Sir Alexander Fleming
    Salvador Allende
    John Glenn
    Harry S. Truman
    Peter Sellars
    And so many, many more…

    The following is a short list of groups and people opposed to Freemasonry:

    Pope Benedict the XVI and the Roman Catholic Church
    Pat Robertson and the Christian Coalition of America
    Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich
    Jerry Falwell and the Moral Majority
    The Palestinian Islamist Movement Hamas
    Ted Haggard and the National Association of Evangelicals

    Interesting. Compare and contrast. I showed a set of similar lists to a Christian once. He looked it over, looked at me, and declared, “Well, I’m on the list with the Lord…I’m on the list for paradise!”
    Christians say my cat can’t go to heaven. He has no soul therefore he cannot find salvation through Christ. It’s an idea I chose for the title because I find it indicative of the entire faith. It reminds me of something I read once, and maybe it’s the most appropriate way to close…

    “No heaven will Heaven ever be,
    If my cats are not there to welcome me.”
    —Epitaph in a pet cemetery

    • Hey Barry, it’s been a couple of years since I wrote this, so it took me a while to get back into the frame of mind I was in at the time. One frame of mind I was not in at the time – nor am I in now – was that of a dim-witted Christian uninterested in the symbols of his own holy book who, let’s face it, just says what he has to say in order to feel like he’s going to get some reward after he’s dead (or avoid some kind of divine torture chamber complete with Inquisition-style thumb screws, whips, hot irons designed just for sticking up assholes, etc). My man, if you take one single thing out of this reply, it would be my advice to not even talk to people like that. Not only does their IQ tend to be painfully low, and emotionally they’re on the level of children, but the worst part about people like that is that they completely lack curiosity about the world they live in. If you joined a secret society that specializes in symbols and hidden knowledge, then that shows you’re curious about the world – hell, more than that, it shows that you’re curious about the “true form” behind this “veil of appearances” that we take for reality! Dude, Barry… what the heck are you doing even talking to dim-witted Christians like that?! I understand you might have to work with them for a job or whatever, but when it comes to people like that, you’ve got to just greet them, be polite, and then get the frack away from them as quickly as possible. They’re dullards and they’ll drag you down every time!

      Alright, all that said, I guess my current theorizing about the Masons is similar to what it was back then (although hopefully a little more refined/nuanced with experience). Back then, I was dealing with the fact that the Masons hadn’t yet turned the world into the functional paradise that we all know it can be. Obviously at one point in history they were recruiting the best men that humanity had to offer (“making good men better”), and those men were fighting, at first in secret, against the awful, heartless, psychopathic powers that be. Anyone who wants to feel nauseous need only read a little history about royal families and their noble lapdogs and the monsters who ran the Catholic Church if they want to find out what happens when evil is unleashed. Not many could fight against those powers; the Masons did. Thank God for that! (Whatever you consider “God” to be.)

      Now, that’s on the one hand. On the other hand… what the hell happened? This secret society was able to fight in a battle no less thrilling than anything in something like Star Wars (not joking), they were able to create an entire nation based on ideals long-since abandoned, but then after a while… things just kind of petered out. The amazing nation they created became an empire that gluts itself on death and destruction and enshrines aggression and worships a piece of cloth. That amazing secret society is now (I think) headed by someone with noble blood, which sounds suspicious. Why aren’t the Masons still fighting the good fight? Why aren’t they actively decoding symbols, harnessing the potential of the divine human, and teaching ego-oriented psychopaths to fear the light of day?

      At best, I’m afraid it’s just that that’s what happens when revolutionary movements become a part of the establishment. They become attractive only to old men whose great hunger is for stability rather than novel solutions.

      Man, I wish you hadn’t written quite as much as you did – but maybe all that stuff was cathartic for you. I mean, all that stuff about sacrificing goats? I don’t think anyone on this page accused the Masons of sacrificing animals. And Hitler? Yeah, I see what you’re saying. Nobody likes competition when they’re after power!

      I’ve heard lots of radio interviews given by Masons. They always seem like smart guys interested in unraveling symbolic webs. I love that stuff. Most of them are honest about the fact that the majority of their brothers enjoy ritual and going through the motions of being in a band of brothers – even if they don’t have any actual understanding (or even curiosity) about those very symbols!

  3. Kyle

    Cheers on the reasonable and thought out response. My suggestion to you would be to consider removing or rewriting the article you’ve written. From my perspective, it seemed as if you’d thrown your hat into the ring of the fundamentalists. My apologies for that. You seem to be on a very similar page as myself.

    Perhaps you should research Freemasonry further. It is true the influence of Freemasonry (over the last 300 to 500 years) has waned and waxed to the rhythm and currents of history. It is also true that many, if not the majority, of Freemasons are old men with no interest whatsoever in the esoteric side of the Order. This being said, there has always been those that are. Currently Freemasonry is enjoying an up tick in this activity, no doubt courtesy of mainstream fiction like the fritatta “Da Vinci Code”. Most Freemasons today are over the age of 50, and are more interested in fellowship than Freemasonry. This is one of the reasons I get frustrated by so-called conspiracy theorists who point their uneducated fingers at a 33 degree Scottish Rite and yell, “Illuminati!” Then have the audacity and arrogance to say those in the Craft degrees are misinformed about the order. I find it hilarious, as do all masons, when people who literally know nothing about the order other than what they read in tracts published by the Roman Catholic Church and Evangelical Christians, feel they know more than those actually initiated into the order.

    I know several 33 degree Scottish Rite masons…they’re all grandfathers, family men and in the final analysis, SOUND ASLEEP. They are not the Illuminati. They barely stay awake through the ceremonies. When compared and contrasted to the NSA, Homeland Security, the CIA, the FBI, the Pentgon, the Defense industry, corporate espionage, etc. they are children.

    Its funny how people want to bring it back to “devil worship” or straw men like the Freemasons while the rich get richer and your most fundamental rights are pulled away in the name of security.

    Freemasonry has no interest in political power. As stated above, discussion of religion and politics is verboten in a masonic lodge. Seriously. It is considered a gross masonic offense and you can be expelled from the craft for it.

    Regarding the waning of Freemasonry over the last 100 years…Check this out, from the abstract of a paper titled “Freemasonry and the Press in Twentieth Century Britain”–

    “The following article—based upon a doctoral thesis that was approved by the University of London in 2011—represents a study of British media coverage of freemasonry in the twentieth-century. It considers how and why the public image of freemasonry changed from that of a highly respected élite organization, at the centre of public life in 1900, to a position on the fringes in the 1990s, regarded with suspicion and disapproval by many. It focuses exclusively on national newspapers.
    This article describes how the press projected a positive message of the organization for almost 40 years, based on a mass of news, which the author believes—and shows—emanated from the organization itself (making it an unexpected pioneer in modern public relations practice).
    It concludes that the change of image and public regard, which occurred during the twentieth-century, was due, mainly—but not solely—to masonic withdrawal from the public sphere. It considers—and finds wanting—the suggestion that this withdrawal was a response to fascist persecution and it offers a number of additional explanations. Freemasonry’s reluctance to engage with the media after 1936 powerfully assisted its critics, who grew in strength as a result of developments within the media and the churches.
    In the second-half of the century, greater competition spawned a more challenging form of journalism and accelerated the decline of deference. Concurrently, the rise of secularism and religious pluralism in Britain provided Christianity with increased competition and led some adherents to re-define freemasonry and to treat it as a rival. Throughout the period, ‘Conspiracy culture’ remained strong, rendering the secrecy of freemasonry a major handicap to public understanding. The history of freemasonry in twentieth-century Britain is largely an unexplored field and, in examining the fraternity’s media profile, this study also illuminates the organization’s collisions with nationalism, communism and state welfare provision.”

    Interesting, right?

    Research Leo Taxil and the Taxil hoax…ask yourself how much of a threat Freemasonry represented to the unwavering and unyeilding power of the churches, specifically the Roman Catholic Church, and the Evangelical churches in the U.S. (and Canada) today…I mean men of all faiths acknowledging God together?! Doesn’t really fit with our whole Post-911 thinking does it?

    Check this out:
    From the Vatican homepage:

    http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/congregations/cfaith/documents/rc_con_cfaith_doc_19850223_declaration-masonic_articolo_en.html

    and–

    http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/congregations/cfaith/documents/rc_con_cfaith_doc_19831126_declaration-masonic_en.html

    Interesting, right?

    And from the Grand Lodge of BC & Yukon on homepage: FAQ regarding Freemasonry:

    http://freemasonry.bcy.ca/anti-masonry/anti-masonry01.html

    (I believe this will be useful to you. note this is only section 1…in the sidebar you’ll find much more.)

    Enjoy brother. Thanks for acknowledging my post with your well thought out answer. Cheers.

  4. I am a freshman in high school and I was studying for a year now. I now want to ask you all a question: “Have you ever took a look around you?”
    Genetically Modified Foods are controlled by farming companies and pharmaceutical companies, which are controlled by the government which is a puppet of Illuminati and freemasons. Not all freemasons worship the devil that represents evil. Only the highest degree higher than 33rd. Evil finds their strategies to manipulate their mind such as mind control and mind manipulating in other people’s minds. Have you ever noticed that all of this confusion is set up by UNO. UNO stands for United Nations Organization. They control the wars, the freemasons, and religion plus Agenda 21. There is sustainability and excuses for creating more technology. Most people are blinded by the process of media. Most federal holidays that claim to be Christian are actually pagan holidays such as Christmas, Halloween and Easter Sunday. Christians adopted other people’s holidays and except it and then say, ” Illuminati is anti-christ.” The Illuminati is real and infected everywhere…even in the New Age Movement. People seem to be ignorant and refuse to believe. The most ignorant thing a person said to me was that fact and opinion are affiliated with each other. And college students and even adults are to close-eyed to see that facts are PROVEN. That is the world’s motto. To keep people think about beliefs instead of the TRUTH. I go up to people and tell the real truth about Thanksgiving and my school silenced me because I was so-called forcing it down people’s throats. My own school has teachers who actually know what i’m doing. Nobody even knows about so-called Residential Homes for people who lost their homes during superstorm sandy. Hasn’t anyone ever heard about what is really causing the storms to happen? Controlled Weather by how Sustainability and never exposing the facts of animal slaughter the main cause of climate change. They were just covering up that fact but no you don’t hear about the whole world eating natural vegan food and eating protein subsitutions by healthy efficient legumes and vegetables. Even soy-free,gluten free or all-natural mock meats. Instead you hear about people transitioning to hybrid cars and using water, wind or even use solar power. Using electric ovens and microwaves to be green but using products called RAYTHEON. Raytheon is a company that invented bombs, weapons, the first microwave that was used during World War 2. The dangers remain in the microwave. RESEARCH it!!! PEOPLE………
    WAKE UP! WAKE UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    WAKE UP!

    • Hey Samantha, that’s awesome that you’re thinking for yourself. Not many do. You’re at an age where your engines are full of fuel and you can blast down any data-path and study anything you want to. Your reality-filters are still flexible enough to bend in all kinds of directions. You’re also at an age where you’re surrounded by authority figures who genuinely believe that it’s their God-given duty (or state-given duty) to mold your mind and force you to think in certain ways. You’ll have to ignore most of them, if not all of them, as you follow your own path.

      However, let me give you a little warning. I’m about to turn 35 and I’ve been studying these sorts of things for a little over five years now, and I’ve been thinking for myself (more or less) for about thirty years. That doesn’t mean I’m a huge authority on fringe theories, but it does mean that I’ve had a few insights about this path that I can pass on. It won’t cost you a thing but that probably also means my insights have very little value, so take it for what it’s worth!

      For one thing, get over the impulse to make others “wake up”. You have to understand that most people simply are not equipped to think on their own. Doing so is scary to them. Their opinions, which they genuinely believe, all come from various establishment sources. This might seem really sad, but then again maybe it’s not. Maybe the world’s not designed to contain seven billion independent humans… or maybe we just live in a world populated by genetically-engineered slaves. I don’t know. But whatever the case, it will, and I repeat IT WILL, be very very very emotionally unhealthy for you to think it’s up to you to save these people. It’s not your duty to save them, and you wouldn’t even be able to do it if you tried. People can only see what they are ready to see. How anyone gets to the point where they can finally think, “The world is different from what I imagined, and it’s up to me to find out how things work” is a complete and total mystery. That moment of awakening cannot be forced or given to anyone. It’s outside of our control.

      Of course, I realize that can be incredibly frustrating! I know what it’s like to study these things and just be blown away by the fact that governments and corporations are run by completely inhuman psychopaths, and the people who truly run the world have some kind of secret religion with its own set of symbols, rituals, and moral code. You learn about these things and see that this stuff isn’t even hidden, and you think, “Holy shit, I have to tell someone!” And then you do and that person is just like, “Congratulations, you sound crazy” and you say, “No I’m not, take a look at this, here’s proof,” and they’ll say, “But we already know for a fact that that stuff isn’t true, therefore you must be crazy, and have you seen the latest episode of blah blah?” This will happen over and over again and eventually you’ll find out that not only have you not fomented a rebellion against our psychopathic masters, but you have in fact emotionally isolated yourself from your brothers and sisters. I know it’s torture, because the rest of humanity will be dancing and drinking and watching “reality” television and even though you’re holding the keys of knowledge… you won’t be able to do a damn thing to save them.

      Anyway, maybe I’m rambling now. But just remember that in all likelihood we have many, many lifetimes in which to perfect ourselves, and many worlds in which to receive our training, and there are probably more master-slave worlds than there are worlds inhabited by free and powerful individuals. There is no rush. There is no clock counting down. Even as you study the outside world, remember what you’re really studying is yourself – the ultimate subject matter, God in Its current incarnation, which is you.

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