Wednesday, May 28, 2014

The Coming One World Government

In 1940 the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace published “The New World Order” which included ideas about a World Federation with special plans for world order to be implemented upon ending the second world war. On June 28, 1945, six weeks before the atomic ending of WWII, 33rd president and 33rd degree Free Mason Harry Truman endorsed world government saying, “It will be just as easy for nations to get along in a republic of the World as it is for us to get along in a republic of the United States.” Then on October 24, 1945 the United Nations Charter became effective and the fledgling world governmental body was established.

“Once again the elite claimed that only global governance could save humanity from certain destruction and this time the elite would succeed in setting up their world body. In April 1945 … the United Nations was founded by the victors of World War II. The United Nations complex was then built in New York City on land donated by John D. Rockefeller. Shortly after the elite established the United Nations as their base in the United States, the newly formed World Council quickly began work on the next phase in their plan: the incremental formation of continental super-states. The first step in their trilateral plan was the creation of the European Union. Unifying Europe had been tried many times and was extremely unpopular. Where Napoleon and Hitler had failed to accomplish their goals using force, the globalists would succeed using stealth.” -Alex Jones, “Endgame” DVD

“World War II facilitated the American acceptance of a global ‘peacekeeping" institution - the United Nations. After the U.S. had rejected the first attempt to create such an institution in the League of Nations, the Illuminati decided to create an arm of the Rothschild funded Round Table groups which could help influence western society towards the embracement of globalism.” -Fritz Springmeier, “Bloodlines of the Illuminati”

In 1948 George Orwell wrote 1984, another quasi-fiction novel about the big brother control-grid surveillance societies to come. Orwell said, “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face forever.” On February 7th, 1950 FDR’s financial advisor, international banker James Paul Warburg stated before the United States Senate Foreign Relations Committee that "We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent.” Two days later the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee introduced Senate Concurrent Resolution 66 stating that the United Nations Charter “should be changed to provide a true world government constitution.” In 1952, globalist and Committee of 300 member Bertrand Russell wrote “The Impact of Science on Society.” Russell, like Wells, wrote extensively about world government and the scientific dictatorships of the future:

“There is, it must be confessed, a psychological difficulty about a single world government. The chief source of social cohesion in the past, I repeat, has been war: the passions that inspire a feeling of unity are hate and fear. These depend upon the existence of an enemy, actual or potential. It seems to me that a world government could only be kept in being by force, not by the spontaneous loyalty that now inspires a nation at war.” -Bertrand Russell, “The Impact of Science on Society” (36)

“It is possible nowadays for a government to be very much more oppressive than any government could be before there was scientific technique. Propaganda makes persuasion easier for the government; public ownership of halls and paper makes counter-propaganda more difficult; and the effectiveness of modern armaments makes popular risings impossible. No revolution can succeed in a modern country unless it has the support of at least a considerable section of the armed forces. But the armed forces can be kept loyal by being given a higher standard of life than that of the average worker, and this is made easier by every step in the degradation of ordinary labour. Thus the very evils of the system help to give it stability. Apart from external pressure, there is no reason why such a regime should not last for a very long time." -Bertrand Russell, “The Impact of Science on Society” (61)
"A scientific world society cannot be stable unless there is a world government ... unless there is a world government which secures universal birth control, there must from time to time be great wars, in which the penalty of defeat is widespread death by starvation ... Unless, at some stage, one power or group of powers emerges victorious and proceeds to establish a single government of the world with a monopoly of armed forces, it is clear that the level of civilization must decline until scientific warfare becomes impossible - that is until science is extinct." -Bertrand Russell, “The Impact of Science on Society” (117)

Shortly after Russell’s book, fellow Committee of 300 member Aldous Huxley wrote “Brave New World” about a future pharmacological scientific dictatorship in which the drugged citizens are described as “smiling depressives that love their servitude.” Aldous Huxley’s grandfather T.H. Huxley was another Committee of 300 member known as “Darwin’s Bulldog” because he rigorously defended evolution and advocated scientism. H.G. Wells knew both Huxley’s and considered T.H. to be his mentor. In 1959, Aldous Huxley gave one of his last public speeches called “The Final Revolution” at UC medical school, where he stated: “There will be in the next generation or so a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude and producing dictatorships without tears, so to speak. Producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel – by propaganda, brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods; and this seems to be the final revolution.”

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Psychedelic Entheogens and Altered States of Consciousness

For millennia going back through the Greek, Egyptian and Vedic civilizations, the Aboriginals, the Mayan, the American Indians and various tribal societies, back to the most ancient cave and rock art worldwide we see proof that our ancestors had an intimate and extensive knowledge of both altered states of consciousness and the indigenous entheogenic plants which help induce them.  Ayahuasca, Ibogaine, Peyote, Magic Mushrooms and many other so-called “psychedelics” have long-standing histories, traditions and entire religions based around these sacraments. Nowadays due to intrusive and oppressive governments and their unlawful legal systems, the possession and use of most such entheogens has been outlawed.  And along with these plants, the altered states of consciousness achieved by their ingestion have also become outlawed. 

In ancient societies and tribal cultures around the world their entheogenic sacraments have been referred to with names such as the “plant of souls,” “the vine of death,” or “the seeds of re-birth.”  They have often been symbolized by the phoenix rising from its own ashes or the coiled serpent eating its own tail.  This is because a strong dose of certain entheogens essentially puts you through the entire death and rebirth experience.  Your soul slowly separates from your physical body, detaches from this physical reality and gets a glimpse at the higher frequencies of the alterlife realm.

In the Central African countries of Gabon, Cameroon and Zaire certain age-old ancestor cults still flourish in the twenty-first century.  Their members share a common belief, based they say on direct experience, in the existence of a supernatural realm where the spirits of the dead may be contacted.  Like some hypothetical dimension of quantum physics, this otherworld interpenetrates our own and yet cannot ordinarily be seen or verified by empirical tests.  It is therefore a matter of great interest, with highly suggestive implications, that tribal shamans claim to have mastered a means, through the consumption of a poisonous shrub known locally as eboka or iboga, by which humans may reach the otherworld and return alive.”  -Graham Hancock, “Supernatural” (5)

That these inner regions have been well traveled by shamanic peoples is evidenced by an experience anthropologist Michael Harner had among the Conibo Indians of the Peruvian Amazon.  In 1960 the American Museum of Natural History sent Harner on a year-long expedition to study the Conibo, and while there he asked the Amazonian natives to tell him about their religious beliefs.  They told him that if he really wished to learn, he had to take a shamanic sacred drink made from a hallucinogenic plant known as ayahuasca, the ‘soul vine.’  He agreed and after drinking the bitter concoction had an out-of-body experience in which he traveled to a level of reality populated by what appeared to be the gods and devils of the Conibo’s mythology.  He saw demons with grinning crocodilian heads.  He watched as an ‘energy-essence’ rose up out of his chest and floated toward a dragon-headed ship manned by Egyptian-style figures with blue-jay heads; and he felt what he thought was the slow, advancing numbness of his own death … Is it possible that what we have been viewing as quaint folklore and charming but naïve mythology are actually sophisticated accounts of the cartography of the subtler levels of reality?  Kalweit for one believes the answer is an emphatic yes.  ‘In light of the revolutionary findings of recent research into the nature of dying and death, we can no longer look upon tribal religions and their ideas about the World of the Dead as limited conceptions,’ he says.  ‘[Rather] the shaman should be considered as a most up-to-date and knowledgeable psychologist.”  -Michael Talbot, “The Holographic Universe” (267-8)

Whether through entheogens, dreams, meditation, chanting, fasting, rhythmic dancing or drumming, sensory overload or deprivation, the pre-requisite for accessing the nether-realms of the implicate order, the key to so-called “paranormal” or “supernatural” abilities, always lies in altered states of consciousness.  By using various methods to shift awareness from the typical five-sense physical realm, our minds are able to access these higher frequencies and facets of consciousness well-known to our shamanic ancestors.

Various techniques are used by a culture to expand the consciousness of an initiate by reducing or eliminating the psychological defenses that separate the world of the supernatural from the world of everyday reality. Such techniques include sleep deprivation, fasting, body mutilation, sonic and photic driving, social isolation, hyperactivity, group pressure, suggestion, and, in some cases, psychedelic substances.”  -Stanislav Grof and Joan Halifax, “Human Encounter with Death” (192)

Czech medical doctor and psychiatrist, VISION 97 award winner, and founder of transpersonal psychology, Stanislav Grof has been working for the better part of five decades to improve the world’s understanding of psychedelics.  In his research Dr. Grof distinguishes between two pillar states of consciousness he refers to as hylotropic and holotropic.  The normal, everyday experience of consensus reality is hylotropic whereas interpersonal states reflecting the wholeness and totality of existence are holotropic.  In Vedic terms, Dr. Grof relates hylotropic consciousness to “namarupa” (name and form), the separate, individual, and ultimately illusory ego self, while holotropic consciousness relates to Atman-Brahman, the soul essence and divine true nature of the self.

All the cultures in human history except the Western industrial civilization have held holotropic states of consciousness in great esteem. They induced them whenever they wanted to connect to their deities, other dimensions of reality, and with the forces of nature. They also used them for diagnosing and healing, cultivation of extrasensory perception, and artistic inspiration. They spent much time and energy to develop safe and effective ways of inducing themIn one of my early books I suggested that the potential significance of LSD and other psychedelics for psychiatry and psychology was comparable to the value the microscope has for biology or the telescope has for astronomy. My later experience with psychedelics only confirmed this initial impression. These substances function as unspecific amplifiers that increase the cathexis (energetic charge) associated with the deep unconscious contents of the psyche and make them available for conscious processing. This unique property of psychedelics makes it possible to study psychological undercurrents that govern our experiences and behaviours to a depth that cannot be matched by any other method and tool available in modern mainstream psychiatry and psychology. In addition, it offers unique opportunities for healing of emotional and psychosomatic disorders, for positive personality transformation, and consciousness evolution.”  -Stanislav Grof

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Asbestos Head

Asbestos Head, back from the dead, has written a book and filled it full of facts and philosophy, presented as poetry with long lines and internal rhyme, and assonance and alliteration and repetition; an unyielding stream of phonemes filtered through metaphor and poured over jagged stones of denotation, until like silt or simile or complex hendiadys gathers into connotative pools of meaning, leaving the reader unable to speed-read or think-straight because their head’s silent voice would rather just sit back and practice linguistic gymnastics until the end of the sentence. Join Asbestos and the other 12 Heads in their spiritual and philosophical journey through life and death. Meet Pin Head the hyper-active, hyper-critical, hypocrite, Figure Head the mystic mathematician, Pot Head the shamanistic high school teacher, Dead Head the politically-active radical environmentalist, and a host of other unique personalities in this humorous and thought-provoking philosophical fiction novella.  Download now FREE in PDF or EPub format or help support and buy hard copies for $15

Saturday, May 10, 2014

From Old World Order to New World Order

"The old world order changed when this war-storm broke. The old international order passed away as suddenly, as unexpectedly, and as completely as if it had been wiped out by a gigantic flood, by a great tempest, or by a volcanic eruption. The old world order died with the setting of that day's sun and a new world order is being born while I speak, with birth-pangs so terrible that it seems almost incredible that life could come out of such fearful suffering and such overwhelming sorrow." -Nicholas Murray Butler, in an address delivered before the Union League of Philadelphia, Nov. 27, 1915

After WWI, the Treaty of Versailles created the League of Nations which was exoterically promoted as a vehicle for world peace, but esoterically the globalists’ first attempt at world governance. The League of Nations failed in both uniting world governments and promoting world peace. The Treaty of Versailles also failed and was denounced for imposing impossible reparations payments on the German people - payments which created the economic hardships that led to the rise of National Socialism and Hitler. At the time, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson said regarding the Treaty: “If I were a German, I think I should never sign it.”

“We have written a document that guarantees war in 20 years … When you place conditions on a people [Germany] that it cannot possibly keep, you force it to either breech the agreement or to war. Either we modify that agreement, and make it tolerable to the German people, or when the new generation comes along they will try again.” -British Prime Minister David Lloyd George

“At the end of the war in 1919, the Treaty of Versailles meetings were attended by Rothschild connected men like Paul and Max Warburg, John Foster Dulles (of Kuhn-Loeb), Colonel House, Thomas Lamont (of Morgans) and Allen Dulles (of Kuhn-Loeb). The harsh terms of the Treaty of Versailles totally set the stage for World War II. Said one delegate: ‘This is no peace; this is only a truce for twenty years.’ Sure enough, in 1939 the Second World War started. Another product of the Versailles meetings was the elite’s Charter for the League of Nations - the Illuminati’s first attempt at creating a global institution. The League of Nations failed. This called for the need to create a think tank/special Interest organization that could promote the new world order. Thus the creation of the Foreign Relations Institutions - the CFR., RIIA, etc.” -Fritz Springmeier, Bloodlines of the Illuminati

Around the same time as the Treaty of Versailles, higher-ups in the conspiratorial pyramid met in secret at the Hotel Majestic in Paris. Out of these meetings was created the American Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and the British Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA), with funding from Cecil Rhodes, the Rockefellers and Rothschilds among others. The stated mission of the CFR is to erode America’s national sovereignty into a One-World government. This will be explained in detail later.

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Governments Do Not Exist

It is important to note: Governments, just like Countries, Borders, Laws and other abstract concepts, do not actually exist.  It sure seems like governments exist since they have the power to murder, steal from, or imprison their populations for whatever whims tickle their fancy.  But in actual fact, they do not exist.  Only people exist.  People in fitted uniforms exist;  Police, soldiers, politicians, prison guards, public school teachers and welfare recipients exist.  The people who work for and benefit from the system, are the system.  Without people willing to murder, steal from, or imprison their fellow brothers and sisters in the name of government, there is no government.  What government would we have if no one showed up on election day?  Who would shake us down if no one paid up on tax day?  Who would brainwash our children if no one sent them to public schools?  Who would fight foreign wars if no one would be a soldier?

If people stopped working for the government, the government would cease to exist.  If people stopped voting, if people stopped paying taxes, the government would cease to exist.  Police, soldiers, politicians, all other government workers and welfare recipients, are the beneficiaries of our stolen money.  They are all upstanding parasite citizens employed by a parasite system to parasite off everyone else.  They are all anti-entrepreneurs actively working against the free-market.  They are people who, through their actions, agree with, enable and enforce violence and coercion against their fellow man.  They grant themselves the legal right to counterfeit their own currency and imprison anyone else who tries.  Their paychecks come from the taxes we are all forced to pay them.  Their means of subsistence is counterfeit and theft.  And these thieves have the power to put us in prison if we don't willingly hand over our hard-earned money, whenever, and however much they ask for.  Govern-Mental literally translates to Mind-Control - it's time people realize they have been brainwashed by their Mafia Governments, stand up and say to all government employees a big "No Thanks For Your Service!"