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Have you stumbled across any extraterrestrial reptilian white-majick warlocks yet? Grey Dracos, perhaps?
Some people thrive on conspiracy theories, while other people reject the idea that conspiracies can explain historical events. The very nature of conspiracies when they do exist usually makes it difficult to provide solid documentation for historians.
The very nature of conspiracy theories is such that historically the widespread belief in conspiracies has destabilized societies in ways that can be very well documented.
For instance, the German High Command promulgated false documents, “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion”, purporting to be a Jewish conspiracy and utilized the documents to create paranoia in Czarist Russia and other countries. Hitler’s beliefs in a Zionist conspiracy helped to bring about the subversion of Germany’s Weimar Republic and in many quarters of Europe and the Middle East, the Protocols are still accepted at face-value as historical fact.
Another popular conspiracy theory has to do with the Illuminati. The fact that the group existed as a secret society in Germany is well documented. Adam Weishaupt, a professor of canon law (Catholic Church law), infiltrated various Masonic lodges across Continental Europe with cell groups that operated much like modern counter-intelligence networks.
Ingolstadt University, a Jesuit institution, provided a base of operations and the network recruited by appealing to a variety of beliefs, including Theosophy, Rosicrucianism, necromancy, social reform and various occultist practices that were attracting freethinkers in Europe. George Washington and Benjamin Franklin were familiar with the Illuminati and its methods. Additonally, Frederick the Great, an accomplished Freemason and master of intelligence and counter-intelligence, was quite adept at using the networks of secret societies that infested Europe in the 1700s as strategic tools to further Prussian geo-political interests.
The relevance of the Illuminati to modern political discourse owes to the allegation that the followers of Professor Weishaupt subsequently went into the publishing business, thus, promoting socialism and revolution in France and other countries. The story continues that the various factions of radicalism and occultist secret societies were ready to be knit together by an ideology that would transcend all the various threads of occult speculation, utopianism, anarchism and social reform.
In 1848, Karl Marx made his announcement that the “spectre of International Socialism” was already haunting Europe and striking fear into the hearts of Europe’s kings and aristocracy. “Das Kapital” itself is a hugely successful conspiracy theory.
Engels financed Marx’s research- research that provided an overarching rationale for forging an instrument of worldwide terror out of the assortment of strange and conflicting beliefs that constituted the earlier Internationales.
But there is a modern New Age twist that seems to position the 200 year old Illuminati boogeyman to appear as a social phenomenon that is just beginning to be recognized at this time. Please do not just turn me off because you are sick of hearing about conspiracies of the left and the right. The emerging New Age doctrine makes the Illuminati 10,000 years old. To make things stranger, the teaching purports to have a basis in the Biblical account of Genesis before the flood:
“Now it came about, when men began to multiply on the face of the land, and daughters were born to them, that the sons of God saw that the daughters of men were beautiful; and they took wives for themselves, whomever they chose. Then the LORD said, “My Spirit shall not strive with man forever, because he also is flesh; nevertheless his days shall be one hundred and twenty years.” The Nephilim were on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of men, and they bore children to them. Those were the mighty men who were of old, men of renown.”
Genesis 6: 1-4
According to the New Age interpretation of the Bible, however, the Illuminati were extra-terrestrial Nephilim that eventually inhabited ancient Babylon- and the creatures are still interbreeding, thus producing offspring- including the family of President Bush! They are allegedly manipulating politics and preparing our world for a new Babylonian tyranny, operated on an intergalactic scale and with headquarters in underground fortresses beneath major American cities. If you think this is far-fetched, just start surfing the internet- it gets more far-fetched!
David Icke, a self-professed New Age warlock and former BBC journalist, has pictures of the “reptilians” and will explain that George Bush and his co-conspirators engineered the destruction of the WTC and other terrorist attacks in order to create an Illuminati signature announcing the reptilian New World Order.
Just as in the series X-Files, there are apparently good reptilians and bad ones, with some extra-terrestrials exhorting humanity to eschew weapons of mass destruction and to learn to get along, while others are ready to turn earth into a giant slave farm in order to feed the master reptile race during its travels across space.
Some so-called Luciferians go one step further and posit that the reptilians are a sinister race of manipulators that fostered organized religion and ancient Judaism for the purpose of mind control and conformity. Thus, the God of Christianity and Judaism (and presumably Islam) is nothing more than a myth to deprive humans of our individuality. Such deceptions often contain an Anti-Semitic tendency that is also hostile to orthodox Christianity!
Fabian Socialism attracted some of the most notable social thinkers of England in the early 1900s, and conducted much of the early research pertaining to Progressive economics, trade unionism, feminism and social reformation. Eventually H. G. Wells and George Bernard Shaw, Sydney Webb and other influential intellectuals were drawn into the movement.
The social framework these individuals envisioned shaped England and the rest of the modern world. It is surprising to discover that the whole intellectual edifice of Fabianism intially developed as a result of working people gathering together for spiritualist seances in a house that was supposedly haunted. They eventually began receiving messages about economics and other matters that attracted the cadre of celebrated thinkers that transformed much of England and the rest of the world.
John Maynard Keynes, known a proponent of free markets and capitalism and apparently not one of the recognized Fabians, realized that centralizing banking functions and manipulating the value of national currencies would accelerate economic growth- at least for the shorter term.
As the Western world embraced Keynesian economics, governmental power grew and the private sector became more dependent on government programs. Modern statism is an ideology flying under many colors. Nevertheless, various forms of socialism provide the underpinnings for most modern states.
The reason that there is so little discussion of these matters today is because the Fabian program (gradually transforming society by instituting small changes in the laws of a nation and moving towards global government in increments) has become so familiar that we just shrug our shoulders and pass it off as more liberal-progressivism.
Fabian was a Roman general that used tactical deception in order to keep his enemies unaware that they were being enveloped.
Incidentally, during the Twenties & Thirties, many so-called progressives were as enthusiastic about Hitler and Mussolini’s experiments with socialism as they were about the International brand of socialism pioneered by Marx & Engels and that seemed to represent a promising future for Soviet Russia. See Liberal Fascism, by Jonah Goldberg. Isn’t it possible that New Age enthusiasts are quietly influencing U.S. politics in a similar manner today?
America has now become riddled with schemes presented as economic stimuli and “progressive” changes in the laws; i.e., just a small change here and a small change there. Keyesian economics- expanding the money supply to increase the government’s share of financial resources and deplete the value of money- has now created massive deficits that were unimaginable for Americans one year ago.
Madame Blavatsky was a Russian aristocrat living in Paris in the 1800s and her Theosphical Society was an eclectic combination of Hinduism wrapped around an arguably potent political agenda; i.e., “hidden masters” were moving through human society and inculcating the planet with higher wisdom by means of clairvoyant and direct communication via selected individuals. Theosophists still claim that these “Masters” are in touch with Devas, angelic extra-terrestrials that guide human institutions and culture by telepathy and other hidden influences.
Southern California and parts of Arizona (the whole Left-coast) have long been riddled with such cults that look to extra-errestrial “hidden masters” for inspiration and guidance.
Aldous Huxley, another intellectual from a family of England’s most notable intellectuals, used his novels as platforms to propagate “brave new worlds” where children would be cared for by the tribe rather than by nuclear families and legal systems would meld into a unified primitivism where government could be much less defined (and supposedly more nurturing and organic) because populations would be pacified (enlightened) by drug induced euphoria and Eastern mystical experiences.
In the Fifties and Sixties, Huxley and the CIA were experimenting with LSD. Aldous’ uncle, Julian Huxley, was busy promulgating a social agenda that sounded vaguely like the utopian, mushroom-eating societies favored by his nephew, Aldous. Julian’s counter-intelligence propaganda apparatus was headquartered at UNESCO, where he was head of the UN religious mission. In “Religion Without Revelation”, Julian Huxley identified the sense of the numinous (feelings of awe and religiosity) and announced that a universal world religion needed to incorporate such profound feelings by making numinosity available to everyone without the need to look to higher authority; i.e., Biblical revelation.
So what is the point?- you may well be asking. Is there something subversive about trying to conjure up religion that has roots in the Vedic system that is thousands of years old? Why shouldn’t people go to Sedona and experience shamanism while drawing power from ancient vortexes or pay thousands of dollars for spiritual and financial advice from Ramtha, an ancient warrior-demon channeled by a former housewife in Yelm, Washington? After all, she advises thousands of people, including Hollywood types, that pay thousands of dollars for seminars on relationships, finance, careers and economics.
Witchcraft (which has always been connected with the use of pharmaceuticals) and New Age religion have their roots in the same soil. The drugs, rebellion and lawlessness of the Sixties are the fruit of a secular-humanist agenda that was blue-printed by Julian Huxley under the auspices of the United Nations.
Aldous Huxley, along with Timothy Leary and other products of CIA research programs, were the Pied Pipers that lead a whole generation into a quagmire of left-wing paranoia and New Age confusion (see the book “Acid Dreams” for a psychedelicized history of how the U.S. conducted covert operations that fomented much of the craziness of the Sixties). Many people refuse to treat such issues seriously because, quite frankly, it sounds loony to discuss allegations of reptilian inter-breeding and secret societies that have their roots in Eighteenth Century Europe.
David Icke is, nevertheless, a man with a substantial following (Google reptilians if you think I am exaggerating) and arguably poses a threat to our nation’s national security if enough people believe his audacious fables. And his New Age followers have money.
Are such conspiracy theories a threat to society? The only threat I see at this point is that Icke (or others that follow his worldview- of which there are many) may bring scorn to the followers of Christ by making it seem as if these New Age theories are actually Christian teaching; i.e., creating the appearance that Christians are fostering views that are hostile to virtually every legitimate social and religious institution (this is one of the tecniques that counter-intelligence agents use to subvert the opposition). Some of the organizations that are alleged to be Illuminati agencies include, but are not limited to, the U.S. government (especially the CIA, of course), Billy Graham’s organization and the Catholic, Baptist and Mormon Churches- all Illuminati operations, according to Icke).
In the Book of Romans, the Apostle Paul instructs Christians to be good citizens and to honor governmental power and authority.
Although we have not received any information that indicates that a significant number of New Age adherents are preparing to use armed force, there is a subtle anti-Semitic influence to Icke’s theology that deserves close inspection. The fact that he worked for the BBC may explain his tendency to vilify Israel and the Jews- but he may be a professional provocateur.
The name Lyndon LaRouche somehow came to mind when I started researching these matters. Nevertheless, I have tried to find a link and have not been able to find a connection between the Icke operation and that of LaRouche.
LaRouche is most active in the Midwest and promotes a wide variety of bizarre conspiracy theories by means of a variety of fronts. The LaRouche organization makes credible claims to have at one time established substantial inroads into high levels of the Reagan Administration to the extent of sharing intelligence with the U.S. government. There is no doubt that LaRouche (and probably Icke) have extensive intelligence networks and extremely well-informed followers (albeit deluded). The LaRouche ideology is difficult to nail down but dangerous and laden with religious overtones, nevertheless. He started out as a professor at Columbia and was also affiliated with the radical SDS there (remember those lovable Weatherman “students” that blew up buildings while on their way to becoming law professors and public relations mavins, ala Bernadette Dohrn and Bill Ayers)?
Anyone that has read “The DaVinci Code” (yes, I know it is fiction), has already been introduced to the teachings of several secret societies that go by various names and coverings.
The following link is an example of a website that seems to be rooted in occult practices and beliefs similar to those referenced herein:
The “Merovingian Bloodline” is an esoteric doctrine and network of secret societies that have a pedigree purporting to relate back to a time before Charlemagne, during the time when King Dagobert II and his descendants were attempting to perpetuate the succession of the royal bloodline to the Frankish throne by claiming a genetic connection to Christ via Mary Magdalene.
Much of the supposed factual basis for these claims comes from material constituting various branches of Satanism, UFO “studies” and New Age religious teaching. There may still be powerful political and ancient family interests in Europe that are preparing to lay the groundwork for similar claims in order to reinforce and augment the claims of some future European strongman.
It seems unlikely that a European Union leader would directly make a claim to be descended from Christ. Insinuating a connection to an extra-terrestrial race is not that different than the European monarchies’ historical tradition of claiming quasi-divine status. Whatever developments may occur in Continental Europe,“The DaVinci Code” (and the “The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail”, retitled “Holy Blood, Holy Grail” in the United States) have already created a predisposition in the popular imagination toward deception that neatly dovetails with the growing legions of UFO believers promulgating their own conspiracy theories; i.e., theories about the U.S. Government’s alleged cover-up of extra-terrestrial activities.
“Holy Blood, Holy Grail” is a based on a pseudo-historical hoax. Written by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln, the supposed facts actually mine a wide vein of deceptions pertaining to the “Priory of Sion” in France that have allegedly been part and parcel of the European darkside for centuries. The exact origin of many of these fables is hard to determine because of the long time prevalence of secret societies in Europe that promulgate all kinds of disinformation!
All this sounds like the X-Files. But, as usual, I am hoping to get feedback so that I can better understand whether David Icke is a master conspirator in his own right or just a kook that is getting famous and probably generating big bucks from his own private money vortex. I predict that we will hear more and more of such matters as time goes on. There are already talk shows that discuss the reptilians and countless websites, too. If nothing else, be aware that New Age religion has a potent political aspect to it that has not even been recognized by the mass media. We could conclude that reptilian internet farms promise to be one of Planet Earth’s major growth industries!
Many New Age followers believe that a Messianic Avatar will soon make his/her appearance to initiate the Age of Aquarius and set up a government along the same Utopian principles articulated in Aldous Huxley’s novels. This Messianic-figure, sometimes referred to as “Matreiya” is already being promoted under the auspices of a UN-sponsored world religion that is a syntheisis of world religious traditions emphasising humanity and human values at the expense of traditional orthodoxy.
Many traditional churches are now presenting the Gospel in a manner that avoids the “divisive” aspects of orthodoxy (Orthodoxy is non-inclusive because of orthodoxy’s claim that Christ is the exclusive path to God)). Such mainline churches present Christ as a unifier even though the Lord himself taught that the Gospel would divide families and result in conflict.
The emphasis of such teaching is on feelings and occasionally supernatural manifestations of the “spiritual” that may lead to Spiritualist practices in our churches.
It is fair to conclude that the unwritten subscript of the coming 2008 election is really about whether we will continue to be governed by traditional concepts of rights and duties, checks and balances and the original meaning of the U.S. Constitution- or a New World Order managed by the coming Messianic leader that will perform miracles and legitimize unprecedented authority over the governments of the world by claiming ties to divine power or authority originating from a humanistic supernatural vision of human destiny.
Once you understand the underlying spiritual issues, all the weirdness starts to make sense. And if it all seems harmless, remember that the Third Reich was ushered in during just such a time as this. A Spiritualist in England named Chamberlin was receiving messages by means of trances and automatic writing that articulated a new human race to be created by eugenics (genetic engineering).
The U.S. had Margaret Sanger (a secularist, not a Spiritualist) but an influential thinker who successfully advocated forced sterilization for poor blacks and other groups of “defectives“); Sanger was a forerunner to the racial theorists of the Third Reich- in fact, the Nazis quoted Sanger profusely.
Planned Parenthood has its roots in Sanger’s theories and that is why even crushing the head of a baby during birth (partial-birth abortion) is a procedure for which Pro-Death activists will fight vigorously.
Hitler himself was looked on as a New Age Avatar by Germany’s numerous followers of esoteric doctrines. The goal was to turn Germany and all of Europe back to the primitive values of paganism and nature-worship. See the book “Morning of the Magicians", a source book for occultist conspiracy theories that has some historical value even though written by occultists. According to the authors, Hitler’s fascination with the occult was like a glue that held the whole deception of Nazi Germany together.
We should shun anything that has to do with such deceptions and be very careful about subscribing to conspiracy theories. Nevertheless, the Scripture instructs us to expose the works of darkness and to be vigilant because the devil is constantly seeking to deceive the very elect.
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