“The Great Fool is a definite doctrine. Salvation, whatever salvation
may mean, is not to be obtained on any reasonable terms. Reason is an
impasse, reason is damnation; only madness, divine madness, offers an
issue. Nearly all primitive people possess this tradition, at least in a
They respect the wandering lunatic, for it may be that he is the messenger of the Most High. “This queer stranger? Let us entreat him kindly. It may be that we entertain an angel unawares” ~Book of Thoth
Illustration by S.V. Merenkov, “The Philosopher’s Stone”, 2016
A healthy education includes courses in Logic, which has been removed from today’s consensus-based classrooms that teach pupils what to think. Here is a book by Lewis Carroll, from 1896, that teaches the reader how to think. Besides providing a base for everyday logic – allowing one to see through the manipulative language of media, for example – this information opens a whole another dimension when navigating through Carroll’s more popular titles such as ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’.
Audio recordings of Aldous Huxley for Tavistock Group at the California Medical School, 1961. Huxley guides us through the history and future a new world order. He covers hypnosis, psychedelic drugs, mind control and the application of terror to control the masses. The presentation is candid, entertaining and enlightening.
This audio provides a shocking look at the results of the Fabian Society and the Cecil Rhodes Round Table efforts to resurrect the British empire, control of the United States, and dominate the planet. This is similar to the work of H. G. Wells, also a Fabian Society / Round Table insider, and his works of futurism which entail the enslavement of society. His works also were not entertainment or merely theoretical, as he points out in his book “The New World Order.” Wells more or less defected and tried to warn the world. But his books meant to warn the ordinary person were mostly destroyed, and unavailable until recently
“There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship 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 or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. And this seems to be the final revolution.”
Aldous Huxley, Tavistock Group, California Medical School, 1961
“In order to realize the extent of absurdity in human behavior, try looking at your daily ‘reality’ from an ant farm perspective.”
Did you have an ant farm as a child? Remember observing the activity through the walls of glass? Did you ever imagine yourself being one of those ants?
On many levels, human societies resemble ant colonies; both species develop hierarchical communities with weatherproof shelters, food banks and a defense team. Both have sophisticated engineering techniques and communication skills. The parallels are fascinating – some ants even establish farming operations with aphids as livestock, tending and milking their little herds as sustenance for the colony.
Ants & Aphids
In order to realize the extent of absurdity in human behavior, try looking at your daily ‘reality’ from an ant farm perspective. Become a social scientist. Float above your situation and peer into it with a magnifying glass. Disengage yourself from any emotional connection to the activities in the human farm. The longer you practice this technique, the more obvious your conditioning becomes. You will acquire skills for living on an objective level – where personal defenses become unnecessary as the reasons for them are revealed. This level of awareness releases you from the bondage of habits, defenses and conformity.
Progress is indicated when you begin to seriously question what you believe, how you live and why you partake in various behaviors. When you can see through to the underlying messages around you, the human farm takes on a whole new appearance.
“Disconnecting from the collective consciousness is an essential step to freedom.”
“Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, one by one.”
Charles Mackay, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds
We, as a nationalist perspective, is a product of indoctrination. We, as individuals, are not responsible for unsupported atrocities committed by others. We, as a group, is easier to control than the individual. We, is a boundary without boundaries. We, is mental contamination.
Disconnecting from the collective consciousness is an essential step to freedom. This philosophy does not support globalization over nationalism, it is a call for individuals to realize the incredible power of even the very smallest words in our vocabulary.
In order to find true freedom, one must rise above the crowd.