I snapped and responded…

I finally snapped and responded to someone on social media who espoused a notion that all Pagan’s must care for the Earth.  My thoughts on the topic are clear — caring for the Earth is only possible if we face the hard truth and its consequences for humanity.  Such also places an unnecessary level of emphasis upon the manifest existence upon Earth, one only necessary where the binds to the manifestation of wealth etc. are strong and one is not free from the ties of the manifest human form.  Here is the response I posted:

Let’s take a look at how we should protect the Earth. The Earth goes through natural cycles as evident from the fossil record, with mass extinctions occurring relatively regularly. Only last year did scientists announce the effective commencement of the sixth mass extinction event — with humans identified as the major cause (no asteroid this time!). Charles Darwin had a major insight into life on the planet: “it is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change”. We may take from this notion that those species able to adapt to their climate changes are the evolutionary pre-disposed adaptors, thus they historically survive where other species face extinction. We may then surmise that the threatened extinction of many species is as a result of their inability to adapt; why campaign to save a Panda which has limited its own environment and food sources and failed to adapt? Such an act would be to interfere with nature surely?

Now, lets return to the impact of homo-sapiens. Over the last 80,000 years or so, homo-sapiens have evolved to become the dominant species and predator on Earth. With the advent of agriculture some 13,000 years or so ago, we ceased to be reliant upon the nomadic tracking of herds and prey and laid the foundations of civilisation. Let’s forget about histori-heretical ideas such as the discovery of a 180,000 cave-temple structure of Neanderthal tribe or the evidence towards the age of the Sphinx and the Great Pyramid at Giza possibly being 800,000 years in age — the brevity required of FB places such outside the scope of this post. The population of homo-sapiens on this planet exploded with the Industrial Revolution with no more than a billion people alive at any point up until around 1800. We then see advances in agriculture, industry, commerce and healthcare that extend the life of man, increase the wealth and availability of food and keeps disease at bay — in short, we gained the ability to breed more and live longer. The net effect of such is that our demand for resources rapidly increased. By the end of the 1960’s we had increased to over 5bn in number, and now are at around 7 bn.

Never before have we placed such a strain upon the Earth to feed, shelter and provide for our needs; ever increasingly resource demanding needs for an increasing population. Sustainability is ‘the’ challenge of our times. If, only ‘if’, we succeed — then our age may well be known as the ‘sustainability revolution’. If we fail, then there may be no history to record such a failure. The uncomfortable truth, so readily ignored by many environmental campaigners, is that we cannot continue as a species in the manner to which we have become accustomed. We simply cannot continue to breed at the same rate, to pursue longer life and to demand more. At present, homo-sapiens are a disease — we consume and breed without any thought to the impact upon our host, or the inevitable demise of the species when our host dies. It is time for an evolution. Homo-sapiens must become an enlightened parasite, realising that we live off our host, yet that we are dependant upon our host for our own existence. We must ‘live off’ our host, whilst also ensuring the longevity of that host. In order to do so, we must also cease attempting to save everyone and everything. The ultimate conclusion of all environmental sustainability is the eradication of homo-sapiens. We must evolve or face our own demise in the sixth mass extinction.

Researchers Beleive They Might Have Detected a Fifth ‘unknown’ Force of Nature | Ancient Code

In other words… aether as referenced in magical texts for thousands of years and referenced in scientific terms by Tesla.  Science once more catches up with magical philosophy and further begins to empirically support such.

 

Worth a read and the story is being picked up in mainstream news sources also.

 

Source: Researchers Beleive They Might Have Detected a Fifth ‘unknown’ Force of Nature | Ancient Code

Democracy… finally the herd begins to see that it is merely an illusion

On 23rd May 2016, the English public received yet another demonstration as to the fallacy of democracy.

When attempting to control a larger herd, the illusion of free-will and the illusion of power are manifested through the perception of a democratic voice.  Democracy is a poor form of government — Socrates warned of such, so did Nietzsche, Blake etc., and so the notion is far from new.  What is ever increasingly obvious is that the mandate of those in power will ultimately override any democratic representation.

In the U.S.A., there is the Republican party’s floundering for a solution to the popular selection of Donald Trump as their Presidential candidate.  Here in England, we have just witnessed a lengthy debate over an application for a shale-gas fracking license in Yorkshire.  After much discussion, where the only public representation to the local council consisted of speakers against the granting of a fracking license and a protest outside of the chambers, the council ignored the public concerns and approved the license:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-york-north-yorkshire-36356245

Now the key points here are:

  1. Councillors are elected by their local constituents in order to represent the local communities concerns and needs.
  2. The local community clearly spoke out against the award of a fracking license and aired concerns as to earthquakes, ground water contamination etc., as are common in these debates.
  3. The council then voted, by seven votes to four, to ignore the local community concerns and award a license.

A cynic may suggest the council took into account the financial gains to their funds and the local economy.  It would perhaps be more appropriate to highlight the issue that arose last year in nearby Lancashire: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lancashire-33313084

In a historic case, the local councils and county council for Lancashire denied a fracking license on environmental grounds.  There is a very real prospect that the local, democratically supported, decision will soon be overridden by a central government adjudication.  Such presents the potential for a further erosion of the democratic illusion — if local councils cede to the will of their constituents, then  there is the need to revert to central government where there is the strength to ignore the populace.  Whilst government will always require the overriding of public interests in certain areas, such arouses concerns as to the state of control over the herd.  If the herd cease to believe in democracy, then there is a greater risk to society as a whole.

Democracy is the most widespread form of mind control.  Governments will always take decision beyond the reasoning and understanding of wider implications of the average voter.  Either the herd must accept that they really have little control over government (voting for candidates from the grey party or the shade different grey party), or there is the need to wake up and overhaul the system.  Democracy is going nowhere — the elite simply need the workers, like the queen bee needs them.  The revolution required is in the form of the structure of democracy and the restoration of the illusion of herd control.  Without this illusion, there remains a real prospect of revolution.  Out of the ashes of a failing democracy, there arises a tyrant who seizes control — such is the warning of Plato’s Republic.  It is time for the farmer to regain control of the cattle — either reminding them of their station in the system, or by creation of a new illusion.  The current political system is failing as it is no longer able to maintain the illusion that it is representing the people who elect it.  At the most basic level, government simply has to listen to some of what society agrees upon, whilst then retaining control over aspects of economics and other elements of government such as defence policy etc., as earned via their responsibilities and skills in those areas.  Once a government ceases to adhere to the will of its populace on even the most basic levels (such as the abhorrence of fracking), then the government loses all ability to claim a position of representation of the people.

Politicians need to evolve…  It is time to renew the faith in the system.

 

The ‘witches’ of social media

The world is a strange paradox. Pagan groups are full of those who call themselves ‘witches’, yet they spend the majority of the time beseeching others to pray for them or send them energies. However did the witches of ancient times function without social media as a platform by which to seek the energies of others — perhaps real witches used their own skills and energies? If you are unable to work magic through your own means, then you are effectively unable to claim the title ‘witch’.

Whether a ‘witch’ is skilled in the channelling of their own energies or the focussing of energies from herbs/crystals etc., then they act to work magic. The request for others to send energies is an admission of the absence of any magical ability inherent to the self-proclaimed ‘witch’. To request assistance of ‘healing energies’ etc., from others is to pray. There is a difference between an act of prayer and an act of applied magic. The sender or channeller of energies works magic , be they a witch or a deity, whilst the recipient is merely the subject.

In short, if you are a ‘witch’ with a shred of self-respect, then why belittle yourself with public begging for assistance? Either refrain from such prostration of yourself and be that which you claim you are, or cease calling yourself a witch.

What Science Is Telling Us About Earth’s Electromagnetic Fields & How They Connect To Our Own | Collective-Evolution

Fascinating… once more, science begins to find empirical and objective evidence in support of ancient ‘occult’ knowledge.

A great article, linked below, from the team at http://www.collective-evolution.com

 

 

 

Science has recently shed light on the fact that what we used to perceive as ‘human’ aura is actually real. All of our bodies emit an electromagnetic field, and this fact plays a very important role far beyond what is commonly known when it comes to understanding our biology, and the interconnectedness we share with […]

Source: What Science Is Telling Us About Earth’s Electromagnetic Fields & How They Connect To Our Own | Collective-Evolution

There is an incredible ‘Lost’ underground city beneath the Pyramids of Giza | Ancient Code

A good article from http://www.ancient-code.com which does rather lead to the serious question: why, with all of our resources and scientific ‘knowledge’ are we unable to reveal the truth about the pyramids around the world and the truth of those in Egypt which may have such additions as the Sphinx and the catacombs?  Are we so incapable of research that we fail to realise the design and purpose of something so ancient? Or is it that the truth would be contrary to what we are told as a society and would alter our perception of science/time/religion/philosophy etc?  There is the inevitable truth that we are mere idiotic cattle — either we are poor scientific investigators or we accept blatant disinformation.

 

 

 

Source: There is an incredible ‘Lost’ underground city beneath the Pyramids of Giza | Ancient Code

Mysteriously, our genetic code stopped evolving 3 billion years ago | Ancient Code

Source: Mysteriously, our genetic code stopped evolving 3 billion years ago | Ancient Code

 

An interesting article.  Does such a cessation in DNA evolution imply a teleological origin for our DNA and perhaps suggest that Timothy Leary was correct in the notion that our future possible evolution, both as physical forms and as a consciousness, are already present and awaiting an activation within our DNA?