Disbelief in Deliberate Evil, and Fluoride

I’ve been listening to Paul Connett on Red Ice Creations talking about the Fluoride Fraud. He highlights the usual stuff how fluoride is harmful with few beneficial effects, however he does not seem to regard it as a deliberate conspiracy. He sees it more as a people simply acting based on false belief, promoting fluoride since they’ve used to doing so and trying to maintain their pride by not facing the fact that fluoride is bad for you. When the host on Red Ice mentioned the claim that fluoride was first used by Nazis or Communists to control people, Connett reacted almost emotionally to deny it. He said there’s not enough evidence for it, just one source claims it. He may very well be right, however I’d say it’s fairly obvious someone is deliberately using fluoride to dumb down people. Maybe it wasn’t the original use for fluoride; it may have been first used by misguided, well-meaning people in an effort to help keep teeth is shape, but eventually someone realized how it can be used to control people.

Connett said it’s preposterous, or something along those lines, that all those dentists who promote fluoride were in on a conspiracy to dumb down people, which is of course a reasonable comment. Yet he does not seem to understand the basic conspiracy structure of the few people on top who know how things work and the countless “useful idiots” who work for them with good intentions. Connett doesn’t have problem understanding the fact that one reason why fluoride is promoted is that various industries are making money off of it, such as the sugar lobby. I see the existence of such a system already as a conspiracy. An organization promoting something as good for health with the sole purpose of making money is already a conspiracy in my book. It’s just so common in the contemporary world that no-one thinks twice about it. I’ve never accepted it as normal or something that simply is. It made me feel crazy, and angrily desperate, when I was younger, since people around me seemed accept all of this insanity as natural simply because that is the way things are, that is the way things are. Few questioned why it is so, and should it continue being so?

Connett also mentioned how he hates blogs, since a lot of people have said nasty things about him on them. I want to make clear I’m not attacking him or anything. What is he doing is very admirable. I simply think he is wrong about fluoride not being a deliberate conspiracy. People have different roles and different ways of perceiving reality. At the risk of sounding haughty, I’d say Connett is an academic/ engineer type of person who understands technical stuff well, but not the intricate ways of society. He projects his simplified view on other people without knowing their motives, seeing only ignorance and pride where there is also malice. You could say the reverse of me, of course, that I see often deliberate malice in cases where people are acting in ignorance, and in many cases you could be right. In the case of fluoride, however, I find it hard to believe there is not a conspiracy involved in forcing it on us.

As I’ve mentioned in earlier posts, various people have their roles. Some focus on the the technical stuff like physics, biology or machines, which is something I’m bad at, while others see things in a more social context. I’m not an expert in it, but I’ve used to doing it, and used to looking at social issues from various angles. I can at least say I have experience in it and I consciously try assess many issues from that perspective. As do a lot people with conspiracies in mind, since unfortunately, our society often looks like a grand conspiracy with many layers, distractions and trap doors.


Quantum Leap of Faith

Lately I’ve been thinking how small leaps of faith in my personal life, or perhaps in personal beliefs in particular, have helped me evolve spiritually. Personal evolution (same probably applies for other types of evolution too) does not progress as a continuous line, but in small leaps. Even when you are watching the progress bar while the computer is loading a program, it is not continuous. Rather at times the bar fills up quickly, then it stops and you think the program crashed when it suddenly jumps forward. One must take a leap of faith every now and then to get forward. Just five minutes ago I finished listening to Dianne Collins interview on Radio 3Fourteen. Collins mentioned the Quantum Leap (not the scifi show I used to watch as a child). Here’s an explanation of it that I find appealing: http://www.jimloy.com/physics/quantum.htm

Quantum leap and leap of faith sound similar to me. In my life many leaps of faith have helped me forward, such as the mental leaps I took when reading Graham Hancock’s Supernatural that there indeed exists something beyond the physical, or when I realized there is indeed a grand conspiracy along the lines of the Illuminati that has manipulated humanity for a long time. The moment before making the leap, I wasn’t sure where I’ll end up, will I fall down a ravine or get closer to truth. I had acquired information that said the leap was worth doing, but I was far from complete certainty. Soon after making the leap I found it had been worthwhile. Other kinds of leaps I’ve done in social life is approach a girl I am attracted to yet unsure of her feelings or whether we could have any future together. Also when trying to communicate to people something meaningful, be it conspiracy, spirituality, alternative understanding of science or other “fringe” stuff, you have to take a leap of faith. When the leap is successful and you actually manage to communicate it is feels great and very significant, whereas many times I’ve felt like I hit a brick wall.

Leaps of faith require you to leave the comfort zone. I for one enjoy being in my personal comfort zone, yet I understand being there is hardly life. It is a place to retreat to when injured or tired. However, I don’t really need the zone, and it would be best for me to leave it as often as I can. Conscious evolution happens in leaps, not as a steady progression. You cannot simply gather energy together and hope them to suddenly transform into something else. Meaning it’s pointless to gather piles of money in a pot if you don’ use the money to buy something you want. If you want to learn to speak a foreign language, first you have to start with the basics, read the textbook and go to class, but eventually you have to take the leap and actually talk to other people using the language. If you want to help in the “awakening” or evolution of consciousness first you have to gather information, spend a few years reading books, watching Youtube rants and so on, but then there’s a point when it’s not enough anymore to simply passively learn, you’ll want to use the knowledge for something. Step 1. Gather underp… energy. Step 2. Leap of Faith. Step 3. Profit.

If you get too comfortable with the idea of gathering energy, i.e. money, studying, gathering information, it becomes more difficult to take the leap. It begins to weigh you down, you become attached to it. You like the wealth you’ve amassed and are not willing to do anything to risk it. You feel like you are good enough in speaking the language and don’t want to face the reality that you’ll still make plenty of embarrassing mistakes while talking to people. When you take the leap some of the energy is used up as fuel for your new level of understanding. So you do need the fuel. Trying to make the leap too early or without any backing will make you crash and burn. You have to know when you are ready to make the leap, and actually do it. It is pointless to keep theorizing about it.

Petty thought and emotion

There are a two kinds of thought and emotions that people have, at least I do, and it seems most others do as well; petty thoughts and emotions and “proper” thoughts and emotions. When you actually think you stretch your understanding further to gain more understanding. When you feel something, you feel if it’s right or not, worth your time or not. Emotion gives you a purpose. Then there are a petty versions of them. Petty thoughts are just words or a voice on in your head going on and on about the same stuff you already know, but it’s trying to make you think like it’s new and relevant information. Petty emotions tell you you’re bored, scared or stressed and you have to satisfy it’s next whim to feel good, yet if you do so it won’t make you feel better. Perhaps petty thoughts and emotions come from the ego, whereas the real ones come from you.

Petty thoughts have to use words, proper thoughts don’t necessarily need them. You just think in images, symbols and ideas. You understand what you mean without needing to explain it. The petty thoughts try to make you think you need explanation and analysis. Thoughts are merely a direct connection between your will and understanding of it. I’m not talking about any mystical thing here. Petty thoughts hinder that connection.

Petty emotions are emotions tied to your lower instincts. They tell you you want chocolate, watch one more Youtube video, stay in bed 5 more minutes, even though if you follow their direction it will not make you feel any better. Quite the contrary. Proper emotions rarely focus on insignificant items like a video or a snack. They tell you to follow your dreams and do what is right. They give a motivation to live. Work on what feels right, write that book, talk to the girl you really like (not someone who only looks pretty), speak the truth even though society (and petty emotions) say you’ll get punished for it. This is sort of as David Icke says that people feel with their stomach instead of the heart.

One example from my life that I experience all too often is I wake up in the morning, I have to go to school, the petty thoughts tell me I wanna still lie in bed, even though it’s useless since I’m gonna go to school anyway. The petty thoughts try run the scenario of going to school in my head, what I have to do before that: shower, eat breakfast, get dressed, etc. That too is pointless because I know how to do it, I have done it countless of times in this life, yet the petty thoughts pretend like they are helping me by preparing for something new. Waking up 7:30 in the morning to go to Korean class hour and half later is far from my wildest dreams, yet I have chosen to do so for the next few months even though it is tedious. However the petty thoughts and emotions are not helping, they are merely making it worse. They serve no purpose. What I should do in the morning when I wake up is get up, go shower, eat breakfast, fiddle with the computer, get dressed and go to class. I know I’m gonna do it anyway, so why pretend I’m torn about it? Excess thoughts and emotions do no good in this case.

Why do I have these petty things bothering me then? The best I can guess is, they are sort of feces of proper thoughts and emotions that I have difficulty ejecting from my body. Thought and emotion require energy, so they have to release exhaust at times one could surmise. It is the same with society, everything we buy creates vast amounts of garbage. Almost any item you buy, from food, to electronics, to books, comes with a plastic wrapper you throw away. Eventually you’re swimming in garbage unless you waste of lot of time and energy getting rid of the waste.

Kaiken takana on nainen

Over the last few millennia the human race has been dominated by very masculine values. The one with the biggest army, sharpest weapons, strongest muscles, loudest shout rules over the weaker ones. They in turn gladly accept the dominance of a stronger individual, group, race or empire. However, the most masculine people and energies may rule over others, they are not in control. The feminine always controls the masculine. In fact the masculine energy seems incapable of creating meaning, which is something the feminine does effortlessly. A big macho man may kill the enemies and win the game to become the king, but what then? The masculine is incapable of handling the question. It turns to the feminine. When you ask a man who just won the war or gold medal, why did he do it, he’ll answer it was for king and country, God or his family. The masculine lives for the sake of something more feminine. It wants the feminine, something intangible and mysterious, to tell him what to live for.

Even if the strong warriors are the rules, we must ask who stands behind the warrior? Who creates his reality? For the power behind the throne is more powerful than the throne, most of the time.

It should go without saying that a biological man does not equal the masculine, nor does the feminine refer simply to women. Men can be more feminine, and women more masculine. No-one is 100% masculine/ feminine. You know Ying and Yang stuff.

A man “always” has to have a cause to live for: sports, games, work, country, God, family, the secret society, resisting the NWO… Whereas women often seem to be more loose in this matter. They have hobbies and interests, but they are rarely devoted to them strongly. Also women seem to see meaning in insignificant details like the colours of the curtains or tablecloth. A man may think blue looks better than pink, but in the end it is the function that matters, not some aesthetic quality. This is because the feminine is able to give meaning to things whereas the masculine can only attach to an already existing meaning and strengthen it. The masses have been kept in ignorance of the power of the feminine for millennia, and thus have been easily controlled by it. They either don’t see it or think it is so weak to matter, they do not even pause to think about it, yet the masses are controlled by it. There’s even a lame old Finnish song called “Kaiken takana on nainen” meaning “There’s a woman behind everything”. Behind every successful man there’s a woman.

The Conspiracy has used the feminine to control humanity which has been forced into one-sided masculinity. Yet the Conspiracy itself is a kind of transsexual female, as it no longer creates any meaning. It has attached itself to its idea of  “New World Order” and hierarchy. It may change its methods and appearance with make-up, but within it is unchanging and artificial. The best expression of the feminine might be a young girl who falls in love with her new point of interest which others have hard time even perceiving. What is she doing and why? All others can see is that she is infatuated by it. Yet it is forgotten by her in a few hours and new meaning is created.

The Purpose of Evil

Expanding on the last article. I do not believe good and evil to be two absolutes in the cosmos. Not very fundamental forces on their own. I don’t believe in any Manichaeistic idea that good and evil are two evenly matched forces. I see good and evil as two opponents like cold and hot, light and dark, pleasure and suffering, big and small. Part of the Yin/Yang duality. It is in our time that the issue of good and evil very important, but in different eras it may not be such an important issue. Evil in our world is so prevalent and overpowered power must be taken from and good must be strengthened. Moral issues, the question of evil have albeit disappeared from the public sphere, the main stream does not see it as an important or valid question. The reason is simply; the world is so saturated with evil many people think it’s normal. The evil ruling our world keeps creating more evil to hide other evil causing the blind masses not to even blink when they see evil.

Evil manifests in our world as wars, ritualistic pedophilia, obsession with money and superficial things at the exclusion of profound things.

In our world evil is everywhere and everybody sees it, yet some refuse to acknowledge it, others choose to pretend it’s not there and thus serve evil. To anyone “awake” this should be obvious, and that we must fight evil, or perhaps rather promote good. However in other times this has not been the case. Good and evil have been more balanced. Probably at some time good was overpowered and evil suppressed. I would say living at such a time it would have been “good” to promote evil and fight against good as it would have felt very oppressive. Imagine living somewhere where everyone always smiled at each other, never told any lies, never did any naughty things, never stole anything. Such a life would be very stagnant and boring. You’d want to do something evil living in such a society. Life is supposed change and flow, not stand still for a long time.

Good and evil are not absolute in the cosmic scheme of things, they are relative. However in the world that we inhabit evil is very real, which why good must become real as well. It’s a cop-out trying to argue about the relativity of evil in issues like pedophilia, yet fortunately pedophilia is hardly one the founding principles of reality. It is however one of the biggest issues of our time, at least in the sense that it should concern everybody, and that many of the powerful (i.e. evil) people engage in it.

The Devil exists for us to Create

I’ve been thinking about the nature of evil, it’s origin and what it actually is. It’s related to the previous demon article. Is evil something external from us or our internal creation? Is the devil sitting on his throne in hell conspiring to corrupt us, or is the devil the result of us corrupting ourselves? Based on the headline of this article, it’s both and neither. The devil exists outside of us, yet we have to create him. There is an external possibility for evil, but we must choose to give it life. Sort of like a virus which is alive only when it’s attached to a living being.

Few weeks ago on Red Ice Creations a guest asked the host, Henrik, to define evil. He said something like forcing others to do something they don’t want. It was better than I could have done on the spot, but I still find it somewhat lacking. However, I don’t even want to define evil. Evil is evil, we cannot see it. We see manifestations of evil. The root of evil, I believe, is in wanting to get something for free. They also discussed this on Red Ice. If you expect to get something without doing something for it is the root of evil, even though the act itself if not evil. It rather leads to evil. This does not merely refer to commerce, i.e. expecting to receive goods without exchanging money or services with it. If you expect your girlfriend to like you without liking them back, if except to have food and a house without doing anything for it, if you except to learn a new skill without working for it, that is the root of evil. The usage of money is a manifestation of this philosophy of trying not to do things. For example, hundreds of years ago majority of people built their own house, or their friends and relatives did it in exchange for camaraderie, or goods and services. Nowadays most people buy their house with money. In effect they don’t do anything to get it. They (the majority of people) work for the money, but there is a difference between the abstract concept of money and work.

My point here isn’t however, as some might falsely assume, that I’m berating people who don’t like to work for companies to earn money. Quite the opposite. I do advocate people doing whatever they deem meaningful or necessary. However prostituting yourself for a business 5 days a week, 8 hours a day in exchange for money does not have to be necessary. However if you want to have a food, you have to acquire it somehow, if want your room to be clean, someone has to clean it. I recommend the one to do it to be you. The second best option is someone you have a good trusting relationship with, such a friend, husband/wife, or relative. Not a multinational corporation that gives you food only because it gets money from you.

The modern tendency to avoid work, since the most “successful” people in our world don’t work, they play with money to get more money, is in effect a tendency to avoid direct connection with reality. There is always a middle man. Instead of building your own house or growing food you buy it with money, instead of cleaning your house you hire someone to do it, instead of engaging in a romance with a member of the opposite sex you watch a romantic Hollywood movie. The nature of this reality is that you do something, which enables something else to happen. You have to be an active participant. When I say you should do things yourself, I don’t mean everybody should just care about their small own world excluding other people, rather you should have a living connection to all things that you care about. If you want to have a connection with people do it because it feels natural, a connection of friendship or blood, a connection of trust. When people are connected by social constructs like money or their workplace, they cannot be connected by trust. It’s admirable for grandchildren to clean their old grandmother’s house, but not so for a professional cleaning company to do it because they were paid, be it by the grandmother or the social services system run by the government.

Wanting something without cost is like being alive with no life in you. Mind you, the cost does not have to anything unpleasant or troublesome. The cost of being loved by someone is loving them back, for example. Yet sometimes the cost is annoying like learning Korean, you actually have to concentrate on it, which isn’t so much fun, but hopefully the rewards of knowing Korean are. Wanting something for free simply means you want the world to dance for you without yourself dancing with it or playing music. The other side of this is forcing others to dance when they do not want to. If you are disconnected from living reality, you might try to make up for it by forcing others to feign life. Yet a doll is not alive even though you can move it’s arms and legs.

Demons in our Midst

I already mentioned the topic of demons in the book Concordia ab Chao, and my view on them. Even though I don’t necessarily have anything new to add about them, I feel I wanna ruminate about this again. If I remember correctly, previously I was a bit vague about the existence of demons. I said corporations act as if demons, but now I am more convinced they actually are demons. What demons, or evil spirits, actually are is another thing.

Corporations, which includes multinational businesses, churches, governments and organizations like the UN, are demons manifest on earth in physical form. The term corporation originates from Latin corpus or corporare, which means body, to embody, or like the English word corpse. Corporations are artificial persons or entities, yet they seem to have a will of their own. They seek to amass more power and have their own goals. They use people as vehicles to make them accomplish their goals. In effect people who work for corporations are victims of demonic possession. Pretty much every society before the modern construct has believed in demons or evil spirits that possess people and convince them to commit sinful acts. Demons are not physical entities so they must other methods (such as seducing people to work for them) to wreak havoc on earth.

I believe I need not elaborate much on the damage to nature and liberty that corporations have inflicted on the world. It should be fairly self-evident.

Corporations, governments and their like do not exist, yet countless people have killed, lied and died for them for centuries. It is merely a few words on a piece of paper, an agreement among people, and a few buildings that house the possessions and employees of the corporation, but yet the corporation remains non-existent. Still its malicious influence can be felt. It makes sense if an individual sacrifices his life for his family or something real, but instead these abstract notions have goaded people into greater obsession than anything real. Corporations do not gain anything from your sacrifice. Sentient beings feel pain and pleasure, you can make them happy, but if you do something that benefits a corporation, it won’t feel it. An effort wasted at best. It is a sick delusion to work for a corporation. Many ideologies can be included in this too. Whether you do it for personal gain, in belief that serving the corporation also benefits you, you are a pawn. If you really believe in the corporation, you are utterly deluded.

The important question is whether corporations are evil spirits, interdimensional beings of some sort, or merely an insanity in the minds of men. Are demons external entities, or creations of obsession and ignorance, an anomaly in human psychology? I find both arguments convincing yet not completely satisfying.