Slavery is the True Evil

There is, in one sense, a battle between good and evil going on. The evil manifests as murder, deception, rape, oppression, slavery and other forms of control. While individual acts of murder, deception and rape can be described evil, the greatest evil, the greatest threat to freedom is control. There is a big difference singular acts of evil perpetrated by few individuals every now and then, and a society where you have no freedom to choose between acting morally or immorally.

Should we have even the New World Order with even the best of intentions, such as make impossible individual crimes, the underlying bigger crime is taking the freedom of choice away. It does not matter whether the New World Order is a violent jack-boot in the face of humanity, or a robotically smiling Venus Project city where accidents and acts of violence cannot be done. Whether we are controlled by horror or hollow pleasantry, the end result is the same: slavery. It is only a question of flair. Do you prefer to be pissed off slave or a happy one?

Storm troopers, surveillance and fear, or conditioning, Minority Report -style tought police, microchips, drugs, sex and games. It’s all the same. That, I feel, is the crux of the NWO. They aim to make the world as shitty as possible. Then they offer us a benevolent global robot state, which compared to the violence and injustice we have been subjected to, will seem appealing. No doubt a lot of unconscious people will fall for it. I won’t.

The real New World Order is more Brave New World, than 1984. That is how they are planning to do it. We don’t have to buy it, though. We can make the world we wanna see. Don’t let them dictate the game we play. The game is not a choice between the quantity of evils, but between freedom and slavery. I’d rather give a few thugs the opportunity to try to abuse me or my loved ones, if I have the chance to fight back, than accept armies of brainwashed brutes and MK Ultra sex slaves or a world where we have been bred out of our “primitive” aggressive and sexual yearnings to serve the collective.


We know Next to Nothing of ETs and UFOs

UFOs and ETs are fascinating and possibly significant phenomena for understanding what is happening on our planet today, and there is a lot of information on them around, yet it is difficult to say where to look and what to think about them. A very tightly knit package regarding ETs is given to us in the main stream which we are either supposed to accept or reject. It goes something like this: beings from another planet, usually Grays, travel on flying saucers, which we perceive as UFOs, since their true nature eludes us. Those beings sometimes abduct people to experiment on them or dissect animals. The memories of people who experience this are fuzzy and they might have experienced missing time. The aliens are also responsible for crop circles.

When we are presented with all of this information in the main stream, we are usually told to take it or leave. We aren’t encouraged to look at the various phenomenon separately and critically. People see Unidentified Flying Objects all the time, that’s why the term UFO exists in the first place. Some of those phenomenon are no doubt false alarms, whereas others are secret military crafts. A significant minority of UFOs are something mysterious, such as possibly alien crafts or something completely different. ET abductions are a relatively common human experience as well. However I cannot say whether it has any definite connection with the UFO phenomenon or not, as is commonly assumed. Several alien abduction documentaries compare the abduction phenomenon to Sleep Paralysis as a way of trying to debunk it. It resembles something which medical doctors have a word for, it’s not nothing special. Go to sleep. I agree abductions might have connection to Sleep Paralysis, but I’d like to counter it with the question: what is Sleep Paralysis? Maybe it’s not just another “boring” medical condition. Abductions generally don’t seem to happen in our physical plane of existence, but an altered state of consciousness. Also abduction experiences have been shown to bear resemblance over encounters with faeries. Perhaps in this altered state we perceive these beings differently based on our cultural bias.

Cattle mutilation is another mystery associated with UFOs, but is it really? We shouldn’t assume it, since we don’t have any alternative explanation. The same goes for the pyramids. We don’t know who built them and how, since according to main stream history the technology didn’t exist thousands of years ago to build them, we shouldn’t assume aliens did it. It’s possibly, but there are many other possibilities too. What about crop circles then? We’re usually given two options about them: either aliens or hoaxers made them. Some of them are so complex that it’s certainly impossible for a couple of pranksters to make them overnight, yet I wouldn’t assume aliens either. I think Stewart Swerdlow said something like he knows a guy who uses some secret government device, like HAARP or something, to make them. That might be true, but I find it hard to believe they’d go through all that trouble just to fake them. Perhaps some of the crop circles are real. An effort by some form of consciousness to communicate, and the government creates fakes along with the real ones to confuse us. Maybe the circles are messages from the consciousness of the Earth.

UFOs often portray abilities that are impossible according to our understanding of physics. It is often mentioned in main stream sources too, but sort of dismissed another weird quirk of these ETs that may or may not even exist. They don’t seriously tackle the issue that our understanding of physics is wrong, basically. Especially since many of those craft are probably flown by human beings.

What’s the point I’m trying to make here, you might ask. Well, the point is most of us not really having researched these topics in detail, we’ve merely absorbed countless assumptions about the nature, methods and motivations of ETs from the media without consciously looking at them. We might assume the outer space works something like Star Trek. Various races, sort of different, but actually quite similar, interacting in various ways. The fact is, we don’t know. All we have are childish, simplified assumptions that are bound to be wrong. There are some who claim to be experts, who claim to know a lot, who supposedly have had experiences with ETs and UFOs. Some of them probably are reliable, but we cannot begin to separate the wheat from the chaff before we lot go of our assumptions and mental scenarios we’ve learned and start looking at these various phenomena from a fresh perspective.

Everybody believes in God in their own Way

Let’s get this out of the way; by God I don’t mean any god in the Judeo-Christian sense, nor the god of any other dogma or artificial construct. By God I mean the underlying principle behind all of existence and the universe however each individual perceives it to be. Be it a force, a consciousness, a presence, a god or the laws of nature. I don’t really like the word God, for several reasons, but I don’t have any better alternative that doesn’t sound pretentious, so I’ll just use the word God.

Everyone innate believes in God, not the human made concept of God, but the actual God, whatever it is. Even atheists (or perhaps I should say especially them). We innately believe there is some order (another word I dislike) behind the universe, and a purpose to life. I generally associate the word “order” with groups such as the Nazis who try to impose that “order” onto others, but here I mean something more like dharma, I presume, even though not being that well versed with Hinduism I cannot say I necessarily understand the word correctly. I’ll describe this “order” as a harmonious innate “law” of the universe that is in effect unless something interferes with it. Interfering with it generally causes needless suffering. Different people perceive this same things in countless different ways. Christians, Muslims and Jews naturally perceive God according to the teaching of their respective religions (the one’s that actually have faith that is, not the nihilists). Hindus perceive God as the countless different manifestations of their pantheon. Buddhists perceive God as the inherent benevolence of the universe that buddhas and bodhisattvas are immersed in. Atheists (which includes buddhists according to some) perceive God based on their understanding, most commonly as the laws of nature or other rationally understandable principles. Shamanistic cultures understand God as the spiritual, organic, animistic whole that exists in nature, which isn’t that different from the Atheist view, except Atheists traditionally don’t believe in anything spiritual.

Most people believe in God, except the nihilists, as Frank’O Collins puts it. Here what is meant by nihilism isn’t necessarily the common dictionary definition of it, rather it means the innate judgement of a person that there is no meaning in the world without humans artificially constructing it and propagating it in society. There is also the hidden sentiment that is this realization is uncomfortable and painful, and therefore the nihilist tries to make all sorts of concepts and excuses to delude himself the concepts he has constructed are naturally occurring and inherent to Creation whereas they are in fact nothing but. This schizoid contradiction of course often leads to complications, needless suffering and often imposing one’s will onto others. Religious dogma is one example. Dogmatic believers do not believe in the actual and natural truth behind their belief system, they want to believe, but understand on a subconscious level that their faith false, therefore they seek to silence opposition, as they fear attack on their dogma. Truth doesn’t need defending, it can stand on its own, and all that.

Christianity has provided countless examples of this dogmatic nihilism, perhaps the most famous being the case of Galileo Galilei. He said the Earth revolves around the sun and not vice versa, which was contrary to church dogma. Therefore he was forced to recant, but at least they didn’t kill him, which I assume is partially that some people understood he was right but they weren’t willing to speak out at the time. While it wasn’t an act of nihilism to disbelieve or perhaps even to feel angry at him. After all of Europe had believed the sun revolves around the Earth, when one guy says it’s the opposite, it’s natural that people do not accept his claims. However, they cross the line from normal disbelief to nihilism when they force him to shut up, as they understand, either consciously or subconsciously, their own constructed beliefs are in jeopardy if the truth of Galileo’s words is allowed to spread.

Nihilism is also quite common in the Atheistic world, although not as common as usually people regard it to be. Richard Dawkins is a prime example of nihilism. He preaches the modern old dogma of materialism and all that, and won’t even look into quantum physics and other “weird” stuff that more or less prove there is more to life than the mechanistic world view tells us. Nihilists live in fear that there is no God, and therefore they try to cover up this belief with repetition of their own constructs, and pretend that man is God, for it frightens them that there might not be a God. Many so called Atheists in fact understand there is a God. They see religion, namely Christianity, for the artificial construct it is and wish to disassociate with it. However intellectually many of them confuse the factual God and spirituality with the nihilist construct, and say there is no God, even if they deep down believe in it.

Nietzsche is often called a nihilist, even though I don’t think he was. In fact, if I remember correctly he himself wrote that he is not. Why he had little faith in the Church and their beliefs is that he saw they were nihilists trying to impose their man made concept as cosmic truth. He was a man of God in his own way.

I may be using various words and concepts here in rather unorthodox ways, but that is simply because the English language, nor the modern intellectual sphere, does not include the concepts I am talking about. I do not know how well I got my message across, but I assure you it is not as complex as it might seem. This is mainly the distinction between the truth and the lie. Reality vs Religious Constructs, as I named them in my book Concordia ab Chao.


We all need money, we hate it, we are afraid of running out of it, it is the root of all evil, and there are documentaries saying it is debt. But why? It is nothing more than the notion that bunch of arbitrary and abstract numbers have some intrinsic value. Be it the number of coins and bills in your wallet or numbers in your digital bank account. Why is that so important for humanity, and why is it the root of all evil?

What is “value” to begin with? A thing can only hold value when a human being or other living creature feels it is valuable. Your flask of water of is valuable to you in a desert. The pocket watch you got from your grandfather as a kid is valuable to you. My beaten down copy of the RPG book Changeling: The Dreaming is more valuable to me than a brand new one simply because it is mine, and I have plenty of experiences with it. That is what value is. Yet modern society tells us value is something that can be dictated by banks and corporations. “That water flask is only worth 2 bucks, why don’t you exchange it for this iPhone which is worth hundreds of bucks.” The toy phone is much more useful in the desert… This abstract notion that the amount of money a thing costs makes it more valuable is a dangerous delusion which has us chasing crap we don’t need and throw away stuff we do need like water. Water isn’t quite interesting and seemingly not valuable since Earth has plenty of it, yet slowly we’re making it undrinkable and giving control of it to corporations and governments.

However, I can imagine the invention of money being a good idea once. It’s a relatively smart idea for people to trade resources with each other. “I have an assload of potatoes and you have have an assload of fish, so how about I give you one buttock-load of potatoes in exchange for one buttock-load of fish?” Actual valuable stuff have been used as currency in the past such as grain, rice, silk, furs. Since those things can be burdensome to carry around someone thought of the idea to use bits of metal as promissory notes. You get something of real value in exchange for it. Sounds reasonable, yet at some point it went awry. People started placing more worth on the abstract notion of value than the things that are actually valuable. Moreover they started hoarding those abstract units of value simply for the sake of hoarding them, instead of merely having a good supply of goods in case of an emergency. That is probably what is meant by money being the root of all evil; the abstract social notion of money gaining precedence over things of real value such as survival, family, community and happiness.

Money is a tool, which can be useful when used properly and dangerous in the wrong hands. In that sense I would say both extremist views, which say that we should get rid of money entirely and those that think we need money to live, are wrong. Same could be said for clothes. Clothes too are a tool. At least originally I would imagine people started wearing clothes in certain parts of the world to protect themselves from cold climate. It can even make you feel better wearing the kind of clothes you like, yet obsessing over fashion and the opinions of other, and spending lots of time, energy and money on clothes can be nearly as harmful as money.

Some people say that gold is money. I would counter that with the word why? What sense does that make? Gold has been quite worthless throughout most known history, for the masses at least. It’s rare, it shines sort of nicely, does that make it valuable? In the past i hasn’t been very useful. You cannot make tools or weapons out of it, except in modern times. Gold can be used in electronics and stuff. Monoatomic gold is supposedly this mystical wonder medicine, which the best occultists and alchemists of history probably knew about. According to Zecharia Sitchin’s account the Annunaki made people slaves to have them mine gold. If this is true it would make sense then why humanity has been obsessed with gold. To cut to the chase, gold does seem valuable after all, but there is nothing in main stream history that acknowledges this fact, therefore it makes little sense in people to harp on about gold being money unless they know about this “esoteric” stuff. So I wouldn’t say that gold should be money either, unless monoatomic gold is really that wonderful and everyone learns how to use it.

Along the aforementioned things money something else as well. It has been called and energetic construct and a talisman. Pieces of paper are used to enchant us to do all sorts of stuff we wouldn’t do otherwise. Yet I would say that problem does not so much lie in the talisman itself, but our willingness to be caught in its glamour. On an energetic level, I would say money is something that is important to us. Individually we all worry about money, and the whole of society is obsessed with making more money. The solution, I don’t think, is to get rid of the energetic construct itself, but to shift this energy to something else, something benign. In history money was important of course, but not all of humanity was so obsessed with it. Especially since most people produced food or constructed something real, whereas now most of us work to get money. And without money we can do almost nothing. In the past life revolved more around this that are actually useful and valuable instead of this abstract thing called money. So this energy, this notion of what is important and valuable has to be moved on to something we actually do require and desire.

In conclusion, I would say what we need to get rid of is our obsession with money, both hatred of it and dependence on it. In that way we can free ourselves from this prison money has put us in. And we do not have to have the best academics and social scientists ponder over long wooden tables what sort of social system we should have, and whether we should have money or not, and how to manage it. Focus on what we actually do want, and no-one in their right mind would want to keep money or go on a crusade to eradicate all of it, as it is a by-product of the system. A tool we once needed, but now it’s time to move on. It does not mean it will be erased out of existence, but moved to the side.

Why would They want you to know 9/11 was an Inside Job?

We all know 9/11 was an inside job. There’s no question about it anywhere. It’s just that the majority of humanity doesn’t want to face the fact because the implications are too mind shattering for them. 9/11 is the pretty daughter of modern conspiracy theories everyone loves to gawk at, whereas the JFK assassination is the old wrinkly mother. The 9/11 “truth movement” is also arguably the most visible part of conspiracy theorists in the public sphere.

The 9/11 truth movement is fairly divided, everyone has their opinions and theories, and instead of pooling resources to look at the big picture they love play their own tune the loudest to deafen out the truth. There’s all this crap about no planes- theory, Judy Wood’s energy weapons, thermite explosions, missile or no missile hit the Pentagon, ad nauseam. Some of those theories might be even true, but who the fuck really knows since there’s so much shit flying around. For me the energy weapons used to demolish the WTC idea sounds a bit excessive. Why would they resort to such esoteric methods to destroy the buildings when they could do it with more orthodox explosives? Yet Judy Wood has gotten a lot of positive attention in respected alternative media, so I don’t know.

Even back when I was still “asleep”, yet understood the official story of 9/11 was dubious at best (just the premise of a guy living in a cave in Afghanistan orchestrating it is stupid), and I couldn’t put the big picture together, the 9/11 truth movement seemed superficial and corporate. People standing in street corner with a sign shouting “9/11 was an inside job”. Juvenile and retarded. I could sympathize with the overlying message that 9/11 was an inside job, but their methods revealed that they hadn’t really broken through and beyond the system. It was teenage rebellion mostly, pretending a few years to be “alternative” before the people got that energy out of their systems to become good worker slaves. Just like most counter culture fads.

The difference I’d like to make between the 9/11 truth movement and the “conspiracy movement” is that 9/11 truthers seem to focus on 9/11 and get little done, whereas as the conspiracy movement looks at the bigger picture. Conspiracies did not begin or end with 9/11. It just the most obvious place to begin for most people who were on the fence about conspiracies. “This thing is clearly a false flag conspiracy, so they are obviously not crazy talk and exist, let’s see what other stuff is there.”

One conspiracy theory I hear now and then is, they, The Powers That Be, wanted people to discover that 9/11 was an inside job, since it’s so easy to see through many of the lies and deception. Also much of the 9/11 truther movement is controlled by them. I lean favorably toward this theory. If it is true, the question is why? For one, if they want to pull of this false flag mass ritual to start more wars, take away liberties and guide the world toward global government, they need to have some way of getting caught doing so. 9/11 was an elaborate operation and it would be impossible not to leave any trace of it, so instead of focusing on hiding the facts, confuse the public with half-truths and petty bickering. Let them have the opposition, but control the opposition as usual to render them toothless. That’s certainly one side of it.

A deeper level of it is, I’d say, that deep down we all know 9/11 was an inside job. We’ve been told it on many occasions. However most people refuse to accept it, since it contradicts what their daddy government and mommy media says. Their reason and intuition conflicts with what they hear which creates a very cognitionally dissonant state and just feels scary and uncomfortable. Furthermore just the implications that their daddy would do such a violent false flag and lie about it scares them even more, so the people actively seek to suppress the truth and please their daddy. Kill the truth and make reality be something that feels more comfortable to believe. Give responsibility away to daddy, be a good boy and obey. Just find something to blame, something to kill to escape the cognitive dissonance gnawing within. Make so much noise that the demon of truth goes away.

Feudalistic Work System

Ever since I was a teen, i. e. getting mentally prepared by society to the unfortunate fact that I have to try to find a job eventually in my life, I felt sort of banal dread toward the notion of working. Back then, deep down I understood why I felt that way yet rationally was only half-aware and certainly I wouldn’t have been able to express it in words. It wasn’t simply that I was lazy (which I am, but that’s a different story). Now I attempt to formulate this complex formula of emotions, thoughts and intuitive insights into why the notion of work was, and is, so repulsive to me. No doubt many other people, especially young people, have similar apprehensions toward work.

The average, or at least stereotypical, worklife of an average (or stereotypical) person is a 9 to 5 job, 8 hours per weekday of work. Only real freetime is during the weekend and the occasional holiday. That takes a lot of a person’s time, especially since after 8 hours of work, after you get home you are tired mentally or physically or both. Basically it takes away at least half of your whole life. Therefore I couldn’t fathom how could anyone waste such a large portion of their life to work simply to gain money. I could understand someone’s devotion to their job if they truly enjoyed it and felt they were fulfilling their ambitions.

The most common model for work life in our society is a rather feudal one. Meaning there is usually a company, a corporation, an organization you have to swear fealty to, serve them, work for them, do what they ask you to do, simply to get paid money. I’ve always felt this arrangement is filthy and parasitical, even if I couldn’t have expressed this in my thoughts and words in my younger age. In effect you acknowledge either a big fat middle-aged man or a faceless corporation as your master and serve them, for half of your time. Growing up in a modern, democratic country this notion I felt uncomfortable with this servitude, yet it was and is commonplace. Moreover if I was to serve a master I would have wanted it to be someone admirable such as Captain Picard, master Splinter or Gandalf or something. Not McDonalds, Nokia or some oil company.

I guess in that way I always saw money as some form of energy, even though the idea floated into my mind only in recent years when David Icke or others mentioned it. I hated money, yet I couldn’t see it as a mere tool either, as most working men seem to do. Probably the thought process for most people is something like this: I need to take care of myself and my family. To take care of someone you need money. You work for a company you get money.

I didn’t see it like that. It was more like if I work for an employer whose practices and principles (or lack thereof) I disagree with I’d be letting them feed off of me and violate me. Same goes for work. If I was to make money, it has to be done doing a job whose methods and results I agree with morally and philosophically. Even as a teenager I saw most the corporate and political sphere of society as greedy exploiters. It isn’t and wasn’t of course that black and white, but my understanding of the finer details was quite poor.

As I’ve never had much faith in our money making institutions I’ve perhaps found it difficult to relate to people who are shocked by corporations that sack people when they don’t need them anymore. I didn’t quite understand that in the mind of the working man there existed a trust relationship between the employer and employee. One was supposed to benefit the other, whereas the corporation only cares about the workers as long as they make profit for the corporation. In the olden days some businesses probably were trustworthy, instead of behemoths who use people are slaves when they’re useful and devour them when they are not, as they are now. I always saw them as behemoths, and therefore found it hard to relate to the trusting working man and their willingness to serve.

In a way I think it is a positive development that most of these corporations and governments that people have happily worked for are turning out to be evil, inhuman monsters as it forces people to face the fact that we cannot simply become subordinates to any institution and forsake our reason and consciousness in exchange for an easy life. We have to make our own intellectual, spiritual and moral choices. It is a too easy cop-out to claim that you might not agree with the actions of your employer, but you got to put food on the table so it’s not your place to question it. If you won’t think for yourself, no-one with your best interest at heart can think your thoughts for you.

100 Monkey Syndrome works Both Ways

Alternative and spiritual websites on the internet often refer to the 100 Monkey Syndrome as one way to raise our consciousness and save humanity from its imprisonment.  I agree with that notion also, yet I’d like to point out it works in the other way too, and has done so for Millennia. The “monkeys” have been used to spread all sorts of harmful memes among humanity, such as belief in authority, institutionalized religion and war.

The 100 Monkey Syndrome is the claim that if you teach something new to a certain number (100) of monkeys/ people, others will start to learn it too, even if they do not interact with each other personally. Many effects of the “monkeys” can be seen in the post-9/11 world such as the increase in understanding of conspiracies and spirituality, distrust in political and religious institutions and so on.

Many of these positive, new ways of understanding reality are increasing exponentially. Yet it does not mean that new idiotic, insane or evil ways and ideas could not be spreading as well. Possibly the “sheeple” who are not “waking up” are growing even more stupid and cowardly because of this. They might find new ways of enslaving themselves further, or seeing no possible means of salvation they resort to suicide.

I don’t have any great intuitive wisdom to share about this. I’m merely pointing out this detail that is so obvious it’s easy to disregard.