Saturday, 30 September 2017

Gnostic Cult

Gnosticism is the de facto state religion of the United States.
Gnosticism defined all matter as a prison, suppressing your spirit, 
that includes nature, who they class as the "beast".  
(New Testament rightly classes man as the beast)

All 'Religious fundamentalism' is gnostic (protestant & islamic fundamentalism specifically).  
So are all conspiracy theories and deconstructionist philosophy.  
Gnosticism proclaims every construct as an obstruction to the soul, all physical, human or natural design as a "body" that constricts 
the spirit.  
The philosophy behind every orgy is also that of the jihadi suicide martyr, freeing the spirit by the violent destruction of 'the lie' of matter.  ('Zeitgeist', the film is a gnostic viewpoint, it seems unaware of this however) 
Gnosticism posits the duality of nature and spirit, believing physical incarnation to be a cosmic error*, a failed experiment, like the dinosaurs.  (It has a dislike of reptiles and nature in general). 
*(caused by "demiurges" and "archons")

Although reptiles are non-hierarchical and orgiastic, us mammals are not, we retain the old "reptilian brain" for atavistic purposes.

The Revelation of St. John contains the cryptic lines "..the word made flesh..the flesh made word".  This signifies an awareness of binary dualism,  positing the a triune concept of trinity as escape from the bicameral or 'bipolar' way of thinking.  Gnosticism causes the very thing it criticises, like the myth of Sisyphus it is schizophrenic.

Regarding the relation of mammon to gnosticism, see this excellent book:

NPJ Book Review – The Money Cult, Capitalism, Christianity and the Unmaking of the American Dream by Chris Lehman

Friday, 8 September 2017

Why be Anarchist-Monarchist


Because, by having a (non-political) Monarch we can respect, we are freed to be properly disrespectful towards politicians, while remaining loyal to our country. Without a monarch, loyalty can demand political submission.
Also, the British monarch is like the king on a chessboard. He cannot attack. But by occupying his square he prevents others from doing so – politicians who long for the supremacy that monarchs have, who yearn to be escorted by booted cavalry and greeted with trumpets, and who want us to respect them even when they don’t deserve it. Especially when they don’t deserve it. 
It’s not an accident that most of the longest-lasting free, law-governed countries in the world are constitutional monarchies. Yet we seem keen to throw this advantage away, because we no longer know who we are or how we came to be so free and happy.