Sunday, January 4, 2015

How To do It

The New Age is both spiritual and political. In the former category,
only the Christian orthodox view has the big picture, and can hit
effectively at the core of it, but there is enough hostility between
New Age concepts and much in other religions whether semi true
or false, that these can and do fight some of the New Age tentacles.

The spiritually inclined New Agers often dislike globalism and
the New World Order, but this is only true of the moderately
spiritual, the hard core neo theosophist sort are another matter.
Basically the New World Order aka globalism is the political
arm of the New Age Movement, and the New Age Movement
is the spiritual arm of the New World Order, pushing a sense of
unity as a preceding state to make political and economic unity
easier to impose.

In the political category, its multifaceted quality means that you will
even find New Agers of one category fighting New Agers of
another category, regarding some of this.

For example, Agenda 21 and its synonymn, sustainable growth,
smart growth, etc., is inherently hostile to those whether Christian,
Christian but New Age compromised, and non Christian and New
Age, who want to live in touch with nature, small family farm, etc.
The best recent attack was launched by an out of the closet lesbian
(and I suspect neo pagan of some sort) Democrat with a real estate
assessment background. The entire moral and political and religious
spectrum is to be found in the category of dead against Agenda 21,
Among supporters of Agenda 21, you mostly find the left, of course,
and centrists.

Agenda 21 works along the lines of think globally, act locally.
(another angle is "each one teach one," put in highly effective motion
by Red China under Mao, in terms of agricultural and medical
improvements outside the cities. Basically, it means that if you have
some useful information on something, you can help someone by
teaching them that skill, who doesn't know it, even if you aren't a
certified accredited degreed expert professional in that subject.
Varying degrees of medical and agrarian expertise do more good
with what little they have, with people who will hear them because
of extended family or village origin or whatever reasons, than someone
who doesn't get into the field until they are at the top of the category
they are working in, a full medical doctor for instance. Even minor
surgery is something that a non doctor can handle, one can be good
on broken bones, another know how to stitch wounds, another can
handle an appendectomy and nothing else, no one is a heart or brain
surgeon or cancer specialist. And these skills for superficial invasive
or non invasive treatment can be taught to others.)

This is the same approach we need to take.

If you are temptable, too open minded, too suggestible, then you
need to stay away from some people. But if you can associate with
anyone and not be affected by them, then you can network with
these people and co-opt their (non paranormal) energy in this anti
New Age direction that they oppose, even if they continue to work
for some other New Age direction.

In some cases, a particular kind of sin is more a temptation than
others. If you have susceptibility to influence A but not B then avoid
people in category A and work with people in category B.

This is also an opportunity to give a good witness, both of words and
deeds, for Jesus Christ.

In some matters they have the right idea, whether it is a big one world
operation like the UN or EU or something else . Of course they
will be using it to promote their agenda. For instance, trying to stop
human trafficking. (And some of their bigwigs and foot soldiers may
be involved in this themselves, as clients. Scandals have erupted, and
should be publicized when they do.) Women's rights is an umbrella
term that includes stopping spousal abuse, forced arranged marriages,
child marriage, and getting girls educated, which is good, but also
includes abortion, which is bad. Contraception is a mixed bag of
tricks, though all chemical means are supposed to suppress ovulation,
they also keep the womb wall thin and keep the conceptus (fertilized
egg) from implanting. barrier and spermicidal contraception doesn't
do this. The herbal contraceptives, with the exception of pomegranate,
are actually abortifacient outright, or do this sort of thing. One plant
I forget which, was allegedly able to render you sterile for 6 months,
a brew of the seeds used by Native Americans. How it did so is
another matter. Chemical contraception for men would obviously
simply suppress sperm formation or render them too weak to swim
well, not harm an egg once fertilized, so is not an issue, except in
terms of possible other effects on the men. (Yes, men's health
matters, even if you had nothing but bad from men in your life, they
are believe it or not human beings like us women, and some of them
are actually okay people. Its just that the good ones are taken.)

The current interest in some globalist circles of getting people into
eating bugs is not a bad idea at all, gross as it sounds. Just be sure
they were not exposed to pesticides (much) or fed on GMOs (much.)

Fluoride used to be a right wing crazy issue, so was ignored. They
though it was a communist conspiracy to destroy American health.
Actually it is a big corporation type capitalist conspiracy to get paid
to dump their industrial and nuclear non radioactive by product waste
on the public, probably not intending harm so much as not giving a
hoot if it did or not.

Harvard or John's Hopkins, some respectable place like that, has
recently released a study showing fluoride is all the bad stuff the
Birchers etc. said it was.

GMOs (genetically modified organisms) used to be a sort of leftist
worry, but it is going mainstream and conservative as everyone wakes
up to the threat. (rats raised on it didn't grow well, and the third
generation was sterile. how's that for zero population growth?) Noted
by researchers is that many of the super rich use organic and non GMO
food and probably non fluoride water. Any filtration system that
uses three stage with osmosis filtration, will take a lot of fluoride out
of the water, but there is always some there anyway, even in spring
water, if you want no fluoride drink distilled.

Do you get the picture? What I am saying is that a lot of stuff usually
labelled left or right is in fact neither, but legitimate issues either as
something to avoid or something to promote in themselves.

Signing petitions is one thing. Sending money is another. Be careful
what organizations you support.

There was a time PETA (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals)
was the only group sneaking in and video documenting horrific abuse
of animals in farm, pre slaughter transport, and other situations. Now
there are others. So at one point I supported them, maybe even sent
them money. But there is a MAJOR problem with them. Their long
term agenda is to eliminate ALL human animal interaction, even pets.

They are the no pets nightmare on steroids, and probably come to
think of it, would work to promote no pets rules where they don't
already exist, and to prevent no pets rules being removed. Whether
they just kill all animals that come into their hands, or actually get
some of them homes, is an open question in my mind.

They are aggressive vegans, which is very bad for the rest of us, since
statistically meat eaters or at least dairy and egg eaters are in better
psychological condition. This is probably because taurine and b12
are extremely difficult to get in a vegan diet. Mixing grains (rice,
wheat, oats, spelt, etc.) with legumes (beans, peas, peanuts - not real
nuts but legumes - and maybe alfalfa, also a legume family plant)
will let you produce taurine, I am not sure about the b12.

And these two things are important neurologically, and taurine is
in eyes, brain and heart.

Vegetarianism intermittently is good for you, as a normal life
style, only for those with exactly the right diet (and supplements),
There may be people who are more genetically able to handle a
vegetarian diet than others. That would require an expensive and
complicated decade of research on thousands of people and taking
note of isolated unusual individuals that are better or worse on
a vegan diet or on a meat diet or a mix, and their ancestors if possible
and other relatives. I don't propose to do it.

That all creatures were once vegan, or perhaps also ate the occasional
fish or at least eggs and milk and cheese, is indicated by Genesis
chapter 1. Scoffers should consider, that with the curse on the land
against Adam, involving growth of "thorns and thistles" one of those
words is dardir, a fast growing plant, there was possibly some mutation
going on. viruses in the wild will snip genes and transport them from
one kind of creature to unrelated kinds, aka lateral inheritance, which
is what the mad scientists got the idea for GMO from, but forced in
the laboratory is not the same thing. So we can assume that a lot
changed after The Fall.

Ironically, some sabertoothed creatures may have been more vegetarian
and peaceful than they look. Take a look at a walrus. Yep, the last
example of a sabertooth variety of anything. A sabertoothed seal. What
does it use the fangs for? digging up clams. (At this point someone will
probably scream that it isn't a seal, that genetically and anatomically it
is a totally different thing. Whatever. Seal, seal lion, big blubbery thing
with flippers that lives in the water and land and is a mammal and doesn't
walk on land but galumphs.)

Meanwhile, the most dangerous and violent animals, that will attack
at the drop of a hat, are herbivores: the hippopotamus and rhino. And, if
the herbivorous nature of the apatosaurus/brontosaurus types is correct,
the Mokele mbembe of the Congo in Africa, and something similar in
South America. The reason for the violence is territorialism, so extreme
that unlike most territorial animals, it even chases things not remotely
resembling themselves. Such as humans. (in the case of hippo attacks
on boats, I suspect it is scent from rival hippos upstream or downstream,
brought with the boat, that triggers the attack. In the case of rhinos, they
can't see very well - one tried to mate with a Land Rover truck once - and
attack on general principles in case something might be dangerous.)

Technological issues are in play. Again, the dreams of elites and of
power are not limited to those of their (sometimes extended family style
connected) members. Those who show similar ideals and are skilled,
and who are willing to cooperate, will probably be accepted in stages
into the inner circle. (And I would imagine there is more than one group
considering itself "the inner circle." Such circles even if in competition,
would be connected to some extent, and would probably pull together
against an attack against the lot of them.)

Kurzweil is an interesting case. I don't know who is with him, or what
his educational background, ergo fraternity or other social affiliations
are. Obviously he is a genius. Seems he lost his father, never got over it,
and has been trying to figure out how to be immortal ever since. I think
there might a resurrect his father agenda also. In other words, someone
with a classifiable mental problem, the social skills to stay out of the nut
ward, and the technological skills to work on making some of his dreams
semi come true. Which might be a nightmare for the rest of us.

Transhumanism's draw is nice things like prosthetics for the disabled,
moving to eye and ear and finally brain implants to deal with blindness
and deafness and other stuff.

The ultimate goal, is to merge the human with the machine. If everyone
gets this, instead of only elites, it will be a situation where elites have
more control over the masses than is possible now. The Internet of
Everything is a move in this direction, of creating the mass mind, which
doesn't look like this, yet, but what direction would it go in? or be
driven in by those who want this from the start?

Science fiction is the speculation of minds who dream wildly, but in a
techno context. Kids growing up on this crap sometimes went into
physics and astronomics and so forth, and I read somewhere that a lot of
scientists who made space travel and communications and other things
like robotics work, grew up on and were inspired by science fiction.

The hive mind is a concept that existed in some science fiction movies,
and in the old days, even now, it was presented as part of the bad guys'
scene, used against us or even used to drag us into it with of course the
aliens or whatever being the superego/cortex/whatever analogy you like,
of the resulting hive mind.

Science fiction nowdays is increasingly depicting telepathy or outright
mind mergers and hivemind as some sort of next step evolution desirable

Which brings me to evolution. If it is false (it is) it is nothing to hang
your hat on. But there is another matter. One doesn't have to be into
evolution, to be trying to either get back to the Garden of Eden on his
or her own terms, instead of through Jesus Christ, or trying to improve
on God's creation (us), becoming gods even (the line of talk of the
transhumanists). Can you spell Frankenstein? People like this used
to be called utopians, and this goes back to before Darwin. Pagan
philosophy included some evolutionism. Reincarnationist ideas like
hinduism posit evolution through many incarnations, including animal
ones. Darwin and some others made this "scientific" and theosophists
jumped on the bandwagon (if they didn't start it sub rosa) incorporating
it in their world view. Hitler got on that bandwagon, and we all know
where that ended. (except it didn't end, the Nazi survival is an interesting
and ominous story in itself. The European Union was founded at a
meeting including people with a Nazi past, and is the same as an idea
for post war unification of Europe, that some Nazis had as a plan B
when their destruction was becoming evident. Basically, the SS and
suchlike hit the road, leaving the Wehrmacht and the German people
to take the heat. In other words, when the going gets tough, the tough
get going - out the door, down the street and out of town. Where they
landed includes USA, Argentina, the Middle East, and the occasional
African context, to name a few.)

The Internet of Everything is a step in the direction of the hive mind.
At first it is harmless, useful even but eventually with brain chips to
order your stuff around from miles away you can have your brain

And of course the worshippers of the hive mind idea, compatible with
New Age "unity" notions, would like this also.

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