Sunday, September 24, 2006

Banking On Armageddon: The Gate To Chaos - Part 3

Fanaticism consists of redoubling youreffort when you have forgotten your aim -- George Santayana

Let's not beat around the bush, the Pope's scathing attack on Islam wasn't meant to be diplomatic; more than anyone else he knows the power of the words and those words have pleased Islamophobics. The fact that he expressed regrets does no longer matter at this stage: the message has gone through whatsoever.

Alas I couldn't care less about anyone going ballistic because of religious beliefs. Enough hypocrisy, religions all share a legacy of blood, a fact that should be widely mentioned in all history textbooks for the sake of wisdom. While our dear Western media reports ad nauseum about the Pope's words targeting Islam, partial and deliberate amnesia struck again. You see, TV broadcasts and newspapers have completely forgotten that last August 2006 the Vatican's envoy in the Holy Land and bishops from three other churches
have launched a rare joint attack on the Christian Zionist movement, accusing it of promoting "racial exclusivity and perpetual war."

Do you hear the ticking clock? This is an omen that may be announcing a sign of The End Of Times. Not the end of Mankind but the end of the world as we know it and along with the brutal transition that is going to throw us all into a religious clash of all time. Are you ready? How can you get yourself prepared? I sincerely would recommend the book by Sam Harris titled:

The End Of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason which takes aim at the destructive fundamentalist trends on all sides of the spectrum throughout history and also pictures religious moderates as the bearers of a terrible dogma, in short arguing that moderation has too its own limits eventually and is thus an illusion of the mind.

Moreover power and religions have always been bedfellows and the current geopolitical climate clearly indicates that the globalist entity named "The New World Order" - NWO - has bailed out the most mainstream doctrines (if not all) to fulfill the sempiternal motto: divide and conquer. Religions are highly sensitive grounds as much lethal as landmines because masses do not get the necessary education to interpret whatever eschatology and that every man has his own understanding about everything.

Not to mention that religious figures are at fault for not closing the gap between materialism and spirituality. According to their agenda the two realms must never reconcile. Ever. Never. Divide and conquer again. Did you ever hear the Pope speak of Jesus chasing the "money changers" out of the Temple, condemning the monetary practices that are still today in place, usury more precisely. Do elementary schools teach this by the way?

While Sam Harris argues that God must go the way of Apollo and Zeus, the arising dilemma is the same that the egg or chicken question - which comes first. Is Faith or their devout followers in this very case the problem ... or otherwise? One thing is more than certain is that one just cannot keep reading

Kant's Critique of Pure Reason - in which Kant argues that analytic reasoning can't tell us anything that isn't already self-evident - over and over to escape the reality of Quantum Physics.

All the major religions warned against materialism and wr

ongly spiritualists have trashed it constantly. Up to this day, I haven't yet heard the Dalai Lama - nor the Pope - giving a press conference addressing to the global monetary fraud, have you? So what? Yep, you got it: the Devil definitely wears pink. There are lots of people who do not have any religious beliefs but comprehend what ethical codes of conduct mean. Humanity always has questioned and probed the existence of "a" God and it is our inalienable right to do so. The ever-growing global turbulences indicate that the next great battle of Mankind is accepting that Faiths cannot resolve our cultural nor existential misunderstandings.

Because of the mathematical and exponential structure of the Universe, everything it rules must obey the Chaos Theory, but there are two different kinds of Chaos. That leading to order... or its opposite to annihilation. We have the right to choose as always. That leading to order demands benevolent actions based on knowledge and logic. And the failure to respond simply implies a return to the Nothingness. At this stage explaining those very concepts refers to utopia, although the only way toward a viable exit. But we've got to wonder who the real utopians are in the end because shooting oneself in the foot or harming beloved ones ultimately is, in this particular case, no more less than extreme masochism and sadism.

There is no Freedom and free will without Kowledge but barbary, failed models and deceits. Truth stands by itself completely. Individualistic humility and cooperation to beat the matrix is thus essential to empower our inalienable rights as Human Beings... shall we succeed?


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