Saturday, September 16, 2006

Banking On Armageddon: The Revelation Hoax - Part 1

All it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing

This is a quote that has been around for quite some time but I wish I could recall who wrote it first. Having recenlty been caught in some intense discussion that left me pondering, today I'll let the devils' advocate within me offer her two cents. There is a crowd out there who expects to be redeemed and rescued by God at some point down the road and I find this state of mind frightening enough in itself. Not that I am anxious to face the Creator Of All Things, that would make me belong to that very crowd.

Presuming that only The Great One can end the mess pratically overnight is rooted in a cheap logic that spreads laziness and worst a lack of self-confidence. In case you're just speculating on my account I am not a creationist either but I have no problem with the idea or the concept of a Supernatural Intervention which I'd add, has made everything work perfectly, Man included.

The lack of knowledge combined with the path of least resistance will always remain a lethal cocktail in many instances, especially when applied on a large scale and coercively. They also are the ingredients needed to create a climate of serfdom. Organized religions consequently thrive to survive, just like you and me and will always find a way to remain acknowledged. Therefore it shouldn't come as a surprise that the root of the word is the Latin verb ligo, comes religo, to tie or bind over again, to make more fast - from religo. The point I am trying to make is that submission in this particular case may easily mean the irrationality of following The Scriptures word by word, a doctrine which has been instilled over the centuries by the devout religious leaders of the three monotheistic faiths equally. All of which have serious motives to keep things the way they are, in other words stagnant.

Fundamentalism is a very important factor. Without an ultimate threat, that of Armageddon more precisely, the three religions would most likely have merged by now, possibily been replaced with a fourth one . If this hasn't occurred don't look any further than the famous quote when power is at stake: Divide and Conquer.

The People who drafted the chapter of The Revelation were simply geniuses. As much as
those behind our fascistic debt propelled monetary system and so many other social hoaxes. There exist terrifying interpretations of the Four Horsmen but here is an interesting one - that I do not endorse per se. Today and unless one is gravely illiterate nobody should doubt that some parts of the Bible have been gravely corrupted, twisted to suit the interests of TPTB (read: The Powers That Be) thousand years ago and this to serve further agendas rightfully. Have you ever noticed the recurrent and intriguing trend about just every religion: they all generated their own dark-ages after a golden age phase, why is that?

Who can regulate our fears is the master of everything.Anyone having achieved high school is aware that spiritual fears have dominated Man's realms throughout the ages. Though it should strike us as odd that Jesus' words do not allude for certain to eternal damnation in The Gospel of Judas. This has always been what the Gnostics and the Christian Anarchist theological and social philosopher Jacques Ellul believed by the way. Why should I consider such points of view today, would you ask? Well in time of universal deceit the Devil wears pink and mainstream ideas are like highways, they provoke collisions in chain. Being in the majority alters behaviors, too often makes humans resemble a herd of sheep jumping off a cliff. On a more existential level, it is a proven fact that historically many societies - among which some were very advanced - have existed and been destroyed, wiped out... before ours. After all the only thing that doesn't change is the change itself. Not that I consider myself an alarmist, I have kept in the back of my head that the Mayan Calendar ends December 21, 2012 exactly. Creepy ins't it?

Realistically every civilization has prophets warning the crowds of "the end of days" in their own languages and metaphors though but on the other hand we can firmly embrace the conclusion that "Life On Earth" always survived. Even after the symbolic fall of Sodom And Gomorrah or even Babel for example. Although ancient civilizations are not my field of expertise I can tell you that I subscribe to the view that history ought to be debamboozled seriously.

Should hidden history keep you guessing, here is a book titled
The Disinformation Guide to Ancient Civilizations which may help you see through the fog. Going back to our Armageddon D-day, while it is true that any disaster can cause apocalyptic death rates, it does't mean that the planet will be annihilated. Unlike us Mother Nature can forecast everything. While TPTB behind this war without end want us to focus on rooting out evil under the pretense of avoiding Armageddon, I would ask you to take a cold but very close look at the arm race and war cycles and how they originate. One does not need to have a Mensa registered IQ to grasp the role played by progressive taxation, without which TPTB couldn't find a way to finance them.

This reality becomes even more painful and awful knowing that every citizen is supposed to pay for his protection but remains at the mercy of an out-of-control corporate sponsored government whose plots will shatter his life or that of his beloved ones eventually. Ask you this silently: how many wars per century? One thing is more than certain: the Armageddonites are very close to their most intimate wish and it is all what counts in their eyes. Yet again this upcoming taxpayer induced Day Of Reckoning must be rejoicing them. Whatever happens remember that lies are exponential and cause highly damaging bubbles of cherished delusions.

Still banking on Armageddon?


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