The Grand Man – Chapter One

The 47th Proposition of Euclid

By JC Collins

PROP. XLVII. The human mind has an adequate knowledge of the eternal and infinite essence of God.

– The Ethics, or Ethica Ordine Geometrico Demonstrata, by Benedict de Spinoza, 1677

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When I was a child my father taught me how to square walls and build things.  Not mastering the square part I built things anyway.

One of the most widely read works of the ancient world was called Elements, a series of 13 books written by the Greek mathematician Euclid.  The work was completed in Alexandria in 300BC, and covered the major mathematical and geometric concepts of the time.  One of the problems, or propositions, is number 47, and covers the Pythagorean Theorem which postulates the hypotenuse of a right triangle.

The 47th Proposition of Euclid is important in the masonic mysteries as it is the method by which the true square of the square is determined.  The square, a tool used to ensure matters are square, is the perfect tool to reshape the rough-hewn corner stone into a perfect stone which can then be laid perfectly.

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The First False Flags

Money Changers and the Great Fire of London in 1666

By JC Collins

“There is no proletarian, not even a Communist movement, that has not operated in the interests of money, and for the time being permitted by money – and that without the idealists among its leaders having the slightest suspicion of the fact.”

  • Oswald Spengler

The much utilized term “false flag” can mean a number of different things, from one sudden devastating event, to a slow burn series of events, and everything in between.  In fact, the overall expansive proposition of the term is so broad that it is ineffective at conveying the overarching intent and methodology of the engineering that goes into the creation of such things.

A more appropriate terminology would be Cultural and Socioeconomic Interception, which we will refer to from here on as CSI, capitalizing on the conscious familiarity of the term already in use by mass media entertainment in numerous television shows.

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PrimNomics – The First Division

Fragmentation in Pursuit of Self-Preservation

By JC Collins

“He is led by an invisible hand to promote an end which was no part of his intention.”

  • Adam Smith, An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, 1776

On March 9, 1776, the book titled The Wealth of Nations, a compilation of economic essays by Adam Smith, was published.  This was in the early days of the American War for Independence and the air was full of hope and transformation.  On May 1 of the same year the secret society known as the Illuminati was founded by Adam Weishaupt.  And later that year, in December, Thomas Paine writes the now famous line in which in which he states:

“These are the times that try men’s souls.”

When we reflect from our vantage point today do we find that the times are any different?  The souls of men are still being challenged and invisible hands still appear to be guiding events in the direction that the majority do not wish to be moving.  Secret societies are still in the background manipulating the disorganized masses, as can be attested too by the overwhelming masonic symbolism in our socioeconomic environment, and the world stands on the cusp of a constant revolution.  A revolution which never seems to materialize.

When one trends the revolutions and cultural transitions which have taken place over the last few thousand years a clear pattern emerges.  This pattern tells of a process by which specific segments of the old are incorporated into the new for the purpose of conscious familiarity.  Whether its economics, cultural mandates, religious dogma, or social structure, what once was is now new and all things appear as sporadic and natural progressions.

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