A Liberal Fraud and Swindle
Moral relativism would have us believe that there is no right and wrong from which we can judge and predict behaviour. It is for the most part the cultural extension of the Aleister Crowley “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law” dictum which has infected the whole of Western culture.
Crowley didn’t invent moral relativism but did put it to good use in his contributions to the engineering of pop culture through the practise of his mental hypnotic “Magick”. Thelema, as it was called, used the term “Magick” to display and differentiate its interpretation of the occult from stage magic. It was defined as “the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will.” This included the use of ritual magic, which we see on brazen display in our movies , music videos, and live performance shows.
Even our politics have become the extension of rituals as was evident last year with the exposure of the “Spirit Cooking” stories involving Clinton campaign manager John Podesta and Hollywood and music icons, such as Jay-Z. It is not a coincidence that Jay-Z openly promotes Crowley’s “Do what thou wilt” philosophy.
Consider the cultural constitution of our Western civilization. Outside of pop culture and media, it is largely based on an educational framework which also promotes liberal ideologies. This left propaganda is spread through Science and Arts programs on college and university campuses. It is “the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will.”
Plato and Aristotle considered moral relativism to be unworkable as the mere idea of there being no definable right and wrong would undermine the very nature of the argument itself. This is likely why the liberal-left is now beginning to demand that the Plato and Aristotle philosophies be no longer taught on campuses.
The concept that there is no right and wrong is fundamentally flawed in that deep within each of us we know that there is indeed the existence of right and wrong. The liberal ideology requires the use of a false rationalization and externalization to accommodate the belief that there is no right and wrong.
If someone does something wrong which hurts someone else it is justified and explained away as a response to victimization. This victim culture stands in contradiction to the argument itself. If there is no right and wrong how can there be victims? Victimization would suggest that someone somehow wronged someone else. But how is this possible under the moral relativism of the liberal-left?
As an example, the left would have us believe that whites owe some form of restitution to blacks. But how is this possible under moral relativism? If there is no right and wrong than slavery was not an evil. The left uses this same logic with Islam and multiculturalism. Western conservatism is wrong because it promotes the idea of right and wrong and the practice of accountability and self-improvement. Moral relativism would dictate that there is no need for self-improvement because improvement would suggest there is a deficit in the first place. Therefore multiculturalism and the spread of Islamic regressive practices stand in opposition to Western conservatism.
The odd alliance between Islam and the left is best understood through this weird paradigm. Like the slavery issue, it is suggested that the West has victimized Islamic nations and as such it is now permissible that Islamic culture invades the West as a form of restitution.
The use of “Magick” in our media and pop culture is meant to undermine our natural and spiritual sense of a moral right and wrong. This has been the case since the beginning of media and pop culture. It is why the Beatles included Crowley on the cover of the Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band album. Ozzy Osborne wrote a song called Mr. Crowley. Jimmy Page had an obsession with Crowley. The list goes on and on. It can be reasoned that our pop culture would not exist as it does if it were not for Crowley.
Even the real “Rocket Man” Jack Parson’s of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the founder of Scientology L. Ron Hubbard attempted a series of rituals which were based on the Crowley ceremony called “The Babalon Working”. It’s purpose was to manifest an individual incarnation of the archetypal divine feminine called Babalon.
When we consider that these rituals took place from January to March of 1946 and compare that time frame to the subsequent cultural obsession with feminism which emerged in the decades after, we are provided with another fertile field of research and cultural exploration.
There is no hidden corner of our culture which does not have some connection or reference to Crowley and those who foolishly followed his rituals. We are only barely scrapping the surface with our few mentions here. The JPL Jack Parson’s reference brings us within the realm of the space race and use of occult symbols by Nasa. Even the Helter Skelter (a Beatles song) cultural scripting included connections to Crowley.
First there is the connection between Charles Manson and a Thelema offshoot in California which was associated with L. Ron Hubbard. Second we find that Manson cult follower Robert Kenneth “Bobby” Beausoleil was connected to another beaut by the name of Kenneth Anger and the film Lucifer Rising. Beausoleil also started a band called, of all things, the “Magick Powerhouse of Oz”. Imagine. The reference to the Wizard of Oz stands alongside the same spelling of Magick as Crowley used.
It would appear Beausoleil even took Kenneth Anger’s name, and the last name “Beausoleil” could easily be interpreted as “the boy of the sun”. Kenneth Anger also wrote a book called Hollywood Babylon.
The Manson murder of actress Sharon Tate and her unborn child took place on August 8, 1969. This was 19 days after the Apollo 11 mission which took place on July 20, 1969, If it took place at all and wasn’t a Hollywood production.
The ritual murder of Tate’s child also took place in advance of the spread of mass abortion in Western culture. Could we interpret the Manson murder rituals as the introduction to the next stage of our culture change and transformation? Maybe.
Obama used the phrase “Change We Can Believe In” as a political campaign tool. Change. Believe. Are you starting to see the meaning of “the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will”?
The false use of moral relativism as a tool of the liberal-left to swindle our culture into participating in a massive ritual is one of the most hidden but open conspiracies which exist. Thinking on the vast amount of connections between Crowley, Thelema, and Western culture leftist mandates and scripting can drive someone insane.
But the patterns do exist. We are participating in the ritual every time we go to the movie theatre. We participate in the ritual every time we listen to popular music and watch videos. We participate in the ritual by just existing in our culture. There is no escape from the ritual as the ritual is now more real than the real world which exists outside of the ritual on the periphery of our senses and consciousness.
The ritual is attempting to change and transform mankind into the homunculus. The homunculus is the artificial man.
Curiously enough it is rumoured that Jack Parson’s attempted to create an homunculus during the atomic bomb tests at the Trinity site as a part of the Babalon Working rituals. Parsons, among many other notable personalities, were also a part of the Ordo Templi Orientis, or OTO, which is an international fraternity who promotes its own twisted and selfish version of the esoteric occult.
All of the above helps explain the contradiction and madness of the liberal-left, as well as the fraud and swindle which has been orchestrated to the detriment of the true moral code. – JC
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