July 15, 2010 2 Comments
Hipster extraordinaire F.N. r0b gives us his effin weekly review, bra!
Serious Analysis of Cultural Trends and Geo-politics
July 11, 2010 2 Comments
Everyone hated it, but I liked it. I also like the 70s one with Donald Sutherland, too. I haven’t seen the original, but Leonard Maltin gives it 4 stars. Anyway, this modern one is good in that it alerted us to the dangers of vaccines and how those who worship the state and the media are more or less under mind control by an “alien” power. I’m reading the alien virus aspect as a symbol for the brainwashed masses. Another key aspect was the idea that the controllers have drugged the water supply. I sincerely do think this film is warning us about things like sodium fluoride in the water, as articles like this show to have adverse health effects, including Soviet usage in concentration camps to produce lethargy – precisely how those body-snatched in the film behaved. Likewise, those brainwashed are taken over when they “fall asleep.” In other words, unless you wake up to the chemical warfare being waged on you by men like John Holdren, you’re doomed.
July 11, 2010 4 Comments
Justin’s Hortatory Address is interesting. In it we see an apologetic for a convert from Greek philosophy and religion to early Roman Christianity. What is more interesting is the appeal to the so-called perennial philosophy as an apologetic defense against Greek polytheism. Many fathers cite the tradition that Pythagoras, Plato, Orpheus and Sibyl relate a tradition that comes from Egypt, not as paganism, but from Moses. Indeed, this is very plausible, though discarded by moderns. The reason it’s discarded is that it presupposes the veracity of the biblical texts, particularly the Law and prophets, which were the first to be attacked by Luther’s reformation sons and daughters through higher criticism, through Satanically-inspired men like Julius Wellhausen.
Justin refers interestingly to The Timaeus as well, which I recently read, where an Egyptian priest relates to Solon, who then relates to Socrates, the ancient tradition of creation that is somewhat monotheistic. So we see that the ancient occult lineage of polytheism at places intertwines with the true monotheistic lineage as maintained by the prophets of the true God, but most strikingly, what emerges is that the Egyptian and Greek lineage of this “tradition” clearly become corrupted and introduce polytheism. The Timaeus does just this, introducing demiurges and co-creator gods along with God. Many scholars retrace this Egyptian period to Rameses II and the Hyksos, which may have been the period when Joseph ruled in Egypt. This also raises interesting questions about Egyptian monotheism and the resurrection. It makes sense that, given the presence of the Jews in Egypt, the Egyptians would have adapted some of their doctrines, especially if Moses and Joseph had been among them and taught the doctrine of the one, true and pure religion. Read more of this post
July 11, 2010 2 Comments
TechnoCalyps – TransHuman, pt. I - a documentary.
We shall be as gods! (psyke!) Some of this is really amusing. Especially where the brain cells are placed on microchips to meld man and robot. We have been warned about blending species and kinds:
9 “You shall not sow your vineyard with different kinds of seed, lest the yield of the seed which you have sown and the fruit of your vineyard be defiled.
10 “You shall not plow with an ox and a donkey together.
11 “You shall not wear a garment of different sorts, such as wool and linen mixed together.”
19 ‘You shall keep My statutes. You shall not let your livestock breed with another kind. You shall not sow your field with mixed seed. Nor shall a garment of mixed linen and wool come upon you.