“We approach two paths; one is based on becoming divine by expanding our consciousness, the other is focused on becoming god in a materialistic way using technology. I believe both will become reality, revealing the soul of the decider…” –John Lipscomb, (minute 40, Trance-Formation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0PykgS42wo)
While I think Max Igan has made an important film with Trance-Formation in apprising us of the danger posed by technology, it’s still playing with the classic Gnostic memes, offering a “child’s choice” between good and evil. One has to accept the idea that a human becomes divine by conscious exploration. Igan, Lipscomb, Icke, and others suggest we choose “good”, not because we ARE good but because we must choose –an affect, in this meme, of the primal split in the Godhead. Trance-formation opens with a quote that echos the belief of Hans Jonas: man himself is the origin of all common evil, and no event in our known history was more intentionally designed to force the Choice between good and evil than the creation of atomic weapons. Except maybe invasion by Aliens.
War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness
“War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness”
is a title given to one of the first seven Dead Sea Scrolls
acquired by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. “This kind of apocalyptic sensibility was a discernible strain of Jewish thought at the time of Jesus… Armageddon: the war to end all wars… inevitable conflict [as] the final focus on the dark side of human nature, the ultimate catharsis that ushers in an age of peace.” http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/religion/portrait/scrolltranslation.html
According to wikipedia, the War scroll was published in 1955, seven years after the discovery of the DDS was announced in April of 1948. 1955
was the year of H-bomb detonations in the U.S., no longer ‘experimental’, mass distribution of the first global vaccine, the Salk IPV, and a newly operating nuclear reactor (Soreq) in Israel.
CNN interviews Michio Kaku on Alien Invasion:
Interviewer: “I’m wondering if there can’t be an upside to all this. I’m a big fan of the original Star Trek series and it was only when there were alien civilizations that seemed to challenge the Earth that you found that the Earth got its act together for the kind of global governance that all the visionaries say we’re going to need if we’re going to deal with climate change..[and] all the modern issues [i.e.] global finance… The sovereignty of individual nations is actually a political barrier to solving these big problems. So, can there be an upside to the Alien threat?”
Michio Kaku: “Believe it or not, when President Ronald Reagan met with Mikhail Gorbachev we now know during the transcripts of the meeting that he said if we were ever attacked by the Martians, you and me, the Soviets and the capitalist U.S., would be allies in the fight against the Martians. Well, that’s how Ronald Reagan looked at it and..there’s some truth to it. If we’re faced with a common enemy in outer space it would indeed help to unite the Earth just the way Ronald Reagan said.”
>>>Kaku, a protege of Edward Teller, is a major proponent of Transhumanism, suggesting in the future we choose to merge with machines. In this youtube clip he puts the sexy spin on living forever: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tcigdvlM4E
Kaku says, “it may be twenty years away, it may be a thousand, but most experts agree the technological Singularity is inevitable… We cannot predict what these super-intelligent machines will do. They will have their own goals and may stop at nothing to fulfill them. They may even choose to eliminate everything that stands in their path, including us.” http://www.conspiracy-cafe.com/apps/videos/videos/show/15001679-michio-kaku-nwo-agent-of
Dr. Steven Greer: “This is the biggest story in the history of the United States. This is the biggest secret.. bar none. Nothing comes close, not the H-bomb, and I have a document to prove it. It says that… it was more tightly controlled than even the H-bomb being developed…
“If you’re not willing to put your neck out for something this important, universal peace, interplanetary relations, a new civilization that has no pollution, free energy, abundance for the elimination of poverty in the world, if you’re not willing to take a risk for that, you don’t have a soul. You’re not worthy of breathing the free air of Earth.”
, Greer’s comment is the prevailing tenor in the backstory of the film THRIVE,
s creator and host Foster Gamble expresses his own belief that “people are not that competent” –
not competent as deciders and choosers– a masque for elite contempt that never offers valid choices in the first place. http://jenniferlake.wordpress.com/2012/03/21/thrive-or-threat/
The “free air” of earth no longer exists.
…”Metallic salts have made our air conductive. This means that we and everything around us can transmit and propagate energy… The air no longer supports life in a healthy way… [Another] group of materials found in..environmental samples is unidentifiable fibers… People around the world are developing lesions on their skin that ooze and produce fibers..[that] produce colonies of filaments..[that] continue to grow and reproduce… You’re looking at a tubular fiber with self-replicating internal elements resembling bacteria and behaving like archaea… It appears that within our bodies we now have all three Life Kingdoms replicating themselves… Are we becoming something else?…”
–Sofia Smallstorm, minute 23, From Chemtrails to Pseudo-Life http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzW5Kb8u0Og
[also, see this informative technology page from Dutchsinse on weather control: http://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2012/04/24/want-to-know-about-weather-modification-haarp-vlf-hf-and-chemtrails-want-to-prove-it-to-a-non-believer-here-you-go/
When the dust settles in our new global atmosphere conducive to extraterrestrial manipulation, choked with particulates and carrier waves, we will indeed be
something else. Radiofrequency effects expert Dr. Neil Cherry added that among the deleterious alterations of RF exposure is the opening of the Blood Brain Barrier. www.neilcherry.com
The visionary Cyborgologists Clynes and Kline offered their recommendations for action in 1960: "Altering man's bodily functions to meet the requirements of extraterrestrial environments would be more logical than providing an earthly environment...
"The first lines of the [War] scroll lay the framework for a three-stage conflict between the Sons of Light..and the Sons of Darkness… the writer of the scroll was particularly concerned with..the very final day of battle.. [and] built his encouragement on a biblical theology of rescue… Coupled with this aspect was his understanding that great suffering was part of God’s will for the redeemed… Ultimately, God’s purpose was to exalt the Sons of Light and to judge the Children of Darkness. The message is one of hope… God was preparing to intervene and bring a permanent solution for the problem of evil.
…The Sons of Light and the forces of Darkness shall fight together to show the strength of God… It is a time of distress for all the people who are redeemed… In all their afflictions none exists that is like it, hastening to its completion as an eternal redemption.”
“[The] three-fold corollary of Nihilist thought. First, the corollary of the Nihilist annihilation of the Old Order is the conception of a “new age”–”new” in an absolute, and not a relative, sense. The age about to begin is not to be merely the latest, or even the greatest, of a series of ages, but the inauguration of a whole new time; it is set up against all that has hitherto been. “It may be,” said Nietzsche in a letter of 1884, “that I am the first to light upon an idea which will divide the history of mankind in two”; as the consequence of this idea, “all who are born after us belong to a higher history than any history hitherto.” Nietzsche is, of course, blinded by his pride; he made no original “discovery” but only found words for what had been “in the air” already for some time. Precisely the same idea, in fact, was expressed twelve years earlier by Dostoyevsky in the person of Kirillov, the most extreme of the “possessed”: Everything will be new … then they will divide history into two parts: from the gorilla to the annihilation of God, and from the annihilation of God to the transformation of the earth, and of man physically.”
New Age, New Earth, New Man
The extraterrestrial objective, in its dualistic twin aspects of “manipulative” and “ethical” is described in this essay on Nihilism:
“The first and most obvious item in the program of Nihilism is the destruction of the Old Order. The Old Order was the soil, nourished by Christian Truth, in which men had their roots…Effective war against God and His Truth requires the destruction of every element of this Old Order; it is here that the peculiarly Nihilist “virtue” of violence comes into play… Demagogic incitement of the masses and the arousing of the basest passions for revolutionary purposes have long been standard Nihilist practice… No place is secure from the encroaching empire of this Nihilism; everywhere men feverishly pursue the work of “progress”–for what reason they do not know, or only very dimly sense.. activity that promises forgetfulness of the spiritual emptiness that attends all worldliness… [It] is a cold, inhuman world that men without God are fashioning..; the same spirit is present in the disease of total planning… The destruction of the Old Order, however, and the organization of the “new earth”..are but the preparation for a work more significant and more ominous than either: the “transformation of man.”
This was the dream of the pseudo-Nietzscheans, Hitler and Mussolini, of a “higher humanity” to be forged through a “creative” violence; “this is the mission of our century,” said Hitler’s propagandist Rosenberg: “out of a new life myth to create a new human type.”…Putting aside for the moment the question of what kind of men are to be produced by this process, let us note carefully the means utilized: it is again violence, which is as necessary to the formation of the “new man” as it is to the building of a “new earth.” The two, indeed, are intimately connected in the determinist philosophy of Marx, for “in revolutionary activity, change of self coincides with the change of circumstances.” The change of circumstances, and more to the point, the process of changing them through revolutionary violence, transform the revolutionaries themselves. Here Marx and Engels, like their contemporary Nietzsche, and like Lenin and Hitler after them, subscribe to the mystique of violence, seeing a magical change to be wrought in human nature through indulgence of the passions of anger, hatred, resentment, and the will to dominate. In this regard we must make note also of the two World Wars, whose violence has helped to destroy forever the Old Order and the old humanity, rooted in a stable and traditional society, and has had a large role in producing the new uprooted humanity that Marxism idealizes. The thirty years of Nihilist war and revolution between 1914 and 1945 have been an ideal breeding-ground for the “new human type. “
…[T]he most striking forms of Nihilist Vitalism, whose cumulative effect has been to uproot, disintegrate, and “mobilize” the individual, to substitute for his normal stability and rootedness a senseless quest for power and movement, and to replace normal human feeling by a nervous excitability. The work of Nihilist Realism, in practice as in theory, has been parallel and complementary to that of Vitalism: a work of standardization, specialization, simplification, mechanization, dehumanization; its effect has been to “reduce” the individual to the most “Primitive” and basic level, to make him in fact the slave of his environment, the perfect workman in Lenin’s worldwide “factory.”
…Many thinkers are able to see the clear connection between the Nihilist philosophy that reduces reality and human nature to the simplest possible terms, and a Nihilist practice that similarly reduces the concrete man; not a few, also, realize the seriousness and the radicalness of this “reduction” even to the extent of seeing in it, as does Erich Kahler, a qualitative change in human nature. “(The) powerful trend toward the disruption and invalidation of the individual … manifestly present in the most diverse currents of modem life–economic, technological, political, scientific, educational, psychic and artistic–appears so overwhelming that we are induced to see in it a true mutation
, a transformation of human nature.
…What, more realistically, is this “mutation,” the “new man”? He is the rootless man discontinuous with a past that Nihilism has destroyed, the raw material of every demagogue’s dream; the “free-thinker” and skeptic, closed only to the truth but “open” to each new intellectual fashion because he himself has no intellectual foundation; the “seeker” after some “new revelation,” ready to believe anything new because true faith has been annihilated in him; the planner and experimenter, worshipping “fact” because he has abandoned truth, seeing the world as a vast laboratory in which he is free to determine what is “possible”; the autonomous man, pretending to the humility of only asking his “rights,” yet full of the pride that expects everything to be given him in a world where nothing is authoritatively forbidden; the man of the moment, without conscience or values and thus at the mercy of the strongest “stimulus”; the “rebel,” hating all restraint and authority because he himself is his own and only god; the “mass man,” this new barbarian, thoroughly “reduced and “simplified” and capable of only the most elementary ideas, yet scornful of anyone who presumes to point out the higher things or the real complexity of life.
These men are all one man, the man whose fashioning has been the very purpose of Nihilism. But mere description cannot do justice to this man; one must see his image. And in fact such an image has quite recently been portrayed; it is the image of contemporary painting and sculpture, that which has arisen, for the most part, since the end of the Second World War, as if to give form to the reality produced by the most concentrated era of Nihilism in human history. The human form, it would seem, has been “rediscovered” in this art; out of the chaos of total abstraction, identifiable shapes emerge. The result, supposedly, is a “new humanism,” …But what kind of “man” is it to which this art has “returned”? It is certainly not Christian man, man in the image of God, for no “modern” man can believe in him; nor is it the somewhat diluted “man” of the old humanism, whom all “advanced” thinkers regard as discredited and outmoded. It is not even the “man” disfigured and denatured in the earlier “Cubist” and “Expressionist” art of this century; rather, it begins where that art leaves off, and attempts to enter a new realm, to depict a new man. …little reflection should be required to penetrate to the secret of this art: there is no question of “man” in it at all; it is an art at once subhuman and demonic. It is not man who is the subject of this art, but some lower creature who has emerged (“arrived” is Giacometti’s word for it) from unknown depths.
The bodies this creature assumes (and in all its metamorphoses it is always the same creature) are not necessarily distorted violently; twisted and dismembered as they are, they are often more “realistic” than the figures of man in earlier modern art. This creature, it is clear, is not the victim of some violent attack; rather, he was born deformed
, he is a genuine “mutation.” …Even more revealing than the bodies of these creatures are the faces. It would be too much to say that these faces express hopelessness; that would be to ascribe to them some trace of humanity which they most emphatically lack. They are the faces, rather, of creatures more or less “adjusted” to the world they know, a world not hostile but entirely alien, not inhuman but “a-human.”…Man, in this art, is no longer even a caricature of himself; he is no longer portrayed in the throes of spiritual death, ravaged by the hideous Nihilism of our century that attacks, not just the body and soul, but the very idea and nature of man…
The existence of this “new man, whose faith and hope are directed solely to this world, is but another proof of the success of the Nihilist program. The “new man” in his “positive” form is taken from the same photograph of which the subhumanity we have described is the negative. In the negative he is seen as defeated and denatured by an inhuman world; the pessimism and despair of this image–and this is their only positive significance–are a last feeble protest against the work of Nihilism, at the same time that they are a testimony to its success. In the positive, the “new man” has set about to change the world, and at the same time to change his own attitude to one of acceptance of the modern world which, though imperfect, is the only one he knows; in this image there is no more conflict, for man is well on the way to being thoroughly refashioned and reoriented, and thus perfectly “adjusted” to the new world. The two images are one in issuing from the death of man as he has hitherto been known–man living on earth as a pilgrim, looking to Heaven as his true home–and in pointing to the birth of a “new man” solely of the earth, knowing neither hope nor despair save over the things of this world. …
…The new age, which many call a “post-Christian” age, is at the same time the age “beyond Nihilism”–a phrase that expresses at once a fact and a hope. The fact this phrase expresses is that Nihilism, being negative in essence even if positive in aspiration, owing its whole energy to its passion to destroy Christian Truth, comes to the end of its program in the production of a mechanized “new earth” and a dehumanized “new man”: Christian influence over man and over society having been effectively obliterated, Nihilism must retire and give way to another, more “constructive” movement capable of acting from autonomous and positive motives…
…The hope contained in the phrase, “beyond Nihilism,” is the naive one that it has a spiritual as well as an historical reference, that the new age is to see the overcoming of Nihilism and not merely its obsolescence. The god of Nihilism, nothingness, is an emptiness, a vacuum waiting to be filled; those who have lived in this vacuum and acknowledged nothingness as their god cannot but seek a new god and hope that he will lead them out of the age and the power of Nihilism. It is such people who, anxious to draw some positive significance from their situation, and unwilling to believe that the Nihilism through which our age has passed can be entirely unfruitful, have constructed an apology in which Nihilism, however evil or unfortunate it may be in itself, is seen as the necessary means to an end beyond itself, as destruction preceding reconstruction, as darkness preceding the dawn. If the present darkness, uncertainty, and suffering are unpleasant–so this apology continues–they are at the same time beneficial and purifying; stripped bare of illusions, in the midst of a “dark night” of doubt and despair, one can only suffer these trials in patience and remain “open” and “receptive” to what the omnipotential future may bring. Nihilism, it is presumed, is the apocalyptic sign of the advent of a new and better age.” http://www.columbia.edu/cu/augustine/arch/nihilism.html#4
See comment 4, Race to Space about Robert Goddard, Charles Lindbergh, Harry Guggenheim, Carl Jung, Jack Parsons and L.Ron Hubbard.
“An event in 1958 led Jung to conclude that it was more desirable for people to believe UFOs exist than to believe they don’t exist. One of his final works, Flying Saucers, was an attempt to answer why it was more desirable to believe in their existence. Jung came to the conclusion that UFOs were examples of the phenomena of synchronicity where external events mirror internal psychic states… For Jung the UFO images had much to do with the ending of an era in history and the beginning of a new one… The symbolism of alien abduction is very different than the old one of colonization… colonization..brings with it the possibility of struggle, of emancipation and independence. Abduction, however, recognizes the futility of resistance… abduction involves the sense that things are happening behind our backs. A great paradox is perhaps at the end of this symbolism as Dean concludes her book with the following: ‘To fight colonization, we take control. We don’t fight abduction; we simply try to recover our memories, all the while aware that they could be false, that in our very recovery we participate in an alien plan.’ ” http://www.meta-religion.com/Psychiatry/Analytical_psychology/symbolism_of_ufos.htm