“Amassing details about the Illuminati or corruption isn’t going to save us. We can foil the Satanists by having a moment-to-moment relationship with God. They hate that. Nothing would infuriate them more than a massive worldwide religious revival.”
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
We are becoming more “externalized” than ever. What does that mean?
We seek satisfaction, knowledge and meaning outside ourselves, i.e. our souls. We depend on “ego strokes” the world gives us for our happiness. Facebook has turned us into “likes” addicts. If we write on someone’s wall, and they don’t notice, we are miffed. If someone doesn’t want us to be “linked in”, we are despondent.
We are like the squealing chicks waiting for benefactors to bring us juicy worms in the form of money, sex or recognition. This sense that our happiness comes from outside is the source of all addictions.
OUR BIGGEST MISTAKE
The biggest mistake is assuming that others know better than we. The truth, in Thoreau words, is that “all anyone knows is the wind that blows.” The human race is pretty clueless as to where it came from, why it is here and where it is going. Satanists control education and the mass media and their first priority is denying the existence of God, and our spiritual connection to Him.
We are born alone, tread a solitary path, and meet our maker alone, yet we spend our lives evading Him. This Self evasion is experienced as emptiness and loneliness. Looking for diversion or guidance from outside, is looking into a “wilderness of mirrors.” (T.S. Eliot) When we watch a movie or even listen to music, we are stuck in the mind of the “creative artist.” How many are in a better place than we?
Entertainment rarely inspires, uplifts or nurtures the spirit. Human companionship often leaves us feeling dissatisfied and empty.
I once saw this graffiti: “If you hate being alone, other people must find you boring too.”
We would never be lonely if we realized God was our constant companion by virtue of our soul.
The Illuminati Satanists have made “God” a dirty word. They closed our minds to God but He cannot be evaded. He is Reality: Truth, Goodness, Justice, Love, Beauty, things we all crave because they are inherent in our spiritual nature.
Imagine our soul is the light emanating from a slide projector. The slides are our thoughts. These slides are provided by entertainment and the mass media. We see a thought-slide of a sexy person and “we” feel lust. We see a stock going up and “we” feel another kind of lust- greed.
Our friends are usually controlled by the same thought-slides and demand conformity from us.
Our real identity is not the mind or its thought-slides. It is the light. By keeping our minds still (blank), or thinking constructive or even pious thoughts, we can experience the light, which is immanent truth, beauty, goodness, and love.
“Muddied water, let stand, becomes clear,” said Lao Tzu.
Cambridge Platonist poet Henry More(1614-1687) wrote:
“When the inordinate desire after knowledge of things was allayed in me, and I aspired after nothing but purity and simplicity of mind, there shone in me daily a greater assurance than ever I could have expected, even of those things which before I had the greatest desire to know.”
(“My soul is a candle that burned away the veil; only the glorious duties of light I now have.” St John of the Cross.)
Amassing details about the Illuminati or world corruption isn’t going to save us. We can foil the Satanists by having a moment-to-moment relationship with God. They hate that. Nothing would infuriate them more than a massive, worldwide religious revival. This is the only thing that will stop the NWO.
God is not an abstraction or something to be found in books. He is our soul. The light from the projector. The life-force. We need only locate Him in our being and defer to Him in our words and deeds. This is the essence of all true religions. Islam, for example, means “Obey.”
Gradually, our identity shifts from the thought-slides to the light, and we distance our self from our animal behavior.
This is the purpose of life. Self-perfection. By becoming the light. By shining the light. I expect Jesus literally shone.
This quest is the dedicated life. I haven’t been able to achieve this but at least I have a goal.
I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by a conscious endeavor,” Thoreau wrote in “Walden.”
“It is something to carve a statue…but it is far more glorious to carve …the very atmosphere and medium through which we look, which morally we can do. Every man is tasked to make his life, even in its details worthy of the contemplation of his most elevated and critical hour.”
By making our thoughts conform to our soul, instead of the world, we create our own heaven. All great religions teach us to control our thoughts. Our minds are altars and our thoughts are offerings to God.
“Muddied water, let stand, becomes clear,” said Lao Tzu.
In the Hindu tradition, mind discipline is called “Raja Yoga.” By learning to meditate, we learn to have constructive thoughts. The key is to treat your thoughts as though they were a stranger’s, and edit them. If you master this skill of detachment, you will never be depressed, never go mad for the simple reason that
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THOMAS A KEMPIS
For those who dismiss this as “New Age” I conclude with excerpts from Book One, Chapter 20 of “The Imitation of Christ“ by Thomas a Kempis. I don’t advocate the life of a Monk, as he does. But there is some truth we can take away.
he words of poet Henry More (1614-1687) are also relevant.
“When the inordinate desire after knowledge of things was allayed in me, and I aspired after nothing but purity and simplicity of mind, there shone in me daily a greater assurance than ever I could have expected, even of those things which before I had the greatest desire to know.“
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The Love of Solitude and Silence
Very many great saints avoided the company of men wherever possible and chose to serve God in retirement.
“As often as I have been among men,” said one writer, “I have returned less a man.”
We often find this to be true when we take part in long conversations. It is easier to be silent altogether than not to speak too much. To stay at home is easier than to be sufficiently on guard while away.
Anyone, then, who aims to live the inner and spiritual life must go apart, with Jesus, from the crowd.—JOHN V. 13. …
…Sensual craving sometimes entices you to wander around, but when the moment is past, what do you bring back with you save a disturbed conscience and heavy heart? A happy going often leads to a sad return, a merry evening to a mournful dawn. Thus, all carnal joy begins sweetly but in the end brings remorse and death...
Leave vanity to the vain. Set yourself to the things which God has commanded you to do. Close the door upon yourself and call to you Jesus, your Beloved. Remain with Him in your cell, for nowhere else will you find such peace. If you had not left it, and had not listened to idle gossip, you would have remained in greater peace. But since you love, sometimes, to hear news, it is only right that you should suffer sorrow of heart from it.