1. the dark magic is reminiscent of the Jack Parsons/Crowley/Hubbard stuff from the 1940’s repeating and the magical alchemy of money BMMS (lol – Babylonian Money Magic System) (2)
2. the ‘two groups fighting resemble the light and the dark brotherhoods of the mystery schools (who believe it or not folks are being controlled by this larger force such that they are both too busy to see that third force)
3. this all kinda goes back to the survivors of the great cosmic war when they blew up a planet, wound up here and have never stopped creating MESS. (of which number two is only the latest iteration)
The cult mentality of all of it is even more concerning. Information on cults:
Humans desire comfort, and in a fearful and uncertain world many turn to cults because they tend to promote exactly that. Jon-Patrik Pedersen, a psychologist at CalTech, has pointed out that cult leaders often make promises that are totally unattainable, but also offered by no other group in society. Such things might include financial security, total health, constant peace of mind, and eternal life — the things every human desires at the deepest level. (savior mentality)
Cults satisfy the human desire for absolute answers.
Those with low self-esteem are more likely to be persuaded by a cult environment.
New recruits are “love bombed.”
Women are more likely than men to join a cult.
Many cult members have rejected religion.
Cults maintain their power by promoting an “us vs. them” mentality.
Cult leaders are masters at mind control.
Ways in which leaders gain control over cult members vary, but some popular methods include:
Public Humiliation: New cult members may be “love bombed” shortly after their arrival, but once they are established members, cult leaders often maintain emotional control through various exercises meant to publicly humiliate a member. One such method involves someone sitting in a chair surrounded by other members, at which time they are required to admit their recent failures, base thoughts, shortcomings, etc.
Self-Incrimination: A favorite tactic of the infamous cult leader Jim Jones, self-incrimination requires cult members to provide their leader with written statements detailing their individual fears and mistakes. The cult leader can then use these statements to shame individual members publicly.
Brainwashing: Cult leaders are known to repeat various lies and distortions until members find it difficult to distinguish between reality and cult life.
Paranoia: To maintain a false sense of comfort, cults often rely on paranoia tactics. Cult leaders convince their victims that a group, their families, and/or the government is out to get them, but that the cult can provide safety. Once a cult member comes to the conclusion that their families and country cannot keep them safe, they begin to worship and put all of their faith in their cult leader. Jim Jones was especially skilled at this mind-control trick. He would encourage members to spy on each other, and consistently spoke through loudspeakers at all hours of the day so that cult members would hear his voice whether awake or asleep.
Cult members often have no idea they’re in a cult.
Cult life can have a dangerous and lasting effect.
He specifically mentions that the “symptoms of temporal lobe epilepsy are similar to those seen or reported as resulted from cult conversions:
loss of libido or altered sexual interest
compulsive attention to detail
humorlessness and sobriety
In case you choose to say, ‘Not Me’…
Before jumping into the specifics, I’d like to briefly discuss an insidious psychological process called the “Self-serving Bias.” This bias leads us to believe that we are immune to the influences that affect the rest of humanity. I run into this bias all the time when describing my work on resistance to persuasion: “I think it’s great that you’re trying to help people resist television ads. Of course, TV ads don’t persuade me…”
The self-serving bias has been demonstrated countless times: the majority of Americans believe they are smarter and better looking than average; most drivers (even those hospitalized for accidents) believe themselves more skilled than the average driver; most smog-breathing Los Angelinos believe themselves healthier than their neighbors; most college students believe they will outlive their predicted age of death by 10 years, and so on.
The most ironic example of the self-serving bias that I’ve ever heard appeared in a social psychology paper written by one of Kelton’s students. After the self-serving bias had been discussed in class, this student wrote:
“I don’t understand why they say the self-serving bias is universal. I mean, I see it in other people, but I personally don’t have a self-serving bias.”
I’m not kidding, the student really wrote that!
What do you do with information you want to have hidden and keep hidden? You swear those who know to secrecy with ideas like the destruction of mankind because mankind cannot handle the power and importance of this information and you hide it behind mystery schools. (1) This causes the information to land in two select groups. One that will have a moral and ethical bent towards the greatest good, and one that will keep and use the information for their own advancement (breakaways and ppl like those who run CERN and HARRP)
IMO we are looking at a worldwide psy-op (cult) that nobody really knows the full extent of, with even the mystery schools, prominent and excellent researchers, governments and alphabet soups and all the others being played as useful-idiots.
We are all being played.
‘…only truth we have is that we have been told untruth for the last 80 years.’
is the only thing we can be sure of, then the world is operating as one giant cult.
And instead of recognizing this most people are acting like captives in a cage scrambling for the biggest scraps that land through the bars, while diligent souls who have real information are drowned out by insignificant and useful idiots such that the mass confusion creates its own control system. Problem solved for the cage tenders.