Published On: Mon, Nov 27th, 2017

The science of the age versus technocratic “magic”; there can only be one outcome

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One of the pieces of research that we must do in our science is revisit literature to look for information that might have been hiding for previous readers for want of that relevance that our post-911 perspective can give it. “The Sleepwalkers” by Arthur Koestler, first published in 1959, is the latest to be reviewed at FBEL. For those who haven’t come across this book, its subtitle neatly summarises the content: “A History of Man’s Changing Vision of the Universe”. It relates the tale of human understanding of the cosmos, and of the philosopher-astronomers, where they can be named, who generated it. This book informs that, when the scientific method emerged during the in-between years of the 16th and 17th centuries, it did so as a necessity for understanding the solar system. Ideas had to begin to conform to observational data, and observations could not just be disregarded if they did not suit an idea – as had been the tendency. Johannes Kepler was the first to discipline himself accordingly, and discovered that Mars orbited the Sun in an elliptical orbit. Everyone has heard of Galileo, but Kepler was much more important in ways people scarce realise. For hundreds of years a religio-philosophical dogma prevented anyone – Galileo included – from countenancing anything other than the revolution of planets along courses of perfect circles in the mechanics and movements of the heavens. Make no mistake, Kepler was venerated as a mathematician, but even as he was able to extend elliptical orbits to the other planets and therefore explain, at long last, their wandering travels, he was overshadowed by the controversy that blew up out of Galileo’s arrogance. In his book, Koestler points out that Galileo’s run-in with the Church was entirely avoidable, and to the post-9/11 mind reading it, the goings-on between him and Counter Reformation Rome begin to look like a diversion. Kepler was the real threat who would make the Renaissance count for something, and yet no tales of his persecution (there wasn’t any) help him remain a household name into 2017.

Isaac Newton, again probably much more famous, found a vantage point on Kepler’s metaphorical shoulders to become the chief interpreter of cosmological relationships, and Koestler makes a remark about the prospect of science had there been a variation in this chain of inheritance: “it is at least possible that the scientific revolution would have carried different metaphysical undertones if it had not been fathered by an English empiricist, but, say, a Frenchman with Thomist inclinations, or a German mystic”. (281) The key word is “empiricist”; the conditions in England had long been germinating, and were ready just in time for science (and that, thereafter, there was this phenomenon of an English middle class is not accidental). Between then and now, England suffered the Victorian Masonic/social-Darwinian intervention for preparing conditions for admission into the World State, thus in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, political correctness constricts thought and restricts meaningful human development not unlike it did four hundred years ago. However, simultaneously, there is the same kind of activity amongst the intellectually endowed and the spirit of the age which produced Kepler’s truth. Rather than determining the workings of the solar system, today’s science is intrinsically stitched up in understanding the manner by which human society is ordered – and it isn’t being done by professionals in the groupthinking universities or their groupthinking graduates now in research labs and tech divisions of the corporations.

That the Earth may have circled around the Sun was not a problem for the Catholic Church in the 17th century. It had a policy whereby scripture could not be reinterpreted in respect of any astronomical references because of how they contrasted with what was thought of as strictly seperate mathematical theories. There had to be proof, and Galileo didn’t have any for the Copernican heliocentric (perfect circle) model. He couldn’t have had it, because he wouldn’t touch Kepler’s elliptical orbits with a barge pole. As such, planetary data would never fit a scheme of perfectly circular orbits. Galileo had to bluff, or back down – and his personality, so we are told, wouldn’t let him take the latter course of action. Some people in the Church were provoked too far, but otherwise there was a certain sort of tolerance, and no need for all the drama. The actual hostile reaction to the heliocentric model was in academia – and this cadre included individual men of the church as it did the universities – where the chief problem seemed to have been the same old one: refusal to surrender to a new theory, and give up that which had already received so much intellectual investment.

Conveniently, the furore with Galileo appears to have allowed the real revolution to come and go without much of a mention. Kepler’s elliptical orbits were actual sacrilege because they ended the perfect design which had been associated with the perfect creator mind. But this shouldn’t have worried a follower of Yeoshua. The Bible doesn’t give forth an hypothesis on the workings of the solar system that can either be refuted or confirmed by Man. Indeed, while in one instance there is a mention of “the circle of the earth”, there is also, on another occasion, reference to the always eccentric idea of the world’s four corners as if it is squared. The notion of the circle indicating divine fashioning of the cosmos is as old as the hills – meaning older than the Bible. As sacred geometry, the circle actually represents the unity of the “fifth element” of man – that part of him that is a potential repository for godhood – with the pantheistic god in the cosmos. It is a feature of the Hermetic religion† (Mystery religion) – and there is more. The circling of the heavens is process which is connected with order in the skies that translates on earth into a right – as perceived by the elite – to rule (the reader needs to learn this elementary stuff for himself). Here is what the Hermetica has to say about the subject, or rather, the “Circle of Time”:

Through the process of time
life within the Cosmos
is regulated and maintained.
Time renews all things in the Cosmos
by the circling process of change,
measured by the heavenly bodies
returning to their former positions
as they revolve around the heavens.

And so any idea – and Koestler naturally harbours it himself – that circular revolutions were originally a Greek idea are in fact mistaken. It very much appears that if they are couched in respectable Pythagorian philosophy, then they are supposedly somehow divorced from ancient gobbledegook – which Koestler also talks about: Babylonian and Egyptian cosmologies are domed flat earths, or square affairs with columns at each corner to hold up the sky. However, he also had to recognise the Chaldean priests, 6000 years ago, “standing on watch towers, scanning the stars, making maps and time-tables of their motions”.

What is being described is the attainment of knowledge that will inform the esoteric image of the universe; one that is for the eyes of the priest class only, not the exoteric version that is told to the masses and which makes 20th century historians believe that the Mesopotamians must have been braying asses. Here is the basic feature of Mystery Babylon so that we can recognise it when we see: its exoteric presentations hide a secret truth for the purposes of control.

Furthermore, in his Jewish Antiquities (Book 1, Chapter 8) Flavius Josephus, writing in the first century AD, tells of the Biblical Abraham, sharing certain knowledge in his possession with strangers (indicating he didn’t uphold the necessary priestly secrecy?):

He communicated to them arithmetic; and delivered to them the science of astronomy; for before Abram came into Egypt, they were unacquainted with those parts of learning: for that science came from the Chaldeans into Egypt; and from thence to the Greeks also.

At least Josephus’ claim that knowledge was transmitted from Egypt to Greece had other evidence for it in the writings of the Greeks. Pythagoras sojourned in Egypt – what else for but to become initiated in what had become once again priestly knowledge? The Pythagorian Brotherhood had a big hand in Greek astronomy, and the “Egyptian System” of the cosmos (Koestler thinks the name is a misnomer) happens to be a startlingly modern feature of it. (In this model, Mercury and Venus revolve around the Sun, but it and the other planets revolve around the Earth). The Greeks rediscovered ancient Egyptian knowledge as Italians rediscovered Greek knowledge in the Renaissance. The fact of the matter is that the Babylonian religion was of that same pagan tradition as was transmitted to Rome and absorbed into Catholicism, to mitigate and disarm the teachings of Yeoshua. Let’s face it: this was how circular orbits were sacrosanct.

Now consider something else that Josephus reports about Abraham (Book 1, Chapter 7):

He was a person of great sagacity, both for understanding all things, and persuading his hearers, and not mistaken in his opinions; for which reason he began to have higher notions of virtue than others had; and he determined to renew and to change the opinion all men happened then to have concerning God; for he was the first that ventured to publish this notion, that there was but one God, the Creator of the universe; and that as to other [gods], if they contributed anything to the happiness of men, that each of them afforded it only according to his appointment, and not by their own power. This his opinion was derived from the irregular phenomena that were visible both at land and sea; as well as those that happen to the sun, and moon, and all the heavenly bodies, thus: “If [said he] these bodies had power of their own, they would certainly take care of their own regular motions: but since they do not preserve such regularity, they make it plain that in so far as they co-operate to our advantage, they do it not of their own abilities, but as they are subservient to him that commands them; to whom alone we ought justly to offer our honour and thanksgiving.” For which doctrines when the Chaldeans and other people of Mesopotamia raised a tumult against him, he thought fit to leave that country…

How about this for a turn up for the books? It appears that Abraham thinks that God has arranged the irregularity of the movement of the planets – and this is so scandalous that he had to leave Mesopotamia for the Levant like a Quaker felt the need to go to America. This is probably the first exit from Mystery Babylon (the reader will have the meaning of this phrase explained by and by). First of all let us say this: Josephus is separated from Abraham by a long way in time, therefore, what can we say about the veracity of this history? But in the same vein, we are a long way separated from Josephus and have no access to all the material that he did – so would it be prudent to disregard his histories? So, let’s turn to Abraham’s repudiation of the system by which Mystery Babylon controls. What he is essentially saying is that the planets (or gods) are powerless. This went against the idea that planets were autonomous in an otherwise predictable sky. Furthermore, in the Hermitica it explains that the planets bestow gifts on mankind according to their traits – the basis of astrology, a Mystery Babylon science. Abraham, so Josephus tells us, says they are powerless, have irregularity by order of God, and they serve mankind. So, it is shocking from a Babylonian perspective already. Above that, we can’t get to the bottom of what is meant by “irregular by appointment by God”. It would be too much to imagine that it be anything to do with elliptical orbits.

Well, the dislocation of Abraham into the Lavant has a “hey-ho” quality about it in the Old Testament that doesn’t quite make sense, while the “Abraham in trouble” scenario provides a good reason. As mentioned above, this is the first exit from Mystery Babylon. There are two more to speak of in a Biblical context (unless one counts Noah’s ark), which is Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt (interesting because of how it was achieved by giving the Egyptian priest class a dose of its own medicine), and Yeoshua, in a very different way, leading the new Israelites (nothing to do with Israel) from the Roman one world government. The last two share a feature in that they were one again appropriated by Mystery Babylon – by which we are referring to Davidic Israel (the rule of the kingless by a king, and Canaanite temple building); and the Roman Church.

The fragmentation of the Holy Roman Empire forms a backdrop to the story of Kepler in “The Sleepwalkers” for, as a Protestant in Austria and Bohemia, he finds himself right in the middle of it. As we alight upon the subject in the context, we must ask to what extent can Protestantism can adjudged to be an exit in itself from Mystery Babylon? Martin Luther appears to have been a Rosicrucian – therefore a Mystery School adherent we can place under the umbrella term of Mason. (Just to show that there is nothing black and white in history, Luther did not like the heliocentric model of the solar system).  It is true that by translating the Greek Bible to English and German, the Virgin Mary worship could be seen as being without justification, and as it was legacy Isis devotion, its rejection could be said to be moving out of Mystery Babylon. But many things were retained, for instance the communion, which harks on ancient sacrifice ritual. Calling it the Lord’s Supper doesn’t help; the Lord is Adonais, who may well be the same Adon from Canaan (also related, then, is Dionysus and therefore Dyeus-ptah [Jupiter]), is not an improvement. Protestantism was a denial of power to Rome so that people could worship as per their consciences, and though it wasn’t a withdrawal from Mystery Babylon, it was conducive to the creation of an opportunity that is still open.

Which brings us to modern times; and the important science of the age that is, as promised, akin to the work of Kepler. It is the discovery of the truth despite the political correctness and what has for some time now been dubbed post-normal science. As mentioned above, we recognise Mystery Babylon by its exoteric presentations to hide a secret truth for the purposes of control. That’s why we might make observations that tell us that nutrition cures cancer, but the truth by Establishment consensus is that cancer is incurable, and people better get used to dying from it (for population control). It’s why we might make observations that tell us there is no global warming, but by Governmental decree the truth is that the ice caps are melting, and we had better pay higher taxes to deal with, as futile as that may be (for impoverishment of population). It’s why we might make the observation that chemicals in the environment, combined by psychological manipulation (and, even in some cases, abuse) causes sexual and gender confusion, but by Governmental decree the truth is that there are many more sexualities and genders than one and two respectively, and denying it will mean jail time (for dealing with political enemies). Finally, although there are many more examples that could be produced, we might make the observation that the World Trade Centre was destroyed by a controlled demolition, but again by Establishment consensus, the truth must be that some people who couldn’t fly Cessna aircraft managed to crash passenger jets, at speeds faster than they were capable of at the altitude, into towers that were designed to resist the impact of just that sort of plane, and created structural weakness mainly through the burning of jet fuel (which was in fact combusted as it was thrown without the structures) to the extent that they fell down (for the purpose of draconian state security apparatus and foreign wars).

The real science of the age is about discerning the rules by which human society is ordered, and manipulated, and plunged into one disaster after another. The real scientists of the age are not satisfied that the data that is observable is consistent with the orthodoxy insisted upon by the governing powers, as well as the unthinking majority of the governed who are too cowed, or too lazy to reject convention. Lots of scientists in our discipline say they have the answers, but what they are actually engaged in is circular orbit strawman activity. There aren’t many who care to demonstrate “elliptical reality” – and although history, and the experience of our time, tells us that there doesn’t need to be, we are at a crucial juncture where the madness of our would-be Babylonian overlords is at a tipping point. Their technology, which is always geared towards causing enslavement, is so advanced that one feels that if the entire world goes under Mystery Babylon, it will be for the last time. However, a critical mass of people are engaging with the discoveries of the real science, which means that increasingly the hidden secrets are being exposed. Unfortunately, for the would-be ruling class of the World State, the unpermitted disclosure of their “magic” is tantamount to the stealing of their power. They are going to have it all stolen.

 

† The Cosmic Mind aspect of Atum is at the same time the creator of the universe, and also a pantheistical resident within its very substance. When the priesthood become illumined, they “can commune with the Cosmic Mind”.

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