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    A Compendium Worthy of Study


    Free books are linked in many threads throughout this site - here are some.

    The list of wanna-be cults and leaders is longer than this list which would take thousands of hours to wade through.


    The next author is addressing a whole host of issues near and dear to my heart. I like to think I have taken what some detractors have labelled 'conspiracy theory' into a new realm. I consider this genre to be Progressive and liberal both politically and scientifically. It does not cringe from facts but prioritizes possible actions and seeks pragmatic plans. First step being informing oneself and our 'brothers'. Father de Chardin called it a "Conspiracy of Love". There are many actual conspiracy theorists who work for the behemoth and get good money from their sheople or the government. I have quoted Fritz Springmeier and Tom Horn - they are telling some truth and weaving the usual agenda into it. We have contributors at W-M who are doing the same.

    Here is more from a great source.

    My involvement with Epigraphy (see above) included many shamans and studies thereof. There is much to be recommended in shamanism - it is what we need to re-learn and that which started our cultures a very long time ago. I think it originates with the animals we evolved from. Consider how much better off we would be if psychiatry was helpful and giving a way of living. Those two things are intricately involved with each other - in extended communities. Mental health includes being open and caring. It does not help to categorize and alienate or marginalize. That is true whether you look at the individual or a society bent on spending money to manage those that have been marginalized. Shamans are not Democrats or Republicans, and once they practise priestcraft or politics they become mere shadows of what they can BE.
    Pierre Auguste Belmont who is the benefactor of the Eastern Star masonic outreach as well as The Preakness was a Rothschild agent like J. P. Morgan.

    You might find this site is truly super-enlightment or illuminizing as they deftly and ironically avoid exploring. You will find a starting point for learning many things of value.

    Enjoy a story or three.

    Adam brings us a valuable trove including Samuel Beckett.

    In this link we have connections of Ptolemy (see thread) to Eastern thought and variations but confirmation of knowledge through contact. All astrological knowledge was part of the Pentagon Dodecahedron and some day the Antikythera will be more fully understood as it was in the time of Poseidonius whose writings were destroyed.

    Many insights to Scientology have value in normal people's lives as well.

    Radio Free Europe is a good look into the world.

    Many good reports and articles here.
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    This link has many rabbit holes and burrows to dig in. I notice a fake Gospel of Satan.

    If war in the mideast and de-stabilization of this ripped off people is your concern - here is a good place to start.

    Do not scoff at all myths - there is much to be gained herein.

    Here is a wealth of great quotes from great people.

    Noam Chomsky, Toward A New Cold War:

    "To ask serious questions about the nature and behavior of one's own society is often difficult and unpleasant: difficult because the answers are generally concealed, and unpleasant because the answers are often not only ugly -- in foreign affairs, roughly in proportion to the power of the state -- but also painful. To understand the truth about these matters is to be led to actions that may not be easy to undertake and that may even carry a significant personal cost. In contrast, the easy way is to succumb to the demands of the powerful, to avoid searching questions, and to accept the doctrine that is hammered home incessantly by the propaganda system. This is, no doubt, the main reason for the easy victory of dominant ideologies, for the general tendency to remain silent or to keep fairly close to official doctrine with regard to the behavior of one's own state and its allies and dependencies, while lining up to condemn the real or alleged crimes of its enemies."

    This appears to be a teacher resource focused on the 17th C. in Britain. Some interesting insights on what does not matter.


    This is a link for the true adventurer with no belief and a strong awareness of the SELF.

    This site is cogent and coherent with science making philosophical sense and vice versa, most of the time. You might have to browse for it on your own.

    You should know that Hitler said he was 'the torch-bearer for Jesus' and that he knew more about the family of Jesus than you (probably) do. His studies were extensive before he took power and began to fulfill the Thule Society need for a German Messiah which Eckart proclaimed him to be upon their first meeting. That means (to me) Eckart was part of the controlling group who molded Hitler since his father took the same occult courses for five years in Vienna and then raised his son to be what he became, as best he could.

    The archetype to avatar issue is hard to disassemble because a person becomes obsessed and to some degree possessed by the knowledge they gain. I do not regard Hitler as an avatar like Devi did or Eckart with his Messiah implant, but I suppose there were times (for some people) when he was at that level.

    The blogspot which follows is very good, I am glad there is so much more addressing these things I dealt with in my books and involvement on the web for five years over a decade ago. It has many other quotes from Hitler and addresses what Jung wrote about Hitler as an archetype or avatar of Wotan.

    "Julius Evola who was critical of the Third Reich states in Notes on the Third Reich[1964]:

    "Everything gravitated around a man with exceptional abilities for captivating, transporting, arousing and fanaticising the people, while he himself presented under more than one aspect the traits of a possessed person, as if an extraordinary force were acting through him, giving him lucidity and iron logic in action, but depriving him of every sense of limit."
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    There is a wealth of insight via commentary to be found if a person seeks to impress others.

    Kabbalistic Gnostic scholarship and courses.

    For great articles on true history focused upon women.

    Runs the gamut of skeptical argument.

    For the Conan Doyle admirers.

    One of my good accounts in Los Angeles was the colleges at Claremont. Ms. Dawson-Gonzales was the bookstore manager and she and I often chatted about many things. Here we have a source on scrolls I consider to be more important than the Dead Sea Scrolls as far as religion is concerned, Marvin Meyer and other scholars at Claremont have done good work shedding light on a Jesus with something we can learn from. I suppose this source deserves a thread of it's own.

    Stephan Hoeller has these words to say about extreme early polemicists like those employed by Rome. He also correctly characterizes those who seek to point fingers rather than study. Perhaps most important of all he correctly points out the early authors which are often quoting the Gospels could not in all honesty really say Gnostics were heretical because there was no orthodoxy.

    "The politicized view of Gnosticism continues to have its adherents, but these are increasingly recruited from the lunatic fringe. Gnostics are still represented as dangerous subversives in pulp magazines and obscure conspiracy pamphlets "exposing" Freemasons, Satanists, and other pests. Meanwhile, respectable conservative thinkers have dropped the Gnostic issue. Some, like scholar and former U.S. Senator S.I. Hayakawa, have subjected Voegelin and his theories to severe criticism and ridicule.

    Traditionalist Difficulties

    Another sometimes confusing voice comes from writers who are bent on proving that within the existing major religions a secret tradition of gnosis may be found which is not identical to the "heretical" Gnosticism of the early Christian centuries. In his 1947 work The Perennial Philosophy, Aldous Huxley promulgated a kind of gnosis that was in effect a mystery reserved for elites, revealed at the dawn of history and handed down through various religious traditions, where it still maintains itself in spite of its ostensible incompatibility with the official dogmas of those traditions. With this view, Huxley approximated the more radical position held by Traditionalists such as René Guénon and Frithjof Schuon.

    Huxley, on the other hand, never passed judgment on anyone who called himself a Gnostic. One could only wish the same could be said of other Traditionalists. Followers of Guénon (who, born a Catholic, converted to Islam in a somewhat untraditional manner) often castigate the early Gnostic teachers in a manner reminiscent of the more extreme ancient polemicists like Irenaeus or Tertullian. The Traditionalists' division of Gnostic writers into "false Gnostics" and "authentic Gnostics" reflects standards that are nothing if not arbitrary; contemporary research indicates that during the first three of four centuries A.D. there was as yet no true orthodoxy and thus no heresy either. Instead, many opinions on religious matters, including gnosis, flourished side by side. Certainly there were disagreements, but to arbitrarily extrapolate standards of falsity and authenticity from these polemics does not seem justified."

    There are many mystical articles and avenues including Tesla and Imhotep in this site. It is biased towards one perspective from Kabbalah. Caveat Emptor.
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    The free digital books being done by Google have many issues including poor editing and review of the letters with accents or olde english etc.. The ones which follow might have use for me to peruse and I am placing them here even though they are not easy to read.

    This book by Smedley Butler should have been used in schools a long time ago, it still has relevance.

    Full text of "The history of Ireland to the coming of Henry II"
    {To present Roman era Ireland as if it is EARLY is a travesty against my heart.}
    The offering of children by fire in the Tophet in the Valley of Hinnom, near the .... Avienus adds that the Carthaginian colonists and seamen generally passed ...... the notion of founding an hereditary dynasty ruling in the order of primo- geniture.

    Full text of "The whole works of the most Rev. James Ussher ...

    {They say he was Primate of all Ireland - he definitely was a primate - question is - what kind?}

    47 ; 214, at synod of Carthage, called sacerdotes by Prosper, v. ...... 291 ; on rights of primo- geniture, xiii. ...... 24 ; visits Christopher Goodman at Chester, i.

    Full text of "Biographical sketches of eminent American ...
    ... between the republics of Greece, Rome and Carthage, and that of America? ...... He was again appointed a del* gate to this Congress, with Christopher ...... another to destroy the right of primo- geniture, a third to give religious liberty and ...

    Full text of "The history of the decline and fall of the Roman ...
    The exile of the popular candidate to Carthage and Sardinia inflamed the ...... eyes, and his four brotheis, Chris* topher, Nicetas, Anthemeus, and £udoxas, were ...... the claims of primo- geniture and merit were fortunately uniled ; ius swarthy ...

    Full text of "Mein Kampf" - Internet Archive Here is the above once browsed for.

    Full text of Cicero. De oratore - Internet Archive

    Browsed -=

    Originally entrusted with the execution of both these volumes, he had done much preliminary work on the text and translation of Book I, when reasons of health ...

    Israel good news

    Archived articles from a coin history site, now defunct.

    In what way do men think it is OK for them to screw around and then get perturbed when women enjoy themselves? Is it part of a man's basic insecurity or is there really a god given right? People of all genders do what they do and those who marry others who do something they do not like must learn to support or get over it. This book displays uncommon ignorance.

    “No one is free who has not obtained the empire of himself. No man is free who cannot command himself.”
    -- Pythagoras

    The link following includes an embedded book by Manly Hall which is well worth reading. Much of the rest of the Occult politics segment is covered here already but it is pretty much everywhere on the web, already. It is good to see there is a growing availability of the superficial aspects of reality. Yes, globalists have said what they want - and why. When will idiots tell us their agenda and plan?

    A Dictionary of terms in religion.


    Includes some extreme POVs.

    Though the following says we have many ancient historians and geographers and books they wrote - they do not. The works of Poseidonius are quoted by others and I think his originals were too instructive about the origins of actual inventions and culture so they had to be destroyed. His work is quoted by Herodotus who was ridiculed for writing fictions (now proven by archaeology - Amazons and Sybaris are examples). Then there is the usual matter of journalists writing things to appease or please their masters or employers.
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