The Dogs of War
April 23rd, 2016
The father of mass media mind control, Edward Bernays just happens to have been the nephew of Sigmond Freud… A little known fact is that Freud popularized cocaine as a panacea….. and then he had the nerve to propagate a theory that the root of neurosis is repressed sexuality???… What utter nonsense. And anyone who has experienced cocaine knows it makes people horny…
“No scientist today believes in a Freudian unconscious, complete with its own quirks and urges, scheming to delude the conscious mind.” Scientific American
“Vladimir Nabokov said the two great evils of the 20th century were Marx and Freud. He was absolutely correct. Freud has saturated our culture. People operate on Freudian theory in almost everything they do and they’re completely unaware of it. I’m really sensitive to how Freudian theory seized the day, because as a novelist I once wrote characters with complete Freudian backgrounds. The basic assumption of Freud is that none of us is responsible for what we are: What we are is a consequence of what our parents did to us, what our culture did to us, what society did to us, the injustices we’ve suffered. So, in essence, we’re victims. What we do as a society is seek simple answers. Freudianism is a simple answer: If what everybody does is simply a result of what was done to them as a child by their parents, or their culture, then they’re not really responsible. All we have to do is put them through a 12-step program and they’ll cease being a serial killer or whatever. That’s so grossly simplistic. And yet it has dominated the thinking of our century, especially our legal system.” –Dean Koontz, as quoted in Nick Gillespie & Lisa Snell, “Contemplating Evil: Novelist Dean Koontz on Freud, fraud, and the Great Society”, Reason magazine, 1996
The Ponerology Factor: Over centuries, those psychologists and philosophers who would get the funding, the sponsorship, the tenure and whose works would get taught in universities and accepted a science would be those whose theories and ideas helped the rulers to control the peasants..
A rather poor example: Stalin had the brilliant Bechterev killed, whose writings explained various means of conditioning, and whose ideas were brilliantly explained by Andrew Salter in Conditioned Reflex Therapy.. Stalin, and other totalists used the ideas of Pavlov, and it is due to this reliance that men could be conditioned to be “good dogs” of war. It is just seems common sense. Ideas that tend to set minds free to think outside of the established control matrix of society have been suppressed since the beginning of time, not only today.
“If you want justice seek truth, if you want truth, follow the money” Solon 500 BC
“For war is essentially the health of the State” Randolph Bourne 1918
Seven Points to Ponder
Edit Nov 18, my 66th Birthday
The real WWIII is mankind vs. the psychopaths
1) So many religions, so many sects, they can’t all be right. What is important is not who is right, but that they encourage men treat one another decently.
2) The arguments between the religions are all between their prophets, and their editors, translators, book burners, inquisitors and demonizers.
The God is the same God. The pagan gods of antiquity were demonized to help install the one god, one church control matrix. The gods of antiquity as well as the multiple deities of current belief systems should be viewed as facets of brilliant diamond. The diamond is the creator, God, the facets are different faces, characters, manifestations of that creator, the great white spirit.
3) I believe there is a constant transmission throughout all creation, that carries these truths, and those that manage to silence their egos, and then silence the noise of constant thinking in their minds… sometimes can tune in to this transmission, if they listen in silence, long enough
4) That some of these prophets got reception than others is no reason to go to war. That some of them should have slapped the side of their sets a few more times to get a better picture, is no reason to go to war.
5) Those that profit from lies, profit from war and have been using religion as a scapegoat to further their own PROFITS for thousands of years.
6) Those who profit from lies, profit from war and have been using RACE as a scapegoat to further their own PROFITS for thousands of years.
7) And Those that think they own us seek to keep us at each other’s throats
lest we unite at theirs.
The screed above is dedicated to Commander Alexey Mozgovoy
“War is the greatest injustice. We are not fighting the culprits. Those who pay, who incite, who use the media to make people turn against each other – this is who we should fight against.” – Alexey Mozgovoy, commander of the “Ghost” brigade, killed May 23, 2015
by a sniper from Azov Battalion who fight for the puppet government in Kiev, Ukraine which was installed and financed by the USA after we stole their gold.
PS: Below: This is selfie of one unit of AZOV Battalion:
Edit: Oct 22,2016 WWIII from a psychological perspective LINK
Edit: July 12th 2017
Note #7 above Like scissors cuts paper, perspective cuts framing..
One hour video perspective by Michael Black:
The following was rejected by Quora for reasons I was too impatient to try to understand, it is something that was not on the net anywhere except as a note on my Facebook page. May I present a few paragraphs from a book by Professor Francis Yates at University of Chicago, from the book “The Art of Memory”. When I read this lovely screed it induced thinking for several days, I hope you get as much pleasure out of it as I did:
The Lament (or the apocalypse) by Hermes Trismegistus translated from Ficino by Prof Francis C. Yates, University of Chicago (The Yates translation is more accurate, prior translations popularized in the west took great liberties) Hermes is also known as Thoth, The High Priest of Egypt. This was Thoth speaking to his son. (c) from the beginning of Egypt..translation (c) F.C. Yates
Note: ‘demiurge’ is an old word for the creator of the physical universe, if you recognize similar biblical stories, this may be a source for some of the revelations and predates the old testament. This was typed in by my hand, all typos are my own, this is Hermes speaking to his son Asclepius, about 5000 years ago.
by Hermes Trismegistus
There will come a time when it will be seen that in vain have the Egyptians honoured the divinity with a pious mind and with assiduous service. All their holy worship will become inefficacious. The Gods, leaving the earth will go back to heaven; they will abandon Egypt; this land, once the home of religion, will be widowed of its gods and left destitute. Strangers will fill this country, and not only will there no longer be care for religious observances, but, yet a more painful thing, it will be laid down under so-called laws, under pain of punishments, that all must abstain from acts of piety or cult towards the gods. Then this holy land, the home of sanctuaries and temples, will be covered with tombs and the dead.
O Egypt, Egypt, there will remain of the religion only fables, and thy children in later times will not believe them; nothing will survive save words engraved on stones to tell of thy pious deeds. The Sythian or the Indian, or some other such barbarous neighbor will establish himself in Egypt. For behold the divinity goes back up to heaven; and men, abandoned, all die, and then, without either god or man, Egypt will be nothing but a desert.
Why weep, O Asclepius? Egypt will be carried away to worse things than this; she will be polluted with graver crimes. She, hitherto most holy, who so much loved the gods, only country of earth where the gods made their home in return for her devotion, she who taught men holiness and piety, will give example of the most atrocious cruelty. In that hour, weary of life, men will no longer regard the world as (a) worthy object of their admiration and reverence.
This All, which is a good thing, the best that be seen in the past, the present, and the future, will be in danger of perishing, men will esteem it a burden; and thenceforth they will despise and no longer cherish this whole of the universe, incomparable work of God, glorious construction, good creation, made up of an infinite diversity of life forms, instrument of the will of God who, without envy, pours forth his favour on all his work, in which is assembled in one whole, in harmonious diversity, all that can be seen that is worthy of reverence, praise and love.
For darkness will be preferred to light; it will be thought better to die than to live; none will raise his eyes towards heaven; the pious man will be thought mad, the impious, wise; frenzied will be thought brave, the worst criminal a good man. The soul and all the beliefs attached to it, according to which the soul is immortal by nature or forsees that it can obtain immortality as I have taught you — this will be laughed at and thought nonsense. And believe me, it will be considered a capital crime to give oneself to the religion of the mind.
A new justice will be created and new laws. Nothing holy, nothing pious, nothing worthy of heaven and of the gods who dwell there, will be any more spoken of nor will find credence in the soul.The gods will separate themselves from men, deplorable divorce. Only the evil angels will remain who will mingle with men, and constrain them by violence — miserable creatures — to all excesses of criminal audacity, engaging them in wars, brigandage, frauds, and in everything which contrary to the nature of the soul.
Then the earth will lose its equilibrium, the sea will be no longer navigable, the heaven will no longer be full of stars, the stars will stop their courses, and will be silent. The fruits of the earth will moulder, the soil will no longer be fertile, the air itself will grow thick with lugubrious torpor.such will be the old age of the world, irreligion, disorder, confusion of all goods. When all these things have come to pass, O Asclepius, then the Lord and Father, the god first in power and demiurge of the One God, having considered these customs and voluntary crimes, endeavoring, by his will, which is the divine will, to bar the way to vices and universal corruption ans to correct errors, he will annihilate all malice, either by effacing it in a deluge or by consuming it by fire, or destroying it by pestilential maladies diffused in many places.
Then he will bring back the world to its first beauty, so that this world may again be worthy of reverence and admiration, and that God also, creator and restorer of so great a work, may be glorified by the men who shall live then in continual hymns of praise and benedictions. That is what the rebirth of the world will be; a renewal of all good things, a holy and most solemn restoration of Nature herself,…
END of segment, for more see The Art of Memory, by Francis Yates
“Aside from its intrinsic fascination, this book is an invaluable contribution to aesthetics and psychology, and to the history of philosophy, of science, and of literature.”