My posts are leverage. Life is too short to learn everything the slow hard way. Like gears on a bike, there are ways we can leverage more out of our limited efforts. In physics, a lever gives one “assisted advantage” in moving an object. And concepts like center of gravity & transmission of force play a role. The idea of leverage has been extended to financial uses & businesses uses. Deploying one’s intellectual capital so that one’s knowledge is highly productive is called leverage. Businessmen have been known to say, leverage of knowledge is “fundamental to all wealth generating processes”. That is what happens w/ my posts; the right knowledge (esp. spiritual knowledge) applied to a key point will bring great results. Assisting me in my efforts in leveraging knowledge are numerous friends who share info with me. We grow richer in wisdom & knowledge together; those rich in knowledge get richer, those poor, get poorer.
Every day, I get information donated to me, and I have to scan it to prioritize its importance, for instance, yest. I received the book “Power Tools”. (More on this in a min.) Some people who send me info are disappointed that I don’t seem to value what they sent….I am grateful to everyone, but the info sent may not be useable in creating leverage for my readers. I have seen info sent to me lay fallow for years before it could be used in a meaningful way. I usually have more info dumped on me than I can use, & much of it is low grade info. Yest. was interesting because Jerusalem & Egypt got snow; there was a snowman built in front of the Dome of the Rock, and the pyramids & sphinx were covered in snow. Cairo hasn’t had snow for over 100 yrs. This kind of info, while exciting, does not provide you with leverage for success so I generally don’t share it. We are in a war between the Kingdoms of Life & Death. I consider it important that you receive updates on what both sides are doing (tactics, strategies, victories, vulnerabilities, etc.) in this war.
Yest. the book “Power Tools For the 21st Century” arrived. It’s author Richard Miller worked for DuPont & Boeing, as well as studied quantum biochemistry, physics & occult “sciences”. In the 1970’s, Miller was tapped by the Seal Corp. to teach occult arts to super soldiers. Here are some of the concepts the super soldiers were trained in: The 8 circuit Model of Consciousness, I Ching concepts, expanding the minds of the soldiers thru “magical mushrooms” (as well as helping their bodies w/ endurance, stamina & sexual function), using the mind to stop bleeding (biofeedback), breath control & martial arts, developing internal maps of beliefs compatible with their missions, developing ESP & imagination, using archetypes for self-realization, & brainwave entrainment (using the soma, etc. or what the occult calls “assuming the god-form” described by Crowley in his hermetic texts “The Veil”). As a final thought, a lot of Crowley’s magick was taught to the Super Soldiers, who were all subjected to mind control, as well as taught mind-control techniques that they can use. So this is an example where a distillation of donated info may be helpful for you to understand the Satanic training of Amer.’s super soldiers.
Another example of useful info that I just received came from Liz Wahl Andre. What she writes about resonates with what the Illum. are doing. Most readers are already aware of Agenda 21, as well as the elite’s tools of Bread & Circus to control the masses. In interviews w/ ex-Illum. members I received graphic descriptions of secret gladiator fights to the death…some descriptions were first hand from victors. Christendom’s churches, as pillars of the World’s status quo, are supportive of “them” taking our children off to wars. Elements of these things are in a popular new movie; Liz’s material on this is now directly quoted:
I am sending you a blog that I wrote on the youth blockbuster book/movie trilogy, “The Hunger Games.” ….Interestingly, the author, Susanne Collins, is the daughter of an air force pilot & lives in Sandy Hook, CT. … I had a picture with my article of the character Capitol handler “Effie Trinket” who wore a dress & headdress made of Monarch butterflies…I about fell out of my theatre seat when I saw that–not EVEN subtle.
“The Hunger Games-A War Fantasy or a Glimpse of Things to Come?”
By: Liz Wahl Andre’
Whenever the youth and young adults, especially Christian youth, get fired up about a book or movies series, I check it out to see what has struck a chord in them. After reading the Hunger Games trilogy, I saw the motion pictures, “The Hunger Games” & “Catching Fire.”
The books moved me in a disturbing way, aside from the callous violence meted out by some of the teens “chosen” for the Hunger Games. It seemed like a mixture of Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World”, George Orwell’s “1984” and a modernized ancient Roman Empire with gladiator games. Interestingly, the name of the former continent of North America is “Panem”, which is Latin for “bread”, and derived from the Latin phrase, “Panem et Circenses” (bread and circuses). In the ancient Roman Empire, food and entertainment (bread and circuses) were used to keep the masses distracted and placated from rising up against political oppression–this sounds eerily like present day America.
There was a rebellion that was cruelly quelled, and the survivors kept in dire poverty in 12 Districts. The elite lived in opulence in the Capitol with the usage of astounding technology– a stark contrast to the starving people in the Districts existing in primitive conditions. In the wake of the rebellion, the Capitol established the Hunger Games, an annual event in which twenty-four children between the ages of twelve & eighteen, one boy and one girl from each district, are chosen from a lottery and entered into a gladiatorial competition where they must fight each other to the death until only one remains alive.
There was a rebellion that was cruelly quelled, and the survivors kept in dire poverty in 12 Districts. The elite lived in opulence in the Capitol with the usage of astounding technology– a stark contrast to the starving people in the Districts existing in primitive conditions. In the wake of the rebellion, the Capitol established the Hunger Games, an annual event in which twenty-four children between the ages of twelve and eighteen, one boy and one girl from each district, are chosen from a lottery and entered into a gladiatorial competition where they must fight each other to the death until only one remains alive.
The event served two purposes. The first was to demonstrate the overwhelming power the Capitol had over the districts by seizing their children and forcing them to slay each other in an “anything goes” competition. It was a show of might that the Capitol’s control over its people was so complete that they could force the children of their conquered foes to slay each other in a heartless war. The second purpose was purely for entertainment. The Hunger Games are televised nationally, looking much like a glitzy version of “American Idol”. The tributes (those chosen to fight) are treated like celebrities, and the games are dramatized and glorified. The tributes are paraded through the Capitol in pomp and glamour–much like the pre-Olympic ceremonies.
The rebel heroine, Katniss Everdeen, is a sharp-shooter with a bow. She has formidable courage & a strong moral base of justice. She is the nemesis of President Snow, the despotic leader of Panem. It is as much a psychological struggle of wits between Snow and Everdeen as it is a desperate battle to survive the games.
What stood out in the books and movies is that the plot reads like a futuristic plan for the world if a ruling global body ever forcibly implements “Agenda 21” in the name of “saving the planet.” This agenda has already been mapped out. “Agenda 21” would force most of the human population to live in the cities where they can be better managed. The rural areas would be restricted against human habitation under the guise of environmental conservation.
In the movie, “Catching Fire”, Capitol handler and spokeswoman for the District 12 entrants for the Games, Effie Trinket, wears the gaudy, over-the-top fashion of the Capitol elites. In one scene, she sports a dress and headdress made completely of Monarch butterflies. This struck me as a nod to the trauma-based mind control Project Monarch/ MK Ultra (now declassified) practiced by our government and military in the 60’s and 70’s. Many believe mind-control experimentation has never ceased & its secrecy is protected under the NSA.
I wondered about the author, Suzanne Collins, and read up about her. She is the daughter of an Air Force pilot who taught her and her siblings about history and wars. She is an author of children’s books and is a television screenwriter. Collins resides in Sandy Hook, CT. She claims that her motivation for writing the series is to educate this generation about the horror of war so they may be advocates for peace in their time. My impression is that Collins is either warning this generation about a future world dictatorship scenario, or conditioning the youth to accept an oppressive government, since they have already read about it and seen it on the Big Screen–hopefully, it is the former. [End of Liz’s quoted material.]