I haven't forgotten about you, I've just been busy. Ultimately, I think you place far more weight on cycles then they deserve, certainly more than I do.
Obviously, I'm familiar with at least the Hermetic view on rhythm, and that everything in creation Is cyclical in nature. But to predetermine the outcome of a series of events based on cycles, completely ignores the principle of cause and effect.
I know you've been trying to determine the source of the chaos unfolding in our world, and once again, you've attributed it to something being cyclical in nature.
Understandably, we have an entirely different perspectives on this.
While you are doing the math, checking your star charts, consulting with AM on cyclical durations, in an attempt to ascertain what comes next,
I've been studying the science on how all of this extra energy would effect the sun, the earth, particularly as it affects storms, earthquakes and volcanoes.
To add to a more complete picture, human consciousness, and the alleged "Great awakening” is an additional effect worthy of consideration.
I've also been exploring all the suppressed technology that we're not supposed to know about, and how the Evil Empire could use them against us.
That's a lot to work with, so at least I can identify potential causalities when it comes to our oncoming wave of destruction caused by "natural" occurrences.
Now let's get to the nuts and bolts of a profound disagreement we had just a couple of days ago.
You tell me that cyclically speaking, the Native Americans time had simply expired, which is why as a nation, or at least as individual nations, they ceased to exist.
So while you were focused on cycles, I was focused on what actually CAUSED their demise. You tell me that they already knew that they were going down, which could very possibly be for the exact same reasons we could say exactly the same thing about modern America, Western society, the European Union, or the petrodollar.
Sometimes, the writing is just simply on the wall. You might be able to foresee the end of a civilization, or a culture, without any trusty tools such as astrological alignments, or better yet, prophecies described in the hand book on human enslavement, which in my opinion, is considerably more determinative as to causality, then how the stars are aligned tonight.
Even if we are to accept that mother Earth is a live sentient being, casting off a cancerous tumor on her back, what caused the tumor?
It probably wasn't the Native Americans, because with the exception of the three Abrahamic demonically inspired poisonous belief systems, virtually every other culture that has been allowed to exist in every bit of recorded history I can find, people largely believed that living in harmony with nature, and abiding by its inherent laws, was the only way to go, since it enabled them to thrive,, and survive in a sustainable fashion. For example, people who believe in Gaia, don't just kill for the fun of killing, don't decimate water supplies, and fill the air with pollution, and generally respects all life, as opposed to those ignoramuses who believe they have "dominion” over all of it.
The way I see "cause and effect", if you take any of the ancient pre-Abrahamic philosophies, any of the Eastern traditions, or even any of the Aboriginal societies, prior to being subverted with an infection of values such as those taught in modern Western religion, all of these societies were largely sustainable, and could last indefinitely, and have been only routinely ended by the introduction of highly malevolent forces hellbent on genocide and destruction.
In my studies, cycles can be changed. They aren't cast in stone, they very well may be determinative of a trend, but for example, with an understanding of the fact that the universe is mental, and have to operate on certain laws, such as cause-and-effect, if you eliminate enough causes, a predetermined effect may not be able to manifest itself. Or at the very least, it is certainly going to have to wait, until it can come up with a new plan. (A cause to initiate the effect).
What if certain pivotal events in ancient history had gone just a bit differently?
For example, my studies have determined that ancient Egypt did not have slaves, at least not the earliest dynasties. The megalithic structures were built by master craftsman, with the highest order of both skill and technology available, and is not something typically delegated to slave labor.
Personally, I think the biblical narrative of the Israelites being a bunch of Egyptian slaves prior to Moses, is pure bullshit. In studying the philosophical underpinnings of ancient Egyptian society, they did not venture out into wars of conquest, because they didn't believe in it, and they didn't enslave their own people, because it would be a violation of the basic laws of nature to do so. They actually lived, and thrived for thousands of years under natural law.
It makes far more sense to me, that the Exodus was more likely an expulsion, whereby a certain group of people that it had been determined had committed a series of crimes against nature, humanity, and society, needed to be exiled to protect civilized society.
How they got that way, a group of parasitical psychopaths, can be left to conjecture, call it demonic possession, a really fucked up belief system, or just abnormally deviant as a culture. Who knows?
A few months back, I had some fun with the Bible thumpers with quotes from http://www.evilbible.com.
The effect that this manuscript has had on humanity can't be under estimated, and without it, the causality for much of what we are dealing with simply would not be there.
Happy Now asked a really good question, as to why we would establish a country under natural laws, and then break them all in order to conquer the territory.
The answer as best as I can determine, is they were simply different people,
The "founding fathers" who initiated the Revolutionary war, wrote our founding documents, and established a representative constitutional republic, were all Freemasons, and the very concepts used in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, were all handed down over many, many generations through multiple secret societies that probably started when the ancient priestcraft acquired enough military might to impose its will on large populations. That's when what they believed to be true became punishable by death, driving such traditions under ground.
I submit that the very publishing of our founding documents didn't just start a war with England, it started a war with the ancient priestcraft, and their mission to destroy America literally began the same day as its founding.
Since then, most secret societies have been thoroughly infiltrated and subverted from within. Obviously, the government that our founders formed was quickly subverted, infiltrated, and effectively overthrown. Keeping the “illusion" of a representative, and constitutional republic was just for show. Our leadership has been demonically possessed for a very, very long time. People are only now beginning to notice.
The myth that this country was founded on Judeo-Christian principals had to have been implemented as soon as possible, probably in the early days of our country.
By the time our country started its westward expansion, simply killing everyone in the way, became standard operating procedure (Again).
This was not the country the founding fathers had established. It was no longer based on anything that resembled "live and let live" principles, it was the start of building a new empire, or, back to business as usual.
Now, if the founding principles of this country had never been abandoned, and natural law was still the law of land, the Native Americans never would've had any reason to fear us, and the causality of their destruction would not have existed.
So Green Lantern, with just one little change in the scheme of things, what would that do to your cycle that determined that time was up for the Native Americans? You see, if the demonic empire of lies had not taken over, there wouldn't be any "Indian reservations”, they would be living peacefully and prosperously amongst us, and who knows, we would probably have a much healthier environment, an honest monetary system, and we wouldn't be engaging in a wars of aggression and domination.
I had the radio on at work today, everyone seems to agree that Trump’s U.N. speech was excellent. Even Benjamin, leader of the satanic Hell hole on the Mediterranean Sea thought it was the best he's ever heard.
Apparently, everyone agrees that we should bomb the shit out of somebody, doesn't really matter who, it could be Syria, it could be Iran, It could be North Korea, even Venezuela will do in a pinch.
Doesn't really matter, as long as we blow the fucking shit out of someone, leveling an entire nation to a steaming pile of burnt cinders, incinerating millions of innocent people in the process, it's all good. You know, those Judeo-Christian values.
If you will remember that discussion I was having pertaining to http://www.evilbible.com, as the story goes, one of the Hebrew concubines got raped by a group of men from a different country. When the Hebrews asked Yahweh for permission to go to decimate them into oblivion, it was granted.
So instead of rounding up a posse, and going after the perpetrators of the alleged sex crime, which in hindsight, could quite easily have been a false flag operation, they killed everyman, enslaved every women, forced them to marry against their will, effectively raping them for the rest of their lives, and only under Judeo Christian values could this possibly be considered justice. Apparently, the Hebrews did not appreciate sharing their sex toys with anyone else.
Why is genocide considered the only possible solution?
Do you remember the beginning of Desert Storm? The United States repeatedly demonstrated the capacity to drop bombs down the chimneys of "command-and-control centers”. Now imagine for a minute if we actually had an intelligence service working for us, as opposed to actively trying to kill as many human beings as possible, if there was actually an international criminal on the loose, particularly the kind that goes out in public every day, and brags about all of the destruction he is going to bring upon humanity, then hypothetically, he could be targeted individually, and removed from society.
Just because there is one so-called bad actor on the international stage, or in this case, any country that doesn't want to use the dollar in trade, why do we have to annihilate the citizenry, when in many cases, they are already trapped in poverty, and couldn't leave if they wanted to.
Cyclically speaking, is it time for North Korea to cease to exist? How about Iran? how about Syria? Venezuela?
Now consider if we actually targeted individuals?
Would it be time for the North Korean manchild to go away? How about all of those Iranian ayatollahs? Pres. Asaad? We know where they all live,
A smart bomb down their chimney, and crisis would be averted. That would be a different cycle now, wouldn't it?
But we don't do it that way, in World War II for example, after we put a stranglehold on Japan, cutting them off from food and fuel, they retaliated by destroying some of our precious war toys, built for the sole purpose of killing people. Did we go after their leadership in Tokyo? No, a nuclear warhead on Hiroshima, followed up by another one on Nagasaki didn't kill anyone who we actually had a problem with, but killed hundreds of thousands of people simply going about their daily lives. There's your fucking Judeo-Christian values.
Happy Now thought I brought religion into the topic of natural law, and the Native Americans, for no apparent reason, and you, Green Lantern, didn't think it had anything to do with it either.
Cycles do not eliminate the need for causality. It's that simple.
I listened to Michael Savage on the radio this afternoon, his big question of the day, was "which is worse for humanity, government, or religion?”
How's that for a distinction without any difference? Like left versus right, democratic versus republican, Government versus religion, it is just analyzing flip sides of the exact same coin. Needless to say, nobody, and I mean nobody even suggested that point.
It all devolved into why we should just kill all the Muslims.
Maybe they've run their cycle out by now.