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Paganism’s Role in Society

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Paganism's Role in Society

Our Aquarian World thirsts for a tremendous, consistent amount of inspiration. As Jupiter shares his rule with Uranus, the World now requires a new production of creativity, lest our Consciousness runs dry. The old Piscean Age could operate quite well with systematic, concrete religions to move it through the seasons. But today in this age, we see a relentless pursuit for the radically free and spiritual. Puritanism, whether in the shape of Christianity, Islam, social justice, or any other such clique, has sharpened its appearance, which all the more distinguishes itself from the renaissance of free speech.

And while the New Age movement has propelled many free thinkers, it is itself not near as independent as we may quickly liken it to be, for any idea is easy to muddy without the fresh air of inspiration. As so, it is often thought that the removal of authority figures will drain the swamp, but if we choose to install yet another new set of such authority figures, how will the swamp ever breathe and become an oasis under the same stagnating order of operations? And this applies to politics as well as to religion.

The Old Religion mandated that we obey his command despite how our Heart may have begged to differ, but collectively now we are expanding our Heart with the desire to experience who we truly are. We yearn to hear, sense, and see our beauty; we long to smell, taste, and touch our own vibrational musk. Just as how we stimulate no difference when we replace the old system with another old system, it does us no good to convert the Old Religion to a New Religion, for history is sure to repeat itself until we get it right the first time. Spirituality presents itself as an endless Universe of doors and spaces that satisfy the Human need to play and explore; thereby, we may consciously connect to not a new warehouse of religion, but rather to a great, spiritual ocean as deep and wide as we envision. But you see, this concept has already been given a name. In essence, Paganism acts as the polarity of organized religion, where it grants the people infinite freedom of speech, belief, and simply being. Everyone may do as he or she pleases, but not without its equal repercussions. Really, it is common sense logic, which is a fancy way of describing INTUITION.

Even as of today, more and more people are adopting this mindset, whereby in the 2020's, I predict it will become the mainstream and overpower religious consensus, for it provides us with a middle-ground to create harmony, which is a treat of Aquarius. This especially proves to be likely as it seems to go hand in hand with other rapidly growing phenomena such as organic gardening, homeschooling, fantasy fiction, forest preservation, self-sustainable living, natural health, flat Earth concept, conspiracy exposure, and the invigorating counter-culture.

However, it is important to take note of Jupiter's progression through the ages, be he the God of Light and Love, or the Tyrant of Fear Incarnate. He is the nameless god Re (Ra) who dons new names that religion itself is founded on, be it Osiris, Jehovah, Jesus, Allah, Kṛṣṇa (Krishna), Óden, Lucifer, whereby under each new guise he enacts a certain aspect of himself. And the Actor is accompanied by his Actress, his queen consort who reveals herself as the Virgin Mary, Rādhā, Frigga, Diana, Isis, Ostara. In this way, we may perceive them as the Masculine and Feminine Forces of the Universe, from whom all of Creation originates. It is said that the ancient Egyptians held such a strong belief of the power of a name. He who possesses the true name of an entity controls it. Likewise, Re, Isis, and her son (Sun) Horus are the three who possess the true name of Re. (Notice how "Re" resembles Sanskrit's "hare [hah-ray]", meaning "hail or hooray".) Together, they are the perfect Trinity as we still see them ricocheted as Goddess, God, Magic; as Father, Son, Holy Spirit; as Maiden, Mother, Crone. These three quintessential elements compose everything we think, do, say, feel, and PERCEIVE.

'Tis a riddle then: to exit the game, we must figure the true name(s) of this Trifold Divinity. Learn this, and the game is YOURS. But ever as slowly or swiftly as we understand it, the World eggs onward from the constraints of religion to the open arms of spirituality, step by step, from Pisces to Aquarius to Capricorn, closer and closer, reaching its hand out to touch that mysterious, blinding Light of Re. I suspect we'll know when we have the secret password when this Reality completely, on all levels, fades, and opens into an entirely new awareness...blending and transcending both life and death and all polarities thereof, though it can be quite difficult to imagine something that we haven't already yet perceived through our six senses. While the Human Consciousness supersedes the Program, how do we envision it through a means not of the Program? Perhaps here we may begin to speculate the true name(s) of the Trinity.
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Al Bundy

Crush Statue of Jesus Christ "because he is white" ?

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Jesus was NOT "white" . . .
But who expects "logic" or "facts" in the Great Culture Propaganda War.

Did they target "Albert Pike", "Marie Stopes", "Francis Galton", "Cecil Rhodes" etc . . . As the first targets ?
NO... they went for popular historic figures, to cause maximum outrage.
The public must must fight the public, so the Wanker Bankers cane inherit the earth, and they want your soul.


DOMINIC LAWSON: First they came for the statues, now stained glass windows. Yet one woman's vile history is overlooked

By Dominic Lawson for the Daily Mail
Published: 01:26, 29 June 2020

First they came for the statues; then they came for the stained glass windows. Yes, the fashion (at least among undergraduates) for trashing commemorative edifices is developing new forms.

And in one particular case, the targeted memorial is barely 30 years old.

This is the Sir Ronald Fisher memorial, a stained glass window in the dining hall of Gonville and Caius College at Cambridge University to honour the work of its former member, described as 'a genius who almost single-handedly created the foundations for modern statistical science'. Sir Ronald, in fact, was knighted by the Queen in 1952.

But last week, the college said that it would remove the Sir Ronald Fisher memorial because it was 'now aware of [his] views and actions ... in a way that was not fully appreciated in 1989'.


The dons were too delicate to mention that the university outpost of Extinction Rebellion, supposedly in sympathy with Black Lives Matter, had spray-painted 'Eugenics is genocide — Fisher must fall' on the college's Gate of Honour.

Sir Ronald had been the founding chairman of the university's eugenics society: he was devoted to stamping out breeding by those he deemed 'feeble-minded high-grade defectives ... comprising a tenth of the total population'.

This was high fashion on the Left of British politics in the early 20th century and advocated enthusiastically in their favourite newspaper and weekly magazine (then, as now, the Guardian and the New Statesman).

It was actually Adolf Hitler who put their ideas into practice, though more radically than they had proposed: Hitler enacted a policy of euthanasia for those we would nowadays term learning disabled, pioneering the gassing methods the Nazis later applied to an entire race.

Fisher's belief in eugenic methods was (unlike in the British political class) unshaken by those events. He wrote subsequently that the Nazi party 'sincerely wished to benefit the German racial stock, especially by the elimination of manifest defectives'.

Fisher is not the only dead British eugenicist whose name is being effaced from academia. Earlier this month, University College London retitled two lecture theatres that had hitherto carried the names of Francis Galton and Karl Pearson (Galton invented the term 'eugenics' in 1883, and Pearson was the country's first professor of eugenics, financed by a bequest from Galton).

The Galton lecture theatre has now been renamed lecture theatre 115, and the Pearson lecture theatre is now to be called lecture theatre G22. There's safety in numbers.

Though eugenics was — is — a pernicious and inhumane doctrine, I wonder what any of this is going to achieve other than to ease the nerves of university governing councils worried at being on the wrong side of Extinction Rebellion, or of any other bunch of students threatening to wreak physical damage on a statue or a stained glass window.

Outside their intensely narrow environment — otherwise known as ivory towers — what difference will it make to anyone's lives?

Oddly, though, there is one British eugenicist whose name is widely known outside the academic world. That person's name is advertised in magazines and on hoardings, and it pulls in many millions of pounds of taxpayers' money every year.

I refer to Marie Stopes. The organisation bearing her name, Marie Stopes International, is perhaps the world's biggest abortion provider.

Not only are its operations in this country largely paid for by us as an adjunct to the NHS, its overseas work is given huge sums by the Department for International Development.

But what motivated Stopes (1880-1958) was not money: it was an intense eugenic passion — to weed out those she deemed of inferior genetic stock.

Originally a brilliant plant palaeontologist, she became obsessed with human breeding, so fixated on this that she disinherited her son Harry for marrying a short-sighted woman (Mary Barnes Wallis, the daughter of the inventor of the 'bouncing bomb').

Stopes wrote: 'She has an inherited disease of the eyes which not only makes her wear hideous glasses so that it is horrid to look at her . . . I have the horror of our line being so contaminated . . . Mary and Harry are quite callous about the wrong to my family and the eugenic crime.'

As the historian Geoffrey Alderman records: 'This obsession led to her becoming a very proud public supporter of Nazism . . . she even sent Herr Hitler a collection of love poems.


'In a poem she wrote in 1942, she declared: 'Catholics and Prussians, the Jews and the Russians, All are a curse, Or something worse.' '

Yet this is the woman who, in 2008, was accorded the signal honour of having her portrait on a postage stamp. And only a few years ago there was a campaign to put up a statue of Stopes in Manchester.

Given that part of her clinic's original slogan was 'A Sure Light in our Racial Darkness', one wonders if it would now have required pulling down, almost as soon as it had been put up.

And now the Archbishop of Canterbury has joined in the circus: Justin Welby said last Friday that there would be a 'review' of statues and monuments, including in Canterbury Cathedral, and that 'some will have to come down'.

Meanwhile, in the real world, the rest of the country is just trying to cope with the biggest health and economic disruption of our lifetimes.