Thursday, October 03, 2013

Entertainment in Delaware

And here you and the governor of Delaware are to provide the show... well, at least it's entertaining. And it won't make much difference to me personally.  I just feel bad for the poor people that always get hit first when the bread and circuses stop and your bathroom sh*t hits the fan.  It's likely that the gender bent will eventually get hit too, given that many people with right wing tendencies seem to think of them as emblematic of decadence and an anagram for the apocalypse. 

The Right/male/masculine and the Left/female/feminine and sex aren't going anyway, no one has truly transcended these ancient categories.  You could try to have a huge ritual in which the Two Pillars or Two Towers upon which civilization rests are destroyed and merged into one.  But it's all just an unsustainable circus act in the Big Apple of the forbidden fruit, even if you were to build a big statue of Lucifer the light bearer too.  Or even if you had a global empire and were essentially looting the wealth of the world underneath a "One World Trade Center," it still wouldn't be sustainable without the trinity of the family and so the cycle of civilization would still go back to the Golden Dawn once your peasants and peons were done playing pretend about the virtues of transexual "Lady Gaga" goo, goo chaos and disorder.  "Order out of chaos."  That's the slogan of those a little higher up in the pyramid scheme.  They see a little wealth or a little magick trick and then they're incorporated into it, apparently not realizing that from a higher spiritual perspective they're still peons.  How "elite." 
The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn (or, more commonly, the Golden Dawn) was an organization devoted to the study and practice of the occult, metaphysics, and paranormal activities during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Known as a magical order, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn was active in Great Britain and focused its practices on theurgy and spiritual development. --Wikipedia
I wonder how many of the people meandering toward fascism in Greece are knowledgeable about the occult and hidden ways of shaping the cultural petri dish?  Probably only the leaders. 

Too bad some members of secret societies and old orders bungle things: It'll take time to restore chaos."  --W  I actually kind of liked Bush as an entertainer in chief in some ways.  Even if he did get things backward and let the shadow government run wild while he sat around reading about a Pet (scape) Goat and what not.  He was pretty dumb but you could tell that was probably actually a true believer to some extent... and he tried hard to play pretend about being a real leader and so forth too.

"See, in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in, to kind of catapult the propaganda."  --W   

You have to admit, it is kind of funny. 

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