Darkening

March 13, 2010 at 10:37 pm (Uncategorized)

Please allow me to introduce myself
I’m a man of wealth and taste
I’ve been around for a long, long year
Stole many a man’s soul and faith

(47)

People have come to fear the dark, the devil, and chaos. This happened over many years, as the people in power put themselves in the positions of gods, representing themselves and their religions as the light, while any idea or organization that stood in opposition to them was to be hated and feared as being dark, evil and very dangerous.

Of course, the light has always been praised because it is what gives life to this planet and allows us to see. But this love of light has also been abused by the small group of white people who have been in power on this planet for some time now. In recent years more and more information has become available and has allowed us to investigate some aspects of the power structure and their plans for the future. This will lead many people into an even deeper, more spiritual, quest for some kind of truth. This winding path can lead to some very dark places.

(Celtic Cross of Chaos)

If you are looking for truth, you will be digesting information. Some people might sell you their ideas as “the light,” but this is a fundamentally flawed understanding of data. This world consists of 1s and 0s, ons and offs, bits of light and dark. It is the interaction between these fundamental polarities that allows for creation to happen here.

There are likely many people who stand in opposition to the things I say. I wonder what side they think I am on – the light or the dark. Well, maybe I am a rainbow warrior or a UV avatar. But in terms of “politics,” I consider myself to be anarchist, although I understand why governments were created and why people consider them necessary. In milder times, I would have labeled myself as a libertarian.

I actually started writing on the internet as a supporter of Ron Paul and libertarianism. I put together a series of predictions about the Ron Paul campaign and the future of the country, titled it Oracle of the Obvious Predictions and sent them to Lew Rockwell, who runs the most prominent libertarian site in the world (IMO). He removed some of the more controversial predictions and renamed it The Political Earthquake. I received a ton of mail flooding in from all over the world.

As you can tell, I no longer really write or talk much about “politics” anymore. It is a trap that makes us think we actually have a say in what is going on. Creating the world must be done at all times, not just when the charade of elections come around.

Although this has been going on for a long time now, during the 20th century, hundreds of millions of people died at the hands of their own governments or fighting for them. Can we not see just how detrimental these institutions have been to the very welfare and security of the people from whom they steal? It is people that run the world, make it safe, and provide each other with services. Governments stand in the way of people doing this on their own, efficiently and inexpensively.

Because of this anarchists and libertarians are smeared everywhere. How could there even be a world without government? It would be savage! Selfish lunatics.

(tv show on F/X about Hell’s Angels)

Anarchy means getting rid of the rulers, it does not mean an absence of rules. Interesting to note is that the Hell’s Angels have a hierarchy. Also in the above image, the skeleton forms a pyramid and is taking off the top by slicing through his own dome.

Despite the negative publicity, the principles of anarchy have caught (back) on in the United States of America, which was founded as a colonies of tax resisters. This emerging independence movement has coupled with conspiracy theories and the vigor of youth and is rippling throughout the world. Some fellow writers have said that this is all according to plan and I don’t necessarily disagree. It just depends on whether or not you think “the plan” is a good idea. And from what perspective you might be viewing the situation.

Ah, what’s puzzling you
Is the nature of my game..

Perhaps the moneyed interests of the world would like to see Americans fight each other and decimate their own country and government so that their corporations, the United Nations, and whoever else might come right in and save us from ourselves. I see this as a valid scenario, but I think the chaos that is going to unfold on this planet will be greater than expected and engulf other world powers as well. The Freemasons have their slogan for the 33rd degree, Ordo Ab Chao, meaning order through chaos. In times of chaos, power changes hands quickly and it is hard to predict just what new world will unfold in the coming years.

The established interests (fascists, corporatists, Communists) that have been running (see ruining) this planet for thousands of years do not want to lose control.. but they are. I do not think the new world will not be theirs.

(look at all of the names up top)

Whose side are you on? Do you need a side? In the Dark Knight, things get flipped upside-down. The movie shows us the fascist nature of the dark hero as he compensates for his ineffectiveness with extra brutality. Opposing him is the anti-hero of the Joker who is able to kill a bunch of criminals and burn their money in a pyra-mid, doing his part to stop inflation. 😉  Also, you have Harvey Dent, the corrupted politician who ends up joining with the Joker in the end. I really did not like The Dark Knight, but it was definitely a sign of the times. And it is important to know one’s opponent when playing in a game such as this.

Another movie with the dark theme is Darkman, where the main character gets his face mutilated (much like Two-Face), turning him into something of a dark superhero. Tagline: Now, Crime Has a New Enemy, And Justice Has a New Face!

(The Dark Bishop)

I watched with glee
While your kings and queens
Fought for ten decades
For the gods they made..

Which did you see first? I wonder what it says about us. I like the image because it has the white as evil and the black as good, reversing the roles they usually play. And good is encasing evil.

Pleased to meet you
Hope you guessed my name

Riding in on the Tiger of 2010, we see Devi, the archetypal Hindu goddess. Her 8 arms, trident, and spiral sea shell all relate to the age of Aquarius. Well, she doesn’t look that bad, now does she?

Just as every cop is a criminal
And all the sinners saints
As heads is tails
Just call me Lucifer
‘Cause I’m in need of some restraint

The Rolling Stones – Sympathy for the Devil

In Dark City, a man wakes up in a tub. He is bleeding from the middle of his forehead and disoriented. He ventures in a strange dark world where he seems to be at the center of some crazy spiral. He finds a briefcase that appears to be his..

Inside he finds photos of Shell Beach, apparently his home. He finds out his name is Murdoch and goes on to evade the telepathic white men who dress in black while also outrunning the police who want him for murder. In this city devoid of light he finds his way around with intuition. He also has some help from Kiefer Sutherland’s character who injects Murdoch’s mind with the appropriate force training, allowing him to bend the entire world to his will. He ends up defeating the leader of the controllers and floods the world with water, returns the sun, and rejoins with his love.

Nature does not have many “right” angles. It does not exhibit what we know of as symmetry, which is the definition of beauty for many. I like symmetry in some art, but the boxy house and offices in which people live and work are detrimental to the soul.  They most certainly do not inspire the awe within me that nature does.

From Donnie Darko:

Gretchen: What if you could go back in time, and take all those hours of pain and darkness and replace them with something better?

Prof. Kenneth Monnitoff: And did you stop and think that maybe infants need darkness? That maybe darkness is part of their natural environment?

Would I want to go back into my life and re-do some things? Maybe, but I would be a bit wary about the butterfly effect. Also, the little darkness this privileged white boy has encountered in this world has only served to make me stronger, to better define me. It has helped me to grow.

Much of what I have covered in this article relates to, or was inspired by, the work of The Celtic Rebel and I suggest you go check out his archives to read more about the Dark Knight. Something we spoke about in our conversation, and something he has been writing about for some time, is the building of an ark so that he can make it through the coming times. Some time back I sent him a message and told him to look into arc welding (pictured above), which is a specific way of joining materials. Neither of us are collectivists, but yet it is always nice to have a hand when trying to build an ark. Another reason I bring him up is that he is apparently viewed as “too dark” by other people in the conspiracy/ synchronicity realm.

Which brings me to the obvious point about d-ark. When we are in light, things are very definite and concrete, but when we are the in the darkness, we can allow our own light to grow and expand to limitless proportions. It is at night when our souls can travel around in the astral realms and dream worlds. It is within the darkness that one can build a strong ark.

From Wikipedia:

dark energy is a hypothetical form of energy that permeates all of space and tends to increase the rate of expansion of the universe. Dark energy is the most popular way to explain recent observations and experiments that the universe appears to be expanding at an accelerating rate. In the standard model of cosmology, dark energy currently accounts for 74% of the total mass-energy of the universe.

dark matter is a form of matter that is undetectable by its emitted electromagnetic radiation, but whose presence can be inferred from gravitational effects on visible matter and background radiation. According to present observations of structures larger than galaxies, as well as Big Bang cosmology, dark matter currently accounts for 23% of the total mass-energy of the observable universe (while the ordinary matter accounts for 4.6% only).

Whereas dark energy causes expansion, dark matter is thought to be responsible for constriction. Some scientists might claim to know, but the fate of this universe is uncertain.

It could be up to us to determine how our own time-lines lines play out. The Celtic Rebel and Rik Clay both suggest that we should not go to the light after death. This could lead us to keep going through the cycles of reincarnation and not expand beyond the limitations of the physical body. If one goes past the critical point and does not converge back unto oneself, then expansion appears inevitable. It could be a bit lonely riding the universe to the end of time, but consider all of the things one could learn and experience. And who is to say that would even be the end?

Slaves use the darkness to escape.

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9 Comments

  1. siriusfenris said,

    I have a chaos star tattooed on my arm. I got it years ago, because I was such a fan of the high (literally) genius British fantasy writer Michael Moorcock, who’s Elric of Melnibone, tragically caught between the cosmic forces of Law and Chaos, and the Multiversal Eternal Champion archetype it unleashed in the noosphere … it was like an ontological bomb in my impressionable young mind and so that chaos star resonated very deeply with me.

    As this entire post does, in fact. I’ve had an affinity for the dark side my whole life: the spiritual path I have followed has taken me to some very weird and scary places in the sprawling underdark of occultism, conspiracy theories, and such and … somewhere along the way, a light started shining within. Maybe it was always there, the only thing different was that I began to notice it for once and when that happened it got brighter and … well, isn’t that interesting? I thought. And now it’s “This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine….”

    Brilliant work as usual.

  2. duke westfold said,

    ride the tiger. great post. reminds me of a Kubrick quote :

    “The most terrifying fact about the universe is not that it is hostile but that it is indifferent; but if we can come to terms with this indifference and accept the challenges of life within the boundaries of death — however mutable man may be able to make them — our existence as a species can have genuine meaning and fulfillment …

    However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light.”

  3. Ferdinand said,

    Sirius Fenris, of course you like the dark.
    Hawoo!
    Looking forward to your next post: http://siriusfenris.wordpress.com/

    Duke, I only wish he had been able to finish A.I.

  4. celticrebel said,

    siriusfenris, I identify with some of those sentiments. Kyle, why did you crop the biker picture? It was clearly crafted to promote the back door meme the wizards of Holy Wood adore so much.

    I serve chaos, cause it suits me, and because it suits the mutliverse, which sans balance, would cease to be.

    What I feel a lot of the kumbaya singing “we are one” collectivists are completely missing out on, is that wonderful things can happen when people come together as INDIVIDUALS. The metaphor carries thought in the long lost “spirit” [as opposed to reality] of the Republic. When the FedGodUnion [i.e., “we are one”] cult steps in, always with the best intent, and starts trying to make any of the states/individuals the same, death [merging with the great heaven/beyond] follows. I said Kumbaya mother-fuckers! 🙂

    Very nice closing point in regards to slavery there.

  5. ViolatoR said,

    Great post! I finally got time to read it 😉 I would also probably be considered an anarchist. And it’s pretty clear I’m more closely allied with the dark side. There’s a story of monks having to meditate in total darkness until they can produce their own light. A sudden burst of light in a dark room is far more powerful and far more disorienting for our enemies 😉

  6. Klay said,

    Fostering endogenous DMT production through darkness. Basic premise is that extended photon deprivation (complete darkness for up to 72 hours and more) causes the pineal gland to begin producing/dumping extra portions of DMT (and other goodies) into the brain (after a series of electro-bio displacements). This goes back into the ancient methods used by mystic monks/recluses spending days upon end in caves in complete darkness etc. Now, there is a woman Dr. in Finland I believe who is also working along the pineal trail documenting endogenous DMT production, but I can’t remember her name and did not bookmark her…sorry.

    Mantak Chia schedules guided ‘dark room’ retreats in his Thailand Taoist school, where participants can spend up to two weeks in total darkness after several weeks of dietary and mental preparations. They are fed and housed in comfortable surroundings and guided by Mantak himself in conscious, group explorations of the feedback loops of the sub-quantum, geometric, morphing fractal field (always wanted to say that to someone who could probably understand).

    Good Post BTW

  7. Ryan McAlister said,

    “Collectivism and freedom are mortal enemies. Only one can survive.”

    I like Ed Griffin’s idea who’s time has come, a new social model called INDIVIDUALISM. Not Barbarism, Theocracy, or Collectivism. The guy has some good ideas about how it would work. It’s actually fairly simple. Any question I have had about this solution has an answer somewhere on that freedom force site and Griffin does a hell of a job with simple, direct answers. That guy is sharp for his age. [ One caveat, the members voluntarily join freedom force because they agree with it’s mission. The views expressed by it’s members may not necessarily reflect the blah blah blah. I only say this because the Dark Horse General agrees with freedom force.] It’s a good site for anyone who wants to become leaders in social power centers and promote INDIVIDUALISM. The masses always follow, and those WITHOUT power CAN NOT defend freedom. Since words have been hijacked, instead of ‘governments’ we’ll have protectorats where the protectorat has NO power to do anything an individual can not do. I find the basic principles of the idea hard to fault:
    (These are strictly concerning political and economic matters)
    INTRINSIC NATURE OF RIGHTS
    I believe that only individuals have rights, not the collective group; that these rights are intrinsic to each individual, not granted by the state; for if the state has the power to grant them, it also has the power to deny them, and that is incompatible with personal liberty.
    I believe that a just state derives its power solely from its citizens. Therefore, the state must never presume to do anything beyond what individual citizens also have the right to do. Otherwise, the state is a power unto itself and becomes the master instead of the servant of society.

    SUPREMACY OF THE INDIVIDUAL
    I believe that one of the greatest threats to freedom is to allow any group, no matter its numeric superiority, to deny the rights of the minority; and that one of the primary functions of a just state is to protect each individual from the greed and passion of the majority.

    FREEDOM OF CHOICE
    I believe that desirable social and economic objectives are better achieved by voluntary action than by coercion of law. I believe that social tranquility and brotherhood are better achieved by tolerance, persuasion, and the power of good example than by coercion of law. I believe that those in need are better served by charity, which is the giving of one’s own money, than by welfare, which is the giving of other people’s money through coercion of law.

    EQUALITY UNDER LAW
    I believe that all citizens should be equal under law, regardless of their national origin, race, religion, gender, education, economic status, life style, or political opinion. Likewise, no class should be given preferential treatment, regardless of the merit or popularity of its cause. To favor one class over another is not equality under law.

    PROPER ROLE OF THE STATE
    I believe that the proper role of the state is negative, not positive; defensive, not aggressive. It is to protect, not to provide; for if the state is granted the power to provide for some, it must also be able to take from others, and that always leads to legalized plunder and loss of freedom. If the state is powerful enough to give us everything we want, it also will be powerful enough to take from us everything we have. Therefore, the proper function of the state is to protect the lives, liberty, and property of its citizens, nothing more. That state is best which governs least.

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  9. James said,

    That was Spot OM, Mistar R.

    Thanx ❤

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