In the Divine Comedy, Dante Alighieri ascends through hell by using Satan himself as a monstrous ladder, an apt analogy to describe the inverted philosophy fueling the transhumanist agenda, one that seeks to artificially “elevate” man to god-like status (“god-like” in the eyes of the alchemical controllers, that is) and assert dominion over nature – a goal embodied within the Freemasonic “Rite of Perfection” and ruthlessly pursued by modern-day alchemists dressed in Monsanto lab coats.
“Man is a microcosm of the universe. Thus, to dominate the universe, one must dominate man, and to dominate man, one must in turn dominate and control the input to his senses: site, hearing, touch, smell and taste, and finally, his sexuality and consciousness themselves.”
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell and Dr. Scott. D. de Hart, Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas. 2011.
ILLUMINATING THAT WHICH HAS BEEN HIDDEN
Life is a series of experiences and each prepares us for the next. Sometimes it can feel like we’re ships in the night, blindly forging onward not knowing what lies ahead. We find ourselves navigating through rough seas and the darkness around us feels dense and heavy, leaving us tired and lethargic. But when morning comes, the sun rises once again, shining down its magnificent light and illuminating all that has been hidden.
There are immense challenges coming our way, and although it is the nature of the ego to deny unwanted realities, it is time, now, for us to stand up and hold our ground. Once we acknowledge the darkness, its hold over us loosens and we’re able to transmute it. However, if we continue in a state of denial, its power over us grows and we find ourselves drifting further and further away from our true nature.
What follows is an essay considering some aspects of the deeper, more esoteric influences fueling the transhumanist agenda. Understanding these deeper esoteric connections allows us to connect dots that previously seemed unrelated. Recognition of the occult and its influence on modern society gives us a bigger picture from which to operate, and, as our understanding grows, so does our ability to effect change. This allows us to assemble a picture that acts as our map for navigating the seemingly crazy and irrational world we find ourselves in.