- Category: War&Terror
- Created on 18 March 2012
- Written by John Kaminski
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The three greatest sins a human can ever commit
WHAT WAS IT THEY DIDN'T WANT US TO KNOW? THAT WE ARE DESCENDED FROM CANNIBALS?
The greatest sin a human can ever commit* is killing a better idea than one's own because it jeopardizes one's own income stream.
This is why "the gods" [a.k.a., the powers that be] chained Prometheus to the rocks, after he revealed the ancient secret of explosives — which mythology calls "fire" — to the slaves.
Did you know that the druids' 'serpent's egg' was really a primitive hand grenade? Or that the ancient way to describe fire was to call it a serpent? Or that control of the world has remained in the hands of the people with the best weapons since the Bronze Age?
Doing away with somebody's better idea because it conflicts, overturns or otherwise adversely affects your own philosophy is actually the thing responsible for the apparently imminent self-destruction of human society.
The two best examples of this are J.P. Morgan's suppression of Nikola Tesla's free energy discovery in 1905, which led to a century of needlessly devastating petroleum wars when free energy was and is available all the time; and the medical establishment's destruction of Royal Rife's 100 percent successful vibrational cancer cure, which helped create today's Frankenstein medical apparatus that seeks only to keep us ever more afflicted by and addicted to its poison potions.
Both examples are sociological representations of what has befallen human society — an artificial reality wholly constructed by mass media, particularly by TV, movies and computers — that is wholly at odds with well known principles of both human health and common sense.
And in both cases, no single man — though many tried — could stop money's steamroller from morphing the United States into an irreversible black hole of greed. Many made a prediction that has come to pass: unchecked, this engine would consume not only the world, but itself.
The central core group of international bankers — virtually all of them Jews — has managed to profoundly deflect the collective efforts of humanity from higher and nobler goals into profitmaking policies of controlled decay, disease and death.
Just so you understand, killing somebody's better idea than your own means that the thing you say you believe that makes you love your children is a fraud, a hypocrisy, because if you believe in what you say you do, why would you prevent something from happening that is beneficial to everyone (or create something certain to damage everyone) merely to fatten your own wallet?
There is only one reason for doing this. It is because you believe that Money is God, which makes you someone not to be trusted by anyone. The self-hatred this engenders in each person afflicted with it splays outward in the inevitable act of the scapegoating it empowers, eventually killing everything it touches, after first squeezing out of it the last ounce of profit.
Money is the engine of alienation, of division, of disaster and our demise — unwittingly strangled by our own abstractions is our epitaph.
Organized religions are powerless to resist this, because — in what should be no revelation — their financial survival is more important to them than the message they preach. If the message were so flawlessly beneficial, it would need no advertising. But humanity has been made to believe their twisted magic acts by emotional extortion and homicidal force.
And never more obviously than in the creation of a standardized mind control religion approved on the deathbed of a despotic Roman emperor, who had murdered both his mother and his wife and sons but nevertheless converted (according to the Catholic legends) when he looked at the Sun and saw the cross in the sky (something almost every human has done).
The second greatest sin a human can ever commit is to claim that he speaks for God, as clear a litmus that someone is lying as ever has been heard on this Earth. Humans may only speak for humans; anyone who speaks for any extraterrestrial entity is a member of a crime syndicate seeking to hypnotize the hopeful into manageable units.
How foolish it is to presume what God has to say, or to believe the directions invented by men that say killing someone who opposes you is the way to gain eternal life for your so called soul. That's not a soul they're talking about — it's a mind-controlled analog self being trained to kill for a lie.
Defeat the enemy? The great Satan. We all have the same enemy. It is our own mortality. The Satans were the Giants who were blamed for their own misfortune when a comet devastated the Earth.* Their descendants were giant cannibals who interbred with smaller proto humans.* And it is their ancient doctrines that still run the world from behind the scenes.
The ideological war in the world that is now occurring is between those who believe that humanity is a flower to be nurtured vs. those who believe people are beasts of burden to be corralled, controlled, and capitalized without regard to their wishes. This division of intent cuts across all denominations and sects, all creeds and practices — those who wish to harvest with no harm, and those who wish to harm with no harvest.
We have reached the point in time where we risk everything with every step we take, with every word we utter . . .
The only thing that ever had any chance of turning this thing around is the flip flop that needs to take place in people's hearts everywhere, with the nitroglycerine-like realization that the money woes that have tortured the world need not have happened, none of it.
Buckminster Fuller propounded the idea that economics is an utterly false science because it is based on the false assumption of scarcity. The world economy is run by the suppression of diamonds and oil so the price can be kept high. So the Queen plays Three Card Monte with all the uranium in the world while we spend our lives awash in this voodoo financial doublespeak that changes the rules every day for maximum flimflammery.
We should have stopped using oil a hundred years ago.
If a strong man could say, "We will ban the use of oil in ten years", it would create an economic energy boom the likes of which the world has never seen. But this cannot be accomplished under a monotheistic thought process, because the shortsighted death-denying presence of greed in the world will prevent it.
Everyone could have enough to eat if only we repossessed the books from the people cooking them.
The only reason it has not happened is because there was no strong enough honest man to get up and say, "Hey, this is all a hoax, keeping ignorant people in the dark in order to steal from them before you kill them" — and make it stick.
No Julius Caesar. And we know what happened to him. He was the great general who ended the Roman Republic and made himself a god. But he made the little people feel good and won every battle he ever fought. Except his peers knifed him to death for his troubles.
Hitler came the closest. But his message was and is deliberately lost in the Jewish translations of his intent.
Lots of other people have tried — the Lindberghs, McFadden, Forrestal, JFK — but those who can't be bribed or blackmailed are always murdered. There is never a shortage of willing accomplices in these projects.
All those years, all those men, not a single one who could make it through and tell us it was all a fabricated hoax in which those who went along got rich participating in the various legal robberies that kept the majority poor.
Now we have reached the denouement, when the last hope of liberty in the world is finally snuffed out by bikini-clad girls on daytime TV telling you the prizes you can win by just playing along, and the parents of the boys who came back dead from Afghanistan are back down at the corner store buying more lottery tickets and saying bad things about Muslims.
Don't tell me there is one philosophy to follow or one special messiah to worship. None of these substitutes for being honestly observant. In fact, any one of them guarantees that you can't be honestly observant, because you're trapped in the mindlock of your choice.
There is no answer to your question — the question every human who has ever lived has asked. Each person must find his own answer (it's not that hard).
But because we believe in these deluxe afterlives created for us by holy men, we are ourselves deceived in our daily purpose, which takes us on a path of impotence in the face of injustice, and crucifixion for our failure to resist tyranny.
The only thing that can save your from your sin is the satisfaction of your actions. Killing known tyrants who have broken every law in the books and lied about it is an acceptable — nay, necessary — category of activity, according to Thomas Jefferson.
The only thing that really counts is when a man shakes your hand and looks you in the eye, you can depend on the deal. Contracts are the codifications of lies.
The third greatest sin a human being can commit — and perhaps the worst decision ever made in human history — was to keep secret knowledge from the public at large in order to exploit and manipulate them for profit. Yes, this is what makes the world go round, and is at the root of every problem we have.
Today you might hear about this as "the secret knowledge" of the ancient sages that impresses us both by its age and its wisdom. The theory about keeping it from the general mass of people, following the logic of the Biblical injunction not to cast pearls before swine, is about the No. 1 cover story for oppression — I can't tell you this because you're not not bright enough to understand it, but you can be sure I'm acting in your best interests. That sort of thing.
If ever there was a road to hell, this is it. Coveting power is the manifestation of our wish to live forever. Nietzsche's will to power, Heidegger's being and becoming — all balanced, and teetering! — on the notion that we can survive the inevitable if we just win one more game, make one more profit, buy one more toy.
What was it they didn't want us to know? That we are descended from cannibals, and still tied to the psychoprogram through Communion and circumcision?
What all religions don't want us to realize is that all these iconic images are just metaphorical manifestations of our psychological projections, all misdirected myth aimed at enslaving you while it sells you something you already own.
Perhaps it is the human epitaph that we wait far too long, when the game is far too late to be reversed, to realize that all the games we've played and all the toys we've broken took us farther away from our goal that we could have ever imagined we'd get.
And that only by going back, and revisiting who that high hoped person you always thought you were had become, does the human species we have known have any chance of surviving.
Not doing this guarantees our future as rats in the sewer of our own misguided and manipulated desires.
Humbly submitted for your perusal by a serial sinner in the unknown name of the universal force that guides us all.
John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida, constantly trying to figure out why we are destroying ourselves, and pinpointing a corrupt belief system as the engine of our demise. Solely dependent on contributions from readers, please support his work by mail: 250 N. McCall Rd. #2, Englewood FL 34223 USA. http://johnkaminski.info/