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Robin Williams is dead because Ferguson is burning

Conspiracy theories are fun because if they are true, then the world is a much darker and infinitely more interesting place than if the vanilla default loudly declared by the mainstream is our true condition. For example, nobody should desire a world in which chem trails are not a reasonable thing. After all, if there aren't chemicals being deliberately dispersed in the atmosphere for some nefarious purposes, then that means that the chemicals present are in fact just pollutants that we are collectively too stupid to do away with. Deliberately poisoning the population is actually a better option - it means that at least some human beings are smart enough to use their power and wealth to absolute ends.

Do you think the fluoride is in the water to control your mind and reduce your ability to resist? I have bad news for you... It isn't. It's for your teeth, homey. The mind control chemicals are in the bottled water and in the filtration systems they sell you to filter your water, and the chemicals in question are not on the labels. The only safe water is probably the tap water.

What THEY sell you, you'd better not buy. In this MATRIX, your attitudes and opinions define and reveal you. If you buy face cream, and do crunches, and quit smoking, and eat kale and avocado, and "go green," and work in a job that cannot be explained in simple terms to a small child, then you BELONG. And when you BELONG to something, you are a slave. That thing, or group, or those people OWN you. If you are someone's valued property, you get to live... for a while.

If you are the RESISTANCE, then you don't go with the program. You BELONG to the COUNTER-CULTURE... Much like Robin Williams did, a million years ago in a place called "America."
Controlled Opposition is critically important in maintaining the right electro-chemical balance among the PROLES.
Robin Williams was a great light among performers and a truly unique personality. His loss is palpable in a world sorely in need of a good laugh. We are told he committed suicide. I am sure that he did. But what I think that few of us are willing to realize is that his suicide was just as surely an "Illuminati" murder.

You see, THE SYSTEM that rules all of us is controlled by people who know that the population is too big, and it's getting bigger. THEY plan to reduce the surplus by astonishing levels over the next several centuries. You've probably heard this kind of Agenda 21 bullshit before. The difference is that the Vicar is not a nut, at least in part because he is able to recognize Agenda 21 for the cipher it truly is. The Vicar is going to tell you what the truth is, and then many of you are going to disregard or overtly reject it. So here we go: Here's the GLOBAL ELITE'S real evil plot:

Everyday shit kills you. Normal shit kills you. The food kills you. What's in that FAST FOOD? Do you really think it is FOOD? Stuff that is advertised as a cure or a solution kills you ironically. That's the evil depopulation plan. You kill yourself. Prozac makes you kill yourself, or Seroquel, or Buspar. Pick your poison. Some slow deaths have been out there for a while now (alcohol & tobacco) and there are some quick deaths on the horizon (euthanasia clinics & sacrifice clubs). MDMA kills you as surely as does heroin (legal and illegal) and meth and crack. Muscle builders and protein shakes are probably killing you. Milk is killing you. Weed is super illegal because its spirit awakens enough creativity in some that they become genuine resistors, who fall off the grid - so now it will be legalized so that it can be chemically sprayed, "for your health." Depression and despair triggered by economic disadvantagement kills you. Abortion kills you before you were born. Birth control kills you before you are conceived, which is a neat fucking trick metaphysically speaking. War kills you and disease kills you. Riots kill you. Martial law and military police kill you.

The control mechanisms are not ever focused on a single approach. Only a fool tries a single approach, which is why that little jack-booted thug in Germany had to die. He had many techniques for killing, but only ONE SYSTEM. And so he had to go, felled by the New Rome. By this, a new empire could arise, and spread a new SYSTEM, of MANY SYSTEMS, designed to bring all humanity under the spread of its mighty eagle's wings... but called the UN.

You guys know that you pronounce, "UN" as "uhn," right? Neurolinguistically speaking, UN means the disunity of nations - literally, "not the unity of nations." It is the agent of death, and death's angel. It is a false unification, held together by the metaphorical spit and bailing wire of a corrupt global elite: wealth, corruption, greed, lust, and brute force. The fact that BRUTE FORCE wears a powder blue sweater does not change the fact that BRUTE FORCE can fucking kill you. It just looks really pastel when it's doing the deed.

Confirmation bias serves to drive popular will, and by this, the numinous mass known as Public Opinion. Such a thing of course does not exist. There can be no absolute distillation of belief, because all human beings are to some limited extent unique, and as such, no two minds will follow the same cognitive patterns.

Synchronicity is the binding force that can explain all things, but it is more importantly a force that may be tapped into and used to great effect. The better one understands synchronicity, the better one knows the difference between it, and the impossible coincidences that reek of conspiratorial activity.

The current conception of the American Middle Class emerged from the relatively remote and now bizarre concept of the freeholder - a man who controlled his own patch of land and ruled his own destiny and that of his own family. This was not a paradise for women, children, and minorities, but for us to pass judgment on the views of the dead is not only useless, it is also irrelevant. None of us knows how we might have reasoned or acted had we been born a slave 300 years ago, much less had we been born a plantation owner or a vintner's son, or a wheelwright. These are not things anyone can know, except for wizards - and as a wizard I can tell you that when you were born 300 years ago, you totally believed the same things everyone important to you expected you to believe... Just like you do now. No matter who you think you are in relation to the STATE, the relationship is in fact unchanged. You are someone the STATE can and does manage, or else you are dead.

The form of government does not matter. It is the manner of governance that matters.

America's Middle Class is a function of a political necessity. In order to build an empire, the Americans needed a strong economy capable of fueling an even more powerful military. The Civil War had demonstrated that American determination and ferocity - quite evident in the Mexican American War and even in the Revolution that the colonists nearly lost - when joined with ingenuity, equaled a true powerhouse. Technology was very determinative in the Civil War, and while other nations like England and France could match us in many ways, they could not be certain of achieving a clear victory against so large, productive, and aggressive a foe.

Soldiers from before the era of steroids and super-serum.
Providing industrial jobs to wage slaves began as a new feudalism (as the natural human governmental form is roughly feudalistic in nature), but it transformed into a means of producing a large bourgeoisie. This in turn could be taxed and enlisted in the military when needed. Thus, a volunteer army of patriotic, dedicated soldiers could be fielded, replete with the spiritual and moral advantage of true-believerism. Such an army, well-armed, well-led, and incredibly well-supplied by that massive industrial complex, could hardly be beaten.

During the Cold War, the propaganda in the U.S. and disseminated abroad focused on the material wealth and comfort of the majority of Americans. This was an essential tool for countering the lure of various populist and anarchistic/socialistic political philosophies that emerged just before and during the 20th Century. Communism looked sickly and poor alongside the smiling American NUCLEAR family, that inescapable trope of the forever-perfect 1950s.

Then JFK got a little off the chain and ahead of himself, talking about and seriously funding space exploration. Malthusian predictions indicated that the Earth's population would go off the deep end one day, trigger a critical mass event, and yield near-certain, near-total, global destruction. Even REVELATIONS couldn't match the horrors to come. So the ELITE decided in thousands of little lodge and temple meetings of hundreds of different secret societies, community organizations, business & trade organizations, and academic hang-out clubs that there had to be effective plans in place to prevent the population apocalypse.

The ELITE'S solution? Kill people. Get them to kill each other. Get them to kill themselves. Let disease and privation kill the Third World, let proxy war and upheaval kill the Second World. Preserve the First World... or at least the obedient populations that would be of some use. Let those who BELONG, live.

By contrast, JFK's idea of investing in the space colonization dream didn't sit well with the GLOBAL MASTERS. It was upsetting, and sounded a whole lot like one Nobleman's clever populist ploy to gain the full support of the people and proceed with unseating his fellow Noblemen. In essence, JFK got a little too CAESAR for even CAESAR'S taste.

The dystopian science fiction that you read about or watch is always and only one of two things. Either it is a metaphor for the world you currently live in, authored by a member of the controlled opposition - the COUNTER-CULTURE - or else it is a predictive text training you to submit to the horrors of tomorrow, which will not be as obvious in real life as they were in the book or movie. This is why there are now cameras everywhere, usually purchased by the very people whose rights those cameras are used to violate.

Yes, it was.
The purpose of social media is to get you, in writing, on record, to say things that can be used against you. If the government does this, it is seen as oppression. So instead, your crazy Facebook past can keep you from getting that good job in the future. BELONG, or you will have nothing. Be careful what you say to each other. Constantly worry that you might be offending someone. Worry. Worry. Anxietize. Be afraid. You could lose everything. Run, little hamster. Run in your wheel.
Assault on Capitalist Macro State: Success!
Of course the truth is that the hidden agendas and fifth column elements are not hidden at all, and no fifth column is necessary where four are getting the job done. The ENEMY is in plain sight. This is why QuikTrip was burned to the ground in Ferguson, MO. Not because poor black people are inherently stupid and thus burn down their own communities out of rage and frustration. Rather, a more Makavellian truth is present: Poor black people know very well who the MAN is, and how he RULES. QuikTrip is the MAN. And the MAN just got cut.
The Republic never looked quite like this...
But this kind of rioting and resistance is micromanaged. It's not going anywhere that it isn't permitted to go. The autogenesis of these things isn't really any of the ELITE'S concern. They know perfectly well, from the boardroom to the White House to the Office of Student Affairs, that there will periodically be unrest. The mechanism that is important isn't a means to reduce, prevent, or otherwise preemptively satisfy needs and demands to head off such unrest. It is instead a cultural manipulation tool - you might call it something like, MEDIA - that insures that perceptions will remain fractured when they should be unified.

If people in a society are suffering and fearful in large numbers, they really have no logical place to look other than to the big houses and gilded palaces and ornate retreats of the very most powerful and wealthy. The French understood this in 1789. If you kill off the ELITE, or at least a substantial number of them, you can redistribute their fluid wealth and empower new groups. These of course become the NEW BOSS, but that isn't all that important when the NEW BOSS reigns within the reach of living memory of a mass slaughter of the OLD BOSSES. It's a constructive reminder, and reminiscent of Jefferson's musings on the Tree of Liberty and the Blood of Tyrants.

The main issue is always the same, however. The fundamental human desire is for freedom, and nothing equals freedom like the empowerment that comes from not having to do things for yourself. And wealth means not having to do all kinds of things for yourself. It means having others do for you. But this is not a thing desired only by the ELITE. It is also what a great many of the decadent poor in Western nations believe - that they should be given things, rather than have to work for them. This is a politically dangerous statement, because it is so overtly and obviously true. This is also completely devoid of a racial component, since it is a common view of the decadent poor of any society or time, without regard to skin color or other superficial characteristics. Some human beings are just spoiled.

But that's okay, because the "Illuminati" have a plan to throw out the ones that have gone bad.




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Artificial Enemy created by Real Enemy to make Enemies among those who should be Friends. If the voice of the revolution starts making sense, it is time to introduce dissonance and confusion into the equation.

Her name is Athena. The Founders belonged to her order. Their descendants created an indoctrination apparatus that looked like a capitalistic entertainment production corporation. Yesterday never stopped being real. Faith never dies, it just transforms.
The best lies are almost always well-packaged, well-maintained, and loudly insisted upon.
Lies that are true are the best lies of all.
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Handing the opposition the tools of revolution and the symbols of resistance is sometimes misunderstood by the uninitiated as the process of pre-conditioning a population to accept certain alterations in the nature of the regime. But the regime has never been all that impressive a thing, any more than the revolution has managed to be televised. That which is televised has died. We don't do TV.

Slavery is like laundry: there are many subtle levels.

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Where's the Plane?

CNN recently asked a psychic to answer the question, "Where is the plane?"

I'm so glad you asked... But next time, CNN, get a real Wizard.

The plane is already in the water, broken up in order to present evidence consistent with a crash. Eventually, some sort of cover story will emerge that the pilots either became confused or deliberately sought to take the plane off course and redirect its cargo and passengers to locations unknown. For the Vicar's money, the pieces spotted on satellite bobbing along in the south Indian Ocean are probably the MH370. Where the passengers are is anybody's guess. I sincerely hope their bodies are never found, because if they are found, it ends up directly implicating U.S. intelligence services in the murder of over two hundred people for causes both unknown and undiscoverable.

Where the plane initially went is what matters.

It was sighted by people in the Maldives, flying low, and headed in the general direction of the American naval facility at Diego Garcia. The pilot had trained on his at-home flight simulator to land at Diego Garcia. The simulation records were deleted on February 3rd. Little more math is needed. What is going on now is the search for the deliberately created wreckage, which of course the mainstream media and public consensus will recognize only as the result of a plane crash. But the MH370 did not crash, at least not initially and not randomly. It was instead flown to Diego Garcia and landed. Whatever was essential to this intel op was then offloaded, and the plane was done away with in a manner consistent with "lost at sea" kinds of scenarios.

This whole matter is so black-project that I am not interested in going any deeper in the matter. The internet provides ample possible answers, most of them totally spurious, some of them mostly wrong. But to actually know what happened requires high level security clearance and it is never a good idea to use psychic power to discover what only top level intelligence officers are permitted to know. It is even less wise to disseminate the information in a public forum if one acquires it. For a practitioner of the occult, that's an excellent way to end up kidnapped and forced to remote view from inside a tiny cell for the rest of one's life.

Also, be wary and try to remember that the great powers of this planet have always continued the tradition of retaining magick users of skill and talent to obfuscate and protect certain types of information. Some of the government psy-warriors are strong enough to kill over great distances. And even if you are a practitioner strong enough to respond in kind, do you really want to dodge the Black Order for the rest of your days? Because trying to dodge them makes "the rest of your days" much shorter no matter how well you think you can run and hide.

My message to my brothers and sisters in the Occult community - for what two cents is worth - is to avoid this particular matter like the plague. It is not a simple disappearance case, it is not a case of alien intervention, and it is not whatever it will end up being advertised as. This is a clear case of U.S. military and contractor intel operations, and has been one from day one. Leave it be. Because for goddess' sake, if you scry the matter for a public news outlet and accidentally get some details right - or worse yet, actually get impressions from the mists that turn out to be right - the folks responsible for the operation are going to want to talk with you. And by "talk with", I mean beat or possibly kill. In any event, you will disappear.

Politically, this has something to do with globalization agendas, terrorism, India, and China. Beyond that, I know nothing and neither does anybody else. Let those brave folks who play the spook game do their jobs, and let's the rest of us stay out of the way. The Long Game is far more important than one pass at the lists.

Be Well,


SETI has Already Proved that there are Alien Civilizations

It is already a foregone conclusion that the United States is ruled from a secret underground base in New Mexico, by Nazi Space Aliens.

It is equally well-established that aliens are demons.

You do the math.

Okay, here's what's up. I'm going to write you an article that explains how we actually already have proof of alien life, and of alien civilizations, by way of signals from said alien civilizations. Then we're going to talk about what these things might mean, and what they most likely mean, using Occam's Razor to trim away fatuous bullshit or otherwise dangerous nonsense that serves only to distract. But before I get into the meat of all that, I'm going to deliberately write in some mind-testing, spirit-measuring mechanisms that will whittle down the reading population willing to tolerate that kind of nonsense. Secret knowledge is secret for a reason.

Ergo, if you really just want to read about why we are surrounded by aliens who are screaming at us, all the while we sit in the dark corner with our fingers in our ears, muttering to ourselves, then skip ahead to the parts that look good. But you already do that, anyway, don't you? Of course, if you skip too much, you'll miss all the secret messages, slip-coded images of boobs, and strange metaphorical puzzles that reveal eternal truths to the wise seeker, but who needs that kind of pressure, anyway?

If you are this woman, then you should totally call me.
My friends, Space is noisy. . Yes, I just cited Wikipedia. The Vicar does this for three reasons:

1. General surveys of knowledge constitute the prime starting points for research. Demanding additional or more specific citation is like asking your mommy to get you some food - when you are twenty-eight years old. (Maybe it's time to move out, Jerry. You know who you are.)

2. All relevant Law is on Wikipedia, and law students have been beating the curve for years because of this fact. The same pattern applies to a number of other high-dollar professions. So Wikipedia can't be too useless. Your anesthesiologist consulted Wikipedia about four minutes before coming in to administer your meds. Wikipedia saves your life on a regular basis. Deal with it.

3. When you want to put something important into a social or cultural medium, you use a distribution method with a wide impact. By this, we may be deceived and awakened by exactly the same information at precisely the same instant. The Bible works the same way, as does Playboy and Popular Science.

Space is noisy because it is ringing. Vibration is the name of the game. From the moment of explosive inception to the endless edge of eternal nothingness, Space rings like a giant bell. It was struck in the moment we call the Big Bang - which of course never happened - and the act of striking God's Bell has given rise to the moment we might instead call the Big Band. All of Space is playing you a tune.

Reality is filled with resonating metaphors.
When astrologers - sorry, that's "astronomers" now, by way of the "same job, different racket" principle - began looking for signs of intelligent alien civilizations, they cooked up the bright notion of scanning for signals from above. How this is supposed to differ exactly from the King having his Wizards search the Heavens for a sign from the Gods, I do not know, but try to ignore that irritatingly repetitive pattern, and focus on the here and now. Because the truth is, when the Wizards searched the Heavens, they got messages - the very messages they were looking for. And when Seth Shostak listens to the skies, he hears what he wants to hear, too.

SETI has received a handful of compelling signals from outer space. The most famous is the 1977 "Wow" signal, but that is not the only example of transmissions that might originate from an alien species. A much more recent signal was observed, called SHGb02+14a, and this latter signal was received 3 times. Of the two clear examples of alien-sourced radio signals, it is SHGb02+14a that is the most compelling, for precisely those reasons stated by detractors for its supposed insignificance.

Opponents of the notion that the universe is filled with intelligent life often cite the sparse evidence collected by SETI over the years as somehow definitive or dispositive proof of the absence of civilized cultures: we should expect a better signal-to-noise ratio if there are a lot of advanced societies out there.

An assessment of the viewpoint from which such a declaration is made demonstrates immediately that the issue is not one of the absence of evidence. It is instead that the evidence exists and is clear, yet it lacks the character and nature required of proof within the context of a certain bias. Because our scientific principles require repeatability as a factor for evidence to be convincing, our understanding of the phenomena we identify is faulty.

When radio astronomers set out to discover the types of signals to search for, they cooked up certain criteria. These include the use of radio or light, perhaps in the form of lasers, to transmit intelligible data streams above a particular threshold. The threshold in question is the noise of the universe, generated by natural phenomena. Of course, life itself is a natural phenomenon, and the factors produced by said life may be indistinguishable from other ostensibly certain natural phenomena, like Pulsars and Quasars. Remember, the determinations we have made in regard to such things are theoretical at best - and in reality, purely hypothetical. No one has visited a black hole or a nebula or another solar system. Our current views are the result of careful conjectural guesswork and mathematical principles applied to evidence we collect because we believe it has relative significance.

Those radio astronomers had a clear method and a programmatic approach to their search. Current radio astronomy continues this tradition. The astronomers are not fools, and they have worked hard to establish norms by which to judge the "validity" of a signal. They additionally worked out what radio band to search in - using the hydrogen "waterhole" as the best frequency bandwidth in which to search. Clearly, the Vicar is not a radio expert. What I do know is that the signal should be in the 1420 Mhz range, because the abundance of hydrogen in the cosmos allows signals along that wavelength to penetrate farther while maintaining some coherency.

The four signals we are discussing in this essay are in that bandwidth. They contained significant elements of a "valid" event - strength, intensity, the possibility of meaningful information transmission. The "Wow" signal did not repeat: it was received once, and lasted 72 seconds. Signal candidate SHGb02+14a was picked up three times - but not from a star system that we can see. It came, instead, from deep space.

Skeptics deride these signal events as meaningless because they exist in the absence of corroborating follow up transmissions, and in the latter example, the signal came from the direction of... well, nothing. But these detractions are inversions of the truth: these are the very reasons that the signals are almost definitive proof of the existence of alien life. Somebody out there sends out radio signals, too. We aren't the only ones. And what's more - whoever it is, they think somewhat similarly to us. They invented radio and use it in such a way that we are able to pick up a signal from them that stands out from the noise of space. They are aware of the magical 1420.4556 MHz frequency, and sent a very narrow band, highly concentrated message, much like what a human radio station might be expected to produce. The chance of something like this happening as the result of an as-yet-undiscovered "natural phenomenon" or a reflection of an earth-sourced message off of an object in space is exceedingly low. There are skeptics who have argued otherwise, but most mainstream scientists now discount the "reflection of an earth signal" theory. This would require particularity of angles and ratios such that it is less likely than that the signal is an alien radio broadcast.

A frequency of 1420 Megahertz is nearly identical to the frequency at which hydrogen resonates, and our alien DJ knows it. Cornell physicists, Philip Morrison and Giuseppe Cocconi, suggested in a 1959 Nature article that an alien species might attempt to make contact using that frequency, because it would be meaningful to creatures with a similar understanding of science. No less, earth radio restricts the use of this frequency precisely because of its use in radio astronomy, so a signal coming in at 1420 Mhz is very likely to be from somebody other than those of us on this planet. But the Wow signal suffers from that idiotic canard of the irrational skeptic: it fails the repetition test, and as such, it cannot ever be validated as a function of an experiment.

The notion of repeatability of an experiment and the continuity of results between experiments is founded upon a simple basis: where a phenomenon is identifiable and can be tracked, it will resurface and be validated. Patterns may be derived. Circumstances and processes can be identified and predicted.

These kinds of parameters do not apply to the sort of evidence needed to demonstrate the likely existence of alien life - a proposition less absolute than stating the existence of aliens as a certainty or near-certainty. These latter declarations anticipate a scientific law yet to be determined: the universe is filled with life. We offer instead, and by way of counter-offer and olive branch, a different proposition: the scientific theory - not hypothesis - that the universe is filled with life, and that advanced civilizations are nearer than we might commonly hold.

SETI has already demonstrated that there is evidence for alien life. The Wow signal and SHGb02+14a came to us on the same frequency. They are what we have been looking for: they meet the expected criteria. The fact that the Wow signal was a one shot deal should not surprise us. It's likely that the signal's author figured it was sufficiently coherent and above the volume of the cosmic background noise to make clear to the recipient what was going on. And Wow was sent to us (unless we simply overheard it) by a transmitter with something on the order of 2.2 Gigawatts of power. That's fairly big. The Roumoules transmitter in France at peak has a transmission power of around 3000 Kilowatts. So, there's little to no relationship between what sent us the signal and what we commonly use here on earth.

We can potentially assemble 1 gigawatt of transmitting power, but our signal would come clearly from our star system when the receiver looked for the source. Remember, the SHGb02+14 signals came from deep space. And to be honest, Wow looks like it might have done so as well. That means that these signals might be originating from structures, built by aliens, traveling in the interstellar medium, and broadcasting with enormous power. No less, the signals come from far enough away that we are talking not only of a similar intelligence to our own, but one already significantly more technologically advanced than us as much as 100 years ago.

The Vicar does not believe he is the only dude on the planet that has worked these clear logical connections out, however. In fact, I am not the first person to say these things. But my gut tells me that the major powers on this planet had experts and intelligence officers in their employ at the time these signals were received who also did the math and realized that E.T. is hailing us. And ask yourself this question: If these are the signals that have been disseminated for public consumption, how many have been received that have not been revealed at all? Are we really to believe that there is not a secret government program to listen to the sky, utilizing superior equipment, resources, and people-power? Really, skeptics? You are going to naysay even that?

Uncle Sam knows death can rain from above, possibly better than any other cartoon propaganda character on earth. He knows to listen to and to watch the skies.

Here's the thing, though. Radio is ridiculous as a communications system with respect to interstellar distances. Provided that alien races do not simply have impossibly long lifespans from our point of view, it is likely that they will have sought out better transportation and communications options than those offered by our current version of physics. If they are able to mount 2.2 GW transmitters on interstellar probes - just probes, mind you, not Imperial Star Destroyers - then they might have quite the edge on us in a number of other ways, as well. So why send us an audio clip of their morning drive-time show?

We are not the only species in the universe with a fishing metaphor, I can guarantee you.

By the way, you guys know that NAADC - the old NORAD - has a term for objects that periodically enter and leave our atmosphere, not apparently under human power, right? Because they do. The term is Fastwalkers. Why would a critical aerospace defense complex have a term for something that ought to be solely an element of science fiction? Because it is not a matter of science fiction. NAADC periodically picks up things that come to earth, and more importantly, it sometimes picks up objects that leave the earth. Ask yourself this question: Who can readily leave the earth in such a way that the only people who notice are NAADC?

Possibly the same folks sending radio signals out from structures in deep space.


The Secret Wizards, and the Wizard Language: A Rosetta Stone for Interested Parties

Why would someone claiming to have an agenda focused on the dissemination of sacred information couch that information in totally bizarre, obtuse, and purple language? Why obfuscate and intimidate with absurd wording and over-complicated sentences?

There are codes, and then there are codes.

Consider always who is watching and listening. They will perceive that the effort to conceal is obvious: it is in fact best to tell someone what you are about to do to them before you do it. So a Wizard says, "Get ready, because I'm about to lie to you, and you are going to believe it anyway." But knowing that something is going on is very different from understanding what is going on. My predecessors were really good at this. Who knows Shakespeare? Now, who knows Bacon half so well? And does anybody read the Dowd's Study of Amalathunsa anymore?

Something to think about, there.

The reason this works is threefold: Recall that all of the big stuff is threefold. If it cannot be divided into threes, then it quite frankly doesn't exist. Insisting upon its existence will not change that fact, unless you insist really hard, and three times, at that.

The best form of hiding is in plain sight, because nothing is hidden that is not also revealed.

Wizard language is a slip-code. This term refers to the fact that information is "slipped" into totally mundane places, and to the fact that the code is not a code at all. It is simply a way of saying and doing things that obscures the general meaning. Language is mostly in the face and body. Wizards read your mind because you are telling us what you are thinking.

Words are for deception. The easiest way to hide something is with words.

The truths that people wish to tell, they tell by their actions. The Wizard learns early how to read the human face and form. Those born with what we call, "the talent," know more about the world around them by the age of three than the uninitiated know by 30. [# code 3-38] Not understanding words, the Wizard child understands truth, instead. Buddha was one such, Vanaimoinen another.

What is self evident is impossible to understand.

As created and uncreated entities fill both the universe and the nothingness that envelopes all universes, it is impossible for any one entity to understand everything around them. Our mundane perceptions are derived from our five senses. The reality is that these are not the totality of the onboard sensory package available to us. We have also a sense of balance, a proximity sense, the capacity to detect predation, and a variety of decreasingly scientific but no less real abilities.


Take the following tale to heart, and you will possess the true secret of understanding the Way that is concealed because it is revealed.

The Finns talk of a great old Wizard, called Vainamoinen. He was a song-singer and tale-teller, older than every other living thing on earth in his day, impervious to weather, and the champion of the manly arts of dancing and making matter appear from thought. He was the perennial enemy of the Ice-Witch, Louhi, and a general all-around bad mofo and ass-kicker. Think Merlin, but then make him a Viking and give him an imposing Finnish beard. This is Wizard propaganda at its finest, and by that we know that about one-half of it is true.

Wizard propaganda is guaranteed to be 50% true - over 85% more truth than the other leading brands.

Vainamoinen was famed for his defense of the Finns, and his bond with the land. Modern scholarship has revealed that his name means something like "song-singer" and that he was originally a god among the Finnish people. He is thought to have been a ritual-master sort of deity, a conveyor of sacred songs which could take or give life, bring the weather, and make the seasons mild or harsh. These are important things to consider when one lives in Finn-land.

The only problem with this story is that it is total nonsense. This is not to say that there was not a genuine historical figure upon whom the character was based. That is almost certainly the case, since most of the major mythological figures reflect at least an archetypal conflation of persons and identities, and at most, specific persons.

The problem here is that Vainamoinen is not exactly the proper rendering of the real Wizard's name. The "right" way that it is said in the deepest Occult circles is Vanaimoinen. And the simple act of moving the letter "i" unlocks a code.

This is a memory device for recalling the oral tradition elements upon which all genuine Occult teachings are still based. Using the internet will not give you links to the sort of information you need if you want to possess true magick. A library might get you started, but then you would run out of living people to go chase down and try to get answers out of... people who would - all the while knowing what you seek - protest ignorance and eventually get a restraining order against you. You might find an old, dusty children's book from 1911, for instance, in the basement of a library in Ohio, or one in the Piedmont region of Italy, in which the name "Vainamoinen" appears to be misspelled as "Vanaimoinen." It's a simple error, a misprint, an editor's oversight. And you might find that the publisher's seal, somewhere in the tiny details, contains an owl... If only you could find the author, and ask the right questions, all would be made clear.

Vanaimoinen unlocks a deeper secret: the name is Vanainatyam, which ended up getting shifted around by the ancestors of modern day Finns about 2200 years ago, due to linguistic differences. The great Finnish God and culture-Wizard is in fact based upon a wandering Tamil holy man who managed to find his way into the heart of Finland - on foot, with one garment and a small branch of the bael, or aegle marmelos tree - a trek of about 4000 miles as the crow flies. It was said that with the bael branch Vanainatyam could cure the sick, and that it would bear fruit for him - a golden apple - if he performed certain songs and dances.

If you noticed the thing about the Golden Apple and thought, "I wonder if there is a Greek mythological connection?", then you are on the right track with the wrong horse. As my father would say, "Change horses."
Vanainatyam is a Tamil conflation of terms that means something like "form-dancer." The meaning is significant, and its connection to the mythological Finnish God and wizard is clear: both men are known for power over the material world exercised through music, and both men are known for their spiritual linkage to the divine. The only real issue here is that Vainamoinen is widely attested and known to mythologians and students of Nordic culture, whereas Vanainatyam is totally concealed from mainstream literature and history. He hides within his better-known counterpart... in plain sight. Wizards keep a secret history of the world.


Good question.

The answer is - in part - because we can. The rest of the answer has to do with the fact that a great deal of European and Mediterranean art, culture, religion, and philosophy resulted from contact with India and China in deep antiquity. Athena's Men is an order that arises out of an English cell of Wizards known as the Knights of the Helm. The fascination amongst Elizabethan English nobles with exotic climes is palpable in their literature, and the Occult orders in the West knew of the importance of Indian magick in the development of Western Civilization. But this is not how any culture group prefers to collectively think of itself. It is a difficult pill to swallow to find that one's greatest achievements come from outside of the social body. While this is an aspect of provincialism, it is provincialism that informed most of the people of the past. It continues to exert undue influence over human thinking in the modern day.

Wizards know this. We have known for much longer than is reasonable that human beings live on a planet in space. As such, we are not properly divided into regional teams that can war on one another for absurd causes. But this is not the view of he everyday person, and some truths are too jarring to be told.

Wizards of the East, of the Orient, have been a major factor in a great many Western tales. There's even a trio of them that show up in a story popular around Christmastime - at least in the suburbs.

Vanainatyam was a relative late-comer in the grand scheme of things. He was preceded, according to Wizard history, by a whole line of spiritual teachers, yogis, martial arts masters, philosophers, and other assorted kooks. Much of the Occult tradition has its roots in the same places that the Himalayas have their roots. Not only is this because of the strong spiritual force exerted by mountains upon the minds of men, but it is also because Tibet and Nepal contain some of the best territory on earth in which to hide. [Also, Yetis taught the ancestors of the modern Nepalese the central secrets of magick about 6300 years ago.]

When real Wizards talk about being occulted, they are very serious. If you are going to hide somewhere, the ancient sages teach us, hide in plain sight... except for when you are fleeing from an army or even an entire empire bent on decapitating you, because you might have taught the King's daughter that she can do whatever she wants to with her life. At those times, discretion suggests that you find the most remote place on earth, and hang out until this whole thing blows over.

The Tamil connection brings us geographically much farther south, into the pointy part of India. Very ancient magick resides there, and it is from there that some of the strongest shamanic workers are still said to come. If you need a demon out of you - and I mean out of you yesterday - find a Tamil Wizard. I have no idea why this is so, but it is absolutely proverbial in certain circles.

Thus, it has long been known to a select few that certain of the biggest names in Magick - the ones depicted as White Guys with Staves - were in fact Indian holy men. How did little old Dravidic sorcerers impress great big Vikings? Perhaps their magick was quite real, after all.

But a more important question is this: Why did these men lose their true identities, and turn - via the forces of narrative reinvention - into the archetypal source for Gandalf? Was it racism? Is that force so deeply ingrained in the Western mind that it stretches back to hoary antiquity, the result of a genetic curse of sorts?

Naturally not. Racism is an antiquated political theory and philosophy. And bear in mind, antiquated things have a way of reinventing themselves, particularly when magick is used in their resurrection. Remember Hitler? Remember Hitler's fascination with India? But this is the whole of such matters. The truth behind this act of concealment is that this is how magick works. Speaking to the conscious mind only accomplishes so much. You can breed and train royal families on such things, but it takes far more to do the great work of getting us back to the stars, where we belong.

So armed, see what dragons ye may slay...

Now that you have an example of how we integrate information into the mainstream, the challenge should be clear to the serious seeker: How many other stories like this are there? How many other absolutely true historical narratives are nothing of the sort?

Slip-code takes a very long time to master. But we have ample time, generation to generation. What will you discover, when you see beyond sight?


"Are ye forgiven? What have ye learned? Live rightly, and there shall be no need of forgiveness. Seek out thy wrongs, and set them right. This is the whole of the body of the secrets." - Vanainatyam, Guardian of Finland and the Finns.