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MARVEL DISNEY INTRODUCING PEDOPHILE GROUP INTO THE MCU

Interestingly enough, Professor X and Namor art happen to resemble either Satanists Aleister Crowley and/or Anton Lavey, which some fans think was made to look like writer Brian Michael Bendis.

https://cosmicbook.news/marvel-disney-pedophile-illuminati-mcu


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MARVEL DISNEY INTRODUCING PEDOPHILE GROUP INTO THE MCU

Interestingly enough, Professor X and Namor art happen to resemble either Satanists Aleister Crowley and/or Anton Lavey, which some fans think was made to look like writer Brian Michael Bendis.

https://cosmicbook.news/marvel-disney-pedophile-illuminati-mcu

Wow, that article was a stretch to get to the pedo connection.  Thanks for the giggle.  

 

Does Professor X resemble Crowley because a lot of Crowley's photos are of him bald? And Lavey looks like a character who was created 80 years ago?


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"Illuminati are racists bent on creating
one-world socialist New World Order"
- Quote from Disney Tong article

Well, yeah, that's the mantra all right. But I wasn't aware they were "racists." But if they work to "keep it in the family bloodline," then other races, and even cultures, will be excluded.

I have long held up the banner of the Illuminati. You know, the one that had its roots in ancient Rome, outside of the new church, whose name popped up again with Adam W and the Bavarian Masons. The latter was a Hot Zone if there ever was one - said to have influenced the French revolution and the rebellion in the western Colonies. It was so Hot that it became banned.

In the past 2 or 3 decades, there has been a growing campaign to label the shadowy, global elite (the super rich) as The Illuminati. I have repeatedly stood against this, citing the fact (?) that the creeps stole the title from the Secret Societies - which is true.

But recent research has demonstrated that the creeps infiltrated The Illuminati, and Masonry in general, at the highest, administrative levels. This is why the crazy people on street corners, and in blogs everywhere, are crying out against The Iluminati and The Filthy Masons, etc.

For an example, one might wish to review the history of the Oriental Templars, in order to see how this "infiltration" process might take place.

Anyway, I decided that the next time I saw "Illuminati" or "New World Order" mentioned, I would publish my retraction.

The term, Illuminati, has now become so embedded in
our cultural language as a name for The Black Lodge
that I, like the Master Therion, have decided to let
things remain as they are, and proclaim that y'all
can call the creeps The Illuminati.

I give up.

But do not identify the head creep with my HGA.
That was a Crowley formation.


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"Illuminati are racists bent on creating
one-world socialist New World Order"
- Quote from Disney Tong article

Well, yeah, that's the mantra all right. But I wasn't aware they were "racists." But if they work to "keep it in the family bloodline," then other races, and even cultures, will be excluded.

That site looks like a combination of Comicsgate and Qanon, so anything on it should be taken with a Mt Everest sized salt lick.

I have long held up the banner of the Illuminati. You know, the one that had its roots in ancient Rome, outside of the new church, whose name popped up again with Adam W and the Bavarian Masons. The latter was a Hot Zone if there ever was one - said to have influenced the French revolution and the rebellion in the western Colonies. It was so Hot that it became banned.

The actual, historical Illuminati.  I like to think of the "real" Illuminati today as those who have achieved illumination, those who have done the Work and achieved initiation from it.

But I understand using it as a synonym for the Black Lodge. I think a lot of people just use it as a synonym for "people I don't like and are therefore to blame for all of my problems", though.  


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a lot of people just use it as a synonym for "people I don't like

"The Devil is the god of one's enemies." - AC [parafraze]


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"The Devil is the god of one's enemies." - AC [parafraze]

Like the theories regarding the uses of the terms Asura and Daeva in Vedic religions vs the use of similar terms in Persian religions. 


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Like the theories regarding the uses of the terms Asura and Daeva in Vedic religions vs the use of similar terms in Persian religions. 

The devas (angels) and the asuras (demons) are descriptions of beings that can be seen and/or communicated with. At the causal level (Tiphh-Geb-Ches), they are appreciated as being separate entities from one's self. At higher levels, such distinctions disappear.

The Persian/Sumerian dragons were scary - the root manifestation in our fifth root-race of Black Magic ... also said to be the beginning of the present, evil Illuminati and Friends.

But these are all demons, not The Devil, who is the King of all the Dark Legions ... this title being reserved for the Id, found in the basement of everyone's consciousness.


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At higher levels, such distinctions disappear.

 

 

I was alluding to the Asura/Ahura and Daeva/Deva comparison between Vedic and Zoroastrian derived mythologies, and how the similar terms switch from angel to demon between the belief systems, but your response kind of touched on that too, in a broader sense. 

 

The Persian/Sumerian dragons were scary - the root manifestation in our fifth root-race of Black Magic ... also said to be the beginning of the present, evil Illuminati and Friends.

Tiamat, Azhi Dahaka, etc.  I see them as closer to titans than demons.

But these are all demons, not The Devil, who is the King of all the Dark Legions ... this title being reserved for the Id, found in the basement of everyone's consciousness.

Would you interpret Ahriman/Angra Mainyu as "The Devil"?

 


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Would you interpret Ahriman/Angra Mainyu as "The Devil"?

I have no great familiarity was these dual "guys." The Romans have Janus - one "guy" with two faces (black & white). So there's a precedent for light and dark forces as the ultimate ruler(s).

The heathen inscrutable (hopefully non-CCP) Orientals base their cosmology on dual forces, but (as a real Taoist once told me) they don't have people ("guys") representing them - they are forces (without personas). Tao manifests as Yin & Yang - in everything and anything. Okay. Great. But here's the punch line ...

The Chinese people, in general, will do anything to gain Yang, and will do anything to avoid Yin. This is stupid. The idea is to balance Yin & Yang. But they don't. Yang is life and Yin is death. They don't call Yin a Devil, or the Devil - but they treat it like Westerners treat concepts of the Devil.

Personally, I already identified The Devil with the psychological Id. That's the one we have to watch out for in our own personal lives and pursuits. The gods are simply various aspects of our very own being. Every god has his or her garden of consciousness, and there's a serpent in every garden.


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Would you interpret Ahriman/Angra Mainyu as "The Devil"?

I have no great familiarity was these dual "guys." The Romans have Janus - one "guy" with two faces (black & white). So there's a precedent for light and dark forces as the ultimate ruler(s).

The Chinese people, in general, will do anything to gain Yang, and will do anything to avoid Yin. This is stupid. The idea is to balance Yin & Yang. But they don't. Yang is life and Yin is death. They don't call Yin a Devil, or the Devil - but they treat it like Westerners treat concepts of the Devil.

Personally, I already identified The Devil with the psychological Id. That's the one we have to watch out for in our own personal lives and pursuits. 

I do find Zoroastriansm interesting.  To my knowledge, Ahriman is the only "god of evil" that started out that way.  

I do find it odd that Yin would be demonized in that way. I've never thought of it that way from any of my own studies of Taoism.

I can easily see the Devil as the id, though I don't think that should necessarily mean that id is evil. The Devil can become a great ally if you treat him as such and keep his excesses under control.


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