Sunday, May 27, 2018

Wizards Don't Rule the World

As a matter of fact, members of large mainstream religions like Christianity do. But Poor Oppressed Christians apparently have a deep-seated need to be oppressed by things that don't actually oppress them in any way - like occultists. There are so few occultists in the world that even getting a few thousand of us together is a difficult chore that only a couple of national conventions can pull off - and there are individual megachurches bigger than that. Recently author Paul McGuire appeared on The Jim Bakker Show and told the evangelist and potato soup peddler about all the wizards and "supernatural multidimensional" beings oppressing him and other good Christians.

“The physical battles that we see in our world and nation right now are a direct manifestation of the spiritual battles going on in the invisible realm,” McGuire said in an audio clip flagged by Right Wing Watch.

“There are people very high up in what is called the globalist occult or globalist Luciferian rulership system, and this rulership system consists of what used to be called the Pharaoh-God Kings, it’s what Aldous Huxley called ‘The Scientific Dictatorship,’ and these are advanced beings who know how to tap into supernatural multidimensional power and integrate it with science, technology, and economics,” he continued.

McGuire even had the hierarchical structure of these advanced beings pegged, saying they are at the “highest level of the pyramidic organizational structure in which the highest ranking officers, if you will, of the New World Order and Mystery Babylon are ruling the earth through an organizational structure that looks like the pyramid on the back of the U.S. dollar."

"And they control the world because they understand that the true control of the world is done through supernatural mechanisms.”

Now there are such a things as magical powers, and some of us are even pretty good at using them. But they aren't anywhere near as instantaneously powerful as what you see in fantasy novels, and hardly any of the richest people in the world are practitioners. "Globalism" is basically about free trade - that is, money. When you know a lot of really rich people, or went to high school with their kids like I did, what you learn is that the key to being rich is to think about money all the time. That doesn't leave a lot of time for magical practice.

Bonus question - is there something particularly "godly" about tariffs in Poor Oppressed Christian theology? Because if they're opposed to "globalist" free trade, protectionism is basically the only alterative. So free traders are Satanists and protectionists are Christians? Is that what they're trying to say? I don't see anything about that in the Bible, which they supposedly believe to be the literal word of God. But I digress.

To be clear, if you're rich enough you don't need magick to rule the world. In the United States, all you have to do is donate enormous sums of money to political campaigns to get your candidate in, and then make sure that they know that they owe you. People have tried to argue with me about this, but I have yet to see anything suggesting that a spell is more effective for influencing policy than millions of dollars and an army of lobbyists. It's just common sense that this will always be the case.

It's true in regular life, too. In the wake of the Enochian classes I was involved in last month, Aaron Leitch commented that using Enochian magick for day-to-day things was like "using a nuclear-powered hammer to drive in a single nail." But as I've made more money, I've been able to obtain more things without magick because I can just afford them. Any problem I run into that I can't solve with money these days usually requires serious spellwork. That takes more time to learn than rich finance douchebags usually want to invest.

And let's face it - is anybody out there really going to tell me that a nuclear-powered hammer isn't cool? Not only that, you can buy my books, contact the Enochian entities youself, and get your own! It's a win all around.

But anyway, Poor Oppressed Christians are the best demonizers in the world. Fitting, I suppose, since they're responsible for classifying the entire hierarchy of chthonic spirits as "evil demons." They're just way too arrogant and self-important to believe that people who disagree with them are anything but unspeakably evil. So anybody who says anything against them must be a Satanic occultist who sacrifices babies and molests children. They can't just be, say, economists who think free trade works better than protectionism in the long run.

Let me tell you, these folks are so wrong about basically everything and want to strip rights from so many other people that there are a heck of lot more folks against them besides the world's tiny population of occultists. The vast majority of these "oppressors" are just reasonable, and therefore understand that Christian extremists are dangerous.

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