To Bind the Mind, Part IV: The Domestication of Man

Now that I have covered the main strands of ideology driving the enslavement of humanity, I can now move onto describing the techniques that are used to keep humans in a state of ignorance from which they can be easily manipulated. Such techniques are derived from those used to herd animals, which was a practice …

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To Bind the Mind, Part III: Satanism and Luciferianism

Having examined the present state of our society and the overbearing influence of corporatism, I now wish to draw your attention to the spiritual and psychological origins of this state. In Western culture, the mythological motifs drawn from Christianity are the most familiar to us, though all cultures will have their equivalent of the trickster …

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To Bind the Mind, Part II: The Cult of Corporatism

As a follow-up to my previous article, I wish to expand upon the ways in which statism and centralized hierarchy is applied to the economic sphere, in order to demonstrate how such a system attempts to control the supply of resources in a way that restricts freedom of trade and, ultimately, freedom of expression. To …

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To Bind the Mind

I wish to expand upon an article I wrote concerning the power of words and thoughts and I want to focus on how applying skills in this area may be used to constrain and bind individuals psychologically. When ideas are propounded by an individual, they usually have one of several outcomes: either they allow oneself …

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The Eagle and the Serpent

In Norse mythology, there are several beings which are associated with the world-tree Yggdrasil. Atop it's branches, there sits an eagle, on whose head is perched a hawk named “Vedrfolnir.” At the bottom of the tree, there lives a giant serpent, named “Nidhogg,” who knaws at the roots of the tree, which must be constantly …

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“Separate the Wheat from the Chaff” – The Art of Discrimination

In attempting to write articles in recent months, I have struggled to express myself in a way that I feel satisfied with. That is, I have found it immensely more difficult to be content with what I had written, and have even taken down some articles as I began to question the ideals which I …

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World of Illusion: Living within a Fabricated Reality

As we drift through our lives, day to day, it can be easy to forget that much of what we experience as reality to ourselves is artificial. Our species has managed to construct ever more elaborate means to simulate experience though media devices and much of what is considered “entertainment” these days. While it is …

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