The art of deception is one of verbal and conceptual persuasion, designed to give a false impression of reality. This could range from something resulting from the fragility of a human ego, such as somebody who lies in order not to get in trouble, to potentially more sinister and purposeful intentions to gain power through misleading others. This sort of lying relies on saying something that oneself knows not to be true, but that can be used to coerce people into thinking or behaving in a way that benefits oneself. An example of this would be the threat of Hell, a common feature of the Judeo-Christian and Islamic dogmas. The imagery of a fiery place where sinners would burn in eternity is not emphasized in the Bible, though it is consistently referred to in the Koran; the Christian interpretation is mainly based on the Greek concept of Tartarus, a part of the Underworld reserved only for the most evil men after death.
The idea of Hell is not likely to be true in a literal sense, and the esoteric understanding is that Hell is a state of being rather than a physical place. If this is understood within the context of reincarnation, then it may refer to a life after death that is Hellish rather than a physical realm of torment. The only reason that there is a belief in the concept of a literal Hell is because foolish preachers and clergy believe in such things and tell other people to believe in it as if it were true. This is not true deception, since the false believer is not aware that his belief is a delusion. The more worrying aspect of this is when a spiritual adept knows that this is the case, but chooses to present a false impression to others for the sake of control.
The reason I wish to draw attention to this particular subject is because we are constantly being deceived in society through religious, academic, social and political institutions. They have been constructed in a way that is designed to trap us in false realities, confirming our delusions by extending the same indoctrination to the entire population. Naturally, there will always be those that can understand the difference between right and wrong, truth and lie; but it is also the case that we all suffer from delusion to some extent, because of lies that we tell ourselves or are told to us. Because of the insecurity of the human ego, this smaller part of us wishes to become whole, and will attach itself to any ideas or belief systems that appeal to our perception of the world. While it is worth believing in things that help to complete our picture of reality, since none of us can know everything, this also means that we must be careful of not adopting perspectives that contradict observable facts and our personal experiences. Fear of the unknown is one way that we can choose to believe in ridiculous ideas that, rather than meant to make sense of the world, only serve to cause us anxiety or even anger.
It is this weaker state of being that we can be taken advantage of, and can be persuaded to believe what is not true because it cannot be shown to be so. Sometimes, we choose to believe lies because the truth can be too hard to face. This is unfortunately why so many of us suffer from personality disorders and compulsive behaviour. When one knows that what he sees either in the world around him or within himself is not true, it causes angst because it does not fit with our worldview. This can then cause cognitive dissonance and result in the adoption of delusion. We have all had something that we thought about ourselves or our surroundings proven wrong, such as realising that we were not as talented as we thought, or that we are having constant issues with our environment that is causing personal distress. It is the refusal to acknowledge these problems that makes us feel like we have to believe what we are told in order to make us feel better about our situation, rather than facing up to the truth of it. In this sort of instance, we are then vulnerable to the machinations of liars and charlatans who wish to gain power for themselves.
It is unfortunate that our society has become ponerized, meaning that, because those with the most power suffer from psychopathy, then this is reflected in the society and psychopathic behaviour has become normalized. This means that deception is present in all aspects of society. From the food we eat to the clothes we wear, we are given a false impression of the scale of the effect that our decisions within a consumer society have on our environment and on other nations. We do not see the damage of our collective actions because they are obscured behind the constant presence of technology in our lives that distract us from realizing the true scale of destruction caused by over-civilization. People who are misled in turn mislead others as part of a cycle of entrapment within an ever-intrusive system. The lies told by corporations, the media and politicians are meant to make us think that the solutions to problems are only those which can be done within the confines of an already established system, which is the one that is being used to abuse us.
The system that has been created is founded upon the principles of using distortion and distraction in order to fool others into believing in a false version of reality. It is a tactic employed by psychopaths in order to conceal their true intentions. One example of this would be how such people hide behind the mask of Judaism as a way to shield themselves from criticism. By associating their actions with this particular ethno-religious group, they are able to simultaneously make their actions synonymous with Judaism while also getting away with their crimes by invoking claims that ‘anti-Semitism’ is being directed against them, even if most Jews have nothing to do with their machinations.
Thus, they have ensured for themselves a way to evade justice by both associating their actions with Jews as a whole and also the resulting reluctance to call out their behaviour by those who do not wish to seem anti-Semitic. The same is also true for Islam, where criticism of extreme interpretations of Islamic ideology has been interpreted as ‘racism’, even though such things have little to do with the race of those involved. While followers of the Abrahamic religions may not be involved at all in creating lies and are probably deceived themselves, and there is no point therefore in going after those that blindly follow, there is still a strong tradition of deception inherent in the Abrahamic faiths.
This technique of managing society through fear and scapegoating has been continuously built on top of our traditional societies since the migrations of peoples from the Middle East and North Africa into Europe, who brought with them the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. However, these belief systems are not based on the folk religions of that part of the world, though Judaism and Islam in particular have incorporated much of their practices into their own religions (as Christianity has absorbed many aspects of native European traditions).
Rather, the most destructive forms of these religions form a specific cult which spreads itself through intolerance and falsehood. Abrahamism is named as such after the Hebrew patriarch Abraham, the first iconoclast and smasher of ‘idols’, beginning the trend of destroying pagan worship within our groves and temples. He saw the expressions of the divine in the forms of images as distortions of divinity, as his own ego could not handle the concept of representing a divine force in physical form. It was this practice of controlling what symbols could be used to represent God and blaming others for spreading lies in order to maintain control over society that has been passed down to the present day among those who have power in religion and the media.
This was the beginning of a religion rather than a race, and it is worth emphasizing that the Ancient Hebrews were the descendants of European nomads (Hyksos) who settled in the Middle East and Egypt, and that modern ‘Jews’ are mainly descended from Levantines and North Africans (Sephardi Jews) and a tribe of Scythians known as ‘Khazars’ (Ashkenazi Jews). The ‘Israelites’ of the Bible were also known as the ‘Cimmerians’ and, after being expelled (interpreted as being ‘freed from slavery’ in the Bible) from Egypt settled first in Scythia, then Anatolia (Troy) after being expelled by the Scythians before being expelled by the Greeks and migrating to the British Isles, becoming the Welsh (‘Cymry’ comes from the name ‘Cimmerian’ and ‘Welsh’ from the Anglo-Saxon ‘wealas’, meaning ‘foreigner’) as well as the Gaels in Northern Spain (before moving on to Ireland) and also the Romans in Italy.
These groups are what became known as the ‘Ten Lost Tribes of Israel’, while the Judahites and Levites settled West of the Dead Sea and mixed with the locals, resulting in the culture of Pharisaic Judaism described in the New Testament. Again, these historical peoples are not for the most part what we could consider today to be ‘Irish’, ‘Welsh’, ‘Italian’ or ‘Jewish’ as they colonized the local peoples and absorbed them into their cultures, while also incorporating many of their local customs.
They brought with them a corruption of Aryan spirituality, which instead of being designed to spread truth to man, uses lies to deceive men in order to control them and gain material power. Firstly through the introduction of usury, whereby a man could borrow cattle from a nobleman at interest, ensuring a profit for the ‘Hebrew’ (deriving from the Ancient Egyptian ‘apiru’ and Akkadian ‘habiru’, meaning ‘bandit’ or ‘robber’). The corrupted nobleman could then use a bonded man to do labour for him and fight in his warband, all through deceiving a man into thinking that this sort of behaviour would not lead to the enslavement of his descendants through inherited debt. Thus began the introduction of forced labour and conscription, forming the basis of the state and the beginning of slavery in Western Europe.
Profit rather than honour and glory became the motive for warfare, and this cultural infection spread to Continental Europe, resulting in what has become known as ‘Celtic’ civilization, which was merely the local culture being driven by foreign motives. Though the newcomers were forced to share power with the druids, they were engaged in a power struggle from this point on, and frequently employed mercenaries to undermine the druids’ traditional authority. The Western European tribes began to form into states, presided over either by a king or by a council of corrupted druids acting as a senate.
After the Romans had sufficiently taken over much of the Mediterranean and Europe (the Romans were invited by ‘Celtic’ chieftains in Britain and Gaul to help fight their enemies), they then began a policy of incorporating the local religions into the Roman state religion, culminating in the Cult of the Emperor under Augustus and eventually in the adoption of Judeo-Christianity under Constantine. The institution of the Catholic Church, which outlived the Western Roman Empire, was able to continue the process of corruption and control over Europe. Though the ‘Celtic Christianity’ that was promulgated in the British Isles was initially an attempt to reconcile the traditions of Druidism with Judeo-Christianity, it was eventually overtaken by mainstream Catholicism in the Middle Ages and soon after Germania and Scandinavia also succumbed. This process also happened in Eastern Europe, due to the promotion of ‘Orthodox Christianity’ by the Byzantine Romans.
After the Middle Ages and the subsequent Protestant Reformation, Kingdom and Church morphed into People and Market, and the materialistic political religions of Capitalism and Socialism took over from the earlier form of social control. These ideologies are presented as options because they work within the material world, not in the spiritual one where these corrupt elites (plutocratic banksters and treacherous ‘clergy’ and ‘royalty’) possess knowledge that is purposely hidden from us, becoming ‘occult’ (meaning ‘hidden’). The self-serving system of our society is a result of the deliberate deception that is practised by all capable advertisers and socialites. When a person with completely selfish motives is not recognized for what they are out of misplaced respect and trust, then they are able to take advantage of others and convince them that their way is the right one, even though they simply mean to make us do what they want.
This information is one interpretation of the events described in the Old Testament and the subsequent building of so-called ‘Modern society’, where we are fooled into believing what is not true and helping to destroy ours and other peoples’ societies in order to advance an agenda at odds with our own self-interest. Those exhibiting psychopathic behaviour are using their skills to persuade others to believe in these false religions that they have created, which are only there to mislead us. This does not mean that those who hold beliefs derived from these religions are necessarily psychopathic, but that those involved in organizing others religiously or politically may have a tendency to exploit these religions because of their history.
As far as I am aware, these facts add up to contradict the given wisdom concerning the history of Judaism, and so the claim that the Jews are descended from the Ancient Hebrews is a misinterpretation perpetuated by the Abrahamic dogmas, in order to hide the identities of these psychopaths under the guise of ‘Christians’, ‘Muslims’ or ‘Jews’. It is because their religion is connected to others merely under their control that they can use these groups to fight amongst each other, a tactic played out mostly in political situations today and in the conflict between the Left and Right wings (two wings of the same bird).
However, these lies are starting to fall apart. The proliferation of information through the Internet has given us access to the knowledge that can be used to pass through the veil of illusion and see our world the way it is. The narrative that I have given is the sum of research using mostly online sources. Such information was once jealously guarded by the corrupted clerics, and are still difficult to interpret. Even the version of events presented here may have some incorrect information and conclusions, in which case I would urge anybody reading this to find out these things for yourself, as you now can. However, such endeavours must be accompanied by time spent with others or in Nature, as the virtual world can distort reality, as the forces that seek to deceive us in real life also operate online. Therefore, it is wise to know how to discriminate and know what information is useful and what is merely meant to sell us a product.
A society based on falsehood has been built up around us, and so we must be careful in escaping the web of lies that we do not cut at our roots. These days, the original folk beliefs are mixed in with Abrahamic religions, (and Abrahamism is sometimes present in Neopaganism) and so judgement of action is more important than judgement of belief. We do not want to be fooled into fighting against our fellow man, for if we do, then we fight against ourselves. Our quarrel is with those who use religious and political systems as a pretext for power-grabbing. The practices of Abrahamism are a misuse of spiritual knowledge in order to have control over the masses. Zionism and Islamism are their modern-day expressions and are used to abuse people all over the world. It can be difficult to know who to trust in such dark times, though we can discern those who have our best interests at heart if we know who our kindred and allies are. Remember, truth will set you free.