Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Novel Predicted New World Order

by Bill White 

In the early and mid 20th century, a group of science fiction writers with occult ties began to push a vision of the new World Order, working into their writings occult themes that resonate today as the Anglo-American-Zionist complex tries to break the last bastions of resistance to One World. H. G. Wells and his socialist vision is well known, as are Aldous Huxley and L. Ron Hubbard. But less appreciated today is Arthur C. Clarke, and particularly his novel, Childhood’s End.

Like many in the One World circle, Arthur C. Clarke was an occultist who followed the teachings of Aleister Crowley and his Order of the Oriental Temple as well as an agent of MI6, the British intelligence service, which like the FBI and CIA, the German BND and the Zionist Mossad, has been a key instrument for the authors of One World. Best known for collaborating with Stanley Kubrick in 2001: A Space Odyssey, Clarke's 1953 Childhood’s End makes the Satanic gods of the New World Order much more explicit.

In Childhood’s End, as human beings are, in 1973, about to travel to the moon, spaceships appear over all of the world’s capitals controlled by hidden beings called the Overlords. Within those silent, unmoving ships, master psychologists are studying human reactions. The Overlords have giant computing machines and a psych-social science in which such events as economic depressions, the results of armament races, the stability of social groups, political and coon, could be analyzed by the correct mathematical techniques. Using this science the Overlords dismantle all of the world’s religions, take over the United Nations, place all of humanity under surveillance and enact the World State.

The results is Utopia. Production becomes largely automatic. All the necessities of life are virtually free. Men work for the sake of the luxuries they desire, or they do not work at all. It is One World. There is no one on earth who cannot speak English, who cannot read, who is not within range of a television set, who cannot visit the other side of the planet within 24 hours. All potential criminals know there can be no escape from the surveillance of the Overlords. “And what earlier ages called vice was no more than eccentricity.”

These élite Overlords remain hidden for 50 years, two generations, before they reveal themselves. 50 years is ample time in which to change a world and its people beyond recognition. All that is required for the task are a sound knowledge of social engineering, a clear sight of the intended goal, and power.

But when the Overlords reveal themselves, it turns out that they never had the power they projected. The great fleet of the overlords dissolves into nothingness. The silver clouds that had hung for a lifetime over earth’s capitals had been an illusion; Humanity had been conquered by purely psychological weapons. As for the conquerors, “there was no mistake. The leathery wings, the little horns, the barbed-tail—all were there.” Humanity had been brought together in One World by a race of devils.

This belief, that Satan and Lucifer are extraterrestrial beings, is a very real one, known to religions 5000 years ago, and part of the official belief system of groups like Aleister Crowley’s OTO.

By the time people realize that the whole thing had been a psychological trickery people were so fat and prosperous and institutionalized that there is no will to resist. People are kept in universities on and off through their entire lives. Sexual mores are dissolved. Steadily rising standards of living are due to the Overlords. And the World State completely disarms humans against their masters forever.

What make Clarke's work unique is that all of the practices and then technologies that he describes have either come to pass or are being viciously fought for and exacted in Western states today. As such Clarke is far ahead of George Orwell, who correctly foresaw a dystopia, but whose tiny helicopters and surveillance TVs have only just come into being with drones and webcams to spy.

Humanity is then allowed to fatten for two more generations, 50 more years, before it is harvested. All human children undergo a psychic transformation into something post-human. They combine with en entity known as the Overmind and then destroy themselves and Earth. “All the hopes and dreams of your race are ended now…they will be a single entity…It would be simplest, and perhaps more merciful to destroy you…For what you have brought into the world may be utterly alien and it may share none of your desires and hopes.”

This, too, is the ultimate goal of the One World movement today. Since no later that the 4th century A.D when the philosopher Syrianus syncretized Orpheism, Platonism, and Pythagoreanism, the occult forces have achieved the substitution of the promise of reunion with the One God for the oneness of oblivion, a unit they had been pitching for many millennia before. Arthur Clarke’s Childhood’s End explicitly reveals the occult meaning in internationalism and multiculturalism, and deserves a renews look from the world’s nationalists.




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