MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
I want to share with you how politics and parapolitics differ. I have been told by many people that I make claims that I am not political and that I uses parapolitical talk as a cover for a political agenda. I often argue that when I speak of parapolitical activities, I see it as an exercise in ponerology, the science of evil and the demonological way in which politics are used as a form of magik with a K or alchemical ritual that mesmerizes people into acting a certain way, basically acting upon the wishes of the master magician or puppet master.
Magik, of course, is that dark priestcraft that goes beyond parlor tricks and pulling Mr., Rabbit out of the hat it is a well-paced and long serving process that most people are not even aware that they are under a dark spell.
I want to illustrate tonight, how retro-causal magic works. It is a simple trick of using language as a virus.
Going back in history we can count on the occult practices within Nazism to make a point. Much has been written about the so called “Secret Doctrine” and Luciferian dogma and the cabal of the spiritual hidden masters.
We all know about what the Nazi party went on to accomplish. What people may not know is the extent to which these actions were inspired.
Throw in some authoritarian charisma and a little retro-causal voodoo and you have a poor population being told that the future survival of their race depends on their adherence to authoritarian superiors guided by a synarch or unknown brotherhood.
The challenge is how to illustrate that the same type or retrocausal magik is being used in the United States?
Well, first let us define retrocausal Magik.
It is a process of preparing you for a major even that has occurred in the future. The echo in transit affects the actions of those in the present.
If the master magicians have second sight of id the prophetic synarch knows of the event in the future they will conjure a way to get the people to prepare in the present.
For example, when you look at the 911 attacks nearly 3000 people died as a direct result of the attacks on the World Trade center – the person responsible we are told was Osama bin Laden.
This is the same Osama bin Laden that allegedly led the Mujahedeen the group that was crucial in wearing down the Soviets in the Russian Afghanistan war. The very same war that some say facilitated the fall of Soviet Communism at the end of the 1980’s.
So – in a retro causal way when communism fell in 1989 — it was 3000 people that were sacrificed in 2001 that may have influenced the outcome because of our relationship with bin Laden…the Mujahedeen evolved into al Qaeda and other terrorist groups like ISIS.
The question is whether or not you believe that an event in 2001 affected events in 1989. Logically it is insane to even suggest it but blow back when tampering with the laws of time tend to create problems for the practitioners.
It is all about the balancing the role of entropy in self-organizing systems.
We are obviously in an occult war—and the evidence is mounting to that conclusion.
Physicists as renowned as John Wheeler, Richard Feynman, Dennis Sciama, and Yakir Aharonov have speculated that causality is a two-headed arrow and the future might influence the past.
Furthermore, here is another example of what I see is happening that strikes at a bit of parapolitical priest craft.
This morning I tuned into CNN as I normally channel surf between them Fox news and Bloomberg. For some reason though I was transfixed when I was watching CNN.
Brianna Keilar was on the screen, freaking out over COVID-19, mask wearing, the President and his three day stay at Walter Reid, and his irresponsibility. CNN has called Trump a Covidiot among other things but Keilar strikes me as the official Karen on TV, as everything she reports seems to be COVID heavy as she bleats like a bellwether going over the top which includes yelling over people who want to give another perspective that goes beyond the scripted narrative that CNN obviously sends to their guests.
I actually went to CNN’s Website to see what her latest reports were about and listed were things like:
How Fox News and Trump are spinning lethality of COVID-19.
Teen who lost family to COVID-19 tells Trump to grow up.
Study: Trump likely largest driver of COVID-19 misinformation.
The list continues along with other “Trump sucks” type subjects that it is safe to say that there seems to be a pattern.
I can hear it all now – “Oh Clyde what about your claims of neutrality?”
Well, I will be the first to tell you that Trump should be criticized – but as I have also said there comes a time when you have to admit that an orange man has taken rent in your skull and that you use your journalism skills as the catharsis for your rage.
As I was watching I said to myself, What if we didn’t have COVID-19, what if we did not have to wear masks anymore, then what would we have? How would we see ourselves as a country?
I mean has anyone even thought about this? I mean this whole mask thing, and COVID-19 fear is wearing down and you can tell because of how you see veins start to form in the forehead of Chris Cuomo when he is yelling about how the President is irresponsible.
So again I want you to think about what would this country be like if we were no longer cajoled into wearing masks, or forced into social distancing?
Look at how you are being treated now –and how you are going to be treated after it is over.
Do you really think that after the election things are going to change and that Mayors and Governors who have abused their power are going to relinquish it for what is constitutional?
If your masks and COVID-19 were to disappear overnight, we would have to come to realization that this country has fallen victim to authoritarianism.
They call it the New Normal or the Neo-Normal.
I believe that it will be a paraneonormal. A government that is a shadow if its former self, where the people no longer will be self-governed but forced into a peasant class and will be ruled accordingly.
We’re told that life is never getting back to normal, so we need to suck it up and accept a world of mask-wearing, economic disruption, and social distancing. It’s a denatured echo of the warnings we’ve heard before that government responses to COVID-19 are pushing the world toward authoritarianism—but dressed up as if that’s a good thing.
That’s unfortunate, given that less-intrusive responses to the pandemic are proving at least as effective as heavy-handed ones. And that’s before we even discuss the inherent value of the freedom that looks destined to be pushed aside by public health concerns and by disingenuous government officials.
Granted , all of the many complaints we have about government today—surveillance, militarism, corruption, harassment, political persecution, spying, overcriminalization, were present before COVID-19 but the way the law has been circumvented, allowing for mobs to carry out their color revolution and criminal activity has pushed us to a new low.
Our so called leaders have enforced their arbitrary rules of conduct like wardens of a prison guaranteeing hardship and a decimated economy.
How long before the crime rate quadruples and people start living an apocalyptic morality and our little dictators continue to take away the power of the people in a government that is supposed be for them and governed by them?
How long can we in good conscience continue to give an audience for all of the extremists in the world needing legislation to somehow state their victim complex?
The sad thing is that we are rationalizing it as the new normal when it isn’t even normal.
It is paraneonormal. It is the new normal with a touch of that demonological flair.
My producer, Wes, shared with me something he read the other day online and I thought it certainly explains that situation we are in now.
He explained that If you take 100 black ants and 100 red fire ants and put them in a jar at first nothing will happen. But if you shake up the jar the ants inside will go crazy and start killing each other until none remain.
It goes on to say that this is what is happening between white and black people, liberal vs conservative, masker vs anti-maskers. The real question is, who is shaking the jar and why.
Although this is not completely accurate, ants will always kill a warring colony without provocation, it does ring true for human nature. We are perfectly okay with those we disagree with. You can say we will “disagree and still be friends.” BUT if something shakes us and gives us fear, COVID-19, government overreach, police brutality, color on color crime, we start to lash out and fight with one another. The question we should be asking is who is shaking our jar, and why.
Back to CNN — CNN International Security Editor Nick Paton Walsh last week wrote a piece where he stated:
“As 2020 slides into and probably infects 2021, try to take heart in one discomfiting fact: Things are most likely never going ‘back to normal,'” In his piece he discusses the likely permanency of mask mandates, telecommuting, reduced physical contact, and similar changes to life.
The whole comment is retro-causal doom saying. The future is already affecting the present and as the author specializing in authoritarianism George Orwell wrote “Who controls the past controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.”
I will add that those who are cocksure of the future are already affecting the present.
A future event has already happened and we are the victims experiencing it now – once that future event happens we will know why we were forced into tyranny.
Walsh continues by saying that many things that people do in the future will still be dine as a matter of choice but a good many of them will be imposed by “politicians who pretend that ‘normal’ is just around the corner.”
We’re supposed to accept our newly constrained lives as “the new normal”—in a phrasing that’s already very tired, and worn out.
Actually, repeated references to a “new normal” aren’t just tired; they’re ominous.
They are part of a neurolinguistic programming ritual that creates a retro-causal trap.
These are words that are calls to action and as they wish us to continue to utter the words “new normal” people begin to believe that the new normal of oppression and the peasant class is a foregone conclusion.
Andy Wang warned in May in the Harvard International Review.
“As the need for an extension of quarantine into the summer or beyond seems likelier, the new normal will certainly include unanticipated trade-offs, the central irony of the crisis may be that the very methods that liberal democracies are currently using to effectively fight the virus are the same tactics that authoritarian leaders use to dominate their people. While the world is not sinking into authoritarianism, a post-quarantine world could be less democratic than its previous iteration; the tools that have been temporarily deployed in the fight against a once-in-a-lifetime disease may become permanent.”
These authoritarian tools may become permanent because government officials are rarely punished for doing something, even if the something is awful and counterproductive. It’s leaving things alone to be worked out by individuals according to their own priorities and preferences for which politicians get called out.
No one is recommending that some of these local officials should stand trial for crimes against their state – but right thinking Americans that believe that their lives have been destroyed by them should demand investigations, file lawsuits arrest and jail them if a court finds them guilty.
It needs to be said that , people who go into government tend to be the sort who naturally gravitate toward abusing power. And crises are excellent excuses for accumulating unprecedented authority and using it in novel ways.
Human Rights watch cautioned in April that:
“For authoritarian-minded leaders, the coronavirus crisis is offering a convenient pretext to silence critics and consolidate power.”
No one in America listened —or even heeded the warning because it was never reported on mainstream media and anyone who warned of the abuses of power were told to stand down and go with the program or else face that cancel culture, censorship, your business destroyed or worse.
Amnesty International reported in June that the ‘lockdown measures’ adopted by many European states have disproportionately impacted racialized individuals and groups who were targeted with violence, discriminatory identity checks, forced quarantines and fines.”
The UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression noted in July –“Governments around the world must take action to protect and promote freedom of expression during the COVID-19 pandemic, which many States have exploited to crack down on journalism and silence criticism.”
The U.S. has hardly been immune to public health-driven authoritarianism during the pandemic.
Jenny B. Davis who contributes to the ABA Journal warned:
“In halls of power across the country, the growing novel coronavirus pandemic has sometimes been used to stretch, bend or ignore established law and policy, Fundamental freedoms, privacy protections and access to justice have been curtailed in the name of public safety, with legal justifications ranging from appropriate to patently inaccurate.”
Since then, judges have overruled some officials, including the governors of Michigan and Pennsylvania, who overstepped their authority and violated fundamental rights.
“The Constitution cannot accept the concept of a ‘new normal’ where the basic liberties of the people can be subordinated to open-ended emergency-mitigation measures,” wrote U.S. District Judge William S. Stickman IV in his September 14 decision regarding Pennsylvania’s public health rules. “Rather, the Constitution sets certain lines that may not be crossed, even in an emergency.”
And yet, local Florida authorities vow to keep fining people who don’t wear masks in public even after the governor told them to stop. And New York City is forcing schools, restaurants, and other businesses to close again in nine neighborhoods, all in the name of fighting the spread of COVID-19. Public health excuses continue to ride roughshod over protections for individual rights.
This should be remarkable even to people who, for some reason, don’t especially care about “fundamental freedoms” and constitutional “lines that may not be crossed,” because authoritarian lockdowns are certainly not the only way forward.
The New York Time reported last week that In Sweden, new infections, if tipping upward slightly, still remained surprisingly low,” It reported that “Almost alone in the Western world, the Swedes refused to impose a coronavirus lockdown last spring, as the country’s leading health officials argued that limited restrictions were sufficient and would better protect against economic collapse.”
It’s not that Sweden did everything right on the issue, or that it completely avoided the effects of COVID-19. Instead, the country seems to have pulled through a difficult period at least as well as other countries without disrupting life or indulging the power-grab fantasies of government officials.
Sweden serves as an indication that respecting people’s liberty doesn’t inherently pose a health threat, and that a virus shouldn’t be used as an automatic excuse for forcibly curtailing normal life. And, once the virus passes, there will be a minimum of authoritarian detritus for Sweden’s residents to clear away.
For the rest of us, the pandemic is likely to leave lingering damage. The “new normal” of life after COVID-19 threatens to look a lot like old-fashioned authoritarianism.
Using the term over and over again is like calling out to the universe and the reply is the response that scientists who don’t want to speak of magik call entanglement.
Huw Price, a University of Cambridge philosopher who specializes in the physics of time asks, ‘Could the world be such that we do have a limited amount of control over the past,’ ” Price says, the answerer “is yes.” What’s more, Price and others argue that the evidence for such control has been staring at us for more than half a century.
That evidence, they say, is something called entanglement, a signature feature of quantum mechanics. The word “entanglement” has the same connotations as a romantic entanglement: a special, and potentially troublesome, relationship.
Especially if some future event, or cataclysm is forcing us into a pattern and the only answer is authoritarian rule.
Retro causal models have forced physicists to reconsider long-standing taboos. In affording a role for future events in the present day, it joins a line of thought stretching to Plato and Aristotle. They argued that nature, like man, is organized around final ends and goals. Just as the purpose of the baker is to bake, the purpose of the raindrop is to fall, and of the seed to grow into a tree. These so-called teleological approaches fell out of the scientific mainstream when Newton and his contemporaries proved that you could predict the future of natural objects using only present circumstances. There was no explicit role for the future, or need for it.
With retro causality, physics may be forcing a very old idea back into the conversation.
It can be argued that retro causal magik is working in the present and that a Luciferian brotherhood is again working its magic to program us for the New Age of enlightenment, when in reality, it will be the acceptance of tyranny forcing everyone to give up.