THE RISE OF ANTINATALISM
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Today as I was going into work, I was reading about another school shooting. A 16-year-old boy pulled a handgun out of his backpack at a Southern California high school and shot five of his fellow students, killing two, before he turned the gun on himself.
The deceased victims were identified as a 16-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy. The wounded victims were identified as a 15-year-old girl, a 14-year-old girl, and another 14-year-old boy.
The suspect survived his gunshot wound to the head.
According to police, it all happened in 16 seconds.
It was the suspect’s 16th birthday.
It sends a message that no matter what the motive was the shooter realized that life was not worth living and so he wanted to go out with others.
He was disconnected and distraught – some say he was triggered by his father’s death.
It is always hard to hear about how parents have to bury their children – it seems to be an evil that is so pervasive because it is difficult for young people to live in these times especially when they are told that they have to future.
Most experience evil, but few experience evil in its most absolute and terrible forms.
But the biggest evil of all is how children are being brainwashed by a generation of wealthy, empty, spiritually-confused people in desperate need of a new salvation story.
But the only salvation we hear about us how we all must die in order to save the planet or its resources.
There seems to be this religion or cult of doom that is permitted in society as an excuse to develop a philosophy that human life is no longer worthy to hold its head upon this planet.
“The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement” believes that “phasing out the human race by voluntarily ceasing to breed will allow Earth’s biosphere to return to good health. Crowded conditions and resource shortages will improve as we become less dense.”
This is the spiritual core of modern-day environmentalism: Humans are evil. Nature is good.
What we do know is that critical thinking is dead and it is affecting children.
The Apocalypse is being fueled by a lot of the demons we thought we have shaken off millennia ago.
I have often said that the Apocalypse, even Armageddon begins in the soul and war now is not just political fuel but fuel for the dispensationalist thought that end times prophecy eschatological events are transpiring making it an acceptable inevitability to be living in a country where war will be part of their everyday lives until the professed return, second coming or second incarnation of Christ or a messianic intervention.
Treading in the religious implications of such moves triggers a lot of religious debate amongst true believers; however, it must also be entertained or at least a dialogue must be had about the implications of staged events that appear to be a fulfillment of prophecy.
When you become a researcher of the fringe and the person who searches in the darkest alleys for paranormal happenings, you find something sinister and very powerful is driving those around us into making decisions that really have no explanation.
It is always easy to develop fearful notions that a lot of what is happening behind the scenes is cleverly obscured and in some moments, the open conspiracy is obvious and that those who are the planners in control of the world are driven by the occult relationships with powers and principalities that defy explanation.
When we look over the various secret societal rituals, symbols and the gods or devils that are worshipped in the darkness, it seems to be a scholar’s task of lining up numbers in mystical mathematic toil. The numbers line up along with the various planets. We are currently reaching the end of what is known as Mercury Retrograde.
All that is happening now is unbelievable and in the same breath, it is highly believable. In the heat of the moment, it is imperative that we clear our heads and look at what is happening and try to piece together what may be the fulfillment of prophecy, or a blueprint created to make it appear that prophecy is being fulfilled.
Many of you who know me understand that I see the world in patterns. I am a person who often detects symbolic language, actions, and the number that renders the mind waiting for a kind of synchronicity to unfold.
When you share this type of thinking with people, they are not always receptive and tend to think that you are prone to magical thinking.
I can assure you that it is not magical thinking – it is merely pattern-seeking and acknowledging that a lot of coincidence is meaningful and that it can be the result of calling upon a confidence trickster.
It can be intentional or unintentional; however, I can see that the confidence trickster we all know has been summoned and the devil comes quickly with wrath because as the bible has said, “his time is short.”
He must act quickly when summoned and when he is, we begin to see the aftermath of his machinations.
Follow me now – this is about to get weird.
There have been many reasons for me to be self-referential especially when we present the use of the Ouija board on the show and it tells us of the rise of Iblis.
Iblis, of course, is the adapted Muslim version of Satan or Al-Shaitan as with many demonic forms there are relationships within what is called the legion of demons.
In the Mesopotamian structure of religious belief there legions of demons that came before Satan, Eventually all demons and devilish gods were all under the command of the chief demons or Djinn and many middle eastern cults worshipped them as gods.
Many demons represented pestilence and the death of children.
Iblis was a devil that also was connected to another demon that was worshipped by a group called the Yazidis called Melek Taus or Melek. Melek Taus was depicted as a Golden peacock – in some areas he was also depicted as a horned bull god.
The Yzidis lived primarily in communities located in present-day Iraq, Turkey, and Syria.
Since the late 16th century some Muslims have accused Yazidis of devil worship due to the similarity between the Quranic story of Iblis and the account of Melek’s refusal to bow to Adam.
Melek and Iblis both did not bow to Adam as they saw man as an abomination that should never have been conceived.
The story of Melek had evolved into other demonic pantheons.
Iblis and Melek became Satan the devil that was mentioned by the Jews who eventually became Christians. Melek also in some ancient cults became Moloch the horned demon or God that was often connected to child sacrifice.
Melek, Iblis, Satan, and Moloch are demonic legions that share many of the same characteristics.
What is most disconcerting is that it was reported recently that a larger than life statue of Moloch has been placed at the entrance to the Coliseum, one of the most sacred Christian sites in Rome for an “art display.”
The Coliseum is believed to be the place where many Christian martyrs died, fed to wild animals or killed by gladiators during the Roman Empire. In 1749, Pope Benedict XIV made it official Church policy to view the Coliseum as a sacred site where early Christians had been martyred. He installed Stations of the Cross, declaring it sanctified by the blood of the Christian martyrs who died tragically there.
The placement of a pagan god responsible for the deaths of untold numbers of children in front of a sacred site has left visitors and pilgrims confused.
The Bible has a good record of the pagan civilizations and what they did out of allegiance to demon gods like Moloch.
According to the book of Psalms, They sacrificed their sons and their daughters to the demons; they poured out innocent blood, the blood of their sons and daughters, whom they sacrificed to the idols of Canaan, and the land was polluted with blood.
No matter the reason for the statue – it is evident that there is a message there about what we have been talking about in past shows about the sacrifice of humans for the sake of sustainability.
Raising an idol that represents a God or a demon that has no regard for human life sends a very chilling message about population control and the deaths of children in order to bring balance to the planet.
Those hanging out in the conspiracy theory circles estimate the magic number of those marked for death will be 2/3rds of a “chosen” population.
This is in reference to what is known as Daniels 70th week.
The 2/3rds reference comes from the Bible where God says in the whole land 2/3rds will be struck down and perish, and the 1/3 who are left will be brought into the fire. The phrase “the fire” is thought to be the refiner’s fire; a name that was sometimes given to the Great Tribulation. That means 2/3rds of the world’s population will die at the hands of the globalist empire.
A careful reading of the Book of Zechariah demonstrates that this 2/3rds will perish in what is known as the dispensation or last days.
It is also interesting to note that on a calculator 2/3 represented decimally, 0.666. The sequence repeats ad infinitum.
While the numbers are all random and sequence at times in ways that have us pay attention there seems to valid reasons to believe that there is a comprehensive plan of action that is being taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations that consult the various governments, to review ways the world can be prepared for a global network that can ensure the promise of sustainability.
While fertility and reproductive laws are being sought to reduce the population there is certainly an effort to encourage abortive procedures and later doctor-assisted suicides.
However, it has been determined that many millennials are not even considering bringing children into the world.
The U.S. birthrate is currently at its lowest in 32 years, with 2018 being the fourth consecutive year of decline. Usually, births increase at times of economic stability, so these latest numbers have led demographers to wonder what else is on prospective parents’ minds.
Well, a poll by the Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation in September found that 68 percent of respondents ages 18-29 say they are “afraid” of the effects of climate change, and 63 percent of teen respondents believe future generations will be harmed a great deal.
Many of them have decided that they should not bring children into the world because they see them as a burden on the climate and the planet. For others, the concern is less about what a child might do to the world than about what the world might do to that child.
There is also yet another anti-life trend that is popping up on the radar of those who believe in culling the population for resources and that is antinatalism.
Adherents of this trend view life not as a gift and a miracle, but a harm and an imposition. They see humans as deplorable and they even regret that they have ever been born.
It certainly is counterintuitive.
Last February, a 27-year-old Indian man named Raphael Samuel announced plans for an unusual lawsuit. He was going to sue his parents for begetting him. “It was not our decision to be born,” he told the BBC. “Human existence is totally pointless.”
His complaint was that it is wrong to bring new people into the world without their consent. He wanted to sue his parents for a symbolic amount of money, such as a single rupee, “to instill that fear among parents in general” because now parents don’t think before having a child.
The notion that having children may be a bad idea seems to be gaining mainstream popularity. But when we hear about it, it’s most often in the context of the climate crisis: activists are worried about bringing children into a world threatened by rising seas, mass displacement, and other calamities. Anti-natalists, however, believe that procreation has always been and always will be wrong because of life’s inevitable suffering. What is similar about both anti-natalists and climate activists is they are seeing an increase in attention due to general pessimism about the state of the world, giving both more opportunities to gain support.
The bottom line is that if you give up that which you value, the most you will gain more resources in the future.
In this case, it is life, it is your children, and it is the progeny of the future if there is any future left in this world.
Moloch is the demon that represents the hate of the current system of life. Moloch is the demon who declares throws what you love most into the flames, and he can grant you power, high yields from your land and victory against your enemies.
The Canaanite worship of this horned god had the ancients believing that they could get whatever they wanted, victory overall, so long as you make the right sacrifice. So long as you sacrifice your global maximum which included offering up children in order to limit the number of mouths that needed to be fed.
Moloch is the god of zero-sum existential competition.
Moloch is the watchmen over the faithful who die in the fires of sacrifice.
The metaphor for global extinction is something that is being pushed as our inevitability in 12 years – again a pitch that is counterintuitive and is giving people a reason to give up.
The University of Oxford recently determined that the probability of our entire species going extinct in any given year could be as high as one in 14,000 although it’s probably closer to 1 in 87,000.
Last month, a separate team from Oxford published its own paper on human extinction in the journal Scientific Reports and it found that people don’t seem to see the loss of humanity as uniquely tragic.
Researchers asked 2500 people about their views on the ways humans could be wiped out on the planet; in other words, which way would you prefer civilization to meet its demise.
They were asked to rank three possible scenarios from best to worst: no major catastrophe, a catastrophe that wipes out 80 percent of the human population, and a catastrophe that causes complete human extinction.
As you might expect, most people ranked no catastrophe as the best possibility and complete human extinction as the worst. But when asked to think about the difference in “badness” between the possibilities, most people were more bothered by the possibility of losing 80 percent of humanity than losing all of it.
The issue, it seems, is that survey respondents focused a lot on the individual human lives lost and how the deaths might affect those left behind, rather than on the loss of humanity as a whole.
When people were asked how they’d feel if we were to be guaranteed a better future most said that they would care about the possibility of extinction, however, at this point, the majority did not see the thought of a planet without people as tragic.
With the extinction of the Moloch cult millennia ago, is the sacrifice allegory still relevant and is it crazy to believe that a statue of this demon at the entrance of a sacred site a message to people everywhere?
We may not see the altars of sacrifice and the demons all have different names but we seem to see the philosophies of death and antinatalism creeping into our popular culture.
Millions of children everywhere are sacrificed on the altars of parental neglect, rage, and sexual molestation.
Many children today are being told that they have no future because of ecological disasters that will happen if we don’t change our form of government.
We have been exhorted to be environmentally aware, to be aware of terrorists, to be prayerful, to avoid meat and to spiritualize sacrifice.
However, the sacrifices we are being asked to spiritualize is destroying human values and human lives.
The oligarchs that ask you to join their cult of Moloch are ignoring human basic needs to be safe and secure in our lives.
In their so-called spiritual quest for sacrifice, we forget that any sacrifice that aims to destroy human life and safety should be avoided.
Someone should rise up and call it what it is – evil.