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Spring stump after storm

Posted by majutsu on May 23, 2010

Dead tree, lightning struck
Holds busy ants working in spring
Scattered mist of life within.

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The Unicorn of Route 13

Posted by majutsu on May 17, 2010

The Unicorn of Route 13

My skull has opened up again
between and above my two eyes.
Through this quarter-sized doorway,
aberrant brain reaches out in a long horn,
a tunnel to unimpeded mind.
Little eyes of the many-eyed me
have fallen off and rolled.
One, under the passenger seat,
or driving — watching as the coffin-lid
of bony skull is shut by
A trickster doorman waving “Bye.”.
Coffin lid closed and dead
to me out there,
I begin to dream
of men raising barns together,
because that’s what you did on Tuesday,
twice a moon.
Or else, in what barn would you live?
The game of hide and seek
already started, I rest my horned head
to count with eyes closed
in the virgin’s lap made
by my two arms and the steering wheel.
I arrive at work.

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The Final Battle

Posted by majutsu on May 8, 2010

There has been a battle, since the beginning of recorded history, between those who would live in peace, comfortably enjoying their natural talents, their friends and families, and their food and leisure, and those who would live in war, defending hierarchies, control over the actions and thoughts of others.

The pitch of this battle, as Marx rather eloquently predicted long ago, has reached an apex demanding resolution.

There are three tentacles to this battle, grabbing nearly every personal, political or intellectual act, and assigning it a place somewhere on the stage of this battle. The difficulty is that the three tentacles are friend, foe or subterfuge. It is the third tentacle that is the most confusing, as the side of war, as long as the objectives of hierarchy and control are achieved, is often quite comfortable using ambiguous or expedient symbols or political movements to further its ends in a duplicitous manner.

The friends of fascism are large corporations, imperialism, capitalism, racism, sexism and naked exploitation and oppression of any stripe. The ultimate aim of the war-mongers is to establish a comprehensive master-slave dialect. The corporate-military complex would have complete control over the slave race, robotized to thoughtlessness, devoid of resistance, whose blood is squeezed out in drops by the system like oranges for orange juice.

The enemies of fascism are socialism, human rights, gender equality, anti-hierarchy, and most characteristically, empathy – unifying the human race into one breathing body, and the earth into one symbiotic being of the earth-mother and all her creatures. People would decide on what’s best for the all, democratically, non-autocratically, leaving each person free to worship, love, live in peace, free from fear, control, or war.

The third tentacle is the most complicated. The side of war really wants control – since that has not been achieved, and some ancient hierarchical institutions prevent further, newer control by being burned in by time and custom, it becomes expedient to use forces of good in a masqueraded way as forces of darkness, or vice versa.

One example is Freemasonry. While the Freemasons advocate all races and creeds standing shoulder to shoulder in a new ritual, seemingly a move toward peace, it actually is the ritualized worship of evil, the annihilation of man’s humanity. Freemasonry began in the time of the Roman collegia. Originally, the collegia were centered around goddess worship and peaceful harmonious existence. Several times around year zero, several collegia led successful revolts against male-dominated hierarchy and the war machine of Rome. The result was the criminalization of the collegia, until about the time of Trojan, Nero, etc. Then the collegia were reformed as a microcog of the war-state. The most important collegiums of Rome, as Cicero points out, was that of architects and masons. This collegium is both the embodiment and the symbol of building the war-machine. The first step was banishing the goddess, by making the collegia fraternal only, obliterating women’s rights, inheritance, or even care or supervision of their own children. However, as nationalism and human natural sympathies, such as a son for his mother, a husband for his wife, stand in the way of congealed control, it is necessary for freemasonry to appear tolerant or even encouraging of religious tolerance, sexual freedom, political revolt, etc., only to loosen the old, natural bonds enough to establish a greater, more grandiose control.

Another example is religion. Jesus was caring, empathetic, and encouraged the issuing of the millennium of peace, which will one day be established, as evil ultimately has no real power over good. The early church with its female priests led by Mary Magdalene spread socialism, equality and caring; Rome was in its catacombs, on its streets, and its temples and houses of politics being over-run by Christianity, bringing their Celtic web-like natural human existence and oneness of the body of Christ. The Roman Empire of course saw fit to become the Catholic Church and to co-opt the symbols of Christianity in a false church, an empire in disguise. Women were subjugated, their influence obliterated, and their freedoms curtailed into slavery. “Just war” replaced the Christian dedication to peace. Ironically, the Catholic Church is now dedicated to destroying masonry, only because the Roman masters moved on to Masonic and political domination, leaving the tattered and used false church behind, since it now serves only as an obstacle to the more complete domination in store, though they spring from the same hateful source.

The Mormons, who sprang from freemasonry, and successfully masquerade as Christians despite being a Judaic religion with Masonic symbolism, right down to the fabricated tablets of law, are now the new religious arm of the hate machine. But while the divisiveness and hate is supported by the powers of war, the persistence of theism stands opposed to the annihilation of man’s dignity that complete fascism requires, leading to religions as diverse as Mormonism and Islam opposing socialism, masonry, women’s rights, war or peace in a confusing hodge-podge of goals. The same may be said of gay rights, the environmental movement, even socialism itself (when autocratic fascism as in Russia or China is masqueraded as “socialism”) when each of these movements may be utilized by the would-be saboteur to distract, divide and, most importantly, obscure the control and hierarchy that is simply, nakedly the aim of the war movement.

Zionism is at the root of the war movement – not Zionism as in Jewish, since there were no Jews. There were never slaves of Hebrews in Egypt, and with the records kept by the Egyptians, we know there was no Exodus of millions of Hebrews through the desert ever. There was no kingdom of Israel – no David, no Moses, and Solomon was a Babylonian king whose reign and artifacts are well-known. The Exodus that never happened left no ring, no coin, no bones, not one petrified turd in perfectly preserving sand. The Old Testament was made up at the time of the diaspora to convince the Jews to believe in a great kingdom and their natural rule over mankind to preserve them through hardship. Certainly the white Ashkenazi Jews placed in Palestine in the 40s were never even Semitic, displacing people there since 6000 BC with extreme violence to men, women and children indiscriminately. Zionism is a lie – the belief that some are destined by a terrestrial, war-like god (a devil really) to enslave the human race for their own comfort and benefit. Jesus was bringing the message of peace and truth, and this is why he had to be executed by the Zionist Jews, as his beliefs and practices hearkened back to the path of the goddess, to peace and harmony. Islam too, I believe, had tried to establish truth, but I believe it too was corrupted by Masonic forces of war and divisiveness, leaving only woman-hating and violence as debris.

The truth is love. The triumph is love. But the final battle, the last fingertips of the fading grasp of control remain, and the last convulsion, its death-gasp, will be fierce indeed.

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