In the poem HOW THE BUILDERS BUILD THEIR HOUSE I wrote the following:
Staring at the stars gave the architects understanding
And the houses of the Zodiac, a time-scale for their planning
Through secrecy they got squarely, in League with their vows
To re-make humanity, they had to externalize their House
Let’s elaborate on this!
In THE BOREDOM OF SKEPTICISM I’ve already explained the foundations of how the world is run like a corporation and in CLOSE TO PERFECTION I’ve gone into the simultaneous process of deconstruction of the world society and devolution of the 99,9%, combined with the secret apotheosis the remaining 0,01% seeks to achieve. I advise you to read these first. In this essay below I will make it more clear for the reader how and why the initiates are building their global enterprise towards the heavens. Along the way I will sometimes add some speculations, hunches and ideas that dawned on me while researching and writing this. Hopefully those might lead to ideas by people reading this. There has to be some kind of grand method to the madness on how the Agenda unfolds through the centuries; with the naming of influential individuals in the agenda, the names of the main organizations and doctrines used, and I also expect even deeper alchemical levels as uncovered until now.
BUILDING FOR PROGRESS
In the INTRODUCTION we can read a very broad outline of the real meaning of Progress. It is the outcome of the dialectical way history plays out. John D. Bernal was one of England’s leading scientists in the 1950s and 1960s. His book Science In History gives a thorough overview on how science has been used to steer society. Speaking about the advent of the scientific revolution, Bernal named both Descartes and Bacon as a main pillar and placed them not against or opposing each other, but perfectly in line with.
The major difference, however, was that while Descartes used his science to construct a system of the world, a system which, though now almost forgotten, was able in its time completely to supersede that of the medieval schoolmen, Bacon put forward no system of his own but was content to propose an organization to act as a collective builder of new systems. His function as he saw it was only to provide the builders with the new tool—the logic of the Novum Organum—with which to do it. In this sense they were strictly complementary. Bacon’s concept of organization led directly to the formation of the first effective scientific society, the Royal Society. Descartes’ system, by breaking definitely with the past, put up a set of concepts which could be the basis of argument about the material world in a strictly quantitative and geometric manner. 
One of the main acolytes of the Royal Society was of course Charles Darwin, who wrote in his autobiography that he “worked on true Baconian principles”, and only after he “happened to read for amusement ‘Malthus on Population’,” his theory on natural selection through the struggle for existence dawned. Darwin had for years been mentored by Sir Charles Lyell, of who Darwin wrote that “he felt the keenest interest in the future progress of mankind”. What’s less well-known is the fact that also the other person responsible for the theory of natural selection, Alfred Wallace, thought that “perhaps the most important book I read was Malthus’s Principles On Population”, as he wrote in his Autobiography. Wallace learned from Malthus that the less fit of a species always tend die off early, and “the strongest, the swiftest, or the most cunning” survive, as do “the best hunters”. Wallace concluded that “it suddenly flashed upon me that that this self-acting process would necessarily improve the race, because in every generation the inferior would inevitably be killed off and the superior would remain—that is, the fittest would survive.”  So in the end it wouldn’t have mattered much which of the two pals was credited for the theory and became the Royal Society’s poster-boy, because both Malthus and eugenics would always have been introduced. Of course; this is an intrinsic part of the elitists esoteric philosophy.
Many initiates call themselves ‘Builders’. So let’s first see what high-Masonic historian and philosopher Albert G. Mackey tells us what this word means for the Craft. We learn that the
chief architect of the temple of Solomon is often called ‘the Builder’. But the word is also applied generally to the craft; for every Speculative Mason is as much a builder as was his operative predecessor. An American writer (F. S. Wood, of Arkansas) thus alludes to this symbolic idea. “Masons are called moral builders. In their rituals, they declare that a more noble and glorious purpose than squaring stones and hewing timbers is theirs, fitting immortal nature for that spiritual building not made with hands, eternal in the heavens.” And he adds, “The builder builds for a century; masons for eternity.” In this sense, “the builder” is the noblest title that can be bestowed upon a mason. 
So it is important to understand that the endpoint to where the initiates are building, is something which will last for eternity. In CLOSE TO PERFECTION you can find confirmation that the “awful sacrifice” of the Great War had to lead to the unification of the world for all eternity. This makes it clear that it meant much more than just a world government or something like that, because such a thing will of course never be formed for all eternity. The plans for humanity go in fact much deeper, a permanent change in the species and maybe all living organisms on Earth is what they’re really after. With Masonry I don’t only mean Freemasonry, but in fact all Mystery Schools which have, or have had the same or similar underlying philosophy of enlightenment and becoming gods. As Eliphas Lévi, one of the main influences on Albert Pike, wrote in his book Paradoxes Of The Highest Science, all the Mystery Schools in history can be lumped together under the common name ‘Masonry’: the sons, or children, of the Light. The lodges where Freemasons meet are seen as a representation of the world, sometimes even the universe. Master-Masons who really go up in their role can therefore envisage themselves as He-Man; Master of the Universe! If he only could find his magic key, then Eternia would be for him, forever! Mackey also wrote on the way the brethren see civilization, and so he tells us that
Freemasonry is a result of civilization, for it exists in no savage or barbarous state of society; and in return it has proved, by its social and moral principles, a means of extending and elevating the civilization which gave it birth. Freemasonry is therefore a type of civilization, bearing the same relation to the profane world that civilization does to the savage state. 
So here we can find some understanding in why the high initiates don’t see themselves as the same as us. It is therefore very important to always check if an intellectual, writer, speaker, or even a blabbering politician is a Mason or not. Because if they are, they might mean something very different when they use words as “civilization”, “Man”, “humanity”, “savage”, or “barbarians”! Are we even included into their plan for Progress? For instance, when President George W. Bush loudly declared their war to the barbarians or savages, we as inhabitants of the West mostly nodded agreeing, thinking he must have meant all those awful extremists in the Middle-East. But did he?
Unfortunately most initiates haven’t been very eager to share their membership with the world, which certainly is also due to the fact that the Masons have been prosecuted and harassed from almost since their inception. Most of this has been unnecessary and unfair, because the Lion’s share [no pun intended] of the Masons have always been and still are righteous men, who just look for friendships and maybe some business benefits. By far not all initiates are real Builders, only a small inner elect is. The best explanation of this was already featured in the FUNDAMENTAL PHRASEOLOGY, where we’ve seen the famous Masonic philosopher Manly P. Hall telling us that Freemasonry
is a fraternity within a fraternity—an outer organization concealing an inner brotherhood of the elect. Before it is possible to intelligently discuss the origin of the Craft, it is necessary, therefore, to establish the existence of these two separate yet interdependent orders, the one visible and the other invisible. The visible society is a splendid camaraderie of “free and accepted” men enjoined to devote themselves to ethical, educational, fraternal, patriotic, and humanitarian concerns. The invisible society is a secret and most august fraternity whose members are dedicated to the service of a mysterious arcanum arcanorum. Those Brethren who have essayed to write the history of their Craft have not included in their disquisitions the story of that truly secret inner society which is to the body Freemasonic what the heart is to the body human.
In each generation only a few are accepted into the inner sanctuary of the Work, but these are veritable Princes of the Truth and their sainted names shall be remembered in future ages together with the seers and prophets of the elder world. Though the great initiate-philosophers of Freemasonry can be counted upon one’s fingers, yet their power is not to be measured by the achievements of ordinary men. They are dwellers upon the Threshold of the Innermost, Masters of that secret doctrine which forms the invisible foundation of every great theological and rational institution. The outer history of the Masonic order is one of noble endeavor, altruism, and splendid enterprise; the inner history, one of silent conquest, persecution, and heroic martyrdom. 
So from this we can deduce that the Craft is an enterprise and the elect and their secret doctrine form the foundation of their global corporation. We can use this as a starting point to see how the world is like a giant corporation to the initiates, and it makes clear why ‘governance’ has been introduced as the basis of the World Order to come.
Another famous Builder, Albert Pike [1809-1891], has been the subject of much heated debate through the years. The fundamentalist Christians have tried to smear Pike with being a Satanist, mostly by quoting-mining his books and statements. They also have dubbed his Morals And Dogma as being somewhat the ‘Bible’ of Freemasonry and satanic from cover to cover, which seems a bit overstated. But on the other hand the Masons themselves have been equally eager to downplay Pike’s importance and influence. The website of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon is nowadays probably one of the most vocal online defenders of the Craft, and they do this in a respectable and scholarly way, most of the time. They write that Pike and his infamous book
are relatively unknown outside North America. He never exercised any authority or influence over anything other than what was at the time a small subset of North American Freemasonry, the Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction. 
Another counter-argument of Pike’s influence that I have often encountered through the years, is that his influence wasn’t acknowledged in his time, and that it has been widely exaggerated since the internet gave a boost to Anti-Masonry. But this is certainly not true either, making me think that the truth once more lies somewhere in between. Here are two newspaper clippings, one from when Pike was in his prime and one just after his death. In the Chicago Tribune of Sunday July 2, 1876 Pike was named under the heading ‘Arrivals’, a column many newspapers had in that time, and which mentioned the names and functions of important individuals who visited the town. Pike was called “the Boss Free Mason of the United States”, which does seem to indicate at least some authority. The second clipping is from the Duluth Evening Herald of Tuesday, September 20, 1892. This also casts some doubt on the claim that Pike wasn’t known except in some particular parts of the United States, with him being called the “most learned and widely known Masonic author and orator on the globe”. Keep in mind that this was in a time when mass communication almost didn’t exist, so knowing Pike was having witnessed speeches or having read his books!
To make a fair judgment we look into an old scanned version of Morals And Dogma, from the library of Cornell University. Many of the misquotations come from self-made textual pdf-versions of the book, which are easily manipulated. The most interesting in this would be to find out who in fact makes and circulates those hoaxes: anti-Masons or the Masons themselves? The former is the most obvious, but if Pike’s book really has some important secrets incorporated, then it’s a clever trick to lead the easily refutable layer of disinformation yourself. Most High-Masonic writers weave a combination of exoteric and esoteric in one story, and I have no doubt it’s the same with Pike. But probably at least 90% is exoteric, for the lower echelons of Masons, and therefore not very interesting or relevant for a NWO-researcher. Just pointing at a random passage must therefore always be done with caution.
One of the main feuds on behalf of Albert Pike is if he thought of Masonry as a religion, yes or no. Old Albert really has pulled many legs on this issue, because in the book he both hinted at and also denied that Freemasonry is a religion, but the latter a lot more often and more convincing.
On page 104, already quoted in the INTRODUCTION too, Pike described Freemasonry separate from “all the Religions, all the Mysteries, Hermeticism and Alchemy”, hinting that it has another and separate function in the Great Work as the others listed. On page 129 Pike wrote that Freemasonry “does not endeavor to usurp the place of religion”. On page 161 Pike once again was very clear, when he wrote that “Masonry is not a religion. He who makes of it a religions belief, falsifies and denaturalizes it”. Back on page 138 Pike wrote that
“Scarcely a Masonic discourse is pronounced, that does not demonstrate the necessity and advantages of this faith, and especially recall the two constitutive principles of religion, that make all religion,—love of God, and love of our neighbor”.
So here we learn that the Masons live by the same two principles all world religions live by, something which hardly can’t be called wrong or evil, I think? On the same page we can find a clear example of Pike describing the exoteric, when he says that the Masonic “object is to attain the greatest practical good, without seeking to make men perfect”. As you can read in the other essays I’ve mentioned, this statement is not completely true. For the lower level Masons it is, but for the Adepts, the high Initiates, the Builders, the main reason in life is perfection and world unity. For them it then becomes a religion, but, as far as I can see as one of the profane, at the same time it stops for them to be Freemasonry as such.
So in this light the Mystery School themselves are not of vital importance in NWO-studies, because only a small part of the upper echelons of initiates are real Builders. The backflip of the book Paradoxes Of The Highest Science, by the father of modern occultism, Éliphas Lévi, claims that this book was one of the main inspirations for Morals And Dogma. This is of course impossible to confirm or deny with 100% accuracy anymore, but it is undeniable that Pike adopted some of the main tenets. Lévi’s manuscript was officially published for the first time in 1883, but already circulated amongst the secret societies for a few decades. But Pike’s book is about 700 pages thicker, so the claim is certainly a bit boastful. But the esoteric lies a lot more on the surface in this little but figuratively heavyweight booklet. Levi tells us the definition of the real initiate, whom I call the Builder in this essay. He is
a man of no party; he desires only unity, mutual indulgence and peace. He has no opinions, for truth is not an opinion; for him all hostilities are errors, and all curses, crimes. 
So here we once again come back on the core desire for “unity”. And with this, Lévi didn’t meant a world unity under democracy and a government. No, he meant real unity; the absence of individuality, sexuality, freedom of thought; the absence of you! But, to recapitulate the FUNDAMENTAL PHRASEOLOGY again, Lévi also told us in this book that what “the initiate says is true, but what the profane understand is a falsehood made for them”. Or do they say that just to confuse the profane? It’s open for discussion, I’d say. From all the points listed by Levi, the three below are relevant to this essay and topic.
– The progressive enfranchisement of mankind [= set mankind free from slavery]
– The final annihilation of the three hideous phantoms; the Devil, Death and Hell
– The definite establishment upon earth of the New Jerusalem; a city which no longer needs temples as it itself is a temple, where no priests and kings are seen because all the inhabitants are Priests and Kings, an ideal but realizable city where Liberty, Equality and Fraternity might reign, a city of the elect, of the just, where the vile multitude will never enter, archetype of human civilization, Land promised to all but accessible only to the elect, not of privilege but by labour, not by the caprice of an idol but by justice of God.
The last point is the most important, because it more or less encapsulates all others. What’s interesting to note, is that Lévi stressed that one only achieves a place in the New Jerusalem [New World Order] when one labors for it. And that’s what they have been doing, like worker bees, like Builders, building a global work of art.
Dutch scholar Kees van der Pijl has written much about transnational elites and the secret societies behind them. He is one of the few mainstream political scientists I’ve encountered who cited Carroll Quigley and his mind-blowing books. In his book Transnational Classes and International Relations  he gives us a good overview on how the transnational idea and class rose out of the Craft. He tells us that the
first of the imagined communities in which we may discern the formation of a transnational bourgeoisie is Freemasonry. The rise of masonry has been traced to the aftermath of the Glorious Revolution which consecrated the Lockean state/society complex. […] Public processions with banners through the streets of London were part of the early activities. But in light of street disturbances and suspicion as to their true motives, the Freemasons gradually withdrew from public view. […] Its third Grand Master in Britain, Desaguliers (a French Huguenot by origin), who was the architect of the transnational spread of masonry, upon leaving his post in 1721 became ‘the prototype of the long line of powerful masonic figures who preferred the shade to the limelight, the reality of power to mere appearances’. […]The lodges’ secrecy and their transnational connections also provided a cover for revolutionary conspiracy, in British North America and elsewhere.
After the American secession and the French Revolution, British Freemasonry became a bulwark of conservatism, but its expansion abroad continued. ‘Undaunted by the loss of the first empire and with it direct control over American Masonry, the British took Masonry with the flag as they created their second empire’. Public schools, the training grounds for empire, had their own lodges so that a world-embracing, interlocking network of public schools and masonic lodges served to knit together the English-speaking bourgeoisie into a quasi-tribal unity. It provided its members with a potent élitism ‘compounding the mystique which was a necessity in the imperial administrator’s portfolio of tricks’.
Although banking, and the City in particular, were and remain a stronghold of Freemasonry, the latter’s sprawling, often disjointed networks could not be expected to respond adequately to the immense challenges facing the established order as the nineteenth century drew towards a close. Freemasonry as such did perform what Gramsci calls an ‘intellectual’ function, that of a planning institution on the international level. ‘A religion, Freemasonry, Rotary, Jews, etc., can be subsumed into the social category of “intellectuals”, whose function, on an international scale, is that of mediating the extremes, of “socialising” the technical discoveries which provide the impetus for all activities of leadership, of devising compromises between, and ways out of, extreme solutions,’ he wrote in the Prison Notebooks.
[They] propose political solutions of diverse historical origin, and assist their victory in particular countries—functioning as international political parties which operate within each nation with the full concentration of the international forces.
Now that the Pax Britannica was coming apart, this function was redefined, anchored more firmly in the heartland, and lifted to a higher level of sophistication. The model for later bodies of this kind was pioneered by Cecil Rhodes, the British financier and South African empire-builder. Working closely with the most prominent of the City merchant bankers mentioned, Rhodes founded a quasi-Masonic secret society to which he left his fabulous fortune. 
For more information on the subject of the last paragraph cited, see OLD MAN OF THE MOUNTAIN.
One of the main American transnational organizations that laid the foundation for the ‘Pax Americana’ was the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. On October 17, 1905, Andrew Carnegie, one of the most ardent internationalists of his time and a big Builder too, gave a rectorial address at St. Andrews University. The speech was mainly about the newly formed World Court in The Hague, in the Netherlands, but it contains a few very interesting side-remarks. The title of the speech was Peace To Come At Last; A Peace League Of The Nations, and in it Carnegie proclaimed that
[w]e have no reason to doubt that arbitration in its present optional form will continue its rapid progress, and that it in itself contains the elements required to finally lead us to peace, for it conquers wherever it is tried, but it is none the less gratifying to know that there is in reserve a drastic mode of enforcement, if needed, which would promptly banish war. Notwithstanding all the cheering signs of the growth of arbitration, we should delude ourselves if we assumed that war is immediately to cease, for it is scarcely to be hoped that the future has not to witness more than one great holocaust of men to be offered up before the reign of peace blesses the earth. The scoria from the smoldering mass of the fiery past, the seeds that great wars have sown, may be expected to burst out at intervals more and more remote until the poison of the past is exhausted. That there is to be perfect, unbroken peace in our progress to this end we are not so unduly sanguine as to imagine. We are prepared for more than one outbreak of madness and folly in the future as in the past, but that peace is to come at last, and that sooner, much sooner, than the majority of my hearers can probably credit, I, for one, entertain not one particle of doubt.
Students of St. Andrews, my effort has been to give you a correct idea of the movement now stirring the world for the abolition of war, and what it has already accomplished. It never was so widespread or so vigorous, nor at any stage of the campaign have its triumphs been so numerous and important as those of the last few years, beginning with the Hague Conference, which in itself marks an epoch. The foundation stone of the structure to come was then laid. The absolute surrender by four nations of all future differences to arbitration, and Norway and Sweden’s agreement, mark another stage. Thus the civilized world at last moves steadily to the reign of peace through arbitration. The question has no doubt arisen in your minds, what is your duty and how can you best cooperate in this holy work and hasten the end of war. I advise you to adopt Washington’s words as your own, “My first wish is to see this plague of mankind (war) banished from the earth.” Leagues of peace might be formed over the world with these words as their motto and basis of action.
How are we to realize this pious wish of Washington’s? may be asked. Here is the answer. Whenever an international dispute arises, no matter what party is in power, demand at once that your government offer to refer it to arbitration, and if necessary break with your party. Peace is above party. Should the adversary have forestalled your government in offering arbitration, which for the sake of our race I trust will never occur, then insist upon its acceptance and listen to nothing until it is accepted. Drop all other public questions, concentrate your efforts upon the one question which carries in its bosom the issue of peace or of war. Lay aside your politics until this war issue is settled. This is the time to be effective. 
Yes, Carnegie decreed some real prophetic words here, in 1905! The “plague of mankind” had to be banished, and we’re just to believe that with this he meant war. As if there has ever been a war that was orchestrated or started by the regular masses, of course not. This phrase and some close derivations of it have been used by many succeeding peace-warriors, of whom a few will be highlighted in the rest of this essay. But, here a holy zeal to unite the world can be seen, exactly the same as the one I’ve described in my essay THE BOREDOM OF SKEPTICISM. The building of world peace was like building a house for him, with the establishment of the World Court as the all-important foundation stone. In 1903 he already had donated a substantial gift to build nothing less than a ‘Temple of Peace’ in The Hague. In his 1905 speech Carnegie also mentioned a possible “great holocaust” that might had to take place, before the world would really accept peace.  Carnegie, who was a Freemason,  was a man with two personalities it seemed. On the one hand a ruthless entrepreneur, but on the other hand a great apostle of peace.
But they didn’t stop after building far and wide; they also started to build up, higher and higher to look out over the great unwashed masses. All through history the elites have felt the need to build as high as possible and as big or impressive as possible. The famous American poet Walt Whitman [1819-1892] was besides a high initiate into the Mysteries also a great visionary. In his poem Song of the Exposition  he already wrote about the important role the United States—and especially those living in and working from the skyscrapers in New York—would play to unite the world. Here follow some of the most interesting passages:
Around a Palace,
Loftier, fairer, ampler than any yet,
Earth’s modern Wonder, History’s Seven outstripping,
High rising tier on tier, with glass and iron façades.
Gladdening the sun and sky—enhued in cheerfulest hues,
Bronze, lilac, robin’s-egg, marine and crimson,
Over whose golden roof shall flaunt, beneath thy banner, Freedom,
The banners of The States, the flags of every land,
A brood of lofty, fair, but lesser Palaces shall cluster.
Somewhere within the walls of all,
Shall all that forwards perfect human life be started,
Tried, taught, advanced, visibly exhibited.
Here shall you trace in flowing operation,
In every state of practical, busy movement,
The rills of Civilization.
Materials here, under your eye, shall change their shape, as if by magic;
This, this and these, America, shall be your Pyramids and Obelisks,
Your Alexandrian Pharos, gardens of Babylon,
Your temple at Olympia.
The male and female many laboring not,
Shall ever here confront the laboring many,
With precious benefits to both—glory to all,
To thee, America—and thee, Eternal Muse.
And here shall ye inhabit, Powerful Matrons!
In your vast state, vaster than all the old;
Echoed through long, long centuries to come,
To sound of different, prouder songs, with stronger themes,
Practical, peaceful life—the people’s life—the People themselves,
Lifted, illumin’d, bathed in peace—elate, secure in peace.
Away with themes of war! away with War itself!
Away with old romance!
With latest materials, works,
Steam-power, the great Express lines, gas, petroleum,
These triumphs of our time, the Atlantic’s delicate cable,
The Pacific Railroad, the Suez canal, the Mont Cenis tunnel;
Science advanced, in grandeur and reality, analyzing every thing,
This world all spann’d with iron rails—with lines of steamships
threading every sea,
Our own Rondure, the current globe I bring.
While we rehearse our measureless wealth, it is for thee, dear Mother!
We own it all and several to-day indissoluble in Thee;
—Think not our chant, our show, merely for products gross, or lucre—
it is for Thee, the Soul, electric, spiritual!
Our farms, inventions, crops, we own in Thee! Cities and States in Thee!
Our freedom all in Thee! our very lives in Thee! 
And so we learn that Whitman in fact already disclosed a lot. The first skyscrapers wouldn’t rise in about ten years after his poem was written, but he rightly foresaw the high-risings, “tier on tier, with glass and iron façades”, to be the Dominant Minority’s equivalent of the Great Pyramid and the famous ancient obelisks. And somewhere between those walls would “all that forwards perfect human life be started”, a force that would end all wars until humanity is “lifted, illumin’d, bathed in peace”. And for whom are they working towards Enlightenment? Yes, the Great Mother, the holy Worldsoul: “electric, spiritual!”
In the poem The White Man’s Burden , by Freemason Rudyard Kipling, we find something similar remarks. Some relevant passages:
Take up the White Man’s burden–
And reap his old reward:
The blame of those ye better,
The hate of those ye guard–
The cry of hosts ye humour
(Ah, slowly!) toward the light:–
“Why brought he us from bondage,
Our loved Egyptian night?”
Take up the White Man’s burden–
Have done with childish days–
The lightly proferred laurel,
The easy, ungrudged praise.
Comes now, to search your manhood
Through all the thankless years
Cold, edged with dear-bought wisdom,
The judgment of your peers! 
As a Masonic scholar once remarked about Kipling [1865-1936]: “It would almost seem that his mission was to bind the British Empire together in one blood-brotherhood, a purposive Masonic Lodge, whose business it is to cleanse the world of shoddy ”. I would agree. The poem more or less gives clearance to America to take over the heavy burden of forcefully uniting the world. Kipling was deeply rooted in Indian and Egyptian mythology and I think he was a much higher Mason that the study I just referenced acknowledges. The author, Bro. Thompson, admits that only the first few years of Kipling’s membership are well-documented and that it thereafter becomes unclear. But what’s more important is that we see the confirmation by Kipling that they were working to free themselves of the earthy bondage, towards Enlightenment. He also hinted at them being on their way to finally grow up, become Man, and hence finally “have done with childish days”.
The name Rudyard Kipling is also quite remarkable, both surname and given name. He was born Joseph and received his middle name Rudyard for unclear reasons. “Rud” means “redness” or “to make red”. A yard is a degree of measure or a piece of enclosed ground near a building. A later adopted meaning is a garden, but this is mostly used in North-America. Kipling is most probably derived from a place name meaning “Cybbel’s people”. So this would suggest that he was a loyal worker for Cybele, the Great Mother.
THE DEVOLUTION OF THE MASSES
…the powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences.
– Carroll Quigley – 
These infamous statements were written by the Rhodes Scholar and well-connected globalist insider Carroll Quigley. During his long career Quigley tutored many influential men, like for instance Bill Clinton. His statements were controversial, condemned in many circles and frowned upon by many fellow historians and sociologists. But while these statements were easy to dismiss then, nowadays the contours of the new feudal society are becoming rapidly visible. But for a peoples to be degraded into a new form of feudalism, many things had to happen on the way. And many things have happened, mostly without the full understanding of most of the people. If we look at the degrading influence the total propaganda system has had on the West, it’s easy to understand that this has been one of their main tools to achieve this. Perhaps no contemporary intellectual can voice his opinion on propaganda and mass manipulation better than Noam Chomsky. Speaking about the all-encompassing systems of information control, Chomsky tells us that it
should be expected that it’s in the democracies that these ideas would develop. Because in a democracy you have to control people’s minds. You can’t control them by force. There’s a limited capacity to control them by force, and since they have to be controlled and marginalized, be “spectators of action”, not “participants”, as Lippmann put it, you have to resort to propaganda. This was well understood. It was a very reasonable reaction. You can trace it back to the seventeenth century and the first democratic revolution. . . Intellectuals are both the main victims of the propaganda system and also its main architects. That’s standard. 
And when we go deeper into these issues, we soon bump into the razor-sharp critique of the Western consumption society by Stuart Ewen in his book Captains Of Consciousness . In the light of the mass production system that emerged in the first decades of the last century, Ewen notes that “excessiveness replaced thrift as a social value. It became imperative to invest the laborer with a financial power and a psychic desire to consume”. Ewen continued that within “an ideal of a ‘scientifically’ managed industry, raw materials and consumers were both viewed as malleable”. Thanks to the advertising industry the masses were made and kept dissatisfied and discontent, thus making the first inroads in the people longing for ‘self-help’ courses, orchestrated and executed by the social engineers. Ewen cites Edward Filene, one of the acolytes of the leading Capitalist families like the Rockefellers, who said that “the masses must learn to behave like human beings in a mass production world”. Education was according to Filene best based on the simple term of “fact-finding”. Filene made no qualms and proclaimed that all educational institutions “must concentrate on the great social task of teaching the masses not what to think but how to think, and thus to find out how to behave like human beings in the machine age”.  Keeping in mind that this was already in the 1920’s, we see that the dichotomy between the elite on their way to apotheosis and the profane masses who are on their way to becoming androids has been well underway for almost a 100 years. I go deeper into these issues in the essay MOB FOOL.
But on the other side of the fence [or Curtain] a lot of different things happened that in the end led to similar outcomes. It seems that as far back as 1926 Mao Zedong already showed that he was aligned with the alchemical Agenda. During a speech he told the world that the
present situation is the situation where the two forces, the revolutionary and the anti-revolutionary, are engaged in their final struggle. These two forces unfold two big banners: one side is the big red revolutionary banner raised high by the Third International and signaling all the oppressed classes of the world to assemble thereunder; on the other side is the big white anti-revolutionary banner raised high by the League of Nations and signaling all the anti-revolutionary elements of the world to assemblage thereunder. Those classes in between must undergo rapid disintegration, scampering perhaps to the left to join the revolutionary faction or perhaps to the right to join the anti-revolutionary faction. There is no ‘independent’ ground for them. 
Yes, independent sides were discouraged, because those might mess up that beautiful process of synthesizing the thesis and antithesis. It embodies the alchemical ‘fight’ between the red Sulfur and the white Mercury, that brings in the Nigredo-phase of death and destruction.
Isaac Deutscher emphasizes in The Unfinished Revolution  the fact ithat with the Chinese Revolution the second stage of the World Revolution took off, after the first stage of the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. Deutscher also confirms that the first socialist seeds in China were sown by the Fabian society and some Methodist socialist groups.  In 1967 the revolution was unfinished, but certainly not finished. But by then it proceeded in secrecy, underwhile changing color.
As we know the scientific field of eugenics was very influential in the last decades of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th. Eugenicist Societies were started all around the West, with more and more radical ideas of sterilizing or incarcerating the unfit and ‘useless eaters’. From this spawned the numerous birth control leagues, planned parenthoods, and many other controversial organizations and foundations that until today often fill the newspapers and tabloids with scandals. Eugenics is one of the core beliefs of the Dominant Minority and therefore many of the most influential eugenicists, like the Galton-Darwin-Huxley clique, have had extremely much influence on many fields. INDECENT ATMOSPHERE details how they also deeply influenced the atmospheric sciences on their way for weather control. But the eugenics ideas and proponents laid also in Russia a solid foundation on what later would become their scientific infrastructure. Ivan T. Frolov was one of the leading philosophers of science, particularly genetics, from the sixties till late eighties. He was well connected, for instance with Mikhail Gorbachev, who was a good friend for decades. The devout Marxist Frolov wrote in his book Man-Science-Humanism; A New Synthesis  about the period after the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, when a period of scientific progress started, which
contributed to the disappearance of eugenics as a general scientific approach to man and his future. It was replaced, on a strictly scientific basis, by the genetics of man, anthropology, medical genetics, and, most importantly, by the social sciences and social practice. 
Yes, indeed, quite a lot of scientific fields have grown to a global scientific community out of the seeds of eugenics, albeit without being properly credited for it, due to obvious reasons. On a less radical level all main tenets of eugenics have found a second genesis in other, less creepy sounding branches, only to re-emerge and come together again much later. Just like all main proponents said so at the time, of course. In the image below you see the infamous eugenical ‘Tree of Life’ so to speak, which has its roots branched widely and deeply.
Mr. Gorbachev wrote an obituary for Ivan Frolov, in which he talked about their friendship and his longtime membership of the scientific journal Communist, which was edited by Frolov for a while:
I remember what a great event it was when the materials of the Issyk-Kul Forum were published in the journal. Many distinguished persons met at the Forum: Arthur Miller, Alexander King, Alvin Toffler, Piter Ustinov, Federiko Major. Chingiz Aitmatov was its initiator and spiritual organizer. The Forum was held in October 1986, soon after the Reykjavik meeting. Nuclear threat, ecological problems, and deficiency of the moral criteria in the world’s politics were discussed there. Lenin’s idea, which was forgotten before, about the priority of the interests of the social development over the class’s interests appeared in the “Communist”; I reminded of that at the meeting, where I tried to ground the priority of universal human values in our nuclear-missile century. 
Note the attendance of Toffler and Alexander King, from the Club of Rome. The third and last stage of the long-term Communist plan really gained momentum the moment that for the world the Soviet Union collapsed. This marked the start of the long awaited synthesis of both old systems. Mikhail Gorbachev said that that from then on “the entire world had moved into a new stage of development”, as you can read in my article DEEPER INSIGHTS INTO WORLD ORDER – PART I. One of Gorbachev’s main political enemies, Anatoli Lukyanov, was interviewed in 1995 by the New Perspectives Quarterly [NPQ] magazine. He even spent time in jail for his role in the attempted coup against the Prime Minister. Although his visions and ideas therefore would probably differ much from the globalist minded Gorbachev, we read that on the most important subject, the synthesis between Capitalism and Communism, they thoroughly agreed. Lukyanov told NPQ editor Nathan Gardels that the “Red Atlantis” would rise once more in both Russia and many other countries in Eastern Europe. This because
the law of history is that we have reached a new stage where capitalism has exhausted itself. It must yield to a new system that takes the best from both socialism and the market. This will not only mean more entrepreneurs and participatory democracy, but also an increasing role for the state in regulating the market so it doesn’t destroy the environment or the well-being of a society. This is not just an old Communist talking. This was the very message of the United Nations’ conference on the environment at Rio de Janeiro a few years back, and the one on social issues in Copenhagen last year. 
The fall of the Soviet Union was more or less a show for the public. It was the moment in the NWO-agenda where the Red revolutionary initiates continued under the Green cloak, as I wrote in the essay CLOSE TO PERFECTION. You can also find there how even Georg Hegel already instructed how the West had to be undermined and deconstructed, whilst the Dominant Minority would behind the scenes prepare for evolution through apotheosis. It was the time the last phase of the Hegelian dialectic of thesis / antithesis began its synthesis.  In THE BOREDOM OF SKEPTICISM we’ve read how the Club Of Rome was brought in to substantiate the First Global Revolution, where they continued on the foundations laid out by the copious writings of for instance H.G. Wells and Marilyn Ferguson. They decided that democracy was no longer suitable for the tasks ahead and quite casually remarked that humanity itself would be the new enemy. Nature and ecology got center-stage from then on, and the world was suddenly ready for rapid globalization. And from then on we have received some mixed signals that the world is warming, cooling or both, but in the end it doesn’t really matter, because it’s only a cloak under which the new feudal system is brought in, worldwide. Even if a new ice-age would materialize right before our eyes, the carbon trading scheme won’t disappear. It has been decades in the making and preparation, with of course many of the former Capitalist families at the helm, ‘saving’ the planet. For more on this, see INDECENT ATMOSPHERE.
The aforementioned Russian geneticist Ivan Frolov wrote in his book Man-Science-Humanism copiously about the Club of Rome and their ecological technocracy, and most of the time he agreed with their stance. The Club of Rome and their legacy has to be seen as the connecting factor between West and East. The glue which filled the last small gaps that weren’t filled by UNESCO and the transnational network yet. Frolov admitted that the vision of the Club of Rome certainly rhymed with the scientific humanism of Julian Huxley and his ilk. He wrote that Huxley’s ideas where “clearly evident” in for instance Aurelio Peccei’s book The Human Quality . This book gives a good and brief overview of the main tenets of the ecological technocracy the Club has concocted for the world. Frolov noted that many of those ideas are inherently Marxist. He cites a 1982 report, Microelectronics And Society, which concluded that “a new world order” had to be established, which would have to correspond maximally to “human nature”. 
Well well, could that be the new world order that George H.W. Bush proclaimed, after long and thorough behind-the-scenes debate with, amongst others, President Gorbachev? The latter wrote in his book Towards A New Beginning —as featured on Alan Watt’s reading list—that the
greening of politics is an affirmation of the priority of values common to humanity, enriching education and upbringing with ecological content from childhood onward and developing a new and modern attitude toward nature. At the same time, the greening of politics is the return to humankind of the awareness of humanity as a part of nature.
The future of human society will not be defined in terms of capitalism versus socialism. It was that dichotomy that caused the division of the world community into two blocs and brought about so many catastrophic consequences. […] The search for a new paradigm should be a search for synthesis, for what is common to and unites people, countries, and nations, rather than what divides them. The search for such a synthesis can succeed if the following conditions are met:
– First of all, we must return to the well-known human values that were embodied in the ideals of world religions and also in the socialist ideas that inherited much from those values.
– Further, we need to search for a new paradigm of development, based on those values and capable of leading us all toward a genuinely humanistic or, more precisely, humanistic-ecological culture of living.
– Finally, we need to develop methods of social action and policy that will direct society to a path consistent with the interests of both humanity and the rest of nature. 
The emphasis on ecology was already described in detail by H.G. Wells in the 1940s, both in his fictional and nonfictional works. The synthesis into the higher new societal form of scientific ecological technocracy would be brought in, surfing you might say, on the “Third Wave” by American futurist Alvin Toffler. This extremely influential and widely pushed book tells us much about their long term goals.
Just as the Second Wave created a slice of the population that had larger than local interests and became the base for nationalist ideologies, so the Third Wave gives rise to groups with larger than national interests. These form the base of the emerging globalist ideology sometimes called “planetary consciousness“. . . This consciousness is shared by multinational executives, long-haired environmental campaigners, financiers, revolutionaries, intellectuals, poets, and painters, not to mention members of the Trilateral Commission. I have even had a famous U.S. four-star general assure me that “the nation-state is dead.” Globalism presents itself as more than an ideology serving the interests of a limited group. Precisely as nationalism claimed to speak for the whole nation, globalism claims to speak for the whole world. And its appearance is seen as an evolutionary necessity—a step closer to a “cosmic consciousness” that would embrace the heavens as well. 
So here we see his writings are perfectly in line with those of H.G. Wells decades before him. In 1995 Toffler was interviewed by the editor of the elite magazine New Perspectives Quarterly, in which he told his perspective on how humanity is devolving back into the level of the Dark Ages and beyond, mainly due to the haunting specter of international terrorism. He said “all of us”, with whom he of course meant the profane and not his own caste,
live with a kind of free-floathing fear in the background of our lives. This makes me think of the way the Paleolithic humans lived in ancient times when they knew nothing about the external world. They had no reliable information, no scientific knowledge. Everything was uncertain. People were afraid of trees, stones and the sun. Today, it seems, we are heading back toward living constantly with that kind of anxiety. 
This is one of the main reasons why we have been bombarded with data, trivia, news, facts, and loads of bullshit; it makes people think they have to keep up with everything, so they end up having an opinion on almost everything without really knowing anything. Never a contemplation, never some kind of reflection. An eternal now, a bubble in which they’re caught until it is too late. Bertrand Russell, who was a ‘rusty God’ [Russ+El] of war, Mars, the Fabian animal, already told us in his book The Impact Of Science On Society  what the plans of the social engineers were, on their way to the global Technocracy. Russell was happy to inform the reader that
Physiology and psychology afford fields for scientific technique which still await development. Two great men, Pavlov and Freud, have laid the foundation. […] It is to be expected that advances in physiology and psychology will give governments much more control over individual mentality than they now have even in totalitarian countries. Fichte laid it down that education should aim at destroying free will, so that, after pupils have left school, they shall be incapable, throughout the rest of their lives, of thinking or acting otherwise than as their schoolmasters would have wished.
Diet, injections, and injunctions will combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character and the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, and any serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically impossible. Even if all are miserable, all will believe themselves happy, because the government will tell them that they are so. 
Yes, Bertie was one of the main philosopher kings of the New World Order! Noam Chomsky, whom I hold in high regard despite his many flawed and colored opinions, scored his biggest minus point for me when he called Bertrand Russell “by any standard…one of the leading intellectual figures of the twentieth century”. Although I’m sure that Chomsky hasn’t been a conscious ‘gate-keeper’ on the Left, as many think, it also doesn’t seem obvious to me that Chomsky was fooled by Russell’s fake anti-war propaganda shows and never has read Russell’s darker books, detailing exactly what Chomsky always has purported to defend. Russell was even more candid in the same book, disclosing that he was in full concordance with the planned dichotomy between the 0,01% and the 99,9%. Speaking about the science of indoctrination and persuasion he wrote that although
this science will be diligently studied, it will be rigidly confined to the governing class. The populace will not be allowed to know how its convictions were generated. When the technique has been perfected, every government that has been in charge of education for a generation will be able to control its subjects securely without the need of armies or policemen. 
But while the West was to be ‘slowly but surely’ taken down, the masses would have to be entertained. The capitalist society of course had flourished for some time by then, and the entertainment industry was already gigantic. We’ve been given many ‘Panem et Circenses’, or ‘Bread and Circuses’, to keep our minds occupied, until the moment they will be able to literally occupy our mind. What’s important to realize is that the people in the West are deindividualized whilst simultaneously being isolated, an old communist technique. In the book China Under Communism  by Richard L. Walker we read about how this was implemented quickly and ruthlessly, but we in the West have been immersed in it so very slowly, gently; the Fabian way. Walker tells us about indoctrination camps in China and the five main important indoctrination constants used:
1.] Takes place in a controlled area.
2.] Keeping the subject fatigue; no opportunity for relaxation or reflection.
3.] A constant level of tension so the subjects are never at ease.
4.] Uncertainty because of a rigid and difficult behavioral rule pattern.
5.] A constant use of vicious language at the subjects, combined with a ban on humor. 
This is what on a much less militant scale has been used against the European and American people too. The more electronic gadgets we were given, the less time for real relaxation we really got. Many people are perpetually tired nowadays, both physically as psychologically. We’ve seen the rules of behavior becoming more and more strict, with an increasing stress on political correctness. We have also the television to thank for many of this. Oxford scholar Kathleen Taylor wrote in her book Brainwashing; The Science Of Thought Control that “studies have clearly shown that people who watch more television have a more distorted, racist world view than those who watch less. Television can affect behavior as well as attitudes”. 
Walker further listed some of the most important psychological techniques the commies used to let the five preceding points hit as hard as possible into the minds of the subjects. And so we learn it’s all about
the isolation of the individual. Doubts and fears create an inner battle which the individual must fight for himself. Thus an end result of the training is the seemingly paradoxical isolation of the individual at the same time that he is losing his individuality to the group. 
In 2007 the well-known psychologist Philip Zimbardo published his magnum opus The Lucifer Effect, which goes deep into the infamous Stanford Prison Experiment, a project that was his brainchild. After seeing the torture pictures and videos of what really happened in the Iraqi prisons like Abu Ghraib, Zimbardo immediately saw an eerie resemblance with what took place decades before under his command. It’s something which can happen to even the most educated and ‘civilized’ peoples, as we’ve seen with the Germans under Nazi rule, who came from an exceptional enlightened 19th century. Hannah Arendt called it the “Banality of Evil”, and Zimbardo can be seen as an extension of her legacy, one which certainly is not undebatable. But his book contains many valuable passages and insights, like the passage where he tells us that when
people feel anonymous in a situation, as if no one is aware of their true identity (and thus that no one probably cares), they can more easily be induced to behave in antisocial ways. This is especially so if the setting grants permission to enact one’s impulses or to follow order or implied guidelines that one would usually disdain. . . Typically, people are also unaware of an even stronger force playing on the strings of their behavioral repertoire: the need for social approval. The need to be accepted, liked, and respected—to seem normal and appropriate, to fit in—is so powerful that we are primed to conform to even the most foolish and outlandish behaviors that strangers tell us is the right way to act. 
So herein we can also find one of the main degrading influences the internet has had on the masses. The ‘social’ media, which shows people behaving in the most unsocial way possible sometimes, the intense need for to be “liked”, and the trivialization of the concept of friendship. Behind a fake name or avatar people have gotten their disguises which obscure their sense of morality and their real identity. Hence the hive-minds have come in, as expected, where the masses already act as one organism, only needing one simple impulse to blindly follow the rest without ever questioning why. There have been countless examples of people sending death treats through social media, people posting pictures of people they have killed, and digital man-hunts. We are living the digital version of the Roman Empire, in so many ways that it can’t be explained all in the short space of this article. It’s the destruction of the last bit of civilization we had, presumably even quicker than most of the social engineers have ever dreamt of. And what did they dream of in the earlier days? We can turn for instance to Edward Hunter, the man who coined the term ‘brainwashing’ in the fifties. He tells us that “the intent” of this particular art, is
to change a mind radically so that its owner becomes a living puppet—a human robot—without the atrocity being visible from the outside. The aim is to create a mechanism in flesh and blood, with new beliefs and new thought processes inserted into a captive body. What that amounts to is the search for a slave race that, unlike the slaves of olden times, can be trusted never to revolt, always to be amenable to orders, like an insect to its instincts. 
Another important factor which filled the gap that the floundering Abrahamic world religions in the West left open, was sports; mass sports. It was introduced to play on the last vestiges of tribalism in humanity, and on the intrinsic desire to belong to a group, preferably of winners. So if your team wins it’s “we have won”, but if your team loses it’s “they have lost”. But because every team at least once in a while wins, it helps the supporters to feel happy and maybe even feel like a winner too, just for a while. Mass sporting events are also an outlet of frustrations and tension, and it makes people predictable and punctual. Exactly like the powers that be want them to. And just like regular churchgoers, they will be right on time, right on the place they’re expected to be, wearing just a similar ridiculous outfit of a corporate entity that only sees them as a number and wants their money. For the small fundamentalist core it has taken over their minds completely, and they are really thinking that they are the real deal, and they aren’t afraid to show this with violence too! While the greater part of the mass, for who it mostly is a welcome extra to enrich their lives, detests the fundamentalist core who ruin it for all. And while the economy becomes worse and worse, the small core becomes more and more violent, what else do they got? Until they are written down into law as being ‘sport-terrorists’ and are wiped out by drones too, in front of their families. That will come, I’m quite sure about that.
The American historian David Sansone wrote in 1988 a book on The Genesis Of Sport, wherein he published his research on the roots of the modern sports culture. He traced the word ‘sport’ back to the 15th century, from the archaic English ‘disport’, and earlier the French ‘desport’. This French word meant something like “diversion, recreation, pastime, amusement”. The word is formed of the Latin prefix ‘de’, meaning “away from or “down”, and the Latin verbal root ‘port’, which means “to carry”. Sansone concluded that “the basic reference of the English and French words is to that which draws the attention down from the ordinary, the mundane, the ‘serious’.” So this would make sports accrue from the act of taking people down, away from reality. And my God we are! With hundreds of millions of people following and worshiping individuals or people they don’t even know and probably won’t ever meet. Or crying out when their country wins some gold medals, while this very country is on a daily basis undermined and scheduled to disappear in the new global feudal order of tomorrow. Sansone also tells us that sport originated among the English-speaking peoples and grew in popularity on the back of the industrial revolution. He further explains how mass sport is a Marxist concept, as most “mass” ideas and events are, and therefore also “the predominant theory of sport” has [at least until then] always been Marxist. This theory holds that sports arose in early industrial societies as practice for work; to make people competitive, fit, and fired up. Sansone continued that the “orthodox Marxist might also point out that sport flourishes in those socialist societies that have most rigorously cleansed themselves of religious ritual”. This is true for most countries, only the United States is the odd one out again, with its peculiar and unusual combination of complete godlessness and devout religious fundamentalism. Sansone concluded that sport is the “ritual sacrifice of physical energy”. 
As I’ve described in other essays I’ve referred to, the merger between East and West has been a very long and tiresome process, which started in the 19th Century by the British East-India Company, the first international megacorporation, and of course also the Fabian Society. Theosophy was introduced as some kind of merger between Eastern and Western philosophies and mysticism. In the second half of the last century the New-Age movement was introduced and found its way so easily among the masses, because it holds small parts of almost all old religions, and therefore everybody is able to find something in it which is attractive to them. In the interesting book The Wisdom Of The Serpent, by Princeton scholars Henderson and Oakes, we find confirmation that a well thought out groundwork was done first, before the Eastern spiritual traditions were poured out over the beaten and sullen Western masses, who were still reliving and trying to overcome World War II. They had to admit that
this diffusion of a spiritual tradition could not take hold in an alien culture if people were not ripe for its reception. It is precisely this readiness of modern man to receive the wisdom of the ancient East or the ancient cultures of the Mediterranean West which so quickly transferred it from philosophy into psychology and helped transform psychology from an intellectual movement into a therapeutic movement which could touch the lives of actual people. 
Around this period the foundations for the scientific dictatorship were thoroughly imbedded in the West, and armies of social scientists were eagerly waiting to mold the masses into the mindless idiots most are nowadays. The same two Princeton scholars also peddled the androgynous agenda that the upper echelon of the social engineers laid out, on their way to overcome the Fall of Man. They tell us con-fusing things like that it is “still not sufficiently known” that “modern people are not suffering so much from a confusion of sex as of gender”.  Well, when that book was originally published, in the ‘60s, it wasn’t, but nowadays the totalitarian propaganda-system all around us makes the common man or woman almost feel guilty for being heterosexual and happy with their sexuality and body. Our planned future will by androgynous, but the stupid twits don’t understand that humanity won’t be really updated into being androgynous, but old man will vanish and a new sexless species will be bred for us instead! But first the feminine principle must rise; the great earth Goddesses, like Gaia and Cybele. But they won’t be kind for the human female, and neither for the male. The two conspiracy scholars, Joseph Farrell and Scott D. Hart, published in 2011 an interesting book named Transhumanism; A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, which also stressed this point. They cite the eugenicist Hermann J. Müller, who we’ve already met in INDECENT ATMOSPHERE as being one of the mentors of Skeptic-commander Carl Sagan. Müller, a Nazi scientist who was cleared of any suspicion and all war crimes in the same way as NASA chief Wernher von Braun was, wrote that it
would in the end be far easier and more sensible to manufacture a complete new man de novo out of appropriately chosen raw materials, than to try to refashion into human form those pitiful relics which remained. 
But it is once again important to see where exactly we are in the agenda. If we for instance look at the Study Guide For The Communist Manifesto on the website of the State University in Washington we can read about the final phase of the Socialist/Communist revolution, in our time called the Global Revolution:
When all nations had developed socialist economies, they would begin to evolve into an international communist society. The vision of communism was very similar to that of anarchism: a stateless society in which central government had “withered away,” local, ground-up control of all affairs by strictly democratic processes based at the place of work, abolition of the market system (no money, no buying and selling) and its replacement by a system according to which people would voluntarily work for the common good to the extent they were able under the understanding that they could receive whatever they needed for free (“from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs”). National boundaries and governments having been eliminated, war would cease.
Marx rejected the belief that such a society could be set up immediately as utopian. People would need a long period of reeducation under socialism to condition them away from the selfish orientation produced by capitalism and toward the wider perspective necessary to create communism. Many of his socialist and anarchist adversaries argued that it was impossible to achieve communism by passing through a stage which retained and even strengthened the centralized state government. Marx replied that it was impossible to leap directly into communism from capitalism. 
As explained before, the Dominant Minority chose for the alchemical process of attrition, which became known as Fabianism. So the coming decades we will witness the vanishing of the last national borders and the emergence of the feudal city states, which are on the surface decentralized, but on a deeper level all will be connected, as important hubs in the global brain. A knowledge society, a Post-Capitalist Society, as Peter F. Drucker called it in 1993. The fall of the USSR wasn’t the end of history, as Fukuyama proposed, it was “the end of one kind of history”, Drucker wrote. The end of a 250 year period of “a secular religion”, one he called “the belief in salvation by society”. And then Drucker builds on the works of Alvin Toffler, the Club of Rome and others, outlining the theory of the Knowledge Society:
The first prophet of this secular religion was Jean-Jacques Rousseau [1712-1778]. The Marxist Utopia was its ultimate distillation—and its apotheosis. The same forces which destroyed Marxism as an ideology and Communism as a social system are, however, also making Capitalism obsolescent.
The new society—and it is already here—is a post-capitalist society. This new society surely . . . will use the free market as the one proven mechanism of economic integration. It will not be a ‘anti-capitalist society’. It will not even be a ‘non-capitalist society’; the institutions of Capitalism will survive, although some, such as banks, may play quite different roles. 
Drucker noted also another important factor, one which also constitutes Bush’s new world order; namely the advent of transnational coalition against terrorism. “Future historian will surely rank February 1991 among the ‘big dates’…At no earlier occasions did nations—without a single dissenter of consequence—set the common interest of the world community in putting down terrorism ahead of their own sentiments”. Yes, Drucker didn’t hold back to help the new monster under the bed get center-stage:
There is no precedent for the all but universal realization that terrorism is not a matter of ‘politics’ to be left to individual national governments, but requires transnational action. 
Yep, that’s the real reason why the Dominant Minority set up organized terrorism. The shield against Communism was just a temporary fairytale for the masses to believe in. They had to build themselves an eternal enemy, one that’s ubiquitous and who can always at any time and at any moment be conjured up. One with no clear definition or boundaries to where the definition can be stretched. And that’s what they’ve achieved.
Most nation states in the last one or two centuries or so have also been operating like a corporation. Ever since we were given Presidents and Prime Ministers to lead them. And the world is really turned into a mere conglomerate of corporations. The big advantage of a corporation is the fact that not one individual or occupation is indispensable for the whole to function. Every individual is more like a node in the machine, who is missed when dropping out or dying, but who can be replaced instantaneously by a new individual. This individual may or may not function as well, but the total process won’t be affected very much. This is also how the big Foundations and NGO’s operate. They are set up with Charters, in the early days Royal, now not so much anymore. Their agendas are written for many decades ahead. If every node does its work the machine will get there, sooner or later. For the long-term agenda even the director [the public face] is not really important then, because he or she is also mere executive. At larger companies there is often even a board of directors, making one of them even less important for the organization at large. The people who really lead the corporation and who set the long-term agendas and act on it are the owners, stockholders, silent partners, etc. In other words: the moneyed powers who are seldom seen by the public or the employees, because these people spend their time mostly behind the scenes.
If we extrapolate this to the global corporation; Earth Inc., the only difference is that at the top of the pyramid is becomes less and less crowded with real competitors. In the film Things To Come , based on the book of H.G. Wells, we meet the main character John Cabal. He represents the “Wings Over The World” of the secret highly advanced corporation World Communications. In the middle of the film he is captured by the people of Everytown, who are portrayed as stupid and like savages almost. He says that it wouldn’t matter if they kill him, because he would be replaced and his organization would go on unhindered. That’s how it works in a Beehive. These two iconic statements from Cabal really say it all:
We have the air-ways. We have the seas. We have ideas in common; the brotherhood of efficiency; the Freemasonry of science. We are the last trustees of civilization when everything else has failed.
We go on. That’s how things are. We are taking hold of things, with science and government. In the long run no man is indispensable and the human things go on. We forever.
By the way they operate it almost seems that the Dominant Minority has no real competitors, only enemies; the profane. And while they want to evolve, the rest will have to be rendered harmless and eventually, possibly, discarded. This has been clearly forewarned by many of their propagandists, like for instance Aldous Huxley. The radical behaviorist B.F. Skinner cited Huxley in his essay Freedom and the Control of Men:
We have had religious revolutions, we have had political, industrial, economic and nationalistic revolutions. All of them, as our descendants will discover, were but ripples in an ocean of conservatism trivial by comparison with the psychological revolution toward which we are so rapidly moving. That will really be a revolution. When it is over, the human race will give no further trouble.
[Footnote for the reader of the future: This was not meant as a happy ending.] 
Do they really have to make it any clearer than this?
 J.D. Bernal – Science In History, compiled in: Tierney, Kagan & Williams –
Great Issues In Western Civilization, Vol. II [Random House, New York; 1968] / p. 10, 11
 Daniel J. Boorstin – The Discoverers [Random House, New York; 1983] / p. 468, 469
 Albert G. Mackey – Revered Wisdom; Freemasonry [Sterling, London; 2010] / p. 265
 Mackey – Revered Wisdom / p. 269
 Manly P. Hall – Lectures On Ancient Philosophy [Hall Publishing, Los Angeles; 1929] / p. 397, 398
 Éliphas Lévi – Paradoxes Of The Highest Science [Ibis Press; 2004. Org; 1883] / p. 117
 Kees van der Pijl – Transnational Classes And International Relations
[Routledge, London; 1998] / ch. 4
 In BORN FOR BATTLE and CLOSE TO PERFECTION I argue that a something like a holocaust had to be encapsulated in the planning of an orchestrated World War, in order to complete the alchemical process needed for the ritual. With this I mean the regular meaning of holocaust; a sacrifice by fire. Both World Wars were in itself also holocausts, with much of Europe burning. I think the Nazi’s grew out of the hands of the Dominant Minority and they startedtheir own perverted version of quest for World Order and did their own Holocaust on the Jewish people. This was never meant to happen in the greater scheme of things. Hence the extreme backlash by leading powers worldwide.
 See for instance: S. Thompson – Rudyard Kipling & Freemasonry
“Joseph Rudyard Kipling was born at Bombay on December 30th, 1865. He was initiated a Freemason in Lodge Hope and Perseverance, No. 782, E.C., at Lahore, on the 5th of April, 1886. Being under 21 years of age, a Dispensation for his initiation was procured from the District Grand Master. His proposer was Wor. Bro. Colonel 0. Menzies; he was seconded by Bro. C. Brown. He was initiated by the W.M., Bro. Colonel G. B. Wolseley. He was passed on May 3rd following, there being only seven Brethren present, and raised on the 6th December, 1886. He was for a short time Secretary of the Lodge. In 1887 Kipling became a Mark Master and a Royal Ark Mariner. Having left Lahore to reside at Allahabad, on April 17th, 1888, he became a member of the old Lodge, “Independence with Philanthropy,”
 Noam Chomsky & David Barsamian – Propaganda & The Public Mind
[Pluto Press, London; 2001] / p. 152, 153
 Stuart Ewen – Captains Of Consciousness [Basic Books, New York; 2001.
Org. 1976] / p. 25, 26, 54, 55. A part of the book is shared on the website of MIT.
 David Louis Walker – China Under Communism; The First Five Years
[Yale University Press; New York; 1955] / p. 272
 Isaac Deutscher – De Onvoltooide Revolutie [W. de Haan, Hilversum; 1967] / p. 86-93
[Dutch translation of: The Unfinished Revolution; Oxford University Press; 1967]
 Ivan T. Frolov – Man-Science-Humanism; A New Synthesis
[Progress Publishers, Moscow; 1986] / p. 190
 Nathan Gardels [ed.] – The Changing Global Order [Blackwell, Oxford; 1997] / p. 112, 113
 See also: Quigley – Tragedy & Hope / p. 378
 Frolov – Man-Science-Humanism / p. 63-67
 Gorbachev, Mikhail – The Search For A New Beginning
[Harper, San Francisco; 1995] / p. 35, 59-61
 Alvin Toffler – The Third Wave [Bantam Books, New York; 1980] / p. 325
 Gardels – The Changing Global Order / p. 261
 Bertrand Russell – The Impact Of Science On Society
[AMS Press, New York; 1968. Org. 1953] / p. 29, 49, 50
 Chomsky & Barsamian – Propaganda & The Public Mind / p. 166
 Russell – The Impact Of Science On Society / p. 30
 Walker – China Under Communism / p. 57, 58
 Kathleen Taylor – Brainwashing; The Science Of Thought Control
[Oxford University Press; 2004] / p. 53
 Walker – China Under Communism / p. 61
 Philip Zimbardo – The Lucifer Effect [Random House, New York; 2008] / 219, 221
 Cited in: Taylor – Brainwashing / p. 3
 David Sansone – The Genesis Of Sport [University Of California Press; 1988] / p. 4-53
 Joseph Henderson & Maud Oakes – The Wisdom Of The Serpent
[Princeton University Press, New Jersey; 1990] / p. 32
 Henderson & Oakes / p. 24
 Joseph Farrell & Scott D. Hart – Transhumanism; A Grimoire Of Alchemical Agendas
[Feral House; 2011] / p. 120
 Peter F. Drucker – The Post-Capitalist Society [HarperCollins, New York; 1993] / p. 6-8
 Drucker – The Post-Capitalist Society / p. 9