FUNDAMENTAL PHRASEOLOGY

 

THE ‘ORDER’ IN THE NEW WORLD ORDER

There have been several empires that could be described as global or worldwide, and is it possible that within the lifespan of many of the people reading this a new one will be achieved. At the heart of the controversy is the word ‘Order’ and the multiple ways it can be interpreted. The most basic and most often used explanation of this word in this context, is the now existing balance of power between the various countries and states in the world, combined with the approaching changes  in this balance of power. Within this view a new world order will be the coming outcome of the rebalancing of the power in the world. But, as we’ll see, that only scratches the surface; there is much more to it than that. We turn to Albert G. Mackey’s Lexicon Of Freemasonry to get the full threefold meaning of the word ‘order’:

|1|    A regular government
|2|    A society of dignified persons, distinguished by marks of honor
|3|    A religious fraternity  

This greatly helps in understanding why every time so much confusion arises as soon as different worldviews on the NWO clash. In almost all cases the political, academic and skeptical movements only refer to explanation |1|. They aren’t aware of the two coexisting deeper levels, pretend not to knowFOUNDATIONAL_PHRASEOLOGY-SECRET_ORDER 2 or care, or dismiss it as being rubbish. Once in a while the mainstream media does use the phrase ‘Order’ in a different way, like for instance in the clipping of the New York World newspaper from April 1902.[1] For a more in-depth look into the mysterious Cecil Rhodes, see  OLD MAN OF THE MOUNTAIN. In this newspaper clipping they clearly mean |2| or even |3|. This is understandable because Rhodes was very clear in his aims and told the world plainly that his secret society was after world government, would consist out of dignified persons, and was on a deeper level certainly based on a fraternity of zealots which makes it comparable only with religious movements. And because they would use the United States as the spear-point to achieve this, their enterprise would be mainly operating from the New World, making it a New World Order. But their aim is also the reunite the world through democracy and enforced peace, thus striving for a new World Order. And most importantly, they considered themselves an Order, in all three explanations just given, who were striving to remould the whole world nearer to their hearts desire; thus making them literally the New World Order.

Another fine example is from the book Lectures On Ancient Philosophy, by Manly P. Hall. According to this famous Masonic philosopher,

we are approaching a nobler era when nations shall be no more; when the whole earth shall be under one order, one government, one administrative body.[2]

 So, the main area of misunderstanding is in my opinion the interpretation and usage of the phrase. The anti-NWO movements focus mainly on explanations |2| and |3| and use this viewpoint and interpretation quite dogmatically to describe all we see happening in the world, also often things that fall under explanation |1|. But on the other hand the Skeptic side shoehorns every example under explanation |1| on an equally dogmatic way, simply because they can’t even consider that |2| and |3| exist.

But to fully understand the big picture we need to go past the exoteric level of the aim for world unity, and lay bare the far more important esoteric foundation underneath. Understanding the exoteric level enables us to learn and explain the question HOW, but it takes the esoteric level to understand the much deeper question WHY in our history this incessant and intergenerational quest for world domination has time and time again resurfaced. And the keys to this deeper understanding can be found in the study of the ‘Great Work’.

 

THE ‘GREAT WORK OF THE AGES’

It would take many book volumes to completely make clear what the Great Work is all about, and I highly doubt if there’s anyone who really understands it all. But the main basis would be that the the higher initiates of the secret societies, which have existed throughout human history, have been guiding and steering humanity along a pre-planned route. They plan ahead for decades, sometimes even centuries, and every group or religion has their part in the whole. They work through the main dialectical technique of giving the world first a thesis and then an antithesis, which are meant to merge into the synthesis. In this way some kind of Progress is achieved, which pushed humanity, or a small part of it, forward or upwards. The level of knowlegde has always been sealed off hermetically, and among the lower parts it’s highly compartmentalized. The Great Work is furthered along the outlines of Alchemy, which is the ancient doctrine that spawned most fields of science, but also a lot of mysticism. Almost all religions have strong and deep ties to Alchemy too.

Manly Palmer Hall wrote in chapter 19 of his book Lectures On Ancient Philosophy:

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. [3]

 Albert Pike wrote in his infamous book Morals & Dogma:

Masonry, like all the Religions, all the Mysteries, Hermeticism and Alchemy, conceals its secrets from all except the Adepts and Sages, or the Elect, and uses false explanations and misinterpretations of its symbols to mislead those who deserve only to be misled; to conceal the Truth, which it calls Light, from them, and to draw them away from it. Truth is not for those who are unworthy or unable to receive it, or would pervert it. So God Himself incapacitates many men, by color-blindness, to distinguish colors, and leads the masses away from the highest Truth, giving them the power to attain only so much of it as it is profitable to them to know. Every age has had a religion suited to its capacity. [4]

Many occult writers have confirmed that Éliphas Lévi gave birth to modern occultism, which is one of the main forces in the Great Work. Well-known examples are the doctrines of Theosophy, Anthroposophy, Satanism, Scientology and many other New Age thought patterns. But also on Freemasonry and other similar Mystery Schools. Lévi’s real name was Alphonse Louis Constant who lived from 1810 till 1875, mainly in Paris. He was deeply rooted in Cabbalism, Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry, and he mixed and somewhat perverted this with the Roman Catholic dogma he never really lost. In his a copious writings can be found much important information and insights on the NWO agenda, but, as usual, buried under large amounts of irrelevancies, deliberate disinformation or just less relevant information and stories. With the big reformers and modernists it’s often the case that their most important esoteric information can be found in their less well-known and advertised and often smaller books. In Paradoxes Of The Highest Science [1883] Lévi also told us that what “the initiate says is true, but what the profane understand is a falsehood made for them”. He then went into the secret doctrine underlying the mainline world-religions, and therefore the core of the Great Work. He described Jesus’ secret teachings as sketched by the initiate Ezekiel:

– God in Humanity and in Nature
– The Universal Church of the just
– The progressive enfranchisement of mankind  [= to set Mankind free from slavery]
– The assumption of the Woman, to be loved a Virgin, adored a Mother
– The destruction of the despotism of Priests and Kings
– The reign of Truth and Justice
– The union of Science and Faith
– 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. [5]

All of these points are of extreme importance in understanding the NWO-agenda, and all will be explained as well as possible on this website.

 

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‘PROGRESS’

The word ‘progress’ is another example of an often used phrase but with a confusing amount of different meanings. It signifies a movement, forward, upward, maybe both? Many influential individuals have used it, but few have explained what they meant by it. This article will try to lift a veil of the real meaning behind the word.

If we go back to the time of Columbus, we see that the main conviction among the intellectual elites was that civilization began in the East and slowly found its way Westward. It got stopped for a while by the Atlantic Ocean, but thanks to the famous explorer the New World was found, which would give the possibility to make the circle complete in a true heliotropic fashion. Just as Alexis de Tocqueville, Michael Chevalier left his European homeland for a while to travel the developing Americas. Chevalier wrote and thought in the spirit of Saint-Simon and in the book Society, Manners And Politics In The United States we find that the

progress of civilization is the result of the interaction of contrary and opposite qualities which, for Europe, Chevalier characterizes a Northern or Southern, Saxon or Latin. Progress is not a straight line development but an oscillating series of stages, each one superior to the former, each one solving its own characteristic problem. In Saint-Simonian language, Western civilization was passing through a critical period of transition to a new ‘organic’ epoch. The new epoch would be characterized by the peaceful and philanthropic power of industrialism. [6]

Chevalier himself wrote about it a bit more esoterically, as we can read near the end of the book. He explained that “the Americans are called to continue the series of that succession of progressive movement which have characterized our civilization ever since it quitted its cradle in the East”. As we know the American agreed in their ‘Manifest Destiny’ and we are now in the final stages of the closing of the circle. Chevalier continued:

An eminent philosopher, M. Ballanche, who is an honor to the French name, defines the progress of the human race in its slow and majestic pilgrimage round our globe by the term initiation. […] The conquests of the human mind to which the Reformation gave the signal, and the impulse and the great discoveries of science and art which in Europe are yet concealed from the general eye by the bandage of ignorance and the mists of theory, are in America exposed to the vulgar gaze and placed within the reach of all. [7]

Benjamin Franklin also told us what he thought Progress meant, especially for the illumined elite. While he has been quoted often wishing well on humanity, we find that in his less well-known private writings he agreed that Progress wouldn’t be possible for everyone. The American scholar Gerald Stourzh wrote a book in the fifties on Jefferson’s aims for foreign policy, and in the chapter Franklin And ‘Progress’ we read how the famous Mason wrote to his peers to never forget that

how great a Proportion of Mankind consists of weak and ignorant Men and Women, and of inexperienc’d and inconsiderate Youth of both Sexes, who have need of the Motives of Religion to restrain them from Vice, to support their Virtue, and retain them in the Practice of it till it becomes habitual, which is the great Point for its Security. […] If Men are so wicked as we now see them with Religion what would they be if without it?

 It made Franklin wonder if a man can

arrive at perfection in this life, as some believe; or is it impossible, as others believe? Perhaps they differ in the meaning of the word perfection. I suppose the perfection of any thing to be only the greatest the nature of that thing is capable of. Different things have different degrees of perfection, and the same thing at different times. […] But that a man is not capable of being so perfect here as he is capable of being here, is not sense; […] In the above sense there may be a perfect oyster, a perfect horse, a perfect ship, why not a perfect man? That is, as perfect as his present nature and circumstances admit? [8]

So it seems for Franklin the real meaning of Progress would be the aim and search for the perfect man. This would be perfectly aligned with his fellow-brethren, because the real end-goal of all secret societies that centered themselves around illumination has always been the perfection of Man, both physically and psychologically. The [biblical] Fall has to be undone, to be overcome, and then Man will become an androgynous and preferably immortal being. And we’re well on our way to reach this point.

But is this all there is to it? No of course not.

We now turn to the darker side of the Mystery Schools and how they define progress. In his aforementioned book Paradoxes Of The Highest Science, Éliphas Lévi cites apostle St. Paul and proclaims that for the occultist the Law of Progress goes:

When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. [9]

Later in his book he concluded that “progress is only possible through the law of transformation”. Always keep this in mind while doing your own research, because it explains why so many influential individuals in history have referred to us as being children of the Earth, who are destined for a big transformation. It’s the underlying principle of our whole world system, including the Hegelian dialectical system and human evolution. But what it also implies is that when the moment of transformation has arrived, the moment “Childhood Ends” as some have called it, the elite will “put away childish things”. To understand what this means you only have to look around you… There is a definite reason why we have been dumbed down and infantilized so thoroughly, especially in the West. According to the theory, Evolution has always only been achieved by an infinitesimal small part of a species; the rest never was able to adapt to and survive the rapid changing environment around them, and in all cases they have disappeared from the face of the Earth without leaving so much as a trace. We are a transitional species, somewhere between humanoid and android. We hear a lot about Generation Y and Z nowadays; don’t expect them to start again at A!

But for all of this to happen without failure and too much opposition from the masses, they had to bring out the old con-game again; the perennial philosophy. This is the mystical religious system of psychological warfare that has been the transitional phase between Ages before. In our time we have learned to call it the New Age movement, but it is in fact a lot broader than that. Aldous Huxley wrote in his book Perennial Philosopy on the eternal mystical world philosophies. One of his tasks in the Great Work was to aid in the merger of both Eastern and Western religions, on our way to one world religion. Huxley tells us the

divine Ground of all existence is a spiritual Absolute, ineffable in terms of discursive thought, but (in certain circumstances) susceptible of being directly experienced and realized by the human being. This Absolute is the God-without-form of Hindu and Christian mystical phraseology. The last end of man, the ultimate reason for human existence, is unitive knowledge of the divine Ground the knowledge that can come only to those who are prepared to ‘die to self and so make room, as it were, for God. Out of any given generation of men and women very few will achieve the final end of human existence; but the opportunity for coming to unitive knowledge will, in one way or another, continually be offered until all sentient beings realize Who in fact they are. […] And finally God’s being is ‘in heaven’; the divine nature is other than, and incommensurable with, the nature of the creatures in whom God is immanent. That is why we can attain to the unitive knowledge of God only when we become in some measure Godlike, only when we permit God’s kingdom to come by making our own creaturely kingdom go. [10]

There won’t be a collective evolution, and this has never been a serious option for the elite either. They only want us to think there will be one, so we just sit on our lazy asses and wait for the experts to do it for us. But in reality of course not one species has ever survived being totally dependent on the external supply of food, building material and other primary necessities, as almost everyone living in cities is. And even the smallest and most harmless of species all have some form of survival instinct, something which has almost totally disappeared in most people in the West. Man has been devolving for a long time, as was already laid out by George Bernard Shaw at the beginning of the last century. Shaw said the following on Progress in his mind-blowing pamphlet The Revolutionist Handbook:

 

We must therefore frankly give up the notion that Man as he exists is capable of net progress. There will always be an illusion of progress, because wherever we are conscious of an evil we remedy it, and therefore always seem to ourselves to be progressing, forgetting that most of the evils we see are the effects, finally become acute, of long‐unnoticed retrogressions; that our compromising remedies seldom fully recover the lost ground; above all, that on the lines along which we are degenerating, good has become evil in our eyes, and is being undone in the name of progress precisely as evil is undone and replaced by good on the lines along which we are evolving. [11]

 

Shaw concluded his tract aptly, by saying that  “Our only hope, then, is in evolution. We must replace the man by the superman”. Hence the only real way for Progress is through transformation; by using the total of human intellect and capability in order for a few to evolve into H++; the New Man, Superman, the Übermensch. I go much deeper into this in the article CLOSE TO PERFECTION; THE FLAMING PHOENIX AND THE ALCHEMICAL END OF MAN.

 

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NOTES:

[1]  New York World, April 9, 1902

[2]  Hall, Manly Palmer – Lectures On Ancient Philosophy / p. 463

[3]  Read the chapter online

[4]  Pike, Albert – Morals & Dogma / p. 104, 105

[5] Eliphas Levi – Paradoxes Of The Highest Science [Ibis Press; 2004, org. 1884] / p. 55-57

[6]  Michael Chevalier –Society, Manners And Politics In The United States [Anchor Books, New York; 1961] / p. vii [introduction by John William Ward, Princeton University]

[7]  Chevalier – Society And Manners / p. 410, 411

[8] Gerald Stourzh – Benjamin Franklin And Foreign Policy [University of Chicago Press; 1954] / p. 10-12

[9]  Eliphas Levi – Paradoxes Of The Highest Science [Ibis Press; 2004, org. 1884] / p. 69

[10]  Huxley, Aldous – Perennial Philosophy [Chatto & Windus, London; 1947] / p. 29-31

[11] George Bernard Shaw – The Revolutionist Handbook [1903]