Ed Dieckmann, Jr. | 2006-12-27 - A classic 1969 article, investigating the "UNESCO octopus" comprising the Esalen Institute, the Tavistock Institute, Lucis Trust, the social engineers from the National Education Association, and the National Training Laboratories, G. Brock Chisholm, Carl Rogers, and the Human Potential movement of the '60s.
David Livingstone | 2006-05-10 - There is little that should impress you in the writings of Plato, who is supposedly the greatest philosopher in history. On the contrary, there is much that should concern you, as Plato has been the founder of many of the totalitarian doctrines that have plagued the twentieth century.
Edith Kermit Roosevelt | 2006-03-08 - A temple will be erected in Washington, D. C., for "the citizen of the world" to develop "universal understanding" in place of his "national limitations." [...] Meetings, film showings and courses of study in the world's great religions will be held in the "Hall of Illumination."
Erik G. Magro | 2005-08-16 - Every major war and revolution from the Victorian Age onward has its catalyst rooted in the dialectical-materialism philosophy known as Evolution. Today these concepts are found in Communist regimes and the western world. In the US, Communist activism broke out on the streets and college campuses during the 60s and 70s in war protests, and in general counter-culture movements under the cloak of various civil rights movements such as feminism and often with the radical motives of breaking up families.
Erik G. Magro | 2005-08-16 - Like his contemporary, George Orwell, Aldous Huxley was fascinated by the rigid social structure he saw erected throughout his lifetime and projected the extreme climax of that structure in his work. Also like his Fabian Socialist counter-part, many of his novels would later be interpreted as warnings wrapped in science-fiction plots of a technocratic one-world dictatorship.
Phillip D. Collins | 2005-02-15 - In the article entitled "The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship", we examined the transmogrification of the elite's religious power structure into a technocratic oligarchy legitimized predominantly by science. The history and background of this "scientific dictatorship" is a conspiracy, created and micro-managed by the historical tide of Darwinism, which has its foundations in Freemasonry. In this article, we shall examine the "scientific dictatorship" as an enormous project in the re-sculpting of reality itself.
Phillip D. Collins | 2005-02-06 - The new Mason was no longer an architect of freestone. Instead, he was an architect of the technocratic Utopia mandated by Bacon's New Atlantis. His god was Man himself, an emergent deity sculpted by the Kabbalistic golem of nature through the occult process of "becoming." Of course, this concept would later be disseminated on the popular level as Darwinism and the world would call it "evolution."
Terry Melanson | 2004-11-05 - An octopus of Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Tax-Exempt Foundations, Think Tanks, Multinational Corporations and the Media Establishment practice the subtle science of persuasion. In the last two hundred years there isn't a single area of society that hasn't been influenced by facilitators of transformation education. For complete control of the masses a dictatorship is not necessary, although it does expedite the process. The collective moulding begins early in life, sustained and refined throughout one's formal education; a universal curriculum of manipulation can transform and achieve a complete paradigm shift for a whole generation.
Laurene Conner | 2004-08-05 - A movement of vital proportion, ignored by the major media, kept off-limits from the general public, has been on the United Nations (UN) drawing board for well over ten years. This movement would nullify our Constitutional structure with its freedoms and prerogatives enshrined in the Bill of Rights, including our unhampered right to religious freedom. It masquerades behind the facade of 'sustainable development.'
Lynn Stuter | 2004-05-27 - The method works. It is very effective with parents, teachers, school children, and any community group. The "targets" rarely, if ever, know that they are being manipulated.
Willy Peterson | 2002-06-16 - I like to think of new agers in two camps; social new agers who simply go along with the drift of social change, and true disciples of "light", the New Age Proper, or students of the "Ageless Wisdom" taught by Alice Bailey.
Terry Melanson | 2001-08-23 - Her 24 books, combined with the Beacon magazine, Triangles, and the Arcane School indoctrinate students into what Bailey describes as the "Ageless Wisdom" teachings. The Arcane School, founded in 1922, boasted 20,000 graduates by 1954. This occult university is more active than ever and continues to be the main training ground for New Age disciples.
Terry Melanson | 2001-08-22 - Lucis Trust has truly become a powerhouse for the New Age ideal; the transformation of society by, and through, occult initiatory means. The respect that Bailey's teachings receive, and the reverence for her Master, is without equal.
Terry Melanson | 2001-04-19 - In 1980 Creme wrote a book called The Reappearance of the Christ and the Masters of Wisdom, which is an account of his telepathic communication with Maitreya and the history of his involvement with the occult dating back to the 1940's.
Jon Atack | 1999-10-05 - Most Scientologists, celebrity and non-celebrity alike; as well as the general public, are ignorant of the Satanic/Black Magic background of its Founder, L. Ron Hubbard, and how he used these materials to form the core of his secret "Sacred Scriptures."
PERFECTIBILISTS: The 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati, by Terry Melanson
The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship, by Paul & Phillip Collins
Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, by Abbe Barruel
Fire in the Minds of Men: Origins of the Revolutionary Faith, by James H. Billington
America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones, by Antony C. Sutton