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R.K. Locke
04-28-2014, 08:01 PM
Not sure what to make of this but I thought some here might find it interesting...



The Aeon of Horus is Ending and the Elites are Nervous as their Icons are Dying
2014 04 18

By Thomas Sheridan | thomassheridanofficialblog.blogspot.ie


I predict there is going to be a huge resurgence of interest in European indigenous spiritual traditions from Norse to Celtic/Gaelic to Slavic and so on. Millions of Europeans are going to realise that we are the victims of Christianity and New Age garbage. Their bastardised Kabbalah, the psychic force used by Crowley and the elites to cement his Aeon of Horus within the Western psyche has no staying power in Europe. It simply does not belong here. Hence, why celebrities who have publicly tinkered with it - unaware of what they were doing - died young or go insane. They infect themselves with something which is no longer supplying antibodies to defend against the return of European spiritual traditions.

Right now (ongoing since the 60’s), there is a huge push by the Purple Pill brigade to ignore the magnificent spiritual and mythological wisdom of our European ancestors by telling us to go to Peru and the Himalayas for the ’real thing’. That stuff is still alien to our being as Europeans. It is neither inferior or superior; it is just not what we are. We have as much right to indulging our own spiritual heritage, which is equal in respect to that of Vedic, African, Native American and all other spiritual/mythological paths.

We do not need to follow mainstream pied pipers into the jungle such as Daniel Pinchbeck and Russell Brand to sample a taste of other traditions which are no more superior to anything we already had/have in Europe. That self-hating ’spiritual’ psy-op first brought to Europe by Christians, and then carried on by Blavatsky and her ilk has to end now. The reality is, it is ending. The old European gods have been dormant for long enough. You cannot keep a good local archetype down forever.

We have it all under our own feet here in Europe (and that includes Americans, Australians and others of European ancestry). In the soil, forests, waters and mountains of Europe. Do not be led astray any longer. We Europeans have every right to enjoy, respect and share our own traditions as much as an Australian aboriginal, Navaho or Zulu. We are all brothers and sisters all over this world with SPECIFIC regional mythologies invoking the same common archetypes. Except that Europeans have been told our own spiritual archetypes are of no value.

Look around you; everything that Crowley created with his Aeon of Horus is falling apart. Popular music is horrifically bad, even to young people living today. Movies and TV say nothing meaningful any more. Art is a cesspool of ’concepts’, and Transhumanism is the panacea they present to us as the solution. The game is over and the return of the European native magic is unstoppable.

A rather pathetic new agenda to get us all back into the Amazon is currently being offered to us. They are now making that trendy in the mainstream. Same thing is happening with transcendental meditation. They are also still trying to make out that being drawn to one’s own spiritual heritage is racist. Mainly because of the psychopaths in the Third Reich polluting it with Tibetan imports. If anyone studies Tibetan spirituality closely, it is incredibly murderous and vicious. Which serves to prove how dangerous the New Age combustive mixing can be. You have your own spiritual and mythological archetypes for a very good reason. Use them.

The line in the New Age/Christian litter box is drawn here.

Source: thomassheridanofficialblog.blogspot.ie

Tracy Riddle
04-29-2014, 12:20 AM
It's too bad that the European indigenous spiritual (pagan) traditions are often embraced by fascist movements.

Magda Hassan
04-29-2014, 11:09 AM
Too right Tracey. They appropriate everything and nothing to offer except fear and violence.

David Guyatt
04-29-2014, 04:21 PM
Speaking of Horus, or rather the Eye of Horus, is this more than interesting curiosity...

The Pineal Gland:

5932

The Eye of Horus:

5933

Pineal-Horus:

5934

Those ancient Egyptians were skilled anatomists and surgeons.

I agree it is a great shame that the nazis and Himmler had a big thing going for paganism and also for the Celts and their occult traditions due of the nazis Aryan creed. I wonder what he made of his occult guru, Karl Maria Willigut, who claimed to be the king of the Gypsies who, in turn worship a black goddess called Sara?

Some interesting info HERE (http://andrewgough.co.uk/nazi.html).

Magda Hassan
04-30-2014, 02:27 AM
Fascinating David and a very interesting web site too!

Keith Millea
04-30-2014, 07:08 PM
This quote below is from David's link;


Fabled, Golden Ages, such as Atlantis, Arcadia and Camelot, recall epochs when man’s destiny was favoured by the divine, and veneration of occult objects and adherence to esoteric principles brought good fortune. Today, these accounts are regarded as fictionalised utopias or, at best, romanticised periods of pseudo-history. Nevertheless, there was a movement within the last century that drew upon these remarkable legends and which justified its ambitions without a trace of conscience. I speak of Nazi Germany and an occult agenda predicated on proving that its heritage was more ancient than anyone else’s, and that this afforded them entitlement. I recently travelled to Germany on an expedition with the National Geographic Channel and learned how close this misguided occult fantasy actually came to succeeding.

The great occultist Madame Blavatsky (reviled in the opening post),was a believer in the lost civilizations of both Atlantis and the earlier Lemuria (MU).But,I sure don't know how Nazi Germany could trace their heritage back to these periods.::shrug::

David Guyatt
05-01-2014, 08:25 AM
This quote below is from David's link;


Fabled, Golden Ages, such as Atlantis, Arcadia and Camelot, recall epochs when man’s destiny was favoured by the divine, and veneration of occult objects and adherence to esoteric principles brought good fortune. Today, these accounts are regarded as fictionalised utopias or, at best, romanticised periods of pseudo-history. Nevertheless, there was a movement within the last century that drew upon these remarkable legends and which justified its ambitions without a trace of conscience. I speak of Nazi Germany and an occult agenda predicated on proving that its heritage was more ancient than anyone else’s, and that this afforded them entitlement. I recently travelled to Germany on an expedition with the National Geographic Channel and learned how close this misguided occult fantasy actually came to succeeding.

The great occultist Madame Blavatsky (reviled in the opening post),was a believer in the lost civilizations of both Atlantis and the earlier Lemuria (MU).But,I sure don't know how Nazi Germany could trace their heritage back to these periods.::shrug::

Sorry Keith, but I'm not sure I can help you. I have little personal interest in Blavatsky.

I am aware of the myths surrounding Atlantis, Lemuria and the others, obviously. With regard to the former, I am partial to Plato's Timeaus and, particularly, the governing archetypal image of the City, and think the story to be allegorical in nature (sinking beneath the sea = loss of consciousness etc). Likewise Arcadia and Camelot as allegory.

The general picture I have is that many occultists of that period had a tendency to present themselves as having some sort of authority and lineage derived from an ancient historical (or pseudo historical) past - McGregor Mathews and his guiding "Chiefs" for example. I think that was all just so much hocus pocus. Back at the turn of the 20th century all sorts of fads were in vogue. I don't suppose it's any different today either.

The unsavoury Himmler and his occult buddies were partial to these sorts of things too. As I recall the Thule/Vril types attributed their knowledge to an ET civilization on the distant star, Aldeberan - which probably gave rise to some of the UFO stories of the 1950's.

Marlene Zenker
05-02-2014, 02:43 AM
This quote below is from David's link;


Fabled, Golden Ages, such as Atlantis, Arcadia and Camelot, recall epochs when man’s destiny was favoured by the divine, and veneration of occult objects and adherence to esoteric principles brought good fortune. Today, these accounts are regarded as fictionalised utopias or, at best, romanticised periods of pseudo-history. Nevertheless, there was a movement within the last century that drew upon these remarkable legends and which justified its ambitions without a trace of conscience. I speak of Nazi Germany and an occult agenda predicated on proving that its heritage was more ancient than anyone else’s, and that this afforded them entitlement. I recently travelled to Germany on an expedition with the National Geographic Channel and learned how close this misguided occult fantasy actually came to succeeding.

The great occultist Madame Blavatsky (reviled in the opening post),was a believer in the lost civilizations of both Atlantis and the earlier Lemuria (MU).But,I sure don't know how Nazi Germany could trace their heritage back to these periods.::shrug::

Sorry Keith, but I'm not sure I can help you. I have little personal interest in Blavatsky.

I am aware of the myths surrounding Atlantis, Lemuria and the others, obviously. With regard to the former, I am partial to Plato's Timeaus and, particularly, the governing archetypal image of the City, and think the story to be allegorical in nature (sinking beneath the sea = loss of consciousness etc). Likewise Arcadia and Camelot as allegory.

The general picture I have is that many occultists of that period had a tendency to present themselves as having some sort of authority and lineage derived from an ancient historical (or pseudo historical) past - McGregor Mathews and his guiding "Chiefs" for example. I think that was all just so much hocus pocus. Back at the turn of the 20th century all sorts of fads were in vogue. I don't suppose it's any different today either.

The unsavoury Himmler and his occult buddies were partial to these sorts of things too. As I recall the Thule/Vril types attributed their knowledge to an ET civilization on the distant star, Aldeberan - which probably gave rise to some of the UFO stories of the 1950's.

Not to mention that the nazis decided to investigate every myth and fable, search for every missing artifact (Ark of the Covenant, Holy Grail, pieces of the true cross, etc.), long lost books both fabled and real and who knows what else. They figured for one brief not so shining moment that they had a good deal of the world in their hands and they were going to find and possess every treasure and secret.

Fred Steeves
01-03-2015, 03:36 PM
Look around you; everything that Crowley created with his Aeon of Horus is falling apart.

I strongly disagree with Thomas Sheridan here. From everything I see this new Aeon is still well under construction, and many well meaning spiritual people are unwittingly helping to carry it along on their "shoulders" through what they buy in to, and thus set their longing intention towards accordingly. Intent is a powerful tool of Creation, and with that power comes the inherent responsibility of treating it with the same respect as handling a loaded pistol. Ultimately, most do not.

Like the old saying, careful what you wish for...