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By David Callahan
Inevitably, the upshot of all this is a weaker voice for ordinary folks over the direction of American life.
By Daniel Taylor
“However far they go back, or down, they can find no ground to stand on… It is not that they are bad men. They are not men at all. Stepping outside the Tao, they have stepped into the void.”
These words, penned by C.S. Lewis in his 1947 book The Abolition of Man, remind us that there truly exists a phenomenon called natural law, or the Tao as Lewis calls it. Natural law has been recognized for as long as history has been written. To deny it takes the conscious effort of a normal human being. The idea of inalienable rights – the foundation upon which the United States Declaration of Independence was written – springs from natural law. As the book of Romans tells us, “For when the Gentiles, which have not the law, do by nature the things contained in the law, these… shew the work of the law written in their hearts…”
Writing on the Tao Lewis states, “It is the sole source of all value judgements. If it is rejected, all value is rejected… The rebellion of new ideologies against the Tao is a rebellion of the branches against the tree: if the rebels could succeed they would find that they had destroyed themselves.” The Scientific Dictatorship that is defining the 21st Century is rebelling in the truest sense against natural law.
“The conditioners have been emancipated from all that,” writes Lewis. “They know how to produce conscience and decide what kind of conscience they will produce. They themselves are outside, above.”
Lewis’s thought as expressed in The Abolition of Man is clearly influenced by the rise of the so called “Science of Man” that took place during his lifetime. This great initiative to discover the inner workings of man in order to better control him was initiated by the immense wealth of the Rockefeller empire in the early 20th Century. In her acclaimed book “The Molecular Vision of Life: Caltech, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Rise of the New Biology,” Dr. Lily E. Kay examines the Rockefeller Foundation’s influence in shaping molecular biology and the science of social engineering. Dr. Kay writes,
“…by the end of the Progressive Era, even before the large-scale commitment to the “advancement of knowledge” spurred by World War I, the human sciences received considerable support from the large foundations. Their numerous projects and the unprecedented scope of their financial and institutional resources shaped the development of culture and the production of knowledge in the United States.”
The physical makeup of human beings was studied, and methods to alter various biological processes were devised. The inertia generated by the Rockefeller project helped develop the eugenics movement in the United States. Outside of the physical properties of man, our very nature was targeted for radical change. The writings of Aldous Huxley (a contemporary of C.S. Lewis), Julian Huxley (brother of Aldous and first director of UNESCO) H.G. Wells, and Bertrand Russell are all based on the machinations of this project of projects. Charles Galton Darwin, grandson of Charles Darwin, wrote a book entitled The Next Million Years in 1952. By then the “Science of Man” project was well on its way. Darwin’s program for the domestication and re-casting of mankind is explained in The Next Million Years,
“…though it might conceivably be possible to tame the majority of mankind, this could only be done by leaving untamed a minority of the population. ”
Continuing with C. S. Lewis’s Abolition of Man,
“It is in Man’s power to treat himself as a mere ‘natural object’ and his own judgements of value as raw material for scientific manipulation to alter at will… The real objection is that if man chooses to treat himself as raw material, raw material he will be: not raw material to be manipulated, as he fondly imagined, by himself, but by… his dehumanized Conditioners.”
“The real picture,” writes Lewis, “is that of one dominant age…” in which “a few hundreds of men [rule over] billions upon billions of men.”
The age of transitions
This is the “age of transitions” of which elites have written and spoken of for hundreds of years. Ideally, in the eyes of the elite, we are not supposed to have any input in how this historic time period unfolds. Stripped of the Tao, our will is to be sapped, our choices denied or manipulated, our minds molded by an unseen hand.
Everything is to be overturned, transmuted into a new image. This is the time of the ultimate rebellion of the elite against the existing order on all fronts. The family is a “disease” in need of a cure, the founding documents of the United States are “parochial” and outmoded, the atmosphere of the earth is to be altered, and the very genetic code of the planet’s biosphere is in need of a “re-write.”
If this sounds like too much to believe, take a look at these open statements and links:
- “The new view is that the higher and more obligatory relation is to society rather than to the family; the family goes back to the age of savagery while the state belongs to the age of civilization. The modern individual is a world citizen, served by the world, and home interests can no longer be supreme.” – Arthur W. Calhoun, “A Social History of The American Family: From Colonial Times to the Present“
- “The genetic code is 3.6 billion years old. It’s time for a rewrite.” — Tom Knight, professor at MIT’s Artificial Intelligence Lab
- “We cannot let the Constitution become an obstacle to a future with a sensible health care system, a globalized economy, and evolving sense of civil and political rights.” – Richard Stengel, Time Magazine
- “…there may be an assumption that… by reason and science we may govern the future of unborn generations in ways that we know are right… Do we mean that because we have learned to navigate the tides we shall also control them? … We have already begun the attempts to regulate local weather. Where do we think we shall stop — with the control of the speed of rotation of the earth, of its revolution around the sun?… Pride goeth before a fall. All our efforts will promote only disaster if they are not done in the humility appropriate to our ignorance, never forgetting that we have not made the earth or the heavens above it.” – Chester Bernard, President of the Rockefeller Foundation, 1948-1952
- U.S. Government Mad Scientists Geo-Engineer Atmosphere
- Alex Jones breaks down the true Transhumanist agenda
You can be the antibody to the pathocratic disease
Corrupt government inevitably spreads its virus to the lower strata of society. The pathocratic disease by its very nature must spread from the top down. Conscience and morality stand in the way of an iron fist exercising its power through its various branches of control, all of which consist of human beings like you and me. Moral relativism and ignorance rules the minds of such individuals who enable the pathocrats.
Men and women of honor and integrity often shun careers in politics because to attain success often entails sacrificing these very characteristics. This isn’t to say that getting involved is a bad thing, but that dishonest, morally bankrupt individuals infiltrate and rise to the top of political and corporate structures. These individuals are the very essence of the Scientific Dictatorship. This abhorrent element of humanity seeks to spread their disease to the wider spectrum of society, because “normal man” represents a grave danger to their pathological system.
Andrew M. Lobaczewski’s 1998 book entitled Political Ponerology sheds light on the pathocrats dark philosphy, stating, “…the biological, psychological, moral, and economic destruction of this majority of normal people is a “biological” necessity to the pathocrats…”
There truly is a spiritual element amidst the monumental issues that our modern world is facing. I am writing to you as a Christian, well aware that the corrupt religious establishment – through its mega church panhandling frenzy and hypocrisy – has turned untold numbers of individuals away from finding true spiritual fulfillment in a nation void of discernment. In reality all major monotheistic religions (particularly Christianity) are currently enduring assaults on all fronts through carefully designed propaganda campaigns meant to reign in “extremism” on tighter and tighter leashes of political correctness. The social architects of the New World Order must break down the foundations upon which humanity stands, ending ultimately with The Abolition of Man.
Historian Alexis de Tocqueville reminds us in his 1835 book Democracy in America,
“…if you encounter among the opinions of a democratic people any of those wicked theories that intimate that everything perishes with the body, you must regard those who profess such theories as natural enemies of the people. There are many things about the materialists that offend me. Their doctrines seem to me pernicious, and their pride revolts me… When they have done enough to their estimation to prove that they are mere brutes, they strut about as proudly as if they had proven they were gods.”
What is our purpose as aware and conscious individuals? Our ministry is living “…by manifestation of the truth commending ourselves to every man’s conscience in the sight of God.” – 2nd Corinthians 4:2
As Lewis explains the Tao must be stripped away if man is to be crafted into a new image by the man-molders of the new age. Your stand as a sentient human being against the scientific dictatorship’s attempt to reduce humanity to the status of an animal sends a powerful message. “…we may well thank the beneficent obstinacy of real mothers, real nurses, and (above all) real children for preserving the human race in such sanity as it still possesses,” writes Lewis. “But the man-moulders of the new age will be armed with the powers of an omnicompetent state and an irresistible scientific technique.”
Lewis comments on our often hypocritical society; “We make men without chests and expect of them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honour and are shocked to find traitors in our midst. We castrate and bid the geldings be fruitful.”
In striving to reach a higher standard we have the chance to help our fellow man resist the tyranny that is engulfing our society. The Tao, our essence, our conscience is targeted with a hot iron.