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Step 8: Made a list of all persons we had wronged and became willing to make amends to them all.

Living life in the world it is pretty much a certainty that at some point we will hurt someone. Whether it’s mentally, emotionally or even physically; whether we were intentionally malicious or carelessly inconsiderate; it is inevitable that we will hurt one another. This is the sad reality of what the Buddha referred to as “Samsara”– the material world of pain and suffering. With the exception of the moments of actual physical pain we experience, the majority of the pain we feel is caused by our attachments and our beliefs. Likewise, much of the pain we cause others is when we offend the attachments and beliefs of others.

However, while we cannot “make” anyone feel a particular emotion and there are typically “wrongs” on both sides of any conflict, we would do well to take responsibility for our actions in any sort of disagreement or conflict that ends up in hurt feelings or alienation. Did we act or did we react? Did we act virtuous and honorable? Or did we act petty and disrespectful? It is our responsibility to have control over our actions. That responsibility is ours and ours alone.

Of course, we also need to be honest about those wrongs we may have done that were not necessarily based in “conflict”. Are there times where we may have defrauded another for our own selfish gain? Are there times where we have violated the trust that someone put in us? Are there times when we blatantly mistreated or even outright abused another- times where we deliberately violated free will of another living being? If so, these are things we need to bring to Light if true spiritual alchemy is our goal.

Working through the 4th Step, we came face to face with the mental, emotional and possibly even physical harm that others had caused us. Likewise, we fully acknowledged our roles in creating the negative situations and conditions we experience. From this step, we dug up names and situations from our past and brought ourselves face to face with their impact on our psyche. Through this, we brought healing into our being. Now it is time we fully acknowledge our roles in the hurt and perhaps even bring some healing to others.

With the aid of our 4th and perhaps even our 1st steps, we should have a pretty good idea of who we owe an apology. Now we need to be willing to do the right thing- we need to have that will to “man (woman) up” and apologize for f***in’ up. We need “Will” to do this. Not the lower case “w” will of our lower mind, but the big “W” Will that comes from aligning ourselves with our Higher Power. We can pray for our Higher Power’s guidance if we believe ourselves “unable” to apologize. Almost certainly we will find it is not that we were unable, it is that we were unwilling- our Higher Power’s guidance can help us through this, but we have to be ready to do some hard work. We need to be truly willing to go up to those we have wronged, look them in the eye, and apologize for our actions. The Blue Book states:

“A remorseful mumbling that we are sorry won’t fit the bill at all… So we clean house… asking each morning in meditation that our Creator show us the way of patience, tolerance, kindliness and love.”

This takes us to Step 9:

Step 9: Made direct amends to such people wherever possible except when to do so would injure them or others.

making_up_after_a_fightIt has been said that the three most difficult words in the English language for one to speak are “I was wrong.” Sometimes we can be so convinced that our actions in a given situation were harmless or even justified that we are oblivious to even the remote possibility of wrongdoing on our part. We can come up with all sorts of justifiers as to how what we did harmed no one or that we were entitled to act the way we did. We may believe that the particular wrong someone has done to us so far outweighs anything that we could have possibly done to them that they “should” be the ones apologizing to us. We wait for THEM to come to us so WE can get on with our lives. This is a great way to hold onto a resentment until you die.

I had a bit of resentment towards my father that came to a head in my twenties. My mother and father had married young and split when I was two. My mother told me that it was because he was either working all the time or out with his friends, so she filed for divorce. She later told me that he told her not to come to him when I became a “hard-to-handle teenager”.

I would go to visit my father on Sundays when I was younger, but oftentimes he would be working and I would spend most of the time with my stepmother, my sister and my grandparents. He owned his own logging and trucking business in Maine, and loved what he did, but he was most definitely a workaholic. On top of that, he was not one for expressing emotion. This appeared to be more evident as I grew older.

I moved with my mother in Rhode Island, who gone into the Navy shortly after they divorced, when I was thirteen (before that time I was living with her parents). After that my relationship with my father grew more and more distant. I would see him at Christmas and Thanksgiving and get a card with money in it for my birthday, and he came to my graduation, but that was it. He never called me, so I never called him.

However there was a point when my father loaned me money for a security deposit on my first apartment. I soon forgot about this, and shirked any responsibility of paying this debt, as this was around the time I was doing a lot of drugs, partying, etc. I moved back to Maine briefly for a time after I got evicted from that apartment and started to work on mending the estranged relationship with my father as well as my sister. Things appeared to be going in a positive direction, but a few months later I moved back to Rhode Island to basically pick up where I left off.

I went back to Maine for my cousin’s graduation, where my father was also attending. I vividly remember the awkward feeling I got when I approached him and went to shake his hand only to have him walk by as if he didn’t know me. To this day I do not know exactly what that was about, as I have never asked him, even though I have my theories. I was a bit of a mess for the few months I went back and it being a small town, word might have gotten out that I was a bit of a drunk. Or he might have just been pissed that it was over a year since he gave me a loan and I hadn’t made any attempts to address it. I don’t know.

I wrote him a letter asking about what was going on, as I had not even gotten a card for my birthday that year. My stepmother was the one who wrote back, stating the card issue was a misunderstanding, but did bring up the matter of the loan. My mother was pissed as she didn’t believe he was justified to call in any debt due to her allowing him to pay so little in child support.

I would still see my father once or twice a year during holidays. He never called me. I never called him. However, I again found myself in a financial conundrum three years later after I went to college. I called to ask him if he would co-sign on a loan. He refused stating that I was “25 years old and didn’t own a vehicle” and that I just needed to “work harder”. I was pissed. I had worked to get into college (which he never did) on my own. That semester I had made dean’s list, worked as an RA at my dorm, and worked part-time on the weekends when he didn’t have classes. But I wasn’t going to beg him for money and just left it at that. I had planned to talk to him face to face about how I felt he was not treating me like a son and had never been much of a father to me. However, it was at that time his father, my grandfather, passed away.

Nearly ten years had passed after all of this when I made my amends with my father. He had been going through a separation with my stepmother when I visited him at his house. It was the first time I had gotten to sit with just him and I and talk for a long, long time. I talked with him in a way I never had before. I opened up to him and apologized for acting the way I did during that time and being irresponsible. I also expressed remorse for allowing my relationship with him, as well as my siblings to become so distant. He expressed understanding and forgiveness to me. However he did not apologize for any wrongs he may have committed according to my perception. But that’s not what this is about.

The healing from this step comes from OUR action, not from the actions of another. This step is us truly about empowerment and healing through alignment with the Higher Will. Making amends with my father was like a breath of fresh air into my being. Since that time, my conversations with my father have become more open, a he too is changing through the trials that have happened in his life. While my outreach is still not always the best, our relationship has indeed healed.Building-on-Relationships

When people have near-death-experiences, they typically learn to value two things above all: knowledge, particularly wisdom knowledge of things of a Higher Vibration, and relationships with others. Our relationships, the bonds we make in life are so essential as they allow us to grow in our ability to express, feel and understand love and compassion. It is also through reaching out to others that enables us to be of service and participate in the Great Work. This is something I am stubbornly learning, but learning nonetheless.

Before I conclude, we should address the qualifier “except when to do so would injure them or others” Everyone who you meet serves as a potential catalyst for your spiritual growth and development, and the same is true for those you have met, as you can help to facilitate that in them. Sometimes this is growth through loving and joyful experiences, but sometimes this is growth that happens through pain and trauma. To bring it back to a personal level, there are people in my life whom I have lost touch with for one reason or another, and I know it is better for everyone that it stays that way.

The most obvious example would be old lovers, where feelings of unhealthy attachment/obsession or betrayal may have played a role in facilitating or ending the relationship. Perhaps they were so hurt by our actions, that it took time and distance from us to heal the wounds that we helped create; perhaps attempting to reach out to them in a desperate attempt to heal ourselves, would only cause those wounds to be reopened. This could potentially have a destructive impact not only on them, but also on their current relationships and even their family. The same can be said in those instances where an unhealthy obsession or attachment exists between two people. Perhaps we had a friend or lover that enabled us to act in self-destructive ways. If we know that reaching out to that person would cause us or them to fall back into that cycle, that connection is probably best left in the past.

In any case, we need to be mindful about our interactions with those we have wronged, and be certain that while we are ultimately doing this for our own healing first and foremost, that we aren’t doing it in a manner that is selfish and inconsiderate. Sometimes this line can be a little blurry, at which point we should ask for guidance from our Higher Power as well as reach out to members of our support group, whomever that may be. If we find there are amends that need to be made, but a face-to-face meeting (which is the most optimal as it allows real sincerity and connection to be established) or even making a phone call or mailing a letter is not a good idea or possibility, there are other options.

One option is the “un-mailed letter. Here we can write out our apology and even read it out loud, imagining the person we wish to make amends to is in the room with us. After the process is complete, we can them burn the letter in a mindful and ritualistic manner. We can also do a similar thing without the letter, simply imagining the person there and giving amends to the person that way.

Another option I have done is doing amends in a state of deep, focused meditation, using visualization techniques. You visualize the scenario in which you are meeting with the person you need to make amends with, and you speak and most importantly FEEL the raw emotion and healing of the amends.

However you do it, the most important thing is that you FEEL it with the totality of your being- it needs to be as REAL and SINCERE as possible, otherwise your just writing and burning letters or talking to people that aren’t there. Likewise, you should only do this where amends TRULY aren’t possible or are really not a good idea. We shouldn’t hide behind burned letters or imaginary conversations if there’s an opportunity for a HEALTHY face-to-face conversation. Yes, that can be scary and it can leave us incredibly vulnerable, and it may not go in an ideal fashion. But if we are truly connected to our Source for guidance in our decisions and our communications with others, what needs to be said will be said, and what needs to happen will be what happens.

The amends process is not something that can be done in a few days or even weeks. It can take years, but if we want to heal and grow as human beings and become what we can be, we will do it. As the Blue Book states:

“If we are painstaking about this phase of our development, we will be amazed before we are half way through. We are going to know a new freedom and a new happiness. We will not regret the past nor wish to shut the door on it. We will comprehend the word serenity and we will know peace. No matter how far down the scale we have gone, we will see how our experience can benefit others. That feeling of uselessness and self-pity will disappear. We will lose interest in selfish things and gain interest in our fellows. Self-seeking will slip away. Our whole attitude and outlook on life will change. Fear of people and of economic insecurity will leave us. We will intuitively know how to handle situations which used to baffle us. We will suddenly realize that God is doing for us what we could not do for ourselves.

Are these extravagant promises? We think not. They are being fulfilled among us- sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly. They will always materialize if we work for them.”


Those who have ears to hear should hear. Namaste and God Bless.



The word Matter is derived from the Latin “mater”, meaning origin, source, or mother. According to archaic knowledge, Matter is similar to water or mist in its primal composition. Matter or “Mother” is the Divine Mother/Feminine is the wellspring of life and has long been associated with water. The depths of the feminine aspect of consciousness- the subconscious have a deep, watery nature. She began existence as a mist and became a body of water, akin to a great ocean. This is the Primordial sea that the ancient myths referred to. There are three primary forces that act upon Her to shape the waters of Matter/Mother, and thus shape life “this side of the Veil”.

The first force is that of the cold air of Saturn/Satan. When water is brought into contact with cold air, the molecules begin to slow down and if it is cold enough, will actually harden and freeze. The colder it is, the more solid and dense the frozen water becomes. The mores solid and dense, the less life can move and grow. This is the nature of unrestricted and unchecked Saturn- to act upon Matter/Mother in an external capacity (cold air is dense and travels downwards) until there is no capacity for life. It has been long known that the true nature of Satan or Ahriman (as he is known in Zoroastrianism and by the philosopher Rudolph Steiner) is one of a bone-chilling cold. The sphere of Satan in the great initiate-poet Dante’s “Inferno” is that of a frozen wasteland. He is god of death.

The second force is that which is known as “Lucifer”- the heat of extreme passions. The heat of Lucifer acts from beneath/within Matter, as opposed to above as Saturn/Ahriman does, as the nature of heat and hot air is to rise. Like a burner that heats water to a boil, the unchecked desire nature of Lucifer will do the same. When water is boiled, the molecules move faster, and faster until erupting into a boil. When Lucifer causes the waters of Matter to boil, it too kills all potential for growth and life, sterilizing it as simply the pure substance itself. However, if the water continues to boil unchecked, it is eventually evaporated.

Remember that both hot and cold have to do with the temperatures of air. Air is “mental” in nature, which means the effects of both the cold Saturn and the hot Lucifer can be made subject to the right form of Mind- the evolved Higher Mind. Both forces when left unchecked will cause a state of destructive imbalance in both the micro and the macro sense. It is the balance that the third force brings which creates harmony between Mother/Matter, Saturn and Lucifer.

The third principle is what Rudolph Steiner referred to as the “Christ Impulse”. This Christ Impulse is the Light of Divine Consciousness that is generated from the Source of Creation. It is the Christ Impulse that brings balance to the polarities of Lucifer and Saturn. We can think of Christ as the conscious mind that controls and monitors the temperatures on the stove that heats and the refrigerator that cools.

Understanding and working with the Christ Impulse will supercharge the mind, heart and will of man and transform him into the “Master Alchemist”. It is this Master Alchemist who has the knowledge and the power to cool down the passions of Lucifer and warm up the icy demeanor of Saturn, as it is the Light of Christ that provides us with the “Gnosis” or knowledge as to how to do these things. It is the Master Alchemist, through understanding and mastering these forces, is able to temper Matter itself to his or her Will as it is now synced with the Divine Will. The Master Alchemist understands that Matter, and all things that it produced, are in fact products of Mind- the One Mind that created everything.


“There is no place in modern Europe for ethnically pure states. That’s a 19th century idea and we are trying to transition into the 21st century, and we are going to do it with multi-ethnic states.”

Wesley Clark, U.S. general, ex-NATO Supreme Commander; talking about the NATO bombing of Serbia, 1999

Syrian refugees

I recently came across a posting in a Facebook group that I am a member of that caught my attention. The individual who posted called for all to pray for the safety of the refugees making the harrowing journey across the Mediterranean to Europe from war-torn Syria and other parts of the Middle East and North Africa. However, this person also requested that folks pray that the countries of Europe grant asylum to these thousands of refugees. This second part I found a bit unsettling and I’ll get to why in a bit, but first, for those not 100% familiar with the back-story of what is going on in Syria, let me give a brief summary:

In March of 2011, well-armed “rebels” who were trained, armed and funded out of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, etc. fomented a revolution in Syria to topple dictator Bashar Al Assad. The majority of these “rebels” were radicalized Wahhabi Muslims, who believed in the most extreme and literal interpretation of the Koran. These men saw Assad, who had a secular (not controlled or directed by religion) government and a nation with different sects of Christians and Muslims coexisting peacefully, as an “infidel” who needed to be disposed. The media in the west painted the picture of “peaceful protesters” taking to the street to protest an “oppressive regime” and being attacked unprovoked by the Assad government. This was a deliberate obfuscation of what was actually taking place.


These rebels had the support of the United States Government and NATO, who had long sought to take out Assad due to his unwillingness to cooperate with International Usury and Corporate Globalism, which sought to exploit Syrian people and resources. The Assad regime is also a key ally of Iran, who has long been at odds with the Zionist State of Israel and its protectors in NATO. Retired NATO General Wesley Clark stated in an interview that Iraq, Libya, Syria and Iran were regimes that elements within NATO et al had openly planned to take out long before there was any “crisis” situation presented that justified doing so. Lastly, there is the Russian connection, as geopolitical control of the region allows the Anglo-American Alliance to move in on the borders of its old nemesis, Russia, which mirrors the Great Game of the British and Russian Empires in the 19th century as well as the Cold War of the 20th century.

A Syrian expatriate who goes by the moniker “Syrian Girl”, listed eight reasons why the west is so eager to topple Assad and Syria:

1) Syria’s Central Bank is state-owned & controlled (the U.S. Federal Reserve is NOT- it is privately owned).
2) Syria has no IMF (International Monetary Fund) debt.
3) Syria has banned genetically modified (GMO) seeds.
4) Syria’s population is well informed about the global power elite’s influence in world affairs.
5) Syria has massive oil and gas reserves.
6) Syria clearly and unequivocally opposes Zionism and Israel.
7) Syria is one of the last secular Muslim states in the Middle East.
8) Syria proudly maintains and protects its political and cultural national identity.

There is no room for a truly sovereign or self-determined nation or people in a globalist system. Nationalism is diametrically opposed to Globalism.

ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY Syrian activists inspect the bodies of people they say were killed by nerve gas in the Ghouta region, in the Duma neighbourhood of Damascus August 21, 2013. Syrian activists said at least 213 people, including women and children, were killed on Wednesday in a nerve gas attack by President Bashar al-Assad's forces on rebel-held districts of the Ghouta region east of Damascus. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh (SYRIA - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) TEMPLATE OUT

People may remember the infamous Ghouta chemical attack back in August 2013, in which Syrian civilians were attacked with chemical weapons- a scenario that the Obama Administration had repeatedly warned for months prior would force “military action”. However, things would not go as planned, as a massive outcry from a war-weary American public as well as sane voices within the Pentagon prevented the intervention into Syria that the war-hawks and corporate cartels had wanted. It later came out primarily in the alternative media, that the it was not even the Assad government that perpetrated the attacks, causing the story to further unravel. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, came ISIS. Well, not really out of “nowhere”, per se.

On September 11th, 2012, the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, Libya; another formerly secular and sovereign nation that was toppled and destroyed for the same reasons the west is trying to topple Syria; was attacked by well-armed insurgents whose ultimate goal was to loot a weapons storehouse that was in the back of the Embassy. They accomplished this as they were almost completely unopposed save for a small group of Navy SEALS who defied a stand-down order that would have had to emanate from the White House. These insurgents made off with a payload of heavy artillery and it was later confirmed by people within U.S. Intelligence and the Military that these weapons indeed made their way to the “rebels” in Syria.


In April of 2013, the Al Qaeda (which was also trained and funded by the CIA and has had known CIA assets as leaders) affiliate known as ISIS or ISIL “officially” established itself in Syria, and then began raising hell in Iraq that fall, torching towns and stealing oil fields. It should be noted that the black Wahhabist flag- the flag of Al Qaeda, which became the flag of ISIS, had been flying high as a banner of the rebel insurgency since the beginning of the Syrian Civil War, so to say that this group appeared just recently is a bit misleading. It was the media hype and spin around the situation that swiftly changed from this group of ideologues being “freedom fighters” to “dangerous extremists”.


ISIS is very vocal about its desire to eliminate all “infidels”- including those in the west. Then there were the beheading videos- some real, some obviously fake. The ISIS narrative has become something of a mix between gruesome reality and fantastic propaganda suitable of an Orwell novel. The “leader” of ISIS, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, is another known Intelligence asset. However, this growing threat of ISIS seems to give the Obama Administration justification to intervene in Syria after all. Make no mistake, the Syrian “rebels” that D.C. is now openly giving aid and weapons to as long as they “promise not to become radicalized” (seriously), are hopping on the ISIS train if they weren’t on it in the first place. Interestingly, there have been opportunities for drone strikes, as ISIS openly paraded in celebratory marches on foot that stretched for miles from town to town in U.S.-occupied Iraq, but no such thing occurred.


So, long story short, Syria (as well as Iraq, Libya, etc.) is almost completely decimated and being taken over by this well-armed, well-trained, and well-funded force that is terrorizing everyone in their path and slaughtering those who do not subscribe to their view of Islam. It is also being touted that the Assad regime’s time is limited, as even their ally Russia is beginning to withdraw support (they too are fighting a U.S./NATO-manufactured war on their border). Meanwhile the people of Syria and other parts of the Middle East and North Africa are fleeing for their lives in the worst refugee crisis since World War II displaced continental Europe. These Refugees are starving and desperate, packed onto dangerously overcrowded lifeboats and headed toward continental Europe.


This brings us back to the prayer in question, asking folks to pray that the countries of Europe open their arms to these refugees. One problem here is the question of what happens when the population of a nation doubles almost overnight? It has been said that a nation is like a lifeboat- if you have too many people, the whole thing tips over. In the world of debt-based economies and physical space, resources are finite and limited. While our heart may go out to the plight of those displaced by the Syrian conflict, what of the nations and the people that make up those nations in which this flood of refugees is headed to? Europe really isn’t all that big.

11But nowadays, the culture of Europe has become so “politically correct” that to advocate for the interests of native Europeans in any capacity whatsoever is seen as “racist”. This institutionalized political correctness is far more entrenched there than it is here. Europeans are taught that it is a form of penance for colonialism, etc. (even though many European countries did not have colonies) to accommodate the wants and needs of non-Europeans to the point of extreme self-detriment. The political class of the E.U. fully promotes this sort of cultural martyrdom, as evidenced by Swedish Conservative MP Fredrik Schulte’s recent suggestion that “ordinary” Swedes should be encouraged to remodel their garage to house immigrants.

This idea of sacrifice has really begun to play out in Germany, were native-born Germans living in what was originally a housing development designed to help the homeless get back on their feet, are being forced by the government to vacate what has been their home for years with nowhere to go. This is being done in order to house the massive influx of refugees that are pouring in from the Middle East and North Africa. As Joschka Fischer, ex Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor of Germany stated, “Germany is to be contained from outside and heterogenized from the inside by influx, ‘diluted’ so to speak.”

640x392_56008_199158Since the end of World War II, the people in Europe have been increasingly indoctrinated with the idea that it is honorable to put the needs of another’s “family” superior to that of their own “family”, as a tribe, a folk and a race are essentially a genetic extended family. This isn’t “service to humanity”; this is turning your back on family. I’m pretty sure for what it’s worth Jesus wouldn’t have kicked his mother Mary on the street to house escaped Roman slaves from North Africa. This is why I feel a deep unsettling around these events, as should others reading who are of European descent for the reason that these people are our distant (and not-so-distant for some) relatives and that means something on more than a physical level. Blood transcends purely physical incarnation and has a spiritual element to it.

Of course, you have nations like Hungary that are putting their foot down with all of this and are demonized by the rest of Europe as being “intolerant” and “racist”. This is the moniker given to any group in Europe that seeks to maintain any form of sovereignty or “national identity”- “the great evil”, as it has been tied to National Socialism and Fascism. This is why groups such as the Golden Dawn in Greece are so demonized while thousands of migrants pour into a country that is collapsing.  One one Greek Island as many as 6,000 refugees poured in seeking aid in one day.  Small towns throughout Europe are doubling in size almost overnight, severely taxing already limited resources.


Make no mistake, Europe as a whole is collapsing economically and this massive wave of migration may just be what helps to push it over the edge.  At that point, the remaining property and resources of once-sovereign nations will be bought up for pennies on the dollar by financial oligarchs who promoted the “multiculturalism” that has the population in “survival mode” and too distracted to do anything about being robbed blind.

Elsewhere, truckers in the port of Calais in northern France as well as other parts of Europe are finding themselves being swarmed by desperate immigrants looking for a ride to asylum in the U.K., which at times causes violent conflict.   This isn’t hateful xenophobic propaganda; this is just what happens when people are desperate for survival.

PICTURE - MARK LARGE ... 29.06.15 Migrants try to get on board stationary lorries during the Ferry workers strike at the lorries queue up at the channel tunnel , Calais, France.

What is also not xenophobic propaganda is the fact that there is a difference between integrating individuals into a group as individuals and the (forced) integration of an entire group of people into another group. You are dealing with two very different modes of consciousness and behavior patterns- individual vs. collective. People will act different when they have the protection of their “tribe” then when they are trying to establish an individual relationship with members of another “tribe”. What I’m saying is that forced integration of groups that are very different on a large scale will inevitably cause conflict and alienation. This is what is happening in Europe now. This is the “Clash of Civilizations” between the east and west that many have written about.


The majority of the population who have been immigrating into Europe from the Middle East and North Africa, not just in the latest wave, but over the past couple decades, have no desire or incentive to assimilate or be “European” in any way, but are still encouraged to collect European government assistance. Many of the young men who make the initial trek to establish themselves before sending for their family are not necessarily fond of the European peoples and are culturally, VERY different. Many of these young Muslims have a deep resentment and hatred towards the west and many are joining the cause of ISIS in its recruitment of sleeper cells and fighters for “jihad” the world over. A lot of this can be seen as blowback for the interventionist actions of NATO, the U.S. and Israel that killed people’s families in the Middle East, but the fact is that most Europeans had nothing and wanted nothing to do with any of that.


Sadly, this has culture clash has caused a great degree of violence that is all too real. The “socialist paradise” of Sweden has become the rape capital of Europe and violent crimes against non-Muslims have become increasingly common throughout the E.U. A particularly sad case was that of the sex-trafficking ring in the U.K. that was known about, but allowed to go on for years due to the police being threatened with legal action for being “racist” if they investigated, as the perpetrators were Arabic Muslims. But according to political and media figures like Barbara Spectre, these problems are the fault of the “white majority” as “Europe has not yet learned how to be multicultural, and I think we’re going to be part of the throes of that transformation, which must take place… Europe is not going to be the monolithic societies that they once were in the last century… It’s a huge transformation for Europe to make. They are now going into a multicultural mode…”

multiculti-europe-350x216-customUnfortunately, many Europeans who are finding themselves strangers in the lands their family have lived for millennia do not share this enthusiastic sentiment, but they are too scared to say anything at all to protest for fear of being labelled “racist” or even “anti-Semitic” (Barbara Spectre happens to be Jewish in ethnicity) and facing potential legal action for “hate speech”. But they know what this means- this means that the “Old World” folk culture that so many tourists wish to experience when they visit Europe, will be no more. As E.U. Commissioner and head of the World Trade Organization, Peter Sutherland stated:

“We still nurse a sense of our homogeneity (unique racial and cultural identity) and difference from others, and that’s precisely what the European Union, in my view, should be doing its best to undermine.”

Politicians and media pundits in Europe and the western world look the other way when it comes to rape and violence as well as the displacement of European people and culture, and instead celebrate the ‘end of Europe as we know it’. This celebration is articulated wonderfully by Israeli writer, Yigal Ben-Nun, writing for “Haaretz”, where he made the following statement:

“Arab migration has been the best thing that’s happened to Europe in the past 50 years. Arabs in Europe are a fact of life. It’s time we started to accept that there’s no way to block the migration of Chinese, Pakistanis or Arabs to Europe. … It’s true, Europe won’t be what it once was, but that’s a good thing. … [The] more migrants from Africa and Asia who arrive, the better off Europe will be. Sooner or later, their children and grandchildren will marry into veteran European families and change the demographics of their countries. Europe will be different.”

Or to put it in the more blunt words of former President of France, Nicholas Sarkozy:

“The goal is to meet the challenge of racial interbreeding… Not to intermarry racially is bad for the survival of the country.”

belgium_immigrationI am not trying to pass judgment or demonize interracial romance and cross-pollination of cultures; people have the freedom to choose to love and associate with whom they want; but simple calculation shows that if this trend continues on its natural course completely unchecked on such a large scale, it is only a matter of time before France will no longer be French, Sweden will no longer be Swedish, Germany will no longer be German, Italy will no longer be Italian, and England will no longer be English- ethnically, racially or culturally.

article-2250673-169521E9000005DC-879_634x547Interracial coupling has been a reality to one degree or another for millennia, but never has it had the full power of corporate marketing and political propaganda pushing it as “trendy rebellion” and even “moral duty” as it does now. I’m not willing to label any of this is as “good” or “bad” (personally, I am attracted to women of all different races); I mean is a lion and a tiger mating and making a “liger” bad? I don’t think so, but I wouldn’t want there to be only ligers one day, either. What I am saying is that this is something we may want to step back and take a second look at before continuing full-steam ahead with. The individual races of humanity exist as individuations for a spiritual reason. They should be honored and understood; not just thrown into a blender while mindlessly repeating the mantra: “WE’RE ALL THE SAME”.

I suggest folks seriously take a look at whether our ideas and ideals around all of this are actually our own, or if someone somewhere just played into our emotions and planted a thought or belief system they desired us to have- planting a seed that germinated, while we believed it was our own.   Are we truly being motivated by higher principles or are we just politically correct parrots?

alon-ziv-Think about it- the elite classes of the world that are the prime shareholders and promoters of Globalism have always been strict about maintaining “purity” (sometimes to the point of inbreeding) amongst themselves, so is it not funny that homogenization is now being pushed on the rest of us- black, white, brown, yellow, etc. to such a degree in billboard ads, commercials, TV shows, movies, books, etc. (even more so in Europe)? Isn’t it funny that these politicians and academics and media pundits sit back in ivory towers telling people to do what they themselves do not?

Europeans make up only about 10% of the world population and have genetically recessive traits. It is also only in countries that have (or had) European majorities that this sort of replacement level migration and integration is promoted and encouraged. While there have been invasions of Europe by the Moors and other kingdoms and tribes in the past, nothing has ever approached this in sheer scale and magnitude and been met with so little resistance. The logical end result here is that Europeans, as we know them, good and bad, will be no more.


This is not love and compassion. This is exchanging one people’s suffering and struggle for existence for another’s. This is genocide according to the U.N.’s own definition decided upon in the U.N. General Assembly of 1948 which classified genocide as:

” …any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy in whole, or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such… Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group…”

This is a genocide on a slow and subtle level- on a level that begins in the mind through guilt-based indoctrination and a slow erosion and replacement of native folk culture and tradition (modern commercial pop-culture is NOT European folk culture). It is hard to see or even believe at first as we associate genocide with blatant mass-slaughter, but it is real and it is happening right in front of us. This is not to discount the reality of the hard genocides and depopulation tactics used against Palestinians, or sub-Saharan Africans or the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, or any of the “dark-skinned” impoverished populations of developing world or the developed world for that matter; it is just a different type of operation for a different type of people.


Multiculturalism goes hand-in-hand with Globalism. It creates an endless supply of cheap labor, using people who are already accustomed to living under despotism. It also creates a political army of dependents who are faithful and obedient to the State that “saved” them and sustains them. The goal is for them to overwhelm, absorb and replace those pesky Euro-types with their crazy ideas of individual “rights” and “freedoms” and “living standards”, who have outlived their usefulness. At that point, the new proletariat can be absorbed into the plastic “Monoculture” of pop-consumerism, fast food, pharmaceuticals, wage slavery and debt until they no longer serve a purpose and can be “disposed” of.


I am not going to get into any more  potential reasons and motivations as to WHY this replacement migration and “white genocide” (or any of the other genocides mentioned) may be being orchestrated, but it is indeed happening with the full blessings, sponsorship and encouragement of European and western leaders and institutions. Perhaps it is indeed a sort of “group karma”, as Rabbi Baruch Efrati alluded to when he stated:

“Jews should rejoice at the fact that Christian Europe is losing its identity as a punishment for what it did to us for the hundreds of years we were in exile there… And now, Europe is losing its identity in favor of another people and another religion, and there will be no remnants and survivors from the impurity of Christianity, which shed a lot of blood it won’t be able to atone for.”

20091004_islam_europe1Perhaps singer and songwriter Susan Sontag was right when she stated:

“Mozart, Pascal, Boolean algebra, Shakespeare, parliamentary government, baroque churches, Newton, the emancipation of women, Kant, Balanchine ballets, et al. don’t redeem what this particular civilization has wrought upon the world. The white race is the cancer of human history.”

“Judge not lest ye be judged.” It is no person’s place to judge and decide the karmic fate of another, regardless of whatever real, perceived or imagined “wrongs” they or their ancestors may have done. There are very few true “innocents” among any members of the tribes of humanity. Nearly all human beings have done “wrong” in the present and/or in past incarnations.

wpid-1436175665181Perhaps one could even argue that this is just part of the continued evolution of humanity as we move into the next Age. However, I have a hard time believing that the materialist political ideologies of Nikolaus Kalergi,  Franz Boas, and Cultural Marxism are going to guide anyone towards a point of spiritual ascension. And personally, and I know this is a “racist” thing to say, but I’m kinda fond of white people and I don’t really wanna see them (or any other peoples) become extinct, despite of any racial and/or cultural “character defects” they may or may not possess.

So pray for the safety of those people who have had their homes and lives destroyed by this senseless terror that has swept the Arab world. Pray that they and their families are kept safe and see them in their perfection as Light Beings. Pray that this is done with right action and that nobody is hurt. That’s enough. As Father Paul Blighton said in regards to this invocation of the Law of Manifestation; i.e. the Law of Prayer:

“(But) we don’t know all these facets (situations that involve others) off-hand, so we use this form (method of prayer) so that everybody is taken care of, there’s nobody hurt, there’s nobody infringed upon, and there’s no injustice to anyone.”

ZA'ATARI, JORDAN - FEBRUARY 01: Children pose for a picture as Syrian refugees go about their daily business in the Za'atari refugee camp on February 1, 2013 in Za'atari, Jordan. Record numbers of refugees are fleeing the violence and bombings in Syria to cross the borders to safety in northern Jordan and overwhelming the Za'atari camp. The Jordanian government are appealing for help with the influx of refugees as they struggle to cope with the sheer numbers arriving in the country. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) ORG XMIT: 160600686

We should be careful not to try and fill in the details as to how these refugees are protected or where they go or who should do what for them. Once we start monkeying around with the wires here, things tend to get messy. This is not to say that using the Law of Prayer in a more micromanaging way won’t be effective for specifically helping those in our immediate prayers in an immediate sense, but we would do well to remember that the road to hell is paved with good intentions.

Those who have ears to hear should hear. Namaste and God Bless.