“And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away;”

  • The Book of Revelation 21:1


The idea of a future utopian or “Golden Age” is not a new one.  It has been around for pretty much all of recorded history and in one way or another informs the doctrine of pretty much every religion.  Even in the West during this secular age of humanist materialism, this archetype is very much alive and well in the dreams of those who wish to see all races, colors, and creeds unite in a borderless world without conflict, shouting from the mountaintops the credo: “We are one”.

And, to risk the potential ire of many of my readers, I have to confess that I am not opposed to that.  I am not inherently opposed to the idea of a sort of unified super-humanity, where the various races and tribes in their most spiritually evolved state contribute their various gifts, and in essence merge to create one collective being, essentially becoming “one”; even if that means evolving into one homogenous race. 

Of course, I should add that I am referring to this happening in a way that is congruent with the Laws of Nature and for the spiritual evolution of mankind.  In fact, I personally believe that this is inevitable, as all things return to their root essence eventually.

Most esoteric philosophy understands humanity to have come from a sort of root archetypal “one-ness”, known in Qabbalism as “Adam Kadmon”- the human prototype.  Then, according to Theososphy, (which itself draws from much older esoteric traditions), this archetypal humanity divided and evolved into the myriad of sub-races and ethnicities that we know today, as well as many we do not.  It was also understood by these esoteric scholars, mystics and clairvoyants that at some point in the distant future, these separated branches of humanity will once again merge into a state of one-ness after its evolution on the plane of Earth is complete.

But this time isn’t now or any time remotely close to it.

Those pushing for mass migration, diversity, multiculturalism, and miscegenation through media, politics, academia and religion are undoubtedly calling upon this incredibly powerful archetype of the future Golden Age of racial unity.  However, at this current stage of humanity’s development this is only sowing seeds for great future conflicts- a “Clash of Civilizations”.

With the notable exception of the mainstream cosmopolitan culture that has been ingrained into the societies of Western Europe and the Occident (U.S., Canada, New Zealand, Australia) by its liberal urbanite ruling class; the vast majority of the peoples of the world are still EXTREMELY tribal.  Africa still has enormous issues attempting to deal with this fact since they “united” as western-style nation-states and imposed western-style parliamentary governments after World War II.  The Middle East is notorious for its tribal wars, particularly among the Sunni and Shi’a branches of Islam.  In Latin America we find countless examples of brutal tribal conflicts among the various narco-terrorist organizations that essentially control much of the region.

And while individuals of different races and ethnicities are very much capable of cooperation and harmonious living, it is a basic observable sociological fact that this dynamic changes with the importation of cultural groups en masse.  Large groups of culturally alike people will inevitably seek to shape their environment to fit their specific culture.  And most cultures are not as egalitarian or eager to accommodate and please “the other” as the liberal White West.

You can have one lion and one lamb lay down peacefully with one another like in an episode of “Unlikely Animal Friends” (one of my favorite TV shows).  But if you move a pride of lions in amongst a flock of sheep, the sheep WILL get eaten every time– especially ones that are weak and sickly as is the case with modern Western society.

Of course, not all White Westerners are on board with all this, as evidenced by the backlash coming out of the rural and working-class communities in the last presidential election as well as the surge in ethnically-conscious Identitarianism in Europe.  These movements are not head-scratching anomalies as media pundits and “experts” seem to think.  Nor is it a “step backward” as so many Baby Boomers and establishment-types are lamenting as their legacy appears to crumble before their very eyes.

No.  It is none of that.

What the resurgence of the “tribal” mindset among White Westerners signifies is that the “progress” of the myriad of attempts to impose morality through legislation and indoctrinate the West through operant conditioning via the various media, educational and religious was by and large a castle made of sand.  The unified, kum-ba-ya vision of multiculturalism shared by well-meaning liberals and profit-seeking global corporations was an idyllic fantasy that was not grounded in the reality of the world as it is- the reality of the present state of human consciousness.

I think Manly P. Hall put it best when he stated the following in a lecture on the future of humanity:

In our way of thinking, we are trying to push a way of life that is not mature into tomorrow, so as to make tomorrow the fulfillment of the unfinished experiments of today.”

Perhaps one of greatest errors in all this lies in the fact that the attempt to change the world from as it is, was done almost completely through psychological conditioning and indoctrination.  This conditioning was/is imposed by external pressures and for many, the internal voice of neurotic guilt that is often the effect of such conditioning.  And even as successful as this technique has been in much of the West, it is not sustainable and as stated earlier, the rest of the world has not gotten on board with this program.

You cannot lift something up to a higher level if you are operating from a lower one.

Even commercial globalization, with its importation and marketing of the superficial monoculture of  Hollywood and Madison Avenue have still not managed to get the citizens of the world to drop their more organic cultures altogether and unite over their love of I-phones, fast food, television shows and the global economic system.

In fact, if you listen to talks given on diversity, inclusion and globalization, once you get through the emotion-based marketing pitch, the real bottom line becomes quite obvious.  Entrepreneur, TV host and public speaker James Sun put it best in his TED Talk promoting diversity and globalization.

Marketers want us to be one big group- because it’s cheap.

Here we find a driver for diversity based in ever-expanding and competing and globalized consumerism- all base level, materialistically-minded incentives.  But any honest look at the recklessly-expanding monopolies of globalization shows that it is ultimately an unsustainable system that is equivalent to the snake that devours itself.  And while business itself is not inherently bad, when we have come to value material wealth and commerce to such a degree that it becomes the very foundation of our laws and ethics as has happened, we have most certainly strayed long off the path.

The world this is creating is not the “multicultural utopia” of Coke and Nike commercials, but rather a weaponized, Technocratic police state that seeks to “keep the peace” with an iron fist among the various culturally incompatible sects of the population, while the world descends into environmental decay and neo-feudalistic serfdom.

But perhaps this is what we need to wake up.

However, if we choose to see this as a future we’d rather not have for ourselves or our descendants, then perhaps we should consider putting the brakes on all of this and direct our focus on the only thing that really matters- spiritual growth and development, which starts at home.

You cannot genuinely love and accept the other until you genuinely love and accept yourself- ALL OF YOU.  What I’m talking about is internal spiritual alignment and syncing with and understanding the Laws of Nature and Creation.  This needs to be done individually and culturally.

As I stated earlier, the West and America in particular is culturally sick, and has been for a long time.  And to make matters worse, we are inviting incredibly tribal people who are fleeing hardship of one form or another into an increasingly divided house of deracinated lepers.  This will do nothing but relieve temporal suffering in exchange for greater suffering in the long term.

We need to heal our culture through creating institutions based in true spiritual development, including the re-institution of psycho-spiritual initiations, REAL education (not schooling), and institutions and economies that work with the Laws of Nature, rather than against them.  When this is achieved, then we can discuss “merging” with other cultures if we so choose.  But we MUST get our own house in order first.

I believe it will only be when the individual tribes, cultures and races of men are in spiritual alignment with themselves, that any sort of “One World, One Humanity” will be possible without violence and coercion.  Or if we have to fight some sort of aliens or something…

Unfortunately, the only way I can see the sort of radical shift in our culture necessary for all this taking place (again, barring invading extraterrestrials) is if we withdraw from the globalized system of usury and mercantilism that underlies every aspect of our lives and dictates the bottom line of nearly every institution in the modern world, rooting out like a cancer- or have it collapse from under us.  Either way, this would inevitably create much suffering, but I believe we must think long term here.

The culture of instant gratification has created a desire to be rid of anything that causes us discomfort and pain, be it from our own perceived suffering or someone else’s.  But if we truly want to heal the world and bring humanity into a spiritually elevated state, we must bite the bullet and let the discomfort and suffering occur- even if it means people will die.  We can’t give what we don’t have, no matter how much we want to.

Evolution is a slow process, but a necessary one.  So in closing, I’ll quote Master Po from the old TV show “Kung Fu“:

Patience grasshopper, patience.

Namaste and God Bless.






“I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we only will tune in.”

  • George Washington Carver
I am an animal lover.  Ever since I was a little boy I have always had a deep affinity for animals. Like most children, I loved going to farms, zoos and circuses- pretty much anywhere animals would be present (although I no longer support circuses and I find most zoos pretty depressing).  But more than that, I was a straight-up animal geek.

I loved watching nature shows and had a library of illustrated scientific animal books.  I even illustrated a book about animals that I presented to my second-grade class (although it was essentially just pictures and their names).

This affinity also caused me to feel a very deep sense of protectiveness towards animals.  And although this sense temporarily dulled through my involvement with the “Beavis and Butt-Head” generation during adolescence, my initiations into Shamanism and nature-based spirituality rekindled this sensitivity.

There is a purity in animals that is not in (most) humans, as animals are incapable of breaking Natural Laws the way man can.  They are perfect in their functioning and in their harmony with the world around them.  It is only when domesticated; when taken from the natural world into the unnatural world of men, that any disharmony or neurosis can occur.  And animals can’t lie or pretend to be something they’re not; they are living in their truth at ALL times.  Man could learn much from this sort of honesty.

I suppose you could say I am secretly envious of the pure, simple consciousness of the animal.  The contentment of being completely at home in the real world- the Natural World.  Not always happy and peaceful- but real and genuine- not plastic and disingenuous.  I long for that realness.  I long for the truth and simplicity of the Natural World and I pray for the day when human beings will once again find a way to live in harmony with it.  I think we’ll all be happier then.

Namaste and God Bless.




“Christ led me to Marx”

  • Fr. Ernesto Cardenal


I have spent a great deal of time attempting to explain how the Neo-Marxist ideology supported by members of the modern New Age movement, is antithetical to the spiritual growth and development of the individual and humanity as a whole.  But while I am a priest ordained under what is essentially a “Christian” order (albeit an esoteric one), I must ultimately concede that much of this problem of Marxist ideology infecting the New Age community in fact stems from Christianity itself.

When Christianity (or rather a “sanitized” version of it) was adopted by Constantine as the official religion of the decaying Roman Empire, it was very much done as a way to placate and control the vast Roman slave population.  The virtues espoused by Christianity (specifically its exoteric form) appealed to the downtrodden masses and gave hope of “salvation”.  However, while the Christian virtues of compassion and charity appeal to the highest elements of human nature, they also unfortunately appeal to the lowest as well- and in here lies the problem.

From its institution as the Roman state religion, Christianity could very much be described as a “slave religion”, not just in terms of being a religion for the slaves, but also in terms of much of the cultural mindset that has been derived from it in one form or another.  One man who was very vocal on making this point was German philosopher,  Friedrich Nietzsche.

In the philosophy outlined by Nietzsche, we come across the term “slave morality”.  A “slave” in Nietzsche’s terms, is one whose morality and very identity exists in the context of, and in comparison to, another stronger, more dominant individual or group-  the “master”.  The slave, forever the victim, envies the master and views the master’s successes as “oppressive”.  Thus the slave inevitably develops a resentment towards the master, whom he watches with envy craft and shape his own path in comparison to no one but himself.

An example of this mindset could be seen in the Church’s demonization of wealth (at least for the common folk) and the vaulting of poverty as a virtue- which was undeniably done for reasons of socio-political control.  However, even as Christianity’s influence waned (at least in Europe), this cultural consciousness still remained, and was taken advantage of by Marxists in the 19th and 20th centuries, who offered a sort of “salvation” for the proletariat and the “oppressed” peoples of the world.

One of the best examples of the unity between Christianity and Marxism can be seen in the Latin American Liberation Theology movement of the 1950s and 1960s, which was promoted by the Vatican in tandem with the Communist uprisings in that area, the fruits of which can be seen in modern-day Venezuela and elsewhere.  It is worth noting that the current Pope Francis is an adherent of this sect of Catholic philosophy.

With a body count of in the 20th century nearing 100 million people, Communism has  has caused more death and suffering in a shorter period of time than any other ideology in history, and by any measure was an abject failure.  But despite the failure of economic Marxism, Neo-Marxism or what is commonly dubbed “Cultural Marxism” has managed become the prevailing ideology throughout pretty much every Western institution- including the religious ones.

But what does all this have to do with the Christ; the Solar Impulse; the Light that is within us and surrounds us?  As alluded to earlier, Christianity, like most religions has two sets of teachings.  First, there are the exoteric or “outer” teachings, which could be understood as the teachings and doctrines meant to be consumed by the masses.  This is the Christianity that most people are familiar with, and the one that takes up the majority of what comprises the New Testament.  And while the exoteric teachings are traditionally meant to set the moral compass of the individual before entering the esoteric, much of the Bible is of such politicized origin that even these are at times questionable.

Unfortunately, when religion is based exclusively on exoteric understanding of its teaching, fundamentalism tends to occur.  Now, when most people think of Christian fundamentalism, they think of this sort of “Right-Wing” Christianity that relies heavily on the Old Testament to help shape its moral doctrine.  However, what most people don’t realize is that the more “Liberal” doctrines of Liberation Theology and the other more Left-leaning forms of Christian thought that use Christianity to promote socialism, mass migration, etc. are also exoteric, as they are using their interpretation of words and teachings to apply to the outside world (or at least their perception of it).

In contrast, we have the esoteric or “inner” forms of Christianity.  Although there was the discovery of the Nag Hammadi texts in the late 1940s, much of this teaching has been either lost or intentionally destroyed.  Fragments of this exist scattered throughout the New Testament, particularly in the Gospel of John, but the real essence of esoteric Christianity is beyond scripture, and by and large renders it obsolete- which is perhaps just as well.

The story is that Jesus had a certain set of teachings that were reserved only for his disciples- those who he deemed as ready to receive the gnosis, which literally means “knowledge”.  This knowledge is essentially that of the internal God-Self and the ability to perform the internal alchemy, merging the various disparate parts of our being and ascending our consciousness to a vibrational level far above that of the day-to-day world.

The core essence of this has to do with the internal world of the spirit that came about due to man’s body becoming fully engrossed in dense physical matter.  The old rules of outward spiritual perception didn’t apply anymore (except for a select few) and the concentrated incarnation of the Solar Christ Impulse during the Kali Yuga was to secure the ability of man to begin his upward ascension through the “Kingdom of Heaven Within“.

This has nothing to do with the elimination of temporal suffering- that is just another exoteric interpretation.  Rather it is an embrace of the suffering and “death” required to reach attainment.  It is about a full integration and alignment of our internal being with that of the Solar Light and the Light Beyond.  This takes someone who has a mindset of mastery, not the mindset of a slave.

Do we follow the hordes or do we rise above it all?

Jesus raised “the dead” (a term for one who was uninitiated into the Mysteries); he did not seek to become one of them.

Namaste and God Bless.

Suggested Listening:

The Hermetic Hour: How the Atheists Hi-Jacked Christianity

The Pressure Project: Masters and Slaves




“At that time if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Christ!’ or ‘There He is’, do not believe it.  For false Christs and false prophets will appear and perform great signs and wonders that would deceive even the elect, if that were possible.”

  • Mark 24:23-24

Women's Strike For Peace-And Equality

There is a somewhat formulaic method for seeing the Christ Light that dwells within us- our internal Sun.  It is a practice that can be perfected over time, to a point where we can see and more importantly, feel this Living Light and Presence in the physical location of our Solar Plexus (referred to as such for that reason).  However, when it comes to seeing how that Light positively manifests itself in the world here at the crux of the New Age, things often tend to get a little sloppy- particularly when we are talking in terms of the socio-political.

So many among the various sectors of the “New Age” community have latched onto Neo-Marxist theories and movements such as Critical Race Theory and Third Wave Feminism, proclaiming these ideologies and their spokespersons to be all but the embodiment of the will of Christ here on Earth.  This very much could be seen to stem from the Baby-Boomer generation infusing of their socio-political belief systems in with their “New Age” spirituality.  In and of itself, this is a somewhat natural and recurring issue when religions come about, as religion tends to be a mirror of the people that produced it, but it needs to be recognized for what it is.

Unfortunately, there often tends to be somewhat of a haughtiness among many of these folks when declaring their ideology and belief systems to be akin to spiritual veritas.  And like the religious dogmas of old, these too were created by various entities for purposes of socio-political control and power.  However most within the movement would heavily deny this, proclaiming themselves as the vanguard of “Higher Consciousness” that is showing in all those who petition the government for unrestricted mass immigration (regardless of how incompatible the cultures), more equal than equal rights for women, and to give Black Lives Matter the reparations money they want.

Social media has seemed to only exacerbate this problem.  I see many well-meaning folks who post and re-post isolated quotes and memes (which tend to have no context) from various representatives of Neo-Marxist  socio-political philosophy, quite often with little real knowledge or understanding of the history and philosophies that these quite-often secular atheistic ‘humanists’ represent.  These well-meaning individuals instead take these quotes to mean what they want them to, rather than what they actually do according to the actual philosophical ideologies they stem from.

Unfortunately many of these well-meaning Baby-Boomer folks (sorry, but I gotta pick on the Boomers for this one) seem to be using a playbook from 1970.  Many of these Boomers (particularly that California-esque stock) don’t seem to realize that the movements they supported back then (some of which arguably had some real legitimacy) have LONG since swung out of balance, creating mutated degenerate ideological offspring that are almost unrecognizable from what Baby Boomers marched for and affirmed as virtuous nearly half a century ago.

Marxism is only designed to destroy, not build.  The desire of the Baby Boomer “radicals” seems to have been to dismantle what they saw as an “unjust society”.  Whatever merits that sentiment may or may not have doesn’t even matter, as it is ultimately not the destruction of the modern West I am all that concerned with.  The problem here is that the degenerate philosophies of Neo-Marxism are not just socially corrosive, but are ultimately corrosive and toxic for the spiritual growth and empowerment of the individual as well as the collective.  No one ever reached enlightenment by bitching about how oppressed they were.  And no one ever helped anyone reach enlightenment by telling them they were a helpless, faultless victim.

It’s time to separate the wheat from the chaff.

Namaste and God Bless.





“Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation, and every city or house divided against itself will not stand.

  • Matthew 12:25

It’s almost impossible to walk through any inner-Portland neighborhood and not see at least one of the above-pictured signs adorning someone’s lawn.  The signs themselves are the product of a group called “Nasty Women Get Shit Done PDX” (PDX being the airport abbreviation for Portland) and came about as a reaction to the election of Donald Trump to the presidency.  The group itself was formed to “actively resist the xenophobia, racism, misogyny, ableism, anti-LGBTQ, anti-Muslim, anti-Semitic, anti-Earth platform and policies of the new administration.”

The Nasty Women and their supporters view these various “anti-isms” as the antithesis of what they see as “their America”, and warranted or not, President Trump became the symbol of these things.  But the real problem with all of this “Our America” business lies in that the America that exists (or is desired to exist) for those that sport this sign does not represent the America and the American ideals of many, many of their fellow Americans.

America has become a nation so diverse in values and ideologies that it no longer really has any.  There is no longer any sort of real unifying common overarching mythos or set of ideals to unite the American people.  Meanwhile the old unifying values of freedom, liberty and self-reliance, along with the mythos of the Founding Fathers are quite-often scoffed at by those who see the aforementioned things as relics of a “white supremacist capitalist patriarchy“.  The leaders from this school of thought have long-sought to replace the old American mythos with one that is a complete inversion of the original.

Although the new American mythos has its origins with the Neo-Marxist cultural revolution of the 1960s, the roots of the rift in ideology goes back to before the American Civil War and stems from the differences between urban industrial society and rural agricultural society.  The modern left-leaning “liberal” ideology comes forth from the cosmopolitanism of urban society and reflects the needs, desires and values of such a society.  Meanwhile, the modern right-leaning “conservative” ideology derives from the homogeneity of rural society and reflects the needs, desires and values the people within it.

However, when the needs and values of one group clash with another, conflict arises, and with conflict there is the inevitable creation of the “enemy”.  This is what happened with the Civil War and only continued through the 20th century and the rise of Hollywood and the saturation of Neo-Marxism throughout academia and the media.  The white rural “redneck” is consistently portrayed as being the lowest form of humanity, possessing the both most ridiculous and vile character traits by Hollywood and pop-culture, as well as the “news” media.

This cultural rift is what led to the so-called “whitelash” that caused so many urban and urban-minded Americans to experience a severe and traumatic cognitive dissonance, as they were faced with the shock that the America and the “American values” they believed in (the ones that are portrayed as near-monolithic by the media and academia) is NOT the America that a large section of fellow Americans want or believe in.  This in turn led to said section of Americans being labelled as “wrong” in their morality by a less-than-humble establishment media and their parrots in social media.

However, I would argue that this ultimately isn’t a matter of anyone being ignorant, immoral or “evil”, but rather yet another affirmation that the virtues and ideals of urban cosmopolitan society are NOT universal and do not work for those who live in rural America (despite the haughty ivory tower pundits who insist they do).

When the virtues and ideals of one party don’t align with the other, that means the relationship isn’t working.  So how long do you stay in a relationship with someone whose values are the polar opposite of yours?  How long do you stay in a relationship that is filled with resentment?

How long can America maintain this relationship that isn’t working?  And how long should it?

Namaste and God Bless.




“Sometimes people don’t want to hear the truth because they don’t want their illusions destroyed.”

  • Friedrich Nietzsche

Most people don’t care about facts.  Most people don’t care about evidence.  Most people don’t care about logic or reason.  And most people certainly don’t want anything to do with truth. What most people care about is whatever they can latch onto that affirms what is typically an emotionally-charged worldview.  They want to affirm the belief systems that are supported by the leaders of their “gang”- regardless of how contradictory many of these beliefs are. As a result people are often times hostile and completely intolerant of anything counter to all that worldview.

Modern society is ruled by identity cults, herd mentality and a sycophantic worship of authority figures, celebrity “idols”, and the so-called expert class. And all of this is because we never really grew up. The old trials and initiations that transformed children into adults are gone, and in their place was GIVEN TO US a culture ruled by dogmatism, playground mentality, and of course, fear. Emotional reasoning, need for instant gratification, this incessant desire to be coddled, and a complete lack of any real self-sufficiency have become the virtues of the modern western mind.

Seek Strength.  Seek Virtue.  Seek Truth.  Seek the Light.


Namaste and God Bless.




“Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.”

– Luke 22:36

When the argument for guns is centered on pleasure, leisure, or even rights/entitlements, we are missing the mark (pun intended) and once again demonstrating how far removed from Nature we are and how deep into our own collective Artifice (i.e. Mass Mind) we have become.  There are no “rights” when it comes to owning a weapon in any real or absolute sense outside of man’s law.  However, there is a RESPONSIBILITY that every organism on this planet has to be capable of defending themselves and their progeny (except the ones that try to eat the babies…).  And for humans, I would extend that responsibility outwards to those whom we have pledged some sort of bond of allegiance or service to through exercising virtues like Honor and Courage, and the underlying Love and Compassion.

In the world of men, weapons or “force multipliers” have been part of that equation since for at least as long as man has had a physical body, if not longer.  It’s the tool as weapon, which has allowed man to survive our descent through the densest of physical form and existence.  In other words, until all the guns in the world disappear or are rendered obsolete (and they aren’t, or else the government wouldn’t use them), owning one and knowing how to use it safely and effectively isn’t living in fear, it’s practicing common sense and taking ownership of the defense of you and your loved ones.  The real fear is among those who argue against all of this; the fear of the spectacularly (although statistically unlikely) violent death and the weapons that cause them.

Namaste and God Bless.