The Battle for Earth (Outline): The Good-Evil Index; The Amazing Feature of the Good-Evil Index; The Many Concurrent Battles to Take Over Earth; Alien Invasion; Global Industrialization; Christianity and Islam; Judaism; The Illuminati; The Great White Brotherhood / Universal Brotherhood; Foundation

 

© 2005 Joseph George Caldwell.  All rights reserved.  Posted at Internet web sites http://www.foundation.bw and http://www.foundationwebsite.org .  May be copied or reposted for non-commercial use, with attribution.  (13 January 2005)

 

 

Contents

 

The Good-Evil Index. 1

The Amazing Feature of the Good-Evil Index. 6

The Many Concurrent Battles to Take Over Earth. 8

Alien Invasion. 11

Global Industrialization. 16

Christianity and Islam.. 16

Judaism.. 16

The Illuminati 16

The Great White Brotherhood / Universal Brotherhood. 16

Foundation. 17

 

 

The Good-Evil Index

 

A couple of months ago, Transparency International (TI) released the 2004 version of its Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI).  You can view a copy of this at the Internet website http://www.transparency.org/pressreleases_archive/2004/2004.10.20.cpi.en.html .  The CPI provides a measure of the perceived level of corruption in each of 146 countries of the world.  The best is Finland, and the worst are Bangladesh and Haiti.

 

Many people are aware of the TI CPI since, each year, many news services report on it, identifying some of the best and worst countries in the world.  This year, the Index caught my eye twice – first in the general new release, but second, in an article written in a local paper by editorialist Roy Clarke.  Zambia, where I currently live, was rated in the 11-th worst category, and Clarke wrote a very funny satire on this fact.  I reported on this in my article, “Roy Clarke on Corruption” in Miscellany8.

 

As you know, I am very concerned with the state of the planet, and would like to see a rational planetary management system established, before the mass species extinction currently underway goes to full term and the biosphere is totally destroyed.  After seeing the reports on the CPI, the issue of corruption of the world’s countries – the political leaders and the leaders of business and industry – ruminated in my mind for some time.  It is very clear that most of the leaders in today’s world are corrupt.  They are genuinely evil people who are quite willing to sacrifice the biosphere and the quality of living for mankind for all time, simply to generate wealth and power for themselves or their particular groups (family, tribe, nation, race, species) in their brief lifetimes.

 

On some reflection, it occurred to me that it would be useful to construct a more general index of behavior, that reflected not just behavior of countries relative to economic corruption, but also the behavior relative to destruction of the planet’s biosphere.  I would call this index the “Good-Evil Index,” or GEI.  The issue that then arose was what components should be reflected in this index.  On further reflection, it appeared to me that (as observed by Forrest Gump) “evil is as evil does,” and that I should try to capture an indicator (or indicators) that reflect various countries’ actions relative to destroying the biosphere.  There are so many areas in which mankind is ravaging the environment, however, that this did not appear to be a very practical approach.  Man is polluting the atmosphere, the oceans, the land, the rivers, the lakes.  He is destroying all old-growth forests.  He is destroying habitat of wild species at a horrific rate.  He is causing global warming.  He is causing the sixth mass species extinction, with the loss of an estimated 30,000 species per year.  Through the development of civilization, he is causing untold misery to his own species, via overcrowding, poverty, disease, slavery, war, and a destroyed environment.  There is simply too much to look at, if you try to measure the extent of mankind’s destruction of the planet.

 

So, what I needed was one or more indicators that reflect the problem, not its multifarious effects.  At that point, it occurred to me, as I have observed many times, that, in the final analysis, it is mankind’s massive numbers that is destroying the planet.  From this point of view, the countries that are doing the most damage are those that have the greatest population density relative to “productive” land, and those that have the greatest growth rates.  (I decided that there was little point to including energy-related indicators, such as energy consumption per capita or per-capita income or the World Bank Human Development Index, since it appears that all countries strive to use as much energy as they can.  Some, however, make much better (i.e., responsible, from a planetary management viewpoint) use of the energy than others.)

 

While writing Can America Survive? I assembled many of these kinds of statistics.  In particular, I had figures for 229 countries, on population, population growth rate, arable land, permanent cropland, cropland (= arable land + permanent cropland), permanent pasture, agricultural land (= cropland + permanent pasture), forest and woodland, and productive land (=agricultural land + forest and woodland).  The data were mainly from World Bank publications.  The population figures were for 1996, and the population growth rate was for the period 1990-95.  (Later figures are available, but I have not been engaged in working with data for some time, and these are the latest that I have right now on my computer.)  The land-use figures were for 1993.  I calculated the population density (the ratio of population to productive land) using the 1996 population divided by the 1993 “productive land” value.

 

These figures are shown in the table below.  The table includes the Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index (TICPI04), the population growth rate (AGR9095WB), and the population density relative to productive land (DensProd96).  To form a simple index of good-evil, I simply ranked each country relative to each of these three indicators (the ranks have suffix “I” attached, summed the ranks, and ranked the summed ranks.  This final value is the Good-Evil Index (GoodEvilIndex).

 

Country

TICPI04

TICPI04I

DensProd96

DensProd96I

AGR9095WB

AGR9095WBI

SumOfRanks

GoodEvilIndex

Finland

9.7

146

0.1981

123

0.47

118

387

1

Sweden

9.2

141

0.282

116

0.52

116

373

2

New Zealand

9.6

145

0.1473

128

0.98

99

372

3

Iceland

9.5

143

0.1125

133

1.15

91

367

4

Suriname

4.3

97

0.0286

143

0.24

125

365

5

Estonia

6

115

0.4215

108

-0.39

142

365

6

Australia

8.8

138

0.0303

142

1.33

85

365

7

Canada

8.5

135

0.0528

140

1.18

89

364

8

Uruguay

6.2

119

0.2033

122

0.54

113

354

9

Norway

8.9

139

0.4689

101

0.52

114

354

10

Ireland

7.5

129

0.6112

96

0.52

115

340

11

United States

7.5

130

0.372

111

0.99

98

339

12

Spain

7.1

124

0.8518

80

0.09

131

335

13

Latvia

4

89

0.4652

102

-0.53

143

334

14

Lithuania

4.6

101

0.6783

89

0.03

135

325

15

Bulgaria

4.1

93

0.8358

82

-0.53

144

319

16

Chile

7.4

127

0.4197

109

1.56

81

317

17

Slovenia

6

116

1.0596

66

0.07

132

314

18

Portugal

6.3

120

1.3603

54

-0.09

139

313

19

Denmark

9.5

144

1.6526

45

0.28

123

312

20

Russian Federation

2.8

51

0.1494

127

0.09

130

308

21

Hungary

4.8

105

1.2912

56

-0.66

145

306

22

Austria

8.4

133

1.2043

60

0.69

110

303

23

France

7.1

125

1.2934

55

0.48

117

297

24

Belarus

3.3

71

0.6297

94

0.22

126

291

25

United Kingdom

8.6

136

2.9971

30

0.3

122

288

26

Brazil

3.9

88

0.2235

120

1.59

80

288

27

Germany

8.2

132

2.9184

32

0.41

120

284

28

Greece

4.3

98

0.9218

77

0.71

108

283

29

Croatia

3.5

77

1.0588

67

0.06

134

278

30

Botswana

6

114

0.0282

144

2.99

20

278

31

Colombia

3.8

86

0.3899

110

1.67

79

275

32

Belgium

7.5

128

4.9946

19

0.21

127

274

33

Namibia

4.1

92

0.028

145

2.7

36

273

34

Switzerland

9.1

140

2.497

36

1.05

96

272

35

Italy

4.8

104

2.5024

35

0.07

133

272

36

South Africa

4.6

102

0.3663

112

2.26

58

272

37

Czech Republic

4.2

96

1.518

46

0.15

129

271

38

Japan

6.9

123

4.161

23

0.27

124

270

39

Slovak Republic

4

90

1.2037

61

0.43

119

270

40

Peru

3.5

78

0.2106

121

1.92

70

269

41

Kazakhstan

2.2

21

0.0713

139

0.7

109

269

42

Romania

2.9

59

1.0528

68

-0.35

141

268

43

Belize

3.8

87

0.1009

135

2.55

44

266

44

Bosnia and Herzegovina

3.1

63

1.1448

63

-0.3

140

266

45

Netherlands

8.7

137

6.6454

16

0.65

112

265

46

Poland

3.5

80

1.4043

50

0.2

128

258

47

Kuwait

4.6

103

11.0381

9

-6.05

146

258

48

Panama

3.7

84

0.4943

100

1.91

71

255

49

Cuba

3.7

85

1.2356

58

0.68

111

254

50

Luxembourg

8.4

134

2.8078

33

1.24

87

254

51

Barbados

7.3

126

11.4914

7

0.3

121

254

52

Argentina

2.5

38

0.16

125

1.16

90

253

53

Malaysia

5

108

0.7558

85

2.25

59

252

54

Mongolia

3

62

0.018

146

2.62

39

247

55

Costa Rica

4.9

106

0.7752

84

2.3

56

246

56

Gabon

3.3

72

0.0449

141

2.79

32

245

57

Mexico

3.6

83

0.6299

93

2.04

65

241

58

Cyprus

5.4

111

2.5965

34

1.09

94

239

59

Tunisia

5

107

1.0459

69

2.24

62

238

60

Hong Kong, China

8

131

210.3669

2

0.89

100

233

61

Ukraine

2.2

23

0.9712

74

0.03

136

233

62

Papua New Guinea

2.6

41

0.1036

134

2.29

57

232

63

Malta

6.8

122

28.6923

4

0.75

106

232

64

Taiwan

5.6

112

7.9048

14

0.86

103

229

65

Macedonia, FYR

2.7

47

0.862

79

0.88

102

228

66

Morocco

3.2

70

0.6791

88

2

66

224

67

Kyrgyz Republic

2.2

22

0.4229

107

1.07

95

224

68

Georgia

2

8

0.9493

76

-0.08

138

222

69

Singapore

9.3

142

761.0438

1

1.69

77

220

70

Seychelles

4.4

99

6.3891

17

0.82

104

220

71

Korea, Rep.

4.5

100

5.2928

18

0.89

101

219

72

Mozambique

2.8

53

0.2947

115

2.42

49

217

73

Moldova

2.3

30

1.4257

49

-0.05

137

216

74

Yugoslavia, FR (Serbia/Montenegro)

2.7

50

1.2154

59

0.74

107

216

75

Trinidad and Tobago

4.2

94

3.5245

28

1.09

93

215

76

Turkey

3.2

67

1.043

70

1.77

75

212

77

Saudi Arabia

3.4

75

0.1546

126

3.27

10

211

78

Bolivia

2.2

25

0.0873

136

2.37

50

211

79

China

3.4

76

1.9486

42

1.13

92

210

80

Thailand

3.6

81

1.7095

44

1.43

83

208

81

Madagascar

3.1

64

0.2724

117

2.89

27

208

82

Jamaica

3.3

73

3.8527

26

0.82

105

204

83

Mali

3.2

68

0.2538

118

3.01

17

203

84

Mauritius

4.1

91

7.2229

15

1.04

97

203

85

Ecuador

2.4

35

0.4963

99

2.11

64

198

86

Turkmenistan

2

11

0.1267

132

2.34

54

197

87

Senegal

3

61

0.5367

98

2.69

37

196

88

El Salvador

4.2

95

4.0234

25

1.83

73

193

89

Sri Lanka

3.5

79

4.1216

24

1.24

88

191

90

Algeria

2.7

48

0.6753

90

2.36

53

191

91

Chad

1.7

4

0.082

138

2.54

45

187

92

Armenia

3.1

65

2.2451

37

1.39

84

186

93

Eritrea

2.6

42

0.4577

103

2.59

41

186

94

Nicaragua

2.7

46

0.4517

104

2.72

35

185

95

Zambia

2.6

40

0.144

129

3.06

14

183

96

Venezuela

2.3

32

0.4314

105

2.49

46

183

97

United Arab Emirates

6.1

118

10.4629

11

2.36

52

181

98

Dominican Republic

2.9

60

1.9236

43

1.7

76

179

99

Sudan

2.2

20

0.1631

124

2.72

34

178

100

Ghana

3.6

82

1.0175

71

2.95

23

176

101

Congo, Rep.

2.3

26

0.0865

137

3.21

12

175

102

Qatar

5.2

109

11.5435

6

2.25

60

175

103

Tanzania

2.8

54

0.4235

106

3.03

15

175

104

Benin

3.2

69

0.9842

73

2.87

29

171

105

Angola

2

13

0.1315

131

2.91

25

169

106

Paraguay

1.9

7

0.1346

130

2.88

28

165

107

Uzbekistan

2.3

31

0.8732

78

2.31

55

164

108

Oman

6.1

117

2.0443

41

4.21

4

162

109

Albania

2.5

36

1.5115

47

1.68

78

161

110

Bahrain

5.8

113

99.828

3

2.59

42

158

111

Iran, Islamic Rep.

2.9

58

0.8499

81

3

19

158

112

Libya

2.5

37

0.3168

113

3.48

7

157

113

Zimbabwe

2.3

29

0.6804

87

2.61

40

156

114

India

2.8

57

3.7873

27

1.9

72

156

115

Syrian Arab Republic

3.4

74

1.0012

72

3.29

8

154

116

Indonesia

2

14

1.2749

57

1.55

82

153

117

Cameroon

2.1

16

0.3043

114

2.97

22

152

118

Congo, Dem. Rep.

2

12

0.23

119

3

18

149

119

Sierra Leone

2.3

28

0.9686

75

2.59

43

146

120

Honduras

2.3

33

0.639

92

2.98

21

146

121

Nepal

2.8

55

2.1811

39

2.47

48

142

122

Malawi

2.8

52

1.3834

52

2.68

38

142

123

Kenya

2.1

17

0.642

91

2.78

33

141

124

Jordan

5.3

110

3.4058

29

5.88

1

140

125

Azerbaijan

1.9

6

1.472

48

1.32

86

140

126

Egypt, Arab Rep.

3.2

66

20.9363

5

1.93

69

140

127

Israel

6.4

121

10.7802

10

3.83

5

136

128

Myanmar

1.7

5

1.0707

64

2.23

63

132

129

Lebanon

2.7

49

10.2992

12

1.94

68

129

130

Niger

2.2

24

0.6215

95

3.29

9

128

131

Philippines

2.6

45

2.9871

31

2.37

51

127

132

Vietnam

2.6

43

4.5177

21

2.25

61

125

133

Ethiopia

2.3

27

0.75

86

3.26

11

124

134

Yemen, Rep.

2.4

34

0.8072

83

4.65

3

120

135

Gambia, The

2.8

56

2.0852

40

2.93

24

120

136

Tajikistan

2

9

1.202

62

2.48

47

118

137

Guatemala

2.2

19

1.0615

65

2.85

31

115

138

Cote d'Ivoire

2

10

0.6031

97

3.6

6

113

139

Uganda

2.6

44

1.4031

51

3.19

13

108

140

Haiti

1.5

1

4.7482

20

1.83

74

95

141

Bangladesh

1.5

2

9.978

13

1.96

67

82

142

Nigeria

1.6

3

1.369

53

2.91

26

82

143

Pakistan

2.1

18

4.4908

22

2.87

30

70

144

Iraq

2.1

15

2.216

38

3.03

16

69

145

West Bank and Gaza

2.5

39

11.0618

8

4.74

2

49

146

 

 

 

 

 

The Amazing Feature of the Good-Evil Index

 

The results were really amazing.  At a glance, it is obvious that the world’s countries fall into essentially two categories, along racial-ethnic lines: the Nordic countries are in a group at the top, and all other racial-ethnic groups are mixed together below them.  (Actually, the results can be categorized somewhat further along racial/ethnic lines, into Nordics, then other Europeans (or their former colonies), then Aryans (India, Iran), then Asians, then Africans, and then Semites (Israelis and Arabs).  The Nordic group is pretty compact; the racial/ethnic categories following the Nordic group overlap considerably.  The USA does not fare too badly, falling near the end of the Nordic group (this is not too surprising, since the US was heavily settled by Nordic peoples in its early years).)

 

Wow!  This was incredible!  The reason why I found it so amazing is that it was very consistent with what people have been saying for years about an invasion and attempted takeover of the human species by an alien species – the Nordics against the Reptilians (and their creations, the Greys).

 

Although Nordics can be generally distinguished from Reptilians by DNA, the major factor discriminating / differentiating the two groups (since, over the millennia there has been considerable interbreeding) is that Nordics care for the Earth (i.e., the environment, other species – the “Mother Earth” concept), whereas Reptilians do not.  From a Biblical viewpoint, the Reptilians represent “the Serpent,” the Deceiver, the Destroyer.  According to Christian theology (Book of Revelations), in the battle for the planet / mankind, “those who destroy the Earth shall be destroyed.”

 

How can you tell the Nordics from the Reptilians?  Perhaps the easiest test is Jesus’ observation, “By their fruit you will recognize them.” (Matt. 7:20).  It is in fact an easy matter to distinguish Nordics from Reptilians: Nordics care about Earth as a living being (Mother Earth, Gaia), and show it, whereas Reptilians do not.

 

Now, as you know if you read my website, I have never before mentioned anything about aliens (except, of course, the illegal aliens (immigrants) invading the US from other countries), so this is not something that I have been predisposed to.  It simply jumped out and hit me in the face.

 

Wait a minute, you might be thinking – that you don’t believe in aliens, or alien abductions, or UFOs, or any of that stuff.  Well, it doesn’t matter whether you do or don’t.  The alien-abduction theory is simply one theory – a paradigm – to describe what is going on.  Whether aliens exist or don’t exist, or exist as extraterrestrials (e.g., from Sirius, Orion, Cassiopeia, Arcturus) or as visitors from another dimension, is somewhat irrelevant.  All that matters from a practical point of view is whether this paradigm (theory, model, representation, hypothesis) describes the facts (which it does), and can be used as a basis for prediction or accomplishing something (which it may).  Whether this theory can be objectively proved is not relevant (I will avoid here getting into philosophical discussions about “truth,” and what we can know and prove).  All of the UFO-alien-abduction-stuff is subjective – it cannot be proven objectively (empirically, with physical evidence).  But physical (objective) science does not have any explanation at all for UFOs or alien abductions, or the Philadelphia Experiment (Montauk Project), or the total inability of modern man to save himself and the planet from complete destruction.  You can’t prove objectively that aliens exist, but neither can you prove that God exists, or angels exist, or that you have a soul and that Jesus Christ can give it salvation.  But many people accept these things, without a shred of physical evidence.  (In fact, you can’t prove that the physical universe exists, and is not simply someone’s or something’s incredibly consistent and persistent dream / illusion – but we’ll overlook this minor complication, and accept the physical universe as a “given.”)  The significant issue is whether the model fits the observed facts (whether subjective or objective) and is useful – operational utility.  The plain fact of the matter is that the current physical model of the universe is totally inadequate and incomplete, and cannot explain even the most basic, fundamental things – such as life and thought.  It completely omits the spiritual component, which explains life very well.  So which theory would you prefer – one that can’t explain most of what we see around us (except for mechanical, chemical and atomic phenomena), or one that explains everything (including biology and life)?

 

The fact is, the planet’s biosphere is being destroyed, and mankind seems completely unable to stop it, even though it may mean his own extinction, and surely condemns him to millions of years in a ruined biosphere.  The physical theory of the universe cannot explain this, and offers no help in solving the problem.  It is a woefully incomplete theory of existence – all it does is describe how certain physical processes unfold.  The spiritual theory (the spiritual aspects of man, alien invasion, UFOs, etc.) explains it completely, and does offer a solution (or several solutions).  Which theory is potentially more useful for solving this problem?  The one that has nothing to say on the matter, or the one that does?  The answer is obvious.  It is recognized that the theory based in spiritual theory cannot be more than an hypothesis relative to the physical world, but so what?  The physical theory is simply an hypothesis as well, and one that explains nothing about thought or life.

 

To continue the discussion of subjective-based theories vs. objective ones (based on the scientific method and physical observation), it is interesting to consider the traditional African (and North American Indian) explanation for things, and contrast it to the “western” view.  In the traditional African view, unfortunate happenings are caused by spirits and witchcraft.  The following is a quote from AIDS in the Twenty-First Century, by Tony Barnett and Alan Whiteside.  It occurs in a text box entitled, “Snakes, lice and witchcraft.”

    ‘I knew a Zulu whose son was bitten by a snake and died.  He said that his son had been killed by witchcraft.  This did not mean that he didn't see that his son had been bitten by a snake, or that he didn't know that some snakes are poisonous while others are not, and that the bite of a poisonous snake may be fatal.  When he said that his son was killed by witchcraft, he meant that a witch caused the snake to bite his son so that the son died ... every piece of good fortune involves two questions: the first is "how" did it occur, and the second is "why" it occurred at all ... Beliefs about witchcraft explain why particular persons at particular times and places suffer particular misfortunes ... witchcraft as a theory of causation is concerned with the singularity of misfortune ... A Pondo teacher in South Africa ... [asked] "It may be quite true that typhus is carried by lice, but who sent the infected louse?  Why did it bite one man and not another?”’ (Gluckman, 1955, p. 85)

 

Western science has no explanation for the cause of the death.  All it has is Cartesian (classical deterministic mechanics) or neo-Cartesian (stochastic / Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle / quantum physics) descriptions of the “physics” or “chemistry” of what happened.  It offers no explanation at all for why, or even how.  And it offers no insight on fundamental existence issues such as the mind, thought, intuition, life, biological growth, aging, love, crop circles, the moon, evolution, instinct, or the ability of monarch butterflies to fly from Canada to Mexico each year without having been taught.

 

 

 

The Many Concurrent Battles to Take Over Earth

 

But I am digressing.  The issue that the Good-Evil Index brings to the fore is, at first glance, the issue of the Nordics versus the Reptilians for control of Earth (or, more precisely, of mankind, the highest physical life-form on Earth).  But the more general issue is control of Earth, period.  If you think about it, there are a number of groups who are trying, or are accused of trying, to assume control of Earth, or influence its takeover.  These include the following:

 

  1. Alien Invasion, such as the Nordic / Reptilian struggle (includes UFOs, alien abductions)
  2. The Forces of Industrial Globalization (“civilization,” western technology, USA, United Nations, World Bank, World Trade Organization, international banking / finance)
  3. Christianity and Islam
  4. Judaism (Zionists, à la Kevin MacDonald’s trilogy)
  5. The Illuminati (Sionists, à la the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Sion)
  6. The Great White Brotherhood / Universal Brotherhood (Shambhala, Agharta, Hyperborea / Polar Myth, Lemuria / Mu, Atlantis, the Hermetic Mystery Schools / Mysticism / Occult, Esoterica, Ascended Masters,  Enlightened Masters, Initiates, Adepts, Ancient Ones, New Age Movement)
  7. Foundation

 

As you know from my website, I am very interested in the issue of planetary management, and I have proposed my own scheme for a long-term-sustainable planetary management organization (a synarchic government of a minimal-regret population consisting of a single-nation high-technology population of five million and a globally distributed primitive population of five million hunter-gatherers).  Given my interests, I have read a little on each of the topics 1-6 listed above (item 7 being the Foundation website).  The purpose of this article is to very briefly summarize each of the seven topics listed above.  If time permits, I will expand this article to provide more descriptive information on each topic, at a later date.  For the present, I will present very brief summaries of each topic, and identify a few references.  [Unfortunately, I have to return to the US this weekend for a week or so to take care of some personal business, and I will not be able to spend more time on this for several weeks.]

 

Each of “struggles” listed above have visible and invisible (hidden) aspects associated with them.  For topic 1 (Alien Invasion), much of the evidence is circumstantial and sketchy (e.g., UFO sightings, alien abductions, evidence of visits to Earth by advanced beings, crop circles, the moon).  For topics 2-4 (concerned with economic and political domination of the planet), the players are generally evident, and the struggle is restricted mainly to the physical domain.  (The Jews are involved in these topics, but as an ethnic / political force more than a religious group.)  For topic 5 (Christianity vs. Islam), the struggle is physically apparent, but the religious motivation (invisible) is a very important aspect.  Item 6 (Esoterica) is mainly invisible, with a negligible physically manifest presence.

 

The planetary takeover struggles listed above are not mutually exclusive – several of them are operating simultaneously.

 

Prior to discussing the topics listed above, I shall discuss an aspect that is central to all of them, viz., their “game” nature.  If you have read my article, Earth Is God’s Dime Novel, you will know my view of life as a game.  This view is not unique to me.  For example, consider the following passage from Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought, by L. Ron Hubbard:

 

    Life can best be understood by likening it to a game.  Since we are exterior to a great number of games we can regard them with a detached eye.  If we were exterior to life instead of being involved and immersed in the living of it, it would look to us much like games look to us from our present vantage point.

    Despite the amount of suffering, pain, misery, sorrow and travail which can exist in life, the reason for existence is the same reason as one has to play a game-interest, contest, activity and possession.  The truth of this assertion is established by an observation of the elements of games and then applying these elements to life itself.  When we do this we find nothing left wanting in the panorama of life

    By game we mean contest of person against person, or team against team.  When we say games we mean such games as baseball, polo, chess or any other such pastime.  It may at one time have struck you as peculiar that men would risk bodily injury in the field of play just for the sake of 'amusement.' So it might strike you as peculiar that people would go on living or would enter into the 'game of life' at the risk of all the sorrow, travail and pain just to have something to do.  Evidently there is no greater curse than total idleness.  Of course, there is that condition where a person continues to play a game in which he is no longer interested.

    If you will but look about the room and check off items in which you are not interested, you will discover something remarkable.  In a short time you will find that there is nothing in the room in which you are not interested.  You are interested in everything.  However, disinterest itself is one of the mechanisms of play.  In order to hide something it is only necessary to make everyone disinterested in the place where the item is hidden.  Disinterest is not an immediate result of interest which has worn out.  Disinterest is a commodity in itself.  It is palpable, it exists.

    By studying the elements of games we find ourselves in possession of the elements of life.

    Life is a game.  A game consists of freedom, barriers and purposes.  This is a scientific fact, not merely an observation.

    Freedom exists among barriers.  A totality of barriers and a totality of freedom alike are no-game conditions.  [No-game conditions: states in which a person has no game, reached by a preponderance of win (no-game) or a preponderance of lose (no-game).  See also game conditions in the glossary.]

    Each is similarly cruel.  Each is similarly purposeless.

    Great revolutionary movements fail.  They promise unlimited freedom.  That is the road to failure.  Only stupid visionaries chant of endless freedom.  Only the afraid and ignorant speak of and insist upon unlimited barriers.

    When the relation between freedom and barriers becomes too unbalanced, an unhappiness results.

    Freedom from is all right only so long as there is a place to be free to.  An endless desire for freedom from is a perfect trap, a fear of all things.

    Barriers are composed of inhibiting ideas, space, energy, masses and time.  Freedom in its entirety would be a total absence of these things-but it would also be a freedom without thought or action, an unhappy condition of total nothingness.

    Fixed on too many barriers, man yearns to be free.  But launched into total freedom he is purposeless and miserable.

    There is freedom among barriers.  If the barriers are known and the freedoms are known there can be life, living, happiness, a game.

    [Game conditions: the factors which make a game, which is a contest of person against person or team against team.  A game consists of freedoms, barrier and purposes, and there is a necessity in a game to have an opponent or an enemy.  Also, there is a necessity to have problems, and enough individuality to cope with a situation.  To live life fully, then, one must have, in addition to “something to do,” a higher purpose; and this purpose, to be a purpose at all, must have counter-purposes or purposes which prevent it from occurring.  This last is very important: If a person lacks problems, opponents and counter-purposes to his own, he will invent them.  Here we have in essence the totality of aberration.]

    [No-game conditions: states in which a person has no game, reached by a preponderance of win (no-game) or a preponderance of lose (no-game).]

 

It is noted that human existence tends toward (focuses on) “game conditions.”  Epidemics do not kill everyone.  Wars do not kill everyone.  There would be no point to creating mankind – such a fabulously skilled, intelligent, and ambitious creature – and then allowing it to be “wiped out.”  The game would be over.  On the other hand, it is necessary to present mankind with very significant challenges (e.g., global warming, overpopulation, destruction of the biosphere, extinction of species, alien invasion) to maintain his interest and excitement, and test his capabilities to the limit.  To render his existence truly meaningful, there must be a chance that mankind can “wipe itself out” – either by its own actions or by alien invasion and possession / takeover / replacement.  The situation is analogous to that for an individual.  Without the risk of death (for the body, for the soul), life is meaningless.  The gods envy our mortality.

 

The reason for Earth is the need for barriers.  It is difficult to play a game in the spirit world, since there are so few barriers.

 

It is very interesting to observe that, in all of the Earth-takeover games listed above (and any others that I may have missed), all of the participants are comparably matched, so that none can exterminate all of the others.  With games involving human opponents (e.g., war between Christianity and Moslems, or Jews vs. Arabs), this is obvious.  But this holds true for alien invaders vs. human beings.  The aliens’ capabilities are strong, and may be very different from out own (e.g., ability to operate in the astral domain / fifth dimension (“dimension” in the New Age sense)), but they are not capable of destroying us utterly, either by wiping us out or by mental possession.  Otherwise a “no-game” condition would exist, and there would be no point in either party’s playing the game.  There is no challenge in intelligent aliens taking over a race of pigs.  There is a great challenge in taking over the human species, because it is cunning and clever and ambitious and proud and arrogant and sensual.  Watch any Star Trek movie to understand this.

 

The following sections will provide some descriptive material on each of the seven Earth takeover struggles listed above.  [This is simply an outline at this point, and will be “fleshed out at a later date.]  As you read the material about each topic, remember that it is a “paradigm.”  Many of these, or aspects of them, cannot be proved or disproved objectively.  Remember that what is important is the utility of each paradigm, not its provable “truth” from an objective (physical world / scientific objectivism) viewpoint.  For example, a dictator may take over the world and reign for a thousand years.  It is impossible to prove whether this is because “God” enforced the prophecies of  the Book of Revelation, or whether people believed the prophecy so strongly that they caused it to come about, or whether it was a remarkable coincidence.  But if so many Christians believed so fervently that the “End Times” events just had to happen, and this in fact caused them to happen, then the paradigm was a useful representation, and consideration of it was worthwhile.  On the other hand, the belief that Enlightened Masters brought about this outcome could have been just as valid a representation for explaining the physical outcome.  The objectively provable “truth” is not very relevant.  The usefulness in predicting results or influencing results or causing results is of much greater importance.  It does not matter, for example, whether The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion / Sion was written by Jews or people posing as Jews (e.g., the Illuminati).  What is of much greater interest and importance is the content, and whether some organization is in fact attempting to take over the world.  It does not matter, for example, whether Shakespeare or Bacon wrote “Shakespeare’s” plays.  All that matters is the content of the plays.  If I can pray over my banana trees and consistently obtain much fruit, it does not matter whether you believe that it is really the prayer or communion with the plant that produced the fruit (or coincidence / synchronicity).  I cannot prove either one, and that does not matter.  All that matters is the results.

 

 

Alien Invasion

 

The frequency of unusual incidents, such as Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), alien abductions, and crop circles, seems to be increasing (widespread cattle mutilations seem to have stopped).  This may be due to the massive increase in the human population and the massive increase in human communication.  In any event, these occurrences are now so widespread and so well documented that they are being seriously studied by reputable scientists.  Report / evidence of alien abduction is an everyday occurrence for psychiatrists and hypnotherapists.  The late Prof. John E. Mack of Harvard Medical School (psychiatry) was one of the best-known researchers on the subject of alien encounters (books Abduction: Human Encounters with Aliens and Passport to the Cosmos).  Mack had an interest in Stansilav Grof’s Holotropic Breathwork®.  Grof was formerly Chief of Psychiatric Research at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.  I first became familiar with Grof’s work from Michael Talbot’s book, The Holographic Universe.  Grof’s books include The Adventure of Self-Discovery and (with Hal Zina Bennett) The Holographic Mind.

 

Here follows a quote from Grof’s The Adventure of Self-Discovery:

 

Unidentified Flying Objects

 

The last phenomenon of this category I would like to discuss, is that of the UFOs (unidentified flying objects), popularly known as "flying saucers."  I have already described earlier that subjective experiences of seeing physical or metaphysical spacecrafts, being in contact with their crews or gadgets, and even personally meeting the aliens are common in nonordinary states of consciousness.  In this context, I will narrow the discussion to those cases where subjective reports are combined with some physical evidence.  There is reason to believe that the conclusions drawn from the US Air Force projects Grudge and Blue Book were politically motivated.  The same seems to be true for a special committee of the University of Colorado that attributed virtually all physical evidence to natural causes – balloons, meteors, birds, reflections of light, and others.

 

As in the case of parapsychological phenomena, many of the UFO reports came from people who were emotionally stable, well-educated and trained, intelligent, and articulate.  There are good reasons to assume that the UFO phenomena are psychoid events, in which psychological and physical manifestations can be combined in various proportions.  This characteristic would make it very difficult to study them in the context of mechanistic science with its sharp dichotomy: material or psychological.  A detailed discussion of the UFO material, historical and modern, which is fraught with many controversies would be clearly beyond the scope of this discussion.  I will refer interested readers to Carl Gustav Jung's fascinating book Flying Saucers: A Modem Myth of Things Seen in the Skies (Jung 1964) and to the writings of Jacques Vallée, who has dedicated many years of his life to intense and systematic study of the UFO phenomenon (Vallée 1965).

 

Two recent books that present a massive amount of material on UFOs and alien encounters are The World’s Greatest UFO & Alien Encounters (anonymous, Octopus Publishing Group, Ltd., London, 2002) and The Mammoth Book of UFOs by Lynn Picknett.  Here follows a quote from the former book:

 

Jaques Vallée

 

    Steven Spielberg's movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind made Jacques Vallée the most famous UFOlogist in the world.  The François Truffaut character is based on the French researcher.  Although he became a computer scientist for the Department of Defense, Vallée began his career as an astrophysicist.  As a young man, it was curiosity that led him to study astronomy, but that same curiosity led him on into the world of UFOs.  He does not find studying anomalous phenomena unscientific, pointing out that Nobel prize winner Niels Bohr said that all science starts with an anomaly.

    He was working at the Paris Observatory when he first got interest in UFOs.  They had observed a number of 'unidentified satellites.'  However, when the scientists there were ordered to destroy the data concerning these 'anomalies' instead of sending it to their colleagues for further study, he rebelled.

    This was during the early 1960s when the idea that UFOs were connected to alien intervention was widespread.  Back then, he found that the 'extraterrestrial hypothesis' seemed to match witnesses' accounts.  But since then, thousands more cases have been reported and statistical models could be used to analyse them.  This has forced Vallée to take another, more critical look at the extraterrestrial hypothesis.

    Vallée already had a passion for religious history, myths, occultism and parapsychology and, around 1968, he realised that many aspects of the UFO phenomenon were also present in the folklore of every culture.  By 1975 he got the idea of combining these disciplines by considering the UFO phenomenon, not as simply a manifestation of extraterrestrial visitors, but as a control system that had been in existence since the beginning of humankind.  He points out that UFO  sightings did not start with Kenneth Arnold in 1947.  Elements of the phenomena existed before.  He believes that the wheels of Ezekiel, cherubim and burning bushes seen in Biblical times, the flying goblins in luminous chariots of the Middle Ages, the phantom airships of the nineteenth century, the 'ghost rockets' of 1946 and the extraterrestrial spacecraft seen today are all essentially the same phenomenon.

    As we learn more about the history and geographical distribution of the phenomenon, the standard extraterrestrial hypothesis leads to glaring contradictions, Vallée says.  He believes that objects and beings connected to the UFO phenomenon are symbolic, or even theatrical, manifestations, rather than a systematic alien exploration where abductions are conducted for the purposes of so-called 'biological studies', as other UFOlogists suggest.

    'We are also looking at some form of non-human consciousness,'he says.  'However, one must be wary of concluding that we are dealing with an "extraterrestrial race".'

Vallée aims to shatter the assumption that 'UFO' means ,extraterrestrial spacecraft.'  He believes that behind these enigmatic luminous phenomena is a form of intelligence capable of manipulating space-time and influencing human evolution.  In his best-selling book Confrontations, published in 1990, he analysed over a hundred UFO encounters using scientific methods, and concludes that the aliens visiting us come from another dimension.

   Vallée is the champion of a bold new speculative physics.  He believes that objects capable of gradually appearing and disappearing on the spot are modifying space-time topology.  This validates the multidimensional models of the universe that theoretical physicists have been working on in recent years.

    But he does not totally reject the extraterrestrial hypothesis, just the hard-nosed Ameirican approach to it.  He believes that we share our existence with other forms of consciousness that influence the topology of our environment and affect the human mind psychically.  Vallée has been accused of contradicting himself, because at times he emphasises the physical and material aspects of UFOs, while at others stressing the psychic and paranormal side.  But this contradiction is in the data, he says.

    Vallée is a believer in alien abduction, but believes that hypnotising abductees as practised in America is unethical, unscientific and perhaps even dangerous.  He has investigated over seventy abduction cases.  From his interviews with witnesses he has no doubt that the large majority of abductees have had a close encounter with an object emitting electromagnetic radiation, pulsed at hyper-frequencies.  The effects on the human brain of these are unknown, so hypnotising the victims could put them at risk.  He points out that UFO encounters are dangerous enough to humans as it is, with large amounts of energy confined to a restricted space.

    One of the abduction cases Vallée studied was that of Franck Fontaine, who was abducted on 26 November 1979 from the Parisian suburb of Cergy-Pontoise after seeing a bright light in the sky.  Vallée was particularly interested in the case because he was bom in Pontoise and went to the same school as Fontaine.  Although Fontaine admitted, two years later, that the abduction was a hoax, Vallée does not believe the explanations that have been given.  They do not correspond to his knowledge of the area or the psychological state of the witnesses.

'I don't believe it was a UFO, but I do think that Franck was actually abducted,' he says.  'Someone is hiding something.'

    The dozen or so 'implants' he has examined have not been mysterious in nature.  Analysis showed that many of them were the tips of rusty needles, fragments of insects or other natural material embedded in the flesh.  However, Vallée was the first to draw attention to the subject of animal mutilations over twenty years ago in his book La Grande Manipulation ('The Great Manipulation'), but he has not published research because he was unable to prove the link between the mutilations and the UFO phenomenon.  He does believe that the link exists, though.

    Vallée finds the USAF's latest explanation of the Roswell incident – that it was the crash of a balloon carrying a basket full of mannequins – laughable. 

    'The most recent report from the Air Force is even more absurd than all the other "explanations" given previously,' he says.  'The fact that an extremely strange object came down near Roswell and that the military made every effort to discourage research into the incident and continues to do so is beyond doubt.  However, this doesn't mean that the object in question was a UFO.'

    For Vallée, the jury is still out on the Roswell incident.  He believes that the idea of a crash is only plausible if you believe it to be a deliberate demonstration on the part of an external intelligence.  In the meantime he is investigating nineteen other different crash cases.

    Vallée believes that every country's armed forces uses the UFO phenomenon to cover up operations involving advanced or illegal weapons.  This started in the USSR as early as 1967, when the KGB spread rumours about UFOs in a region where the inhabitants had seen rockets being launched that were carrying satellites in violation of international agreements.  UFO rumours also cloak remotely controlled rigid airships that the military use to gather electromagnetic data.  An American soldier he knows approached one of these craft standing in a clearing in Germany during manoeuvres before the Gulf War and he has read US patent applications describing them.

    Generally Vallée's scientific colleagues are open-minded about UFOS.  They have no time for grandiose conspiracy theories, but they do adniit the existence of a 'non-standard phenomenon'.  During his forty years of UFO investigations, he has discovered that the UFO phenomenon is considerably more complex than he used to think.  It cannot be explained simply by an extrapolation of current human technology.

    'We are faced with a phenomenon that underlies the whole of human history, manipulates the real world and seems to obey laws that bear no relationship to those we hitherto imagined,' he says.  'I believe we're entering a particularly exciting period in the phenomenon's history, since we now have the opportunity of re-examining all the various hypotheses.'

    More recently, Vallée has published a memoir of his years in  UFOlogy called Science Interdite ('Forbidden Science').  This also examines the validity of the US Army's secret 'Memorandum Pentacle.’

 

Here follows a selection from Picknett’s The Mammoth Book of UFOs:

 

Time Travellers and Other Dimensions

 

    Many people hypothesize that UFOs come from another reality that coexists with ours, but on another dimension, which explains how they appear and disappear so inexplicably.  Perhaps they have learned how to pop into our reality for a quick tour of our world, gaining solidity through the belief and expectancy of those to whom they show themselves, in an endless dance of reciprocity: they show themselves, the witnesses believe in them and the belief gives them more "reality," more visibility, just as layer upon layer of belief creates a tulpa.

    Maybe the UFOnauts need electricity or nuclear waste with which to power and maintain themselves in our dimension, hence the numerous occasions they have been observed around military installations and power stations.

    Some suggest that the aliens are ourselves – the human race, evolved almost beyond recognition – from the future, coming back to warn of imminent ecological or natural disasters, trying to prevent the annihilation of the planet and all its life.  If so, however, their knowledge of the immediate future is patchy and unreliable, for although they are given to dire prophecies about the end of the world, time and time again the appointed hour comes and goes without so much as a new conflict breaking out, let alone a global calamity.

    Yet the idea of intruders from other dimensions, which may be described as elsewhen, is perhaps not so far off the mark.  Quantum physics – to which all modem scientists pay lip-service, although usually remaining firmly in the old Newtonian-Cartesian mechanistic mould – provides the template for this possibility, positing the  existence of many invisible dimensions, where something may be both here and there, depending on whether it is observed or not.  The British cutting-edge physicist, Professor David Bohm, described a highly controversial view of the world in his seminal book Wholeness and the Implicate Order (London, 1980), arguing that while our separation of the world into apparently distinct objects has enabled us to control our environment very well, on a deeper level this distinction between "me," "you" and "that" is actually false.  As the astrophysicist Professor Archie Roy of Glasgow University writes in his A Sense of Something Strange (1990), "Many of these objects, such as electrons and other atomic particles, are illusions. [Bohm] puts forward reasons for believing that the level of reality manifesting itself, the level that we study, is produced by the creative, flowing processes of a sub-world.  These 'forms' and 'objects' thrown up do seem to have a certain stability, longer and shorter durabilities, their behaviour capable of being described by a set of laws deduced from observation.  But because they are only a sub-set of phenomena projected or manifested from a deeper, more fundamental world of dynamic processes, certain anomalies or paradoxes reveal that, however deeply we believe we have come to grips with ultimate reality, the artifacts we are studying are projections, as it were, into a lower number of dimensions from a higher dimensional world of existence.

    In other words, seeing is not necessarily believing.  The evidence of one's own eyes is almost always incomplete and flawed, being too dependent on a host of factors from physical health to prejudice and expectations, not to mention the fact that human beings can only perceive a limited area of the spectrum - as anyone realizes who has had the disturbing experience of watching a cat or dog follow something invisible around the room with their eyes.  Not only is there more there than we can see, but what we do see is probably very different in its basic nature: neatly distinct chairs and tables are really, according to theoretical physicists, not really solid objects at all, but whirling masses of invisible atoms that happen to form the configurations that we recognize as tables and chairs.  Before they were made, their atoms would have. formed what we call planks of wood and before that, trees.  Yet in a sense none of these things exist, for everything is in a constant state of flux, a universal dance of life, only some of which is perceived by mortal man.

    With such limits on our perception, the only wonder is that more people are not aware of intruders from elsewhere, who are perhaps impatient to be recognized as fellow inhabitants of our world.  As the ever-wise Jacques Vallée writes: "These unexplained observations need not represent a visitation from space visitors, but something even more interesting: a window toward undiscovered dimensions of our environment'.

    He goes on to present the great challenge to our current belief system: "I believe that the UFO phenomenon represents evidence for other dimensions beyond spacetime; the UFOs may not come from ordinary space, but from a multiverse which is all around us, and of which we have stubbornly refused to consider the disturbing reality in spite of the evidence available to us for centuries.”

 

For an interesting and readable description of recent (2004) work in alien encounters, see Laura Knight-Jadczyk’s book, The High Strangeness of Dimensions, Densities, and the Process of Alien Abduction.  Also, see her website, http://www.cassiopaea.org .

 

The book, How to Defend Yourself against Alien Abduction by Ann Druffel includes a description of alien encounters and ways of coping with them.

 

For detailed discussion of the Nordic / Reptilian struggle, see David Icke’s books, The Biggest Secret (1999), Children of the Matrix (2001) and Tales from the Time Loop (2003).

 

For information about crop circles (written by an accomplished scientist) see The Deepening Complexity of Crop Circles: Scientific Research and Urban Legends by Eltjo H. Haselhoff, PhD.

 

For material on evidence of alien visits to earth in earlier times, see, e.g., When the Gods Came Down or Gods of the New Millennium by Alan F. Alford; Fingerprints of the Gods by Graham Hancock; Chariots of the Gods? by Erich von Däniken; The Orion Mystery by Robert Bauval and Adrian Gilbert; The Sirius Mystery by Robert Temple; The Stargate Conspiracy by Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince; Our Mysterious Spaceship Moon by Don Wilson.

 

For description of early UFO sightings, see Beasts, Men and Gods by Ferdinand Ossendowski (1922) and Altai-Himalaya: A Travel Diary by Nicholas Roerich (1929).

 

See also the following: Nothing in This Book Is True, But It’s Exactly How Things Are by Bob Frissell.

 

For information on the “new physics,” see The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot; The Tao of Physics: An Exploration of the Parallels between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism by Fritjof Capra; and The Dancing Wu Li Masters: An Overview of the New Physics by Gary Zukav.

 

For material on investigation of alien encounters by a hypnotherapist, see Michael Newton’s books, Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Live between Lives, Destiny of Souls: More Case Studies of Life between Lives, and Life between Lives: Hypnotherapy for Spiritual Regression.  See also Journey of the Soul by Brenda Davies.

 

For more on New Age philosophy / perspective, see Ishmael by Daniel Quinn.

 

 

Global Industrialization

 

For a discussion of the takeover of the planet by the forces of global industrialization (USA, United Nations, World Bank, World Trade Organization, international finance / banking), see David Icke’s books, The Robot’s Rebellion (1994), …and the truth shall set you free (1995) and I am me, I am free (1996).  Web site http://www.davidicke.com .

 

The struggle here is against those who would destroy the planet’s environment and continue the mass species extinction now underway, and those who would stop it.

 

 

Christianity and Islam

 

Christianity and Islam have been at war for centuries, and are in an uneasy peace at the moment.  Both have a vision of the “End Times” (e.g., the Bible’s Book of Revelation).

 

 

Judaism

 

Discuss Kevin MacDonald’s books, The Culture of Critique (1998, 2002), A People that Shall Dwell Alone (2002) and Separation and Its Discontents (2004).  Cite material from David Icke’s Tales from the Time Loop (2003).

 

 

The Illuminati

 

Discuss material in David Icke’s The Robot’s Rebellion (1994), and the truth shall set you free, The Biggest Secret (1999), Children of the Matrix (2001).  Reference The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion at http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/przion1.htm . Reference Kevin MacDonald’s work.

 

 

The Great White Brotherhood / Universal Brotherhood

 

Discuss Shambhala, Agharta, Synarchy, Great White Brotherhood / Universal Brotherhood, Ascended Masters, Enlightened Masters, Initiates, Adepts, Hyperborea / Polar Myth, Lemuria / Mu, Atlantis.

 

For more on Agharta / Shambhala, see Arktos: The Polar Myth by Joscelyn Godwin; Shambhala by Victoria LePage; The King of the World by René Guénon; The Lost World of Agharti: The Mystery of Vril Power by Alec Maclellan.

 

For more on New-Age views on Ascension, see The Complete Ascension Manual by Joshua David Stone and The Light Shall Set You Free by Norma Milanovich and Shirley McCune.

 

 

Foundation

 

Discuss vision, mission, goals, objectives of Foundation (http://www.foundation.bw/PMIVision.htm