Saturday, 24 December 2016

So Old, It's New. European Heathenism and Paganism Returns with a Vengence

The resurgence of paganism and heathen religions/spirituality all over Europe must pose some worry for the globalists. The Christian "turn the other cheek" monstrosity has served them well in keeping us slaves for the slaughter, but you have to now wonder how - especially this year - with the massive resurgence in European religion must be concerning and affecting the PTB. I have been following this stuff for years, and the media coverage of pagan festivals was bigger this year than Christian events.

Something colossal is taking place. For me the revival of paganism and magic is heavily tied into the concepts of quantum physics to a degree that we have yet to realise.

The work of people such as Anthony Peake - due to the brilliant manner in which he has played the secular-consciousness paradigm - has only helped to further ideas such as the plausible reality of hacking the matrix with magic and other forms of creativity. Its science and art, not superstition and faith.

Others such as Alan Moore have opened up huge possibilities for people to explore their own consciousness and how it affects reality. The defeat of Hillary Clinton was a direct result of memetics and chaos magic. Ancient gods and goddesses are the energetic and daimonic reflections of our psychology/psyche and these archetypes from Kek, to Odin, to, in my own personal case Sobek, are exploding into the human condition from our lower poles of cognition and ripping the Psychopathic Control Grid to bits from the quantum level up.

There is still much to be done. But I am now extremely optimistic at what we can do going forward. We have the art, the science, and all we have to do is continue to bring forth the magic. We have the battlefield at last to fight them on without them having an advantage over us.

To quote WB Yeats:
Many times man lives and dies
Between his two eternities,
That of race and that of soul,
And ancient Ireland knew it all.
Whether man die in his bed
Or the rifle knocks him dead,
A brief parting from those dear
Is the worst man has to fear.
Though grave-diggers' toil is long,
Sharp their spades, their muscles strong.
They but thrust their buried men
Back in the human mind again.



  1. I only found out I was a pagan last week, when I read the bloody definition of the word in the dictionary...
    The rise of paganism is unstoppable. Truth cannot be hidden. The ancient ways will return!
    Cheers Tom :)

  2. I'm curious why we use a p word.....coined by Christians to describe ourselves. I'm not pagan because pagan is a label used by criminals to pevert our faith.