Introduction to the Illuminati Protocols

Anarchist World simply wouldn’t be the same if it didn’t have something about the New World Order and the document known as the Illuminati Protocols. My slant on this document will be quite different from common conspiracy theorists. For one thing I’m not as much interested in who wrote it as I am in a discussion of some of the concepts and if they are valid or not.

The first thing I would like to state is that I don’t believe there is a group of Jews trying to take over the world in the name of Zion. This document is often touted as anti-Jewish hate literature. I would like to state plainly that I don’t believe it has anything to do with the Jewish religion or the Jewish race and should be considered simply on the merits of the concepts within it.

If I had to guess as to a class of people it might belong to I would suggest some variant branch of Freemasonry instead. Conceptual initiation is the hallmark of Freemasonry. Some concepts can not be properly understood until lesser concepts have been previously accepted and integrated. Many of the concepts within the Protocols are of an advanced nature suggesting higher learning of great sophistication. The writings of Albert Pike, originator of the Scottish Rite, come close to this degree of  sophistication. Anyone reading “Morals and Dogma” and “Magnum Opus” will find the “Prince of the Sun” 32 degree material a possible stepping stone for some of the concepts we find in the protocols.

In addition Freemasonry claims to preserve the inner teachings of “King Solomon’s Temple”. The Scottish Rite is based on Kabalistic literature. The Kabala was an instrument of Jewish mysticism that has largely been taken over by the non-Jewish western occult movement. Not only the Scottish Rite but many occult organizations such as the OTO and Golden Dawn are openly kabalistic in practice.

It would be much more accurate to state the protocols were written by extremely intelligent men and women that were initiated and trained in some very advanced conceptual knowledge. This points more to some type of organization or mystery school than a race or religion. I suggest an elite group of individuals with a profound capacity for insight into human nature and living in the present moment. This further rules out religious or mystical groups that lead people away from the present moment into spiritual abstractions. A spiritual fanatic does not live in the present moment. These people do.

Published in: on August 14, 2008 at 12:01 am  Leave a Comment  

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