The Seven Liberal Arts: By teaching people to think inside a box, the criminals could get away with committing the real crimes outside it

One thing that is very obvious after Covid and the election fraud problems from the 2020 election is that we see that there are people like Bill Gates, George Soros, Klaus Schwab, and many other maniacal characters who are willing to take advantage of people as the book How to Lie with Statistics establishes. When you control the measure people use to apply to the world around them, you ultimately contain what they think and do. Most of the world was defenseless to see what a very small few of the controlling elite were doing, criminally, because their educations in life prevented them from seeing the big picture. I do not doubt that from a medieval perspective, where few people could even read the Bible, the Seven Liberal Arts that Plato envisioned, and the Freemasonry movement, which was one of the first genuinely global organizations in the history of the world, seemed like a great idea. By teaching people in public education grammar, logic, rhetoric, arithmetic, astronomy, music, and geometry, Masons coming out of Europe thought that they could create a utopia for people to live in and everything would be fantastic. And when John Dewey and his progressive, Marxist friends, inspired by books like Looking Backward and other socialist utopia concepts, breathed to life behind Freemasonry, they thought they were doing a good thing. And for more than a century now in the United States, we have treated education around those seven liberal arts, with physical fitness now added to the mix and merging some of the other topics to keep the number at seven, as something sacred, than the actuality of the danger they always were. Because of the limits of a liberal education, people were defenseless in 2020 to properly deal with the aggressive political tactics of the Liberal World Order, which sought openly to take advantage of those limits and make a move to control all the political mechanisms of mankind.

I’ve never thought our education system, from pre-K to K through 12, or college and the post-graduate courses were enough for a properly balanced mind. I would suggest that the free education governments provide people is worth as much as you pay; free means its garbage. Aside from the ridiculous social concept of stealing the money for this monstrosity from property owners, a Marxist concept if there ever was one by Dewey and the gang of late 19th century progressives, the idea of a free education looks noble on paper. Yet, it has created drones of people unable to think for themselves. It has opened the door for tyrants, who know precisely how to cheat the system they created to serve the Liberal World Order, to rule over the masses based on the limits of their educations. People have been purposely taught to be stupid by those who want to rule the world. That is a concept that Plato never worked out in his Republic, and his student, Aristotle, was much keener on. Intelligence has to fight for its right to survive because there will always be aggressors who want to take advantage of the limits a society proposes to the world, based on everyone knowing essentially the same thing. Once you know the limits of a person’s understanding, you can do as Bill Gates does, and that’s Lie with Statistics. Control the information people see, so they never get the big picture because they don’t have the mind to see it.

I’ve been thinking about this problem for many decades, really, since I read the great book by Robert James Waller, The Bridges of Madison County, a region of the country I was able to visit last year. And in those vast fields of Iowa, while sipping a Mello Yello in the early morning mist and looking west before the rest of my family awoke for the day, I was thinking about fashion and who decides what fashions will be popular, as the author of that book contemplated quite effectively. Who decides that blue jeans will be the fashion people will wear? Or what haircuts will people like? Or even what kinds of music will shape our society? When you start asking those kinds of questions, it all points back to the Masonic Seven Liberal Arts limits and how people who understand how to exploit what people know by looking like some mysterious high priest of esoteric knowledge suddenly tell people that mullets are coming back in style. It has been interesting over this last year to watch people come out of Covid, and suddenly, people are questioning the validity of their public education in ways they never have before, just as that Liberal World Order is trying to sell the world on the new religion of climate change and why gas prices must be high because of a war with Ukraine and that people need to give up their gas-powered cars in favor of an electric one that California can’t even support on their weak, self-imposed power grid. With people starting to educate themselves outside of what the Seven Liberal Arts instructed them, they are beginning to gain the ability to call BS on what they are being told by the media, also controlled by the limits of the Seven Liberal Arts, because they all had the identical educations and the limitations that went with them. 

I wouldn’t go so far as to say that the whole plan was sinister from the start. I think the Masons, Greek, Egyptian, and Atlantian cultures that have created the foundations of the Seven Liberal Arts concept had good intentions. But as we know, the path to Hell is always paved with good intentions, and there were plenty of crazy, evil people who would seek to take advantage of the limits of liberal education in public schools for their own version of world domination. By teaching people to think in a box, and the crimes of humanity being conducted outside the box, then most of mankind would be vulnerable to those crimes because they would never see them coming or going. They would only feel the effects, which was essentially how the crime of Covid was perpetrated upon the entire earth to commit election fraud in the United States by hostile actors hiding in the shadows for a global overthrow and to solidify the power of the Liberal World Order, the Administrative State of perpetual government expansion. They never thought they would get caught because they assumed people had been taught not to see the crime. But with mass media and decentralized education going beyond the Seven Liberal Arts, there were enough people who could think outside of the box to disrupt what was going on inside that box that mass society was taught to stay inside. And the criminals were exposed and awaiting punishment. But first, people had to see for themselves what had been attempted, which is where we are today. Yet, it doesn’t take the edge off the fact that very few attempted the crimes to rule the great many. Bill Gates was one of them; he attempted to Lie with Statistics to take advantage of the limits of the Several Liberal Arts and impose on the world his new religion of Climate Change and all the evils that went with it. So long as people were as dumb as their liberal public educations had taught them to be, people might have gotten away with it. But of course, they didn’t.

Rich Hoffman

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