Well, of course, we have to talk about the ancient sun-worshipping cult, the Sons of the Law of One, and that it predates many of our current religions and political orders. But it gets scary when bad things come up, such as child pedophilia cases in my hometown of Butler County, Ohio, involving hundreds and thousands of well-known people. And if you don’t have a reference for the vast evil on display, you wouldn’t have an explanation for Masons who go into mysterious chants hoping to put a curse on somebody to destroy them or consider that abortion is the political left’s blood cult to appease the gods of ancient pagan religions. When you look to understand modern politics and the reasons people believe what they believe, you usually find out that there is occult worship behind the thin veil in almost every case, including the deep suspicions that the Clintons were involved in the Jeffery Epstein child sex cult, along with Bill Gates and many celebrities. The recent pictures from Halloween of Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox only feed this curiosity, as well as Katy Perry and her broken eye. We live in a polite society that doesn’t talk about the real issues that cause the effects which drive our politics, and once you learn what does drive those issues, things make a lot more sense. But for them to make sense, you must reach into society’s occult practices to understand their politics. This is why I have been talking about Atlantis a lot more lately because that is a society that predates our written history and is denied by the established order for all the very reasons talked about, to conceal the occult practices that various groups of people participate in, and drive political policy to mysterious items of worship. In this case, the reason the political left is so obsessed with solar panels.
We know about Atlantis because Plato, a well-known and accepted Greek philosopher, recorded that society in one of his works. And over time, Atlantis looks to have influenced early English mythology, Ireland, the Vikings, all of Europe, and especially Africa creating Egyptian and Sumerian societies from the outset. Atlantis was ancient when those societies were new. But then there are the Indian mythologies and the mythologies of the white-skinned ones with the Aztecs, Mayas, and Incas. And there are thousands of societies that rose and fell in between these historical events and the mythologies that people ended up remembering of them. So there are multiple variations to those old stories that have created many occult beliefs that have been followed with sacrifices to unknown gods, which can almost always be found working their influence in the political policies of our modern day. So also with the various Indian legends, since we are told by modern progressives that the Indians were so wise and that we should listen to them regarding all things, many of them believe that 250,000 years ago, Star People came to earth from the planet Sirius and settled 12 planets, of which earth was only one, and a minor one at that. The wisdom of these Star People made up what we know today in various cultures, especially Atlantis, which we know the first king was Atlas, who invented all that we know about astrology. And when you know what the high-order Masons believe, much of their action is driven by astrology, just as Egypt and many other cultures that we consider advanced. That is also why most of them revere the planet Sirius as substantial to their functional mythologies. For instance, in the Bible, Sirius is considered the Star of Bethlehem. And when we talk about the 12 Tribes of Israel, the 12 Disciples of Jesus, the 12 months of a year, or the 12 constellations of the zodiac, or the Twelve Tables appointed in 451 BC which led to Roman society from its primitive roots, this is where we get the origin beliefs.
And from ancient Atlantis and the Indian mythology of the Star People from Sirius, who settled the 12 planets, is the concept of the Sons of the Law of One. It’s a sun-worshipping cult that identifies the sun of our earth’s solar system as the life giver and the ultimate god to appease. The Law of One then migrated into many of the cultures we currently recognize, and they all had a reverence for sun worship. Many of the human sacrifices that the Aztecs made were to appease the sun. Many of the myths that formed around the world, as a result, were sun god worship that in the absence of a Christian religion, all of society migrates back to this notion of the Law of One, the one sun, the life giver of everything, and for which we are all dependent. When you see that the political left is upset with space travel, it’s because mankind proposes to leave behind the control of the sun and essentially divorce ourselves from these ancient beliefs with self-fulfilling innovation and technology. But then again, many are using technology as a means to chain mankind to continued worship of the Law of One. We have seen that in the tech companies specifically and their infatuation with pagan gods from the distant past. And we certainly see it in the bizarre push for solar panels.
The only way to understand the insanity of the liberal push to chain mankind to the limited energy available from the sun with solar panels is to understand the ancient ideas of the Sons of the Law of One and the astrology invented by the Atlantean god Atlas and the knowledge he revealed from the Star People from Sirius. The push for all-electric cars and a society that destroys fossil fuels and forces everyone to essentially worship the sun as the primary means of living life is obviously a sacrifice of innovation to force compliance to the sun and its role at the center of our solar system. But when people are looking for logic as to why our political society would do such a dumb thing, they will not find the answer in the logic of scholarly debate or the rule of law in congress. They have to go back to the Sons of the Law of One, to the culture of Atlantis, to the horoscope cultures of the world, including the one you might have looked at today in the Farmer’s Almanac. Once you understand the occult logic behind the political maneuver, you can understand how stupid it really is. We are in an age of science and reason, not a society that must bend itself to the limits of ancient superstitions. We have rational minds who can invent our own means of power. But to those who worship other gods besides the Christian concept of commanding nature and instead yielding to it as all ancient cultures had to, especially Atlantis, then it should never be a surprise to see those cultures fail, just as we will fail if we follow the same dumb laws and appease the spirits of ancient hokey religions. But lazy people, they want an easy way to live life, and appeasing some ancient god or trying to appease the sun is a lot easier than inventing a thorium reactor or bolding blasting into space to create our own origin stories; not one started 250,000 years ago, or millions of years ago. But now, with America driving innovation and creativity to an unknown but exciting tomorrow. The clash essentially comes down to the brave and innovative instead of the lazy and superstitious. And the battle for tomorrow will depend on who wins that many generational wars.