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The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship – (Philip Collins on the Iron Show) https://youtu.be/48EgCfdOR0w (there is a weird audio bit where they added some sort of echo thing when he quotes some Masonic literature, don’t ask me what that was for…)

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  1. https://archive.org/download/TheByteShowArchivesByGeorgeAnnHughes Scroll down and search for Collins Brothers / Paul Collins / Phillip Collins mp3 files.
    I also recommend Vyzygoth's interview series with Collins Brothers called Magicians of Mutability (10 parts) & Invoking the Beyond (7 parts) – both on Youtube.

    In case you wondered 16:42 reads:

    For what we do presage is not in grosse,
    For we be brethren of the rosie cross;
    We have the mason-word and second sight,
    Things for to come we can foretell aright.

    (The Muses Threnodie Third Muse by Henry Adamson)

  2. Similarities are not identities. Oops. Science is actually Scientific Philosophy, and was developed in its modern form by Christians. Its practitioners and fans who abuse its proper place are indeed an "ancient" creed, idolaters, and the like. The modern context, however, is that of ideologues of one kind or another, including the corporate profiteers and anti-educationalists. So, be careful about leaping to conclusions that distract you from the very real problems that have very real solutions, with Jesus having taught, "Not everyone who says 'Lord, Lord" gets into the Kingdom of Heaven. The ones who do the will of my Father in Heaven will get in (meaning the Heaven that is neither in this place or that place, but within you and among you)."

  3. @the Truth is stranger than fiction… I recognize the speaker in the beginning, Phillip / Paul Collins!! Ive read their book The Ascendancy of Scientific Dictatorship. I feel this was the greatest of my reads. and the pinnacle of understanding it all.. as far as the Hierarchy and the philosophical/religious aspects.
    I dont know what else to research, besides the bible. i mean what else is there?
    My question to you, I listen to your uploads and can tell you have a very well understanding and you put it all together. I have yet to find any reading that compares. U have any suggestion of similar books??

  4. Augustine of Hippo was "canonized by popular acclaim", which is divinely ironic — for the Gospel declares that the 144,000 saints were virgins. Rev 14:4  These are they which were not defiled with women; for they are virgins. These are they which follow the Lamb whithersoever he goeth. These were redeemed from among men, being the firstfruits unto God and to the Lamb.   And in their mouth was found no guile: for they are without fault before the throne of God.  
    [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augustine_of_Hippo#Childhood_and_education ]
    At about the age of 17, Augustine began an affair with a young woman in Carthage. Though his mother wanted him to marry a person of his class, the woman remained his lover for over fifteen years, and gave birth to his son Adeodatus (372–388), who was viewed as extremely intelligent by his contemporaries. In 385, Augustine ended his relationship with his lover in order to prepare himself to marry a ten-year-old heiress. (He had to wait for two years because the legal age of marriage for women was twelve.) By the time he was able to marry her, however, he instead decided to become a celibate priest.

  5. 20:48 Small wonder — the "invisible college" was founded in 1660. In mockery of the Almighty, the anti-christ Masonic lodges keep a Bible on their lecterns, kept open at Psalm 133. Adding the "Master" masonic number of 33 to 133, one arrives at the number of that year, 166(0).

    Now, how about the day and month? November 28! The 11th month and 28th day: 11 + 28 = 39 Is it mere "chance" that governed the choice of date for inauguration of the "college", seeing as 13 x 3 = 39? Did they select that date on the roll of dice, or on the turn of a card, or on a tossing of yarrow sticks, or on an examination of some animal's liver? Not at all…it was an act of will…and not a benevolent one either. Speaking of "not benevolent"…. http://www.jinfo.org/Royal_Society_1901-Present.html

  6. I think he said "For all practical purposes" in atleast every other sentence lol. Compared to the subject matter its irrelevant, but for all practical purposes i thought i would point it out. Its actually pretty sad that Mr. Peterson was blessed with such an intelligent mind, so much capability and potential, yet because he denies that the word actually is the word of the one true living God, his what could be wisdom, is nothing but foolishness. Like scripture says, 1 Corinthians 3:19 "For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness".
    Please pray with me for Jordan brothers and sisters, because he is so intellectually capable, it blinds him to the only meaningful truth left in this world, the word of God. Now thats something very sad to me yet a very interesting thought, a thought to deep to elaborate on in a youtube video comment. God bless you Will, thanks for all the hard work that you put into Gods people, your work has changed my life for the better, thank you so much.

  7. When christ was told he is good, he replied, there is no other but the father that is good. Christ came to show people how one needs to connect with the father in order to be free of man made scitzophrenic madness caused by duality.

  8. Western mysticism is hidden behind and fashioned in academia, politics and modernisation e.t.c…its always disguised and the masses gobble it all up and are deceived coz its sugar coated or packaged in an irresistible manner and coz they too want to be like gods….Here in Africa it's mostly part of one's culture and tradition to worship the ancestors or spirit…people openly practice all sorts of pagan religions…problem is, it finds its way into the house of Yeshua, disguised as some divine revelation . A lot of the people do not let go of pagan practices when they "come to faith" in Yeshua…they mix the beliefs, almost as if one gambles "just in case either doesn't answer, at least one of them will" or they are raised in that culture where the true essence of one's faith is to be "Yeshua centred" and the His word being truth and the plumbline is not emphasized. Church going to some is something one does rather than being true fellowship as the body and Bride of Yeshua. Pastors on the other hand, needing to grow their churches, consult so called shamans/spiritualists/sorcerers to gain power to work "miracles" , attract big crowds, keep congregates under some spell to do their bidding…it all boils down to Control, power, rule, idolatry, fame e.t.c…we r catching up with west though coz we do have atheists too especially in the academic field and coz of technology, the world has come together influencing and infusing fashion, music, belief system, politics e.t.c..just a thought and observation. ( thanks Will for the material, eye opening and mind boggling) Adonai Bless you

  9. Nimrod invented Gnosticism at the tower of Babel, brick by brick thus we got incrementalism, the technocratic paradigm, "the pride of man, broken into dust again"
    Dominionist are Gnostics that have driven a spear into Christ's side, slapped Him in the face and has spit on Him and have discredited Him, giving raise to lying rumors against Him. Trump, the new Nimrod, is a Dominionist.

  10. You know, when most people speak the way this person does, they're usually just trying to sound more intelligent than they actually are. He could speak in much plainer terms, and open up the range of his audience, and his acceptability by said audience. I'm relatively intelligent, but 49 minutes in, and I'm starting to get a headache.

  11. i feel so concerned that people are falling for this, and probably wont understand how there being tricked i wouldnt have seen this without putting god 1st. another great post thank you so much.Before i started watching your posts i had suspicions that something like this was going on……..so im not even that suprised.GOD BLESS EVERY1

  12. Phillip's vocabulary and grasp of his topics is seldom heard by us commoners. Top class thinker, somehow screams hive minder but is ever so polite. I am always impressed with such articulate speech .

  13. As an atheist, I don't claim to KNOW with all certainty that there is no god. I simply see no reason to believe that that there IS such a thing as a god. Just as I cannot say that I KNOW there are no invisible purple unicorns dancing on my lawn, I have no reason to believe that there ARE invisible purple unicorns dancing on my lawn.

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