Sunday, June 22, 2014

Sunday Sermons and Predictive Programming

As Aris pointed out, predictive programming is a well worn but still highly effective technique in the brainwashing of the populace.

Except for in the waiting rooms of doctor's offices, I'm not sure of how many people read Time but Hollywood makes up for the lack of those reading the rags.
What is predictive programming?

Alan Watt explains:

"Hollywood is the magician's wand (holly-holy) which has been used to cast a spell on the unsuspecting public.

Things or ideas which would otherwise be seen as bizarre, vulgar, undesirable or impossible are inserted into films in the realm of fantasy. When the viewer watches these films, his/her mind is left open to suggestion and the conditioning process begins.

These same movies which are designed to program the average person, can give the discerning viewer a better understanding of the workings and the plan of the world agenda. 'Be-aware'.

Predictive Programming - The power of suggestion using the media of fiction to create a desired outcome."
Researcher Michael Hoffman defines “predictive programming” as follows: “Predictive programming works by means of the propagation of the illusion of an infallibly accurate vision of how the world is going to look in the future.” Through the circulation of science “fiction” literature, the ignorant masses are provided with semiotic intimations of coming events. Within such literary works are narrative paradigms that are politically and socially expedient to the power elite. Thus, when the future unfolds as planned, it assumes the paradigmatic character of the “fiction” that foretold it. 

One programming technique that is as old as mankind is religion. Downplay legitimate spiritual aspects and instead focus on fictions that are used for control. Occasionally when looking at local sites I run across comments that are so absurd that I can't help myself in responding.

By now you have probably heard that the "largest U.S. Presbyterian church narrowly voted Friday to divest from three multinational corporations that it said supply Israel with products that promote violence in occupied Palestinian territories."
The measure that was passed not only called for divestment but also reaffirmed Israel’s right to exist, endorsed a two-state solution, encouraged interfaith dialogue and travel to the Holy Land, and instructed the church to undertake “positive investment” in endeavors that advance peace and improve the lives of Israelis and Palestinians. It also said the motion was “not to be construed” as “alignment with or endorsement of the global B.D.S.” movement by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). The language was written by the church’s 65-member Middle East committee.
As Richard Edmondson observed:
"I’m glad the Presbyterians passed the divestment resolution, although it is a very tepid measure, and more needs to be done. But it’s a step in the right direction–and steps in the right direction are rare items these days. "
Tepid is correct and it's a shame that churches do not do more to counter the lies that surround us. How many sermons today will address the propaganda that is manipulating the flock and maneuvering them to remain silent to the real evil in our midst? If I guess none, would I be that far off?

Thanks to another commenter here, I'll leave with this.....

“A nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people.” John F. Kennedy

Terrorism, directly or sponsored, has long been America’s weapon of mass destruction – its weapon of choice. As a strategy, it outdates ‘human rights’ and ‘democracy promotion’ and has proven itself to be far more effective by creating mayhem and fear, removing resistance to intervention. The events of 9/11 justified this age-old tactic. The tentacles of America’s terror tactic reach back far and spread wide.


Just another brick in the wall 


  1. Powerful, brilliant, another typical 'Kenny'... love the JFK quote.

    1. I've been waiting since early on in the Vietnam war for the Christian churches as a whole to step up and practice what they pretend to preach. I probably won't ever see that day.

  2. Sunday hymns...


  3. While searching for "chosen people myth" I came across Jealous Gods and Chosen People: The Mythology of the Middle East which some folks might find interesting. Here is the book description:

    "Esteemed scholar David Leeming, who has authored more than twelve books on mythology, here offers the first comprehensive narrative study of the mythology of the Middle East, that tumultuous region that was the cradle of civilization. Leeming begins with a brief, engaging history of the Middle East, spanning Neolithic cultures, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age, the invention of writing and the rise of Egypt and Babylonia, Israel and Roman rule, and the early history of the Jews, Christians, and Muslims. This is followed by an in-depth discussion of the mythology of the region, covering individual pantheons, cosmic myths, mythic heroes, and much more. Leeming ranges from prehistoric figures such as the Mother Goddess of Çatal Hüyük to Mesopotamian gods such as Marduk and mythic heroes such as Gilgamesh, to the pantheon of Egyptian mythology, including the falcon-headed sky-sun god Horus and jackal-headed Anubis. The author also offers an illuminating exploration of the mythology of the three great monotheistic religions of the region: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In a provocative Epilogue, Leeming depicts today's crisis in the Middle East as "violent, clearly immoral, and illegal actions" justified by "what can only be called myths." He notes that fundamentalists in the area's three religions all see their way as the only way, forgetting that myths represent truths that are spiritual and philosophical--not historical events that can be used to justify acts of violence. With key maps, illustrations, bibliography, and index, Jealous Gods and Chosen People provides an inclusive, authoritative, and captivating account of a mythology that remains a potent--and often destructive--force in the world today."

    1. Sometimes even Nietzsche got some things right.

      “Sometimes people don't want to hear the truth because they don't want their illusions destroyed.”

  4. I got a report on some preaching today in a local Baptist (Southern Baptist Convention type) church. "The government is manipulating/forcing us to accept homosexuality and make it 'normal'": said the preacher. An IRS non-profit violation? Nah, that's allowable. Keeping people divided on relatively minor issues is OK. Still waiting on that sermon denouncing the wars and assorted corruptions and the criminal cabal behind it all.

  5. I gave up going to church (organized religion) though I sometimes go for social purposes. I find most American Christians to be benignly offensive or borderline appalling, though I am sure there are wonderful, concerned, active leadership and individual people. I haven't seen anyone in a pulpit seriously address a serious issue. Am working on a blog entry that will cross these concerns and those expressed in this "neighborhood". I don't have much for an answer. I remain baffled. We can't seem to find any method of effectiveness. Most people simply don't care. We've all expressed and understand how they have been brought to this point. But I'm still baffled. And angry.

  6. Netanyahu on Meet The Press probable;y qualifies as Sunday preaching.

    Add nauseated to that list.

  7. how do so-called "Jews" oooze into being without a Talmud ? {500AD} <---- "printed"

    the fog banks of history exist to assist the "Money Changers" & Pharisees...

    who remunerate the TRUTH HATING scribes to twist the truth into a Religion
    who gladly proclaim their stupidity {Jew Worshipping} ....! {TALMUDVISION}

    Mullins' work....THE CURSE OF CANAAN - a MUST READ !

    GET THE MUG SHOTS . . . seriously !

    excellent work Kenny, {Thanks a million}
    You and Les & Noor & Beulahman ....and a few others
    really provide much needed inspiration to me at crucial intervals in this incarnation,
    may your every effort for what is righteous - Holy and TRUE be multiplied ten fold...!

    [eventually the language will be pure, again]



  8. Walter Reinhold Warttig Mattfeld y de la Torre figured it out:

    Judaism, Christianity and Islam are _all_ TERRORIST RELIGIONS. Their source of power and growth IS TERRORISM. All preach love and compassion, but in the end it is their employment of TERRORISM that makes them "great."

    The God they all worship is himself A TERRORIST-GOD. This vindictive God allegedly destroyed the world in a flood, AN ACT OF TERROR. He allegedly "gave" Israel Canaan via ACTS OF TERROR (telling Israel to slaughter the Canaanites, man, woman and suckling child).

    Christianity became the religion of the Roman Empire via ACTS OF TERROR sanctioned by the Christian Roman Emperors. Pagans outside the empire were forcibly converted via TERRORISM.
    As a Secular Humanist I understand there are no gods, they have been made in man's image. Man's loves, hates, lusts and fears have been projected onto imaginary deities. THE GODS OR GOD MUST BE PORTRAYED AS SOME ONE TO BE FEARED, NO FEAR, NO RESPECT. TERROR BRINGS FEAR AND RESPECT IN ITS TRAIN. The purpose of religion, especially Judaism, Christianity and Islam is to control human behavior via TERROR AND FEAR. God will destroy those who do not obey him. He will accomplish this via Nature (storms, droughts, disease) or via War and other acts of terror, bringing the enemy to pitilessly devastate all, righteous and unrighteous.
    A "tolerant" pagan Roman empire was in the end destroyed by an "intolerant" Christianity. Paganism was ruthlessly suppressed by "Christian" emperors over a span of some 300 years from Constantine the Great to Justinian the Great (the 4th through 6th centuries A.D.). Critics of Christianity were silenced via imperial decrees, threatening imprisonment, death or exile. The writings of Christianity's critics were gathered under imperial decree and burned. Laws were passed that all within the empire were to be baptized or face harrassment by the imperial government. Christianity did not triumph over paganism within the Roman Empire because of superior and convincing "reasoning" and intellectual debates winning the hearts and minds of everyone, it succeeded via the employment of terror fostered by the imperial government with the blessings of the Christian church. The imperial government refused to fund anymore pagan churches or priesthoods. The government ordered the closing of temples, forbade sacrifices, and turned a blind eye when Christian mobs desecrated pagan churches, seizing them, destroying the statues of the gods, making the temples into Christian churches. Via imperially sponsored fear, terror and intolerance Christianity prevailed over paganism in the Roman empire. The very terror-tactics employed by Christianity which overthrew European paganism are today being used by radical Islam...
    What a shame that today Jews, Christians and Moslems are killing each other because of these myths and what a shame that womankind has been marginalized and tyrannized by this Adam and Eve nonsense not only in the past but the present as well.
    [T]he murderous hatred between Moslem, Jew and Christian is all predicated upon recast Mesopotamian myths. The slaughter, sadly, will continue for centuries yet to come. The Hebrew God is an intolerant God, there can be no religious freedom for mankind anywhere on planet Earth, all must bend the knee and worship Him or else they will be violently and ruthlessly destroyed by His followers: Moslems, Christians and Jews.

  9. You're not going to hear it either, Kenny, since they are NOT "Christian" churches. Perhaps, we should all stop calling them "Christian."

    1. You're right. Maybe we should always clarify the term with 'alleged' or 'so called.'

  10. If their G-d can protect America, then why not just protect Israel and cut out the third party, wouldn't that make more sense?

    Or does their G-d find Israel so repulsive and cancerous that he/she/it has said "Fug that SLC" and left 'Stolenland' to fend for themselves?

  11. Every xstian zionist I've met is either really stupid or really crazy, and a few seem to be both.

  12. "One of the keys to this is emotional analysis and navel-gazing and how that ties in so much to New Age movement and spirituality in the West. Because emotional processing, when you're in Asia, this does not come into the practices at all. As the definitions of world and self change to accommodate and assimilate new information, we gain insight, we find this as a positive experience. The idea here is that you have a structure of self and world as a context: new information comes in; when those two things conflict we feel a tension, literally a psychic tension and I'm not talking psychic in a mamby-pamby sort of way. It's a tension in the mind or [i]negative[/i] emotion. We experience an emotion and it's simply a tension in the mind created out of either too much information for the context or this structure that we have for experience (it's conflicting information or new information coming in, so the initial stages are usually uncomfortable). As that world-view and self-worlds start to change to accommodate this new information, that tension is released, the tension subsides, so we feel it as a [i]positive[/i] experience. As the tension's released, it can feel like an elation, the 'aha! I've got an insight,' an affirming, a self-doubt that you don't have to confront anymore. The idea that emotion is really about the relationship between the data that's outside of the structure and how the structure's reacting to it.

    It's important to note that emotion has no information in-and-of-itself. All it tells us is that there is incoming information and where to look. The severity of the emotion is really the motivation to continue with it. It gives us a focus, gives us a motivation to assimilate the new information, but it tells us nothing about reality, only that new information is being resisted or assimilated. Emotion is not information. It's the reaction to new and conflicting information." -- Bill Joslin

    Above excerpt from the following brilliant audio:

    Jan Irvin / Gnostic Media - Bill Joslin interview – “Meditation: Deconstructing Nonsense” – #202 - June 16, 2014 - Bill Joslin at an early age developed a fascination with mind and awareness. Subsequently he spent 16 years studying Bonpo, Nyingma Buddhist and Taoist practices. He spent a year in Asia interviewing Buddhist monks in Laos, Cambodia, Nepal; Taoist practitioners in Indonesia, and Bonpo priests in Northwest Nepal, comparing practices as taught in the west with the original monasteries and traditions from which the teachings originated. Nine years ago, Bill was asked by a number of people to counsel them with mediation practices they were having difficulty with and not finding aid from their current teachers. From a sense of responsibility Bill then went through a process of questioning every aspect of meditative knowledge he had gained over those years, essentially applying critical thinking to spiritual practices. In short order the illusion of meditation, spiritual teachers, and philosophical frameworks dissolved and a concise, non-mystical view of mind, self and world emerged with simply clarity. Mediation and spiritual guru-ship is an ancient form of control, the residue of which we live with today.

    Audio file:

    Video version with relevant charts, etc. :

    ~ Negentropic MK I

  13. Much different view of John F. Kennedy here, recorded when he was still president:

    Wally Butterworth: Traitors Disarm USA For One World Government

    These guys were pretty hardcore back then. They knew exactly what was coming. But, of course, because of their outrage & overreaction, they must have looked like crazy right-wing bigots to a lot of people, self-sabotaging themselves unintentionally. Full collection of Butterworth audios here:

    ~ Negentropic MK II

  14. I don't like to link to Fox News, but this is interesting: [bold emphasis mine]

    Medical staff warned: Keep your mouths shut about illegal immigrants or face arrest
    By Todd Starnes Published July 02, 2014

    A government-contracted security force threatened to arrest doctors and nurses if they divulged any information about the contagion threat at a refugee camp housing illegal alien children at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, sources say.

    In spite of the threat, several former camp workers broke their confidentiality agreements and shared exclusive details with me about the dangerous conditions at the camp. They said taxpayers deserve to know about the contagious diseases and the risks the children pose to Americans. I have agreed to not to disclose their identities because they fear retaliation and prosecution.

    “There were several of us who wanted to talk about the camps, but the agents made it clear we would be arrested,” a psychiatric counselor told me. “We were under orders not to say anything.”

    The sources said workers were guarded by a security force from the Baptist Family & Children’s Services, which the Department of Health and Human Services hired to run the Lackland Camp.

    A Baptist security force with powers of arrest working for the government?!


    They may do some good work but it appears they may have been involved in some scams over the years. A non-profit doing some very profitable business?

    Here's what they say about the Lackland operation.

    and this...

    1. BCFS ZOG/CIA Partners