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Old 02-16-2005, 03:28 PM
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the iluminati works using the heglian dialectic this means that they will have groups on opposing sides when these clash the result is neither of the parts so then the iluminati wins and has their way.
That's exactly right. The dialectic process is at the heart of every political and social change. It goes back even further, as I'm sure you know, but since the time of Hegel and Weishaupt - who were contemporaries - the theory and implementation of the "control of opposites" was applied with scientific accuracy.

The schools are the greatest and most successful experiment thus far. The greatest hegelian tacticians, the humanists, have become masters at this and they call the school system the "arena of confilct."

Ahmad, many muslims realize this, and it is the key to understanding the nature of our reality and how those in power stay in power no matter what political party outwardly has the upper hand. I've been reading some of your posts and I can see how your doubting some of the conclusions that we have come to. Don't take my word for it though. If it's another muslim and devout follower of Allah that you wish to have confirm some of these assertions, then look no further than the great writer Harun Yahya. He investigates Freemasons and the illuminati and comes to the same conclusions that other researchers have made. Read Global Freemasonry: The Masonic Philosophy Unveiled and Refuted, for a thorough view from a muslim perspective.

Actually I'm going to do something here. I'm going to quote what Harun has to say about humanism in his book. Because understanding humanism, along with the hegelian dialectic, as it manifests today are the most essential pieces to the puzzle:


The most important unifying influence among Masons is their
philosophy—which can be best described according to such terms as
"materialism" and "secular humanism." But, it is an errant philosophy
based on false suppositions and flawed theories. This is the basic starting-
point from which Masonry must be criticized.


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Freemasons have played an important role in
Europe's alienation from religion, and in its place, founding of a new
order based on the philosophies of materialism and secular humanism.
We will also see how Masonry has been influential in the imposition of
these dogmas to non-Western civilizations.


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"Humanism" is considered a positive idea by the majority
of people. It brings to mind notions such as love of humanity,
peace and brotherhood. But, the philosophical
meaning of humanism is much more significant: humanism
is a way of thinking that posits the concept of humanity as its
focus and only goal. In other words, it calls human beings to turn away
from God their Creator, and concern themselves with their own existence
and identity. A common dictionary defines humanism as: "a system of
thought that is based on the values, characteristics, and behavior that are
believed to be best in human beings, rather than on any supernatural authority."


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Today, humanism has become
another name for atheism. One
example of this is the enthusiasm
for Darwin typical in the American
magazine, The Humanist.


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humanism is almost
identical to atheism, and this fact is freely
admitted by humanists. There were two
important manifestos published by humanists
in the last century. The first was published in 1933, and was
signed by some important individuals of that time. Forty years later, in
1973, a second humanist manifesto was published which confirmed the
first, but contained some additions relative to some developments that
had occurred in the meantime. Thousands of thinkers, scientists, writers
and members of the media signed the second manifesto, which is supported
by the still very active American Humanist Association.

When we examine the manifestos, we find one basic foundation in
each of them: the atheist dogma that the universe and human beings were
not created but exist independently, that human beings are not responsible
to any other authority besides themselves, and that belief in God has
retarded the development of individuals and societies. For example, the
first six articles of the first Humanist Manifesto are as follows:

First: Religious humanists regard the universe as self-existing and not created.

Second: Humanism believes that man is a part of nature and that he has emerged as the result of a continuous process.

Third: Holding an organic view of life, humanists find that the traditional
dualism of mind and body must be rejected.

Fourth: Humanism recognizes that man's religious culture and civilization,
as clearly depicted by anthropology and history, are the product of a gradual
development due to his interaction with his natural environment and with
his social heritage. The individual born into a particular culture is largely
molded by that culture.

Fifth: Humanism asserts that the nature of the universe depicted by modern
science makes unacceptable any supernatural or cosmic guarantees of
human values...

Sixth: We are convinced that the time has passed for theism, deism, modernism,
and the several varieties of "new thought."35

In the above articles, we see the expression of a common philosophy
that manifests itself under such names as materialism, Darwinism, atheism
and agnosticism. In the first article, the materialist dogma of the eternal
existence of the universe is put forward. The second article states, as
the theory of evolution does, that human beings were not created. The
third article denies the existence of the human soul claiming that human
beings are composed of matter. The fourth article proposes a "cultural evolution"
and denies the existence of a divinely ordained human nature (a
special human nature given in creation). The fifth article rejects God's sovereignty
over the universe and humanity, and the sixth states that it is time
to reject "theism," that is belief in God.

It will be noticed that these claims are stereotypical ideas, typical of
those circles that are hostile to true religion. The reason for this is that humanism
is the main foundation of anti-religious sentiment. This is because
humanism is an expression of "man's reckoning that he will be left to go
on unchecked," which has been the primary basis, throughout history, for
the denial of God.


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the erroneous claim that religious belief was the factor that
prevented humanity from progressing and drew it into conflict has been
disproved by historical experience. Humanists have claimed that the removal
of religious belief would make people happy and at ease, however,
the opposite has proved to be the case. Six years after the first Humanist
Manifesto was published, the Second World War broke out, a record of the
calamity brought upon the world by the secular fascist ideology. The humanist
ideology of communism wreaked, first on the people of the Soviet
Union, then on the citizens of China, Cambodia, Vietnam, North Korea,
Cuba and various African and Latin American countries, unparalleled savagery. A total of 120 million people were killed by communist regimes
or organizations. It is also evident that the Western brand of humanism
(capitalist systems) has not succeeded in bringing peace and happiness to
their own societies or to other areas of the world.


intense humanist propaganda in the fields of science, philosophy,
music, literature, art and cinema. The attractive but hollow messages created
by humanist ideologues have been insistently imposed upon the
masses. The song "Imagine," by John Lennon, soloist of the most popular
music group of all times, the Beatles, is an example of this


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with the spread of the Templar
tradition throughout Europe, the Kabbalah began to attract a number of
philosophers. So, in the fifteenth century, a current of humanism began
that left an indelible mark on the European world of ideas.

This connection between humanism and the Kabbalah has been emphasized
in several sources. One of these sources is the book of the famous
author Malachi Martin entitled The Keys of This Blood. Martin is professor
of history at the Vatican's Pontifical Bible Institute. He says that the influence
of the Kabbalah can be clearly observed among the humanists:

In this unaccustomed climate of uncertainty and challenge that came to
mark early-Renaissance Italy, there arose a network of Humanist associations
with aspirations to escape the overall control of that established order.
Given aspirations like that, these associations had to exist in the protection of
secrecy, at least at their beginnings. But aside from secrecy, these humanist
groups were marked by two other main characteristics.
The first was that they were in revolt against the traditional interpretation of
the Bible as maintained by the ecclesiastical and civil authorities, and against the philosophical and theological underpinnings
provided by the Church for civil and
political life…

Not surprisingly given such an animus, these
associations had their own conception of the
original message of the Bible and of God's
revelation. They latched onto what they considered
to be an ultrasecret body of knowledge,
a gnosis, which they based in part on
cultic and occultist strains deriving from
North Africa—notably, Egypt—and, in part,
on the classical Jewish Kabbala….

Italian humanists bowdlerized the idea of
Kabbala almost beyond recognition. They reconstructed
the concept of gnosis, and transferred
it to a thoroughly this-wordly plane.
The special gnosis they sought was a secret knowledge of how to master the
blind forces of nature for a sociopolitical purpose.39


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As we said at the beginning, humanism has turned its face from the
Creator of humanity and accepted humans as "the highest form of being in
the universe." In fact, this implies the worship
of humanity. This irrational belief, that
began with the Kabbalist humanists in the
fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, continues
today in modern Masonry.


America was created for a specific purpose according to its Freemason and Rosicrucian forefathers - maybe its destiny is at hand as a new conflict of opposites (thesis/antithesis) is playing out before us: America (a humanist institution) and Islam. The beneficiaries who control the outcome and synthesis are always the elite Illuminati.

I wrote an article a few months back in which I try and flesh out how the hegelian dialectic, together with humanism, has brought about this peculiar situation in which the world finds itself:

World Government Fronts, Psycho-social Change Agents
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