Phillip D. Collins | 2009-06-11 - Scientific totalitarianism is certainly not a new topic in the halls of political science and history. Given its bloody legacy of democide (i.e., state-sanctioned genocide, mass murder, and politicide) and its prolific spread throughout the world, scientific totalitarianism remains a preoccupying sociopolitical phenomenon of the 20th century. Yet, few researchers have examined the epistemological foundations of scientific totalitarianism. In turn, an understanding of scientific totalitarianism's epistemological roots elucidates an occult conception of science, which edified the sundry Weltanschauungs of sociopolitical Utopians (e.g., socialists of either the communist or fascist ilk). In light of this core epistemological commonality, all forms of sociopolitical Utopianism could be considered the manifestations of a trans-historical occult counterculture movement.
This model of economic fascism was adopted by Germany and Italy in the 1930s. And, I submit to you that such a marriage between the state and corporate power has taken place here in the United States.
Phillip D. Collins | 2008-06-18 - Whenever federal spending becomes exorbitant and directly taxing the American people is not an option, the federal government calls upon the Federal Reserve for help. In turn, the Federal Reserve creates money ex nihilo. That's right. The Fed literally generates liquidity out of nothing.
Phillip D. Collins | 2008-06-18 - With the presidential elections steadily approaching, a question is being asked with increasing frequency: Who are you voting for? Personally, this questions aggravates me. Why? Because it is framed within a distinctly Hegelian framework.
Phillip D. Collins | 2007-04-11 - According to Raschke, aesthetic terrorism embraces art as an agent of cultural deconstruction. The mission of the aesthetic terrorist is the displacement of traditional values and the enshrinement of a new moral code.
Phillip D. Collins | 2007-04-11 - In a recent address to the CATO Institute in Washington, D.C., Czech President Vaclav Klaus declared, "Environmentalism is a religion. It does not belong in the natural sciences and is more connected with social science." According to Klaus, this religion is purely a statist one designed to enthrone policy professionals that hope to "rule from above."
Phillip D. Collins | 2006-09-09 - The occult theocracies of antiquity had found a way of perpetuating themselves. The Mystery priesthoods of ancient Babylon and Egypt found their modern counterparts in the revolutionary ideologues of contemporary totalitarianism. Out of the Promethean movement would spring Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany, two technocratic regimes premised upon the Gnostic myth of Darwinism.
Phillip D. Collins | 2006-06-23 - The mantra of "Do what thou wilt" is continually reiterated by academia, the media, and pop culture. With each successive generation, humanity continues its inexorable drift towards amorality. Of course, this drift serves the interests of the ruling class.
Phillip D. Collins | 2006-03-10 - [The] gradual subversion of the nation-state system is integral to the power elite's plan to establish a socialist totalitarian world government. Yet, the criminal culture resulting from this plan is hardly some unintended byproduct. MS-13 and other criminal enterprises produced by globalization are integral to the statist blueprint of a global scientific dictatorship.
Phillip D. Collins | 2006-02-10 - In addition to facilitating the rise of a new occult theocracy, materialism has also contributed to the enormous volumes of bloodshed witnessed by the 20th century. Arguably, contemporary regimes premised upon dialectical materialism have murdered far more people than any traditional theocracy premised upon a theistic faith.
Phillip D. Collins | 2006-01-10 - Luciferianism constitutes the nucleus of the ruling class religion. While there are definitely political and economic rationales for elite criminality, Luciferianism can account for the longevity of many of the oligarchs' projects. Many of the longest and most brutal human endeavors have been underpinned by some form of religious zealotry. The Crusades testify to this historical fact. Likewise, the power elite's ongoing campaign to establish a socialist totalitarian global government has Luciferianism to thank for both its longevity and frequently violent character. In the mind of the modern oligarch, Luciferianism provides religious legitimacy for otherwise morally questionable plans.
Phillip D. Collins | 2005-11-17 - In the present cultural milieu, which is experiencing a resurgence of Gnosticism, one of Christianity's primary goals should be to re-establish the human body as an object of reverence ... Otherwise, Western civilization shall become a culture of death.
Phillip D. Collins | 2005-10-02 - In hopes of facilitating the purported evolutionary ascent of man, the power elite has instigated war after war. In this installment, we shall take brief glimpse at some of the hidden alchemists behind World War II.
Phillip D. Collins | 2005-08-31 - Like Bert Walker's "Human Zoo" of 1904, the recent exhibit at the London Zoo is an outward expression of the power elite's supremacy doctrine. It originated with the occult pantheism of the ancient Mystery Religions and was scientifically dignified by racialist ideologue Charles Darwin. While this supremacy doctrine was initially racialist in character, it has expanded its bestial view of man to encompass all those outside the power elite's insular clique.
Phillip D. Collins | 2005-08-29 - [...] the Masonic Lodge had played an integral role in the development and promulgation of Darwinism. During its popularization, evolutionary theory had been extended into the realm of political science. Evidently, the hidden alchemists of war believed the League to be the next step in humanity's political evolution.
Phillip D. Collins | 2005-07-25 - As I have established in previous articles, Darwinism was but one more permutation of an ancient occult doctrine of transformism. This occult belief originated in Mesopotamia roughly 6000 years ago and was actively promulgated by the various Mystery cults. It also comprises the ruling class religion of today. At the heart of the doctrine is the claim that man is gradually evolving towards apotheosis. Throughout the years, the religion of apotheosized man has recycled itself under numerous appellations. Darwinism was but one more installment in this seamless ideational continuum. In this series, I am going to examine one of the chief facilitators of man's purported evolution: war.
Phillip D. Collins | 2005-07-12 - I recently took a college course in the history of philosophy. The instructor, who happens to be an extremely intelligent woman, was going to examine Foucault. I was eager to study Foucault and seized the opportunity. His Marxist proclivities aside, Foucault's views concerning the carceral system were certainly of merit and valuable to my research. Yet, there was another philosopher on the menu. In the halls of orthodox academia, his reputation precedes him. His name is Friedrich Nietzsche.
Phillip D. Collins | 2005-06-09 - For Skinner and those who carry on his tradition, humanity is little more than a lab animal to be conditioned and controlled. This authoritarian mentality becomes all the more evident when Skinner states: "... Russia after fifty years is not a model we wish to emulate. China may be closer to the solutions I have been talking about, but a Communist revolution in America is hard to imagine" (Walden Two xv). In other words, the communism of mass murdering Red China is preferable to the Russian variety of communism. Why? The Russian communists did not go far enough.
Phillip D. Collins | 2005-03-28 - With the publication of The Da Vinci Code and the release of the Matrix films, Gnosticism has experienced a cultural revival in the West. Is the rise of Gnostic thinking simply a fleeting trend, like the outrageous clothing that Britney Spears or Christina Aguilera wear one day and never don again? Perhaps. Yet, it is interesting to note that the popularization of Darwinian evolution preceded Gnosticism's ascendancy in the West.
PERFECTIBILISTS: The 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati, by Terry Melanson
The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship, by Paul & Phillip Collins
Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, by Abbe Barruel
Fire in the Minds of Men: Origins of the Revolutionary Faith, by James H. Billington
America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones, by Antony C. Sutton