Contingent Divinity: The Golden Calf of the Universe

Terry Melanson

Webmaster/editor of Conspiracy Archive; author of Perfectibilists: the 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati.

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8 Responses

  1. Michael Mehlhorn says:

    I love what these guys do. Thanks to the Collins brothers. I wish I could have met them when they lived in Dayton.

  2. Phillip Collins says:

    Wish we could have met, Michael. If you are ever in Lusk, Wyoming, look us up!

    • John S. says:

      Hi Phillip. I’ve been reading your articles for a long time now. I had no clue that you respond to comments on here until now. I was wondering if I could have your e-mail so we could correspond a little? I have been studying more on the scientific dictatorship conspiracy and would love to give you my thoughts on it and see what you think. I have just started writing a book about the new religion of Scientism which I will hopefully publish someday.

  3. Phillip Collins says:

    You can tell me about it right now, if you like.

    • John S. says:

      I’m trying to get my own angle on the subject but so far it’s really not that different from what you’ve been writing about, since you pretty much hit the nail on the head in your book The Scientific Dictatorship. I’m also not a very great writer but a friend of mine who is an author of several books is assisting me.
      Anyway, my book will attempt to prove that Scientism is a religion by examining the meaning of the word religion and what constitutes one and then showing how various aspects of it line up with the definition (e.g. a religion has a set of guidelines for how to live, and most followers of Scientism are atheists who live their lives however they want, and how that connects to Satanism and Aleister Crowley’s saying “Do what thou wilt”)

      Being a fan of science fiction, I also noticed how Scientism and Transhumanist beliefs are written into many sci-fi stories. I wrote briefly about it in a few posts on Facebook, which I’ll paste here:

      “Arthur C. Clarke’s famous quote “Magic is science we don’t understand yet” eloquently expresses the faith of Scientism’s adherents; that science, through technology, can create miracles.
      Men like Clarke clearly believe that there are no limits to science. Science is a tool for understanding our universe, and with scientific discoveries come technologies implementing the knowledge gained. Ergo, if there are no limits to science, there are no limits to what man can do with it.”

      “You can see this sort of thinking in science fiction: aliens and humans in the far future who have made so many discoveries with science that their technology seems miraculous to us, enabling them to perform feats never even dreamed of. They have god-like dominion over the universe, able to travel faster than light across the galaxy or terraform planets into Earth-like paradises or create life in the form of human clones or sentient robots who are so close to being human it is difficult to tell the difference.
      Being a fan of science-fiction I have heard it said many times that what is science fiction today may later become science fact. Again, this is the Scientistic belief that through science Man can replace God.”

      I debated about all this with an atheist friend of mine, but they pointed out that while the scientific establishment could indeed be corrupted and become a tool for spreading propaganda and pushing certain worldviews and beliefs onto the public, I have no solid evidence that that is indeed what has happened. Are you aware of any group at the “top” of the establishment that would control it? Any connections to the so-called “power elite” or anything else that would indicate corruption?

      • John S. says:

        I hope this all doesn’t sound like an amateurish attempt by me at tackling the conspiracy. I wanted to see what you think and if you had any advice to give me. (I would have said this in my previous reply but I can’t see any Edit button)

  4. Phillip Collins says:

    Have you read “Foundations” by Wormser?

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