Changing your course

Why do something if it is empty?

How far will you go for failure, to prove that you have something to prove?

How far will obsession take you through the granite rock of chiseled achievement, as you endure the pain of unsatisfactory bludgeoning?

Perhaps the reason for your failure–or rather, lack of success–is not because you are ill-equipped for the task at hand, but because down below you despise the very task itself and wish to see yourself fail only to give it up and return to something more fulfilling.

You already know that the world is not mechanical, that it does not bend to physics and yet, you continue on in a blind furor, raging against the enemy of your unknown hate when in fact the only enemy is yourself, forcing upon you a thing that you don’t want to do.

Energetic self-sabotage is a bitch.

Consider this:

Not a one person has ever shown you the truth as they know it. They can attempt communication, but their perspective is lost on your reality.

Long has it been said, “What works for me may not work for you.”

“Your truth is not my truth.”

“YMMV.” (For the millenials).

And yet we desperately hack against the clifftop of fortune, for a prize that is ill-seemingly ill-suited to our regard to begin with.

It is a frustrating thing to let something go, to admit failure and yet, knowing in your heart what you would rather do, what you would die for, what you would move mountains for, is it really any surprising wonder that your heart tugs at you to abandon your quest for futility and embrace a warmer nature?

On the upswing of change, there is only one path: Follow your heart, and let the rest decide.

We cannot admit to the testaments of others, as our own self-fueled sufficiency can only come with the catalyst of our own passion, and that is not something bought or sold or even taught but ingrained in our very nature.

Regret not your failure, for which you directly manifest in your spite.

Rather turn toward your open arms at the future you wish to embrace, with the love and undying determination of that which haunts your soul day and night, and pushes you to alter your course in the favor of gain and the uncertainty of loss.

It is in this crucial crux of mystery that LIFE and EXCITEMENT is born.

 

– Change your sails,
James Mast

This opportunity will never come again.

When you come across an opportunity, you hesitate.

You are tempted.

You are tempted to put it off.

You tell yourself:

One day I will be able to do that.

But that day will never come.

You are afraid and don’t believe you will be successful, and so you pretend as though you will be capable later.

But this is the biggest lie.

If you cannot do it now, then when?

The only way you will be able to do it right in the future is if you give yourself permission to fuck up now.

Get this:

By throwing away this opportunity, you are actually throwing away two opportunities.

Because in the future, when you come across this situation again, you will be right back where you started!

You will be in the same place, and you will have to overcome your fears all over again.

By throwing this away, you are actually throwing away all future endeavours if the same nature, leaving you right back where you started.

Remind yourself:

This opportunity will never come again.

Perhaps, PERHAPS…one day you will encounter a SIMILAR opportunity…but this one will be gone forever, unless you take it now.

The reason you don’t take it now is because you are afraid of failure.

This is a scarcity mindset.

But what you don’t realize is that scarcity breeds scarcity, and by putting off the risk of failure now, you actually GUARANTEE failure. By failing to act.

You have to give yourself permission to fail.

You have to fuck up to succeed.

If you do nothing, this opportunity will never come again. You will have wasted it.

But by seizing it and possibly fucking it up all to hell, you at least make it easier for yourself in the future.

Because consider this:

You will NEVER do it if you can’t do it now.

One day you MAY have more confidence, but why wait? Why put this off?

The sooner you fuck this opportunity up, the sooner your ONE DAY will come.

You can either fuck this up, or gaurantee failure in the future.

At least by doing it now, you are one step closer to “That Day” when you are finally capable of success at this thing.

START NOW.

START RIGHT NOW. TODAY.

The sooner you do it, the sooner Your Day is coming.

But if you can’t do it now, then when?

If you don’t do it now, you will never do it.

If you can’t do it now, then you will never be able to do it.

And this opportunity will never come again.

What you can’t take away

You can ban me
Beat me
Berate me
Hate me

 

You can laugh at me
You can test me
You can ignore me
You can report me

 

You can take away my money.
You can take away my home.
You can take away my job and all the things that I own.
You can take away your body.
You can take away your time.
You can show me no respect and not leave me a dime.

 

You can shit on all of my achievements,

You can tell me to just give up and quit,

 

 

You can even tell me I’M NOT WORTHY….

 

 

But

 

 

You can’t take away my balls.

Journalism is dead as a profession and the 9/11 connection

Parroting is not journalism.

The Wikipedia definition:

Journalism is the social work and work-craft, and profession (high-level) of reporting on the events, facts, and people that are the “news of the day,” such that a society is “informed,” to some non-trivial degree.

Except journalism is not just reporting.

It used to be legitimate investigation and fact-finding.

I remember reading about Neil Strauss, author of The Game (don’t follow its advice and do this instead). He would go to many interviews with celebrities, and use game techniques like “The Cube” to get them talking and liking him. This would give him more info for a story.

Today we repeatedly see alleged “journalists” simply repeating soundbites and mere “information” from other journalists of their own kind.

Examples:

Nowhere do I see legitimate INVESTIGATION or FACT-FINDING.

I took journalism classes in college. The first one I ever took, I still recall, they told me that the central tenet of being a journalist was presenting THE TRUTH.

But as we can see from GamerGate and countless other examples, the media today are not doing any legitimate work except parroting.

Where is the digging? The unearthing of evidence? The going out and doing custom interviews?

Nearly every media outlet uses the same interviews! They don’t get their own like a real journalist ought to.

Indeed, “journalism” in today’s online media is dead. Now it is simply Impulsive Reporting, with no forethought or questioning taking place.

I would like to see popular news outlets, rather just merely “report,” actually describe the work they did to get the information they are reporting on. Go on their own interviews. Collect their own evidence.

Do their own due diligence so that they can come up with all of the facts.

And yet none of the major news outlets disagree with one another.

It’s almost disturbing how the only dissenting views come from “red pill” or “alternate news” sources. Especially after exposing the 9/11 hoax for myself and finally yielding to the fact that the cover story wasn’t real, it’s clear that even greater things could be amiss.

How did both CNN and BBC get their news in advance?

 

In the above pictures, the World Trade Center Building 7 for both CNN and BBC is being reported as “has collapsed or is collapsing.”

That’s right. They not only use the same words in their reports, but they both report the building’s collapse as it is standing in the background.

Later BBC would claim, after pretending that they had “lost” the original tapes, that they got their news from Reuters.

Great. So we are left to infer that both CNN and BBC falsely reported an obvious lie from the same news source.

Hopefully you see how insidious this is.

From one false report, we get 100 more because they are all just copying, not doing any legitimate investigation of their own.

How easy would it be, then, for the government or any single corrupt agency to introduce a bit of untrue news, and watch it propagate throughout the system?

the network

The Network, drawn by yours truly

Simply “capture” or bribe one source, and watch the rest of the network soak in the same misinformation. Because when nobody is doing their own journalism, they will all just be telling the same story.

It’s human nature. I know.

Oral histories have been delivered down through the centuries.

But our current media system is a perfect example of just how imperfect it all is.

It’s a very real demonstration of how we cannot trust textbooks like the Bible, which was invented by the Church in the same way textbooks are invented by the government to include evolution and omit monumental events like the flu pandemic of 1918.

Is it all an Illuminati conspiracy?

That question is still up for debate. But most likely it’s just a grand-scale example of human error and greed.

Still, it is time for great reform. And it starts with you.

Every one of us must be careful not to repeat what we don’t know for sure. Not to spread rumors. To do our own due diligence and be sure not to believe things until we have real evidence.

The destruction of faith is the beginning of evolution.

The only thing we can have faith in is ourselves.

The Rebel Within

The Rebel is an idea.

The Rebel is what’s emerging beneath the surface. It’s a being, a character you create to replace the old you, the one mired by layers of conditioning and untruth by the world and its media and technology and its ignorant people.

You slowly rebel against the world until you begin to uncover the REAL YOU beneath it all.

It’s the heart of what I made this site about.

 

Beneath it all…beneath all beliefs and systems of thinking that you subscribe to.

You read things on the net and they make sense. They seem to be true. But do not actually know and they provide comfort where you have none.

When you follow a system to think for you, then you have rules and righteous purpose. You have concepts and ideals, such as “saving the world” or changing it to your own vision of utopia, or being too honest, when honesty is not always a virtue. You become consumed with ego or “respect.”

 

These things are all only illusions, designed to distract you from trusting your own intuition and true self.

 

Beneath all the awkward, casual social interactions. Beneath the light, airy, surface world that everyone pretends is real.

Beneath it is the underworld.

It is a red river, a current of distaste.

You are not satisfied with the status quo. You are uncomfortable with your place in it. You want to push the limits.

 

But to be an effective rebel, you must have a REASON. It can’t just be for guts and glory.

Those things will never build your soul.

You’ve got to have a selfish reason to push yourself through the barriers of the System. Your goals, the things you really desire, those are enough at first. You take ahold of them and then you FIGHT.

 

But fighting wears you down after a while, and you run the risk of turning into the enemy.

Deep down, despite all you’ve been told, despite the hard knocks you’ve taken, you are something special.

There’s a power in the background, awaiting your total surrender. It calls to you. It tugs at you like a nightmare every damn day and every time you fail to do what you want to do. What you set out to do.

This thing is NOT the thing that you fight.

This thing is the Rebel.

The Rebel is your emerging soul.

 

Beneath it all, beneath this human shell, you have a heart of rebellion.

You rebel in order to find your soul, the origin of yourself. And then you hold onto that power and don’t let anybody take it from you. And you don’t let imposters like your old self take it either.

You are a rebel to the core.

The best teachers are those who have experienced the same failures

I don’t trust any doctors or psychologists.

Like politicians, they talk talk talk. But what have they done to prove that they are even worth listening to?

While some soft-spoken lunatic provides “therapy” for a client, I’m out here giving tough love to those with serious problems because that’s all that’s needed.

Know what? I’ve been through bipolar disorder.

I’ve beaten obsessive-compulsive disorder, and I’ve even been through borderline personality disorder, along with severe depression, anxiety, paranoia. I’ve had severe mood swings, regularly blown up at people, had manic episodes, been bedridden for days on end, had an unhealthy fear of cops and stayed awake for nights on end unable to sleep because of “entities” in my room, and I’ve been unable to walk into entire rooms because they were “filthy” and my hands had bleeding psoriasis because I kept washing them too much every day.

So next time anybody tells me that I should pity someone, or that I’m being too hard on someone, or that someone needs to be babied and taken care of, then I know that they are an idiot.

Sadly, I’ve also been through my unhealthy but entirely necessary share of “co-dependent” relationships. I know what it’s like to have that MADDENING drive to fix people. To train them. To show them their weaknesses and direct them.

If those people in my life were to talk about me, they would say that they “love me” and how great and wonderful I am, but they probably wouldn’t say the one thing I most would want to hear: that they got better because of me.

“Healthy” relationships are an illusion. You can become strong and healthy while still maintaining leeches. And it’s also mandatory that you learn from these experiences until you can have the strength to go it alone or seek out an equal.

Finding an equal is nearly impossible. You’re better off recognizing one simple thing:

Most people are inherently weak and that will never change.

Once you realize that nobody is listening, that nobody cares about your opinions or struggles, and that most people will never change, it then frees you by abdicating yourself of the responsibility to help or change them.

That’s why I don’t give money to homeless people–they’ve already made the decision to give up in life.

That’s why I don’t buy food or clothes or apartments for women–they’re not little children that need to be fed. They just act like it.

And when anybody–man or woman, parent or girlfriend–calls or texts to complain or inform me of any problem, I do not sypathize or pity or act shocked. Instead, I give advice. I tell them exactly what it is that I know they should do, from my own experience. And do they ever listen? No. They just want to complain.

So 90% of the time I just don’t even respond to complaining or excuses. It falls on deaf ears because I will not enable that behavior, and furthermore I will not let it drag ME down as well.

I’ve seen a lot of talk about “manspeak” and how men always try to solve a woman’s problems, and how they just want a sympathetic ear. Well I don’t really give a fuck.

When you come to me with a problem, you’d better be prepared for some real, practical, actionable advice on how to solve it, because that’s what strong people do. Not just men. It’s what people who are responsible, disciplined, mature, and self-convicted do.

It’s not that I don’t listen or can’t ever empathize. But most people just want to complain or be heard. And as soon as you do that, whatever comes out of your mouth affects your mindset and those around you. When you spill emotional vomit, all it often does is contaminate and pollute.

Better to keep that vomit inside of you, as motivation, and channel it toward a solution or some other constructive thing.

But when you listen to a weak person once, it will only tell them to keep doing it again and again.

A weak person will always self-sabotage whatever you do for them, or they will find someone else to help them.

You are not obligated to anyone.

If you see someone bleeding on the street, sure, call 911 and make sure they’ll live.

But don’t be taking care of people all the time. There’s plenty of people to go around who will do that.

The BEST people to teach are the ones who’ve gone through it all, and came out on top. But unfortunately, most of those people either don’t have the time or patience to teach, or they won’t coddle you like an ignoramus physician will.

My advice for bi-polar disorder? Just be persistent in controlling your moods and being productive. Eventually no one will know when you’re manic.

My advice for obsessive-compulsive disorder? Stop being a baby and let the instrusive thoughts bother you. Touch dirty and germy things and FEEL the devastating uncleanliness and toxicity. Keep torturing yourself until it goes away.

My advice for depression? Stop sleeping and get the fuck out of bed, no matter how shitty you feel.

My advice for anxiety? Do extremely anxiety-inducing things, like getting stopped by police, talking to members of the opposite sex, or take the right non-invasive drugs and then do those things.

My advice for paranoia? Face it. Get through the very things you’re paranoid about. Get in trouble, talk to a bunch of people and be really social. Get yourself kicked out of college parties, arrested, make peace with those nightmarish entities, and fix your mindset.

And that’s the last piece of advice I have for any problem: change your mindset and the way you think.

It’s the way you speak to yourself. When a weak person talks, just tell them to listen to their own bullshit:

“They’re hurting me!”

“I’m a victim!”

“I can’t do this without you!”

“I’m too old to do this!”

“What if the bad thing happens again?”

That’s their problem right there. They do not have an incurable deficit, and they don’t really need help.

They just need to stop being a baby and stop being afraid.

You can teach people until you’re blue in the face, but ultimately their problems usually just stay the same or get even worse.

“What happened to the advice I gave you?” you will ask. “Did you take it?”

“No,” they will say. “I started but stopped, or I just never took it in the first place,” they will inevitably tell you.

I’m not suggesting everybody always needs to listen to my advice. But most of the time people just never solve their problems, or they do it the hard way and luck out.

Right now I could give my parents 100% actionable advice, a perfect blueprint plan for getting into shape. But they won’t listen.

Here’s a story:

My dad just suffered a huge colon obstruction and told me nearly died.

When he told me about it out of the blue, I gave him advice on how to clear the blockage, since I’ve been through similar severe bowel problems before. They call it IBS, but it’s really just the manifestation of an awful diet and poor physical health.

My dad said this happens periodically “for some reason.” This guy also experiences mindblowingly painful kidney stones every 4 years. At the time I was led to believe it was genetic, but now I know better because my dad gets sick a lot.

Though I was tempted to give my dad advice, I didn’t give him a blueprint. He won’t listen. I just told him really quick “some reason = diet” and that was the last text I sent him.

This guy drinks coca-cola every day, is overweight and doesn’t do ANY exercise, doesn’t have sex with his fat wife, and binge-watches TV in his off-time.

It’s no wonder he nearly died of a colon obstruction. The way I look at it, the colon obstruction is just a physical manifestation of his shitty life.

My mom hasn’t lost any weight in years even though I’ve coached her for exercise, given her blueprints on how to lose weight, and checked up on her for accountability. An accountability partner does a weak person absolutely no good if they don’t actually care about being accountable.

In fact, I’m inclined to say that accountability as a concept is 100% worthless because all it does is make you co-dependent. If that person disppears, who’s going to hold you accountable?

That’s why you must learn to be accountable to yourself.

These nerds and psychologists love to talk about stupid and useless solutions, or prescribe life-threatening drugs, but if they really wanted to help people they’d tell them the truth:

Stop being a pussy and face your fears.

Be patient.

Actually fucking DO SOMETHING about the problem.

But hey, I’m no psychologist. My opinion isn’t medical advice. You should just keep listening to advice from your doctor, who wants you to spend more money on those FDA-pushed pharmaceuticals and rip you off. And by all means, don’t take any potentially life-altering drug without consulting him first, so that he can tell you not do it. In fact, don’t do anything useful first without talking to a nerd who went through medical school and never had real problems in his life.

That’s my medical disclaimer.

And in case you don’t believe me, or think I’m being too harsh, just check my About Me page for a pictorial history of how I went from weak to strong.

I rarely get sick or have serious health problems, my mood swings are easily controllable now (although sometimes I let them happen just for fun), I’ve gotten rid of 95% of my acne, I have a ton of energy, and I’m ripped.

I don’t blame the economy, I don’t blame being a “millenial,” I don’t blame my genes, I don’t blame my ugliness, and I don’t blame my parents. It took a while to get there, but I know now that NONE of things are holding me back, and that they are all bullshit excuses that I once used.

If a psycho-analyst REALLY wanted to help someone, you know what they would say?

They’d say:

“Grow the fuck up and start taking responsibility for your problems, you whiny spoiled brat.”

If you really want to fix something, you can.

But if you’re just looking to get taken care of, then there are plenty of chumps out there willing to do that as well.

Just remember that when you leech off of others, you lose yourself in the process. You become weak, and you become a slave.

Man or woman, it’s up to you to fix your problems.

It’s time to grow the fuck up.

Why you are a slave

Without money, you are a slave.

You are a slave to your bosses, the big gorillas whose opinions you care more about and who you can’t be seen undermining. You have to go in on time, wear what they want, and not speak your mind.

You are a slave to your landlord, who calls the rules and shots and can evict you whenever they want. You can’t make too much noise or have too many people over.

You are a slave to your girlfriend, who only has sex with you when she feels like it, which may not be often. You cannot hit on all the pretty girls you see when you and her are out together, wasting time and achieving nothing.

You are a slave to the gym trainers, who will get mad at you for hitting on too many girls in the gym.

You’re a slave to the clothes you wear. You can’t buy the new ones you want because you can’t afford it.

You’re a slave to the food you eat. You can’t afford the organic meats and vegetables that you need, so you are forced to buy all the toxic food that America has for sale.

You’re a slave to lawsuits and police. You can’t afford to break the law, even on accident, because it would ruin you.

But the good news is that money solves all of these problems.

With money, you don’t need a boss. You can tell him where to shove it and go to work any damn time you fucking please.

With money, you can live wherever you want and set the rules. If you’re evicted it doesn’t matter. There’s a million places to live out there.

With money, you can have as many girls as you want. Sky’s the limit because you have the time and freedom to find them, and your confidence and money will attract women.

With money, you can buy the best foods and the best clothes. In turn you can use your newfound energy and status to produce even more money, and live like a king.

You can pay off whoever you want and whatever you want and you have unlimited options. The world is at your disposal.

But to get there, you must climb the uphill battle. You must start with nothing and build up from there.

It is a simple and easy process, but only if you treat it that way. You must endure above all. You must simply persist and not give up. Not succumb to video games, or TV, or porn, or just become complacent at your job.

You must always push the boundaries every single day, until you no longer care what people think of you.

Then you will become successful.

Once again, the hardest thing you are doing right now is holding back.

The numbers game

The reality that successful people know is that everything in life is a numbers game.

This is a hard lesson to understand but it is also a great divider between the top performers and the strugglers.

Extremism is the only pragmatic approach. Think about it.

Think right now about how many attempts is too many. Is there a limit? And is that limit a physical limit, or is it just made up in your own mind?

You’ll likely find that this limit is entirely fabricated. You made it up. It isn’t real and it’s just based on what someone else said.

The only reason you hold back is because of conditioning–guilt, conscience, superego, shame, etc.

Throughout my life I’ve had the misfortune of running across a lot of negative people. Negative people are really just people with limits.

One time I expressed at work that I felt zero pity for homeless people because they do nothing to improve their situation, and I would never be like them.

Then a Christian zealot and a black woman turned on me and said I needed to feel pity for them because God might put me down and I would be like them one day.

I said, point blank, “That will never happen to me.” And I left.

She couldn’t look me in the eye after that and she never showed up to work again.

Of course back when I had limiting beliefs, such as the belief that I was always doing something wrong, then they would manifest.

In particular I once had a belief that hitting on girls was a bad thing. So I would only reinforce this with what I projected.

Once I approached a 30-year-old blond woman who yelled at me.

“Stop approaching people!” she snapped. “Do you want me to report you?”

At the time I felt such extreme shame. It was my worst fear manifested; the fear of getting into “trouble.”

I was bedridden for weeks. I slowly lost the ability to talk to ANY girls. This woman had broken through to my greatest insecurity. I had a couple more incidents after that involving police, but of course since I hadn’t broken any laws nothing happened.

But now that my belief is gone, people never “threaten” me this way.

What I had to learn the hard way is that everything is a numbers game, and there is no limit. The more numbers you play, the more options you have.

This is what successful people know that the negative nellies don’t. Because everyone and their dog that isn’t successful is a negative nellie.

They have limits.

These people are limited, and so when you approach them for whatever reason, they cannot comprehend a reality other than the path laid out for them.

The girl that rejects you and throws a fit has no idea what the reality of the numbers game is. She literally cannot comprehend that even though she is not interested, millions of other women are.

She is an idiot with no concept of how the real world works.
What’s funny is that many girls are still polite or even outright flirty with me, and tell me “there are plenty of other girls out there to talk to.”

And the ones who are rude are not representative. In fact, they probably have worse problems than the average person.

They clearly don’t understand success, or else they would be successful.

What that woman told me to “stop approaching people,” she was actually telling me: give up because you’re not good enough.

There are a few lucky bastards who grew up in privilege or with some kind of talent or looks. But that doesn’t guarantee wild success. It might just grant them passive success, which you can beat if you play the numbers (gain experience).

To get to level of those born lucky or with great talent, you will have to fight an uphill battle and go to extremes to get the same or greater level of experience.

Face the numbers. Get told that you are going to fail.

Or, worse, that you are not good enough for success.

But if you persist, you too can have success. And when you’re taking a hot girl you just met home then that one stupid bitch who wrecked you long ago can shove it up her legalistic asshole.

Just because one girl doesn’t want you is no guarantee that the next one doesn’t want your services.

The numbers game applies to all things in life, including friends and careers. There is plenty of opportunity out there for you.

Just remember that most people are stupid, narcissistic, entitled, and ignorant, and they will all assume that if THEY don’t want you, then nobody else would, either.

These people are all complete morons, and you know better.

Keep in mind that many people will also assume great things about you and wonder why anybody else can’t see your greatness.

At the end of the day, who gives a fuck.

Just hit those numbers and put yourself first.

What we can learn from Satan

satan is a myth

I frequently hear “God told me to do XXX.

Well, Satan told me to have pride and rebel against authority and make yourself your own god.

I’d pick Satan any day. And I’ll get to why in a moment.

The myths of the Bible

Now Satan is a largely misunderstood myth. His name was never “Lucifer.” Lucifer is a misnomer that actually described Nebuchadnezzar, notorious king of Babylon. Satan was never a being of Light in the Bible.

From the Bible, “satan” was actually an office or title held. A “Satan” would be deployed by God as an agent of disaster, an “accuser,” such as in the book of Job.

That said the Bible is a hugely mistranslated book. It is a compilation of stories, letters and poems later referenced by the alleged Jesus Christ, with notable internal fulfilled prophesies, much later put together by the ancient church.

Just common sense thinking can determine the obvious problems in this. Namely, the original Old Testament is not the same as the Torah, and many notable historical documents are not included and chalked up as “apocrypha” including highly controversial books like the Book of Enoch, which doesn’t exist in the modern Bible but is actually referenced by Jesus!

Much of it can be taken as metaphor and applied to your life, but the idea that the “Bible” is a book “breathed” by God is ridiculous. It’s ridiculous because only a fool can surmise a book rife with obvious metaphor and parallels and parables–since even Jesus spoke in fictional parables–and only a fool can attest that the book is all-literal truth.

What other book out there can attest to be full-literary and inerrant truth?

Even worse is that the same Christians who claim the “innerancy” of God’s Word can’t even agree on what is “canonical” in “Scripture” and what is not, and they even ignore historical inconsistencies present in their own version of the Bible.

With all that said, the modern Bible is English translation, further paving the road for horrible mistranslations.

I once stepped into the library and read the first page of 10 different copies of Dante’s Inferno. Written in Italian, the book is then forced to be written into English as the author sees fit, with its own form of poetic language, descriptors, and rhyming schemes.

Reading through these copies, I felt like I was presented 10 different poems. Each one was staggeringly different, with varying meaning, and it was hard to select which one to read as the “definitive” text.

Needless to say, translating a work creates a torrent of altered meaning. It is not the original work.

The Bible was written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek. Anyone who has studied Latin knows full-well the difficulty of the language. Greek is purported to be easier than Latin, but often requires Latin knowledge to get started with. The translations we use today alter the meaning entirely.

Not only are we getting hearsay writings from ancient writers in the Greek language that have been tampered with in unimaginable and unknowable ways by the Catholic church, but then these writings are further corrupted and changed by multiple translations into English.

Simply put, the Bible we have today is not at all the Bible that was originally written, which itself likely is further altered from what the authors wrote. And as I said, can you always trust an author?

Lastly, highly significant Biblical perspectives completely alter the entire religion. While many Christians are notable for believing in the End Times and eventual Return of Christ, myself noticing world events leading to a World War III with Muslims which is ostensibly predicted by the Bible, the truth is that without a bias the natural and logical interpretation of purportedly “apocalyptic” books like the famous Revelations turn out to be indicative of very local events far in the past (preterism).

Many lifelong, hard-studying Christians still don’t accept the fact that there is no singular Antichrist, as “anti-christ” was a counter-movement against Christianity back in the final days of the Roman Empire, that the “Beast” mentioned in the Bible during the end times is not the Antichrist, that the “Tribulation” refers not to the end of the world but to the impending active persecution of Christians across the Roman Empire, and that Emperor Nero was in fact the “Beast” in Revelations heralding the infamous number “666.”

I bet you never knew that.

The obvious and totally undeniable truth is that the “Bible” as we have it today is a foreign history textbook, cherry-picked and translated with an agenda. That is all fact.

Keeping all of this fallibility in mind for the “Bible,” is it any surprise that “Satan” as an actual entity simply does not exist?

The myths of Satan

Satan was an office for angels, appointed by God, and the story of his “fall” is a fabrication pulled together from multiple unrelated references across the book. Which is to say there is no basis for a primary evil in the Bible, less one known as Satan.

Like most of the Bible, Satan is a myth perpetuated and altered over time.

The idea of a fiery red horned demon is not and never was in the Bible. It was entirely made up in the Renaissance.
The concept of “Satan” is a testament to the power of myth and memes.

We have powerful concepts people still believe in like demons, the End Times, the Antichrist, Slenderman, 9/11 as a terrorist attack, and HIV that have spread through the culture and become immortalized.

Now when we consider Satan, we see him as a deceptive being of great intelligence and power that works through the world, tempting people and managing demons and ostensibly a demon of great light, handsome and beautiful as an angel but ultimately driving the world toward sin and away from God.

A “deal with the Devil” is where one takes a great risk for power but loses his soul, and perhaps his future.

What we can learn from the historical thoughtform, or legend of Satan is what people harbor as truth in human nature.

People invent obstinate myths based on deep-embedded fears or truths within themselves.

Satan is actually a reflection of yourself.

He is the lying, cheating, tempting selfish bastard.

He is also a true Rebel.

He had the ultimate act of overconfidence and self-belief.

Think about it.

Satan defied God, who had omnipotence–that’s ALL-powerful–who sees and hears all, who even CREATED Satan himself. Satan still has the pride and conviction to declare HIMSELF not just as an equal to God, but as a future successor.

Unlike all of the Christians who want to “be like God” and “FEAR God” and “be humbled by God” and “FOLLOW God”–Satan throws all of this out.

With unmitigated audacity and shameless irony the Devil takes the place of God his Creator, and becomes his own God, going so far as to tempt God’s own son in the flesh.

What we can learn from this attitude is the power in thinking BIG, defying authority and making OURSELVES our own authority, and of course rebelling against our creators.

Many of us have yet to rebel against our creators. Made in the image of our parents, TV, and government-funded education and cultural memetics, we have yet to rebel against the ideas that bred us into conditioned slaves. And the rebellion will not be easy.

But we’re going to do it. And thus we become like Satan, inheriting the world and achieving great power.

There is a reason people secretly love, but fear Satan.

It is his power, and, yes, his audacity. It is the fear of what will be unleashed when we stop holding back.

There is a devil in all of us, just waiting to break out. And that is why we all speak of devils whispering in our ears and devils tempting us.

There is a Devil inside you. He wants to break out, but he is being covered by the submissive slave.

You must destroy the facade and become the rebel within if you wish to succeed.

 

The Apple

The Hammer and the Brush

Do not mistake the hammer for power. The hammer is authority, and stamps out the weak who passively follow. It is only a matter of time before the hammer is broken, it’s head chopped off the wooden base.

The hammer knows no subtlety. It will swing until it breaks its target.

The brush is true power, the ability to ensure life bends to the artist, who knows just the right strokes and does not press too harshly nor too gently.

His power comes from his intuition, the heart of creativity.

 

Eve’s Deception

And so it would be from then on that the woman would deceive the man, for she took the forbidden fruit and made Adam eat it. She was deceived by her own naive nature but her animal instincts betrayed her cunning.

Man is inspired by woman, the designated helper. But she can cut the legs off a man as God cut the legs off of the Snake.

 

The truth about Samson and Delilah

Delilah cut Samson’s hair, sapping his great strength.

She seduced him on three levels.

Delilah made Samson give up his semen, and thus his strength and vitality was drained.

His hair, another source of mystical energy, was cut.

And for her deception Samson lost his legs.

 

The Seed of Man

The truth is that women desire to steal the seed of men for their own impregnation. Women all desire to be impregnated by a strong man and are constantly testing his strength to prove that his seed is worthy.

But semen is also a source of great power. Consider why women beg for cum and want an orgasm within them, not without.

Also consider that any recipient or instigator of climax reports a great happiness or joviality afterward.

Stop and think about the very simple energetic equation of why this is so.

 

The Apple’s Forbidden Knowledge

The Forbidden Knowledge that Adam lost when he partook of the Apple is the same Super Strength that Sampson lost when he was tricked by Delilah.

Assuming you are 100% man, and sperm is 50% of a new being, what might occur should you choose to keep it?

 

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