Everybody has their different points of view, but I have found the research of Jasun Horsley to be extremely valuable. You can read his excellent essays at auticulture.com. We’re both based in Canada, both from the UK originally, and about the same age. He has gone through a lot of cult beliefs and interests, some of them identical to mine. He has collected together a vast amount of information, following the leads of past researchers also, which documents the nature of the power elite–with its networks of abusers and social engineers. Now with the coronavirus situation, the whole world is experiencing the full impact of our cultural conditioning through entertainment and news media.
As I’ve mentioned, I think it’s necessary for people who are like-minded and who have common values and perspectives to resist the negative emotional and economic effects of this psychological warfare we are experiencing, and to network and support each other in whatever ways are possible.
Jasun lives in British Columbia. Please find out how you can assist him in self-publishing his next book on the role Hollywood has played in dominating our minds and our view of the world:
Help Bring 16 Maps of Hell to Light:
Mapping the hidden underworld of Hollywood and the entertainment industry to expose the cultural implant that has hijacked our consciousness and re-access the joy of the life force. . . .
For his published books, you can go here: https://auticulture.com/multimedia/books/
I’m just mentioning three of his more recent books, which he recommends. One of them is Seen and Not Seen which I haven’t read yet. And these are the other two:
Prisoner of Infinity includes an examination of the New Age spiritual teachings and UFO culture that has had a significant impact on our culture. I was very interested in this book because of its focus on cults and the occult. The author recounts his experiences with the teachings of Whitley Strieber and Carlos Castaneda. It was obvious to me that Strieber, along with all the apparent fantasy, was trying to tell his readers about memories of being part of military and psychological experimentation.
The writer also analyzes the propaganda of the Space program, the social engineering programs of Changing Images of Man, the Aquarian Conspiracy, the Esalen Institute and the writings of Jeffrey Kripal. Horsley’s focus on psychology is very interesting. Ultimately I think he exposes the message coming from these circles that seems to justify the use of trauma in order to force disassociative states, counterfeit spirituality and so-called evolution in humans– also known as transhumanism.
I’ve started to read Vice of Kings and it is fascinating. It concerns the modern history of Fabian socialism, how it was transferred to the American elite also, its relationship to the occult and theosophy, the original New Age circles of Huxley and others, the intelligence networks that intensely shaped and funded modern culture (such as the Congress for Cultural Freedom), including what I consider false opposition by celebrities who appeared to represent conservative values. A lot of the time we are given what we want to hear in order to appease us–usually lies mixed with truth, but sometimes even a lot of truth–this is how the system operates to deceive us.
A large part of the book concerns his family history, their business connections, the Fabian networks, the social engineering of Tavistock and many groups, including one called “Mass Observation” which studied British social habits intently. He covers the saga of Jimmy Savile and related figures. Much of the book deals with the real facts about Aleister Crowley–who has been a major influence in modern culture.
Jasun Horsley puts together a lot of facts and connections. I recommend reading the books I mentioned and supporting him with his new project on Hollywood: https://auticulture.com/liminalist/16-maps-of-hell-campaign/