profane but enlightened
Keeping Happiness at Arm’s Length
In “The Illuminati’s Secret Weapon – Sin,” Henry Makow places spiritual war waged against humanity in clear relief. Makow quotes Harold Rosenthal, an aide to Sen. Jacob Javits in the seventies, who revealed in pamphlet, “The Hidden Tyranny“ : “The very moment you seek happiness outside yourselves, you become our willing servants.” Rosenthal murdered, supposedly, for leaking esoteric knowledge of the Illuminati. There is also question as to authenticity of the pamphlet. Nonetheless, Rosenthal’s pamphlet made a simple yet powerful insight, it revealed crux of the matter for humanity – its flawed pursuit of happiness!
Perhaps, the realization would come, if a moment were taken to step back and reflect, happiness cannot be bought. The pursuit of happiness in the material world will always seem just beyond arm’s reach – and when you think you’ve finally got it – come up empty every time. The only fate assured for seeking fulfillment in material goods – one of debt slaves. Rosenthal observed: “Your people never realize that we offer them only worthless baubles that cannot bring fulfillment. They procure one and consume it and are not filled. We present another. We have an infinite number of outward distractions, to the extent that life cannot again turn inward to find its definite fulfillment. You have become addicted to our medicine through which we have become your absolute masters…”
“We have converted the people to our philosophy of getting and acquiring so that they will never be satisfied. A dissatisfied people are pawns in our game of world conquest. Thus, they are always seeking and never able to find satisfaction. The very moment they seek happiness outside themselves, they become our willing servants.”
The present writer couldn’t agree more with Makow: “Forget about the Patriot Act and the NSA. Our enslavement takes a much more subtle and pervasive form. Truly, we are unconscious victims of a diabolical spiritual attack.” What’s so diabolical about seeking happiness outside of oneself, is the doctrine’s pure simplicity and effectiveness. It’s unnecessary to fully forsake material world, but only meet your true needs. People are already fully realized beings, there’s no need for ego boosts and instant gratification in the outside world! You will find by turning to your inner spirit and connection to the world, you can get satisfaction!