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Conspirators' Hierarchy: The Story Of The Committee of 300 by Dr. John Coleman
page 43 in Conspirator's Hierarchy: Committee of 300 by John Coleman
"What we face today is not only the loss of our freedom and the very fabric of our nation, but far worse, the possibility of the loss of our souls. The steady chipping away at the foundation upon which this republic rests has left an empty void, which satanists and cultists are rushing to fill with their synthetic soul material. This truth is difficult to accept and appreciate because there was nothing SUDDEN about these events. Were a sudden shock to hit us, a cultural and religious shock, we would be shaken out of our apathy."
[ DR. LAMOTT: There are two possibilities. One: The person who wrote this book is your murderer and acted out the killing described in ritualistic, literal detail. Two: Someone who wants to do the person who wrote this book harm, read the book and enacted the killing described to incriminate the writer. NICK: What if the writer did it? What are we dealing with? DR. LAMOTT: You're dealing with a devious, diabolical mind. This book must have been written at least six months in advance, maybe years before it was published. That means the writer planned the crime, at least in the subconscious, back then. The fact that the writer carried it out indicates psychopathic obsessive behavior in terms not only of the killing itself, but in terms of applied advance defense mechanism. GUS: Most times I can't tell shit from shinola Doc. What was all that you just said? BETH: She anticipates the book to be her best alibi. DR. LAMOTT: Correct. BETH: She's going to say; Do you think I'd be dumb enough to kill anyone in the exact way I've described in my book? I wouldn't do that because I'd know I'd be a suspect. NICK: What if it's not the writer? What if it's someone who read the book? DR. LAMOTT: You're dealing then with someone so obsessed, that he or she is willing to kill an irrelevant and innocent victim to place the blame on the person who wrote this book. We are talking about deep-seated, obsessional hatred; an utter lack of sense of proportion or perspective. GUS: We've got a top-of-the-line, once-in-a-lifetime loony-tune either way you cut it - that's what you're saying, right Doc? DR. LAMOTT: You're dealing with someone very dangerous and very ill.]
"But gradualism - which is what Fabianism is, does nothing to raise the alarm. Because the vast majority of Americans can see no MOTIVATION for the things I have described, they cannot accept it, and so the conspiracy is scorned and often mocked. By creating chaos through presenting hundreds of daily choices our people have to make, we have come down to a position where, unless motivation can be clearly shown, all information is rejected.
This is both the weak and the strong link in the conspiratorial chain. Most thrust aside anything that has no motive (MOTIVATION), so the conspirators feel safe behind the ridicule poured upon those who point to the coming crisis in our nation and our individual lives."
page 111, Don Juan says in Carlos Castaneda's The Active Side of Infinity:
I asked don Juan: "But why is it the sorcerers of ancient Mexico and all sorcerers today, although they see the predators, don't do anything about it?"
"There's nothing you and I can do about it," don Juan said in a grave sad voice. "All we can do is discipline ourselves to the point where they will not touch us. How can you ask your fellow men to go through those rigors of discipline? They'll laugh and make fun of you, and the more aggressive ones will beat the shit out of you. And not so much because they don't believe it. Down in the depths of every human being there's an ancestral visceral knowledge about the predators' existence."
"This predator," don Juan said, "which of course is an inorganic being, is not altogether invisible to us, as other inorganic beings are. I think as children we do see it and decide it's so horrific we don't want to think about it. Children of course could insist on focusing on the sight, but everybody else around them dissuades them from doing so.
"The only alternative left for mankind," he continued, "is discipline. Discipline is the only deterrent. But by discipline I don't mean harsh routines. I don't mean waking up every morning at five-thirty and throwing cold water on yourself until you're blue. Sorcerers understand discipline as the capacity to face with serenity odds that are not included in our expectations. For them discipline is an art: the art of facing infinity without flinching, not because they are strong and tough but because they are filled with awe."
"In what way would the sorcerers' discipline be a deterrent?" I asked.
"Sorcerers say discipline makes the glowing coat of awareness unpalatable to the flyer," don Juan said, scrutinizing my face as though to discover any signs of disbelief. "The result is the predators become
bewildered. An inedible glowing coat of awareness is not part of their cognition I suppose. After being bewildered they don't have any recourse other than refraining from continuing their nefarious task.
"When the predators don't eat our glowing coat of awareness for a while," he went on, "it'll keep on growing. Simplifying this matter to the extreme, I can say sorcerers by means of their discipline push the predators away long enough to allow their glowing coat of awareness to grow beyond the level of their toes. Once it goes beyond the level of the toes, it grows back to its natural size. The sorcerers of ancient Mexico used to say the glowing coat of awareness is like a tree. When it is not pruned it grows to its natural size and volume. As awareness reaches levels higher than the toes, tremendous maneuvers of perception become a matter of course.
"The grand trick of those sorcerers of ancient times," don Juan continued, "was to burden the flyers' mind with discipline. They found when they taxed the flyers' mind with inner silence, the foreign installation would flee, giving to any one of the practitioners involved in this maneuver, the total certainty of the mind's foreign origin. The foreign installation comes back I assure you, but not as strong, and a process begins in which the fleeing of the 'flyers' mind becomes routine, until one day it flees permanently."
"What-what-what do you mean," I heard myself say, "by taxing the flyers' mind?"
"Discipline taxes the foreign mind to no end," he replied. "So through their discipline, sorcerers vanquish the foreign installation."
"The flyers' mind flees forever," he said, "when a sorcerer succeeds in grabbing on to the vibrating force that holds us together as a conglomerate of energy fields. When a sorcerer maintains that pressure long enough, the flyers' mind flees in defeat. And that's exactly what you are going to do: hold on to the energy that binds you together."
Don Juan looked at me from head to toe. "You are fearing the wrath of God aren't you?" he said. "Rest assured, that's not your fear. It's the flyers' fear because it knows you will do exactly as I'm telling you."
His words did not calm me at all. I felt worse. I was actually convulsing involuntarily, and I had no means to stop it.
"Don't worry," don Juan said calmly. "I know for a fact those attacks wear off very quickly. The flyer's mind has no concentration whatsoever."
After a moment everything stopped as don Juan had predicted. To say again I was bewildered is a euphemism. This was the first time ever, with don Juan or alone in my life, I didn't know whether I was coming or going. I wanted to get out of the chair and walk around but was deathly afraid. I was filled with rational assertions and at the same time with an infantile fear. I began to breathe deeply as a cold perspiration covered my entire body. I had somehow unleashed on myself a most godawful sight: black fleeting shadows jumping all around me wherever I turned.
I closed my eyes and rested my head on the arm of the stuffed chair. "I don't know which way to turn don Juan," I said. "Tonight, you have really succeeded in getting me lost."
"You're being torn by an internal struggle," don Juan said. "Down in the depths of you, you know you are incapable of refusing the agreement an indispensable part of you, your glowing coat of awareness, is going to serve as an incomprehensible source of nourishment to, naturally, incomprehensible entities. And another part of you will stand against this situation with all its might.
"The sorcerers' revolution," he continued, "is they refuse to honor agreements in which they did not participate. Nobody ever asked me whether I would consent to be eaten by beings of a different kind of awareness. My parents just brought me into this world to be food like themselves, and that's the end of the story."
Gurdjieff teaches in P.D. Ouspensky's In Search Of The Miraculous:
"But in order to be able to attain this or at least begin to attain it, a man must die, that is, he must free himself from a thousand petty attachments and identifications which hold him in the position in which he is. He is attached to everything in his life, attached to his imagination, attached to his stupidity, attached even to his sufferings, possibly to his sufferings more than to anything else. He must free himself from this attachment.
Attachment to things, identification with things, keep alive a thousand useless I's in a man. These I's must die in order that the big I (true Individuality) may be born. But how can they be made to die? They do not
want to die. It is at this point the possibility of awakening comes to the rescue.
To awaken means to realize one's nothingness, that is, to realize one's complete and absolute mechanicalness and one's complete and absolute helplessness. And it is not sufficient to realize it philosophically in words. It is necessary to realize it in clear, simple, and concrete facts, in one's own facts. When a man begins to know himself a little he will see in himself many things that are bound to horrify him. So long as a man is not horrified at himself he knows nothing about himself.
A man who has seen in himself something that horrifies him, decides to throw it off, stop it, put an end to it. But however many efforts he makes he feels he cannot do this, that everything remains as it was. Here he will see his impotence his helplessness and his nothingness; or again, when he begins to know himself, a man sees he has nothing his own, that is, all he has regarded as his own, his views, thoughts, convictions, tastes, habits, even faults and vices, all these are not his own but have been either formed through imitation or borrowed from somewhere ready-made. In feeling this, a man may feel his nothingness. And in feeling his nothingness, a man should see himself as he really is, not for a second, not for a moment, but constantly, never forgetting it.
"This continual consciousness of his nothingness and of his helplessness will eventually give a man the courage to 'die,' that is, to die not merely mentally, or in his consciousness, but to die in fact, and to renounce actually and forever those aspects of himself which are either unnecessary from the point of view of his inner growth or which hinder it. These aspects are first of all his 'false I,' and then all the fantastic ideas about his 'individuality,' 'will,' 'consciousness,' 'capacity to do,' his powers, initiative, determination, and so on.
"But in order to see a thing always, one must first of all see it even when only for a second. All new powers and capacities of realization come, always in one and the same way:
at first they appear in the form of flashes at rare and short moments; afterwards they appear more often and last longer, until finally, after very long work, they become permanent. The same thing applies to awakening. It is impossible to awaken completely all at once. One must first begin to awaken for short moments.
But one must die all at once, and forever, after having made a certain effort, having surmounted a certain obstacle, having taken a certain decision, from which there is no going back. This would be difficult even impossible for a man, were it not for the slow, gradual awakening which precedes it.
"But there are a thousand things which prevent a man from awakening, which keep him in the power of his dreams. In order to act consciously with the intention of awakening, it is necessary to know the nature of the forces which keep man in a state of sleep.
"First of all it must be realized, the sleep in which man exists is not normal but hypnotic sleep. Man is hypnotized, and this hypnotic state is continually maintained and strengthened in him. One would think there are forces for whom it is useful and profitable to keep man in a hypnotic state, and prevent him from seeing the truth and understanding his position.
"In so-called 'occult' literature you have probably met with the expression 'Kundalini,' 'the fire of Kundalini,' or the 'serpent of Kundalini.' This expression is often used to designate some kind of strange force which is present in man and which can be awakened. But none of the known theories gives the right explanation of the force of Kundalini. Sometimes it is connected with sex, with sex energy, that is, with the idea of the possibility of using sex energy for other purposes. This latter is entirely wrong because Kundalini can be in anything.
And above all, Kundalini is not anything desirable or useful for man's development. It is very curious how these occultists have got hold of the word from somewhere but have completely altered its meaning and from a very dangerous and terrible thing have made something to be hoped for and to be awaited as some blessing.
"In reality Kundalini is the power of imagination, the power of fantasy, which takes the place of a real function. When a man dreams instead of acting, when his dreams take the place of reality, when a man imagines himself to be an eagle, a lion, or a magician, it is the force of Kundalini acting in him.
Kundalini can act in all centers and with its help all the centers can be satisfied with the imaginary instead of the real.
A sheep which considers itself a lion or a magician lives under the power of Kundalini.
"Kundalini is a force put into men in order to keep them in their present state. Could men to really see their true position and understand all the horror of it, they would be unable to remain where they are, even for one second. They would begin to seek a way out and they would quickly find it, because there is a way out; but men fail to see it simply because they are hypnotized. Kundalini is the force that keeps them in a hypnotic state. 'To awaken' for man means to be 'dehypnotized.' In this lies the chief difficulty and in this also lies the guarantee of its possibility, for there is no organic reason for sleep and man can awaken.
"Theoretically he can, but practically it is almost impossible because as soon as a man awakens for a moment and opens his eyes, all the forces that caused him to fall asleep begin to act upon him with tenfold energy and he immediately falls asleep again, very often dreaming he is awake or is awakening.
"There are certain states in ordinary sleep in which a man wants to awaken, but cannot. He tells himself he is awake, but in reality he continues to sleep—and this can happen several times before he finally awakes. But in ordinary sleep, once he is awake, he is in a different state; in hypnotic sleep the case is otherwise; there are no objective characteristics, at any rate, not at the beginning of awakening; a man cannot pinch himself in order to make sure he is not asleep. And when, God forbid!, a man has heard anything about objective characteristics, Kundalini at once transforms it all into imagination and dreams.
"Only a man who fully realizes the difficulty of awakening can understand the necessity of long and hard work in order to awake.
"Speaking in general, what is necessary to awake a sleeping man? A good shock is necessary. But when a man is fast asleep one shock is not enough. A long period of continual shocks is needed.
page 140 - 141
"As a matter of fact he is of course unable to do anything of the kind because not only has he no control over things outside himself but he has no control even over things within himself. This last must be very clearly understood and assimilated; at the same time it must be understood, control over things begins with control over things in ourselves, with control over ourselves. A man who cannot control himself, or the course of things within himself, can control nothing.
"In what way can control be attained?
"The technical part of this is explained by the law of octaves. Octaves can develop consecutively and continuously in the desired direction when 'additional shocks' enter them at the moments necessary, that is, at the moments when vibrations slow down. When 'additional shocks' do not enter at the necessary moments, octaves change their direction. (meaning they don't follow your plan, you have to work your plan because chaos will ensue, and accidental things occur, unless you notice the slowing down of vibrations and speed it up with a shock in the direction you are moving, you will lose the tempo...then you'll need to start over again. So to keep it going in the direction you are heading, notice the vibrations and appropriately work them. Shock it!)
To entertain hopes of accidental 'shocks' coming from somewhere by themselves at the moments necessary, is of course out of the question. There remains for a man the choice of either finding a direction for his activities which corresponds to the mechanical line of events of a given moment, in other words, of 'going where the wind blows' or 'swimming with the stream' even when this contradicts his inner inclinations, convictions and sympathies, or of reconciling himself to the failure of everything he starts out to do;
or, he can learn to recognize the moments of the 'intervals' in all lines of his activity, and learn to create the 'additional shocks,' in other words, learn to apply to his own activities the method which cosmic forces make use of in creating 'additional shocks' at the moments necessary.
"The possibility of artificial, that is, specially created, 'additional shocks' gives a practical meaning to the study of the law of octaves and makes this study obligatory and necessary when a man desires to step out of the role of passive spectator of that which is happening to him and around him.
"The 'man-machine' can do nothing. To him and around him everything happens. In order to do it is necessary to know the law of octaves, to know the moments of the 'intervals' and be able to create necessary 'additional shocks.'
"It is only possible to learn this in a school, that is to say, in a rightly organized school which follows all esoteric traditions. Without the help of a school a man by himself can never understand the law of octaves, the points of the 'intervals,' and the order of creating 'shocks.' He cannot understand because certain conditions are necessary for this purpose, and these conditions can only be created in a school which is itself created upon these principles. (from what I have learned, in the ever changing ways of life, you have your school, it's inside you. Go there and learn. Everything then, inside and outside, is your teacher. You must be serious though. Otherwise, ha, find a school. Albeit, even in a school, you might learn nothing. It's up to you. When you're serious, you can do it. Start with Inner Silence.)
"How a school is created on the principles of the law of octaves will be explained in due course. And this in its turn will explain to you one aspect of the union of the law of seven with the law of three. In the meantime it can be said only that in school teaching, a man is given examples of both descending (creative) and ascending (or evolutionary) cosmic octaves. Western thought, knowing neither about octaves nor about the law of three, confuses the ascending and the descending lines and does not understand that the line of evolution is opposed to the line' of creation, that is to say, it goes against it as though against the stream.