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Our spiritual battle against the globalists


HAVE the battles we are in, for truth, for our freedoms, to assert our personal worth and value, originated in electrical sparks of the human brain, or are they spiritual in origin?

Part and parcel of being human is to have errant thoughts and motives. But we know when we stray from decent morality, or we agree to a lie, or subjugate ourselves to something we know we should stand against. We know that the excuses we use to cover for our behaviour are fraudulent, but use them anyway to persuade ourselves that, at the very least, we have made a reasonable compromise. It’s called conscience.

But what of the people who perpetrate the lies that we are often forced to agree with, or subjugate ourselves to? What makes them tick, and do things that adversely affect billions?

These are the people who go to annual conflabs in Davos, who advise governments, who run multi-billion-dollar conglomerates, who benefit from lucrative Big Pharma funding, who hide under the cloak of bureaucratic office, who are members of secretive globalist clubs. They steer the agendas and decisions that affect all our lives through the influence they wield over national and international politicians and political policy makers.

What makes this group of global influencers and their puppet politicians buy into the ideas of the handful of deviants who come up with trans-humanism, the 4th industrial revolution, the Great Reset, 15-minute cities, fraudulent global catastrophes et al?

Where do thoughts originate, and what makes them good or bad? Where does inherent understanding of good and evil, right and wrong, come from, and why is it for some that these concepts are inverted?

My Christian beliefs tell me there is something beyond the grasp of man, outside of our limited dimensional awareness of length, depth, height and time. The 12th century Jewish rabbi Moses Maimonides in his book The Guide for the Perplexed alludes to a ten-dimensional universe, four knowable and six unknowable, using the book of Genesis as the basis for his assertions.  

Science is now catching up with the Bible, and tells us we live in a universe of ten dimensions, with only the four I mentioned being measurable. As with the rest of the Bible, where the sceptical and atheists pour scorn on its contents, archaeology and science are playing catch-up, and as more is discovered, the more the Bible is confirmed as true.

Its physical construct is not what make a mobile phone tick, it’s the software that makes it function. Sure, the hardware can make it operate faster, but with no software the phone has no purpose. That software has no weight or tangible physical presence, and the information it contains has no physical measure – the phone and memory card weigh the same whether they contain zero or maximum data. Similarly, our bodies and brain capacity are not the things that give us being. It is our unmeasurable spirit that give us existence. 

Everything we see is an illusion, mostly space that is clouded by electrons dancing around the nuclei of atoms. Our bodies are 99.999999 per cent space, made up of seven octillion atoms (seven with 27 zeros following). The unmeasurable spiritual dimension is the reality of our being, and the physical is the tent in which we have our current, temporal existence. 

Without our spiritual spark, we are just a body with no soul, no character, no meaning, and no future, subject to action through random electrical brain activity.

That is exactly how the globalists who wish to take over the strings of control want us to think of ourselves – as time-limited commodities with no intrinsic value, conceived by chance and ending with oblivion; the weaklings who must subjugate themselves to the control of the strong, and whose only fulfilling meaning in life is to be part of a controlled, global-scale, human machine.

Because your essence of existence is not electrical charges firing off different parts of your brain, but you are a spiritual being, with an independent, personal force, you can know right from wrong, truth from lies, and can originate ideas and arguments, have self-control, and overcome the inherent selfishness of the human condition and the laziness that can sometimes give in to the force and lies of others.

Many will rail against the idea of life being anything but a chance cosmic happening, exclusively a chemical, electrical and physical combination. This fascinating interview with Dr James Tour puts the futile efforts of scientists to generate life from a chemical soup, and the concept of evolution, into perspective.  In the words of John Betjeman in his poem Myfanwy at Oxford: ‘Freud or Calvary? Take your choice.’ 

But I rather like what Dr David Berlinski, in his book The Devil’s Delusion: Atheism and Its Scientific Pretensions, has to say about the desperate attempts of an atheistic scientific huddle to disprove God and give credence to the impossibility of some kind of chance, spontaneous eruption of life out of inanimate substance: ‘Has anyone provided proof of God’s inexistence? Not even close. Has quantum cosmology explained the emergence of the universe or why it is here? Not even close. Have our sciences explained why our universe seems to be fine-tuned to allow for the existence of life? Not even close. Are physicists and biologists willing to believe in anything so long as it is not religious thought? Close enough. Has rationalism and moral thought provided us with an understanding of what is good, what is right, and what is moral? Not close enough. Has secularism in the terrible 20th century been a force for good? Not even close to being close. Is there a narrow and oppressive orthodoxy in the sciences? Close enough. Does anything in the sciences or their philosophy justify the claim that religious belief is irrational? Not even in the ballpark. Is scientific atheism a frivolous exercise in intellectual contempt? Dead on.’

In Paul’s letter to the Ephesians, he warns: ‘For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.’ 

The spirit behind the ideas and lies that would diminish us and take away our freedoms is the same spirit that has been behind the fall of man and the constant attack on Christianity through the ages; these evils are not originated from the minds of strange men and women, but from somewhere much darker and sinister.

Make no mistake, this is a spiritual battle we are fighting, not a battle of random electrical discharges and chemical reactions. Recognising this, we can put our situation into perspective, and be better prepared and equipped to stand against the spiritual force that would have each of us disbelieve in our own spiritual self and innate worth and value, and exert our right and ability for self-determination of our personal futures in this turbulent, transitory world.

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John Hale
John Hale
A semi-retired would-be poet, with a keen interest in politics and a love of the countryside, over 35 years of world-wide business development experience, and most importantly nine grandchildren. His substack, Driving Out the Money Changers, is here.

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