I have been following the news for several years. I have been watching the social trends and currents that the news works to shape and control. Wokism is deeply troubling to me, as is the accompanying sexism and racism. A good part of what disgusts me is that the racism and sexism being touted by the woke and the media is largely made up. Most of the points they harp on are either long extinct or outright fabricated.
The media and woke also engage in a very Orwellian method of redefining words to fit their narrative.
But it was not put upon my heart to go too far into what is happening. Rather, Spirit has induced the desire to remind myself and others, what the Ahyeh teaches about this.
Here are some passages from The Ahyeh to guide us.
Monologue 8: Conscience & the Animal-Demonic (page 36)
” Tribalism, clannishness, racism and racial supremacies (of any form), sexism, ethnic bigotry, misogyny and misandry, all are expressions of animal-demonic, and counter-angelic.”
The Department of Knowledge: (page 356)
“Mass multiplayer online gaming, pornography, racism, nihilistic and diabolical philosophies; the promotion of vanity, materialism, drug use, adultery, and promiscuity in every form; the propagation of witchcraft, Satanism, neo-paganism, atheism, and vampirism (death and undeath worship); and the glorification of all that is low, vile, debased, and vacuous… these are creating a global Lord of the Flies culture.”
Simple Urianism: (page 437)
“11) Race is Flesh: The spirit has no race, except positive or negative, light or darkness. Dividing people by race is just a way to keep drama going, generating psychic-spiritual food (loosh), and keeps humans stuck here. When we die, we are spirits, not bodies – unless the soul is realized and has attained unity and harmony with The Spirit.
It is not unreasonable to react and defend yourself, your community and family, when you are hated and discriminated against for your race, when violence is done against you and yours because of the color of your skin. Racism is demonic. Yet, defend yourself always from love of, not hatred.”
Monologue 54: Integration - Priestly Training VI (page 202)
“The demonic and the angelic both war for control of the animal race of mankind – the one willing humanity to unlife (growing the ranks of the shadow race), and the other working to lead mankind to illuminated life (growing the ranks of the solar race). “
Monologue 65: Idealism vs. Reality (page 280)
“Imagine a world where race and ethnicity have become irrelevant, and where all the races are merging into one race (homo-angelicum).”
Monologue 37: Three Pillars & Seven Orders (page 128)
“Men and women are to be equal among you, as are all races and ethnicities. There shall be no race or gender elevated above another. Women have their gifts, and by their nature are endowed with certain attributes that are greater (in general) than those of men. In like-kind men have certain gifts, and by their nature are endowed with certain attributes that are greater (in general) than those of women. Equal, but different, yet with exceptions (always there are exceptions). “
Monologue 23: The First Step - Commitment to God (page 68)
“I say only that all who are willing to do the work are welcome to climb this narrow and winding mountain path, to the very highest peak. Man and woman are equal on this ascent; and race, ethnicity, social class, nationality, and previous religious persuasions, these are meaningless to the True God, and to true angels. “
Monologue 43: Fellowship (page 150)
“Hugs should always be plentiful in your midst, and none should discriminate on the basis of wealth or social class, race or ethnicity.”
“Let all pretense be set aside. For in the assembly all are equal, save by their works and service to the Faith.”
Monologue 63: Various Works & Rites - Priestly Training XV (page 253)
“You are not called to hatred and prejudice, but to do what must be done, despite the hatred and prejudice of the wicked.”
The Seven Thunders (page 8)
5) “Woe to you, who take up God’s holy names in hatred!”
Monologue 6: Ten Expressions of Agape (page 30)
“Among the holy expressions of agape, the first and lowest is the love of God as justice and law, expressed in the passion to perfect religion and government as a tool of the divine, and too combat evil from a place of love (not from hatred or prejudice).”
I welcome perspectives and discussion to further bring light to this subject.