Historical chronicles report that Galileo renounced the heliocentric picture of the world on 22 June 1633. Urban folklore adds that Galileo muttered to himself "and so it goes round and round".
From time to time I have decided to dedicate my Directives to Philosophy. Today let's talk about phenomenology.
Raymond Abellio claimed that the Flemish occultist S.U. Zanne, pseudonym of Auguste Van de Kerckhove (1838-1923), was amongst the greatest initiates of the modern era. But hardly anyone knows who he is. Some have placed Abellio in the same category – he too is a great unknown for most. And those that have looked at Abellio largely conclude that he was a French fascist politician with an interest in esotericism. Was he? Part of the problem is that Abellio’s writings – like that of so many alchemists – need a key. So much of their material is coded text, and Abellio himself used to laugh that most people’s keys “only opened their own doors” – not his. Who was he really, and what were his true political aims?
A traditional form of conservative political thought and action has been difficult to develop here in the States because the necessary foundation blocks simply aren’t there to build the
“Woe to you experts in the law, because you have taken away the key to knowledge.
In the present historical momentum, we can clearly distinguish a very important phenomenon: a new turn in liberal ideology. Like any other political ideology, liberalism is constantly changing, but at certain times we can catch really paradigmatic shifts which give us the right to say: here something is ending and something new is beginning.
It seems that in the new planetary order that is taking shape, two things, apparently unrelated to each other, are destined to be completely removed: face and death.
“Mister Bond, there is a saying in Chicago: once it is chance, two it is coincidence, three times it is an enemy action.” So Goldfinger said to Agent 007, an ingenious invention by Ian