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Cognitive Dissonance and Predictive Programming
aLLeVi8ed posted a topic in Symbolism & The OccultYou ever wonder how a TV channel can air a news broadcast about “exposing” an extreme amount of sex and violence in outrage, but then show a movie or program that is full of such extreme themes? It’s this hypocrisy that creates a feud within our subconscious. When fighting or arguing with someone, where is your head at? Usually not in a very good place—anxious, angry, hysterical, hurt, and sometimes even apathetic. The satanic rulers use various methods to condition the human mind to subconsciously accept what’s to come, including predictive programming and cognitive dissonance. With cognitive dissonance, both light and shadow sides have magnetic attraction for us. Using the question asked in the beginning of this post, the Official Orthodoxy allows us to indulge our good sense about ourselves as people who can be outraged, but also allows us to indulge in our “guilty pleasures.” Pleasure—as distinct from joy and happiness—is almost always enhanced by the glamor of the forbidden, and having reassured our persona of our essential goodness by sharing in the condemnations, we can jump headfirst into guilty indulgence of the very themes we had previously agreed were unacceptable when condemned on the news. Many unaware people are fascinated with exposes of sex, violence, and Satanism. Fascination is itself a form of mind control if we recognize obsessive treatments of these themes under the guise of “exposing them” as the very means of inducing interest and involvement in the occult. In other words, those who never hear of such extreme sex and violence are more unlikely to become involved such things. For example, ‘The Exorcist’ was released in theaters under the guise of exposing Satanism and the negative consequences of playing with occult tools like Ouija boards. It also brutalized audiences with pornography, graphic violence, and a powerful occult milieu. Roman Polansky’s ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ had the same effect, but was also released as a means of predictive programming. Released in 1968, Polansky’s film has been called “the best advertisement for Satanism ever made… an allegory to the birth of the demonic eon.” Roman Polanksy has been implicated of child molestation and child pornography involving animals. His wife, the gorgeous Sharon Tate, was due to have her baby in two weeks before she was brutally murdered by the “Manson Family” in 1969. Manson’s followers left an extremely graphic scene with Tate’s unborn baby literally cut out of her stomach, in what looked to be a satanic ritual. Charles Manson was involved in the occult, with his ties and connections to various celebrities and artists of the time. He also associated with The Process Church of the Final Judgement, a known satanic group within the Los Angeles area. While much was made of the murder of Tate’s unborn child, women who pay physicians to kill their unborn and unwanted babies are not regarded as guilty of any heinous acts of Satanism or otherwise. Was the murder of Sharon Tate and her baby a ritual precursor of the coming mass sacrifice of unborn children that soon followed? The very next year, in 1970, Title X of the Public Health Services Act became law, which provided public funding for groups like Planned Parenthood, which in New York that same year had legalized abortion, making a Planned Parenthood in Syracuse the first center to offer abortion. Then in 1973, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of abortion rights in all states. Is all this mere coincidence? I think not, since Planned Parenthood was established in 1916 and founded by the Rothschild’s back when America participated in the compulsory mass sterilization known as Eugenics. It may seem pretty “out there” to many, or even too much for some, but the amount of coincidences make it something that should not be shrugged off and ignored. It’s a scary thing to realize, but it’s that fear that needs to be vanquished if one holds a desire to help do something about it.