The video below is an exceptional piece of work. The producers – Talismanic Idols – present a worldview using the Hegelian Dialectic of problem-reaction-solution. As explained by Heinrich Moritz Chalybäus it goes like this:
- A thesis, giving rise to its reaction,
- an antithesis which contradicts or negates the thesis,
- and the tension between the two being resolved by means of a synthesis
This is a concept often referred to in discussions involving the nefarious plans and deeds conducted by the ‘Global Elite’ – deeds which are meant to instill fear into the populace who in turn plead to the powerful for a solution to their fears who in turn present their pre-determined solutions which inevitably result in a diminution of the rights of the said populace. The despicable event which occurred in New York City on 9 September 2011, and the aftermath, is the most glaring example of this.
In Esoteric Agenda the thesis is this:
There is an Esoteric Agenda behind every facet of life that was once believed to be disconnected. There is an Elite faction guiding most every Political, Economic, Social, Corporate, some Non-Governmental or even Anti-Establishment Organizations.
The main substance of the film is the reaction – it ‘uses the hard work and research of professionals in every field helping to expose this agenda…’ The final synthesis of ideas is presented with the intent to ‘put the future of this planet back into the hands of the people.’
It is absolutely a brilliant piece of work – impeccably researched and beautifully produced. There is only one flaw in the final synthesis – it is the concept of what is referred to as the ‘holographic universe‘.
Modern scientific research involving the nature of perception and reality is discovering fascinating aspects of the physical world which reveal the pliable nature of physical phenomena. Some of the experimentation in this field suggest that sound and thought may actually have a great part in affecting the physical aspects of perception. Some of this is covered near the end of the film. The research in this area is exciting and fascinating. It suggests that we, as conscious beings, have the innate ability to shape and form our own reality.
The meaning of this to the powerful who enjoy their ‘elite’ position in this world cannot be underestimated. Millions of people, in the ‘developed world’ in particular, are fastly recognizing and acknowledging the manipulations of perception presented by the mainstream television, media, and news networks via the use of colors and symbols used in programming and advertising. For decades the ‘elite’ have been able to use this as a means to control everything from social mores, to education in the classroom, to economies, to politics on every level. With the birth of the World Wide Web and public access to the internet these manipulations can now be exposed in a very big way. The entire charade can be exposed in a two-hour film like Esoteric Agenda. So, back to the ‘holographic universe’…
The ‘holographic universe’ concept suggests that what we see and experience in this three dimensional reality isn’t ‘reality’ at all…it is simply an illusion. Taken to its most extreme one is left to question everything about life in this world – do I have a body that needs to be nourished, are my relationships real, do the others in my life actually exist, if nothing really exists why should I care about anything, are there really suffering children around the world, are there really any people anywhere else in the world?
And this is actually where the producers of this film leave the viewer – your awareness, you and you alone, are all that really matters:
‘…the whole world doesn’t need to be awoken. There is no race to inform the 6 billion people of this planet of this message. It is only important that you, personally, learn to conquer your inner-most fears and learn to love. When you see your fears for what they are, and master your emotions, then, and only then, will you truly be free.’
This is a powerful message no doubt. But what is said before this is what leaves the message empty:
When you fight against poverty or against racism, when you fight for relationships or for freedom, you are outwardly attempting to replace that which is placed before you to conquer inwardly. These situations are mirrors of our fears. This is why it is important to love, and only love. Love those who stand with you, but especially those who stand against you. Don’t look at your fears as a threat, rather understand that this material world is only a physical manifestation of either the love or fear in your consciousness.
Earlier in this film the narrator discusses the need for balance – balance between the right/left brain, balance between the male/female, etc. In the end, the narrator tells the viewer to throw away that balance: to love your oppressor, in essence don’t fight against that which you know is unjust, it’s only your perception created in fear that makes it seem worth fighting for. This is an incredible gift given to the ‘elites’ whose nefarious manipulations and actions are so perfectly displayed in the vast part of this film.
Yes indeed, one should first begin within to conquer fear and to understand truth. But one should also recognize that the concept of ‘love’ is empty if it is only a love for one’s self. To ‘love’ all equally isn’t ‘love’ – it is a spiritual self-imposed blindness to the suffering of those around you. To ‘love’ that which is ‘good’ and to ‘hate’ that which is ‘evil’ is a balance that nature demands from conscious beings. It is what allows human beings to rise to noble levels of being-ness. What is ‘good’ and what is ‘evil’ is a deeper discussion, but it is not hard to understand suffering and oppression when it is before most people. To simply stand by and fail to act against it – to fight – is NOT ‘love‘…it is perhaps one of the greatest of ‘evils’.
While it may be true that the ‘reality’ of this world is a construct of our consciousness, that consciousness is a product of the whole. If the ‘darker’ natures of a selfish and psychotic cabal of ‘elites’ have manipulated the world into the present suffering state, it is the humane duty of those who truly ‘love’ their fellow beings to fight to raise the consciousness of others so as to create a better world. The ‘reality’ of this world may be a ‘construct’ – but the suffering and the people in it are real nonetheless. The question is, which world will each one of us help to construct?
All that’s necessary for the forces of evil to win in the world is for enough good men to do nothing.