At the heart of progressivism is occultism. That will be my thesis.
To support it, I examine an ongoing story coming out of the United Kingdom. But before I turn to that story, let me make a few prefatory remarks.
First, if you are reading this and are personally involved in the secret things of darkness, do not misunderstand me: I have no desire to personally attack you. On the contrary, I hope that you will understand that if you continue serving evil you will only ruin yourself, and so I hope that you will come to your senses and come out of whatever you may currently be entangled in. If, on the other hand, you are someone who thinks that you are already abiding in the faith, then I hope this post will encourage you to really examine yourself and test whether you are living a life pleasing to God: are you willing to contend against these things, or are you choosing to remain ignorant out of apathy, pride, or fear? If you are someone who thinks such a distinction is irrelevant to you (perhaps you don’t think there is a God, much less a devil), I hope this post will challenge your secular worldview and realize that, whether or not you yet realize it, you are in a spiritual battle for your soul. Finally, sometimes very bad things happen to good people who attempt to address the shadow world. I pray that all those who research and wrestle against these forces receive both physical and spiritual protection in the name of Jesus. Amen.
Now to the story. There are two layers to it, the first of which I recount now.
The situation initially may seem strictly political. In many ways, we are confronted with another classic (albeit particularly egregious) case of progressive hypocrisy. Earlier this year Lavinia Woodward, a 24-old medicine student at Christ Church, Oxford, was charged for stabbing her Cambridge boyfriend. In an initial May hearing, the presiding judge hinted that Woodward may be spared a jail sentence due to her “extraordinary talent.” This immediately caused a public outcry.
The hypocrisy is manifest. It is difficult to imagine a man stabbing a woman receiving the same lenience. Then there is of course the blatant class issue. Nevertheless, within just days of the judge’s outrageous decision, complaints filed against the judge were dismissed as reported by the BBC. Attempts to rationalize the decision at Spiked and The Times fail to convince. And to top it off, Oxford as yet has not confirmed that Woodward will be expelled–one wonders how this can still be an unsettled question after she had already previously assaulted a fellow student in Oxford as part of what has been reported as a “reign of terror.”
As bad as these issues are and as much as they bear noting, they are in fact relatively superficial. There is a much deeper layer to this story that has gone only obliquely addressed in the press. I turn to that more sinister side now.
Woodward, it will be known, was heavily involved with substance abuse. But perhaps more interestingly, she was also involved with the LGBTQ society. In fact, she and others were allowed to pose naked on the Christ Church High Table for a calendar supporting Oxford’s LGBTQ society.
Woodward’s world, thus, is far from the typical university party experience. It was, it seems, something more akin to what was disclosed in Stanley Kubrik’s Eyes Wide Shut. At the heart of these orgies, popularized by adepts like Aleister Crowley, is sex magick.
The reality is that this story exposes the facade that the LGBTQ movement is comprised of loving, tolerant, kind, and respectful people who simply want to create an environment where everyone feels welcomed and safe. We see the true dark side: violence, sexual derangement, wanton excess, intimidation, and, in the end, a corrupt judicial system that appears to be protecting one of its own. Unsurprisingly, this is the kind of mentality that breeds a total contempt for free thought and speech.
One more suggestive piece of evidence, this courtesy from one of Woodward’s fellow students from the now infamous High Table photos, who, on his public Instagram account, can be seen flashing what most people normally interpret as the “a-okay” sign. But there is much more to that symbol indeed. Whether he personally knows what that hand-sign really signifies is uncertain, but it is not totally unreasonable to think that he may, given the debauchery we now know goes on in Woodward’s circle, as reported in the press.
This is a circle that, through the influence of the Oxford Student Union, is so powerful that it can successfully demand that the Vice-Chancellor of Oxford apologize for simply expressing support for free speech. These are the kind of people controlling universities around the world and gaining dominance in society writ large.
So this is the strategy we are seeing in our universities and businesses: the rhetoric of homophobia is being used as an excuse for the elimination of free speech and religious expression.
And that is why the public is rightly losing all confidence in the university as a credible institution. Universities have become dens of iniquity.
Political conservatism takes issue with the blatant hypocrisy of liberal progressivism–the Lavinia Woodward story drives home why that’s deserved. But in doing so, such a perspective overlooks the deeper spiritual truth. Progressivism promotes what it does–homosexuality, transgenderism, sexual liberation, feminism, drug use, and soon pedophilia– because at its core it serves a spirit.
I leave it to the reader to decide what kind of spirit that is.
- At the Heart of Progressivism - October 10, 2017
- Do not as we say, lest you be like us - September 23, 2017
- The Lie System: How the University Manufactures a False Reality - September 20, 2017
- First They Came… - April 19, 2017
- “Fake news” and the strong delusion: who’s deluded? - December 1, 2016
- Clinton, Wikileaks, and Spirit Cooking - November 8, 2016
- “Anyone but Trump”? No, no thank you, not when a vote for Clinton is a vote for Satan - November 2, 2016