Thank you for joining me. Whilst I wrote this as a singular post, its scale has determined that I break it down into three parts. Whilst (much like my environmental series) this introduction will focus upon some more esoteric elements, I feel the research of latter parts will lend extra weight to some of these ideas. Please feel free to comment; although I do want to highlight that the full scope won't be revealed until the end of part three. For your consideration I will display how (alongside other aspects that are outside the remit of this post) a multi-stage, multi-generational masterplan is using the false foundations, fallacies and dark undertones of the sexual revolution and an alchemical manipulation of sexual perception, to energise and rationalise the intended socially engineered cultural revolution/devolution.
As the three parts progress; I will gather an increasing array of scientific, medical and psychological papers, to reference and highlight how biological and perceptual corruptions are conducting a war on childhood as a means of deconstructing the human condition, gender identity, the family unit and the very foundations of our society. Of course, we live in the age of the literal (and the literati) and so it’s important to point out that by its very nature social engineering needs to be discussed in generalised terms, by virtue these issues will affect us to varying degrees.
Caught between Polarities
Throughout the wider sphere of society, the extremes of polarity are in effect an inverted intrinsic control model. With both the thesis and the antithesis nudging us towards their intended synthesis, each imposed measure provides the momentum for the opposition. What has the war on drugs given us? More drugs, more drug addicts and a broken society! This enables malfeasants that really understand how this all works to appear as virtuous and benevolent to those who they've manipulated into a state of acquiescence and critical slumber, all the while safe in the knowledge that the social fallout from their intended outcome will take years to play out.
The manipulated extremes of two opposing forces/ideologies are utilised as a means of controlling the middle man, eliciting the desired social reformation and energising the (contrived antithesis) pendulum of change. As the pendulum becomes akin to a perceptual wrecking ball, I observe how the ultimate intent/endgame is leading us towards a singularity of control.
Sexual energy is like all forms of energy and whilst it can’t be extinguished, it can be repressed, released, willingly redirected or indeed unwittingly/subconsciously misdirected. We could consider whether era's of imposed sexual repression and zealotry could actually energise the antithesis and (through the correct methodology) push us towards eras of decadence & moral decline. Historically (although there are exceptions) we certainly appear to live in a state of perpetual imbalance.
In the age of media, we live in a highly sexualised environment, but equally (many) retain the subconscious vestiges of historic sexual repression, body image negativity, and connotations of sin. These two unbalanced control mechanisms feed lust and guilt, and both mind states feed the entrapment of the addiction cycle. Repression is not conterbalanced by lust, for lust is itself a powerful control mechanism and (despite proclamations to the contrary) is the antithesis of sexual liberation.
I'm certainly not telling anyone how to live and the manner in which consenting adults express themselves is neither my concern nor my business. As a hetrosexual male, neither am I painting myself as a bastion of purity, a cyber monk sitting atop my ivory desk tower and looking down upon the masses. From an objective standpoint, the prevalence of STD’s and STI's highlight the validity of monogamous intimate relationships. We can of course (to a degree) protect ourselves from disease; but at the physical level we can observe how nature points to a more conventional state of being. That’s not to say that you'll burn in damnation if you fail to wed your first partner or that you should hold onto the subconscious remnants of sexual and body image negativity, but (as with each aspect of our being, and thus society) I feel a balance needs to be found.
It’s All About Sex
I have come understand that there was an age (lost to the mists of time) when the human body (and it's universal symbiosis) was very much (to scientific levels of accuracy) worshipped as a temple. Through understanding the symbiosis and retaining balance with the cycles of universal law, this belief system sought to elevate themselves to an enlightened state of being. They believed that If we remain lost in thoughts of material pleasure we become materialistic, narcissistic and thus impede our enlightenment. That if we are locked down within the lower resonances of thought we are thinking below the solar plexus and held within the kingdom of earth. Sex carried with it the responsibility of life, and the seed of life was not to be wasted through the objectification of carnal lust.
An ancient culture that practised the self mastered transmutation of sexual energy into physical, intellectual, and indeed spiritual development. We can observe the vestiges of this concept within the pre-exhibition sexual abstinence of sport stars.
An age where the divine feminine was worshipped as the carrier of life, and the womb a bridge between the physical and spiritual realms. Over time we have been (and are being) moved from one extreme to the other, and so if you want to understand how things were, look at how they are, for we live in an inverted state of being. We live in an era where the intent is not the worship but the deconstruction of the body temple, and the manipulation of sexual energy is a key component within that decomposition.
Moving forward in time, we can start by observing that within ancient cultures (like Greece, Rome) eras of decadence, identitarian sexual obsession and childhood exploitation were indicative precursors to their fall. We could muse upon how the Marquis de Sade realised that sexual energy could be utilised as a tool of social change and revolution. Certainly, these historical parallels are observationally apparent within our modern age, and in the context of this series, they don't appear to have evaded the attention of the social engineer.
In our drive towards sexual liberation many remain woefully illiterate to the malfeasance of the manipulator, and willfully ignorant of the dark underbelly that attempts to hitch a free ride. I highlight these historical references to elucidate how this has happened in ancient history, modern history, and it is happening now!
Rockefeller Sex Research
Through their connections to and funding of the National Research Council and (from 1925-1965) associated connections with the committee for research in problems of sex. Through the medical division of Rockefeller University and connections to and funding of the population council, areas of Rockefeller enabled sex research include: birth control, endocrinology, morphology, physiology, psychology, biology, hormone therapy, psychopathology, sociology, and anatomy.
Darker elements connected with Rockefeller sex research include the Guatemala syphilis experiments The Rockefeller Foundation, the (Rockefeller connected) John Hopkins University and Bristol Myer Squibb are currently the subject of a $1 billion lawsuit for their connections to these historical abuses.
Research into sex, including grants to fund the study of endocrinology and the work of Alfred Kinsey, was subsequently taken up by the RF. Source
The Guatemala experiments echo the infamous Tuskegee experiments where between 1932 - 1972, 600 (399 men with latent syphilis and a control group of 201 others who were free of the disease) impoverished African-Americans were informed they were being treated for bad blood and were given placebos instead of medicine Although when the experiment began syphilis was untreatable, relatively early into the study penicillin was found to be a successful treatment. Despite the penicillin breakthrough, in order to track the disease’s full progression, researchers provided no effective care and simply observed the men die, go blind, insane, and/or infect their wives and children.
Doctors infected soldiers, prostitutes, prisoners and mental patients with syphilis and other sexually transmitted diseases, without the informed consent of the subjects. The experiment resulted in at least 83 deaths. Serology studies continued through 1953 involving the same vulnerable populations in addition to children from state-run schools, an orphanage, and rural towns. Source
So let’s take a look at Alfred Kinsey, the man that would “affectionately” become known as the father of the modern sexual revolution. The two books that formed the foundation of the revolution were “Sexual behaviour in the human male” which was subsequently followed by the similarly titled “human female”. The books took the world by storm and subsequently led to Kinsey advising governments (the world over) on sex laws and sexual education, indeed modern education uses the findings of Kinsey as its very foundation. The work of Kinsey (and the Kinsey institute) has influenced social and cultural values both in the United States and internationally.
Ever wondered why there appears to be no comparable justice for child sex abuse victims? Well Kinsey also influenced the reduction of sex crime penalties and associated legislations.
Latterly the work of Kinsey was found to over-represent prisoners, sex offenders, prostitutes, and child molesters. The survey also noted solo participants as married, single mothers as married, included a disproportionate number of homosexuals and underrepresented religious conservatives, the working class, and African Americans; in essence, relaying an unbalanced view of the American sexuality he was supposed to be objectively portraying. As Kinsey was previously a zoologist he often referred to people as the “human-animal”, indeed sociology professor Edward Laumann argued that whilst Kinsey’s work was focused on the biology of sex, it lacked the required psychological analysis.
Throughout his research Kinsey had been funded by the Rockefeller foundation. Prior to the release of his 2nd book, there was already a growing array of warnings (from other scientists) that his work was flawed. As highlighted within their own history, amidst a cloud of controversy, in 1954 the Rockefeller foundation withdraw their funding.
Over the years, law review articles and court opinions cited the Kinsey studies thousands of times. Kinsey worked with Columbia University law professor Herbert Wechsler to promote the American Law Institute’s Model Penal Code (1955). Most states cited the code, which is largely based on Kinsey’s findings, as the blueprint to ease penalties for sex offenses, resulting in less protection for women and children from sexual predators. Linda Jeffrey, Ed.D, Col. Ronald D. Ray, J.D., A History of the American Law Institute’s Model Penal Code: The Kinsey Reports’ Influence on Science-based Legal Reform 1923-2002, (Crestwood, Kentucky: First Principles Press, 2003). Source
The Kinsey reports were used against the RF in congressional investigations. Citing Kinsey, one congressional committee accused the RF of helping to weaken American morality, thereby aiding the cause of communism.
Both worn down by the controversial nature of Kinsey’s research and influenced by Kinsey’s financial success, RF funding for sex research projects came to an end in 1954. Source
Although Kinsey’s “Sexual Behaviour In The Human Male” book had taken the world by storm, in the furore the readers and indeed the media were seemingly prepared to overlook the disturbing subject matter contained within chapter 5. Throughout this now infamous chapter, Kinsey documented child abuse, the abuse of 100’s (some estimations as high as 1800) of children and babies (aged from 2 months to 15 years) reduced to data and statistical analysis.
Indeed, Kinsey created a framework and code that utilised stopwatches and enabled the abusers to record the abuse in scientific detail. I refuse to cover details, but further archives, references, interviews, transcripts can be found here, and of course Kinsey's own books unashamedly document the abuse.
The Kinsey institute proclaims that the vast majority of this information was derived from a paedophile latterly named as Rex King who had meticulously recorded over 800 cases of his abuse, although further investigation begins to portray a different story. Indeed, another Kinsey collaborator was the infamous Nazi paedophile Dr Fritz Von Balluseck. At Von Balluseck’s trial for the murder of a young girl, the judge went as far as criticising Kinsey for remaining silent at not reporting these atrocities to the police.
Of note is the fact that in 2004 the New York Times went as far as stating that although Von Balluseck was a suspect he never faced trial. As you can see from page 165 of the Reisman archives here and again here not only did a previously jailed Balluseck face trial, but it was widely covered within the German press.
As highlighted within these transcripts and these archives Kinsey collaborated with paedophile rings and organisations. Witness testimony claimed Kinsey collected data from and financially compensated fathers who were abusing their own children. In this Yorkshire television documentary, we can hear witnesses also allude to the possibility that Kinsey was not only collecting data but directing and advising the type of abuse required.
If you watch this video (the Donohue show) from 0.38 minutes, you will hear Kinsey associate Clarence Tripp trying to justify abuse, also note former Penthouse writer Philip Nobile defending his article on "positive incest". The fact both Tripp and Donohue make light of the situation is deeply disturbing. If you want to know how people get away with such overt declarations, listen to audience members laugh. Cognitive dissonance enables the truth to be hidden in plain sight, this is occurring right now!
The presiding judge exclaimed, Instead of answering his sordid letters, the strange American scholar should rather have made sure that Mister von Balluseck was put behind bars.” [Morgenpost, May 16, 1957 Source