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Gnosticism and Magic






All psychologists are Gnostics that insist on interpreting THOUGHTS and actions according to their own limited understanding of how things should be.

However, psychologists are also master magicians that can create great social change in conformity with their great diabolical collective will.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/the-filter/qi/10592567/QI-To-which-secret-society-does-the-Prince-of-Wales-belong.html


“Magic” came to mean the art of “producing marvels using hidden natural forces” in the late 14th century. The word stems from the 5,500-year-old Proto-Indo-European word magh, meaning “to be able” or “to have power”, which became magos in Greek, and was used to describe the caste of Zoroastrian priests from Persia (hence the “wise men” or magi of the Gospels were probably priests rather than kings). Magh is also the root of the word “machine”.










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