Introduction: Paradigms within Paradigms
Lecture 2 will examine the end of the ‘Global Age’, also commonly referred to as the ‘globalist’ paradigm, using Sir Ian Kershaw’s The Global Age: Europe 1950 – 2017 (2019) as the main text. While generally acknowledged within the academic sphere as a political and economic system, the foundation for this structure is situated within broader scientific and ontological constructs, which have come to define how we view ourselves and our world. This class discusses how this paradigm has operated, charting the current manifestation of it back to Rome and leading into the current period; I emphasize the agenda to centralize human spirituality under a controlled institutional authority. This class also focuses on the concept of ontological control – the power to bring into being; the links between reality creation and field of the occult will be outlined and I will conclude that history can be viewed as an extended spiritual war.
Within this context some of the key strategies that have been used to establish the permanency of the ‘Global Age’ paradigm will be considered, including the politicalization of religion and the politicalization of the occult. We will discuss a range of examples including the creation of Wahhabism, the Nazis’ use of Qaballath during World War II and the Catholic Church’s genocide of the dream angels.
The ‘America’s Political Paradigm Shift’ Study, Chapter 4.
Kershaw, I. (2019). The Global Age: Europe 1950 – 2017. UK: Penguin Random House.