Haven’t you ever wondered how the word cult came into existence as a “members only” marketing term?
Here is a follow up to my original post six days ago on “Cults and Extreme Belief” on Hulu. I am finishing out this limited A&E series on Hulu, the theme of which explores the demented, brainwashed and abusive marketing tactics of cult indoctrination.
Words are powerful, especially with their connotations, intonations, and ancient origins. Whole incantations and spells will successfully manifest the correct results when enunciated with the proper arrangement of vowels and consonants. This produces the powerful frequency needed in a mind over matter scenario, with equal measure given to spelling, enunciation and intention. In modern times, we refer to academic contests as ‘spelling’ bees. We label canonical works as go’spels’. We are innately aware of the significance of spelling a word correctly, arranging consonants and vowels in proper manner, and enunciating them in the proper order.
This brings us to the word cult, a sloganized appropriation from its more ancient and meaningful counterpart, occult, which relates directly to the word miracle (vision of the Moor). Like the phrase Amen-Ra, which is a bastardized manipulation of the original word, Ammon, the word cult was created as a stunted marketing term that would serve to rape and molest the original educational frequency and intonations of the word occult.
This raping and pillaging of the word occult was done on purpose by the very same Amen-Ra (i.e. the Greys, corporate bean counters) as part of the Ancient Vendetta’s marketing campaign against the Temple of Solomon and the Moorish Legacy. What came out of this subliminal advertising scheme was a warped and highly lacking frequency administered to the general public in the form of the word cult. Falling far short of its ancient counterpart (e.g. occult), the newly truncated word could now be used to prey upon and subjugate all would-be acolytes with a single syllable pronunciation that would now generate an incorrect and damaging frequency. This produced a favorable and constricting affect designed for the sole purpose of brainwashing and social engineering.
This damaging verbalized frequency could easily manifest itself in the form of a self-loathing and maligned perception of one’s self image and human integrity (e.g. pride, dignity, self-esteem, self-respect), resulting in an intangible and desperate need to fill that manufactured emptiness, throw one’s self image out the window, and follow some charismatic freak show into mindless, narcissistic, unquestioning oblivion. This is how ‘cult’ leaders get away with heinous, criminal, and subhuman behavior, all of which is easily camouflaged by the cognitive dissonance and mind-numbing frequency of the word cult, leaving us wondering how this anti-human behavior was ever allowed to manifest in the first place. You can thank the Greys for that one as it represents the crown jewel of the Ancient Vendetta.
You may ask why this hasn’t affected all of us. There are two answers to that. One answer could easily point a finger at all the other issues we are not accounting for with regard to the word cult: organized religion, drug addiction, alcoholism, over weight, under weight, self mutilation, self degradation, depression, suicide, militia camps. The other answer goes in a different direction with this example: twenty people are at a summer barbecue in the backyard. A UFO appears in the sky with undoubtable crystal clarity. All twenty people look directly at it in the sky. Ten of them see nothing at all while the other ten see it plain as day. Of those ten that see it, five of them see a cigar-shaped craft and five of them see a ball of light. Of the five that see a ball of light, two of them experience direct CE5 contact while the other three have a vision of future events to occur. As I have said before, your quality of life is the frequency you tune into on the radio dial.
There is a lesson to be learned here. Regardless of what language you speak, learn to speak and spell correctly. Learn to write and speak with proper grammar. Learn to enunciate as if you have a purpose in life. Learn where your words come from and the lexicon your are using, or not using for that matter. Change your whole latitude and realize how an expanded vocabulary can liberate your mind and emancipate your spirit. If you choose not to, then you run the risk of being subjugated by ancient weaponized frequencies that have been verbalized with a subversive double-edged sword since time immemorial.
I highly recommend “Cults and Extreme Belief” on Hulu. It’s an excellent, educational, and much-needed documentary series targeting the heinous and abusive behaviors of high profile, influential cults.
It still amazes me to this day how far the Shetu Regime’s corporate structure has permeated its Iron Hand of Oppression at every level of our society, most notably the paradigm of religious belief. This ancient corporate structure includes the mechanisms of brainwashing, the isolation of cognitive dissonance, and the need to belong to the hive mentality of the Borg collective.
Remember, it’s all about denigrating the human condition from the ground up. This puts our future thought leaders, the children of these pyramid communities, front and center in the entire gamut of human trafficking and psychological abuse, all of which falls under the helm of sociological experimentation, manipulation, and assimilation. As long as religion is allowed to exist in any kind of influential manner, we will always have the deceptions of the Shetu Regime’s Ancient Vendetta, as well as the corporate machinations of hateful rhetoric and paranoid conspiracies.
Richard Smith is a futurist, author, speaker, human origins advocate, and husband. He is the CEO & Co-Founder of The Human Origins Foundation and FRINGEtv Network on Roku. His latest book is The Moor, the Mason and the Alien Part II: A Vril Manifesto. Visit Richard Smith online at ufoteacher.com. Find him @ufoteacher on WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, as well as many other social media venues online. This is Richard Smith’s official blog, which you can subscribe to at ufoteacher.wordpress.com and listen to on Anchor.fm, Spotify, and Pocket Casts.