Psychogeography & spiritual evolution

B. F. Spath has just released a masterpiece of psychogeography, a little-known occult art form that emerged out of the French counterculture of the late 1960s and one that’s been evolving through a small handful of radical European artists ever since. With this book, Spath strikes his claim as an American grandmaster of the order.

Psychogeography involves telepathic emanations and psychological impacts of specific locations and also improvisational wanderings through new environments, a quest whose purpose is the act of questing into the unknown. In Spath’s case, however, this translates into a fascination with Battery Park in Lower Manhattan, once a sacred site for Native American ceremonies, and from the 1770s through the 1800s, one of the premier ceremonial sites for Europeans in North American. Before the advent of Ellis Island, immigrants arriving in Manhattan landed mostly here, and it was from these docks many clipper ships departed for distant shores in search of opium, spices, silk and china. For someone buried in the basement of a Lower East Side tenement, Battery Park becomes the key psychological escape from the suffocating claustrophobia of modern life.

The book involves the sacramental use of cannabis for making telepathic contact with ghosts of ancient ceremony and ritual, and the perils that sometimes afflict the intoxicated.

Since Spath is one of the founders of the Pot Illuminati, I’m hoping this book sparks great interest in the coming revolution in cannabis spirituality, a movement I expect to overtake many established fundamentalist religions someday.

The most important thing about the Pot Illuminati is the one rule: “don’t hurt anybody,” and while we respect the rituals of ancient religions and study their histories, we reject all dogma as false, and don’t recognize leaders, except in respect to the most creative among us. We don’t fund-raise or collect money from anyone for anything, which make us the only non-corruptible religion on the planet.

The ancient city of Balkh, once a jewel of the Silk Road although now long abandoned, is some of the geography I’d like to explore someday, perhaps even following the Oxus River down to the Caspian and Black seas, a route traversed by the original stoner tribe. There are spiritual sites dotted all through the Caucasus Mountains created by this cannabis-using tribe, as well as a ring of settlements buried in mud around the rim of the Black Sea, settlements that were engulfed by a tsunami created when the Bosphorus Strait was breached due to rising sea levels. Someday this area will become a mecca for pilgrims seeking a connection with the origins of cannabis spirituality.

Origins of the Jewish Conspiracy Theory

Sometime around the year 1000, rumors of Christian children being abducted by Jews (who allegedly drained their blood to make matzoh) began circulating around Europe, leading to some mass executions and ethnic cleansing. Images of babies being tortured by Jews were painted on cathedral walls to incite the hatred. For centuries, most Christians had been intentionally kept illiterate and only priests, monks and those of noble birth taught to read and write. Most Jewish children, on the other hand, had been highly educated all along, an imbalance that undoubtedly created envy and suspicion, and may have been a contributing factor to why Jews soon rose to prominence in science.

Manipulating people with “blood libel” scams worked for a long time and kept peasants focused on hating Jews rather than toppling the predatory status quo that enslaved them, but eventually, the story began to fade simply because there never was a shred of truth involved.

But in 1903, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion appeared and alleged that a secret council of Jewish leaders was planning to take over the world by fomenting war for profit, a document initially circulated by Russian secret police. Russia was the world powerhouse in oil at the time and were pumping half the world’s crude, an operation divided between a Russian oil company, the Rothschilds and the Nobels. In America, Rockefeller was making similar moves to capture the North American oil industry.

In 1905, Vladimir Lenin and Alexander Bogdanov created the Bolsheviks, who quickly attracted immense funding from Wall Street, specifically J.P. Morgan and Rockefeller. Within a decade the Czar was dead, Lenin in power, and control of the Russian oil fields up for grabs. Armond Hammer was installed as the go-between for American big business and the new regime.

On November 13, 1918, a strange document (SDDF 861.00/5339) was circulated at the highest levels of the State Department titled “Bolshevism and Judaism.” It included various memes lifted from the Protocols and also alleged the Russian Revolution had been financed primarily by Jacob Schiff along with the Kuhn, Loeb & Company, known agents of the Rothschilds. According to a British intelligence source, there was definite proof Communism was an international movement controlled by Jews. This meme also appeared in Germany, and would eventually be deployed to assist the rise of the Nazis.

If fact, Schiff had been a strong opponent of Lenin and Trotsky and the Rothschilds lost their Russian oil connection with the murder of the Czar. And while it is true nearly 20 percent of the original Communists in Russia were Jewish, most (like Trotsky) disappeared early on and were deported, murdered or sent to Siberia. During WWI, the oil fields of Russia, once the largest producer in the world, remained dormant, something that undoubtedly benefited Rockefeller’s rise to power.
In 1924, after Lenin’s death, Stalin took power and began investing heavily in revitalizing the oil fields. He hired the Koch family to build a series of refineries, which is why they are among the richest in the world today.

So when you pass along those facebook posts alleging the Rothschilds own all the central banks, or that Jews are the source of corruption and evil, just keep in mind this is a well-worn trail blazed by intelligence agents and designed to confuse you. Whenever racial issues are deployed to incite fear, it’s always a hoodwink. Religion is a tool for keeping people brainwashed and by pitting religions against each other, war-for-profit is easily manifested. The masters of war and munitions companies have been running these games for a long time.