Atlantica et Germania in Centuria XXI – A letter to a friend

© Terry Boardman

One of the keys to control of central Asia  is oil and its role as a tool with which to facilitate interference in other countries’ affairs. Dependence by the Atlanticists on oil requires territorial control of other countries. Dependence on alternative energies, especially solar, would remove the instrument of such control. Therefore the Atlanticists are unlikely to make any serious effort to develop alternatives to fossil fuels until about the third decade of the 21st century, by which time they hope to have achieved their macro aims – a division of the world into three global blocs prior to the eventual establishment of a totalitarian world government,  and the destruction of China as a serious cultural rival to their brand of materialism, indeed the destruction or significant weakening of China per se.

As for Germany, it ought not to be counted out. The Anglo-American  elite have not done so, witness their continuous attempts via the media to associate Germany with Nazism and the Holocaust (January 27  the British government’s institution of a Holocaust Memorial Day to be observed in British schools is further evidence of this). The Vodafone-Mannesmann deal and the engineered collapse of the iX European stock market deal were further evidence. Germany’s leading role in the Green movement and the anti-nuclear movement (the German government’s conclusive rejection of nuclear power this year) also show Germany’s continuing opposition to Anglo-American  impulses. Have you seen “Gladiator” yet? It starts in Germania 180 AD with the Germanic Marcomanni tribe resisting the “global” empire of 2000 years ago. The resisters are of course portrayed as horrendous barbarians. The hero Maximus (the name, the name) describes them as “the dark” vs Rome’s “light”. Seeing the tribe’s contemptuous refusal of Roman terms, Maximus’ fellow officer says, in a noticeable American accent, “People should know when they are conquered”. But the Germanic tribes did not know when they were conquered; they refused to be conquered, and we know the eventual result: Rome went under and became a ghost which still haunts us all. Yet it was the German tribes which represented the European future, not Rome. That is the most significant fact : most of the Germans did not become a Roman colony. Today, like Britain and Japan, they may seem to be one, true, but as with the Russians,  the disasters of the 20th century have not removed or negated centuries of cultural development of the folk soul. The Anglo-American imperialist stream has only been going since the time of John  Dee, the Elizabethan occultist, secret agent and advisor to Queen Elizabeth and her sea captains, in other words, a mere 450 years. Incidentally, Marcus Aurelius, the dying Emperor in 180 AD, was the first to institute the practices of co-emperorship and of settling groups of barbarians within the borders of the Empire. (Clinton’s hypocritically decadent Presidency, the Gore-Bush duumvirate of dummies, the ever rising Hispanic wave….)  It is commonly recognised that Marcus’ reign saw the beginning of the end for Rome, which went downhill from his time on. Now look again at “The World In 2001″, the new year’s annual special issue of “The Economist”, that magazine which is one of the Anglo-American elite’s main propaganda trumpets. It speaks of this American “paradise” on Earth, when all is just fine and dandy – couldn’t get dandier. But the only way from this peak is down (unless they’re planning to move to Mars!)

Germany and the Nordic countries will continue to lead cultural resistance to Anglo-American materialism in the ever consolidating Europe. As the generation that knew 1933-45 dies away, and Germany repenetrates central Europe, reconnects with the cultural space that was the Habsburg Empire, cross-fertilising once again with the cultural realm of the western Slavs and the Hungarians, and Berlin develops in its eastern position, this resistance will grow apace. There will be no direct challenge to the powers that be, but rather a powerful indirect one, as in the growth of Christianity during the Roman Empire. As Novalis put it : do we want Christendom or Europe? Vaclav Havel said: “Live in truth!” We also need to live in trust : trust in the spiritual world – not to save us in some rapturous delirium, but to enable those human beings to pour down into incarnation who will further the resistance against super-materialism. Besides “Gladiator”, three other insightful films to watch, I think, are “Gattaca” and “Matrix” and “The Skulls” (about the Skull and Bones, the secret society of which George Bush Senior was member at Yale, along with many other members of the US East Coast elite going back to 1833) are . Let’s not get too depressed, but “be of good cheer, for I have overcome the world”. Easier for Him, difficult for us, I know, but the Way has been shown nonetheless.

Rooted in Asia, in Aeneas’ Troy, a culture that in 180 AD already lay far in the past, imperial (as distinct from republican) Rome  finally succumbed, during the 500 year-long period of theocratic Empire, to its Asiatic ghostly antecedents. The United States of Freemasonry, founded in 1776, is also rooted in the distant past – in the Semitic Mysteries of  Egypt, Babylon and Solomon’s Israel and in their imperial Roman successor – as the Freemasonic Founding Fathers intended. It too will succumb, is already succumbing, to the ghosts of its own ancient antecedents who have sought since the nation’s founding to guide the destiny of America according to ancient oligarchical principles. Let us hope that a real America of cosmopolitan-minded, conscience-guided individuals, freely associating in communities of the spirit, will rise from the wreck.

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