'The Freemasons have always been a secret society,
whose large role as builders of our
current man-made world
The below extracts are taken from the introduction of britannica.com' entry for the Industrial Revolution. I'll be addressing each pertinent point as I see fit from this subject in an attempt to place it into what I believe to be its proper context. Again I'm not bashing English people, I am one, I grew up with them & love them, I'm merely pointing out there's always been a hierarchy in Britain based in London since the time of the Crusades, with an utterly destructive agenda of religions (save theirs, Paganism), nation states & the enslavement of the worlds population, whom they call the; Mob.
& as we're highlighting here, one of the main means by which it
was achieved was the almost universally lauded;
(in the west at least)
'Industrial Revolution, in modern history, the process of change from an agrarian & handicraft economy to one dominated by industry & machine manufacturing. This process began in Britain in the 18th century & from there spread to other parts of the world.
Although used earlier by French writers, the term Industrial Revolution was first popularized by the English economic historian Arnold Toynbee (1852–83) to describe Britain’s economic development from 1760 to 1840. Since Toynbee’s time the term has been more broadly applied.....'
We have to preclude our topic with a little European history.
Why Britain? As mentioned in my other blogs, the British Isles became mighty because of its island status, & as such, it became the strong-hold of the first international bankers, the Knights Templar after they were outlawed by the Church & European states in the early 14th Cen. Their business continued however, both in Europe, Asia, Africa & the Americas, because as most by now know,
the Scandinavians were known to be busy crossing the Atlantic from at least the 10th Cen AD on, thus the routes over the Atlantic were well known to Scottish & Irish (see; St Brendan) merchants long before Columbus set sail. The Greeks had been trading with the Far East at least since the time of Pythagoras 7/6th Cen BC), some 18 centuries before Marco Polo opened up trade between Europe & the Mongolian Empire. Incidentally, both Columbus & Polo were from the north of Italy,
the epicentre of the Renaissance (Rebirth),
or Classical Paganisms magickal reappearance under the guise of Christian art, music & medicine believe it or not. Thus Europeans did not merely happen upon New Worlds in the 15th Cen, they were busily exploring & colonising old worlds for centuries before Columbus' day. From then on however, Central Europe would become an ongoing battleground for supremacy, between the Papal States who adhered to the Catholic tradition, & those who adopted Paganisms new variunt of Christianity, Protestantism.
Behind it all of course were the secret societies, the powerful Guilds of London & a whole host of Pagan offshoots from a host of different European states, all acting in unison towards those ends of which I spoke above, & their command of the entire planet,
its natural & human resources. Britain, though heavily involved in it all & to my mind the central command post, being protected by the sea, it could manually enter & leave conflicts as it pleased, whereas the other nations,
as in WWI/II had to stand & fight it out,
weakening themselves no end.
'The main features involved in the Industrial Revolution were technological, socioeconomic, & cultural. The technological changes included the following: (1) the use of new basic materials, chiefly iron & steel, (2) the use of new energy sources, including both fuels & motive power, such as coal, the steam engine, electricity, petroleum, & the internal-combustion engine, (3) the invention of new machines, such as the spinning jenny & the power loom that permitted increased production with a smaller expenditure of human energy....'
The point being of course, the whole programme depended on slave labour & the annexation of the worlds natural resources, but not just by Britain, it depended on the French & the other colonising nations to tie up loose ends in their appropriated parts of the globe,
the; Dutch East Indies for example, yet it was Britain who commanded the seas, at first by piratry (nautical terrorism),
then by simply commanding all the extreme continental points,
such as Gibralter, Hong Kong, the Falklands, British Guiana
& so on, this was all secured during the height of the Industrial Revolution. Wars, ostensibly fought between Catholic & Protestant, continued between nations in Europe for the purposes of bringing us to where we are today, i.e.
to the point where the common man has (generally) lost his belief in God & pride in his country, plus they kept the populations
down to managable levels & a constant state of fear, which is always a pretext for control.
(4) a new organization of work known as the factory system, which entailed increased division of labour & specialization of function, (5) important developments in transportation & communication, including the steam locomotive, steamship, automobile, airplane, telegraph, & radio, & (6) the increasing application of science to industry. These technological changes made possible a tremendously increased use of natural resources & the mass production of manufactured goods.'
'It is most often applied to systems of mass production & is one of the basic organizing principles of the assembly line. Breaking down work into simple repetitive tasks eliminates unnecessary motion & limits the handling of different tools & parts. The consequent reduction in production time & the ability to replace craftsmen with lower-paid unskilled workers result in lower production costs & a less expensive final product. Contrary to popular belief, however, division of labour does not necessarily lead to a decrease in skills—known as proletarianization—among the working population. The Scottish economist Adam Smith saw this splitting of tasks as a key to economic progress by providing a cheaper & more efficient means of producing goods.'
During this procedure, the Irish, Scottish & Welsh were forced off their ancient lands to aid in Adam Smith's great economic progress scheme, as were the English 'Peasantry' as we're still called.
Metropoloses began to spring up everywhere north of London & to this day, 1000's of immigrants pour into these cities from all over the globe, especially Chinese if you happen to live in Manchester.
'Rather than viewing division of labour as a consequence of a desire for material abundance, [Emile] Durkheim stated that specialization arose from changes in social structure caused by an assumed natural increase in the size & density of population & a corresponding increase in competition for survival. Division of labour functioned to keep societies from breaking apart under these conditions.'
'There were also many new developments in nonindustrial spheres, including the following: (1) agricultural improvements that made possible the provision of food for a larger nonagricultural population, (2) economic changes that resulted in a wider distribution of wealth, the decline of land as a source of wealth in the face of rising industrial production, & increased international trade, (3) political changes reflecting the shift in economic power, as well as new state policies corresponding to the needs of an industrialized society, (4) sweeping social changes, including the growth of cities, the development of working-class movements, & the emergence of new patterns of authority, & (5) cultural transformations of a broad order. Workers acquired new & distinctive skills, & their relation to their tasks shifted; instead of being craftsmen working with hand tools, they became machine operators, subject to factory discipline. Finally, there was a psychological change: confidence in the ability to use resources
& to master nature was heightened.'
Thus, britannica.com et al are trying to tell us all this progress was for our own good. The Industrial Revolution not only produced great engineers like Isambard Kingdom Brunel (pictured below), but it gave rise to the Social Engineer. At the start of my Degree in Politics (1999-2002), we were told, the academic faculty of Politics,
was the; 'Study of MAN'.
I never quite grasped the concept at the time, now I do.
One could say with the utmost surety, that the last 500yrs were a constant drive towards Socialising the world into one homogenous unit, or Polity. Mechanisation is a religious concept in the Mysteries, & comes under the heading of; Magick.
The Magi refer to themselves as 'Builders', 'Masons', 'Craftsmen'
'Dionesian Architects' etc, & when the Knights Templar
(the first international bankers) were proscribed by the Church,
they hid in plain sight as it were within the operative Guilds of Masonry, then branched out all over the world;
List of companies in order of precedence
Worshipful Company of Mercers (general merchants)
Worshipful Company of Grocers (spice merchants)
Worshipful Company of Drapers (wool & cloth merchants)
Worshipful Company of Fishmongers (sellers of fish & seafood)
Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths (bullion dealers)'
These companies were behind the British Empire & are still going stronger than ever & as they say themselves;
'We worship through building'. The Templar Church is in the midst of the great Guild Halls of the City Of London (not London City),
& the Temple to which the name derives is that of the legendary Solomons Temple
of Jerusalem, however, as we've shown in numerous videos & blogs, Solomons Temple is a metaphor for the;
'Perfect human society' (Manly Hall).
The blueprint for the society that became the U.S. was Sir Francis Bacon's; New Atlantis (1626), Britain hadn't yet fully opened up Africa, Asia or the Americas however, it was in the process of doing so. Bacon could speak authoritatively on the subject as he'd been on voyages to the New World with the notorious pirate
Sir Francis Drake. Bacon's works were also the impetus for the colonisation of North America with slaves from Africa, plus we've already spoke of the process of evicting millions of Europeans from their homelands (Irish, Scottish, Italians & Chinese) in my Ireland blog, during the Industrial Revolution;
Bacon's teachings gave rise to the scientific Royal Society in the mid-1600's, an institution we've covered multiple times on here & on my Youtube channel as being the first (modern era) African slave traders & were fully in partnership with the Guilds who went on to colonise India, China & most of the Far East, the French Portuguese, Spanish & Dutch taking care of the rest. Thus all these events contrived to make possible the Industrial Revolution, & indeed America itself, as it was wholly a child of the British Empire.
'Finally, there was a psychological change: confidence in the ability to use resources
& to master nature was heightened.'
What do they mean by this??
'Promethean Ambitions: Alchemy & the Quest to Perfect Nature'
By William R. Newman (2004)
When people read historical articles such as the one delineated above, they hardly ever see past their educational conditioning as a child, because we're taught not to. Imagine the extent of the psychological trauma involved here with those who know there's something wrong but just can't ever seem to get the right answers for their dilemma. Is it any wonder Psychology, as an INDUSTRY sprang up (in London) at the end of the 19th Cen the way it did?
I think the works of Charles Dickens are illustrative in this respect, not only as a literary maestro but he was a first rate social commentator, contemporaries Marx & Engels wrote along the same lines but obviously not as romantically, many other German authors did though but you get my point.
My aim here is merely to note the forces behind mans drive towards mechanisation & those forces were an Occult Pagan religion. What we're seeing now is the culmination of that drive towards the conquest of nature as they see it, which would have been impossible without the population of the earth's,
for the most part, unwitting assistance.
For the same reasons, the 'Digital Revolution' we're now passing through is not the glorious emancipation they pretend it to be,
but the death knell of what little freedoms we previously had. In any event, far from being the spontaneous outburst of creative 18th Cen English genius as the history books present it, it was moreover, the coming together of a well-orchestrated programme, planned by the group behind the Crusades, the Rennaisance, the Reformation, the British Empire, the Slave Trade, the Enlightenment & many more historical events most would never dream of connecting, but they were connected, in the same way Charles Darwin's theory of evolution was related to Martin Luthers nailing of the 96 theses to the door of Wurms Cathedral....they were all contrived behind the closed doors of the secret societies, for the specific purposes of bringing man to the state of apotheosis
(see the 'Promethean' quote above),
amongst many other things.
Should any of the aboves more uncomfortable issues arise publicly nowadays, it's merely blamed on one of the aspects of society they wish to expunge, such as religion, capitalism or the like & to an extent it's true.....however, our job is to determine