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I.10. September 11, 2001


...will be remembered as the specific date that "civilization," as popularly defined, crashed and burned, by dropping its masks, and revealing its true nature for all to behold in broad daylight. On that day the pharaohs, with names, and faces, and identities, crossed the Rubicon in a decisive and irrevocable bid to rule the world by force of arms, and perpetual war. In so doing, they abandoned all pretense of legitimacy, integrity, and leadership – excepting only the ersatz "leadership" that derives from brute force.

Since the events of that terrible Black Tuesday, the shock of the moment has somewhat subsided, and many sober and capable individuals have sifted the wreckage, analyzed the remaining evidence, and placed before the public in many fora damning accusations of deliberate and cynically premeditated and executed crimes against humanity, and the perpetrators' (alleged) "countrymen." The accused are named; their crimes have been specified, and supported with abundant evidence and analysis.1 The accused have remained silent to their accusers, and have continued their uninterrupted career of crime to the present moment. In "law," as it has been practiced since the Roman Empire, when the accused fail to reply to their accusers, they admit by default, nolo contendere.

The pretended glory of civilization is now revealed for all to see – who will – as the sham and the fraud it has always been. It rattles on, propelled by reliance upon the naked brutality of its armies, and supported by the inertia of five thousand years of fraudulent mythology. The armies rely in turn upon oil – and so, guess where the armies are right now, and are going to be from here on out, making damned sure they have oil, whether anyone else has or not?

The pharaohs know where the oil is, and are determined to secure all of it, by any necessary means. Mythology, however, is an entirely different matter. So long as the pharaohs control the world's mythologies, they effectively control the world's people; yet every individual's mythology resides within his or her own mind and heart, and is available to each of us for editing, rewriting, or complete replacement, at any time.

So there's bad news, and good news, in the aftermath of 911. The bad news is, we have to change our mythologies, if we want to survive the collapse of civilization. The good news is, we have the power to do this. Thus at the end of civilization, the pharaohs have the oil – until they don't; and we have the power – if we use it.


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1. See Ruppert, 2004, and ELLEN MARIANI vs. GEORGE W. BUSH, et al., 11/26/2003.



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