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Book details
  • Genre:BODY, MIND & SPIRIT
  • SubGenre:Ancient Mysteries & Controversial Knowledge
  • Language:English
  • Pages:384
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9786165827713

Krivda, the Godtrix Against the Matrix

by Enna Reittort View author's profile page

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Overview
We understand 'religion' to be a matter of 'spirituality'. Why then is it that our modern secular institutions of money and science behave like 'religion' - with dogma, infallible high priests and the people's blind faith in false beliefs? The resulting cognitive dissonance demands elucidation, now more than ever. To unravel it is to embark on a terrifying journey into the genesis and growth, modalities and purposes of organized 'religion' as a sophisticated tool of control over humanity through fear, guilt and poverty, perfected over millennia, deploying its endgame now - for a post-human future. 'Religion' in its complexity is considered here from the perspective of the people, of gods and priests, of Nature and of 'a place beyond the gods'. Anthropology of traditional cultures and grassroots esoterics is woven in with history, insights from beyond 3D, and the real meaning of words, to decipher the occulted identity of gods and religions - masters of deceitful theft and sacrificial machineries, at the expense of the natural culture of human economies, the wealth of Nature, and of all of life. We need to know the long game of the gods if we are to reclaim what it is to be humans in the fullest sense of our soul-full and creative calling on this extraordinary Earth planet, as exemplified by the depth of what were truly Human traditions.
Description
'Krivda' is an ancient Russian word that means 'deceit' with a twist - the subtler, more pernicious connotation of 'reality made crooked'. This word, and its meaning, underpins the discovery of how machineries of 'religion' operate over a long historical arc of six thousand years, revealing striking structural and operational continuity from the religions of ancient gods to those of the modern secular gods of money and science. That continuity is reaching its culmination in the present early part of the twenty-first century. The new god of techno science emerges around the globe, its religion seamlessly taking the succession of its predecessors all gathered into its fold, its dogma seamlessly taking over the well-conditioned mind and psyche of man... Therein lies the 'god-trix'. The book does not adopt a conventional historiographical approach, but rather seeks to perceive the unfolding of that continuity from the standpoint of the common people - the silent non-actors of conventional history - through the insights of grassroots anthropology and forgotten esoteric traditions. It is also considered from what would be the standpoint of 'the gods' and their priesthoods. Many clues are found in words, their etymologies, ancient meanings, as well as in occult word-spell. When seen from the perspective of ordinary humans, the long historical arc of organized religion, both 'religious' and 'secular', reveals an extraordinarily consistent pattern of a phenomenon that goes beyond oppression and mind control - the multifaceted use of humanity by 'the gods' as a resource providing them with much more than slave labor and worship. As the journey progresses, it becomes clear that 'the gods', disproportionately powerful though they may be, are extremely dependent on us mortal humans for various forms of 'food'. To secure their steady supply of these 'foods' they bind humanity in a top-down co-dependent relationship of which most humans today are quite unaware. In the same dynamic, 'the gods' bind Nature along with humans in pure enslaved exploitation. Nature is the true 'Matrix' - the Womb - along with humans who are her natural 'children'. Ultimately, what 'the gods' so crave from their 'human resource' is a very great prize, of cosmic significance. Their covert games of Krivda over the millennia are now openly legible - in an open challenge of end-times proportions to the essence of what it is to be human. This book is for those who seek a deeper understanding of how we arrived to this point through immense trials and tribulations, and a clear sense of human truth that the challenge irrevocably requires us to recover.
About the author
Enna Reittort is a traditional culture anthropologist (PhD), a linguist, a regenerative farmer, a contemplative meditator. She lives in a village in south-east Asia.
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