There are many sides fighting to influence our world view
We need to listen to all of them (free speech)
The Amphiist defends the views of the oppressed, such as Muslims, the LGBTQ2 community, and men in general
Amphiist is a Greek word meaning looking at both sides
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June 16, 2018 Today in the…
Natural Aristocrat, Emotionally Intelligent, Woke, Self-Actualized
The mainstream media does not advocate for any particular religion, except in an indirect way, the New Age religion which several philosophers from the past have espoused. Although the occult dates back to Greek mythology and no doubt before, in modern times, names that are often mentioned in conjunction with this world view include Helena P Blavatsky, Manly P Hall, Benjamin Crème, and the wickedest man in the world, Alesteir Crowley. Blavatsky’s theosophy moved beyond Christianity. Hall was a member of the highest realm in both Freemasonry and the Illuminati. Crème also advocated for a post Christian, humanist-centered world. Crowley worked with magic and summoning demons because he was totally committed to advancing Lucifer’s cause.(Turn over page for other perspective)
The Other Side
The great philosopher Nietzsche advocated for a superman. He thought that such an ideal man necessitated certain blood and bleeding. An amphiist, on the other hand, believes that just as Carlyle posited, a man can be a natural aristocrat (or woman). This means that he does not need to be born into a certain line to be great. If someone is emotionally intelligent, or open-minded, if they pursue pleasure, if they believe in unity, in a one-world gov’t, religion, etc., then they can be a superman.
The elite believe that no human being can ever really attain this great individual height. They believe in transhumanism. They believe the most powerful ‘people’ on earth are non-human entities to whom the shadow government of the world reports. They believe that Christianity represented the age of Pisces, and that we are now entering the age of Aquarius. We are now in a post-Christian world, in other words. A superman now would not be a Christian, but someone far more progressive. Perhaps the superman will be Maitreya, the being whom all religions await at the end of days. He is the Christ, the Madhi, the Messiah, the Buddha Maitreya, or the Krishna. A common sense way to look at this is to acknowledge that a person’s father can be known by his first name, or referred to as Grampy, Dad, as a brother, etc., but he is always the same person. Or perhaps the superman is in each of us, once we move past the restrictive cage of organized religion?