Cheerfully Doing All Things


In the beginning, there was man — and for a time, it was good.  But humanity’s civilization soon fell victim to materialism and covetousness.  Then man made a System in his own likeness — man becoming the architect of his own demise.  But for a time, it was good.

The Cynics were a philosophical group in Greece and Rome around two to three centuries before and after Christ.  They were named, by their critics, after dogs [The Greek kynikos] because of their shameless rejection of conventional manners, mores, and values.  They were a group of indifference towards the normality enforced by Luciferian control systems.  They were known for eating with hands, going naked and having intercourse in public, walking barefoot, sleeping outside, etc.  As dogs, who have a very discerning nature, they could recognize as friends and receive kindly those ready for their teachings and lifestyle – while they would drive away any unfitted or unfriendly.

I share, with the Cynics, a similar understanding of how happiness is attained in mortal life:

  • The goal of life is happiness, or joy – which is to live in harmony with Nature.
  • Happiness depends on freeing yourself from influences such as wealth, fame, materialism, or power – things that have no value in Nature.
  • Suffering is caused by assigning value falsely – striving after the wrong things leads to negative emotions and vicious character traits.

Paleoanarchism, or Anarcho-primitivism, is a critique of the origins and progress of human civilization.  As I studied human history I noticed a common trend, the shift from hunter-gatherer tribes to sedentary agrarian communities gave rise to the social stratification, coercion, and alienation from God, fellow humans, and Nature that have been the main reasons behind every success Satan has had with the human race.  Anarcho-primitivists advocate a return to non-“civilized” ways of life thru deindustrializing society, abolishing the division of labor, and abandoning large-scale organization power into states.

Satan’s first success story with using a mortal to alter conditions on earth was Cain.  Notice that Cain brought forth “of the fruit of the ground an offering unto the Lord,” signifying his lifestyle of sedentary agrarianism.  He was the first to “build a city,” thereby establishing a rule of statism over his posterity.  His family initiated the first secret craft guild societies when they became “instructors of every artificer in brass and iron.”

This continued beyond the deluge in Noah’s time – with the great amalgamating power represented by Nimrod’s Babel.  As any statist, Nimrod was working to concentrate all power and knowledge at the top of his pyramid –archie.  Had the Lord not gone down and encrypted the human language, either Nimrod or someone following in his footsteps, would have succeeded.

Today, were are nearing that point again.  Babylon has brought all nations and people,

“to bow down with grief, sorrow, and care, under the most damning hand of murder, tyranny, and oppression, supported and urged on and upheld by the influence of that spirit which hath so strongly riveted the creeds of the fathers, who have inherited lies, upon the hearts of the children, and filled the world with confusion, and has been growing stronger and stronger, and is now the very mainspring of all corruption, and the whole earth groans under the weight of its iniquity.”

Her “iron yoke” and “strong bands” represent the “very handcuffs, chains, shackles, and fetters of hell.”  The innocent are murdered by this System – and we, as the ones awakened to it – have an “imperitive duty” to “work with great earnestness” – even “that we should waste and wear out our lives in bringing to light all the hidden things of darkness.”

Babylon has entrapped us to an unbelievable extent.  There is no way to be truly pure in the world today.  Babylon provides all who suck at her breast a simulated sameness that removes humans from the natural cycles of life.  Our planet has boasted extraordinary longevity because she has been allowed to go thru the cycles of waxing and waning, decay and renewal.  These cycles are necessary for humans too – for the rejuvenation of our cells.  However, we are provided food produced in industrial factories without respect to seasons, water on tap at any time without respect to seasons, housing at the same temperature and amount of light without respect to seasons – but everything comes at a cost.  Urbanization and industrialization of human life has resulted in persistent stress, rampant responsibilities, less sleep, less play, less sunlight, creation of new environmental toxins, new pathogens, and reduced fertility.

We have falsely assigned value to monogamy, body modesty, consumption of things, “cheap” food, allopathic medicine, statism, hierarchies, and public education [Note that in that last link, LDS are half as likely as the general population to homeschool].  These manifestations of the Luciferian control system are intended to entice and derail the energies of the saints – until we come to lose agency and consciousness.  Humans are only truly happy when we embrace that which is designed into our constitution and nature – this means rejection of all things that are the result of convention or earthly –archies.

I believe firmly that if we “cheerfully do all things that lie in our power” – we can then “stand still, with the utmost assurance, to see the salvation of God, and for his arm to be revealed.”  In Acts 2, when the Holy Spirit came upon the believers gathered in that upper room — they immediately got up, left the room, and went to work.  Likewise, let us not focus on preaching to the choir, but instead focus on creating a little anarchy in the local congregations each of us has been placed into by the Lord [Examples of this can be found here, here, and here].

All things that lie in our power, which can restore humanity’s natural order, include:

 

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See also:  Zo-ma-rah’s Week in Faith October 17, 2010, comments at Tom’s Church Finance – Part III, and D&C 123: 7-15, 17

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13 Comments

  1. Really wonderful Justin. I was thinking of writing a post that condenses the things we have been learning through this blog. And it looks like you have done that. Thank you.
    I want to add to all the readers of this blog if you feel you are being awakened to new things, good things here you are not alone.
    I have recently met a person who has never read a word of this blog. Yet they are already practicing many of the ideas and suggestions expressed here. I am speaking of ideas completely outside of anything they could have heard in the LDS church.
    That made me remember that I had been preaching quite recently some of the ideas that I later saw expressed in this blog. And for myself I know that these ideas had no other source than from within or in clearer language from the Spirit of God.
    And there are others I could list whom I have seen bringing forth the same concepts, specific actions and specific doctrines never taught in our lifetimes in the LDS church.
    The specificness and remoteness of these occurrences and even the fact that we now have contacted one another remove this from the realm of chance and place it undeniably in the hands of the working of God.
    I am reminded of the people of Alma under the rule of Amulon with Lamanite gaurds. They had the knowledge which would liberate them that very night spoken directly to their hearts by the Spirit of God.
    Some of the posts I have read lately on other blogs like Pure Momonism and Truth Hurts have brought to light some of the hidden things of darkness about the church. But this has not destroyed my faith since my faith is in God and Christ not men. But it has helped to free me from the chains of conformity and fear which prevent us from following God.
    It therefore allows me to go forward and cheerfully act upon the new found truths.
    To those of you new to this blog I say fear not, but be believing. Turning away from apostasy is to turn toward God.

  2. Our last child was born at home, on dry land, unassisted and with no cord cut. It was a wonderful experience. I have a brother whose last child was also born at home in a pool of water, but with a midwife, no cord cut (I believe). (They got the idea of not cutting the cord from our experience.) One of my sisters had two of her children born at home, in the bathtub, with midwife assistence, cords cut. My wife was born at home, as were some of her siblings. Having witnessed hospital births and a homebirth, the latter, in my experience and estimation, is far superior. Also, although I enjoy all my kids, this unassisted, homebirthed, uncut cord child, is remarkable in every way, an absolute joy to be around, ecstatically happy at all times. I have heard that children born this way and nursed are remarkably well-adjusted and happy, so it may be that the child’s birth is a/the major contributing factor to what my wife and I are seeing.

  3. After our son’s birth required an emergency c-section, my wife and I learned that such is a very common occurrence. Many of our friends and people we heard about online had the same birth experience we did. I’ve come to learn that many of the “terrible birth stories” people have wherein they conclude how “thankful” they were for being at the hospital — the problems that arose where caused by the hospital birthing experience.

    It was after my in-laws had a terrible hospital birth experience with my wife that my in-laws decided to have my wife’s younger brother at home.

    We, likewise, have used mid-wife assistance for at-home births since the experience with our son.

    The hospital is a place you go for medical emergencies — giving birth is not an emergency. Allopathic doctors treat birth as though it was something wrong with you — when giving birth, nothing could be more right with a woman.

  4. I guess my mind must still be centered on money, because the first thing I thought about hospitals was how expensive it is.

  5. That is always another manifestation of how the system is controlled by Lucifer. It will always be based on money — for that is how things must be exchanged in Babylon.

    I just came across a site about “freeganism“. Their practices can be read here. According to the site:

    Freeganism is a total boycott of an economic system where the profit motive has eclipsed ethical considerations and where massively complex systems of productions ensure that all the products we buy will have detrimental impacts most of which we may never even consider. Thus, instead of avoiding the purchase of products from one bad company only to support another, we avoid buying anything to the greatest degree we are able.

  6. The birth of our youngest cost $0, so I guess we completely bypassed the Luciferian system, and it was the most fun and interesting of all of our children’s births.

  7. Hi Guys,

    Wow…I’m just excited to find that there are others that spiritually dicerned and become aware as I have. I found (rather was guided to) this site about a month ago. I have enjoyed reading much of what is here and I am glad to see that there are otheres that feel and think as I do. I have often felt alone in church. Anyway, I wanted to add that I too have been spiritually impressed to do certain nonconfrontational unorthordoxed things in efforts to help waken others. For example, the lasr couple of weeks at chuch I started to get away with the white shirt tie thingy. I started wearing colored shirts and no ties. I started dressing more casually rather than corporately. I wore a white shirt untucked, no tire and house shoes. Another time I wore a white 2 button t-shrt, black jeans, tennis shoes and leather sport jacket. I also carry around to read at chuch my kaballah books and the Zohar as well as my scriptures. I go to a lage ward in Virginia, aka littel Utah. Boy do i have some stories I could tell. I hope that I will be welcomed here as a brother of the faith in Christ. I look forward to many wonderful exchanges of thoughts and ideas. God Bless you all.

  8. I also sport facial hair. LOL.

  9. jew1967:

    If you haven’t, read the Spicing up your church experience post. However, it seems you have already begun many of them.

  10. Another thing I have thought about doing is bandaging my eye or wear an eye patch and when people ask about it refer them to JST Mark 9. LOL. I was blind but now I see.

  11. HaHA! I love it, Jew1967.

  12. From the Jesus Radicals website:

    We are alienated from nature. More and more, nature is something that we watch and consume. Direct experience with nature is becoming a rarity. Instead we come to websites and read about nature, look at pictures of nature or watch films devoted to nature. Other people go to school and become geneticists, biologists or the like that study nature from a distance. Children would rather be inside watching television or playing video games, or playing on the internet. In part, due to paranoid parents who are afraid to let their children explore the natural world — to walk along streams, climb trees, to play in awe and wonder at the world — a whole generation is now completely enmeshed in the technological system, oblivious to the wonders around them not created by human hands.

    The nastiness that is current industrial farming practices is talked about, as well as many other good issues.

  13. deseret news says leaving the church will be harmful to your mental health

    http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865570519/Study-examines-relationship-between-mental-health-and-religion-spirituality.html


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