No, I don’t think Merlin cast a spell to that affect. (While it’s fairly certain that Merlin is a real character, I doubt he would do black magic against Christians). For a year I’ve been reading and thinking about Joseph Farrell’s corpus. I’m not entirely sure how much I buy his whole “cosmic war” theory, and whether he is right or wrong about “deep physics,” I do not have the intelligence to judge that situation.
I do know something about economics, though, being schooled (though firmly rejecting) in the Misesian tradition. I’m currently reading Babylon’s Banksters. Any reservations I have about the book deal with the chapters on deep physics. Farrell’s reading of the economic situation, while innovative, appears to be sound.
Farrell summarizes his earlier books in a few pages in this book. While my problems with the “cosmic war” thesis deal with my inability to harmonize it with the biblical narrative on early man (sorry, I won’t budge on this issue), I do accept that Farrell is on to something very important.
He makes the argument that an international banking cartel has existed for hundreds (perhaps thousands) of years. There is a religious dimension to this cartel, though there endgame is primarily money and power. The Federal Reserve is only the most recent manifestation of this cartel.
In some circles I’m known as an ardent defender of Serbia, and that’s true enough. I do grant that Arkan and Milosevic are guilty of war crimes (same as NATO); nor was Serbia as “holy” as many made her out to be. That said, one can often identify oneself accurately enough by one’s enemies. While ultimately I ascribe spiritual and theological causes to major events in history, I do realize that the saying “follow the money” is accurate on one level. What did the Anglo-American establishment stand to gain on removing the social nationalist government of Serbia?
Fr Raphael has given a good summary of the goals of the New World Order on Serbia. The West knew if it could get a pipeline running from central asia into Europe, it could bypass Russia and be set for its energy needs. Serbia, sitting in a natural transit route, seemed the best location. Problem being, Serbia was a Social Nationalist state and for all of Milosevic’s evils, he opposed global capitalism and the New World Order. Therefore, the NWO had to do several things: 1) secure the oil transit, 2) destroy a strong Social Nationalism regime, and 3) prove to the world that it could bypass international law and depose leaders at will.
While I say that Black Magic destroyed Serbia, I don’t want to overmystify the reality. Black magic is tied to fiat money, reserve banking, and the creation of wealth from nothing. I do believe there are sinister religious dimensions to the New World Order; I just don’t want to use that as a hypothesis yet.