“Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.” ~ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
By Catherine Austin Fitts
Jasun Horsley’s book Vice of Kings is an exploration in the purpose, practice and importance of pedophilia.
Horsley begins with his own childhood among the British aristocracy. He explains the basis upon which he renounced his family and fortune. He branches out from the intimate into the scandal surrounding Jimmy Saville, the life and teachings of Aleister Crowley and the accumulated evidence to suggest that pedophilia is far more prevalent than we commonly believe.
Horsley is interested in exploring the philosophy and culture behind pedophilia. For me, this is a wholly unique approach.
I think of pedophilia as prevalent because it has been successful as a tool of power and wealth accumulation and control. Inducting children into the practice early creates an imprinting system – just as a farmer will hold a calf or foal when it is born to imprint it with the farmer instead of the mother.
These are the subconscious ties that bind. Children can then be trained to provide sex, data storage, courier services, even assassination. Child slaves are the basis of numerous personnel benefits. Child sex slaves create control files and the basis of blackmail. Pedophilia is one of the mechanisms by which covert operations can be implemented and kept secret on an economic basis. Indeed, it is hard to imagine how the secrecy of the national security state could exist without pedophilia and related mind control technologies.
Could a small group in the national security state have stolen trillions and built a breakaway civilization without pedophilia? I doubt it.
Consequently, Horsely’s approach is quite eye opening. His prism into this heart of darkness is not transactions, resource allocation and personnel management. His doorway is our beliefs, our justifications and our world view. He is an explorer of our culture and our souls.
For those of you interested in better understanding the ancient pedophila practices thriving to this day, add Jasun Horsley and his book to your list.
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