Saturday, August 12, 2017

Into the Mystic memoir – Ojai

Ojai is only 90 minutes but a world away from LA. I became a Valley Girl, that is Ojai Valley. California harbored a number of arcane schools but none exceeds the charms of Krotona, nestled in the artists colony of Ojai Valley like Shangri La. Krotona started in the Hollywood Hills before moving to the Ojai sanctuary. Krotona Colony was a lost Oasis of old LA. 

Full article: https://ionamiller.wordpress.com/2010/09/05/into-the-mystic-memoir-ojai/

Friday, June 1, 2012

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Ojai Resident Alice Baily's Contribution to the UN And Its World Core Curriculum


This is a small segment of a wonderful, 70+ part, information packed, series titled "Know Your Enemy". You can view the entire list of topics in the "Know Your Enemy" series here.

So, what's wrong with the UN providing a World Core Curriculum? Aren't they neutral and just being helpful?


Thursday, September 1, 2011

Ojai's Annie Besant: 19th And 20th Century Spiritual "Who's Who"

In an article titled "Annie Besant: Ahead of Her Times", the author mentions she had "unorthodox religious views" including atheism, then freethought, then "Theosophy".

We find Basant had an "unreasonable husband" who tried to squelch her right to "free thinking". Then we find she was sentenced in a court of law to a  6-month prison term for "obscene libel". We are told she was merely doing her job involved with publishing a book that was merely a book about "birth control" without being given the title so you can read the book for yourself.

With a little searching, I found the book "Fruits of Philosophy" and read it. It was a book of sedition to throw off the cultural and moral norms of the time; hence the prison sentence issue. Her husband was so upset by her involvement that he filed for legal divorce and full custody of their daughter.

All tyrannical systems win over the hearts of those they conquer, or wish to rule over, with "Aesopian" (deceptive) language and pretending to have "concern for the oppressed" when all they want is power for themselves, or to "be like the most high" as Lucifer promised Eve in the Garden. Note China's title of "The People's Republic" (See "Communism & NWO: Wall Street's Utopian Hoax'). Besant, in like fashion, "spoke and wrote against unhealthy industrial conditions and low wages for young factory women which resulted in women’s strikes"; bringing the chaos it was intended to foment. Here is a short video explaining the use of these tactics in Saul Alinsky's book "Rules For Radicals". Hilary Clinton did her college Thesis on Saul Alinsky.  (Note Alinsky dedicated his book to "Lucifer").

The article goes on; "In 1887 Besant converted to Theosophy, (a Luciferian religion see Alinsky video above), after meeting Madame Blavatsky, a spiritualist who in 1875 had founded the Theosophical Society. Besant quickly applied her skills, energy and enthusiasm to this new religious cause. After Madame Blavatsky died in 1891 at Besant's home, the Theosophical Society split into two branches, with Besant as President of one branch. She was a popular writer and speaker for Theosophy."

But what does she have to do with Ojai?? "In 1927, she bought land in the upper Ojai valley north of Ventura, California on which she planned to build a religious center. She couldn’t do it because there wasn’t enough water. Annie owned the newspaper called The Ojai in the late 1920s and felt that Ojai was the magnetic center of the universe. She did start the Happy Valley High School in Ojai in which she believed that a new type of children were being raised in Southern California that would need a unique education in living. The emphasis of the Happy Valley High School was to teach the students how to think, not what to think."

Besant also made it to Terry Melanson's list of the Who's Who of Freemasonry titled: "Freemasonry: Midwife To An Occult Empire":

Her entry reads, "Annie Besant (October 1, 1847 - September 20, 1933) was responsible for founding the British Federation of the International Order of Co-Freemasonry. Besant was intimately involved with Fabian socialism and was a member of the Fabian Society. Having been converted to the teachings of the Theosophical Society after a review of Madame Blavatsky's The Secret Doctrine, she joined the organization, rose in the ranks, becoming its European, and finally, worldwide head."



To the left is the Fabian Society's logo which is a wolf in sheeps clothing.


You can easily find lots of information on the Fabian Society's symbolism and their meaning on the web. 


Here, you can see Tony Blair standing next to the "Fabian Window" which was commissioned by founding Fabian Society member and eugenics advocate, George Bernard Shaw. Shaw is represented in the window wearing red and to the right of him, you will see the logo.

This video will give you a brief overview of "Fabian Socialism" which is the same as "Communitarianism"

In this video, Samuel Blumenfeld explains the history of the Fabian Society and how it uses the school system to change a society: