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Spinoza and the Liberal Tyranny

September 29, 2010

[Editor's Note: Stephen Volk , the author of "The American Poetry Holocaust" chronicles the influence of Jewish cabalism (Illuminism) on American literature. Here he suggests that liberalism owes a debt to Spinoza's Cabalistic pantheism. Spinoza identified God with nature. Therefore people no longer had a moral absolute and basis for free will.  "Individual freedom" came to mean Illuminism, i.e. cabalistic satanism: "Do as Thou Wilt" instead of freedom to follow your conscience.  Media mind-controllers thus had carte blanche to control the mass consciousness.]  

By Stephen Volk

By the time whistle blower Abram Lipsky published "Man the Puppet: The Art of Controlling Minds," in 1925, the permanent liberal beachhead in North America was established.  The Statue of Liberty might easily have been swapped for a dark statue of Spinoza, polished by Illuminati Jewish banker Paul Warburg.

Liberal mind control is the unrestrained source of tyranny over North America today.  Lipsky's revelations on thwarting the common man, spell-binding, propaganda technique, education, and instincts and mechanisms, make it clear why his book is almost nowhere to be found today.
The Jews of Spinoza's day banned him from the synagogue. In the same vein, the Jew Abram Lipsky did his community service.  But where are such noble Jews today?  Is the Jewish community, by its silence, granting permission to the usurping, subjugating, tyrannizing liberal agenda? 

An agenda which grew from the cabalist seed of Spinoza to become the globally unweeded garden - choking truth and beauty - we have today?


Will Durant's The Story of Philosophy gives insight.  Durant reveals, "His promiscuous veracity extended to the mystical philosophy of Gebirot and the Kabbalistic intricacies of Moses of Cordova."ii 

Durant emphasizes, "All philosophy after him is permeated with his thought,"iii:  "It was by combining Spinoza with Kant's epistemology that Fichte, Schelling and Hegel reached their varied pantheisms."iv 

The pantheist Goethe bestowed accolades upon the dark Spinoza.   

The scholarly 1910-1911 Encyclopedia Britannica Eleventh Edition writes of the dark philosopher, "Spinoza's philosophy is a thoroughgoing pantheism.  God is used throughout as equivalent to Nature."v

Today, Joseph Carr in The Twisted Cross shows how the cosmology and cosmogony of Nazism is 100% identical to the Marxist New Age, including the pantheism of both.  (See "Lucifer Rising Through Illuminati
for more on pantheism.vii) 

Indeed, on Mayday 1776 Adam Weishaupt founded the Bavarian Illuminati (otherwise known as the Order of Perfectibilists). He was a Jew who had been educated and trained by the Jesuits/Society of Jesus before becoming a Protestant and then a pantheist under the philosophy of Baruch Spinoza!
Baruch Spinoza,  "brought his pantheism and his determinism with him to the study of Descartes from the mystical theologians of his race."viii 

As Wayne John Sturgeon defined it, "This adoption of pantheism would further develop into an occult-based humanism and a socio-political programme that held the Illuminati's six basic tenets of doctrine:  Abolition of: monarchy and all ordered governments; private property; inheritance;
patriotism; the family (i.e of marriage, all Christian morality and the institution of the communal education of children); and  abolition of all religion."  

Sturgeon adds, "Globalization and neo-liberalism are doing today exactly what the six points of Weishaupt's programme was trying to do and achieve through seditious and instrumental action all those many years ago." 


Naturalism denies our freedom and responsibility, and represents our consciousness that we are free as a beneficent illusion.  It not only denies man's immortality, but also assigns to him a place of relative insignificance in the universe. 

Both Lennon and Lenin sang, in effect, "Imagine there's no heaven.  It's easy if you try..."  Spinoza, if you will, sang it proudly and Weishaupt picked up the tune...   

Reason, according to the naturalistic view, is a product and not the cause of the universe; it is neither its first cause nor its final purpose, but merely a local accident very much restricted in its range and very humble indeed in its function. 

The ideals of Goodness, Beauty, Truth, vanish from the world as naturalism interprets it.  Naturalism is philosophically insufficient as it is opposed to man's higher ideals of Goodness, Beauty, and Truth. 

In my book, The American Poetry Holocaust, I endeavor to reveal how the naturalistic cabal network destroyed the elements of traditional poetry, forcing naturalistic modern poetry onto North Americans.  This is a
must read for defenders of culture... poetry-holocaust/8511546

It is important to remember Spinoza's pantheism integrated occult Kabbala teachings. "Kabbalism is a system of Jewish mysticism and magic and is the foundational element in modern witchcraft. Virtually all of the great witches and sorcerers of this century were Kabbalists." reveals
William J. Schnoebelen in The Dark Side of Freemasonry.

In conclusion, we don't have any argument with classical liberalism in terms of individual liberty and equal opportunity.  But American liberalism today is concerned with promoting "diversity" as a way of undermining America's European Christian character.

Spinoza's cabalistic pantheism simply legitimized paganism and ignored God as a personal Being, whose relationship to repentant humanity was restored by Jesus Christ, and who as Creator is Sovereign with a moral force and purpose regenerating life.
As a result, people lost their moral compass and were vulnerable to control through the specious appeal for "freedom" and "equality" used by the mass media owned by cabalist (Illuminati) bankers.     



  i Abram Lipsky,  Man The Puppet: The Art of Controlling Minds.  New York: Frank-Maurice, 1925.  
ii Will Durant, The Story of Philosophy (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2005), p. 115.  
iii Durant, p. 149.
iv Durant, p. 150.
v   Encyclopedia Britannica Eleventh Edition, Volume xxv, p. 691.
vi See Fritz Thyssen's I Paid Hitler for Nazism's pantheistic mythology.
viii  Encyclopedia Britannica Eleventh Edition, Volume xxv, p. 689.
x "Letters of Spinoza and Albert Burgh," The World's Greatest Letters (New York: Simon & Schuster,
Rockefeller Center, 1940), pp. 105-107.


A book on Protestant/Freemason cooperation is long overdue!  Freemasonry is known as the stepchild of Protestantism.)  My book, 
Museum of Heretics is a 21st century satire, satire with a purpose, illustrating in a small midwestern American town how Spinoza's liberalism and naturalism infiltrated the Catholic Church.   This book is very,  very  entertaining,  while heightening awareness.

In my book, New Age Deception in the Holy Land, researched 14 months onsite in Israel, much is revealed on Kabbala and the over 66 Freemason lodges in the Holy Land.  Summarily, from the Spinozan world view, incorporating kabbalism, emerges textbooks, educational supplements, books, magazines, newspapers, TV and radio programs, all spinning from Spinoza a society progressively headed to the abyss...


Comments for "Spinoza and the Liberal Tyranny"

Stephen Volk said (October 2, 2010):

How is it that worshiping the Universe or Pantheism, which is necessary for life, is evil?
A. In intrinsically Christian doctrine, to worship the creation instead of the personal Creator is evil.

Q. If God is Love and eternal, why would you assume that He will at some point cease sustaining you?

A. Who said this? (Smile) To offer everyone who would accept eternal life was the successfully-completed goal of the Passover Lamb, Jesus Christ.

Q. It seems to me that you are increasingly viewing just about everything as having a devilish provenance. E.g. James Joyce. Goethe. Etc. I would not be terribly surprised if like Protestant Fundamentalists you regard Catholics as on a par with terrorists.

A. Spinoza was the first modern pantheist. Goethe, also a pantheist, praised him. The foundation for contemporary Illuminati-funded (Working Committee in Amsterdam) New Age is pantheism. On another note, Spinoza's ability with Latin gave it a certain scholarly "diginity." His ikonic adulation by liberal Jewish writers is going strong. While neither I nor Dr. Makow regard Catholics on a par with terrorists (my great uncle, Cardinal Volk of Hamburg, cast the deciding vote for Pope John Paul I, murdered by Illuminati Freemasonry three months later in the Vatican), Spinoza practically did see former pupil turned Catholic monk, Albert Burgh, as a "terrorist," if you will, in opposition to the modern pantheism. (Please see The World's Great Letters, Simon & Schuster, 1940.)

John said (September 30, 2010):

Before concluding anything about Spinoza I would strongly recommend that you read Dr Paul Wienpahl's book, The Radical Spinoza. Wienpahl was a professor of philosophy at the University of California at Santa Barbara for many years. Spinoza is not an easy philosopher to understand and he wrote in an unusual Latin. The word pantheism has meant many different things to many different persons over a very long period of time. A large book could be written on the subject. To regard all those whose view of things is different from yours or mine as Satanist seems a bit slothful. I am not sure if you regard all non-Christians as Satanists. If so I think your point of view is very provincial and dangerous.

I read your articles because I like seeing what has to offer. It seems to me that you are increasingly viewing just about everything as having a devilish provenance. E.g. James Joyce. Goethe. Etc. I would not be terribly surprised if like Protestant Fundamentalists you regard Catholics as on a par with terrorists.

The real problem these days in the West is that corporations have all the power and direct the governments. It hardly matters who they worship or why. The fact is that these rather impersonal entities transform employees into persons without conscience and behave most destructively. Satanism to the extent that it exists is hardly to be feared--but giving it a lot of publicity certainly helps people experience a weakening fear.

As another reading suggestion I would recommend books by Stanislav Grof,MD. A great deal of what I find on alternative sites reminds me of his writings on the perinatal matrices. Yes, the world is dangerous--but fear makes matters worse. To seek a deeper understanding of life's various aspects reduces fear and can bring true happiness.

I hope you don't find this e-mail insulting. I am at an age where I no longer feel much drawn to recrimination, witch hunts, etc. I would like to see 9/11 thoroughly investigated and the culprits brought to trial. But mixing in words like Satanist tends to discredit the writer as much as anything. Or so I believe.

Thanks John,

I am not a Christian so I certainty do not think all non Christians are Satanists. I have a great deal of respect for Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism.
I would like Jesus to be Son of God but I only believe he expressed the Will of God.


Bob said (September 30, 2010):

Jim below--You state: "When you consider the concept of an external God, it becomes obvious that if this external entity created and sustains you, then eventually you will cease to be." It's not obvious to me. If God is Love and eternal, why would you assume that He will at some point cease sustaining you?

Jim said (September 30, 2010):

Pantheism is not a creation of Kabbalists. The Europeans were pantheists, who worshiped Nature, long before the Romans invaded and forced the slave philosophy of Christianity down their collective throats (thank you Constantine). Since that time, Europeans have been engaged in endless warfare, while they toil for their masters (the inventors of Christianity).

When you consider the concept of an external God, it becomes obvious that if this external entity created and sustains you, then eventually you will cease to be. The only possibility for any Human to be eternal is if this God were part of the Human itself, and the existential core or being is the most likely candidate for this connection between God and Human. The theory of Pantheism follows the occult law of the triangle.

The existential core is clearly formless and timeless, and is considered God. The Universe, which is both form and therefore temporal, is the opposite pole of being or God. The reality is consciousness or life, which is the third point unifying God and Universe (being and body).

Pantheism recognizes and glorifies the Universe or Physical World as the body of God. Without this body, there could not be life or existence. How is it that worshiping the Universe or Pantheism, which is necessary for life, is evil?

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at