About my strange terminology, and about ‘Yahweh’
Responses to comments by David and Miriam
These responses come as a new post, as they may be of interest to others too.
David, on the post ‘Peasant, the word itself’
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As I've explored your writing today, I've come across words I've never seen before. Some are from specialized out-of-the-mainstream vocabularies: word-spell and egregore, while others appear to be self-coined: godtrix. Are you aware when you choose words from your personal universe? To make yourself more readable for newcomers, would you consider defining unusual words?
Thank you to David, for bringing up this important practical point.
My Substack started off simply to keep up a dialogue with readers already more or less familiar with my book Krivda, the Godtrix against the Matrix. I never expected a bigger or ‘newer’ readership, as I thought my ‘stuff’ was fringe of the fringe. But podcasts bring new people in, and a certain conversation with wonderful Dr Tess has worked its magic. As David rightly points out, this broader audience include people not so versed in esoteric terminology - although it is well worth becoming acquainted with basic terms for they do have currency, especially in the ‘alternative’ world that has grown aware of occult stuff driving old and new dystopian agendas.
Here are some clarifications for the terms mentioned. And please, friends old and new, do let me know if you spot any other ones!
‘Word-spell’ is exactly what it says. Spells are cast using words. Word-magic has been used since time immemorial, but the ‘dark priesthoods’ controlling humankind have special expertise in the field, for use on a massive scale. Especially in modern English, now (mis-)spoken worldwide. Word-spell can take different forms - we’re all familiar with the language of advertising. It can affect a particular word, or the combination of several words. Nowadays it often conveys something that normal people understand as positive while its actual meaning is very different, if not the opposite of the ‘surface’ meaning. ‘Sustainable development goals’ are a case in point. A very new one is ‘cognitive security’, actually meaning ‘propaganda’ (see Greg Reese’s short video at
, where we also get confirmation of what I have long suspected, the tailoring of such ‘cognitive security’ to different audiences, and languages).
‘Matrix’ is an egregious single-word example, where the word that etymologically means the natural ‘womb’ (and is unambiguously ‘womb’ in modern Spanish matriz) is taken hostage to denote a dystopia. It has had massive success - with the remarkably widespread appropriation by English speakers of ‘matrix’ in the dystopian sense, a very large number of humans are unknowingly attributing to the natural ‘womb’ the horrors of the dystopia. Some inversion! The word-spell here rests on the etymology of the word, which is known to the spell-masters but no longer known to the masses.
‘Egregore’ is a powerful thought-form, generated usually by an occultist and amplified by the intentionality and emotions of the latter’s followers. Whatever ‘covid’ was, or not, as a disease, it certainly was a psy-op to usher in an unambiguously real thing (the injectables) - in this sense ‘covid’, in itself a piece of word-spell, very quickly became a powerful egregore affecting all humans worldwide, whose fear fed the egregore the ‘food’ it needed to further influence them in favor of the injectables. We can notice that with all the pushback from ‘the resistance’, and the holes in the psy-op, this particular egregore has dwindled very fast, from a huge monster to a small puddle. But it has left a very real trail of ongoing, persistent, suffering and stolen lives. In other words, an intangible ‘thought-being’ out there has effects in physical reality down here. Understanding egregores as a reality helps us to understand how our material world is totally immersed in an ocean of subtle forces, natural and not so natural.
‘Matrix’ is the word and the thing out of which my ‘godtrix’ word arose. At first glance people assume the book is about good ‘god’ defeating evil ‘matrix’. The subtitle ‘godtrix against matrix’ actually encapsulates the inversion of that word-spell as elucidated in the book. The latter deciphers how ‘religions’ as institutional systems use ‘god(s)’ wrapped in priestly ‘tricks’ - hence ‘godtrix’ - to mind-control humans away from their natural, inherent, sense of the transcendent, be in it ‘normal’ religions or in ‘secular’ religions of money, scientism, medicine, unnatural ‘intelligence’, etc. ‘Godtrix’ is a handy shorthand word for such machinations of deceit.
Other than these words mentioned in David’s comment/question, we need to be wary of a different kind of word-spell existing especially in pop spirituality. ’Illusion’ and ‘consciousness’ are a couple that particularly bother me these days when people have trouble navigating ‘reality’ as it becomes ever more ‘virtual’, and ‘consciousness’ is thrown about ubiquitously without having a consensus meaning. Let me know if you’d like some further elucidations on such words and on others of which you might be suspicious.
Miriam, on the post ‘Yahweh returning???”
As an anthropologist, have you looked into that word you use for g-d in Judaism (YHVH)? Have you looked into the history of that name? For a Jew, It's very "cringe" to hear or see written. When I see it written or hear it spoken, I know that the person knows painfully little about Judaism. We don't ever write or say it, so I'm not sure if Jews really fit into your overall argument of deception. Maybe only your misunderstanding of the people and the religion fits with your specific Krevda narrative. Words have power, which I believe you know, so please look into this issue because using this one word so inaccurately and offensively, puts your whole manifesto on a tail spin.
Thank you to Miriam for challenging me!
First of all, the constant human focus of all my work, by its very nature, may certainly contain ‘inaccuracies’, but being driven at core by empathy, it can only be ‘offensive’ if it is mis-understood.
My short answer to the whole comment is that Miriam is perfectly correct in assuming my ignorance in matters of Judaism. But this is not the source of an alleged ‘inaccuracy’.
Because… I am not talking about Judaism, nor am I talking about the unknowable YHVH!
Importantly, there is a very considerable difference between what Jews know as YHWH (which few non-Jews understand), and Yahweh as a historically documented figure. Since the latter historical figure lives also in the christian Old Testament, non-Jews are not precluded from examining Yahweh as the precursor to the christian monotheistic paradigm. Western culture recognizes its foundation to be Judeo-Christian. But its religion does not require them to become versed in the internal aspects of the Judaic faith, the innermost core of which is off limits to them anyway, as well as presumably to most Jews who are not rabbis of a certain level.
Again due to my lack of expertise, regarding the historical aspects revealed by the Old Testament I rely upon (and always give credit to) the impeccably scholarly work of Hebrew translator Mauro Biglino. His literal translation, from Hebrew into Italian, of what became the Christian OT, is well respected. He is also in regular contact with top-level (mainly Jewish) specialists in Hebrew studies. The literal translation removes the spiritualizing veneer which has been added to the Hebrew text. It shows - importantly - that said scripture does not contain the word ‘god’ (this aligns with what Miriam says); that it actually tells the story, as a kind of chronicle, of Yahweh as one of the Elohim who colonized the Near East - perfectly tangible beings who were neither human nor ‘gods’, and were not especially kind to their colonized humans. The word ‘god’ was introduced later to spiritualize a being who was not a ‘god’ (and this kind of deification has happened in many other religions too).
Again, the being called Yahweh and YHWH are not the same, whether they have the same ‘source’ or not - perhaps Miriam can enlighten us on the latter point?
I concur with the sense of ‘cringe’ in relation to the word ‘god’, and have shown this word to be highly problematic in its ubiquitous indiscriminate use (my whole book revolves around this, too complex for a quick summary here). As far as I can perceive, YHWH in Judaism ‘represents’ the high principle (for want of a better word) that is unnameable and unknowable - definitely not a ‘god’. The sense of the unnameable-unknowable is not unique to Judaism, and is shared by many people not affiliated with any religion. As for myself, and unlike Judaic usage, I cannot remotely denote it with letters, any more than through a particular name. I don’t see how letters of any kind can be made to signify the unnameable!
Second point. I am credited with having produced a ‘manifesto’, which I find puzzling. A manifesto generally pertains to something like a political movement, a program of action. My humbler task is dot-connecting in explorations of how humanity has been deceived and fragmented, and of possible paths of reintegration.
Third point. My ‘misunderstanding of the people and the religion’. To repeat, in my ignorance, I do not look at the religion in the internal sense that is implied. But I can venture to ‘judge the tree by its fruits’, from a human point of view of how the fruits affect humans, whereby I see that the fruits of the three monotheisms are problematic. In the case of Jews, the people have been made separate, somehow ‘special’. As ‘the chosen people’ they have historically often been victimized, and are so to this day. We are witnessing this now (and for the past 75 years) in an even more devious version - under the auspices of authorities who use and sacrifice the people for their distorted purposes, Jews are victimized the better to ensure victimization of the Palestinians - ‘animals’, not even human enough to be untermensch. For such ‘governance’, religious and secular authorities work in tandem (as in other times and lands). Such victimization is reminiscent of an Old Testament Yahweh, the colonizer draped in a sacrificial religion, and very remote indeed from an unnameable pure principle.
As for misunderstanding ‘the people’, my position is simply human - it considers Jews to be human exactly like everybody else - not the untermensch of Nazism, not the ‘chosen people’ with a burden of superiority over all others. A great many present-day Jews just want to be human like everybody else. Jews and non-Jews in increasingly large numbers see that the big issue resides in the leadership that keeps regular people victimized, as in the old days of the Elohim - and causes the victims to victimize others.
Fourth point. As regards Jews ‘not really fitting into the argument of deception’, and my Krivda ‘narrative’… is Miriam making an inference based on a book that she clearly has not read?
Krivda is not a ‘narrative’, and it is anthropologically relevant to humans of any religion and ethnicity. It is a dot-connecting exploration, resting upon experts’ scholarly work, into the phenomenon of ‘organized religion’ as a core piece in the disempowerment and victimization of humans historically, and evolving into the paradox of ‘secular religions’ of money, scientism, technology. In scholarly terms it is a structural analysis, but with a ‘spiritual-esoteric’ twist, of how ‘religion’ operates at our detriment and with our mind-controlled cooperation. Its operation is indeed predicated on ‘deception’ itself rooted in deep esoteric manipulation beyond ordinary human comprehension. Deception and violence go hand in hand to generate victimization, whether the violence be overt or ‘soft’. The whole thing serves to separate us from the sense of the ‘subtle’ or the ‘transcendent’ that is intrinsic to who we are as humans, and actually need no intermediation via priesthoods and religions. If we can truly know, and own the fact, that we have been victimized and how and what for, we can work our way out of victimhood and into who-we-really-are.
The Jews, no less (and perhaps even more) than other people, absolutely ‘fit into the argument of deception’ with its goal of human victimization for not so human(e) purposes. Nobody can argue that Jews have not been victimized, and thus deceived, including at the hands of their own leaders (such as the banking elite and the zionists). The deception is ever so obvious in how these leaders have used them - and use them today. This is extremely well documented in this recent article:
For the first time now, all humans have been subjected to deception-and-violence, under the operation called Kovid. This should awaken us all, Jews included (Israel having been the most fully inoculated nation…), to the shared burden of human victimhood across historical time and geographical space. We are all in it together, as they say. It’s not by being special and separate, religiously or otherwise, by being more or less ‘worthy victims’ or ‘worthy believers’, that we can restore the integrity of our shared humanity in true partnership with this magnificent Earth, and nurture a culture of peace for our children.
To conclude - Judaism is not what triggered the simple human empathy that made me write that piece, for indeed I do not know the inside of Judaism. I do know human victimhood from inside, I do know that it is shared by all - and in different times and places, some suffer more than others - under the spell of deception. I do know that it is up to us to make it a thing of the past.
Diametrically different from your (mis-)understanding of what I wrote, another comment from someone whose reference to his ‘heritage’ hints at being Jewish too is worth including here. To ‘bring my worlds together’ is a magnificent encapsulation of what most of us, knowingly or not, aspire for - restoring our human integrity with its innate sense of the Great Unnameable.
David, on ‘Yahweh returning???’
In putting your finger on the "ancient occult shadow" of my heritage, you've found the missing piece that explains the madness in our world. I had vaguely sensed it, but didn't have the anthropological background to make it fully conscious. Prior to reading this, all I could see externally was imminent collapse. That didn't fit with my inner sense of spiritual possibilities. The framework you've offered brings my worlds together…I’m deeply appreciative of finding where to harness my positive energy. I'm so glad Dr. Tess sent me to find you.
Post-scriptum to the earlier ‘Yahweh’ post, in light of latest information
More and more atrocious revelations come daily regarding the Great Victimization of the Palestinians. And a Very Disturbing development is reported to be the use of A.I.drones by Israel - reputedly with the potential to ‘decide’ who is to be killed next. This latter point of potential may be exaggerated or speculative, but the very existence of such a notion - and the sobering possibility that it may be true, or will become true in the near future - signals that a major point of inflection is being reached in the broader war against humanity and all of life.
It brings the ‘godtrix’ to a whole new level, beyond the notion of ‘Yahweh returning’. The historical Yahweh, who did have whole tribes massacred, is not known to have used A.I.
The use of A.I. now places the genocide of Palestinians under a different ‘god’. Readers of the book Krivda may recall how all the ‘religious’ and ‘secular’ god-figures eventually converge under the banner of a final master - the ‘Techno-mind god’. The latter has already taken stage, and is also venerated explicitly like a veritable god, with its own religion, by various tech-addled minds. ‘Artificial Intelligence’ is how most people call this ‘god’. It is causing increasing agitation - be it in governments and corporations adopting it enthusiastically all around the world, or in individuals (including some prominent insiders of the A.I. cult) clamoring belatedly for human control over an ‘intelligence’ rapidly becoming uncontrollable.
The ‘convergence of the gods’ is coalescing - just look at the sheer number and types of ‘crisis’, all with their own respective or combined ‘gods’, all piling up and compounding each other at this time. The timing seems just right for a killer A.I. to show up…
Israel’s A.I. drones could be ‘merely experimental’, on behalf of the larger military industrial complex - at the expense of the Palestinians. And then what? If the ‘experiment’ is deemed ‘successful’, then what?
Time to pull up our soul-socks, and bring our human worlds together.
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