thats what I mean.
By focusing on Yeshua or Moses or Buddha, you are not focusing on FIRST of all, yourself and most significantly, the COLLECTIVE of matter and energy...in other words, EVERYONE and EVERYTHING.
Religious singularity is in opposition to the universe because the power of the universe is none other than quantitative magnitude.
So instead of ones sighting the power of numbers, via the power of mass (masses), they are convoluted by a notion of divine favor. That mindset allows for the ruling of the majority by a minority. It must start with the socio-political embedding of the notion of hierarchy which calls for the everything else to be but a subordinate of a peak/pinnacle.
...thus the necessity for missionaries (psychological operations) before the invading military forces.
That is absolute conflict of the truth and can NEVER be proven...only believed in and hoped for.
Only dictatorial religious belief can dissuade human alignment with truth/ma'at. That is why the most successful empires also have/had an impactful religious dogma. You need to apply convoluted justifications/sanctioning to convoluted undertakings such as 'conquering' or 'ruling'.
The controllers approve of ANY notion that projects a supreme male, be it Rastafari, Zoroastrianism or the Abrahamic conglomerate. As long as you believe in the superiority of a male over female, you will believe in the superiority of masculinity/linearity over femininity/circularity/collectivity.
You are already "softened up" with pre-conceived notions and all the controllers then have to do is convince you of THEIR supremacy by utilizing their tools that keep them in superior position.
So it is not about if politics, hierarchy and technology are only tools, it is about the fact that the controllers are in position to utilize those tools to their benefit and the masses detriment.
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