Vatic Note:  As you know, who read us regularly, we attempt to always find ways and recommendations for how to fight our enemy.  This is just another example of ways to confront and to do so under certain preferred conditions.  So please take the time to read it.  I also highly recommend you read part 1 first for laying the foundation for this part 2.

I also wanted to take the time to tell you how I cured my leg of massive swelling, painful arthritis in the knee and a torn cartilage in the same knee.  Spiritually and in line with this,  I spoke to my DNA and asked it to repair my knee and I kept doing so using a mantra.  It took 48 hours to cure what was definitely going to be an operation on my leg.   

Its been 9 months now, and no reoccurance, so we know or I know that the power is out here and all we have to do is tap into it for good and righteous reasons.   It cannot be for ego, or any other secular and ego reason or it won't work.   That is why part 1 is so important before getting into this part 2.  If you read it already, then simply revisit and refresh and then read this.   

By Admin,  Hermes Press

Fenelon, Spiritual Progress

"The only method of effecting unity, is inward recollection, by which the soul is turned wholly and altogether inward, to possess a present God. If it direct all its vigor and energy within, this simple act separates it from the senses, and, employing all its powers internally, it renders them faint; and the nearer it draws to God, the farther is it separated from self."
Overcoming One's Opponent By Utilizing His Weakness 
Perennialist teachers instruct initiates in a form of spiritual "judo:" the art and practice of using an opponent's weaknesses--or supposed strengths--to overcome or transform him. What is unique to this art is that we don't use brute strength to overpower an opponent, but rather skill, finesse, timing, flexibility, and adapting appropriately to changing circumstances. Economy of energy, balance, and grace are the outstanding hallmarks of the expert practitioner. Unlike the old Western gunslinger or the barbaric hand-to-hand fighter, the Perennialist "combatant" is soft and pliable, winning by appearing to yield.
      Perennialist warrior-trainees first develop a comprehensive understanding of what kind of "warfare" they're engaged in: not a personal vendetta, a "one-upmanship" contest, or combat to prove who's most intelligent, brave, or powerful.

"Imagine if you can a world in which truth is one general and something we will call blindness is the opposing general. These two simple factors one must choose between. There are no neutrals. We are frankly for or against and hold our positions by the force of the effort we put forth. The great struggle is not only to conquer our opposing forces, but to reclaim and form them into fighters for the truth."              
Betty and Stewart Edward White, The Betty Book

      Perennialist "judo" involves learning how to use physical, psychic, and spiritual energy. An opponent attacking you is directing his energy toward defeating or destroying you. If you counterattack you're imposing your body energy against the oncoming thrust. 

Spiritual combat redirects your opponent's energy instead of meeting force with force. As the attacker pushes against you, he finds you stepping to the side and allowing (often with the aid of a foot to trip him up) his momentum to throw him forward. Perennialist warfare requires you to be like a tree that bends to the wind instead of resisting unyieldingly and being uprooted and blown down.  

"A strong wind may destroy a sturdy tree; but the willow bends and the wind passes through."

Gichin Funakoshi

Spiritual "judo" involves the control of aggression without inflicting injury. In some instances this is titled the "Art of Peace." One of the main procedures involves the use of precisely the amount of energy required to overcome an opponent--and no more. Whenever possible the antagonist's own energy momentum is used to overcome him, saving one's own force for times when it is necessary. Through comprehensive understanding of one's opponent's strengths and weaknesses, it becomes clear that such elements as anger, resentment, fear, and revenge are counterproductive means of squandering personal energy.

"The first application of wisdom is to accept opposition so in its entirety, so completely, that thereafter not one speck of attention power is ever wasted on it, except for the intellectual appraisement of its strength and the planning for control of its effect.

"One of the most fundamental things about all the obstructive refuse you have to contend with, is that it has released its relationship with the ultimate source of life, and is cooling off and dying of decomposition. Once you realize and understand this, thoroughly, you will never be tempted to lose hope and give in. For with this engraved on your mind, it is impossible to entertain personal antagonism: you know too well the reason for things being the way they are. And once above personal antagonism, and aware of your own free power of relationship with the source, you find the way cleared for the bringing in of the fresh, healthy, over-laying material."

Stewart Edward and Betty White, Across the Unknown
Instead of a head-on attack, the Perennialist warrior uses more subtle, sometimes indirect, methods, including satire, humor, and allowing the opponent's own words and actions to betray or expose him.
The two cultural manifestations that most closely resemble the Perennialist tradition of spiritual warfare are the Western medieval custom of chivalry and gallantry and the Eastern systems of judo and aikido. Chivalry and gallantry represent the quality of mind enabling one to face danger or hardship resolutely: bravery, courage, dauntlessness, fearlessness, fortitude, gameness, heart, intrepidity, mettle, nerve, pluck, spirit, stoutheartedness, valiance, and valor.
Japanese polymath and educator Kano Jigoro (1860-1938) developed judo from his study of jujutsu and other martial arts.
The word "judo" means the philosophical and spiritual path (do) of gentleness and suppleness (ju). Kano viewed judo not as a means to display physical prowess or superiority, but a way to live in peace with other human beings. As an educational leader, Kano combined intellectual training, moral culture, and physical education. Kano's view of judo included two great guideposts: "Best use of one's energy" and "Mutual welfare." Kano designed judo as a way to develop harmoniously the intellectual, moral, and physical aspects of the education of young people.

"The principle of gentleness is explained in brief as follows. Victory over the opponent is achieved by giving way to the strength of the opponent, adapting to it and, taking advantage of it, turning it, in the end, to your advantage. "Here is an example. When a stronger man pushes me with all his might, I will be beaten if I simply go against him. If, instead of opposing his pushing, I retreat more than he pushes or turn aside the direction of his pushing, he naturally leans forward through his own pushing, and loses his balance. If utilizing his pushing strength, I apply a certain technique on him, it is quite easy to make him fall, as he is losing his balance. Sometimes he will fall merely, if I turn my body skillfully. This is one simple instance of how, by giving way, a contestant may defeat his opponent. Therein lies the principle of gentleness."

Kodokan (the "school to learn the way"), What is Judo, 1947
To complete the transition from jutsu (martial art) to do (way of life), Kano added a strict code of ethics and a humanitarian philosophy to his newly created system of judo. Instructors and students at Kano's school, the Kodokan, were expected to be outstanding examples of moral character and honest conduct. No one was allowed to engage in hand-to-hand combat outside of the dojo (practice hall), public demonstrations of judo for profit, or any behavior that might bring shame to the school. A single infraction of the rules resulted in suspension or expulsion from the Kodokan.

Kano's ultimate concern was for the well-being of the harmonized individual and of the entire community, reflected in his teaching methods and in judo's guiding principle of mutual benefit and prosperity. The diligent practice of Judo, Kano maintained, leads to the realization that one cannot progress at the expense of others, that mutual prosperity is the key to any real progress in human life. Kano regarded the diffusion of this principle, through the practice of judo, as his greatest mission in life.
Genuine judo, distinguished from the Olympic-style martial art system it has degenerated into, begins with teaching the participants to avoid physical injury. When I studied with a private judo master while pursuing graduate study at Yale University, the first thing he taught me was to slap the practice mat with my arm to break the fall.
Each participant helps to make sure that the other person does not experience physical pain or injury. Note in the image on the left that the person falling has his hand out ready to slap the mat to break his fall and the other participant is holding onto him to lessen his fall.
      In authentic judo and aikido, the purpose is to learn suppleness of thought and motion, not the physical overpowering of an opponent. Unfortunately, Kano's original system of judo--involving moral, spiritual, and physical learning--has largely been replaced by a ferocious martial arts scheme now more akin to jujutsu and karate.

"One who has attained mastery of an art reveals it in every action." Judo Maxim

Contemporary Examples of Psychic and Spiritual "Judo"
      In the current world, one of our formidable opponents is the demonic cabal and its minions, especially the Bush and Obama puppet juntas. We'll review several recent instances of psychic and spiritual "judo" that have been used to expose and discredit these opponents.

      On September 17, 2007, Greg Palast, an outstanding investigative reporter, carried out a psychic "judo" operation, exposing Bush II's surreal TV charade in which he got all emotional over the killing by Al Qaeda of "Sheik" Abu Risha, the purported leader of the new Sunni alliance with the US against the insurgents in Anbar Province, Iraq. Abu Risha was blown away just hours before Bush was to go on the air to praise his new friend.       Here's what Palast revealed about Bush's scam:

  1. Sheik Abu Risha wasn't a sheik.
  2. He wasn't killed by Al Qaeda.
  3. The new alliance with former insurgents in Anbar is as fake as the sheik - and a murderous deceit.
"Why was 'sheik' Abu Risha so important? As the New York Times put it this morning, 'Abu Risha had become a charismatic symbol of the security gains in Sunni areas that have become a cornerstone of American plans to keep large numbers of troops in Iraq though much of next year.'
"In other words, Abu Risha was the PR hook used to sell the 'success' of the surge.
"The sheik wasn't a sheik. He was a fake. While proclaiming . . . that he was 'the leader of all the Iraqi tribes,' Abu lead no one. But for a reported sum in the millions in cash for so-called, 'reconstruction contracts,' Abu Risha was willing to say he was Napoleon and Julius Caesar and do the hand-shakie thing with Bush on camera . . .
"There are some real sheiks in Anbar, like Ali Hathem of the dominant Dulaimi tribe, who told Rick [Palast's camera man] Abu Risha was a con man. Where was his tribe, this tribal leader? 'The Americans like to create characters like Disney cartoon heroes.' Then Ali Hathem added, 'Abu Risha is no longer welcome' in Anbar.
"'Not welcome' from a sheik in Anbar is roughly the same as a kiss on both cheeks from the capo di capi. Within days, when Abu Risha returned from Dubai to Dulaimi turf in Ramadi, Bush's hand-sheik was whacked.
"On Thursday, Bush said Abu Risha was killed, 'fighting Al Qaeda' - and the White House issued a statement that the sheik was 'killed by al Qaeda.'
"There ain't no Easter Bunny and 'Al Qaeda' ain't in Iraq, Mr. Bush. It was very cute, on the week of the September 11 memorials, to tie the death of your Anbar toy-boy to bin Laden's Saudi hijackers. But it's a lie. Yes, there is a group of berserkers who call themselves 'Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia.' But they have as much to do with the real Qaeda of bin Laden as a Rolling Stones 'tribute' band has to do with Mick Jagger."

      At times, simply displaying the images of the public relations swindles that the Bush junta pulled off was the best way to expose their perfidy. Since Bush's announcement of "mission accomplished," thousands of American service personnel have died in Iraq --so Bush's pals could steal their oil.

  The Perennialist "judo" operation below began with a person's inspiration that American citizens were not comprehending the treachery and depravity of the Bush junta and therefore weren't responding with appropriate outrage. Note that the title is "Ode to the People," not "Ode to Bush." In other words, it was not a direct, emotion-driven attack against a vile opponent but a stimulation of the people against enemies who are murdering them.

Ode to the People
Vulgar curses, jeers, stinging insults, cat-calls
Should erupt whenever the smirking con-man
Affronts our nostrils with his scurrilous lies,
Corruption, death-stench.

By Michelle Mairesse
Current Judo Operations Against the Obama Puppet Regime

      We allow the enormity of the false-flag terrorist attack against Americans on Christmas day, 2009 to reveal that the cabal and its Obama junta are murderous thugs.    The truth about Barack Obama being the Cabal con-man proves that he's merely a re-run and extension of the Bush junta's reign of terror.
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Perennialists Use Spiritual Energy to Transform the World

      Philosophy, in Plato's time and ours, comes into being as the resistance of the soul to its destruction by a deranged world. Philosophy, as the continuing, most effective embodiment of the Perennial Tradition, possesses two distinct expressions:
  • A process of evoking the right Forms and their re-establishment in our souls and in our society, constituting a process of self-regeneration for ourselves and others
  • The organic development of the substantive core of a new commonwealth which, by its existence, overcomes and relieves the pressure of the surrounding corrupt society

Notes 1 The Perennial Tradition: the secret legacy, the single stream of initiatory teaching flowing through all the great schools of philosophy and mysticism; see the author's book: The Perennial Tradition
2 Hal Puthoff, Searching for the Universal Matrix in Metaphysics
3 Michael Talbot and David Bohm, The Holographic Universe
4 Carlos Castaneda, Journey to Ixtlan
5 Entrainment: An energy phenomenon in which weaker pulsations come under the influence of stronger ones.
6 "Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) is considered the father of psychoanalysis, which may be the granddaddy of all pseudoscientific psychotherapies, second only to Scientology as the champion purveyor of false and misleading claims about the mind, mental health, and mental illness. For example, in psychoanalysis schizophrenia and depression are not brain disorders, but narcissistic disorders. Autism and other brain disorders are not brain problems but mothering problems. These illnesses do not require pharmacological or behavioral treatment. They require only 'talk' therapy. Similar positions are taken for anorexia nervosa and Tourette's syndrome. (Hines 1990: 136) What is the scientific evidence for the psychoanalytic view of these mental illnesses and their proper treatment? There is none." The Skeptic's Dictionary
7 To get a clear view of what a morass of superstition and devastation psychoanalysis was--and is--I'd recommend your reading Wilhelm Reich's The Discovery of the Orgone.
7 Only classical music and some "popular music," such as that created by George Gershwin, Cole Porter, and others of a high quality can be considered to be enlightening. One has only to view the grammy awards to see that current "music" is not only nothing but noise but is destructive of the understanding and appreciation of genuine music.

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