© Tudor Georgescu 2002-2004

 

What is New Age?

 

While they promise them liberty, they themselves
are the servants of corruption: for of whom a man
is overcome, of the same is he brought in bondage.

2 Peter 2:19

Definition of New Age / definitions

New Age: the ensemble of thelemic doctrines;

Religion: the ensemble of thelesmic doctrines.

 

Thelema: behaving anarchically; expressed by Aleister Crowley[1] in The Book of the Law as “Do what you wilt is the whole law.”;

Thelesma: aware choice; expressed by Hermes Trismegistus[2] in The Emerald Tablet as discrimination between subtle and solid (in fact between good and evil).

 

The message of New Age: “You don't think. You're an animal. That's good. Enjoy!” Here do appear nuances as: “Of course, you may think, but you have to think in the direction we provide.”;

The message of religion: “You don't think. You're an animal. That's evil. Wake up!”.

 

 

Thelema is always the thelesma of another entity. This is proven by the New Age stance of renunciation to thinking, in search of a so-called peace of soul. Since good entities are not imposive in the modality of possession, it follows that thelema is always evil. It is the displacement of personal will through the suggestions of another will. Its purpose is the entitive annihilation, and its consequences are anarchy and anomy.

 

(Above thelesma means enabling personality and thelema means taking over a personality by the negative entities through giving it a twisted idea that it is able to do everything, with no consequences whatsoever).

History

The thelemic idea is the ferment which destroyed all the kingdoms of this Earth. The thelemic increment is the tiny and apparently innocent quantity of added thelema. On a longer period, the general decay becomes evident.

 

In its political form, it manifests itself hidden, seemingly attenuated, through liberal democracy. It became aware through the experiments of the Theosophical Society, of the philosophy of Nietzsche and of the anthroposophy of R. Steiner. These were incomplete expressions, which refused themselves to define their own essence in an absolutely clear way. But it was defined by Crowley in the mentioned quote.

 

We have here a clear example wherein the cause follows its effect. This happens only at a level of aware rendering, for insidiously the cause was already present in all its manifestations previous to aware expression.

 

Indeed, an intelligent being, such as the Devil is not subject to the space-time, but he develops his plan in a supertemporal way.

Demonstration of the value judgments

The first concept by which the New Age announced itself in philosophy and politics is was the idea of free arbiter.

 

Or, the free arbiter supposes that one and the same human, put by a magic device in exactly the same situation (same time and same place), this human would make a few different choices. That's why the free arbiter supposes as necessary the idea of chance (randomness), therefore it grounds this way the human behavior on randomness. A will which relies on chance is contrary to the Christian concept of personality (herein the circularity is hermeneutical).

 

From that grounding, confusion results with necessity in those who believe in that idea, they acting as a necessity determined by the very idea which appeals to randomness. For if they require of a human some different actions in identical situations, and then he will no longer know how to act.

 

Or, the individual confusion leads on the political plane to anarchy. In the metaphysical plane, we know that he who seeds the confusion is the Devil, which does it by his instrument: the lie.

Thelesmic determinism

The implicit premise of such judgments is that there is no randomness, neither in human behavior nor everywhere else. Any situation has a cause, generally we may say: every situation is the result of One and/or more wills.

 



[1] Crowley was 20th century’s most prominent Satanist.

[2] Hermes is called “the father of all religions”.