Trump’s Chaos Magick
So, I think I am developing a bit of a reputation, as being something of a conspiracy theorist expert or afficiando, or apologist or whatever. All because I refuse to dismiss the bonafide full-fledged Conspiracy Theorists.
I like ideas…new ones, strange ones, weird ones. If I had one share in Amazon for all of the extraordinarily weird ideas that I entertain, I would be so rich.
I have always been weird. I make no apologies for that, normal is so boring. I have weird friends and associates. Some of them are full-fledged conspiracy theorists. I am not going into any details about who they are or what they believe, because, it is open season on the conspiracy theorists, especially on social media. Spreading conspiracy theories will get you shadow-banned and censored.
But to give you an idea of what can’t be said, believing that 911 wasn’t quite what it seemed is Conspiracy Theory 101. Alternative theories about 911 and the JFK assassination serve as the foundation, to most circulating conspiracy theories. Many others grow and expand from those.
I came across an idea that I found quite interesting. It’s not quite a conspiracy theory, (as far as I know) but an assessment of Trump Campaign strategy during current election season:
Trump work with chaos magick. We all know this. He says he loves chaos.
And so I had to ask a follow-up question:
WTF is chaos magick?
Chaos magick is harnessing the energy of chaos and confusion. Allowing fear to run amuck so you can usurp and do as you please. In the chaos, those who see through it, often times won’t be believed. A chaos master will make it seem like, the rational person is crazy.
Ooooooooooooooh. Well yes indeed. Trump and his crew definitely work with chaos magick. But more than that. Being on the world stage, he has taught chaos magick to so many people. Everyone is using chaos magick. Chaos magick is partially to blame for the proliferation of all these a conspiracy theories.
Because of Trump, Republicans absolutely love chaos magick. What a neat trick it is. Chaos Magick has finally given the ridiculously bland Pubs a small degree of cool. Democrats are just getting into it, but the irrationality of chaos magick, makes it a bit tricky for Dems to embrace. Insanity and irrationality is not their default mode, but it kind of needs to be to effectively embrace chaos magick.
Chaos magick is tricky and also contagious. People everywhere are attempting to harness chaos magick, for their own personal gain, primarily because it does allow you to do and say whatever you like.
Kyle Rittenhouse. All kinds of chaos magick going on there. George Floyd. A certain degree of chaos magick there too. Chaos magick is definitely thing.
Videos involved these two individuals have created entire movements where bits of truth, mixed with lies have informed these huge narratives that people either embrace or reject, but the one thing that is happening is the harvesting of incredible amounts of energy.
Propaganda Chaos Magick
Telling bits or truth and mixing them with blatant lies is a form of chaos magick which is also known as propaganda. There is all kinds of propaganda in circulation, which leads to everyday chaos magick in the form of an invalid personal attack. Here’s one, from one of my commenters on my posts about conspiracy theorists:
A pack of brain-fried zombies trying to pretend that they have some “special clarity” or “special connection” with “The Truth”. It’s fucking hilarious that the same people who call others “sheeple” will fall in line for every idiotic conspiracy “theory” that’s handed them, and — like yourself — go apeshit when faced with the same skepticism you expect to be shown ACTUAL EXPERTS. This stupid shit leads pea-brained morons to show up at a pizza place with an AR-15 to “protect the children”. It’s utter dreck, and the inability of “believers” to even consider the possibility that it might be dreck relinquishes any rational expectation they might have had to giving their “thoughts” serious consideration.
So, the thing is, Charlie isn’t actually responding to anything that I have actually said to him. In this rant, against brain fried zombies (his term for conspiracy theorists), he accuses me of things I simply have not done. I have not gone apeshit, over any skepticism, shown by any “experts.”
It is impossible for me to do this, as I never claimed to back any one conspiracy theory, I simply stated that I do not outright dismiss them. In more honest posts, Charlie termed me a “conspiracy theorist apologist,” but when I challenged him on that, he goes into full-on attack mode and just begins to make things up - this causes chaos.
And, based on his attack on alt-right Qanon informed conspiracy theories (which are laced with all kinds of propaganda), he’s probably left leaning. (So see the left, if not the Democrats, are getting in on that chaos magick.)
This is the kind of thing that Trump’s chaos magick has taught people how to do, ignore everything that is actually said by a sane person, trying to engage in rational arguments and then accuse them of something outrageous (that they did not do) with an intent to make them seem absurd and insane.
A chaos master will make it seem like, the rational person is crazy.
Charlie accuses me of accepting any and all conspiracy theories I come across. This is not true. In all of my conspiracy theorists writings, I have been saying that I do not do this. I simply listen to the theories. I do not outright dismiss them.
But, you see what he did there? He has caused a lot of confusion, with a very liberal usage of impertinent facts, mixed in with his opinions and insulting accusations. If I want to respond to him, I have to do so from a defensive posture. I have to try to untangle truth from lies. Now, I have two choices in responding to Charlie. I can say, hey I am not a brain-fried zombie as you just insultingly implied. And I am not Qanon affiliated as you also implied. I never presented any conspiracy theories to be debunked by “experts,” nor would I go apeshit if that occurred.
I could do that. Yes. But all of that takes time. And this is where the energy harnessing part of the chaos magick comes in. My time is energy, my energy.
And why should I give my energy to Charlie?
Elections Harvest Energy
Do you ever think about who you give your energy to, or why? Let’s talk about elections. It’s an election year. What is that about? Elections are about harvesting energy. And whether he is aware of it or not, that’s what Charlie is up to, he is using chaos magick, to harvest energy for the left, in this upcoming election.
This is what elections do. They get as many people as they possibly can involved in a massive energy harvest; and with so much chaos magick in circulation right now, there are numerous wild and chaotic grabs for energy going down. Arguing back and forth with folk on social media about all the candidates and their so — called positions generates a lot energy.
LAW AND ORDER!
Is a sort of lottery of tweets for Trump. The crowd goes as wild, like plebians during the gladiator games (a form of chaos magick in effect during the Roman Empire.)
Where does that energy go? Who harvests that energy?
Manipulative humans have been harvesting the energy of other humans (in weird and chaotic ways) for quite some time. Every U.S. election is a sort of gladiator game of sorts. It is meant to harvest the energy of the people to serve as support for the one true leader of the empire.
Democrats and Republicans, (using tried and true methods along with that Trump chaos magick) are working very hard to convince us all that not voting for them will lead to our impending doom. A demand for your vote is essentially a demand for your energy (an energetic signature based in fear.) What do politicians do with all this fearful energy? They harness it and use it for their own purposes.
Social media takes all of this to a whole new level. Being on social media during an election year, is tantamount to be a plebian in the collisseam cheering for the gladiators.
Gladiator games. What a spectacle. I’m not the type to get any joy or amusement from watching people die violently. What is this even about? Is this a form of especially potent chaos magick? Because, apparently there is a lot of that circulating on social media as well. Welcome to the new technological gladiator games. Are you amused? There are so many people, positively enamored of all of the chaos magick, all around us.
In response to all of this, I say, no thank you. I choose not to have my energy harnessed in quite this way.
I am not going to defend my positions on anything, to suit one or the other political (largely the same) parties. I am not going to buy into the idea that a vote for or against Trump or Biden will lead to my imminent destruction. In short, I am not going to be taken in by all of the chaos magick. There is plenty of ordinary chaos to contend with, anyway.
California is on fire, COVID-19 is out of control, hurricanes are battering the South, there is civil unrest all over the nation with no signs of ceasing, protesting, rioting, continuing global lock downs, environmental catastrophes and economic angst. Is there going to be a WWIII? Neither Biden or Trump has too much to say about any of it, only plenty to say about each other. Chaos magick. What could either of them possibly have to say? Don’t look over there (at the imminent destruction) look over here at my cool car, or hat or boat. Imminent destruction seems to be on the horizon regardless of who wins the election. But this is not really a catchy campaign slogan, is it?
And all the chaos magick in the world, can’t change any of this. All it can do is make people believe that it can, for a spell. That’s how it works.
Chaos magick operates in the world of illusion, sleights of hand and it is accelerating the breakdown of the 3D grid. (It’s a lightworker thing, you might not understand it.)
Chaos magick or not, my energy belongs to me, and only me. The same is also true for you. You can choose what you give your energy to, so choose wisely. Your choices create an energetic field which creates your reality. Chaos (nor its magick) doesn’t have to be a part of it.