The Otium Post

The Otium Post


The New World Order v. Brave New World by Huxley

The New World Order v. Brave New World by Huxley

Read A. Huxley´s book `The Brave New World` :>  

The Bilderberg Group members :>

Secret Societies and members :>


Aldous Huxley's Dystopian Vision Coming True

Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" (1931) was not so much science fiction as prophecy based on the author's insider knowledge of Illuminati plans. We have the privilege of living in a world that is starting to morph into Huxley's.

by Cornelius B
from March 19, 2013

In Huxley's "Brave New World" everyone is encouraged to watch television and consume the ubiquitous drug Soma. Soma is a hallucinogenic that replicates religious experiences, eliminating God and the need for religion. Soma and television are complementary. 

TV is the most efficient means for brainwashing and controlling society. Television has a "magical effect", one of excitement, of induction of sensations of pleasure and inflaming the imagination. TV is not imposed by force on people; it is desired by the population.

Recreational sex is also an integral part of society. According to "The World State" (New World Order Government), sex is a social activity, not a means of reproduction, and sexual activity, including homosexuality, is encouraged from early childhood. Fertile women are conditioned to use birth control.

The maxim "everyone belongs to everyone else" (sexually) is repeated often, and the idea of a "family" is considered pornographic. Love and emotional relationships are rendered obsolete because they are no longer needed.

Marriage, natural birth, parenthood, and pregnancy are considered too obscene to be mentioned in casual conversation. Thus, "society has advanced to a new level of sexual comprehension".

The population is limited to no more than two billion people, and everyone is promised happiness. Natural reproduction has been done away with, and children are decanted and raised in "Hatcheries" and "Conditioning Centres." No more family relationship; no more mothers and fathers; no more grand parents, brothers and sisters; no cousins, no uncles and aunts, no more family. 

In this "satanic idealization" of the human future, totally cut-off from God and healthy human nature, the population of the world is "unified" under "The World State", where the promise is an eternally peaceful, stable global society in which goods and resources are plentiful.


Society is divided into five castes. The highest caste is allowed to develop naturally while it matures in its "decanting bottle" (this is the cast of the the rulers), while the lower castes are treated to chemical interference to cause arrested development in intelligence and physical growth. 

The castes are Alphas, Betas, Gammas, Deltas, and Epsilons, with each caste further split into "Plus" and "Minus" members. Each Alpha or Beta is the product of one fertilized egg developing into one foetus. The rest are clones obtained from the splitting of one embryo 96 times. One ovary may produce thousands of artificial children.

This artificial production of specialized children bolsters the termite-modeled programming of the society.


The "hypnopaedic process" is the process in which they teach the embryos all the lessons "THEY" want them to know. Children are conditioned from birth to value consumption with such platitudes as "buy a new one instead of fixing the old one", etc.

In The World State, people die at age 60 (people are "mind grafted" to accept euthanasia, -- premature death). Death isn't feared; anyone reflecting upon it is reassured by the knowledge that everyone is happy, and that society goes on. Since no one has family, they have no ties to mourn.

Citizens participate in mock religious services called Solidarity Services, in which they consume large quantities of Soma and sing hymns; the ritual progresses through group hypnosis and climaxes in an orgy of sexual perversity, just as in the "satanic mass."


Crowley was the tutor of Aldous Huxley

Aleister Crowley 1875-1947--Aleister Crowley is the occultist and Satanist that is maybe the most well known. His works "The Book of the Law", "Magick in Theory and Practice" and "The Book of Thoth" are broadly used in occult circuits. Crowley himself didn't take much credit for having written them, as he stated they were written by automatic handwriting, being channeled from a higher being called Aiwaz (or Aiwass).

Aleister Crowley

- Born in 1875. After leaving Trinity College of Cambridge he was introduced to George Cecil Jones, who introduced him to the Golden Dawn. Crowley was initiated into the GD in London in 1898.

- Soon the GD was split into two competing camps, one headed by Florence Farr in London and the other by MacGregor Mathers in Paris. When Crowley was denied access to the Second Order in London he went to Paris and was initiated by Mathers. Yeats and other members of the London branch then had Mathers and Crowley expelled.

- "In 1903, Crowley married Rose Kelly, and they went to Egypt on their honeymoon. After returning to Cairo in early 1904, Rose (who until this point had shown no interest or familiarity with the occult) began entering trance states and insisting to her husband that the god Horus was trying to contact him. As a test, Crowley took Rose to the Boulak Museum and asked her to point out Horus to him. She passed several well-known images of the god and led Aleister straight to a painted wooden funerary stele from the 26th dynasty, depicting Horus receiving a sacrifice from the deceased, a priest named Ankh-f-n-khonsu. Crowley was especially impressed by the fact that this piece was numbered 666 by the museum, a number with which he had identified since childhood." Brother Aleister Crowley

- Crowley divorced Rose in 1910 after she succumbed to alcoholic dementia and was placed in an asylum. Crowley's second wife also went insane, and five of his numerous mistresses committed suicide.

- Crowley was given the nickname of "The Beast" by his mother, and promoting this title himself he is commonly referred to as "The Great Beast," and was well known as "the wickedest man in the world."

- After splitting with the Golden Dawn he formed the AA, or Astrum Argentium, with G.C. Jones in 1906 to further his occult studies.

- In 1910 Crowley was contacted by the head of the O.T.O., the Ordo Templi Orientis, Theodore Reuss, and joined their order. Crowley took over in 1921 when Reuss suffered a stroke.

- The foundation of Crowley's belief was the slogan, "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law," supposedly passed to him by his spirit guide Aiwass. Crowley was the tutor of Aldous Huxley, who was a champion of LSD and one of the greatest promoters of the social upheavals in America in the late 60's. Crowley's philosophy became reflected in the mantra of "If it feels good do it."

- A picture of Crowley appears on the cover of the Beatles "Sergeant Pepper's" album, and Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page bought Crowley's estate in Scotland.

- Crowley wrote an account of his spiritual progress in magic and Satanism under the title 
"The Temple of Solomon the King."


Worrisome technology :>



Think and read Aldous Huxley´s book in connection with the Illuminati-Bilderberg´s The New World Order.

Having read so far only a few of the first chapters,Huxley must have had premonitions,or followed the directions of the Illuminati in describing The New World Order.

Is this the future we want for our children?

Note: The book is stored on my DropBox.  Wait for the ´READ` command top right corner,
or you may download it.


No comments:

Post a Comment

Enter your comments here: