The transition from a Pagan civilization 
of great antiquity to our Christianized one 
is historically denoted as “The Dark Ages.” 
Why “dark”? 
What was lost?

Not in His Image tells the story of that loss. It exposes the most massive campaign of cultural genocide in human history. It probes—as no other book before it—the hidden roots of the ecological crisis that now threatens life on the planet. This investigation leads deep into the realm of the predator reality in which we now live, engulfed and lost to the point of either denial or impotent fury. And it shows how predators and prey have become locked into a vicious cycle of collusion.

Not in His Image describes the rich spiritual world of pre-Christian classical Europe—the Pagan Mysteries, the Great Goddess, Gnosis, the myths of Sophia and Gaia—and its future as a force for rebalancing our lives and reconnecting…

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War Against Humanity / Vulture Capitalism

Oorlog Is Een Misdaad


The Wall Street-Treasury Complex as
Counterpart to the Military-Industrial Complex
By Norman D. Livergood

A vulture capitalist

Capitalism is based on the private ownership of the means of production–the farms, factories and service industries. Capitalists make profits on their investments, instead of selling their labor power like the working class. The United States at present is primarily a capitalist economy, though some means of production are publicly owned.

Vulture Capitalist

A nation with a capitalist economy can, under the proper leadership, facilitate democratic freedoms and create a high standard of living. However, with the kind of leadership the U.S. has suffered under for several decades, capitalism becomes a tyranny in which the moneyed class loots the nation, while the working class suffers lower wages, higher prices, decreased constitutional liberties, and chronic unemployment. This latter kind of exploitative economy is most accurately called “vulture capitalism,” and we are seeing it now in…

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