“The past, present, and future form a continuum, so studying one part can tell us something about another part… [B]y examining the anomalies in history, the secret forces and controllers of ancient times, and looking at the technology they had and what forces they were collaborating with, it may be possible to get a clearer picture of what’s going on today, and therefore what might happen in the future…
The alchemical wheel of history has been grinding away for a long time, at least six thousand years if not further back, perhaps since the last Ice Age. There’s this axiom in alchemy which is “dissolve and coagulate, dissolve and coagulate,” and what do we see in history other than order and chaos, order and chaos… rise and fall, rise and fall…
Chaos is inevitable and cyclical, and in the end it comes down to what new order crystallizes from the dissolved remnants of the old. The ancient mariners were ruled by alchemists, sorcerers, magicians, occult scientists, and alien contactees. Some of them were aligned with positive forces and some with the negative. Their dueling agendas have rippled down through the ages and culminated in the situation we find ourselves in today. This world is their crucible and they’re turning up the heat.
So it’s under this immense adversity that I think the divine fire will be kindled, that collective discernment will be sharpened, and that the remnants of humanity will transform and finally break out of the cycle of ignorance and violence and rise and fall that’s has been the story of our history up to now.
The next dark age will give birth to a spiritual chivalric order, an age of heroes empowered by demiurgic science and correct gnostic awareness, an epoch the Rosicrucians have called the “Reign of Wisdom.” It won’t be based on dogma or hearsay, but on direct perception, knowledge, and anamnesis (reversal of incarnational amnesia).
The distant future is looking pretty good. We’ll end up in a Golden Age just like the prophecies say, but the near term looks rather rocky and we’ll likely go through a dark age first, like the Latin saying “ad astra per aspera” which means to heaven, through hell.” ~Tom Montalk
[Excerpts from an expanded paraphrased transcript of Tom Montalk’s appearance on the Freeman show, The Ark of the Covenant and Civilization.]