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Now the last age by Cumae’s Sibyl sung

Has come and gone, and the majestic roll

Of circling centuries begins anew:

Justice returns, returns old Saturn’s reign,

With a new breed of men sent down from heaven.

—Virgil, Eclogue IV


Power is inflicting pain and humiliation. Power is in tearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing.

Power is not a means; it is an end.

—George Orwell, Nineteen Eighty-Four

The opening quotes to this chapter represent a strange amalgam of sources, but each reveals an aspect of our current age. Manson and Orwell tapped into streams that offer insight into a coming apocalypse where old beliefs are stripped away and replaced by new. But the ancient writer Virgil seemed also to tap into this prescient future vision in his Eclogue series, especially Eclogue IV, which haughtily trumpets a day when the old gods return:

The iron shall cease, the golden race arise,

Befriend him, chaste Lucina; ’tis thine own

Apollo reigns. And in thy consulate,

This glorious age, O Pollio, shall begin,

And the months enter on their mighty march.

Under thy guidance, whatso tracks remain

Of our old wickedness, once done away,

Shall free the earth from never-ceasing fear.

He shall receive the life of gods, and see

Heroes with gods commingling, and himself

Be seen of them, and with his father’s worth

Reign o’er a world at peace.[i] (Emphasis added)

Notice the emboldened lines. The death of the age of iron and the birth of the golden refers to the ever-cycling ouroboros, the snake eating its tail and the cycle of the years that sees the end to the base metal years and the return of the glorious age of gold! As with the statue in Daniel’s vision, this ever-decaying cycle runs from gold to silver, then bronze to iron, and finally the iron becomes clay or mixes with the race of old gods to return the world to a shimmering age of gold. We are living in such a paradigm shift, and the engine driving this entropy is chaos. The old god Set, who ushers in the age of Saturn—ruled over by Apollo.

But this new age will be anything but golden; it will be the blackest period of human history: quite literally, hell on earth.

George Orwell foresaw a glimpse of such a time. The brilliant English novelist endured the heartache, delusion, fears and cultural shocks of the pre- and post-World War II Britain, and he portrayed the ultimate end to totalitarianism and total government surveillance through his novels Nineteen Eighty-Four and Animal Farm. Finding these disquieting themes couched within the safety of fiction somehow grants them a sense of surrealism, but it teaches a lesson to those who hope to learn from history.

Orwell died in January of 1950, long before the actual emergence of the very society which he so feared: a world of mechanized eyes and software slogans; a realm of memespeak, thought police, and the false perception of universal exceptionalism (which by its very nature makes everyone the same—except for “protected classes”). However, this oppressive and fear-based environment is but the harbinger of darker worlds still to come.

Ordo ab chao. Order out of chaos. Apophis. Set. The return of old Saturn’s reign.

The Coming “GREAT RESET”

If this phrase is new to some of you, you’re not alone; but it has percolated through elitist brains for centuries in one form or another. In 2010, Richard Florida, a sociologist who studies economic cycles in city systems, authored a seminal book called The Great Reset. The primary thesis of this sleeper seed-book is that major paradigm and organizational shifts occur in economic systems when cities lose sight of diversity and creativity. For Florida, it’s the creative classes of individuals who stoke the engine of innovation and hence drive invention and industry. Without such big thinkers, Florida would assert, mankind’s forward momentum grinds to a halt.

Of course, critics of Florida’s metropolitan model disagree on the grounds that he insists this so-called creative class must be composed of a high percentage of gender-fluid individuals. Yes, you read that correctly. To achieve the “great reset” of mankind, cities must be restructured with a new elitist class that favors artists, musicians, novelists, and other creators whose ideologies skew heavily to the socialism and trans philosophies (as opposed to “cis” philosophies). As an aside, for those unfamiliar with the terms, “trans” and “cis” are mirror-image configurations of biochemical structures. God’s design is trans (the dominant configuration), which means anyone opposed to God would choose the “cis” version.

Florida’s logical end, therefore, is socialist Darwinism. Such a philosophy paints mankind as ever striving towards greater levels of achievement and centralized organization. First, he moves from living alone in caves to hunter-gatherer tribes, followed by agrarian communities, then to industrialized cities where farming is no longer required, to today’s information-addicted, hashtag-loving big-thinkers who can’t fix their own flat tires, much less grow a tomato—and finally, the cities die and the community disbands. The only way to fix this, Florida asserts, is to inject cities with artists and trans-fixed socialists, who will kick us into a new age of innovation.

And we are being forced into this very shift. Don’t believe it? Just recall the social-media-driven, hashtag revolution that is currently overwhelming cities and law enforcement agencies across the globe. At present, thousands of protesters bearing slogans and signs, neatly printed with the most fashionable hashtags (#fillintheblank) have taken to the streets—with Molotov cocktails in hand—ready to defend their right to desecrate our homes and sow destruction in our towns. They seek to erase more than history, more than statues—the current age itself. And in an era where nearly all learning is digital, it’s easy to imagine how history might be changed to suit a rising dictator. Like the Nazis, book-burning removes old ideas and brands them heretical or damaging, but if a child’s only source of information is the Internet, then all knowledge is subject to editorial alteration and erasure.

And with the loss of printed history and commemorative structures and statues—without a hard copy of humanity’s flawed past—future generations will have to rely upon the plays, poetry, and propaganda written by government-approved authors via online sources that can instantly be updated to reflect the ideology of the moment. With a single keystroke, what has been will cease to be.

It is just as George Orwell feared:

The past was alterable. The past never had been altered. Oceania was at war with Eastasia. Oceania had always been at war with Eastasia.[ii]

In Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four, the ruling English government, “Ingsoc” (short for “English socialism”) reigned over the new nation of Oceania. Ingsoc controlled her citizens’ thoughts and activities by requiring each to communicate using only “Newspeak.” The concept of free speech had vanished in Oceania in favor of ironically positive and often self-contradictory words and phrases.

Joycamps replaced labor camps, presumably making them “fun” (not).

Goodthink was any thought that supported the ruling political party.

Oldspeak was the former English language (one can see our current trends towards shorthand communication—i.e., emojis—replacing actual, cogent expression through entire sentences).

Oldthink was outdated ideas held by individuals before the rise of the current regime.

Thinkpol was the thought police, who used false-flag operations to lure unsuspecting renegades into “outing” themselves.

Teledep, was the Ministry of Truth’s telecommunications department of the regime, which broadcast Big Brother’s daily briefings and propaganda.

Telescreens provided two-way communication between government entities and citizens.


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Orwell foresaw our current society, where social media and twenty-four-hour news cycles shape and influence public opinion—and even shame those who refuse to accept the new “truths.” Think of how the hashtag generation is using peer pressure to force netizens to rethink their positions and beliefs. We are being changed, dear friends. We’re slowly being moved towards the new paradigm by a maniacal minority of keyboard warriors. Power is being concentrated into the hands of fewer and fewer individuals, and soon it will reside in only one.

J. R. R. Tolkien would call it the “One Ring to Rule Them All.” Today’s community organizers might paraphrase it as “One Meme to Rule Them All.”

But before you can restructure society—before you can design a new Tower of Babel or raise Sauron’s Dark Tower or lay the foundations for Orwell’s Oceania—all the old foundations must be destroyed and forever removed from memory. That is what’s happening right now—today.

This is what Florida meant by the “Great Reset.”

Today’s hashtag movement is intent on destroying all of humanity’s past, leaving behind a void that requires filling. Think of this as societal brainwashing that leaves the formerly filled and “prejudicial” brain empty and ready for Orwell’s Newspeak to take hold. But this did not originate with Richard Florida—or with Black Lives Matter—or with ISIS—or with Charles Manson.

It is an ancient idea, found in the book of Genesis.

And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. (Genesis 1:2; emphasis added)

“Without form and void”—empty. What does that mean? After the Lord created the heavens and the earth in verse 1, some catastrophic event, most likely a rebellion, occurred that left this world altered, emptied of its former glory, its identity. Like the aforementioned brain that must be emptied for retraining, our own earth had to be made void before it could be reordered. It’s been hiding in plain sight: Ordo ab chao—order out of chaos. Quite literally, for it is a primordial entity known as Chaos that lurks beneath the global waters. The war that preceded verse 2 of Genesis 1 is called the Chaoskampf. It refers to a war before Adam and Eve—before the creation of the sun and moon. Before our current animal life. We don’t know what that former world was like, but we know how it ended. With a deluge. The earth, covered in water, with the Holy Spirit hovering over the leader of that rebellion, Chaos. The Dragon. Tiamat. Leviathan, Apophis. It is this creature that slithers in the heart of Gaia worshipers, placing creation above the Creator. It is a topsy-turvy doctrine akin to Orwell’s Newspeak.

Today, it’s called “climate change.”

The Great Reset’s climate-change agenda not only reveres Gaia as our “mother” but even depicts an ancient Egyptian god as the good guy. The hero of the Chaoskampf. The one who brings order out of chaos.

SET. Yes, you read that correctly. Set, the entity now associated with death, was once revered as the heroic conqueror of Chaos.

Here’s the myth, and we’ll follow it with an examination of the Great Reset Initiative as it’s laid out by the World Economic Forum. The various agendas within this overarching initiative are:

  1. COVID-19
  2. Racism and injustice
  3. Climate change
  4. Mental health
  5. Trade
  6. Globalization

The last two items, trade and globalization, lie neatly within the wheelhouse of an organization calling itself the “World Economic Forum” (WEF), but it’s clear from the subcompartments of the Great Reset Initiative that much more is at work here. Under the globalization heading is the notion of both an “Industry 4.0”[iii] and “Globalization 4.0.” Florida implies that each Great Reset does so on the backbone of a societal revolution, the first using steam power, the next electric power, the third electronic and information power, and now this fourth revolution builds upon the information system to lead us into a fifth turning of sorts, where humanity has become merged with technology, i.e., we are transhuman.



Trade, according to the WEF website, requires the removal of all national identities:

With more and more voters demanding to “take back control” from “global forces”, the challenge is to restore sovereignty in a world that requires cooperation. Rather than closing off economies through protectionism and nationalist politics, we must forge a new social compact between citizens and their leaders, so that everyone feels secure enough at home to remain open to the world at large. Failing that, the ongoing disintegration of our social fabric could ultimately lead to the collapse of democracy….

The changes that are underway today are not isolated to a particular country, industry, or issue. They are universal, and thus require a global response. Failing to adopt a new cooperative approach would be a tragedy for humankind. To draft a blueprint for a shared global-governance architecture, we must avoid becoming mired in the current moment of crisis management.[iv] (Emphasis added)

Note the author’s use of “scare quotes” in the phrases “take back control” and “global forces,” implying that such beliefs pose a danger to the world’s survival. Schwab continues with: “Globalism is an ideology that prioritizes the neoliberal global order over national interests.[v]” This Fourth Industrial Revolution even has its own manifesto, called the 2020 Davos Manifesto,[vi] which is itself a continuation and reimagining of the 1973 Davos Manifesto.[vii] Both agreements center around the need for economic cooperation with an end goal of making money for investors (not surprising), but the 2020 manifesto adds the imperative that:

In creating such value, a company serves not only its shareholders, but all its stakeholders—employees, customers, suppliers, local communities and society at large. The best way to understand and harmonize the divergent interests of all stakeholders is through a shared commitment to policies and decisions that strengthen the long-term prosperity of a company.[viii]

The WEF website also reveals a link to the current COVID crisis as a driving factor for this future reset.

Only coordinated action by business, combined with global, multistakeholder cooperation—at exceptional scale and speed—can potentially mitigate the risk and impact of this unprecedented crisis.

There is an urgent need for global stakeholders to cooperate in simultaneously managing the direct consequences of the COVID-19 crisis. To improve the state of the world, the World Economic Forum is starting The Great Reset initiative.[ix] (Emphasis added)

In January of 2021, members of the World Economic Forum will meet to plan our futures.

We only have one planet and we know that climate change could be the next global disaster with even more dramatic consequences for humankind. We have to decarbonize the economy in the short window still remaining and bring our thinking and behaviour once more into harmony with nature,” said Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum.… “COVID-19 has accelerated our transition into the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We have to make sure that the new technologies in the digital, biological and physical world remain human-centred and serve society as a whole, providing everyone with fair access.”

 “If there is one critical lesson to learn from this crisis, it is that we need to put nature at the heart of how we operate. We simply can’t waste more time,” said HRH The Prince of Wales. (Emphasis added)

COVID-19 and climate change are used as the excuse to force the world to accept the reset. But there’s more to this than just a slew of wealthy businessmen and royals, and it leads us far back into antiquity. As Solomon once said:

The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 1:9. ESV)

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[i] Virgil, Eclogue IV, lines 11-22, found online via

[ii] Orwell, G. Nineteen Eighty-Four (United Kingdom: Penguin Modern Classics, 2003) 318.

[iii] For information on Industry 4.0, see: Marr, Bernard, “What Is Industry 4.0’, September 2, 2028, Forbes Magazine online, (accessed July 13, 2020).

[iv] Schwab, Klaus, “Globalization 4.0, What Does It Mean?”, November 5, 2018, World Economic Forum Website, (accessed July 13, 2020).

[v] Ibid.

[vi] 2020 Davos Manifesto can be read here: (accessed July 13, 2020).

[vii] 1973 Davos Manifesto can be read here: (accessed July 13, 2020).

[viii] See note vi.

[ix] World Economic Forum website: (accessed July 13, 2020)

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