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Is the Deep State’s Future in Doubt?

Deep State's FutureThe Deep State. It can be described as “the state within the state.” Those who are politically literate can see it well in the United States kleptocracy. It’s the shadow government that runs behind the scenes.

The revolving door between government and mega corporations could be mentioned. There have been hundreds of cases where federal workers in the Obama administration get jobs within Google, and vice versa. We see Monsanto trade players with the very people who ‘enforce’ laws upon it.

The pay to play scheme’s could be mentioned as well. Recently, links have been shown between the Clinton Foundation and the United States Department of State.

While it ensures that the things previously mentioned are maintained, the Deep State is bigger and deeper than that, and it isn’t even confined to any one nations borders. However, as the Deep State feeds off of the very class of people it strangles… does so at the risk of overreaching. This brings us to Charles Hugh Smith’s “The Deep State’s Catch-22.”

What is the Deep State’s Future? Is it’s grip entrenched forever, or will it collapse along with the system it leeched?

The Deep State’s Catch-22 written by Charles Hugh Smith

What happens if the Deep State pursues the usual pathological path of increasing repression? The system it feeds on decays and collapses.

The Deep State in virtually every major nation-state is facing a form of Catch-22:
 the Deep State needs the nation-state to feed on and support its power, and the nation-state requires stability above all else to survive the vagaries of history.Catch-22 (from the 1961 novel set in World War II Catch-22) has several shades of meaning (bureaucratic absurdity, for example), but at heart it is a self-referential paradox: you must be insane to be excused from flying your mission, but requesting to be excused by reason of insanity proves you’re sane.
The only possible output of extreme wealth inequality is social and economic instability.
The financial elites of the Deep State (and of the nation-state that the Deep State rules) generate wealth inequality and thus instability by their very existence, i.e. the very concentration of wealth and power that defines the elite.
So the only way to insure stability is to dissipate the concentrated wealth and power of the financial Deep State. This is the Deep State’s Catch-22.
What happens when extremes of wealth/power inequality have been reached? Depressions, revolutions, wars and the dissolution of empires. Extremes of wealth/power inequality generate political, social and economic instability which then destabilize the regime.
Ironically, elites try to solve this dilemma by becoming more autocratic and repressing whatever factions they see as the source of instability.
The irony is they themselves are the source of instability. The crowds of enraged citizens are merely manifestations of an unstable, brittle system that is cracking under the strains of extreme wealth/power inequality.
Can anyone not in Wall Street, the corporate media, Washington D.C., K Street or the Fed look at this chart and not see profound political disunity on the horizon?
Many consider it “impossible” that Wall Street could possibly lose its political grip on the nation’s throat, but I have suggested that Wall Street has over-reached, and is now teetering at the top of the S-Curve, i.e. it has reached Peak Wall Street. Consider what the extremes of Wall Street/Federal Reserve predation, parasitism, avarice and power have done to the nation, and then ask if other factions within the Deep State are blind to the destructive consequences.
What happens if the Deep State pursues the usual pathological path of increasing repression? The system it feeds on decays and collapses. I discussed this
We can anticipate the Deep State fracturing over the illusory efficacy of repression: those who believe there is no upper limit on the effectiveness of repression, and those who understand that at some point, unlimited policing and financial repression will unleash a destabilizing tsunami that will threaten the integrity of the Empire and the Deep State itself.
Here is an excerpt from an insightful interview, The American Deep State: An Interview with Peter Dale Scott
Peter Phillips: We’re really happy to have you here. I’ve just finished reading your book, The American Deep State: Wall Street, Big Oil, and the Attack on U.S. Democracy In your new book you talk about the egalitarian mindset culture of America. We believe in the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, open government, transparency. And then you say also that there’s a dark side, or a deep side inside America that’s repressive, that is looking to be able to detain people without warrants, warrantless wire tapping and all of that – there’s a repressive side. Can you tell us a little bit more about how you frame this understanding of this culture of repression?
Peter Dale Scott: Actually, I think there’s always been a deep state in America and there have been times when it has been very repressive. We’re in a period of, you might say, surplus repression – repression that doesn’t serve anyone’s interests, not even the interests of the ruling class. (emphasis by CHS)
Preserving ever-expanding wealth/power inequality via ever-expanding repression is not a successful strategy. As the Internet has speeded up commerce and the distribution of ideas and information, the utility of repression as a way of preserving a crumbling status quo has decayed. A repressive regime that lasted seventy years in the 20th century might last seven years in the 21st century once the rising scarcities of paid work, energy, food and social mobility start drawing blood.
Debt has been the temporary savior of Deep States everywhere. Borrowing money from future earnings and future taxpayers has worked for seven long years, but it’s unlikely to last another seven.
You can borrow money for a time to fund super-welfare for all (elites and debt-serfs alike) but you can’t make energy or food cheap again or regenerate social mobility or dissipate rising wealth/power inequality.

Militant Monday | Divine Invasion

Militant Monday | Divine InvasionThis week’s Militant Monday is a 23 minute audio clip, recorded in the 1960’s, by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. It should play automatically from this page. The following is a summary of this Monday’s topic, Divine Invasion.

Previously, we heard how we should lay our heart and mind open to the saving experiences which come from without. These experiences can completely change our character….so now we come to Divine Invasion.

Militant Monday | Conscience

This week’s Militant Monday is a 24 minute audio clip, recorded in the 1960’s, by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. It should play automatically from this page. The following is a summary of this Monday’s topic, Conscience.

militant monday conscienceConscience is that which makes you feel good after, and when wrong, that which makes you feel bad after. We know where we are, and where we ought to be. We know the ideal, and the actual reality. Yet, man will cover up his conscience by turning to untrue ideologies, pills, alcoholism, atheism, vices, hyper-criticism, etc.

Militant Monday | Philosophy of Life

This week’s Militant Monday is a 24 minute audio clip, recorded in the 1960’s, by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. It should play automatically from this page. The following is a summary of this Monday’s topic, the Philosophy of Life.

Militant Monday | Philosophy of Life“Good morning, God” ..or.. “Good God…Morning”      Which do we say when we wake up?

A normal person already works towards a goal or purpose in life. However, some people get caught up in the ‘absurdity of life’. An abnormal person will actually look for escape mechanisms and excuses…anything…to avoid finding the meaning of life.

Christ’s Life in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass – Explained

Understanding the True Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, and how it parallels Christ’s Life, will deepen your appreciation for the infinite gift God has given us. From the Divine Passion, through Pentecost, the priest re-enacts Christ’s actions with every Mass, transcending time and place.

After meditating on the following 37 points, here is a directory of Tridentine Latin Masses, CLICK HERE.

Holy Sacrifice of the Mass


 The Mass of the Catechumens


1. Introibo ad altare Dei

  • The priest going to the foot of the altar represents Christ going to Mount Olivet.

2. Judica me, Deus…

  • The priest commencing the Holy Mass represents Christ beginning to pray in the Garden.

3. Confiteor Deo…

  • The priest saying the Confiteor represents Christ falling down and sweating blood at Mt. Olivet.

4. Oramus Te, Domine, per merita Sanctorum Tuorum

  • The priest going up and kissing the altar, after praying Aufer a nobis…, represents Christ being betrayed by Judas with a kiss.

5. Oremus

  • The priest going to the Epistle side represents Christ being captured, bound and taken to Annas.


  • The priest reading the Introit represents Christ being falsely accused by Annas and blasphemed.

7. Kyrie Eleison

  • The priest going to the middle of the altar and saying the Kyrie eleison represents Christ being brought to Caiphas and these three times denied by Peter.

8. Dominus vobiscum

  • The priest saying the Dominus vobiscum represents Christ looking at Peter and converting him.


  • The priest reading the Epistle represents Christ being brought to Pilate.

10. Munda cor meum

  • The priest saying the Munda cor meum represents Christ being taken to Herod and mocked.

11. The GOSPEL

  • The priest reading the Gospel represents Christ being taken to Pilate and again mocked.


The Mass of the Faithful




  • The priest uncovering the chalice represents Christ being shamefully exposed.

13. Suscipe and Offerimus…

  • The priest offering bread and wine represents Christ being cruelly scourged.

14. In spiritu humilitatis…

  • The priest covering the chalice represents Christ being crowned with thorns.

15. Lavabo…

  • The priest washing his hands represents Christ being declared innocent by Pilate.

16. Orate Fratres

  • The priest saying the Orate Fratres represents Christ being shown by Pilate to the people with the words “Ecce Homo.”

17. The SECRET

  • The priest praying in a low voice represents Christ being mocked and spit upon.

18. The PREFACE and Sanctus

  • The priest saying the Preface and the Sanctus represents Christ being preferred instead of Barrabas and condemned to crucifixion.

19. Communicantes

  • The priest making the memento for the living represents Christ carrying the cross to Mount Calvary.

20. CANON Prayers

  • The priest continuing to pray in a low voice represents Christ meeting His Mother.

21. Hanc igitur

  • The priest blessing the bread and wine represents Christ being nailed to the cross.


  • The priest elevating the host represents Christ being raised on the cross.


  • The priest elevating the chalice represents Christ shedding blood from the five wounds.

24. Memento

  • The priest praying in a low voice represents Christ seeing His afflicted Mother at the foot of the cross.

25. Nobis quoque peccatoribus

  • The priest saying aloud the words Nobis quoque peccatoribus represents Christ praying on the cross for men.


26. Pater Noster

  • The priest saying aloud the the Pater Noster represents Christ saying the seven words on the cross.

27. Fraction of the Host

  • The priest breaking and separating the host represents Christ giving up His spirit.

28. Haec commixtio…

  • The priest letting a portion of the host fall into the chalice represents His soul going to Limbo.

29. Agnus Dei…

  • The priest saying the Agnus Dei represents Christ being acknowledged on the cross as the Son of God by many bystanders.


  • The priest administering Holy Communion represents Christ being laid in the sepulchre with the white linen over the communion railing representing the pure shroud.

31. Cleansing the Chalice

  • The priest cleansing the chalice represents Christ being anointed by pure women.

32. Preparing the Chalice

  • The priest preparing the chalice again represents Christ rising from the dead.

33. Dominus vobiscum…

  • The priest saying the Dominus vobiscum represents Christ appearing to His mother and the disciples.


  • The priest saying the last prayers in the Postcommunion represents Christ teaching for forty days.

35. Dominus vobiscum

  • The priest saying the Dominus vobiscum just before the Ite Missa est represents Christ taking leave of His disciples with His final words in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John to “Feed My sheep” and ascending into Heaven.

36. Ite Missa est and FINAL BLESSING

  • The priest saying the Ite Missa est blessing represents Christ sending down the Holy Ghost on Pentecost Sunday.


  • The priest saying the Last Gospel, which is really the First words of the beloved Disciple Saint John, represents sending the Apostles into all parts of the world to preach the Gospel and preserving His Holy Church for all time.


The 37 reasons are taken from The Catholic Church Alone: The One True Church of Christ, Catholic Education Company, New York, 1902, page 551. Thanks to Daily Catholic, for posting. You can find a plethora of Traditional Catholic material there.

Essential Oils of the Bible

Essential Oils are a means to improve your physical, spiritual, and psychological health. Learn how you can strengthen your bodily temple…. so you can better receive the Holy Ghost.

Essential oil-derived plants are referred to well over 500 times in the Bible! Even more notable, specific use of essential oils comes directly from the mouth of the LORD!

Essential Oils (contracted from “quintessential oils”) are naturally occurring, volatile aromatic compounds, derived from the distillation of a plant and its parts. (flowers, leaves, wood, bark, roots, seeds, or peel) There are over a dozen essential oils of the Bible, most popular of which are: Myrrh, Frankincense, Calamus (cane), Cedarwood, Cinnamon, and Cassia.

With such a prevalent use of essential oils of the Bible, and actual directive about their use from the LORD, how is it that essential oils are not a staple in our well being? Our bodies are supposed to be temples for the Holy Ghost, so isn’t it our responsibility to use God-given means to achieve our wellness? Essential oils of the Bible are not only “God-given”, but they are “God-directed”!

The Holy Anointing Oil

In Exodus 30: 22-29, we see….

And the Lord spoke to Moses, Saying: Take spices, of principal and chosen myrrh five hundred sicles, and of cinnamon half so much, that is, two hundred and fifty sicles, of calamus in like manner two hundred and fifty. And of cassia five hundred sicles by the weight of the sanctuary, of oil of olives the measure hin: And thou shalt make the holy oil of unction, an ointment compounded after the art of the perfumer, And therewith thou shalt anoint the tabernacle of the testimony, and the ark of the testament, And the table with the vessels thereof, the candlestick and furniture thereof, the altars of incense, And of holocaust, and all the furniture that belongeth to the service of them. And thou shalt sanctify all, and they shall be most holy: he that shall touch them shall be sanctified.


Following that passage, the Lord specified a composition to be used for Holy Incense in Exodus 30: 34-35….

And the Lord said to Moses: Take unto thee spices, stacte, and onycha, galbanum of sweet savour, and the clearest frankincense, all shall be of equal weight. And thou shalt make incense compounded by the work of the perfumer, well tempered together, and pure, and most worthy of sanctification.


Through the Holy Anointing Oil and Holy Incense, we can see that the Lord clearly places a value in the spices and herbs which he has given man.

Now, DO NOT go and copy the exact recipe from Exodus. These specific compositions were sanctified and only to be used for the Lord’s specific purpose. So do not try to duplicate the recipe! He warns of being “cut off” and “perishing” to those who use these compositions for their own pleasure! Though some may argue that with Christ came a new order.

Either way, we can utilize the essential oils of the Bible, which God has provided, in an infinite amount of other ways. We can use these God-given plants, in the form of essential oils, to improve our wellness, and provide a better temple for the Holy Ghost.

Let’s take a closer look at the 6 most frequently referenced essential oils of the Bible.


Essential Oils of the Bible


MyrrhEssential Oils of the Bible - Myrrh

Recognized widely as one of the gifts of the wise men at the Nativity of Christ, and also an ingredient of the Holy Anointing Oil, Myrrh is the bellwether of the essential oils of the Bible.

In the Bible, myrrh was used as a: currency/commodity, anointing oil, perfume, ointment, incense, food spice, burial preparation, etc.

Other ancient uses include: pregnancy anointing, warding off curses of newborns, reducing anxiety during labor, perineum salve, addressing post labor stretch marks, fighting infections for newborns, oral cleanliness, embalming, and skin conditions.

Today, we can use it for: anti-microbial properties, oral cleanliness, healing of wounds, strengthening immune system, anti-parasitic treatments, improving skin, improving thyroid function, fighting infection/viruses, improving emotional state, cellular healing, and fighting cancer.


FrankincenseEssential Oils of the Bible - Frankincense

Also recognized as one of the gifts of the wise men at Christ’s Nativity, and an ingredient of the Holy Incense, Frankincense is the next most popular of the essential oils of the Bible.

In the Bible, Frankincense was used as a: currency/commodity, holy perfume, ceremonial offering, perfume, etc.

Other ancient uses include: a cure-all, elevating spirituality, death preparation, and embalming.

Today, we can use it for: reducing pain, reducing inflammation, boosting immune system, treating brain injuries/ailments, fighting disease/infection/virus, cellular regeneration, scar treatment, and even fighting cancer.

*NOTE: There have been studies showing a synergy when Frankincense and Myrrh are used together. You can learn more about how Frankincense can help fight against cancer.


Calamus (cane)Essential Oils of the Bible - Calamus

Known as the “cane” used by the LORD for the ‘Holy Anointing Oil’ instructed to Moses, Calamus also was used by Solomon as an adjective to admire his beloved.

In the Bible, Calamus was used as a: currency/commodity, perfume, anointing oil, incense, and digestive stimulant.

Today, we can use it for: reducing inflammation, improved respiratory function, muscle relaxation, and improved kidney function.


CedarwoodEssential Oils of the Bible - Cedarwood

Cedar is the tree most mentioned in the Bible, and may be the first of the essential oils of the Bible that was distilled.

In the Bible, Cedar wood was used as: currency/commodity, perfume, symbol of stability, symbol of abundance, leprosy cleansing

Other ancient uses include: embalming, leper cleansing, disinfecting, ritual cleansing, cosmetics, skin problems, calming effect, and medicine.

Today, we can use it for: improved focus, urinary support, reducing inflammation, detoxing, metabolic regulation, treating infections, menstruation regulation, skin and mouth ailments, hair growth, bug repellant, muscle tension, and mental awareness.


CinnamonEssential Oils of the Bible - Cinnamon

Another oil of the Holy Anointing Oil of Exodus….

In the Bible, cinnamon was used as a: currency/commodity, anointing oil, sensual stimulant, adjective for love, luxury spice.

Today, we can use it for: antimicrobial/anti-fungal/anti-parasitic cleansing, fighting diseases, culinary purposes, sexual stimulating, and regulating blood sugar levels.


CassiaEssential Oils of the Bible - Cassia

Yet another oil of the Holy Anointing Oil of Exodus….

In the Bible, cassia was used as a: currency/commodity, perfume, anointing oil

Today, we can use it for: improved immune system, natural body defense, culinary purposes, and body aches/discomfort.


Time to Use Essential Oils of the Bible?


While you now know the 6 most frequently used essential oils of the bible, there are over a dozen oils utilized, including Galbanum, Onycha, Spikenard, Hyssop, Sandalwood, Myrtle, Cypress, and Rose of Sharon. Noting that the forms and exact species of plant may vary from Biblical references to modern day, the focus on essential oils of the Bible is still unmistakable. Perhaps there is a sacredness in returning to the healing powers of these God-given compounds. Perhaps we can improve not only our physical health, but also our spiritual health in this battle of life.

Do you think there is a reason the LORD permitted essential oils to be so prevalent in the Bible? Do you want to learn more about the role essential oils could play in your life? Might you have interest in sampling essential oils to see if they are right for your family?

We are here for you. Whether it’s just more info you are after, actual use of essential oils, or getting some extra cash flow by sharing the health benefits with others…… we can get you started.

In God’s Will

-Travis & Angel