Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Book Review: The Ascendancy Of The Scientific Dictatorship by Phillip and Paul Collins

Book Review: The Ascendancy Of The Scientific Dictatorship by Phillip and Paul Collinsby Bruce Collins


Recently, I watched a debate on ABC.com, which I heard was also carried on Nightline. This contest of sorts featured two Christians versus two atheists. Obviously, this type of verbal sparring creates a little heat, particularly when Jesus Christ is a huge part of that debate. I felt a clear spirit of arrogance from the atheists who tried to subtly insinuate that Christianity was so implausible that only morons could believe in it. All in all, I thought the atheists were very well studied but I also believed that former "Growing Pains" star Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort, both of the excellent "Way of the Master" television series, did a fine job of staying on the Message. The atheists relied heavily on science- some of it highly suspect.

At the same time, I happened to be reading "The Ascendancy Of The Scientific Dictatorship", a thoroughly researched book, by Phillip Darrell Collins and Paul David Collins. Somehow, both of these two events happening simultaneously created an awakening in me of how important the Collins brothers’ book is and how vital to our understanding it will be in the years to come. A secular ‘machine’ is diabolically shaping the world’s belief system through scientism: "the belief that the investigational methods of the natural sciences should be ecumenically imposed upon all fields of inquiry."

"The Ascendancy Of The Scientific Dictatorship" first touches on conspiratorial groups and their relationships. These purposeful assemblies are not always so secretive and could fall under the category of ‘the usual suspects’: the Trilateral Commission, the CFR, the Bilderbergers, and others. Although these powerful alliances function with varying degrees of competency, there is a master objective. Yet, despite a unified lust for world rule, interconnected affiliates are often unable to operate under consistent harmony and accompanied by a fluctuating hierarchy.

However, among the most influential of these subconspiracies, the Transnationalists and Internationalists work toward the goal of drawing nations together into an ever increasing dependency.

The dictatorship of science is steeped in the occult practices of Freemasonry, of which most members are uninformed.

Collins & Collins explore the epistemological cartel which is the elite’s dominance by ‘anointed’ scientists, portrayed as flawless messengers of truth. Originally, this theocracy tied into the worship of the Sun. At some point, this shifted to the new theocracy of science. The scientists reject supernatural explanations for their ‘bookkeeping’ of ‘truth’.

Much of science hopes to achieve singularity, the evolution of mankind to return to Eden and immortality through "world government and a unified consciousness." In this and other examples, science mirrors religion but its’ own culpability is not acknowledged as such.

Rama Coomaraswamy confirms:

"Unfortunately modern man sees science, not as a specialized kind of knowledge about the material world we live in, but as an almost "mystical" concept encompassing his most cherished convictions; his belief in evolution, progress, and that all reality is subjective, measurable, and centered on man qua man. For him, what science cannot measure and explain with its limited methodology simply doesn’t exist- all that is knowable is encompassed within its aegis. For modern man the scientist has replaced the priest, and when he speaks- even if it be outside the realm of his competence- his words are imbued with quasi-divine authority. Everything modern man believes in- be it hygiene, socialism or modern psychology- is described as "scientific", an adjective which seemingly endows its subject with the quality of truth and objectivity. It is to Science that we are directed in seeking a solution to our every problem. Modern man often proclaims his belief in science, and well he should, for science, or rather scientism, has become his religion. He accepts its fuzzy "dogmas," not because he feels they are true. Such a faith is "visceral" and "blind." It defies definition and can be described as an "immenantist awareness finding its source in the subconscious."

In an acceptance of scientism and the difficult philosophy of atheism, many reject "First Cause, which is God." Atheism breeds secularization. As "The Ascendancy Of The Scientific Dictatorship" states "sociologist William Sims Bainbridge makes clear, secularization does not represent the complete obliteration of religion. Instead, it represents the opening stage of occult counterculture movement."

The authors envelop much ground with excellent research on the British Royal Society, the Rosicrucians, Bacon’s utopian vision and Henri de Saint-Simon.

Phillip and Paul Collins identify sociology as a science of evolving knowledge and a worship of humanity. This proposed evolution will draw us into a supposed higher state of being.

Then, there is bio-power," a form of social control through the imposition of technocratic organizational frameworks upon society." All of this, of course, walks hand in hand with materialism. Humanity is a god that creates and saves itself.

The book explores evolution’s father, Charles Darwin. Darwin’s beliefs were rooted in the occult underpinnings of Freemasonry. "The Ascendancy" also looks at the often overlooked racist beliefs inherent in the science of Darwinism.

Packed with valuable information, the research covers the French Revolution, Planned Parenthood, UNESCO, elite wars and even peak oil theory. Each page is full of well documented facts. There is even a good study of the IMF and the World Bank.

In a chilling admission to the soul destroying effects of atheism, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer confided in NBC’s Stone Phillips, saying:

"If a person doesn’t think there is a God to be accountable to, then—then what’s the point of trying to modify your behavior to keep it within acceptable ranges? That’s how I thought anyway. I always believed the theory of evolution as truth, that we all just came from the slime. When we, when we died, you know, that was it, there is nothing…"

The second half of the book deals with the "coming clash of scientific dictatorships." The end game is a cluster of competing socialist "regimes" making war with one another, yet leading us toward a prophetic trajectory.

Written from a Christian perspective, the Collins brothers conclude with the true war, the war of the ages, between God and Satan.

These guys are brilliant and I hope to see more books from them. Since my last name is Collins, if I was the third brother- you’d have to call me Curly.

I recommend this book. It’s unique. It’s well researched. It’s important. You should buy it.

To order the hard copy of this outstanding book, click here, or for an E-book version, go to www.4acloserlook.com/ascendancy.html. Phillip and Paul Collins are also regular RNN columnists.



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