Dear Lionel -- i find yer ideas fascinating. Really do
come up with more. Have you One Thousand Plateaus by
Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guatari.? They evolved weirds
methods and models of knowledge. What they call
rhizomatics. Stuff from everywhere.
--- Lionel Boxer <lboxer@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I
agree with Yve's comments, but the whole creation
> was facilitated by the
> English and they were largely influenced by masonic
> myth -- from the foot
> soldiers to the generals (recall Kipling's 'The Man
> who Would Be King') and
> from the civil servants to the prime minister.
> Furthermore, all of the
> Kings (Edward VII, George V, Edward VIII and George
> VI) of the 20th Century
> exchanged their scepter for the fraternity of the
> lambskin apron (HRH Prince
> Charles is one of the few male Royals who is not a
> Freemason.) That made
> for a very homogenous mind set.
> My comment not to denegrate Freemasonry, but to
> suggest that it was as
> powerful a force (albeit oposite) as Nazism in
> Germany during the same era.
> (Hitler assassinated about 2,000 Freemasons ... all
> those that he could
> I just get the feeling that the creation of Isreal
> and Placing the
> Isrealites in the Royal Chairs of King Solomon (in
> the East), B. (in the
> North) and J. (in the West) must have satisfied
> Masonic sensibilities. I
> have also wondered if Zerrubbulian/Ezratic legend
> resulted in the colours of
> the ribbon that suspends the 1939-45 Star (and the
> common shape of all those
> stars) that was awarded to all British Commonwealth
> soldiers, airmen and
> sailors who served in any theatre of war.
> We are talking about the GAZE of British Kings and
> the GOVERNMENTALITY of
> the entire British Commonwealth (at the height of
> its power and influence.)
> I think this is a great quarry of opportunity for
> Foucauldian analysis.
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