WOL Truth File: The Hegelian Dialectic
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The Hegelian dialect is a concept that is commonly attributed to German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. The initial discussion of the dialectic by Hegel is found in his 1807 book, Phänomenologie des Geistes (The Phenomenology of Spirit). Phänomenologie des Geistes is something approximating an occult religious text. Many of the philosophical concepts developed by Hegel in this work are simply inversions of Biblical doctrine. While Phänomenologie des Geistes has acted as an extremely important book in the development modern occultism, it is important to note that the contemporary understanding of the Hegelian dialectic does not come directly from this book. The master-slave dialectic found within Phänomenologie des Geistes is a facsimile of an ancient Gnostic concept of synthesis.
Synthesis is the ultimate goal of Gnosticism, as it is believed that the process of synthesis will be used in order to overthrow the demiurge (God). The process of synthesis is defined by two major concepts: the thesis and the anti-thesis. The thesis/anti-thesis/synthesis progression is one of the oldest and most effective tools of social engineering. In its contemporary form it is known as the Hegelian dialectic, though as stated earlier it is a concept much older than Hegel.
The Hegelian dialectic has been employed throughout human history by occult societies in order to force humanity into accepting a pre-determined conclusion. The below diagram provides a basic outline of how the Hegelian dialect may be employed in contemporary politics to advance a certain agenda:
*Starting Condition*: Public rejects police/surveillance state.
Government funded terrorist organizations wreak havoc and induce lawlessness.
Government passes legislation which allows for easier monitoring of terrorist threats.
A police/surveillance state is established.
*Ending Condition*: Public embraces police/surveillance state.
In the above example it is clear that the state wanted to establish a surveillance state from the beginning, however such an extreme form of government requires comparably extreme social conditions. Therefore, the state had to create the conditions under which the public would demand a police/surveillance state. The creation of a problem and subsequent provision of a solution is perhaps the favorite tool of Luciferian cults. Though it seems that two forces are opposing one another within the Hegelian dialectic, the truth of the matter is that both sides are controlled by the same puppet master. The end result is planned from the onset, and the public is convinced that they desire something which they would have outright rejected in the past.