Is it reassuring to discover that in France there are people who would desecrate one of the most important sacred sites on the planet? The same kind of people as exist here who would build cable cars on mountains, ‘pave paradise and put up a parking lot’, chop down trees, destroy natural habitats, hunt and kill endangered species etc.
Well, it is reassuring that attempts to desecrate Carnac are being met with resistance.
If you do any kind of research, instead of believing and swallowing wholesale the mainstream distortion of history, you will discover that sacred sites offer so much to the liberation of this planet. Those who wish to vandalise these places are a mixture of those who would do it deliberately for all the reasons I have articulated in this blog for years and just pure and simple greedy Philistines.
I have mentioned Freddy Silva before. Check him out if the name is new to you. The planet is covered with some organised religion’s attempts to suppress dissenting voices and create lies about the past. One of the more obvious ways they have done this is to build churches on/over ancient sacred sites. Sometimes, perhaps most times, sacred sites were merely buried. No doubt on other occasions the sacred sites were destroyed. Sometimes (see picture above) we get proof of this practice in plain sight. Here is a menhir in the grounds of a church in St Jean Brevelay in Morbihan, Brittany. Brittany has as many menhirs/sacred sites as Britain and Ireland. As there is a shared Celtic tradition and history, hardly surprising.
As a child, although my parents were not hidebound zealots, the word pagan as it was presented to me conjured up images of ignorance, delusion and possible depravity. Paganism wasn’t good. However the dictionary tells us the paganism is 1) the following of non-mainstream religion; 2) polytheism (the worship of many deities) or 3) pantheism. The latter is rather interesting as it is “the belief that God and the material world are one and the same thing and that God is present in everything.” So clearly I am a pantheist!
Of course technological determinism runs concurrently with the destruction of the natural world so it is impossible for me to fully detach from Gallic vandalism when all around are staring at their mobile phones. And whilst every generation starts to lose touch with so-called progress as it enters its twilight years, the destruction of our connection to the earth and the growth of soulless automation are not issues to be lightly dismissed.
And to close? All power to Menhir Libres, keep seeking the truth, take every opportunity to expand your worldview, embrace pantheism and continue on your heroic journey. And switch the effing thing off.
Jack Stewart, still ferry-lagged, September 3, 2017