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Sunday, December 25, 2016

Islamic Terrorism
Prophet Mohammed’s Strategic Objective

As a general rule, people are typically unaccustomed, if not intensely averse, to thinking strategically; strategic thinking consisting of a sharp shift of consciousness—sometimes imperceptible at first; but, eventually, unpleasant, disconcerting and seriously disorienting—away from the immediacy of the dualistic consciousness of the “self” and its pleasures, concerns, obsessions, and desires for individual self-preservation; to the long-term, detached, dispassionate, ‘big picture’ and much more reality-oriented assessments of the non-dualistic “observing consciousness”.

But if there is to be any hope at all of decisively defeating Islamic terrorism, it is necessary to accurately perceive precisely what the strategic objective of that terrorism is in the first place; as well as to understand what the prophet Mohammed’s strategic objective was prior to the emergence of Islamic metaphysical theology; the theology which is the foundation of the Sharia.

As with Moses, Isaiah, Daniel and Jesus before him, the strategic objective of Mohammed was based upon the Knowledge that had been Revealed to him through both the Revelation of “the resurrection” (including the Revelation of the Memory of Creation and the Revelation of the memories of previous lives), cryptically referred to as the Second Phase of the War of the Sons of Light in the Dead Sea Scroll by that name; and the Vision of the “Son of man”, or the “Night Journey”, signifying the Third Phase of the War of the Sons of Light; that strategic objective being the Victory of Righteousness over immorality; the Victory of Peace over violence, terrorism and warfare; and the Victory of Truth over falsehood.

That was Mohammed’s strategic objective...

To be
sharply differentiated, of course, from the immediate and near-term tactics that were employed to achieve that objective at a particular place and during a particular time in the history of human civilization.

Inasmuch as neither the present-day Islamic terrorists nor ‘moderate’ Islamic theologians have any understanding at all of the Knowledge that was Revealed to Mohammed through the Vision of the “Son of man” and the Revelation of “the resurrection”, however—and don’t take my word for it; just ask them—it is simply not possible for the Islamic theologians in the 21st century to have the same strategic objective that Mohammed had.

In fact, the strategic objective of the Islamic religious officials in the early years of the 21
st century is precisely the opposite of Mohammed’s strategic objective; consisting, instead, of the preservation of Islamic metaphysical theology, rather than the Knowledge Revealed through Revelation, and the 7th century tactic of the universal (and forcible, if necessary) imposition of Shariah in every country on the planet.

And, while the strategic objective of Mohammed, as well as the near-term tactics to be employed in the attainment of that strategic objective are both mentioned in the
Quran, the tactics referred to in the Quran were very specifically oriented to a 7th century civilization; a civilization without printing presses and the mass publication of books; a civilization without newspapers and journals of theology; a civilization without radio and television; and a civilization without the Internet, YouTube, Skype and Twitter.

And it is the invention of these advanced communications technologies which have rendered
absolutely and irreversibly obsolete, irrelevant, and counter-productive all of the tactics employed by both the Islamic terrorists and the ‘moderate’ Islamic religious officials in the attainment of the original strategic objective of Mohammed.

That is, the
most effective way of achieving Mohammed’s strategic objective—something which, of course, should be an over-riding concern to both the Islamic terrorists and the ‘moderate’ Islamic religious officials—in the early 21st century is through information warfare; that is, a direct confrontation between the Knowledge Revealed to Mohammed through Revelation and the metaphysical doctrines of both the Islamic terrorists and the ‘moderate’ Islamic religious officials.

But there is a problem.

Those believing the metaphysical doctrines of the Islamic theologians—which, by the way,
contradict the Revelations in the Quran (“Surely, men have no faith in our Revelations”—Sura 27:82)those adhering to tactics which directly and specifically oppose the original strategic objective of Mohammed, are now, under the guise of ‘counter terrorism’, almost completely preventing the communication of any of that Knowledge over these advanced communications technologies.

Thus, lacking
all Knowledge of Revelation, there is no rational strategy at all on either side of this conflict; all strategy merely having been replaced by the tactic of human sacrifice to the ‘god of the dead’.

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