The Mystery of Ignorance
Occasionally I view Doug Ford (Premier of Ontario, Canada) spew his daily dose of propaganda on the Canadian public. It is in these Covid news briefings that I have come to understand exactly who Doug Ford is and who he represents. For me, there is also greater clarity in understanding Rob Ford’s demise.
Most people have heard of Merlin the Magician, but few understand his positioning within the ancient mysteries. Merlin used awandmade ofwoodfrom ahollytree to cast magic and chaos, just as Doug Ford uses holly-wood’s famous medium of television to deceive you and I.
I am attaching a link to an ancient Egyptian text known as the, “Book of the Heavenly Cow”. Masonic esoteric knowledge weighs heavily on Egyptology.
The Book placed the responsibility for peace and harmony squarely on human beings. Whereas before, Ra had taken care of his children, after their rebellion it was up to them to manage their own affairs in accordance with what they knew of the will of the lesser-gods who presided over the earth. Humans were no longer coddled by their creator; they were forced to grow up and take responsibility for their own actions and recognize the debt they owed to the gods who gave them life.
Like the Mesopotamian Atrahasis or the Great Flood story from Genesis, the Book of the Heavenly Cow relates a tale of transformation and maturation in the relationship between humanity and the divine. In all of these texts, a supernatural force creates humanity, comes to be displeased with the results, and decides to erase its mistake. Those who survive are then responsible for establishing a new and more mature relationship with their creator which requires growth and personal accountability. In this, the Book of the Heavenly Cow is a transformational text reminding one that, even though the gods may always be there, it is one’s personal responsibility to be worthy of their gifts.