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 CS Lewis' The Screwtape Letters read by John Cleese.

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PostSubject: CS Lewis' The Screwtape Letters read by John Cleese.   Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:05 am

If you haven't heard this before you're in for a treat. If you have then listen again. I could listen to this stuff for ever. It's perfect. Metaphysics, demons and John Cleese. Great combo.



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PostSubject: Re: CS Lewis' The Screwtape Letters read by John Cleese.   Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:06 am

Shame more folks aren't looking into Screwtape, as it's a veritable illuminati blueprint.
 
Lewis was a Mason and an occultist, but he gave it all up to become a Christian, I think there are few people out there who have ever spilled the beans fully on Illuminati initiations and and mind control as Lewis did.

He knew a lot about the Freemasons and the devil himself because he was once on their side.

If you read the last book, 'That Hideous Strength' there are references to methods of initiation and mind control..... Very eye opening.
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PostSubject: Re: CS Lewis' The Screwtape Letters read by John Cleese.   Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:07 am

In his autobiography (Surprised by Joy), Lewis tells how at age 13 he abandoned his Anglican faith due to the influence of a school mistress who was involved with “Theosophy, Rosicrucianism, Spiritualism; the whole Anglo-American Occultist tradition.” And Lewis developed a “lust” for the occult that remained with him even after he returned to Anglicanism. He said,

“And that started in me something with which, on and off, I have had plenty of trouble since--the desire for the preternatural, simply as such, the passion for the Occult. Not everyone has this disease; those who have will know what I mean. I once tried to describe it in a novel. It is a spiritual lust; and like the lust of the body it has the fatal power of making everything else in the world seem uninteresting while it lasts.”[2]


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