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Tuesday, January 11

Fascist Christianity Moving Towards A "Scientific Dictatorship"?

I doubt that the One World Religion would be Scientology. More likely Scientology mixed with a warped version of Christianity.

Freemason Aldous Huxley coined the term "scientific dictatorship" and presented an allegorized version of the concept in his famous roman 'a clef entitled Brave New World. Huxley was mentored by Freemason H.G. Wells, who also presented a fictionalized "scientific dictatorship" under the appellation of the "Technocracy." This is an interesting designation for a world government managed by functional elites and scientists. It is derived from the Greek word techne, which means craft. Given Wells' membership in the Craft of Freemasonry, the synchronicity becomes apparent.

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Evidently, government-sponsored research programs are already dedicated to the Technocracy's vision of re-sculpting reality. Bainbridge is certainly no stranger to this vision, as is evidenced by his association with Scientology. In Religion and the Social Order, Bainbridge presented a mandate for scientists to become "religious engineers" in the development of a new world religion (Bainbridge, "New Religions, Science, and Secularization"). This new world religion, which Bainbridge calls a "Church of God Galactic," would find its origins with science fiction literature (Bainbridge, "Religions for a Galactic Civilization"). In the formulation of his "Church," Bainbridge used the scientistic cult of Scientology as a working model:Today there exists one highly effective religion actually derived from science fiction, one which fits all the known sociological requirements for a successful Church of God Galactic. I refer, of course, to Scientology (Bainbridge, "Religions for a Galactic Civilization").

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