Let us first consider that logically, reality is initially Heaven. This is from the perspective of ideological philosophy, which is in contrast to materialistic philosophy. Ideological philosophy is the branch of philosophy that is chosen by the religious and spiritual community. A precept of ideological philosophy, and this makes sense regarding empirical modern science, as well, is that reality is inherently and initially fully intelligent. It is later that the actions of the people, through their desires, affect reality in various ways, and some of those ways can create, instead, a reality full of death and disorder. An example is that if people start harming one another, reality, while once all-fulfilling, becomes increasingly controlling. If people don’t turn away from a pattern of increasingly inflicting harm without the concept of redemption, then a society can fall into a police state, and eventually, find extinction.
Considering that reality, logically, is inherently all-fulfilling to people, and it is only through corruption that society becomes controlling, it makes logical sense to conclude that all forms of evil arise from the singular notion of corrupting eternal truth. Considering eternity to be, by default, of a benevolent and caring state — a state of Heaven — which is formed of the eternal truth of all people, which is known deeply within each individual and which supports life, then corrupting this truth, promoting the corruption, and provoking the corruption, would cause a fall from Heaven, into a less desirable habitat.
Let us review the seven deadly sins. Here is a succint and modern interpretation:
1) Don’t forgo one’s true self (Pride)
2) Don’t covet the truth (stealing Divine Truth from the world)
3) Don’t distort perception (Lust)
4) Don’t create animosity, removing the joy from the world (Anger or Kill)
5) Don’t abuse others (Gluttony)
6) Don’t idolize (Envy)
7) Don’t forgo inherent passion (Sloth)
The sins that are commonly mentioned vary, however, and I believe that this list provided is a good example of the various common ways that people corrupt the truth. It is perhaps human nature to simplify reality without oversimplifying it, and the seven deadly sins essentially was found to specifically provide examples of ways of corrupting truth.
Pride regards a topic discussed earlier in this book, of which the therapy I refer to as CAT alleviates. While one may not immediately notice it, upon acting prideful, one forgoes some of the person’s emotions. Understanding that the body and mind are not communicating without reason, it is damaging to forgo some emotions. To be healthy, it is therefore important to acknowledge all of one’s emotions and facilitate the comfortable communication which is communicated by these emotions, to allow the body to take care of itself. If one forgoes one’s emotions, as with the tendency of pride, then those emotions become ineffective and thus the intelligence and help that those emotions bring is lost, causing damage to the psyche, and perhaps, the body, in general. Therefore, considering pride to be a sin, or a fundamental error as would be modernly stated, truly indicates that by forgoing one’s emotions, one loses the ability to recognize personal truth. In effect, one becomes more shallow and also loses the benefits that those emotions would present. Forgoing one’s emotions causes the mind to lie, and thus, one loses understanding of who the person truly is. Who one truly is is who one truly wants to be, understanding this to be a clear truth of ideological philosophy.
Covetousness, as is commonly stated, simply means obsession. This, again, implies the forgoing of personal truth. By becoming obsessed with an entity, be it ideological or physical, one develops a type of narrow-mind vision, during which one dampens the greater breadth of internal truth, leading to the same effect as pride.
Lust, while colloquially is known as an act of coveting in a sexual manner, is something I interpret on a more fundamental level, regarding the notion that the eternal and divine truth is of the most importance. What is entailed in the process of lust is perhaps not the same as covetousness, as this implication would be repetitive. Instead, understood with a more fundamental relevance to the truth, lust implies to perceptually distort reality in order to fool oneself into a false interpretation. In this way, it is a form of a term I use, which is “cognitive adultery,” or, in more plain language, “cognitive-perceptual distortion of truth.” Again, as with the previous examples, the truth is forgotten, and when truth is forgotten, one becomes error-prone and thus hazardous. Spreading the resulting lies and temptations to become cognitively distorted is indeed a hazard, and with an increasing acceptance of such a lying distortion, reality, itself, becomes lost to a superficial haze that is dangerous to oneself and to all people.
While, in our modern, quite secular and colloquial world, the word, “to kill,” indicates the same thing as murder, I, again, approach this notion with caution, and I try to understand how it relates to the corruption of truth. In Heaven, there is complete freedom. Every desire and wish is easily granted, and people have unlimited power, so long as the people don’t harm other people. The sin of kill, thus should refer to something more basic than the heinous act of murder. It is not without reason to presume that the common interpretation of this sin is a mere example of the sin. Realistically, to kill, as it is sometimes still used, is to simply harm another person. This implies to ruin innocent joy. To be a person that hinders the happiness of others, would be to be a person who is engaging in the sin of killing. It is sometimes said, “you’re killing the vibe,” and this is, in perhaps, a reference to our more innate understanding of the word. It does make sense, in that every sin is something that destroys Heaven. While in Heaven, everyone is completely satisfied, to kill another, in this regard, is to destroy the happiness and satisfaction of another.
As it is commonly known, in reducing crime, force must be taken to dampen, hinder, or eliminate a dangerous entity from the realm of influence. The army is known for ending the lives of enemies, and when done correctly, this is done to remove a danger that is destroying the joy of others, and thusly, of the world. We commonly understand that, when done with the pure intention of saving innocent people, this is not an ungodly act. In fact, one could interpret a criminal who is endangering others as killing their happiness, and neutralizing that threat saves the victims from having their happiness destroyed. This occurs not just on a militaristic or policing level, but on the general level bringing joy and justice to the people. Therefore, we already consider it is not always a sin to end the life of an enemy, when it is done through the pure intention of neutralizing a hazard to good people (and good will). It is very much more logical to define this sin as the destruction of another’s innocent joy. Another way of stating this, is that the sin of kill refers to the act of corrupting one’s perception of innate and joyous truth.
Gluttony is another of the commonly known sins, of the 7 deadly sins. While society commonly interprets gluttony as possessing too many items, this is quite senseless. There is no true harm in possessing many cars or houses. In fact, in Heaven, from the ideological perspective (which is the perspective of religion and spirituality), one may possess as many castles, automobiles, boats, and spaceships as one pleases. This action of enjoying life to its fullest does not inherently harm another, and it may even provide inspiration to others. Others interpret gluttony as another example of covetousness, which, as with lust, would be repetitive. Instead, it makes more sense that instead of accumulating items or coveting oneself into a narrow awareness, that gluttony is really to acquire the utility of people, against their true desire. It is true that all of the sins kill the joy of others in some way, as killing really is a most fundamental sin. However, gluttony is not just killing others’ enjoyment of divine truth, but instead, it is to employ others for a reason that is unjust to those employed. It is not the desire to create spite, but instead the desire for gains, as is in line with the common interpretation, but these gains are gained at the disfavor of others. Therefore, it is not the same as the sin of kill, when understood as a specific pattern of behavior. This is because to a glutton, it does not matter if the person is happy or unhappy, which is in contrast to the sin of kill, which is the desire to end another’s happiness. Instead, it is to accumulate an amount of shallow perception at the expense of others. In other words, it is to abuse the utility of other people.
Envy, as I interpret it, is more similar to the common understanding. This word is synonymous with idolatry. The error in idolatry is that when one idolizes another, one brings arbitrary judgement onto oneself. Again, in line with the method of CAT, which is to acknowledge and support one’s true emotions, idolatry, or envy, causes one to abandon one’s true beliefs in favor of a superficial set of notions that are born of an erroneous desire to become more like another. The person anyone wants to be is the person that that person very truly is. Ideologically, this makes completely logical sense, as Heaven, a place of total satisfaction, could not exist if people were created to desire to be someone else. Thus, it is harmful to oneself to judge oneself simply based on the idea that the person is not another person. This action of envy causes one to, again, forgo oneself, and thus one’s mind becomes less aware of truth and one, resultingly, inflicts harm on oneself, and through the provocation of such behavior, inflicts harm onto others.
The last of the 7 deadly sins is called, “Sloth.” While this term is casually, in our modern world, interpreted as laziness, this might represent a slight laziness in judgement. In our modern world, the world, in general, is in a state of endless and fiery desperation, in addition to being affected by a collectivist tendency, which results in a lack of personal differentiation and a lack of the ability to think for oneself. (Interestingly, the word, “skin” may be used a metaphor to indicate the exterior of a person, and with the lack of personal differentiation, one may poetically suggest that people are repeatedly losing their skins, and then often times, through sincere thoughtfulness and personal redemption, finding their true self, once again, resuming the possession of skin.) Laziness is used a casual insult, and is often used by mean people who, in our largely desperate Luciferian mindset, which is a mindset of chasing a light, use the term to provoke work, which knowledgeably, may or may not be beneficial to others or even to oneself. (The intuition, at times, can be far wiser and knowledgeable about the benefit to humanity than the comparatively shallow collectivist-inspired ideology.) Instead of using the word “sloth” to mean such a casual and error-prone insult, which does not deal directly with the notion of the acceptance and understanding of eternal and divine truth, it makes logical sense to believe the sin of sloth refers to the forgoing of one’s true passion. It is commonly suggested that one should “follow one’s dreams,” and this is helpful in understanding the sin of sloth. When one forgoes one’s true passion, one forgoes one’s true self. One then forgets the truth of life and the purpose in life. One may fall slave to other sins, like covetousness or pride, during which the person forgets why they love life in the first place. One thus becomes, as is the saying, “soulless,” and this is indeed a hazardous error, not only to oneself, but to others as well, as the person, as with the previous examples, then begins to provoke others to also forget the truth, leading society into blindness and thus despair, as solutions come from the deliberate search for truth, and errors come from carelessness. Thus, sloth is an example of carelessness, during which one does not care about why one loves life, and this can end in despair and hopelessness, which can provoke desperation and hinderance unto others (in addition to removing the joy and inspiration of life). (Thus, one can see, all of the 7 sins are connected and can lead to one another.) To be sloth really is not simply to be lazy, although this may be an indicator, it really means to find a route that ignores the understanding and acceptance of purpose and one’s true dreams. Even if one cannot find a direct route to achieving one’s dreams, one should never forget them, and one should keep them in mind as one travels through life, so that one will always be following them, to the best that one can. To perform the sin of sloth is, therefore, to forgo one’s true passion and to forget the love of life and to forget one’s true self. Again, this can be contagious and can ultimately lead to the downfall of society, just as the other sins can.
The pattern that is indicated by all of the 7 deadly sins is to forget the true meaning of life. It is to corrupt what is divinely true, which implies to corrupt oneself and to corrupt others. It leads to despair, lack of joy, abuse, danger, and desperation. It destroys Heaven, and it destroys the entire reason life exists. It is also unhealthy, to oneself and to others. The antithesis of being sinful is to accept, understand, promote, and facilitate the eternal truth of Heaven, so that the world will find Heaven and Heaven will be sustained, knowing of the dangers of error. Every one of the errors that are considered sinful are lies against the very true eternally consistent truth, and thus, knowing God to be the eternal truth, the sins are all blasphemies against God. It is sometimes said to “not take God’s name in vain,” and what this likely truly means is to not blaspheme the truth — that is, to not corrupt the understanding and knowledge of the holy and eternal truth — which is the salvation of all mankind and of which Heaven is composed. Therefore, all sins are simply the corruption of actual truth, which is the truth that has always existed and will always exist, and forms the basis of the desire for life. It is the innocence within that finds joy and wonder; it is the love and compassion, the benevolence and the true, meaningful beauty of life (which is in contrast to Satan, which or who is more of a bedazzlement — a luxurious splendor that might be moderately superficial, or the sight from the top of a glorious mountain; while I know Satan to be also an Archangel — implying that reality is composed of the pattern of forgetting and then remembering, which results in a greater brightness, in contrast to darkness — due to the presumption of forgetfulness as an inherent part of reality, his presence is tempting of evil, and should be cautiously approached).
The next topic is the topic of the tactics of evil, and how they work. I define wiccan as to play with perception and to play with ideas. Wiccan is generally known as evil, but, I agree that there is a such thing as innocent wiccan, simply for the idea of playing with reality. However, here I will discuss specifically evil wiccan, which is the pertinent topic, and I should mention that wiccan, in general, can be dangerous, and should generally be avoided.
The fundamental tactic of wiccan is to promote a falsehood and to trick people into believing it. Upon believing the falsehood, the victim forgets the eternal, divine, and holy truth, and thus, as discussed in the discussion of the sins, forgoes oneself, forgets innocence and innocent joy, distorts reality, leads to corruption, damaging the person’s self and others, as well. If a society becomes addicted to wiccan behavior, a society could find desperation, illness, and extinction.
A most common strategy of wiccan is called collectivism. This type of wiccan behavior is very sneaky and can overtake a world by surprise. Collectivism is largely spread through the idealization of envy, pride, and jealousy. Additional ill behaviors including the prideful hurting of others, as well as ultimately every form of corruption. With collectivism, people forgo their inherent truth, in favor of becoming more like someone else, in contrast to who each individual truly is. As the truth becomes forgone, the results of corruption take place. People end up lost, in desperation, and they lose the joy in life, as well as destroying Heaven, perhaps progressively, leading to the downfall of happiness and society, in general.
There are more heinous, specific strategies, however. One strategy is the worship of idols. This strategy is the belief that a collective “I” rules the world. It is a fabrication that is spread from peer to peer. Understanding that people are affected by radiation and psychic mechanisms, even when not overtly spoken, the behavior of one leads others to follow similar behavior, especially if one feigns goodness. The idea of a collective “I,” is a great tragedy, as there is no such thing. It is implausible and suggests that if society were to behave at random, some kind of collective “I,” would eventually lead the people to prosperity and happiness. (This seems to be the tactic behind the disease known as HIV, although this information is theoretical. It seems plausible that the primary tactic of the HIV virus is to convince the body that it is the self, allowing it to take over the immune system, which relies on the mind’s acknowledgement of what is right, true, and good.) The idea of a collective “I” is collectivism in its most extreme manifestation. It is most horrendous and is certainly deadly to a society. (It is also theorized that this collective “I” mentality was one of the driving forces behind the Nazi Regime.) By the wiccan supporters of this horrendous pattern, there is the very blasphemous ideology that a collective, by the way of the superstitious, “I,” regardless of its behavior, will be saved by this superstitious entity, so much that its proponents actually claim it to be God, while, using logic, it is obviously a dangerous superstition. One of the ill effects of this has to do with how people find belief. By claiming such a dangerous superstition is the divine and holy truth (while clearly it is completely illogical and false), these proponents may even fool others into think that the proponents of this wicked behavior are holy people, while they are, in fact, worshipping a demon. Upon fooling others, people develop similar psychological patterns and attitudes, and the minds of others are corrupted by this frequently connoted provocation. The true word for the singular first-person, “I,” is corrupted, and in the minds of those affects, the people slowly find themselves forgetting who they truly are, and become forgetful of themselves, whether or not they activity participate in this evil duty. A society affected by this form of wiccan may find themselves searching for “ego-death,” which, I believe, is more accurately referred to as “false ego dissolution,” as the word, “I,” representing who they, themselves, individually, are, gets trapped in their minds, creating this notion that there is this strange false ego that is hindering their peace. Additionally, by the theory of a communicative reality that is personally portrayed due to information received and assimilated, when people say or imply the word, “I,” unsuspecting bystanders my misinterpret that word, making it seem that potentially anyone is engaged in wiccan and dangerous behavior. (Through the assimilation of information, the first person pronoun is evaluated and then portrayed as different people — the provocation that the word “I” is a superstitious and dangerously random being can lead to one perceiving dangerous people where they wouldn’t normally be.)
Another not uncommon wiccan strategy is similar to the previously mentioned blasphemy, but, instead, claims that there is this idea, called, “the me.” This is similar to the strategy of the superstitious belief in some kind of collective “I.” Instead of the “I,” the participants in this wiccan activity purport the belief in a collectivist “me.” That is, the wiccans of this behavior maintain the false pretense that there is this being called, “the me.” What this supposes is that all people are really the same person, called “the me.” Like with the wiccan strategy of “the I,” proponents of this wiccan strategy of “the me,” proclaim that “the me” is God, the eternal, holy, and divine truth, himself. This is obviously stupid, as well. While the strategy of “the I” purports that there’s a detached entity that guides all collectivism through the idea that a bunch of random people acting randomly produce an epiphenomenal goodness, the strategy of “the me,” presumes that the word “me” is a universal entity, and that all instances of the word “me” refer to the same person. What this does to others who are not actively engaged in wiccan behavior is it confuses the person’s internal understanding of the word “me.” Just with the strategy of “the I,” the victim becomes confused about who the person truly is. Also, in a similar manner, it confuses the first-person pronoun, so by the theory of a personally portrayed reality, virtually anyone could appear to manifest hazardous behavior, through the promoted notion that anyone who claims to be oneself is of a hive-mind of a very blasphemous mob of evil-doers. This is obviously dangerous, as it destroys personal connections and potentially brings one in closeness with hazardous behavior. (This wiccan behavior may be manifest by the disease, Chlamydia, although this is tentative.)
A third wiccan strategy involves a similar method, except instead of “the I,” or “the me,” it is the presumption that one is actually someone else, sometimes referred to as the “he,” as “God,” or anyone at all. With the previous two examples, the detrimental effects of this wiccan strategy on unsuspecting people is similar. By communicating to the mind of others such a wicked lie, it may cause the others to literally think and then perceive that someone is someone that they are not. Again, this destroys the integrity of community and conversation, and can make people appear to do actions that the wiccan collective generally performs, which is certainly of a gross lie, and thus is likely to be hazardous. (This may be the disease known as Syphilis.) This action imitates one’s peers, destroying the connection to the peer and changing the peer’s behavior into behavior unlike the peer. Again, because one’s mind is assimilating information into a portrayal, the mind may presume an error, and then accidentally portray that error, allowing danger to approach the person.
Another wiccan strategy is to pretend that the person with whom one is interacting with is someone else. (This is sometimes referred to as “the you,” “the he,” or “the she.”) This strategy comes from upon speaking or otherwise interacting with a person, committing oneself to the false pretense that the person is, instead, interacting with someone else. This sends a terrible message across society, confusing who people are. Effectively, this corrupts the acknowledgement of the identity of others, thus corrupting the portrayal and perspective of the world, and in its most extreme cases, can corrupt large amounts of information, as well, again, understanding perceptual reality to be a portrayal of assimilated information. Essentially, this alters the faces and bodies of others, into appearing as other people’s faces and bodies. What this can do is cause people to inappropriately treat others, as the unsuspecting victims do not realize that their mind is then portraying a person as a combination of different people’s body parts, of whom do not fall under the character of the person they are speaking with. This results in body parts being misplaced, and action that is taken with regard to the person affects other unsuspecting people, as the mind is then communicating with people it does not immediately perceive that it is communicating with. This can potentially lead to strange, hard to explain, bodily sensations, as people think that they’re interacting with someone, but instead, they’re interacting with a mixture of people, sending cognitive messages to various unsuspecting people. This kind of confusion causes strange effects to the victims’ realities and corrupts the integrity of reality, in general. (This wiccan tactic may be manifest by the disease, Herpes.)
Another wiccan strategy, and perhaps this is sometimes used by the more severe of militants, is to collect information on what it is to be good, then use that information to pretend to be a good person, in order to get someone’s mind to accept them into the person’s presence. Once the wiccan is close enough to be dangerous, suddenly the wiccan attacks the person, quite surprisingly. It is considered particularly heinous to completely lie and then switch to being of a depravity. It is also very harmful to people, as it abuses the trust of others. While it is known that clandestine operations often use lies, those lies, used by those who support justice and welfare, are not intended to sneakily pretend to be a virtuous person such that the other person’s mind accepts them, only to enact a heinous deed immediately following. One way this strategy is performed is by a collective repeating, in an attempt at imitation, what the rest of the collective is saying. The collective spies on people considered to be good and repeats whatever they say, imitating them as much as possible. This sends cognitive signals to people that cause people to associate the wiccans with the good people they are gather data from. This then proceeds to convince people that the evil-doers are good, which causes the mind to allow the evil-doers into their presence. This technically has traditionally been known as “kissing,” although the modern usage of the word often implies simply to know someone, to some degree of intimacy (from some of the European culture’s practice of the gesture of kissing as a greeting, to the kiss performed in a marriage ceremony). This strategy is used, as are the other wiccan strategies, to abuse good people, to corrupt knowledge, and to cause a detriment to reality and to society, in general. (This may be the case with the viruses in the Hepatitis group.)
There is a wiccan strategy which uses the sin of kill, as I defined it earlier, to its maximal extent. What this wiccan strategy is focused on is strangers. It is a process of finding unsuspecting victims, destroying their joy (through hurtful slander, vandalism, violence, or any other form of destructive behavior), and then running away, just to do it again to someone else. This is likely the most obvious of the wiccan strategies. (This strategy may be manifest by the disease, Gonorrhea.)
While there are very many wiccan strategies, these are some of the most common ones that are present in today’s world. There is another strategy, which should be recognized. It is the strategy, that is far too common, that is that acting hurtful to others and being inconsiderate is something that is of no consideration, and is purportedly simply of a personal nature. Knowing that the very true self, when known in holistic totality, is a product of God, which means it is a product of the desire to live, and knowing the life, itself, is possible by the eternal and holy truth, it makes no logical sense that someone could naturally be an inconsiderate or hurtful person, just as a facet of being. (Again, if this were true, then Heaven could not exist, as a person who’s nature is to be of an evil inclination, which is to be of a behavior that destroys Heaven, could never be satisfied, and thus would never be able to enter Heaven. Such a creature would be an abomination, and ideologically, this is impossible — no such person can possibly exist, as that would imply that Heaven is inherently evil — that the holy truth is inherently mean and spiteful — which cannot be true, from an ideological philosophical perspective.) This wiccan strategy is to ignore sinful behavior, which is all of an evil wiccan inclination, and it all seeks to harm others, and forgo one’s true self in the process, and to destroy communication, community, welfare, joy, and the existence of Heaven. Ultimately, as with any other sin or wiccan strategy, it leads towards the downfall of society, the removal of inspiration, and ultimately and potentially, extinction of mankind. This is, essentially, the wiccan meta-strategy, as this strategy ultimately includes every form of evil wiccan behavior, and consequently, is likely the source of every disease. (Sometimes this wiccan strategy is referred to as, “hid it,” implying that a person is hiding the realization that that person is being an evil person. Additionally, this strategy enables wiccan behavior, and before we know it, we could have a brand new Nazi Regime mass-murdering people.)
There is another, particularly modern wiccan strategy. This strategy utilizes that diseases use wiccan strategies to influence the mind of mankind and of life, in general, causing confusion, corruption, mishaps, and forgetfulness of divine truth. This is to collect many disease cultures, place them in a substrate that supports their life, and then to record their tiny radio signals, and subsequently to blast them very loudly from a radio tower. This is directly using the psychic radiation that people use to psychically communicate with one another, and that nature uses to bring a comfortable abundance of an intelligent niceness to the environment. This tactic may require people walking near the diseases every so often, such that the diseases know that they’re fooling people, and become more active because of it. This tactic uses potentially billions of wiccan tactics to spread large-scale destruction which potentially can affect the entire planet. (In this case, this would be considered a weapon of mass destruction, or WMD, as is commonly known. In this case, as it concerns the use of devices, an artificial intelligence could learn the patterns of diseases and be used to identify their sources.)
That covers the most common wiccan strategies of the modern era. As you may have noticed, diseases are frequently of a wiccan inclination. They corrupt the truth which comes from the mind, in order to fool unsuspecting victims, and to harm them. (While it sounds mean, and perhaps it may be a bit mean, it is historically known that various depraved and wicked cultures were referred to as diseases, referring not to the biological mechanism by which wiccan can occur, but about the people, themselves.)
What happens, according to the theory of a communicative and assimilated portrayal of reality, is that time-variant scalar fluctuations in signals (the simplest form of information encoding) are distorted by very similar signals. Let us suppose, just for example, that a sine wave means that a person is an individual. Using one of the strategies, for example, the strategy of “the me,” a signal very similar to a sine wave would then indicate criminals and their inclinations. A person would then receive the corrupted variant of a sine wave and interpret it casually as a criminal, instead of simply an individual. This could make criminal behavior appear as if from nowhere. This property of wiccan would be in the category of signal disruption and signal fraud (or whichever term one may use for the same phenomenon). Of course, the signals that represent these words are likely more complex than simple sine waves. Another strategy of wiccan is to promote a locked perspective and thus a locked portrayal. This means that the flexibility of cognitive communication is hindered, evident by a person’s inability to alter the person’s choice of portraying reality. If the portrayal and perspective are locked to a certain characteristic, then wiccan becomes unfortunately more powerful, as the signals that bear meaning become predictable and people lose the ability to alter their signaling tendencies in order to avoid such fraudulent behavior. One method of performing perspective locking is to destroy the precise nature of science. Science, itself, is a divine being, an Archangel of benevolence and safety. However, using a wiccan strategy, like “the you” strategy, wiccans can claim that science is something it’s not. This message would then be sent and, perhaps, propagated to others, causing people to become unaware of science. Often, during prayer, the Archangel of Science (our modern archangel and thus explanation of reality) is the one that immediately receives the prayer. By forcibly pretending that science is something that it’s not, it creates a communal notion that destroys one’s ability to see the world as it actually is. Since science is a common being that keeps us together and keeps our communications stable, destroying the being of science by forcibly pretending its something that it’s not destroys the wonder and ability of science. This can cause anomalies in the world and, as usual, can destroy Heaven (as well as destroying the ability to accurately discern the happenings of the environment and the world).
Each wiccan strategy destroys the integrity of reality, by performing a lie or instigating a confusion. It is important to be aware of both sin and wiccan strategies, as this helps us understand reality, and can take things that are invisible and allow us to portray them, so that they are more easily solved. While we would hope that people would always solve things by knowledge first, it is very common that people merely rely on the eye (the sin of lust, as mentioned earlier), so that by being able to portray these wiccan actors, solutions to the problems can be more easily found. Additionally, while it should not be something one completely relies upon, it is preferential to have the ability to portray wiccans, as perception is a pleasing and enjoying entity, being the second Archangel. (Nonetheless, the first Archangel, as I argue, is the Archangel of Remembrance, commonly known as Gabriel, and is the very truth, as perception is easy distorted. If one relies on perception to solve problems, it is too easy for something new and thus invisible to arise on the planet, and this may be, in part, what allowed WWI, WWII, the Cold War, and then ongoing wars after that, to last for so long.)
In order to support the ability to portray the evil-doers, the strategies of “the I,” “the me,” “the you,” and kissing, can all be portrayed as fraud. The strategy of hurting strangers and then running can easily be portrayed as hit-and-run. The strategy of thinking oneself to be a hurtful person can be portrayed as someone being a spiteful being (a general “asshole,” of a severity dependent on what types of behavior the person is committing, as is commonly said). As these are the most common wiccan strategies, these should cover most of the evil strategies in the world, today. On a more technical level, each of these types of wiccans emit a type of radiation, often known as a “toxic vibe,” a “foul aroma,” or a “foul demeanor,” which further aids in their perception, reducing confusion that these actors of wiccan behavior may be promoting. When the evil is not occurring invisibly, but, instead, visibly, the crimes and misbehaviors are easier to solve. Because they emit a type of radiation, an advanced understanding of radio can help create solutions to a resounding yet hazardous radio entity. Perhaps, if the wiccans are severe enough, they may be running a radio which emits the signals of collected cultures of diseases, which would corrupt the mind of the people. These are a few ways to portray the evil-doers, such that solutions can be found, in a more perceptual manner than solution by simply being a very clear source of truth. It is interesting to note that all wiccan behavior seems to stem from collectivism. Collectivism is the tendency for people to forget who they truly are and, in turn, to forgo their innate understanding and awareness of divine truth.
Regarding world-building with the use of radio technology, I suggest that one’s radio should not emit a signal louder than a blade of grass. If one is very adept and expert at promoting good notions using the radio, then no more than the loudness of a blade of grass is required for the general acceptance, jubilee, and propagation of those radio signals. In contrast, if a cognitive radio must be very loud, I would find that suspicious. The radio field, along with the participants in that field promote what is of divine truth, and lies generally fall. If a cognitive radio entity is too loud, then if it emits lies, the lies won’t fall easily. (This reminds me of a Star Wars game where the protagonist had to destroy an evil radio tower run by Darth Vader.) While our society may not possess the level of advancement to create a very divine radio only as loud as a blade of grass, I am certain that no cognitive radio needs to be louder than what an amateur radio enthusiast is allowed. The point is that helpful words and ideas exist, to be judged comfortably by nature, including plants, animals, and people, so that if something is bad, it is easily and without any difficulty gotten rid of. If the signal is too loud, that comfortable judgement cannot easily occur. Even if one is intending to play a helpful cognitive radio (knowing all life communicates both through quantum-like entanglement and also through more conventional radio), it is still best to make sure that life can easily judge it for what is good and for what is bad. That way, any mistakes that may not have been noticed are easily and without consciously noticing gotten rid of, and the good parts are promoted by the life of the world and of existence, in general. (It is suggested that very considerate and aware systems of cognitive radio saved countless lives during the World Wars, so these systems are potentially very helpful — however, when played too loudly, and especially when playing the sounds of diseases, they can be harmful. It is a wonderful truth that is sustained, and lies should be allowed to fall nicely and without any form of being bothersome. Even if one does not possess a radio device, prayer and good thoughts, as well as good words have the same effect. Because these wonderful thoughts and speeches are beloved, they are sustained for eternity. If there is a lie, then certainly a person, himself, cannot create a lie loud enough to penetrate the natural tendency to eliminate evil ideas — at least not from outside of one’s immediate presence — only with the power of amplified radio can that unnaturalness occur. Nature, itself, is a wonderful radio, and anyone having traveled in nature can likely attest to the beautiful feeling of a nature-produced ambient radio-space. Each plant is alive, and there is a reason for that, and that reason is shared with the ambient environment. Plants and animals, except for ones with diseases, which are rare, possess no capability to emit evil thoughts and messages — they simply know to live — they have not learned to defy themselves by acting in an evil accord.)