Nov 23, 2012
“I’m worried about the soul of our own country from the effects of what we do. That’s certainly on my mind.” – James Hillman, American psychologist. (R.I.P.), from the video, “James Hillman on Archetypal Psychotherapy & the Soulless Society.” 
Mythically speaking, America is both the Shire  and Mordor . America is the land of both childhood innocence and supernatural evil. America’s spiritual predicament is truly special and unique because its superpower status is in conflict with its historic legacy as a free country with a revolutionary political system.
But, a nation can’t be both a global empire and revolutionary at the same time. So America sacrificed its revolutionary character to become a global empire.
And the effects have been disastrous. As Ron Paul said in his farewell speech to Congress, the “constitution has failed.”  The Constitution lost its power and meaning when the private Federal Reserve banking system was established in secrecy in 1913. This bank from hell  has been used to bring about the destruction of the United States of America as a sovereign national entity and the creation of a world government.
Since the false flag September 11 events, America has waged aggressive and illegal wars that are not in its national interest. The Federal Reserve cartel has been given the magical power to print all the money that is needed to fund these apocalyptic wars.
As a result of the giant 9/11 lie  everything has been turned upside down in the world. And nowhere is this more evident than in America. The destruction of the American empire and the American system of government could not have been possible without the 9/11 deception and the transformative war on terror.
The other major turning point in 20th century American history that also proves that the Constitution is meaningless is the CIA’s assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
The murder of JFK was the symbolic mid-way point that saw the hardening of the bankster-hijacked American Empire and the breaking away of the American republic from its constitutional roots.
But there is also a deeper esoteric interpretation of JFK’s death and what it points to in the spiritual life of America and the world. The assassination of JFK was a ritual sacrifice of the highest order, in the same vein as the 9/11 ritual .
Film critic and author John David Ebert addressed this deeper dimension in his two-part video on the assassination.  He examined the ancient conflict between the Oak King and the Holly King, which symbolizes a larger struggle between light and dark, and connected this process to the ritualistic death of JFK. Read a transcript of his talkhere .
Robert Livingstone lays out the esoteric aspects at the scene of JFK’s murder in Dallas in his article, “The Killing of The King Rite – The JFK Assassination.”  Here is an excerpt:
“Kennedy was killed at 12:22 p.m on the 11th month and 22nd day at the moment when the sun is ‘most high’ under an oak tree in an outdoor Temple of the Sun called Dealey Plaza. If you’ve seen the ‘Lion King’ animated indoctrination film you’ll notice the King is killed under an oak tree. Dealey Plaza is the site of the first masonic temple in Texas. ‘Dea’ means ‘Goddess’ and ley refers to the ley lines of harmonic convergence. Dealey Plaza is shaped like the symbol of the Illuminati, a truncated pyramid with the capstone missing. The top of the pyramid is truncated by the Triple Overpass. Elm Street was known as ‘Bloody Elm Street’, the site of much violence and horrific murders.
Masonic assassins traditionally come in threes and are called ‘unworthy craftsmen’. This refers to the killers of Hiram Abif, the builder of the Temple of Solomon. Hiram was killed with a blow to the back, neck and head. Kennedy was killed with a blow to the back, neck and head. Minutes after the assassination, three ‘hobos’ were trotted out ceremonially with no police record of who they were being kept – the three anonymous unworthy craftsmen of masonic murder.”
The death of JFK depressed America and the national feeling of pain and loss was not handled with spiritual and political maturity by American leaders. Justice was not done. Since Oswald, the claimed assassin of JFK, was himself murdered shortly after the event, there was no feeling of closure. Killing a scapegoat  is not justice. It is barbarism.
Former CIA officer John Stockwell said  the following about the JFK assassination and cover-up in 1989 on the Austin-based news show Alternative Views:
“If you have such cynicism, that they can kill the president and stuff it down the public’s throat, the cover-up, and go on about their lives, then we need to tear the society apart from top to bottom and shake it apart, and get some sense of law and order. What reality of order can there be in a society that is that cynical.”
The discovery of Oswald’s innocence has undermined the collective psyche of the American people and broken their faith in the government. This discovery has created a state of affairs in which the current rulers of the country are not seen as legitimate, patriotic, and just.
Almost half a century after the event, America is schizophrenic about its past and its identity. But this is not all bad because there are new possibilities for spiritual growth, cultural rebirth, and evolutionary political changes.
The whole story about JFK’s assassination and the false flag 9/11 events will eventually come out because the totalitarian suppression of thought is no longer possible in the new global media environment.
Saman Mohammadi is the writer and editor at The Excavator