Welcome to my Substack! Exciting things to come...
Here, we'll be building toward an important new project
Early last year I launched a podcast (with a corresponding YouTube channel). It has been my first successful attempt at finding a medium for communicating what I had learned from 15+ years of intense study in the fields of philosophy, the social sciences, psychology, geopolitics, and history.
Over that long course of time, I had written and abandoned over half-a-dozen book drafts - each time feeling that there were more pieces of the puzzle to put together and that I wasn’t ready yet to publish yet. Finally, by early 2020 I finally got to a point where I felt that I had put enough pieces together to try my hand at actually finishing something: I put together the draft of a 6-chapter book called “Philosophy: A Comprehensive Framework”, with the idea that this would be the first of a series of books I would write. I ran into a problem, however: I couldn't get anyone to read or edit even one chapter of it.
That’s when it occurred to me that I had to get creative in how I went about trying to communicate my message. Rather than write one or more long, in-depth books, I decided I should embrace the diverse portfolio of multimedia tools available to us today. So, rather than write long books that likely only a small audience will read, I should instead break the content up and communicate it through a mix of podcasts, blogs, video presentations, and shorter magazine-style publications.
Starting my podcast and YouTube channel was the first step. This took place in early 2021. Throughout the year, I gradually built out an archive of material organized around three core types of content:
Presentations of original content, such as long-form, academic-style lectures;
In-depth analysis and breakdowns of Manly P. Hall lectures (he’s my favorite teacher of Esoteric Philosophy). With these, I cut down his 90+ minute long lectures into a series of shorter clips, which then I give commentary and analysis on. (I’ve also analyzed material from others thinkers and researchers using this format).
Documentary “mixtapes”, where I splice together video content (such as presentations, news reports, old documentary footage, etc.) in order to comprehensively investigate a particular topic. On my website (www.alexsachon.com) I have links to the various documentary mixes I’ve compiled so far.
Toward the latter part of 2021, after having established the podcast (which is nearing 20k total downloads), I put together my first two written publications and launched a small e-store to host them. The first of these publications outlines the Manly P. Hall’s essential teachings on the Atlantis hypothesis of human origins and the second overviews the core framework of Depth Psychology (which includes a discussion of the relationship between Jung’s model of the psyche and astrology). Using these concepts I offer a psychoanalysis of modern civilization and its ongoing reaction to the Coronavirus epidemic.
Learning from my experience with my previous failed book projects, I chose to make these two publications shorter and format them more in a magazine-style design, with lots of visuals. Instead of long-form chapters, there are lots of neatly organized sub-sections with content presented in a more approachable outline-style format. In these projects I also highlight a lot of direct quotes from the primary sources I was inspired by in putting them together (Manly P. Hall being the most prominent).
In association with the publication of these two journals, I have put together a series of podcast episodes that further explore and analyze their core themes and content. I’m really happy with how the first two of these publications (and their corresponding podcast episodes) came out and I’ve decided I’m going to continue to embrace this zine-style format with future projects.
I have a series of these publications planned. In fact, I’m currently working on three of these upcoming projects at the same time:
The first of these upcoming projects is a follow-up to the Atlantis zine and tracks the history of civilization in the Americas from the Maya up to modern day. My goal here is to put together the whole story of the “Secret Destiny of America” thesis that is one of the key revelations of Manly P. Hall’s career.
A considerable amount of research for this project has already been compiled but for now it’s on the back burner because current events make me feel pressed to focus on the latter two projects first.
I did, however, recently do a podcast episode (#32) that goes over the main line of argumentation that I’ll be exploring in this upcoming work. (It also offers an analysis of America’s ongoing Pluto-return in its national horoscope).
The second of my upcoming projects is on Esoteric Philosophy’s view of the health and disease. On the podcast I’ve done several episodes on the flaws (and fraud) behind virology’s claims of virus isolation. Basically: viruses aren’t actually a part of nature and are instead a fictitious construct created by bad science, perpetuated by corrupt industry, and protected by malicious national security interests.
The medical industrial-complex, the government, academia, and the public at large are all-in on the belief that viruses are the cause of epidemic diseases (Covid being case-in-point) and so an honest scientific assessment of the issue has never taken place in the light of day.
Part of what is fueling this is the long-term dominance of materialistic science, with its belief that only material existence is real and that all things must be explainable on the level of matter. In the case of disease, this worldview manifests in the belief that all illness must arise from the action of a material entity of a virus, rather than the tradition view (such as that found in Traditional Chinese Medicine) which is that illness results from blockages arising in the energetic constitution of the person.
This begs the question: if viruses aren’t actually the cause of epidemics, what is? It’s my contention (based off my reading of Esoteric Philosophy) that this issue can’t be answered without moving beyond a materialistic view of human existence. Meaning: we need to factor in the metaphysical, electromagnetic, and auric aspects of human existence in order to come to a complete understanding of the true underlying factors involved in human health and disease.
Up until recently, I had planned on making this project my next major publication, but current events (e.g. Ukraine; the Great Reset, the UFO revelations) have prompted me to re-focus my current efforts on a third project.
The next publication I’m planning to finish will be on exploring the mysteries of global governance and will explore the following topics and themes:
1. The sociology and psychology of human civilization. Here I will present my theory that human society arises as a triangulation of three elements: individuals, institutions, and organizations. (I’ve already touched on this some in my Depth Psychology zine and in the podcast series that accompanies it).
2. The geopolitical history of modern civilization, moving from the pagan era up to the current global order dominated by American military power, finance capitalism, and corporate cartels (this will be a concise survey);
3. American empire, its military-industrial complex, and the “Deep State” within that military-financial empire;
4. The underlying dynamics of finance capitalism (expressed through such groups as the World Economic Forum and the Federal Reserve) and its creation of a trans-national global governance apparatus (i.e. “technocracy”);
5. The existence of a Manhattan Project-style research program at the heart of America’s national security state that leverages an ether-based model of physics in order to produce “breakthrough technologies” such as UFOs and over-unity energy production systems (think: Nikola Tesla);
6. The existence of an “invisible government” (to use Manly P. Hall’s term) within the innermost realms of America’s military-industrial-finance complex. This equates to a modern expression of the ancient institution of the Mysteries, with its priesthood possessing knowledge of the sacred sciences (such as alchemy, which is where the term “ether” originates).
This brings me to this blog (and to the upcoming slate of content I have planned for the podcast): I will be producing on here a long series of articles, posts, and podcasts that will begin to analyze and link together the various topics discussed above for this project on global governance. My idea here is that instead of disappearing for a few months in order to put this massive project together, I can instead track the whole process through this blog and put together much of the final project by compiling and synthesizing the material I’ve posted here along the way. I’m also hoping that taking this approach will help make the whole thing less daunting because there is a TON of material I’ve compiled over the years in anticipation of doing this project (I’ve had the idea to write something like this for at least six years). Working on it piecemeal and publishing it in chunks along the way seems like a better option than trying to digest it all at once.
I hope this all sounds interesting to you. Thanks to those who’ve been following my work so far - I hope you’ll stick around for this new initiative with Substack. And to any new followers I get: there’s already a huge archive of content to explore - see my website for links to everything.
Thanks for reading and God bless. - Alex