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    Hey all. So, I came across the writings of John Lash and his Kalika war party. first, here's the web link:
    http://kalikawarparty.org/

    And here's an excerpt of the manifesto:

    The Kalika War Party is a planetary strike force comprised of men and women volunteers who self-select into 17 bands. A common aim unites the warriors in the Party: to strike offensively against all variations of the evil and corrupt System that works against life, truth, freedom, beauty, sanity, and the spirit of mutual aid. To this end, Kalika warriors are prepared to neutralize or eliminate the key agents who run the System at the executive levels, as well as their minions and accessories, when necessary. In this way, the KWP intends to bring down the System and prevent its recovery, once and for all.

    You really need to read all of it, plus the other sections regarding tactics and organizational structure to "get it"..but I was wondering what you all thought of this? I'm not crowdsourcing my personal opinion, but I'd like for everyone to take a hard look at this, and give your thoughts.

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    From what I know the cabal structure appears to be being dismantled bit by bit I hope. As always we need to look for evidence of this, perhaps the torture crimes and peadaphilia network will be the catalyst. They're still laying chemtrails though.

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    thanks workingactor, wow it looks more like someone is creating a new religion based on having lots of tantric sex and plotting to take down the bad guys, In my own opinion it is foolish to warn your enemies of your intentions. So much for the Art of War. They are advocating War and " taking out " people they see as evil. Yes there are times to defend yourself with deadly force but this is more of justifying violence based on Gnostic myth and stories. They discriminate against gays and lesbians by saying, " you are not welcome in our main groups except if you are a bisexual woman. " " Go and start your own groups. " They are off to a really bad start in my opinion. I thought Gnostism was the belief that we wrestle not with flesh and blood, but with powers, principalities and dominions. Unseen forces of evil and negativity. They believed that tantric sex could keep the Archons away but there is a theory that these forces are feeding off our fears and sexual energies. I used violence once to try and stop something that I thought was wrong. I have learned from my mistake. I was acting in anger to protect " Gaia ". I learned that anger is a natural human feeling but our challenge is to be assertive, not aggressive or passive. Stand up to the bad guys if you dare, tell them what you really think of them. But if we kill, torture and scare them then we are not much better than they are. Yes there is power in numbers, with Avalon we are sharing our insights, experiences, knowledge and asking the big questions.

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    Thanks for posting this. These people sound off the wall to me and I'm quite out there myself... Reading through the site they claim to be organised into 17 groups or bands as they put it. Number fourteen stood out to me as a member of Avalon, it's groups purpose seems od, to say the very least -

    "14. Panecea Band. Assigned to medic division, psychedelic healing, eugenics, quest for the solution to all ills. Targets big pharma, vaccination programs, weaponized medicine, etc. Uniquely commands the power of the Janus-faced serpent and confers it on others."

    Janus was a two faced god, a two faced man, nothing to do with serpents, a contrary if you like, so anything with Janus power is the opposite to what it represents... Never mind the use of the word eugenics... Anyhoo, as Gordon correctly mentioned, no one declares war like this anymore, not after the age of fifteen.. Old Sun Zu is rolling in his grave with laughter, unless of course this declaration is deception, in which case Sun Zu would applaud with vigour. Either way it stinks. If the members are self appointed and self organising and acting independently, who chooses whether a target is valid for extermination or not??? Never mind the mention of directed energy type weapons -

    "The primary weapon of termination in the KWP is the Kalika lethal strike, a ritual method of killing at a distance, APA, “in the absence of physical agency.” Using this ritual, the Kalika strikes with no physical contact with the target, no intermediary, and no detectable weapon such as a gun, knife, explosive, etc. Application of the lethal strike is mandatory for the five bands of the first two ranks, and optional for all other bands. Anyone in the Party can use it, but due to the nature of the enemies to be engaged, these five front bands have to use it to accomplish their assignments and eliminate targets. Other members of the Party who opt out of this practice can participate without taking life, using forms of peaceful aggression such as dissent, sabotage, attack on lies, demolition of social agendas of deceit and division, and so forth."

    Not too many groups on earth today can claim such distanced attack capabilities... I wonder how they got their hands on such, or is it merely dark magic as is being claimed... Not the kind of thing one would expect to hear from a warrior on the path to wholeness...

    Put all this into a new age hodgepodge of religious warlike symbology from India to Ancient Greece and on to North American Indian beleafs and you have the Kalika War Party. Amusingly they seem to use these historical symbols and words as a semblance of authority for the members to destroy all religions, amongst other groups..

    I call BS on this, from every perspective. Did some one say organised opposition?.. My humble opinion..... N
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    John Lash is one of the most confused guru wanna be's I've ever come across. He claims to be channeling the divine feminine, yet he hates and loathes entire sub sets of Gaia's human beings with enthusiasm and self righteousness.

    If the word "war" (and wtf is up with "war party"? War, a party? Hello?) is claimed as part of a name, do not walk, run. It has nothing to do with the divine feminine.

    'Kali Ma says, “Either you are party to my supernatural magic, or you are rubble.”'

    Rubbleling away happily lol...

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    Quote Posted by Sierra (here)
    John Lash is one of the most confused guru wanna be's I've ever come across. He claims to be channeling the divine feminine, yet he hates and loathes entire sub sets of Gaia's human beings with enthusiasm and self righteousness.

    If the word "war" (and wtf is up with "war party"? War, a party? Hello?) is claimed as part of a name, do not walk, run. It has nothing to do with the divine feminine.

    'Kali Ma says, “Either you are party to my supernatural magic, or you are rubble.”'

    Rubbleling away happily lol...
    You said it, not my kind of party... Rubbleling off with you...x... N

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    What does Rubbleling mean? lol :-)

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    Quote Posted by Becky (here)
    What does Rubbleling mean? lol :-)
    It only makes sense if you had read the thread.. N

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    Quote Posted by Becky (here)
    What does Rubbleling mean? lol :-)
    As in ...

    'Kali Ma says, “Either you are party to my supernatural magic, or you are rubble.”'

    Quoted from the website.

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    Thanks Nasu and Sierra, don't they mean muggle - sorry ;-)

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    Trying to take down the cabal with violence is just about the most stupid thing a man can do: 1) True truth warriors do not battle with violence, 2) If violence is used the cabal is going to win. The power of truth warriors lies in their strong connection to and striving towards unconditional love. The universe strives towards completion and when a lower intelligence positively oriented race collectively calls for help towards unconditional love and peace on earth, help is already on the way. It is about collectively in love do what we can do with the power of love and truth and join forces with Jesus and positively oriented higher intelligence ETs/angels to win that battle... and then we are going to win...
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    In the battle of good versus evil, is the reason evil triumphs so consistently because good thinks unconditional love will save the day? Unconditional love is not going to do squat against the forces of evil. It's easy to criticize people who suggest fighting evil on its own terms, in the only way that evil understands. It's much harder to come up with a realistic plan to defend good against evil, or better yet, a plan to defeat evil consistently. At least John Lash is attempting such a plan. Are we doing as much? Since when did looking for a way to fight evil become evil?

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    Quote Posted by Hanson (here)
    In the battle of good versus evil, is the reason evil triumphs so consistently because good thinks unconditional love will save the day? Unconditional love is not going to do squat against the forces of evil. It's easy to criticize people who suggest fighting evil on its own terms, in the only way that evil understands. It's much harder to come up with a realistic plan to defend good against evil, or better yet, a plan to defeat evil consistently. At least John Lash is attempting such a plan. Are we doing as much? Since when did looking for a way to fight evil become evil?
    I don't think evil triumphs "so consistently" at all. I think dharma or "Good always prevails." And I don't think that means "unconditional love" at all.

    Consistency or perhaps a more appropriate word, integrity, is very important. The ends do not justify the means used to get there.

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    In the battle of good versus evil, is the reason evil triumphs so consistently because good thinks unconditional love will save the day? Unconditional love is not going to do squat against the forces of evil. It's easy to criticize people who suggest fighting evil on its own terms, in the only way that evil understands. It's much harder to come up with a realistic plan to defend good against evil, or better yet, a plan to defeat evil consistently. At least John Lash is attempting such a plan. Are we doing as much? Since when did looking for a way to fight evil become evil?
    I agree completely. However, fighting evil with evil is not the way. A poorly conceaved and openly disclosed plan to destroy evil will be as effective as our drone strikes are. There are countless positive plans available for people to embrace, self sustainable living, for example. Their plan stinks, for every reason, in my opinion.

    I swing more towards your militant viewpoint than a Gandhi esque approach, however, if our militant warlike plans and skills are required by the wider populous. I personally won't be using them to defend anything that is not based on love and peace and the so called sacred feminin... Love has to be the new way, otherwise its no better than what we have now.

    Mind you, saying that, I might have to reappraise my understanding of the sacred feminin if this lot have based their manifesto for total war on it... I agree we all need to make our own contingency plans and preps, but I disagree that we all need to mobilise over the web and pull the temple walls down upon ourselves... N

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    Quote Posted by Hanson (here)
    In the battle of good versus evil, is the reason evil triumphs so consistently because good thinks unconditional love will save the day? Unconditional love is not going to do squat against the forces of evil. It's easy to criticize people who suggest fighting evil on its own terms, in the only way that evil understands. It's much harder to come up with a realistic plan to defend good against evil, or better yet, a plan to defeat evil consistently. At least John Lash is attempting such a plan. Are we doing as much? Since when did looking for a way to fight evil become evil?
    It's tempting to fight fire with fire. However, letting everyone on the entire planet know that you're forming a group to fight evil and kill people, regardless of how you do it, and who may deserve it(and, if you read the site carefully, he doesn't exactly rule out PHYSICAL assassination, just focuses on magickal assassination), is about the most tactically stupid thing imaginable. Only controlled opposition would do this. get some loners/losers all hyped up with a mishmash of imagery, borrow from a bunch of esoteric traditions, fashion up this BS, maybe get a few "warriors" to do something stupid, like, actually hurt someone, and off we go. I listened to that interview, it's embedded in the other Lash thread. oy vey.

    its a shame, because we really do need some "white hats" these days. But this guy and his "warriors" ain't it.

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    I see the 'party' of discussing the KWP has already begun w/out me! No matter. Alot of good points here, but to start it off I'm going to respond to,....

    Quote Posted by Hanson (here)
    In the battle of good versus evil, is the reason evil triumphs so consistently because good thinks unconditional love will save the day? Unconditional love is not going to do squat against the forces of evil. It's easy to criticize people who suggest fighting evil on its own terms, in the only way that evil understands. It's much harder to come up with a realistic plan to defend good against evil, or better yet, a plan to defeat evil consistently. At least John Lash is attempting such a plan. Are we doing as much? Since when did looking for a way to fight evil become evil?
    I agree, for the most part; in fact all but the last 3 sentences.

    I agree that - let us call them - 'more assertive' means are necessary to combat the controllers. I have personally advocated such (subtly) for quite some time now. However, I have to agree with Gordo (can I call you Gordo?) on this one; ninjas - especially metaphysical ninjas - really shouldn't make a habit of announcing their literal intentions, especially when talking about killing. This looks to me like a sensationalist cult with a fixation on sex, and groups like this are how the government agents justify encroachments on liberty. Moreover, the 'war party' has just handed the govts - on a silver platter no less - a brand new and 'exciting' flag to fly for their next false-flag venture.

    Nasu, I'll see your BS call and raise you. IMO, any good that comes of this venture will be minimal and short lived. I'm not seeking to be negative - I hope they are successful! - but this reeks of poor strategy in the least and a 'dissident mining (fishing?) operation (expedition?)' in the extreme. Moreover, even if it isn't the latter, I'd wager it'll be used as one! At Burning Man, there is a wealth of local, county, and state law enforcement officials; they're not trying to entirely stop the drug use, they're just fishing for the stupid ones.

    Ninjas who wish to be successful don't post websites declaring their intention to kill, destroy, etc.; again, my opinion.

    Having said, I suggest that dealing with predatory individuals and groups will require much more than hugs and good feels. Besides, one can love their opponent while they destroy them,....

    My position is that individuals will need to become spiritual warriors, but sovereign and independent and not collectivized or - even worse - publicized. A dirtying of hands is called for,... but this isn't it.
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    But who will bell the cat?

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    Well having listened to two hours of John Lash yesterday I was able to recognize the general contours of how he has operationalized his narrative into the "War Party".

    Really there isn't much to say. His ideas seemed confused and self referential, a mish mash of concepts, feelings and strident self importance. Don't get the sense that he has a real evolved grasp on the energetic world that once again seems pieced together from different sources.

    The emphasis on sexual stands out in a strange way. I get the feeling this war party of his is intended to become a multi generational life style. Personally the mentor teacher dynamic and emphasis on woman being open to men feels creepy and conjures up stories of girls in Tunisia volunteering to be part of a sexual Jihad in Syria. I've yet to hear those kind of stories working out positively for the women involved but somehow the pattern keeps getting played out.

    The most interesting question of course is how this will play out in tangible terms. He wants to take down the pedophiles and psychopaths yet his background appears to be one of an academic lecturer who interacts mostly with people who hold him in high esteem. Mixing it up with the bad boys, terrestrial and otherwise, is likely to be a new experience. We'll see how this plays out for him over time.

    Good luck John, keep good notes and when you are ready throw them all away.

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    Well having listened to two hours of John Lash yesterday I was able to recognize the general contours of how he has operationalized his narrative into the "War Party".

    Really there isn't much to say. His ideas seemed confused and self referential, a mish mash of concepts, feelings and strident self importance. Don't get the sense that he has a real evolved grasp on the energetic world that once again seems pieced together from different sources.

    The emphasis on sexual stands out in a strange way. I get the feeling this war party of his is intended to become a multi generational life style. Personally the mentor teacher dynamic and emphasis on woman being open to men feels creepy and conjures up stories of girls in Tunisia volunteering to be part of a sexual Jihad in Syria. I've yet to hear those kind of stories working out positively for the women involved but somehow the pattern keeps getting played out.

    The most interesting question of course is how this will play out in tangible terms. He wants to take down the pedophiles and psychopaths yet his background appears to be one of an academic lecturer who interacts mostly with people who hold him in high esteem. Mixing it up with the bad boys, terrestrial and otherwise, is likely to be a new experience. We'll see how this plays out for him over time.

    Good luck John, keep good notes and when you are ready throw them all away.

    Agree. Thing is, this is not a new idea. I used to belong to this group, years ago: http://www.northernway.org/school/templars.html

    And, with this group, I can tell you we did astral traveling as a group. One "mission" in particular, we were protecting some people in Chad..this was when Darfur was a thing, a few years back. we did our ritual, "traveled" and cast a shield of light over the refugees. I was physically sick for a week after that, the effort drained me, and, it was my first experience that showed me these things were possible. so, KWP works as a concept..but we never tried to whack anyone via magick. Also, Lash's ego is quite off-putting. It's a bit frustrating because, based on my prior experiences, there's a core functionality in KWP that could be effective..but I hesitate to follow Lash into battle. For those who question whether group-based spiritual warfare can work, I can tell you it does.

    Not at all sure that it'll work with THIS guy, though.
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    Interesting, I do see the strong similarities. Yet the whole concept of warfare on this level seems bound up with control, passion and some element of intense "bonding" that borders on "possession" in the general sense of that word. It certainly has a quality of spell casting about it, but that carries a flavor of bondage and manipulation at the same time. Ugh, just doesn't resonate with me.

    I had considerable interaction with the people at the Sliver Legion for quite a while. They consider themselves Light warriors yet I never felt this sense that one had to be some for someone else in order to contribute. Relationship evolved naturally and respectfully or not at all yet members seemed to serve according to their natural gifts and aptitudes.

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