Such interpretations take great pains to detail exactly which groups infiltrated the Church, which forces engineered the bloody revolutions and wars of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, and what organizations financed the wholesale dissolution and destruction of Western Civilization.
Much of this sort of thing makes for interesting reading and offers readers a chance to connect various historical dots culminating in our current despiritualized milieu.
All the same, after I finish absorbing this sort of information, I am always left with the feeling that it only addresses half of the story.
Conspiracy history has a habit of absolving the masses of responsibility and pinning the blame solely on the evil manipulators and destroyers.
What they neglect to mention is that the manipulators required masses of people that were eager to be manipulated. Destroyers of things like entire civilizations require active and willing co-destroyers within civilizations. That's the only way I can make sense of the grand historical conspiracies.
It’s all fine and well to believe that the manipulators and destroyers possessed inconceivable wealth and superhuman powers that could move nations at the flick of a wrist, but it’s a little easier to believe that these rich and powerful entities could not have moved much without the active and eager engagement of the millions they supposedly ruled over.
Without the willing, active involvement of the masses, the destroyers never would have stood a chance.
Yes, the manipulators and destroyers have the Prince of Destruction at their helm, but Satan’s evil only works when it is invited in. Without that invitation, Satan is powerless.
If God desires and requires co-creators, then it only makes sense that Satan strives to recruit co-destroyers.
The rich and powerful forces that populate historical conspiracies were all Satan’s active and willing co-destroyers. No doubt about that.
But these co-destroyers required many more co-destroyers to achieve the level of destruction the historical conspiracies document. The great plan of destruction only worked because millions of ordinary people scattered across the centuries wanted it to work at some level or other.
The great plan of destruction continues to succeed because billions of ordinary people want it to succeed at some level or other.
The conspiracy that the great historical conspiracies all conspire to deny is that Satan is powerless unless he is invited in. The same applies to all the dark forces throughout history, our current Establishment included.