CULTURE WARTS or FAITHFUL SERVANTS? Part 2 by Dr. Peter Jones
Culture Warts or Faithful Servants (Part 2)
In 1832, when The Beagle docked in Southern Australia on the way to the Galapagos Islands, Charles Darwin witnessed naked Aboriginals dancing themselves into delirium all night long. You can now see this scene at the Burning Man Festival in the Nevada desert, attended by sixty thousand hi-tech moderns, including Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and the CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos. But Darwin, a notable father of Secular Humanism, was shocked, finding the native display â€œa most rude, barbarous scene.â€
Once ever so secularly humanist, moderns now find orgiastic sexuality and occult spirituality quite acceptable. Who or what produced this massive change in Western culture?
Many influential sources can be named: Darwin, spiritualized by Teilhard de Chardin; the goddess worship of radical feminism; the occultism of theosophist Madame Blavatsky; the political radicalism of Gramsci, Marcuse and Saul Alinski; and the â€œsexologyâ€ of Alfred Kinsey and Hugh Hefner. However, I single out two thinkers:
Carl Jung (1875â€“1961, picture left), the psychologist, and
Mircea Eliade (1907â€“1986, picture right), the scholar.
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