Ken Klemm Spring Hill, FL, USA
“Not only thought impulses which have been mixed with
FAITH, but those which have been mixed with any of the
positive emotions, or any of the negative emotions, may
reach, and influence the subconscious mind.
From this statement, you will understand that the
subconscious mind will translate into its physical
equivalent, a thought impulse of a negative or
destructive nature, just as readily as it will act upon
thought impulses of a positive or constructive nature.
This accounts for the strange phenomenon which so many
millions of people experience, referred to as
“misfortune,” or “bad luck.” There are millions of
people who BELIEVE themselves “doomed” to poverty and
failure, because of some strange force over which they
BELIEVE they have no control. They are the creators of
their own “misfortunes,” because of this negative
BELIEF, which is picked up by the subconscious mind,
and translated into its physical equivalent.” ~
It’s sometimes confusing to understand the difference
between FAITH and BELIEF. (They are nor the same
BELIEF is an acceptance that something is true or
exists, or it is a trust or confidence in someone’s or
something’s ability. Belief is easily programmed in the
Subconscious Mind through repetition. We accept and
adapt to the beliefs of others when we repeat their
suggestions and adopt them as our own.
FAITH is a feeling - a Positive feeling. As with all
positive love-based emotions, it produces creative
energy; just as negative fear-based emotions produce
FAITH is the comforting feeling of knowing there is an
Infinite Intelligence, a Source for imagination,
inspiration and the sixth sense to tap into.
I have written earlier that Natural Law and Morality
were written into our DNA by our Creator. So, also, is
knowledge (or awareness) of the Creator imbedded in our
DNA. That awareness, when activated, is the source of
I submit, for your consideration, three pieces of
First, the Golden Rule - the universal ethic of
reciprocity. The maxim on how to treat others appeared
in Ancient Egypt, India, Greece, Persia and Rome. It
was taught in all the Abrahamic religions (Judaism,
Christianity, Islam and Bahá'í), and most traditional
Indian, Chinese, Iranian and African religions. It also
appears in newer movements such as Wicca, Scientology,
Humanism and Existentialism.
Second, Missions. The three major religions based on
the God of Abraham sent missionaries to the far corners
of the globe to spread the Word. Even on remote islands
where the inhabitants had no contact with the outside
world for hundreds or thousands of years, the
missionaries never had to do a hard sell on the concept
of a deity.
Every culture on the planet worshiped a deity in some
form. The missionaries conversed with the intelligent
critical thinkers among the people, and the concept of
the God of Abraham resonated with something deep inside
Third, Endurance of Empires. The Hebrew nation has
endured for thousands of years, and last century once
again reclaimed the land of its origin, as Joshua did
after the flight from Egypt. Mosaic Law is the
universal root of all modern law.
When the Roman Empire abandoned its secular gods and
goddesses and adopted Christianity, it became the Holy
Roman Empire. Its calendar dominates the world today as
the diplomatic and world trade standard. The Vatican
remains a major influence upon world affairs.
Roman numbering systems, however, did not endure.
Fortunately, universal numbering as well the basics of
arithmetic, mathematics and algebra are some of the
remnants of the Islamic Golden Age.
The British Empire dominated and controlled more
geography than any other in the history of the world.
It can easily be argued that empire endures today,
headquartered not in Great Britain, but in America.
America inherited from Britain the promise of the Magna
Carta, English Common Law, and a reliance on Divine
Providence. As I wrote recently, Britain abolished
slavery before America, but it also achieved a “color
blind” society long before Martin Luther King Sr. was
born, as a stunned and amazed Frederick Douglass
discovered when he visited London.
America is often referred to as a Melting Pot, but that
too was inherited from Britain. The English language
itself is a melting pot of sorts - based on West
German with a lot of French, Latin, Greek, and
sprinklings of other languages thrown in. Today,
English is the official international language of
seafaring and aviation, and dominates international
telecommunications, scientific publishing,
international trade, mass entertainment, and diplomacy.
The cultures of the majority of Africa and Asia endure
wherever the Abrahamic Religions, Hinduism, Buddhism,
or other religions dominate.
The longest enduring Marxist experiment, the Soviet
Union, barely lasted two generations (1922 - 1991). A
big part of Marxist theory is scientific materialism,
where human beings are valued by their labour power and
their purpose is the goods their labour produces.
Religion is believed to be illusory, a barrier to
equality and an obstacle to true happiness.
Soviet citizens were forced to suppress natural law and
convert to atheism.
In practice, to take and hold power, Marxist regimes
attack the institutions of religion and family. To
force compliance with its rule, the citizens must view
the State as the sole moral authority. The State
becomes both god and parent.
Is this where America is headed?
The attacks of the Marxists began in the last half of
the 20th century - when prayer was banned in schools,
religious symbols were barred from display in public
spaces, and massive numbers of parents denied their own
offspring the basic right to live.
Those are just a few examples. Last week, the United
States Supreme Court upheld Nevada’s move to limit
worship services to no more than 50 participants,
though it imposes no similar restrictions on casinos or
theaters to battle the virus from Communist China. (I’m
no conspiracy theorist, but neither is my head in the
To me, great evidence of atheistic arrogance is the
notion that human activity directs climate change. If
Planet Earth were a sentient being, it would think of
the human race as tiny microbes inhabiting its skin.
The detonation of a nuclear device would be a small
zit. Nuclear holocaust would seem like an outbreak of
From Planet Earth’s point of view, the last ice age
ended a couple of months ago, and the late spring thaw
is slowing melting away the last remaining winter
glaciers. At some point, during its hot, steamy summer,
Planet Earth will once again let loose a series of big
burps, and usher in a brief autumn followed by another
long, cold winter.
That is, unless Earth first slams headlong into a big
asteroid. (I know science fiction writers always have
the asteroid slamming into Earth; but, from the
asteroid’s point of view, it’s the other way around.)
Perhaps it’s inevitable that near future generations
will be lured and seduced by the impossible ideals of
Marxism. And, after that, perhaps, ironically, Radio
Free China will broadcast messages of HOPE to the
oppressed people under the tyrannical rule of the
United Socialist States of America.
Your Friend and Servant,
Ken Klemm - Florida, USA
P.S. “Nature and its laws cannot be denied nor long
suppressed. FAITH endures.”