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Is Science The New Occult?

April 10, 1885 ·

Science is a form of the occult, and part of an agenda to cull humanity in favour of a lifeless “eternal workforce” of robots, according to a new report published by a former scientist.

The reports author, Dr Flay, believes that scientists are part of a “white coat priesthood” supported by industrialists, the government and the monarchy.

In a strongly worded and self published document, Dr Flay claims that the development of “Artificial Adam” is part of a conspiracy to make industry less dependent on human labour, and that many of modern sciences logical conclusions are “utter bunk”.

Not much is known about Dr Flay’s background or the type of science he practiced, but he joins a chorus of critics denouncing recent works carried out by Her Majesty’s Department of the Advancement of Sciences.

Mystery Cult Determines Government Policy!

The document which we are reprinting in this weeks London Gazette, suggests that unless the government’s so-called “Science Advisors are decommissioned and removed from positions of peculiar influence”, the Saryn War that saw millions of young men die in the barren wastelands of Kazakhstan, could happen all over again.

There has been no response from the Church of England, neither have we been able to confirm whether Dr Flay is a Theologist or part of a religious group, but link between the occult and science is something the government had hoped to avoid.

 

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