A Creation Template is a collection of archetypes (read Ideology) used to deliberately influence and control how people think about and act in the world, and how they think about and act towards themselves. Creation templates are created and recreated by individuals or groups. Once developed, the archetypes of a creation template are inserted into the individual and collective consciousness by Agents of Consciousness in a process of indoctrination.
Creation Template > Archetypal Gestalt, Archetypes, Big Questions, Collective Consciousness, External Resistance, Generic Apocalyptic Narrative, Ideology, Less Than Messages, Old Energy Archetype, Spiritual Emergency, System Maintenance, Tarot, Triumph of Spirit Archetype System
An Old Energy Creation Template emphasizes hierarchy, privilege, submission, judgment, and punishment.
A New Energy Creation Template emphasizes unity, equality, prosperity for all, emancipation, personal power, forgiveness, and responsibility.
Creation templates are designed with a creative goal in mind. To understand the creative goals of Creation Template, carefully trace the source of the ideas.
Aleister Crowley defined magick as "The science and art of causing change to occur in conformity with will." As such, the development and implementation of a creation template (perhaps into an Archetype Deck or an album series), is the quintessential practice of that science and art.
The extant and dominant global creation template is an Old Energy Creation Template. The Triumph of Spirit Archetype System (TOSAS) represents an attempt to build a New Energy Creation Template to replace the elitist old energy creation template.
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