[Paleopsych] Phillip D. Collins: Immanentizing the Eschaton: The Gnostic Myth of Darwinism and Socio-political Utopianism

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Phillip D. Collins: Immanentizing the Eschaton: The Gnostic Myth of Darwinism 
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Immanentizing the Eschaton: The Gnostic Myth of Darwinism and
Socio-political Utopianism

- by Phillip D. Collins, Mar. 28th, 2005

Darwinism and the Rise of Gnosticism

With the publication of [2]The Da Vinci Code and the release of the
Matrix films, Gnosticism has experienced a cultural revival in the
West. Is the rise of Gnostic thinking simply a fleeting trend, like
the outrageous clothing that Britney Spears or Christina Aguilera wear
one day and never don again? Perhaps. Yet, it is interesting to note
that the popularization of Darwinian evolution preceded Gnosticism's
ascendancy in the West. The significance of this fact becomes evident
when one reads the words of Dr. Wolfgang Smith:

   "As a scientific theory, Darwinism would have been jettisoned long
   ago. The point, however, is that the doctrine of evolution has
   swept the world, not on the strength of its scientific merits, but
   precisely in its capacity as a Gnostic myth. It affirms, in effect,
   that living beings created themselves, which is in essence a
   metaphysical claim... Thus, in the final analysis, evolutionism is
   in truth a metaphysical doctrine decked out in scientific garb. In
   other words, it is a scientistic myth. And the myth is Gnostic,
   because it implicitly denies the transcendent origin of being; for
   indeed, only after the living creature has been speculatively
   reduced to an aggregate of particles does Darwinist transformism
   become conceivable. Darwinism, therefore, continues the ancient
   Gnostic practice of depreciating `God, the Father Almighty, Creator
   of Heaven and earth.' It perpetuates, if you will, the venerable
   Gnostic tradition of `Jehovah bashing.' And while this in itself
   may gladden Gnostic hearts, one should not fail to observe that the
   doctrine plays a vital role in the economy of Neo-Gnostic thought,
   for only under the auspices of Darwinist `self-creation' does the
   Good News of `self-salvation' acquire a semblance of sense."

In light of this intriguing observation, one could view the current
rise of Gnosticism as the natural corollary of Darwinism's
unquestionable epistemological primacy in the West. The current
Gnostic revival could represent the next stage of Darwinism's

It is interesting to note that the British Royal Society, the Masonic
institution responsible for the promulgation of Darwinism, rigorously
imposed a division between science and theology upon the halls of
scientific inquiry. Webster Tarpley characterizes this division as
"literally Gnostic." Indeed, the restriction of scientific research to
the corporeal machinations of nature is redolent of Gnostic thinking.
It is a distortion of Platonic metaphysics, the conceptual framework
of which emphasizes a separation of the corporeal (the Becoming) and
the incorporeal (the Being). This framework bears close resemblance to
the traditional Christian Weltanschauung, which divides existence into
the spiritual and the physical. However, Gnosticism rejected the
Christian Eschaton of heaven and hell. This is where the distortion

According to Gnosticism, the physical universe is hell. Corporeal
existence is a prison that fetters man through the demonic agents of
space and time. However, through revelatory experience (gnosis), the
sensate being of man could be transformed and this hell could become
heaven. Guided by this Gnostic axiom, the Freemasonic Royal Society
redirected scientific attention exclusively towards the material
world. By focusing scientific efforts upon the temporal spatial realm,
the members of the Royal Society probably hoped to see the eventual
transformation of the irredeemable physical realm into the
"immanentized Eschaton" of an earthly heaven.

This was also the ultimate objective of Marxism, which was
disseminated on the popular level as both fascism and communism. It is
no coincidence that, historically, both the Nazis and the communists
exhibited a religious adherence to the Gnostic myth of Darwinism.
Smith writes: "In place of an Eschaton which ontologically transcends
the confines of this world, the modern Gnostic envisions an End within
history, an Eschaton, therefore, which is to be realized within the
ontological plane of this visible universe" (238; emphasis added).
According to Vatican insider Malachi Martin, the Italian humanists who
eventually created speculative Masonry "reconstructed the concept of
gnosis, and transferred it to a thoroughly this-worldly plane" (519).
Both Nazism and communism were birthed by organizational derivations
of Masonry.

Given Gnosticism's derision for all things corporeal, it is extremely
paradoxical that its adherents exhibit such a preoccupation with this
material plane. Nonetheless, the Eschaton must manifest itself within
the temporal spatial realm. Gnostic psychologist Carl Jung reiterates:

   "According to [the alchemist] Basilius Valentinus, the earth (as
   prima materia) is not a dead body, but is inhabited by a spirit
   that is its life and soul. All created things, minerals included,
   draw their strength from this earth-spirit. This spirit is
   life...and it gives nourishment to all the living things it
   shelters in its womb." (329)

It comes as little surprise that Darwinism, which is premised upon
metaphysical naturalism and materialism, is so compatible with
Gnosticism. Both emphasize the primacy of this material plane. Had
such a metaphysical doctrine remained confined to the realm of
academic polemics, it may have been harmless enough. However, this was
not to be the case. The Gnostic myth of Darwinism eventually migrated
from the abstraction of speculative philosophy to other areas of
study. With this migration, Darwinism enjoyed epistemological primacy.
Julian Huxley elaborates:

   "The concept of evolution was soon extended into other than
   biological fields. Inorganic subjects such as the life-history of
   stars and the formation of the chemical elements on the one hand,
   and on the other hand subjects like linguistics, social
   anthropology, and comparative law and religion, began to be studied
   from an evolutionary angle, until today we are enabled to see
   evolution as a universal and all-pervading process." (Qutd. in
   Newman 272)

Inevitably, the Gnostic myth of Darwinism subsumed social and
political theory. The result was the socio-political Utopianism that
underpinned all of the 20th century scientific dictatorships. Nazi
Germany stands as a prime example of a Gnostic scientific dictatorship
edified by Darwinism. In fact, Darwinian Sir Arthur Keith candidly
admitted: "The German Fuhrer as I have consistently maintained, is an
evolutionist; he has consciously sought to make the practice of
Germany conform to the theory of evolution" (230). Darwinism's natural
correlative, Gnosticism, was also present. Nazism was premised upon
the occult doctrines of a Gnostic cult called Ariosophy, which

   "[T]he rule of gnostic elites and orders, the stratification of
   society according to racial purity and occult initiation, the
   ruthless subjugation and ultimate destruction of non-German
   inferiors, and the foundation of a pan-German world-empire. Such
   fantasies were actualized with terrifying consequences in the Third
   Reich: Auschwitz, Sobibor and Treblinka are the hellish museums of
   Nazi apocalyptic, the roots of which lay in the millennial visions
   of Ariosophy." (Goodrick-Clarke, no pagination)

The Holocaust, which was an orgy of violence and death, represented
Nazi Germany's efforts to "immanentize the Eschaton." In essence,
Germany qualified as a Gnostic scientific dictatorship, edified by the
"science" of Darwinism.

Communist Russia also exhibited all of the characteristics consistent
with this profile. The [3]Encyclopedia of Religion explains: "both
Hegel and his materialist disciple Marx might be considered direct
descendants of gnosticism" (576). In fact, Hegel is the ideological
nexus where the Gnostic scientific dictatorships of Nazism and
communism intersect. In [4]The Secret Cult of the Order, Antony Sutton
states: "Both Marx and Hitler have their philosophical roots in Hegel"
(118). According to the Encyclopedia of Religion, the Gnostic
Kabbalist named Christoph Oetinger significantly influenced Hegel's
early work (576). From Hegel would spring two of the worst scientific
dictatorships in history. Both of them were Gnostic at their core:

   "In this century, with the presentation of traditional religious
   positions in secular form, there has emerged a secular Gnosticism
   beside the other great secular religions--the mystical union of
   Fascism, the apocalypse of Marxist dialectic, the Earthly City of
   social democracy. The secular Gnosticism is almost never recognized
   for what it is, and it can exist alongside other convictions almost
   unperceived." (Webb 418)

As history has graphically demonstrated, the various religious
crusades to "immanentize the Eschaton" are deadly serious. This truth
is tangibly evidenced by the atrocities committed by the
socio-political Utopians of secular Gnosticism. Both Auschwitz and the
Soviet gulag are products of the same jihad. The secular theocracies
that have waged this jihad have consistently been scientific
dictatorships edified by Darwinism.

The Alchemical Mandate

Inevitably, the Gnostic myth of Darwinism guides its adherents to the
same conclusion... evolution requires man's assistance. Through
societal intervention, socio-political Utopians believe that humanity
can facilitate its own evolutionary development and eventually
"immanentize the Eschaton." Freemason and Darwinian apologist T.H.
Huxley wrote:

   "Social progress means a checking of the cosmic process at every
   step, and the substitution for it of another, which may be called
   the ethical process; the end of which is not the survival of those
   who happen to be the fittest, in respect of the whole of the
   conditions which exist, but of those who are ethically the best."

In actuality, Huxley was reiterating a central mandate of Masonic
doctrine: the alchemical transformation of man into a god. Masonic
scholar W.L. Wilmshurst provides a summation of this core precept:

   "This--the evolution of man into superman--was always the purpose
   of the ancient Mysteries, and the real purpose of modern Masonry
   is, not the social and charitable purposes to which so much
   attention is paid, but the expediting of the spiritual evolution of
   those who aspire to perfect their own nature and transform it into
   a more god-like quality. And this is a definite science, a royal
   art, which it is possible for each of us to put into practice;
   whilst to join the Craft for any other purpose than to study and
   pursue this science is to misunderstand its meaning." (Wilmshurst
   47; emphasis added)

Freemasonry rejects the belief in man's creation by a supernatural
God. This contention is clearly articulated in the constitution of the
Great Council of Turkey, which was organized by 33^rd Degree Masons:

   "In a very early age and according to an inorganic process, organic
   life came to be. In order to produce cellular organisms cells came
   together in groups. Later, intelligence sprang forth and human
   beings were born. But from where? We keep asking ourselves this
   question. Was it from God's breathing over formless mud? We reject
   the explanation of an abnormal kind of creation; a kind of creation
   that excludes man. Since life and its genealogy exist, we must
   follow the philogenetic line and feel, understand and acknowledge
   that a wheel exists that explains this great deed, that is the act
   of `leap.' We must believe that there was a phase of development in
   which there was a great rush of activity that caused life to pass
   at a particular moment from that phase to another." (Giovanni 107;
   emphasis added)

What kind of creative role does man attain according to Masonic
doctrine? 33^rd Freemason Manly P. Hall may have provided the answer.
Hall writes:

   "Man is a god in the making, and as in the mystic myths of Egypt,
   on the potter's wheel, he is being molded. When his light shines
   out to lift and preserve all things, he receives the triple crown
   of godhood, and joins that throng of Master Masons, who in their
   robe of Blue and Gold, are seeking to dispel the darkness of night
   with the triple light of the Masonic Lodge." (54-55)

Herein is the Darwinian metaphysical claim of "self-creation," which
provides the foundation for Gnosticism's doctrine of "self-salvation."
Evidently, the creative role reserved for humanity is the role of the
Creator Himself. Thirty-third degree Mason J.D. Buck condenses this
contention into one simple statement: "The only personal God
Freemasonry accepts is humanity in-toto . . . Humanity therefore is
the only personal god that there is" (216). This was one of Illuminati
founder Adam Weishaupt's "inner Areopagites: man made perfect as a
god-without-God" (Billington 97). This religion is nothing new.
Throughout the years, it has reappeared under numerous appellations.
W. Warren Wagar enumerates this religion's numerous manifestations:

   "Nineteenth--and early twentieth--century thought teems with
   time-bound emergent deities. Scores of thinkers preached some sort
   of faith in what is potential in time, in place of the traditional
   Christian and mystical faith in a power outside of time. Hegel's
   Weltgeist, Comte's Humanite, Spencer's organismic humanity
   inevitably improving itself by the laws of evolution, Nietzsche's
   doctrine of superhumanity, the conception of a finite God given
   currency by J.S. Mill, Hastings Rashdall, and William James, the
   vitalism of Bergson and Shaw, the emergent evolutionism of Samuel
   Alexander and Lloyd Morgan, the theories of divine immanence in the
   liberal movement in Protestant theology, and du Nouy's
   telefinalism--all are exhibits in evidence of the influence chiefly
   of evolutionary thinking, both before and after Darwin, in Western
   intellectual history. The faith of progress itself--especially the
   idea of progress as built into the evolutionary scheme of
   things--is in every way the psychological equivalent of religion."

A core doctrinal precept of the religion is the alchemical mandate for
the conscious engineering of humanity's apotheosis. T.H. Huxley's
protégé, Freemason and Fabian socialist H.G. Wells, presented an
allegorized depiction of the alchemical mission to achieve apotheosis
in [5]The Island of Dr. Moreau. Astute readers will recognize the
character of Dr. Moreau as an instrument of the Masonic Craft. Like
the practitioners of the royal art, Dr. Moreau "consciously emulates
the evolutionary laboratory of the world" (Suvin & Philmus 65). Years
later, Darwinian fundamentalist and high priest of scientism Carl
Sagan would recapitulate this alchemical mandate for the emulation of
nature's "evolutionary laboratory." In his 1980 book [6]Cosmos, Sagan
asserted that, through the blind forces of evolution, man had come to
inhabit the position from which he could now consciously control and
direct the evolutionary process (320).

The scientific dictatorships of communism and fascism represented two
such efforts to consciously engineer humanity's evolution and
"immanentize the Eschaton" on earth. Yet, these two Gnostic
experiments in socio-political Utopianism are but microcosms of a
larger religious vision. It is the religious vision of the
supranational elite. Fanatical in their blind faith in the Gnostic
myth of Darwinism, the supranational elite still pursues the same
objectives today.

Re-sculpting Prima Materia

Martin explains that the humanist precursors to speculative Masonry
desired "a special gnosis" (520). They believed that this "special
gnosis" was a "secret knowledge of how to master the blind forces of
nature for a sociopolitical purpose" (520). The subjugation and
manipulation of nature is a theme consistently recapitulated by
socio-political Utopians. One socio-political Utopian to reiterate
this theme was Fabian socialist Bertrand Russell. In Religion and
Society, Russell states:

   "The way in which science arrives at its beliefs is quite different
   from that of medieval theology. Experience has shown that it is
   dangerous to start from general principles and proceed deductively,
   both because the principles may be untrue and because the reasoning
   based upon them may be fallacious. Science starts, not from large
   assumptions, but from particular facts discovered by observation or
   experiment. From a number of such facts a general rule is arrived
   at, of which, if it is true, the facts in question are instances...
   Science thus encourages abandonment of the search for absolute
   truth, which belongs to any theory that can be successfully
   employed in inventions or in predicting the future. `Technical'
   truth is a matter of degree: a theory from which more successful
   inventions and predictions spring is truer than one which gives
   rise to fewer. `Knowledge' ceases to be a mental mirror of the
   universe, and becomes merely a practical tool in the manipulation
   of matter." (13-15; emphasis added)

For the socio-political Utopian, science represents a "special gnosis"
designed to manipulate matter and reconfigure reality itself. It is an
instrument for the re-sculpting of prima materia and "immanentizing
the Eschaton." Technology has become the chief means of achieving this
alchemical transformation of reality. Technology's potential for such
an application is evident in the etymological origins of the
appellation itself. It is derived from the Greek word techne, which
means "craft." Simply defined, "crafting" is the skillful creation of
something. Hence, expressions such as "outstanding craftsmanship" or a
"master of the craft."

In the context of socio-political Utopianism, "crafting" is the
skillful creation (or, more succinctly, re-sculpting) of reality
itself. The "special gnosis" of science has provided the means through
techne. Mark Pesce, co-inventor of Virtual Reality Modeling Language,
elaborates upon techne's role in manipulating matter: "Each endpoint
of techne has an expression in the modern world as a myth of
fundamental direction -- the mastery of matter..." (no pagination;
emphasis added). This is the central precept of socio-political
Utopianism: mastering reality itself.

Scientology provides an excellent example of this paradigm. Founded by
sci-fi author L. Ron Hubbard, this religious organization espouses
doctrines that closely align with Gnostic thought. For instance,
Hubbard exhibited a distinctly Gnostic aversion towards the human
body. In [7]History of Man, he declared:

   "The possession of a ... body is a liability for through that body
   the being can be given pain, can be regimented by the routine
   demands of eating and care from harm ... Today we live in a vast
   cult called Worship the body. Medical doctors, school teachers,
   parents, traffic officers, the whole society unites into this
   war-cry, Care for the body." (Qutd. in "[8] Low life expectancy of
   scientologists & Hubbard on violence," no pagination; emphasis

Moreover, Hubbard religiously adhered to the Gnostic myth of
Darwinism. In [9]Dianetics, he writes:

   "It is fairly well accepted in these times that life in all forms
   evolved from the basic building blocks: the virus and the cell. Its
   only relevance to Dianetics is that such a proposition works--and
   actually that is all we ask of Dianetics. There is no point to
   writing here a vast tome on biology and evolution. We can add some
   chapters to those things, but Charles Darwin did his job well and
   the fundamental principles of evolution can be found in his and
   other works. The proposition on which Dianetics was originally
   entered was evolution." (69; emphasis added)

According to Scientology, reality is not governed by immutable
principles or universal invariants. On the contrary, it is a malleable
pliancy, the fabric of which can be manipulated through technology.
Thus, Hubbard contends that man must not "face reality," but must
"make reality face him" instead (308). This assertion echoes the theme
of mastering reality.

Eventually, Scientology became the subject of an ethnographic study
conducted by a sociologist named William Sims Bainbridge. Bainbridge
is also an adherent of an emergent scientistic religion called
Transhumanism, which promotes "the breeding of 'genetically enriched'
forms of 'post-human' beings" (Hayes, no pagination). Professor
Katherine Hayles describes this "post-human" condition:

   "[I]n the posthuman, there are no essential differences, or
   absolute demarcations, between bodily existence and computer
   simulation, cybernetic mechanism and biological organism, robot
   technology and human goals." (Qutd. in Hook, no pagination)

Like Scientologists, Transhumanists adhere to the Gnostic myth of
Darwinism. Reiterating the contention of Darwinian fundamentalist Carl
Sagan, Transhumanists believe that evolution can be consciously
managed and directed. Warren Robinett elaborates:

   "If mind is program and data, and we control the hardware and the
   software, then we can make changes as we see fit. What will
   human-like intelligence evolve into if it is freed from the limits
   of the human meat-machine, and humans can change and improve their
   own hardware? It's hard to say. The changes would perhaps be
   goal-directed, but what goals would be chosen for self-directed
   evolution? What does a human become when freed from pain, hunger,
   lust, and pride?" (169-70)

While Robinett is speaking rhetorically, it is interesting that he
chronically compares humanity to a machine. As Professor Hayles makes
abundantly clear, the "post-human" condition is man's transformation
into a machine. This could be the intended outcome of self-directed
evolution. Transhumanists openly express their derision for the human
condition. For instance, British roboticist Kevin Warwick candidly
renounced his humanity: "I was born human. But this was an accident of
fate--a condition merely of time and place" (qutd. in Hook, no
pagination). This prompts a disturbing question. If the human
condition was some sort of biological accident, then what is mankind's
ultimate evolutionary destiny? Bart Kosko, a professor of electrical
engineering, reveals the final destination on the evolutionary map:
"Biology is not destiny. It was never more than tendency. It was just
nature's first quick and dirty way to compute with meat. Chips are
destiny" (qutd. in Hook, no pagination).

This aversion towards humanity echoes the precepts of an older
religion. C. Christopher Hook elaborates:

   "Transhumanism is in some ways a new incarnation of gnosticism. It
   sees the body as simply the first prosthesis we all learn to
   manipulate. As Christians, we have long rejected the gnostic claims
   that the human body is evil. Embodiment is fundamental to our
   identity, designed by God, and sanctified by the Incarnation and
   bodily resurrection of our Lord. Unlike gnostics, transhumanists
   reject the notion of the soul and substitute for it the idea of an
   information pattern." (no pagination)

Evidently, the Gnostic ambitions of socio-political Utopianism are
alive and well. In fact, in the Gnostic tradition of Ariosophy,
Transhumanism advocates the enthronement of an elite. This new
post-human elite is dubbed the "GenRich" class. According to
Transhumanist Professor Lee Silver, the end of this century will
witness the ascendancy of the GenRich elite: "All aspects of the
economy, the media, the entertainment industry, and the knowledge
industry [will be] controlled by members of the GenRich class...
Naturals [will] work as low-paid service providers or as laborers..."
(qutd. in Hayes, no pagination). Like the socio-political Utopianism
of Marxism, Transhumanism will not end class distinctions. Instead, it
will just create new ones.

If Transhumanism were merely some marginalized organization, then such
beliefs would be somewhat laughable. However, this is not the case.
With chapters in more than 20 countries and luminaries occupying
numerous academic institutions, the Transhumanist movement is a
formidable force (Hayes, no pagination). Moreover, many of its members
have been actively engaged in government-sponsored research. Clearly,
the movement is more than the average cult.

The Gnostic religions of Scientology and Transhumanism represent links
in an ideational chain, which finds its origins in ancient
Mesopotamia. They are philosophical and religious scions of the
Mystery religion. Of course, variants of the ancient Mysteries largely
constitute the religious doctrines of the elite. Like communism and
fascism, Scientology and Transhumanism are but microcosms of the
ruling class religious vision for man. A stratified society of rulers
and slaves, eugenical regimentation, a technologically altered
reality, the complete obliteration of all those things that define
humanity... all these comprise the anatomy of the Eschaton they seek
to immanentize.

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About the Author

Phillip D. Collins acted as the editor for The Hidden Face of
Terrorism. He has also written articles for Paranoia Magazine, MKzine,
News With Views, B.I.P.E.D.: The Official Website of Darwinian Dissent
and Conspiracy Archive. He has an Associate of Arts and Science.
Currently, he is studying for a bachelor's degree in Communications at
Wright State University. During the course of his seven-year college
career, Phillip has studied philosophy, religion, and classic
literature. He also co-authored the book, The Ascendancy of the
Scientific Dictatorship: An Examination of Epistemic Autocracy, From
the 19th to the 21st Century, which is [29]available online here.
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issuing antidotes to citizens chosen for childbearing."
David Brower - first Executive Director of the Sierra Club; founder of
Friends of the Earth; and founder of the Earth Island Institute -
quoted by Dixie Lee Ray, Trashing the Planet, p.166

"The urge to save humanity is almost always a false front for the urge
to rule."
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"A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from
present levels, would be ideal."
Ted Turner - CNN founder and UN supporter - quoted in the McAlvany
Intelligence Advisor, June '96

"If I were reincarnated I would wish to be returned to earth as a
killer virus to lower human population levels."
Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, leader of the World Wildlife Fund -
quoted in 'Are You Ready For Our New Age Future?', Insiders Report,
American Policy Center, December '95

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cults such as Theosophy and Rosicrucianism [neither is genuine]. The
central, syncretic ideology of the oligarchy's inner cult life is the
revived Egyptian drug cult, the myth of Isis and Osiris, the same
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mentioned involves the addition of temporary sterilants to water
supplies or staple food. Doses of the antidote would be carefully
rationed by the government to produce the desired population size."
Paul Ehrlich, The Population Bomb, p.130-131

The curse of our time is the proliferation of so-called 'think tanks'
that advise our public leaders. Their influence has increased
tremendously during recent years.
Alfred M. Lilienthal, September 20, 2003

"Today Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles
to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful. This is especially
true if they were told there was an outside threat from beyond,
whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence. It is
then that all peoples of the world will plead with world leaders to
deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears is the
unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be
willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well being granted
to them by their world government."
Henry Kissinger, Speaking at Evian, France, May 21, 1992. Bilderberg

"The real danger is the gradual erosion of individual liberties
through automation, integration, and interconnection of many small,
separate record-keeping systems, each of which alone may seem
innocuous, even benevolent, and wholly justifiable."
U. S. Privacy Study Commission, 1977


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