Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution was a period from 1760 to 1820, in which the Saturn cult mechanised the manufacturing process of goods like textile, cotton and iron through a series of technological inventions.  It spread from the British Empire (George III, House of Hanover) in cities like Manchester to Belgium and United States.

The Royal Society (based on rosicrucianism of John Dee) gave rise to the Scientific Revolution to rebuild the technological civilisation of Atlantis. The jesuits and British Empire had defeated their rivals in the Seven Years' War and dominated the opium trade in India.

It was the Pluto in Aquarius era of the capitalism, the  American revolution and French revolution, a ritual to put dictator Napoleon Bonaparte in power and redesign the map of Europe, under the disguise of Enlightenment ideals.

The term Industrial Revolution was popularized by Arnold Toynbee. The most important industries were: textile, iron, steam power,.. Cotton textiles were traded in India by the East India Company. Coal mines were built in Belgium and  Germany (Frankfurt, the Ruhr area and Berlin), Bohemia and Italy (Milan).

It was in a ritual in the takeover in 3 steps to transform earth into an energy farm. The exploitation of slaves through 13h shifts (wage slavery) caused alienation.

Industrialists used lead to poison the population. The jesuits used the discontent of exploited workers in the slave religion communism and Romanticism trend (nostalgia for glorious past).

The Industrial Revolution was orchestrated by freemasons of the Lunar Society like Thomas Huxley, Erasmus Darwin, Benjamin Franklin (research on electricity), Francis Galton, John Smeaton (civil engineering), William Small (mentor of Thomas Jefferson), Joseph Priestly (Royal Society) and James Watt.

John Kay invented the flying shuttle. James Watt (friend of Scottish economist Adam Smith, father of capitalism) improved the steam engine. Edmund Cartwright invented the power loom. Richard Arkwright invented the water frame. James Hargreaves invented the spinning jenny in 1764. Samuel Crompton invented the spinning mule. Thomas Highs and Crompton were members of a Swedenborgian cult.

Arms dealer Eli Whitney (Yale University, Skull and Bones, elite family intermarried with Payne and Vanderbilt) invented the cotton gin, wich prolonged slavery in the South.

In 1814 Francis Cabott Lowell (Boston Elite, trained at Philips Academy and Harvard) founded the textile company Boston Manufacturing Company, funded by opium and slave trader Israel Thorndike.

The masonic lodge of Charleston instigated the US Civil War between northern and southern states, wich results in the 2nd Industrial Revolution in 1845,  caused by the steam, rail and steel industry and mass production (Nouveau Riche of Mellon, Carnegie, Goldman, Rockefeller families). The US dollar became the main currency of the global financial system.

 The Lunar Society imposed Darwinism as part of the new atheist slave religion. Isambard Kingdom Brunel built the Great Western Railway, a tunnel under the Thames and the SS Great Britain steam ship. He was a member of the Royal Society and worked with John Scott Russell.

The 3d Industrial Revolution introduced electricity, chemicals, internal-combustion engines.

The 4th wave produced electronics, petrochemicals and aviation.

The 5th wave produced software, internet and smartphones, automation, digitalisation, Internet of Things.

In Fritz Lang's Metropolis compared the exploitation of workers to sacrifice to Moloch.

Kenneth Branagh played Isambard Kingdom as the archetypal Magician (John Dee, Prospero in The Tempest) in the 2012 London Olympics ritual. William Blake's phrase Those dark Satanic mills from the poem Jerusalem became associated with the Industrial Revolution.

American Revolution

French Revolution