Urge and Demiurge

by Not Sure

Sat 23 Oct 2021

This Redux is Alan Watt’s blurb from Sept. 8, 2019 entitled "Wild Men, Morally Unconventional, Rule from Outside the Box, Within Which we're Encased and They've the Keys to the Locks." Alan says that it was about two months prior (around July of 2019) that he had mentioned that we were now in a new chapter; a whole new phase in reality and in the way we’re managed. His examples of this new management include the social credit system, a scientific elite and “superstar” scientists we’re to follow.

We are not supposed to be involved in reality, but in our personal social credit system. We should keep our online profile updated, supply all of our data and be preoccupied with sex and drugs. We are “good” if we are completely predictable to our managers.

It’s important to keep people drugged in this phase of the take-down where even our service economy is brought to an end. Our manufacturing has been off-shored for many years; we’ve been made helpless. Suddenly all the street drugs that our governments fought against for decades are now good for us. Marijuana is being legalized in countries and in some places like Canada, many of the storefronts selling cannabis are operated by the government. MDMA is the new wonder drug for PTSD and psychedelics are promoted for depression. Ketamine was used for starting and maintaining anaesthesia, then it became a party drug, and now it’s the hot new cure for severe depression. Housewives swap stories of how microdosing LSD and psilocybin has changed their lives. It’s super-soma time!

Dumb down the public. Debase them of any higher sensibilities. Promote sexual promiscuity. Hypersexualized people won’t have much time for philosophy or care much for it either. A “good” citizen has lots of sex and takes lots of drugs, is narcissistic and hedonistic. Drugs and injections are also used to lower the IQ.

Societies must be brought to utter chaos during this phase, Alan says, and out of this chaos will come a new system, an ordered society with rationing, where your credit rations will be withheld if you’re “bad”, according to your social credit score. You must be part of your community. You weren’t “sociable”, you didn’t attend a social event, a communitarian meeting on the weekend.

Charles Galton Darwin refers to the inter-generational, scientific elite as the captains who must guide the world and be “wild men” [unaltered.] These scientists would be completely dispassionate and capable of killing millions, even billions across the world if that was necessary. In The Next Million Years, C.G. Darwin tells a fable.

There was a man (the director) who was endowed with very great intelligence, very great wealth, deep scientific knowledge and a benevolent wish to improve the lot of mankind. He also knew himself to have the gift of longevity, so that he had the prospect not only of starting on his beneficent plans, but of seeing them through to their final accomplishment. [All of the director’s many successes over ten thousand years are mentioned.]

He had moulded his subjects so that they fulfilled their tasks superlatively, because he could look at those tasks objectively, but his own task he could only know subjectively, and the prescriptions he had used for the others were without avail. He had tamed men into being domestic animals, but he could not tame anyone into being a director, because a director must be a wild and not a tame animal.

Alan had a broad and deep understanding of the various sciences that are being deployed against us to ensure that we comply, including psychology, behaviourism and neuroscience. An early paper he cited was from the US Army War College Quarterly, Parameters, entitled The Mind has No Firewall. This paper was published in 1998 and covered energy-based and psychotronic weaponry and Information Warfare Theory. Some of this still seems like it comes right out of the movie, Men Who Stare at Goats, e.g., ESP research, telekinesis and clairvoyance, but some of it has clearly been used in wars and upon peoples.

Last week, we linked to a Global Research article on NATO’s research into Cognitive Warfare and its uses on enemy populations. It’s obvious that we are all the intended targets of CW:

“Disinformation preys on the cognitive vulnerabilities of its targets by taking advantage of pre-existing anxieties or beliefs that predispose them to accept false information. This requires the aggressor to have an acute understanding of the socio-political dynamics at play and to know exactly when and how to penetrate to best exploit these vulnerabilities.

Cognitive Warfare exploits the innate vulnerabilities of the human mind because of the way it is designed to process information, which have always been exploited in warfare, of course. However, due to the speed and pervasiveness of technology and information, the human mind is no longer able to process the flow of information. Where CW differs from propaganda is in the fact that everyone participates, mostly inadvertently, to information processing and knowledge formation in an unprecedented way. This is a subtle but significant change. While individuals were passively submitted to propaganda, they now actively contribute to it. The exploitation of human cognition has become a massive industry. And it is expected that emerging artificial intelligence (AI) tools will soon provide propagandists radically enhanced capabilities to manipulate human minds and change human behaviour.”

- “Cognitive Warfare”, Information Hub, Nov. 2020


Alan mentioned a movie from 2016 called Urge, and recommends just reading the write-up, as the movie is full of sex and violence. He speculates that the title came from the old Greek dēmiurgós. Demiurge, a lesser god, a “crafstman” or “artisan” who fashions, shapes and models the world; the architect of the universe as opposed to a Creator God who produces something out of nothing.

A group of friends head for a weekend on an island and visit a club called Volcano, owned by The Man, where they are offered a new drug called Urge. This drug lowers one’s sense of morality and removes all inhibitions. But the catch is you can take it only once in your life. The friends take Urge and a wild party and orgy results. The next day, no one is hung over and everyone fondly remembers the fun.

The friends decide to take the drug again and many other Volcano partiers make the same choice. As each person follows their deepest desires, the result is mayhem. Rapes, murders and suicides until it’s clear everyone on the island is doomed.



In June of 2020, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NY-DOH) updated their “Safer Sex and COVID-19” guidelines. One section is entitled What to do about sex parties and includes the following advice:

“Limit the size of your guest list. Keep it intimate.”

“Go with a consistent sex partner.”

“Pick larger, more open, and well-ventilated spaces.”

“Wear a face covering, avoid kissing, and do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.”

“Bring an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.”


It will be interesting to see if they eventually update their recommendations to reflect vaccination status, because one thing that I have noticed in the mainstream coverage of sex clubs in the age of Covid is that everyone wants the reader to know that you are welcome to attend the orgy as long as you have been fully vaccinated.


“It’s been over a year since Ryn Pfeuffer slipped into her black sheer bodysuit, fastened her rhinestone choker and stepped into her thigh-highs and Jimmy Choo stiletto heels before heading to a swingers party near the Seattle airport.

Pfeuffer, a 47-year-old writer who lives alone, is starved for touch and human interaction. She’s also freshly vaccinated. So on Friday, she’ll swap her yoga pants for that bodysuit ensemble and return to Club Sapphire. [Covid vaccination required to enter this sex club.]

Before the coronavirus pandemic, Pfeuffer would get a thrill out of being intimate with a partner while surrounded by others. This time, however, none of her usual dates are fully vaccinated, so she’s going alone. She doesn’t plan to get physical with anyone, as coronavirus tests aren’t a prerequisite. And there’s a new accessory in her sex party outfit that she doesn’t anticipate taking off, no matter how steamy it gets: her trusty N95.”

- “We’re doing shots! Vaccinated or not, America wants to party again.”, Washington Post, March 30, 2021


“Sex-starved couples are taking advantage of Covid restrictions being eased by taking part in orgies.

Swingers who have had to take a break from having sex with multiple partners during the pandemic are now looking forward to bed-hopping once again.

The lifting of restrictions which banned groups of strangers meeting indoors have now been lifted – and horny couples are taking full advantage.

Those who’ve been vaccinated against the virus have been flocking to weekend orgies for kinky hook-ups – especially in well-to-do parts of Dublin, Ireland.”

- “Sex-starved couples are taking advantage of Covid rules easing by attending orgies”, Mirror, July 18, 2021


Nightlife was back, as was sex with various partners and strangers and anyone in between thanks to COVID vaccines and loosened public health restrictions. “

“... data also reflects a rise in kink and exploration. Just over half of respondents said their sexual interests shifted during the pandemic, and 73 percent of those people said they're kinkier now. Twenty percent noted that they're more interested in attending a sex party or visiting a sex club now than pre-pandemic.”

“... it's difficult to be aroused during times of high stress and anxiety. One way that people can cope with this... is trying new and immersive sexual activities that allow you to focus on the moment; sex parties can fit that bill.”

- “People are more sexually adventurous right now — and more cautious”,  Mashable, July 8, 2021


Sex clubs are increasingly promoted in the culture as another preference; just one more option of self-expression. It isn’t surprising that they are advertising the need to be vaccinated to enter. You will not be asked your HIV or STD status because, who cares? It’s a fun club, it’s a club just like the one you saw on HBO. It’s where the beautiful people are, and the beautiful people are vaccinated.

Is it too much of a stretch to consider that the social event you are supposed to attend to be part of your community, to keep your social credit score acceptable, is an orgy? Brave New World.


Alan said, “... An image gets stuck in the mind. You imagine things. Imagine. Image. Image in. Imagine. And certain ones to do with sex and primal things, primal instincts are very, very potent which they understand at the top. And they can get fixed for life with a lot of people...”



"Among our sample of people who regularly use ecstasy and other illicit stimulants, we found significant increases in the percent reporting any past six-month use of cocaine, ketamine, non-prescribed pharmaceutical stimulants, hallucinogenic mushrooms, and e-cigarettes."

- “Cocaine, ice, ecstasy, ketamine—major changes in Australian drug use”, MedicalXpress.com, Oct. 22, 2021


“... most countries have reported a rise in the use of cannabis during the pandemic.

- “UNODC World Drug Report 2021: pandemic effects ramp up drug risks, as youth underestimate cannabis dangers”, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, June 24, 2021



“... Los Angeles is currently in the grip of a psychedelics fervor not seen since Jim Morrison ambled his way down the Venice Beach boardwalk in the 1960s. Every weekend, dozens, possibly hundreds, of ayahuasca ceremonies take place in the hills, valleys, and strip malls of Southern California. So many people are now experimenting with ayahuasca (a psychoactive brew long used by South American indigenous tribes as part of ceremonial spiritual healing) that there’s concern the ingredients required to create the potion are being over harvested. But it’s not just ayahuasca—there are events for psilocybin, DMT, ibogaine, LSD, and MDMA.

Soccer moms in Malibu now swap notes over microdosing (taking tiny amounts of psychedelics to boost moods and enhance creativity) as they recap the latest episode of Hulu’s Nine Perfect Strangers, a show in which characters engage in . . . microdosing. Shamans are being flown in from Brazil and Peru to conduct ceremonies in Topanga Canyon, some charging thousands of dollars a session. L.A.-based companies like My Ketamine Home, Field Trip, and Akasa Journeys now provide guided therapy sessions, including ketamine and psilocybin treatments (licensed doctors can prescribe ketamine, and while imbibing hallucinogens like psilocybin and ayahuasca is still technically illegal, their ingredients are easily imported—or can be found just by taking a stroll in a forest).

You can buy psychedelic-infused bottled water online (not hallucinogenic) and magic-mushroom starter kits (legitimately hallucinogenic). New religions with mushrooms, peyote, and ayahuasca as their central sacraments are already here, and more are on the way. There’s even a 24-hour hotline you can call while tripping.

Indeed, psychedelics are becoming so mainstream, at least on this coast, that a few California cities, like Oakland and Santa Cruz, have already decriminalized some of them, while legislators in Sacramento are on the verge of introducing a bill that would decriminalize a whole slew of forbidden substances across the entire state.”

- “ ‘Shrooms! Shamans! Kosher LSD! Why Los Angeles Is Suddenly Tripping Out”, Los Angeles Magazine, Oct. 21, 2021


In this talk, Alan mentions the CIA’s involvement in culture creation and the fact that the CIA (and other intelligence agencies such as MI5 and MI6) have created businesses that are fronts but real businesses nonetheless.  The 1960s LSD phenomenon was a product of the CIA. The worldwide propaganda network that the CIA built certainly had tentacles within the U.S. (The Cultural Cold War: The CIA and the World of Arts and Letters, Frances Stonor Saunders)

Alan says he has never, ever gone astray, as far as he knows. He has had lots of offers from all the “wrong” people (in the alternative media world), and he turned them all down. He says that they always give you your leaders and those leaders are run by the big intelligence agencies.

The target of all these sciences is you and even your survival instincts are weaponized and used against you. Put up a firewall around your mind.

© Not Sure


Additional reading:

Sex And Covid-19 Coronavirus: Here Are 5 New Recommendations From NYC Health


Get ‘kinky’ with our graphic COVID sex orgy guide: NYC Health Department


We’re doing shots! Vaccinated or not, America wants to party again.


Belgian police shut down a 56-person sex party across the street from a hospital treating COVID-19 patients


How the government may end up with a stake in a sex-party company


Sex-starved couples are taking advantage of Covid rules easing by attending orgies


41 swingers test positive for COVID-19 after New Orleans sex convention


Pandemic effects ramp up drug risks


Cocaine, ice, ecstasy, ketamine—major changes in Australian drug use during 2021


COVID pandemic fuelling major increase in drug use worldwide: UN report


Jeffrey Epstein and the Decadence of Science


The Mind Has No Firewall - The US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters