Meme warfare is fought in the mental sphere, a subtle level of experience that is as real as the material, yet in a different way. The appearance of modern meme culture is a prime example of inspiration, power consolidation, consensus and realm-building at a subtle level of experience.
Human beings experience a cultural reality in concert with the physical one. This dimension of experience has been called many things, but here we will call it the “mental” level of experience. This is where culture exists, as a collection of concepts exchanged between minds.
In this mental sphere, there is group consciousness, and there is racial consciousness. These conceptual attractors are more than mere psychology, or in-group preference. We experience our in-group and racial group in ways that we can hardly articulate.
Once we spoke of Christendom and its fate (with Christendom as an attractor field in the mental sphere, being both tribal and religious). Likewise the influence of the classical culture of the Greeks persists long past its prime, due to the strength and wide dispersal of its concepts.
In ancient times, Gods were venerated, mantras were sung, sacrifices were made. These all served to create strong attractor fields in the mental sphere (quite possibly genuine mental environments, populated by disembodied entities who are native to said region, yet do not participate in the physical world. In this case, you could think of a God, such as Shiva or Loki, to be an actual environment at some level of existence.).
These collective mental patterns survive much longer than a human being, and in fact persist as long as someone may still access or remember them. A lot of the belief in alien entities is actually an intuition of the mental sphere and its activities (as well as higher levels that may be discussed later).
Whether or not there are physical extraterrestrials, there are ancient beliefs in God-tribes, such as the Tuatha Dé Danann (“People of the Goddess Danu”) who crossed over from one realm of existence to another.
A challenge we currently face is that something is hacking the mental sphere on both an individual and a collective level: “slipping in the back gate”. This pernicious force is commonly referred to as (((media influence))), Satanism, or black Elite/NWO psyop occultism. It is also sometimes seen to be a parasite force, entity or group of entities existing entirely in the mental realm of experience.
Whatever this negative influence truly is, we must be unafraid to confront its influence, and we must accept that the mental sphere is a valid dimension of experience. Furthermore, we must accept that we are being manipulated via it, and that there may or may not be actual independent entities at this level of experience.
A facet of this influence is a dark culture war aiming to extinguish, transform or supplant tribal memes, God-concepts, hero-conceptions, virtues, and ideals.
When media manipulators control the concepts of Gods, heroes, and ideals (this is largely achieved through the medium of modern cinema, a prime example being “superhero” films), and get us to affirm the concepts being presented as our own, they fundamentally control us at the level of the mental sphere. Subtle techniques of psychological and symbol manipulation are certainly employed towards their aims.
Being that the average individual is unaware of the importance of the mental level of experience and is not trained in “psychic self-defense” or “mental security”, these manipulators largely go unopposed.
For us to find a path forward, out of conceptual confusion and into a state of mental integration, we must first accept that we are in a place of darkness, and that we need to start seeking an exit. The memetic sphere of influential concepts is something we must come to terms with, without making incorrect or precipitous assumptions and falling into dark byways of delusion.