Maybe starting to understand a little more from “society of the spectacle”, the Christian allusions initially lost me but can understand that the performative nature of religion has tendencies noticeable in the performance of capitalism in general. The spectacle itself as a performance of history and a becoming of this inevitable rise of capitalism which really isn’t as inevitable as supposed. History has supposedly lead to this. The illusion completes the bigger illusion from one spectacle to the next. In the middle of another book that also challenges different ideas of history coming from Hegel through the Christian cannon. Mmmmm? Better keep reading.