These daze I’m constantly confronted by how compliant the AustrAlien majority are easily fed (Bs), poorly read, readily led. Ignorance rules supreme. Fools are easily fooled and easier to please. 🤧😷🤮☠️👽💀 Have another shot of “hopeium” folks, da guvment will look afta ya!
Being compliant, conforming, cooperative, non-questioning, is exactly what the dominant cultural “system” requires to continue its dominance and spread throughout the world as we know it. This “spread”, this viral infection in humankind started approximately 10,000 years ago, the beginning of what some refer to as the start of the “Great Forgetting”.
In order to start to understand what is this “way of life”—and what it costs to maintain across the nations — our world — and how we got here, I can only encourage those that can — to “question everything” that you’ve learnt, or have been told, or continue to hear.
Don’t just have a logical mind, or a scientific mind, or spiritual mind. Don’t have a “closed mind” or a mindset formed by a set of “beLIEfs” that have just been passed-on. Have an “open-mind”, consider all possibilities.
Don’t get stuck, or fixated. Be prepared to change, to evolve, to grow, to mature, to give-up those beliefs that no longer can be maintained in the face of rapidly changing and challenging times. The uncomfortableness, that millions are feeling within, and seeing around themselves, and hearing about from all corners of the globe, is a warning symptom that somethings are just not right.
“Huston, we have a problem.” Now is the time for all to truly get involved with uncovering, exorcising, healing, correcting and adjusting our individual and shared mistruths, our unhealthy indoctrinated, culturally conditioned biases and beliefs, our unhelpful habits, our current, collective ways of living.
Silence, compliance, conforming, sanitising, uniforming, is not the way of Nature… it is the ways of normal.
COLONisation, the most insidious, covert conSPIRITcy & “virus” known to humankind. 10,OOO years of contamiNATIONS & ALIENations.
“Palaeontology exposed the Great Forgetting. Palaeontology made it clear that mankind had not arrived on Planet Earth when civilisation emerged. We had lived for a very long time, millions of years in fact, in a completely different way. Mankind hadn’t fallen from the natural state into primitive living. That was how we began.
“Looking back on it one could assume that the exposure of the Great Forgetting would have been a momentous discovery. It should have shook the very foundations of our way of thinking, the very foundations of our culture. One could have assumed that this would have led to some fundamental changes about who we are and how we should live.
“But it didn’t. The Great Forgetting just got explained away. Instead of admitting that two very different and legitimate ways of living had been adopted by mankind in his history the thinkers of the 19th Century came up with this: man may have been born into this world as a primitive savage but he was destined to become a civilisation builder.
“In essence they said: “Who cares that we didn’t arrive as a civilisation builder. It was our destiny to become a civilisation builder. Now that we are here who cares what went before us. Those people that lived before us were just a precursor to us. They weren’t important.”
Be true to your Self, be your unique self. Now that takes “strength” & courage in a world of conformity, compliance, uniformity and normalcy.
In my line of work, and amongst the oh so many people I’ve had dealings with over several decades, how so many have spoken a lot, about compassion, caring, concern for the state of their world and their fellow humans, the environment, & such like. Yet, when life presents them with the opportunity to do so, they did nothing.
When they could’ve or should’ve made that difference at the time, in that circumstance — for another — they didn’t.
There are many “fallen angels” living amongst us, that need a hand, a gesture of kindness, a moment of compassion — presented to us, each and every day — giving us the opportunity to act on the words and rhetoric we profess. Yet, most of us will fail to recognise as such, or choose to ignore.
The quality of how we have lived, and that of our “souls” — our compassion in action — our connectedness to life — is what makes the difference. It is not the quantity nor quality of our words, nor the things we accumulate, that is the measure of a meaningful life.
Too many, too often, start from “what’s in it for me” or “what’s this going to cost”, or “I don’t have the time”, before they give to the need.