Sunday, 13 May 2012

1600-2000: planetary destruction in 400 years .


1600-2011AD "CHALLENGING THE PARADIGM"

It only took 400 years to completely change the geo-political, ecological, economic and social faces of the entire world. What an achievement !! Yes, I am being sarcastic. For whose benefit have the People and this Planet been deforested, enslaved, muzzled, blinded, polluted, lied to and been made bio-robots for ??

For whose benefit is all of this?
Anastasia in the Ringing Cedars of Russia Series shows us time and time again how the 'history' that we have been handed down and accepted as 'true' is a lie. Anastasia reveals that in Our Original Pristine State, People and the Environment ARE ONE. We live in harmony and support of each other.

There is no need for money, there is no need for menial repetitive labour, clerical or sales tasks to be performed, no need to buy a house or land, no need for supermarkets or the industrialisation of food, no need for cars, no need for a Share Market or Commodities Trading, no need to amass Gold or Silver, no need for a 'Third World', a 'Third World' that is only kept in poverty by the 'acceptance' of us in the 'Developed World' of a monetary system that demands high interest payment of our 'Third World' neighbours and therefore... We become the slave-masters by virtue of this 'acceptance' of this monetary system, of 2/3rds of the world's populations... and then we feel so good about ourselves because we have 'sponsored a child'. What a Tragedy !! ... one that has come about purely by our blindness and acceptance of 'how it is', unchallenged because we are so comfortable living with this whole system as our 'status quo'.

Huge goals for 'Conscious-Becoming' Man in the 21st Century include:
  • to challenge within Ourselves the paradigms around money, of banks, of 'purchasing power', of individualism, of competition, of exploitation, of consumerism, of "Wanting More", of "need". We all need to challenge these things personally. No other person can do this for us. We must challenge and inform our Own Selves. 
  • to challenge the paradigm of "Privilege" unconsciously held by people of light skin colour, to challenge the paradigm of "Victimisation" held by people of darker skin colour. It is all a lie. It is all part of the illusion. These are un-natural ways for people to 'Be' with each other. They were implemented and projected into the Wider Collective Consciousness many thousands of years ago so that there would always be a cheap and readily available labour force. It is not the Natural Way of Being... nor is it the Natural Way for us to Think about each other. It is a devised system serving only the Technocracy. 
  • to challenge the unchallenged "Dissemination of Un-Truth" by those in Technocratic rule, of our 'acceptance' and complacency of what they say, and of Our belief in Our Powerlessness

Come and 'un-school' with me using the creative resource of our minds to unravel the Idiocies we have so readily accepted as Truth. As children we have grown up into this world believing that "this is the way". As readers of the Cedars books, we have taken a huge step towards Consciousness.  Let's dialogue and explore these ideas here as they bubble to the surface within us from our Spirit-Connection with Creator who is within us and around us everywhere, and who wants to teach us The Truth if we would only stop and listen.

I read this article today, found as a link on a link that Starfire had sent.  Thanks brother...  concise, evocative, interesting...  I'm quoting chunks of it here from   

"... I think it was Balzac who said, Behind every great fortune, there’s a crime.  Thomas Paine went even further: he showed how the fortunes of the monarchies were based on the accumulated spoils of war; or taxing peasants into penury; outright theft from other “nobles,” and on and on.  Why grovel before such ciminals? he wondered. 
"So, in 1776 and 1789, in 1848 and 1914, in 1948 and 1959—in America, in France, all over Europe, in Russia, China, Cuba, and at other times and in other places around this hurting world, we’ve thrown your kind into the sea or under the guillotines, or stood you before firing squads—to make you stop!  Stop the thievery, stop the lies, stop the wars that line your bottomless pockets...

"... British-born Liz Taylor...   It’s said she died a billionaire...   that’s a thousand millionaires’ worth of dough!  It’s said she gave generously of her time to causes like AIDS, that she raised millions of dollars for AIDS.  I wonder: if she was so “generous,” how did she manage to amass a billion?  Let’s get this straight: It’s obscene to be a billionaire in a world where children starve!  Nobody needs a thousand million dollars!  ... Liz Taylor managed to convince a lot of people who had less than she—many far less—to give proportionately much more than she.  People in the “upper brackets” call this “philanthropy.”  Christ called it hypocrisy...

"What’s the “royal family” worth—$50,000,000,000 (I like to write out the numbers!)?    There’s Balmoral Castle with its 40,000 acres!--and Buckingham Palace and holdings in Ireland and God knows what else.  Rolls Royces and hunting lodges…

"To be fair, we have our royal asses here as well.  We’ve learned from you.  We’ve got money to cut taxes for our super-rich—top 1 or 2 percent--, but no money to pay teachers in Wisconsin, Ohio, New Jersey—you name it.  A mere three years ago, we had plenty of tax-payer money to bail out bankers and Wall Street fatcat-fast-talkers; but now: no money for schools; or to repair our roads and bridges; no money for health care.  No money to replace our aging fleet of torn-up aircraft, opening up like cans of sardines!  Money to keep the endless wars going, to plunder the oil.  Money for nuclear reactors and nuclear bombs; money for mediocre actresses and trumped up candidates like, er, Trump—and Gingrich, Obama, et. al.; but no money to educate the masses about the meaning, power, responsibility and beauty of real, down-home democracy.  We’ve got money to burn—so long as G.E. is making that money.  They can build faulty nuke reactors at Fukushima and across the U.S., make $14,000,000,000+ in profits and get a $3,500,000,000 tax credit to boot!  We’ve got plenty of dough to send up the smokestacks, but not enough for mental health programs to get to a guy like Loughner before he gets to a US Congresswoman and a 9-year old kid.

"A couple of months ago I heard that 20% of American adults are suffering from mental illness!  Which raises a chicken-or-egg question:  Did a crazy populace create this inane government/society… or was it the other way around? 

"The late, great Joe Bageant saw modern America as a “simulacrum”—a false image of reality; or a hologram—something projected.  We’ve been living with these projections for as long as I can remember—and I imagine the Greeks, Romans, ancient Isreaelites, Egyptians and Persians did plenty of projecting, too.  I guess it’s in our DNA to want out of our own skins; to project onto a screen or a sky images of gods and goddesses, heroes and villains, archetypes of evil or goodness—a Christ or a Satan.
"Here are 15 of the most mind-boggling green facts and statistics...

“Oxygen-starved dead zones [in the oceans] that cannot sustain life now cover an area roughly the size of the state of Oregon.

“1% of Australia’s untapped geothermal power potential could provide enough energy to last 26,000 years.
“Only 1% of China’s 560 million city residents breathe air that is considered safe by the European Union.

“The Wall Street bailout is costing taxpayers around $700 billion and growingYet, just 4% of the Wall Street bailout could end world hunger.

“Less than 1% of the world’s freshwater is readily available for human use.  Despite these problems, many people… are wasting water as if it will always be plentiful. … The average American household uses 300 gallons of water daily, with many wasting thousands of gallons every year on lawn irrigation.

 “Every day in the U.S., we produce enough trash to equal the weight of the Empire State Building.

“The Iraq War has cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $3 trillion. … A website called 3trillion.org lets you go on a shopping spree with that money, and  EarthFirst.com found that we could have spent that money on all of the following and much more:
"Universal health care for every American, switching all of the U.S. to run on solar power, building a national rapid transit system, cleaning up pollution in major cities, achieving universal literacy, repairing the damage done by Hurricane Katrina, providing non-violent leadership training for 10 million leaders across the world and buying new clothing, shoes, coats and school supplies for 10 million...


“Within 10 years, wind power could provide 20% of America’s power. as T. Boone Pickens points out, ‘If the government commits to modernizing our nation’s power grid in the same fashion that we modernized our highways, we can make some serious progress in a relatively short time.’

Recycling one ton of paper saves 17 trees, 2 barrels of oil, 4,100 kilowatts of energy, 3.2 cubic  yards of landfill space and 60 pounds of air pollution.”

“The human population on earth has grown more in the last 50 years than it did in the previous 4 million.

One in four mammals is at risk of extinction.

“At least 50 million acres of rainforest are lost every year, totaling an area the size of England, Wales and Scotland combined.

“Average temperatures will increase by as much as 12 degrees Fahrenheit by the end of the 21st century if greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise at the current pace.

“If the entire world lived like the average American, we’d need 5 planets to provide enough resources.”

"...This is my home. … I live here with 7,000,000,000 other souls… and there are only 1210 of your kind here.  This is my home… and you and your kind have been messing it up and strutting around like you own it since the pharaohs, since Angra Mainyu, since the time of Huang Ti...

"This is our home, all that we have—all 7,000,000,000 of us… and you… you are the guests in our home, and not the other way around!

"That scientist-poet Carl Sagan said it as well as anyone:

“Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives. The aggregate of our joy and suffering, thousands of confident religions, ideologies, and economic doctrines, every hunter and forager, every hero and coward, every creator and destroyer of civilization, every king and peasant, every young couple in love, every mother and father, hopeful child, inventor and explorer, every teacher of morals, every corrupt politician, every ‘superstar,’ every ‘supreme leader,’ every saint and sinner in the history of our species lived there-on a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam.”
"...This culture of excess must end… or we shall all end soon “on a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam.”

Original Post: Apr 19th, RC Action Network
by Bronwyn

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