Tuesday, April 16, 2013

A Powerful Message from the latest casualty of this New World Order:

How do you think families across the world feel about losing family members daily by the American Army and Navy? About 120,000 (Some reports say 1 Million!) innocent humans (Iraqi and other Middle Eastern people)  have been viciously murdered in the name of "Freedom and Democracy" since 2003! That's 1,000 people a month that have lost their lives because of this New World Order. War is the biggest money-maker on this planet and 9-11, which was coordinated and conducted by crazy elitists and bankers with intentions to commence a new "War" on something, oh "Terror," while carrying on with business as usual. #UnFuckingReal

Come on Pat Oswalt!

My response to the comedian....

Boston. Fucking horrible.
I remember, when 9/11 went down, my reaction was, "Well, I've had it with humanity."
But I was wrong. I don't know what's going to be revealed to be behind all of this mayhem. One human insect or a poisonous mass of broken sociopaths.
But here's what I DO know. If it's one person or a HUNDRED people, that number is not even a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of a percent of the population on this planet. You watch the videos of the carnage and there are people running TOWARDS the destruction to help out. (Thanks FAKE Gallery founder and owner Paul Kozlowski for pointing this out to me). This is a giant planet and we're lucky to live on it but there are prices and penalties incurred for the daily miracle of existence. One of them is, every once in awhile, the wiring of a tiny sliver of the species gets snarled and they're pointed towards darkness.
But the vast majority stands against that darkness and, like white blood cells attacking a virus, they dilute and weaken and eventually wash away the evil doers and, more importantly, the damage they wreak. This is beyond religion or creed or nation. We would not be here if humanity were inherently evil. We'd have eaten ourselves alive long ago.
So when you spot violence, or bigotry, or intolerance or fear or just garden-variety misogyny, hatred or ignorance, just look it in the eye and think, "The good outnumber you, and we always will."

Pat: It's easy to come up with an inspirational post about "fighting" good and evil, which our current Plutocracy, corporatism, war-culture wants?! It's not about "Evil" and "Good," that's more of the propaganda that has been spoon-fed to us for years. We KNOW why these bombings happen, as we bomb countries for a living and have set that precedent hundreds of years ago. We are conditioned to fight and compete with one another to make money to survive and hardships, wars, depressions, "terrorism" are all encouraged under this form of society that has been "accepted" by naive, ignorant, uneducated people. Our culture is in decline, we are killing the earth and innocent people daily for the "Right of 'Democracy' and 'Freedom.'" We all need to wake up from our social coma and tackle these man-made ROOT problems that do not need to occur. There are currently 3.5 million homeless people in America, with 18.5 million vacant homes?! Maybe if we didn't have to play this monopoly game AKA life, which is controlled by the scandalous Federal Reserve, there wouldn't be such aberrant, unnatural behavior from the majority of humans.

Andrew Jackson: The Man who Dismantled the 2nd Bank of America, but Ironically has been the face of the $20 bill for years?!

Jackson is the only man in our HISTORY (Hi Story) to decimate the US National Bank, the 2nd Bank of America. Banks to this day adore debt-based money which the Fed makes a profit on by printing money out of thin air and charging interest on it. Ironically enough though, "Old Hickory" is on every single $20 Bill and the reasoning for it is unknown so far in my research. Sounds to me as if the the Secretary of Treasury in 1862 selected Jackson for twenties to Gloat!?! WoW.

Friday, April 5, 2013

Sacred Economics: Favorite Quotes...

Chapter 1
"Our lives are given us; therefore, our default state is gratitude. It is the truth of our existence."

"While I believe in the fundamental divinity of human beings, I also recognize that we have embarked on a long sojourn of separation from that divinity, and created a world in which ruthless sociopaths rise to wealth and power."

"Economists, in telling the history of money, tend to project this modern distinction backward, and with it some deep assumptions about human nature, the self, and the purpose of life: that we are discrete and separate selves competing for scarce resources to maximize our self-interest."

"By facilitating trade, motivating efficient production, and allowing the accumulation of capital to undertake large-scale projects, money should enrich life: it should bestow upon us ease, leisure, freedom from anxiety, and an equitable distribution of wealth. Indeed, conventional economic theory predicts all of these results. The fact that money has become an agent of the opposite—anxiety, hardship, and polarization of wealth—presents us with a paradox."

"I am not a “primitivist” who advocates the abandonment of civilization, of technology and culture, of the gifts that make us human. I foresee rather the restoration of humanity to a sacred estate, bearing all the wholeness and harmony with nature of the hunter-gatherer time, but at a higher level of organization. I foresee the fulfillment, and not the abdication, of the gifts of hand and mind that make us human."

"It is ironic indeed that money, originally a means of connecting gifts with needs, originally an outgrowth of a sacred gift economy, is now precisely what blocks the blossoming of our desire to give, keeping us in deadening jobs out of economic necessity, and forestalling our most generous impulses with the words, 'I can’t afford to do that.'"

"Our purpose for being, the development and full expression of our gifts, is mortgaged to the demands of money, to making a living, to surviving. Yet no one, no matter how wealthy, secure, or comfortable, can ever feel fulfilled in a life where those gifts remain latent. Even the best-paid job, if it does not engage our gifts, soon feels deadening, and we think, 'I was not put here on earth to do this.'"

"In nature, headlong growth and all-out competition are features of immature ecosystems, followed by complex interdependency, symbiosis, cooperation, and the cycling of resources. The next stage of human economy will parallel what we are beginning to understand about nature. It will call forth the gifts of each of us; it will emphasize cooperation over competition; it will encourage circulation over hoarding; and it will be cyclical, not linear. Money may not disappear anytime soon, but it will serve a diminished role even as it takes on more of the properties of the gift. The economy will shrink, and our lives will grow."

Chapter 2:
"I disagree with those environmentalists who say we are going to have to make do with less. In fact, we are going to make do with more: more beauty, more community, more fulfillment, more art, more music, and material objects that are fewer in number but superior in utility and aesthetics. The cheap stuff that fills our lives today, however great its quantity, can only cheapen life."

"Amidst superabundance, even we in rich countries live in an omnipresent anxiety, craving “financial security” as we try to keep scarcity at bay. We make choices (even those having nothing to do with money) according to what we can “afford,” and we commonly associate freedom with wealth. But when we pursue it, we find that the paradise of financial freedom is a mirage, receding as we approach it, and that the chase itself enslaves. The anxiety is always there, the scarcity always just one disaster away. We call that chase greed. Truly, it is a response to the perception of scarcity."

"When everything is subject to money, then the scarcity of money makes everything scarce, including the basis of human life and happiness. Such is the life of the slave—one whose actions are compelled by threat to survival."

"We live in an abundant world, made otherwise through our perceptions, our culture, and our deep invisible stories. Our perception of scarcity is a self-fulfilling prophecy. Money is central to the construction of the self-reifying illusion of scarcity."

Chapter 3:
"We have created a god in the image of our money: an unseen force that moves all things, that animates the world, an “invisible hand” that orders human activity, non-material yet ubiquitous."

"In its sacred form, money is the implement of a story, an embodied agreement that assigns roles and focuses intention."

"Money as universal means enables us to do nearly anything, but do we want it to be an exclusive means too, so that without it we can do nearly nothing? The time has come to master this tool, as humanity steps into an intentional, conscious new role on the earth."

The Kardashev Scale and Neil's 1% Theory are Quite Parallel

Michio Kaku talks of the 4 types of civilizations which coincide with Neil De Grasse's theory about the next 1% of sophisticated humans. Humans are now transitioning from Type 0 Civilization, to Type 1, if we survive! #MindBoggling
The Kardashev Scale – Type I, II, III, IV & V Civilization