Explore the two links above and ask
yourself, what stands between the two. What prevents the top to be realized? And
what opens the door to the lower?
It is not natural for mankind to
be genocidal, but we are taught to love it, because it is the easy way to go.
And so we sing the tune that the piper pipes. Oh, it is easy to sing along.
Singing along doesn't require one to even open ones eyes. And why should one?
Isn't it a forgone conclusion that civilization is collapsing, the world is
corrupt, the Universe is winding down, the Earth is running out of energy,
mankind has outgrown its resources, we are even overheating our planet, and
gravity is the force there is and its limits are finite, the human being has
become a cancer that is destroying everything because of the finity of nature is
beyond avail? And so the song of the age is to do reduce living to a crawl,
enjoy the moment and accept impotence, relish the grave as it ends all strife.
Some call this bliss, because running against the grain requires more than what
the easy chair offers. Freedom requires power. Science requires honesty. Is
anyone willing to let go of such long-cherished and worn-out concepts as: the
flat-Earth belief, the big-bang theory, the gravity-only Universe, the
black-hole cosmology, or the Milankowitch Ice Age
If the answer is yes, one then
faces quite a few formidable tasks, such as facing the profound evidence of
in which gravity is no longer the only force in the Universe. Suddenly limits to
power fall away in the face of a Universe that is filled with power. In the face
of this, the blessed comfort provided by the easy chair becomes ugly and reeks
of fascism. Genocide isn't a solution then anymore, but a death-orgy. The same
happens with economic collapse when the power of the credit society principle
becomes recognized. Monetarism suddenly becomes recognized as a looting-orgy
that prevents every form of development from ever taking place. A similar thing
happens when mankind acknowledges its profound humanity and its inalienable
freedom as human beings. In its light the rule of empire that kings and emperors
have idealized for millennia, becomes suddenly as recognized as a stranglehold
that has cheated mankind of its native air of created prosperity in a
renaissance world. In the same sense the presently idealized green genocide of
energy poverty looses its luster in the sight of the absolute power that the
Universe offers to mankind, even as it light up the Sun.