Monday, June 10, 2013

Humanity in Chaos / a booklet

Humanity in Chaos / a booklet Introduction . Chapters Have you met any human beings recently Have you ever thought of yourself as a ‘human being’? Do you ever reflect on the notion that the individuals living around you could also be human beings? Are you able to grasp the concept that the almost seven billion individuals living on our planet Earth are possibly also human beings just like you? Personally I don’t think some people relate well to the idea that other beings around them are human beings, too. I get the impression some human beings draw lines around groups of individuals and say, “We’re human beings, but they’re not!” Here on planet Earth a lot of human beings are treated worse than dogs. Enculturation Charles T. Tart calls enculturation a ‘consensus trance’: “... the hypnotist [is] personified as the culture [and/or science] ... [and in this trance state we lose] much of our essential vitality. It is ... a state of ... an inability to [intellectually] function, a daze, a stupor. It is also a state of ... abstractions about reality.” This consensus trance, the cultural-scientific entrainment of human beings into a disunited mass, has the uncanny ability to hypnotize people into a consensus to terrorize the dirty Arabs and be terrorized by the dirty Arabs. We need to lower the threshold of the noise that surrounds us Ingo Swann talks about ‘consensus reality’ as a ‘signal-to-noise’ ratio: “Signal is the message or information. Noise is whatever distorts, deforms, prevents, interferes with, disorganizes, changes or aborts the signal down to the point where the signal might not be locatable or received at all.” The quality and strength of any signal is dependent upon the level of noise filtering it. Are there filters in place that distort information or prevent information from ever reaching humanity? The mass media and our governments are the signal or the noise? To what degree is our cultural-scientific entrainment a signal or just noise? I would suggest that our frequent refusal to distinguish between signal and noise, especially in Western society, definitely hasn’t made our world a better place to live in. Too often human beings confuse the noise for the message. Why did I write this booklet Firstly, I’m a human being, and I grieve for the Hell we’ve created here on Paradise, or what we call our home, our planet Earth. Secondly, I believe that as a human being my responsibility at this moment of time is to propagate through the noise a synthesis of signals others have been sending out to their fellow human beings since the beginning of time. I suggest, as millions of others have already done and are still doing, that the time is long overdue to find the signal through the trance and honestly question why we’ve let our life here on Earth become a living Hell. It’s time to move out of our present cultural-scientific entrainment of self-destruction and reclaim our right to be loving human beings here on planet Earth. I didn’t write this booklet for financial profit. The booklet’s free to whomever wants to read it. My hope is that in some small way it will encourage humanity to work together to create a more positive place for us here on Earth and in our Solar System, Galaxy and Cosmos. If you believe the information in this booklet is a signal through the trance, please feel free to share it. Karl F. Stewart Briançon, France . 2008 / a booklet . 0 . Preface . Dedication . Copyright . pdf . 1 . The dreamland of normality . pdf Have you ever reflected on the idea that Western society is similar to a loop film? In the 1970s, Western society was fighting for freedom in Vietnam. Today it’s fighting for freedom in Iraq. Tomorrow it could be fighting in Iran or China. The 1970s had a recession. Now there’s another recession. And do you really believe the economic situation in the future will be different? War and economic dependency seem to be the mainstays of our society. Has this programed loop of destructive chaos become the normality we call life? . 2 . Society is allergic to love . pdf Try mentioning to friends or acquaintances that the guiding principle by which you live your life is to feel love in your heart for humanity. Everyone will look at you and start laughing. They’ll think you’re joking. Instead, if you say to your friends that you hate humanity, they’ll sit there quietly and silently nod their heads in understanding. People can relate to hate. But our society doesn’t relate well to love. Many human beings have trashed love as a global human experience. If you express love for humanity, you are often viewed as living in a fairy tale world, as being unrealistic, as being weak or of even being a religious extremist. . 3 . Love and the theory of evolution . pdf Evolution. What in our life doesn’t appear to evolve from one form to another? Thoughts, children, animals, plants, basically all things in life, seem to move from one stage of evolution into another form of realization. Therefore, it would seem logical, given the obvious fact that everything is in a state of evolution or transformation, that life is an evolutionary process. Consequently, according to many, we all grew out of microbes after a cosmic big bang and then became monkeys and now something that we call human beings. And who knows what we will be tomorrow. It isn’t difficult to accept evolution as a main component of human existence. In every aspect of our lives we experience a continuous evolution, a change from one form into another. The problem, though, is that evolution has taken a very banal concept and has turned it into religious fanaticism. . 4 . Creationist and their monopoly on God . pdf Have you ever taken a minute to think about poor God? Even if you don’t believe in God, try for a moment to be compassionate to the concept of God, because God deserves a moment of compassion. Do you really believe God created all there is and all there will ever be just to be sold as merchandise on some shelf next to cleaning products in some supermarket? But that’s exactly what creationists and evolutionists have done to God. They killed the magnificence of God and then redesigned the corpse as a piece of plastic so they could get rich. . 5 . The poetic awe of doubting our creation . pdf In the introduction to the Penguin Classics translation of the Bhagavad Gita by Juan Mascaró, there is a quote from the Vedas where it is written: Only God sees in highest heaven. He only knows from where comes this universe, and whether it was made or uncreated. He only knows, or perhaps he knows not. What I find beautiful about the thought expressed in this translation is that someone, one of us, a human being, could imagine that even God could possibly have a doubt about the creation or non-creation of the Cosmos, about its existence. The concept expresses very poetically the awe of contemplating the complexity of the origins of all there ever was, all there is and all there will ever be. That awe is the beauty in life we too often fail to acknowledge. . 6 . Our potential in life is to think and create . pdf We have the expression, “You are what you eat”. And could we say, “You eat what you think”? Or could we say, “You feel what you think”? Or “You see what you think”? Or even, “You re-think what you think”? There is not one moment in our lives when we are not thinking. We are constantly conscious of our existence. And though many human beings would love to live the activity of thinking as a default process, the nature of thought’s activity will never allow them to rest in peace. Thought demands attention! . 7 . Imprinting our thoughts on our lives . pdf Is it possible for us to look at the words that dominate our societies today, and then look around us and see the effects these words have had on our environment, our lives? Our planet is dying, and rapidly. We as a humanity are dying, and rapidly. And what are we interested in? The iPhone! Go to Google or You Tube and look up what have been the top search words or most viewed videos in our societies. What are we thinking of? The priorities humanity has chosen for itself are truly astounding. . 8 . The cosmic field of humanity's oneness . pdf Is it possible that the simple thought of “to move or not to move” could have tremendous effects on our environment, on our lives? If much of humanity is constantly moving through life on default, then what effects do mindless behaviors have on life? If you’re creating disinformation, or torturing and killing other human beings, do your actions flap like the wings of a butterfly creating ripples that repeat themselves multiple times throughout our environment and generate massive murder and torture in other parts of our planet? Do your so-called trivial acts of mindlessness and indifference in some remote torture chamber or newspaper office create our Iraqs, East Timors or Cambodias? . 9 . Whites . The new blacks of America . pdf / middle class racists learn what it means to be economically poor Welcome to America – the land of the obese, the undereducated, the poor and the drugged. Not to mention that Americans are being killed uselessly abroad through war; that America is being poisoned through chemtrails and other biological events in its own land; and its territory has been destroyed by nuclear testing and nuclear waste. White America for the past 30 years has been looking more and more like the traditional stereotype of a black American than the mythical white supremacist. 10 . Why use the word 'conspiracy' . pdf The reason many groups are so-called secret is simply because most people refuse to do the research necessary to find out who these people are. And quite honestly, I think most people would say they don’t want to know. And regarding the notion that the actions of these so-called ‘secret’ groups are illegal, well, international banking, as corrupt as it is, is actually legal! The genocide by the Coalition Forces in Iraq was ‘legalized’ by their governments! And in response to the concept that these groups are ‘harmful’, humanity’s willful ignorance about these groups has shown itself to be even more harmful to humanity than these groups could have ever been. 11 . The secret of power is a banality, its consequencies aren't . pdf The banality of the secret to power is that you have to be willing to murder anyone anywhere anytime. That’s the banality of power. And because those groups who hold power don’t want the rest of humanity to know the banal secret of their power, they wrap the concept of power in divinity, secrecy and mysticism. 12 . Preface to present day monetary system Not completed. 13 . Money : An illusion of wealth . pdf Part 1 . Part 2 . Part 3 Everybody talks about money because everybody wants money. Regardless of where you go humanity is there with its hand outstretched groping for money. Governments want money, so they ask their citizens to give it to them. People want money, so they ask their governments to give it to them. God wants money, so God asks the church to go ask governments and people to give the church money. 14 . Globalization . pdf Part 1 . Part 2 . Part 3 . Part 4 Globalization is the internationalization of debt and the consequent acquisition of the world’s natural resources after local economies have been bankrupted. Globalization is the bankrupting of humanity by private financial institutions under the auspices of national governments. Corporations are nothing more than the third leg of this tripartite system. We could call corporations the executors of the bankruptcy. copyright © 2011 karl f. stewart

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