While Libra, with its ideas of justice, justice, harmony, balance and fairness, should symbolize and characterize much of the systems of human organizations and governments, in fact the Humanity has almost always had to suffer the worst aspects of the opposite symbol, Aries1. Thus, even under the guise of democracy, people have too often had to endure the tyranny of individuals or groups eager for power and control over others and situations. “Leaders” of all kinds, whether by self-proclamation, trickery, strength, or any other means which is more or less coercive, violent, or dishonest, have generally risen to crush the mass of those whom, on the contrary, they should serve. Their psychological profile has often been psychopathic. This one was sometimes extreme. They could then kill in series, directly or by jacks, without feeling any remorse.
As Humanity gets closer to maturity after its teenage crises marked notably by the two world wars and by the so-called war on terrorism, it is time to live the society on more responsible, more voluntary, more creative, more constructive basis … in short more adults. It is therefore time to consider the organization and social life from the angle of a real freedom as the responsible individual and goodwill can claim.
I wonder how we can be both a war monger or a war advocate (against Iran or any other nation) and at the same time believe ourself or make others to believe us to be socialist and / or democrat (like a Bernie Sanders). It seems to me that, theoretically, socialists and democrats should have at heart, above all, the physical and moral well-being of peoples.
With their inventiveness, perhaps not always very healthy and constructive, human beings have managed to cheat on many things: on the amount of gold they possessed, covering for example lead with a thin gold leaf ; on gasoline to which water can be added at the risk of having to clean the carburetor; on the […]
When Man was able to go around the Earth, he explored the continents to extract gold and wealth. When he was able to fly in the air, he abandoned his gods. Now he thinks he’s one of them and dreams of conquering space. His planet too small does not allow him the expected prosperity. Seven […]
Whether we base on the great religious prophecies (Biblical, Koranic …) or on the simple logic associated with the observation of facts and history, the New World Order will inevitably have an end (see also: Life and Death of Systems, The law of degradation or increase of disorder and chaos). We can then ask ourselves […]
Considering as a system any organized set of elements that evolves following one or more laws, entities as diverse as human beings, empires or planets are then systems. Here we posit as a principle or axiom that any system combines a material or substantial dimension of a more or less tangible nature and a subtle […]
Since the invention of agriculture, humanity has embarked on a process of increasing complexity of its existence. Starting from nomadic, semi-sedentary or scattered rural societies, it began to build more and more populated cities, until arriving at modern megacities. At the same time, driven by the instinct of survival, then by greed, it has created more and more extensive empires and is currently trying to achieve one on a global scale, the New World Order.
Like an individual, Humanity “breathes”. It alternates phases of inspiration and expiration. As a collective organism, it does not breathe air, but consciousness. In a phase of inspiration, society is reborn, evolves, and organizes itself in more and more complex forms. Particularly inspired individuals and groups create masterpieces, some of which can span the centuries. […]
It seems that the best way to know something is to experience it ourselves directly. Can a knowledge that remains bookish or through videos, to mention just two examples of intermediaries, indeed achieve the same completeness? Can we know the sculpture without sculpting ourselves, an emotion without feeling it ourselves, the sea while staying on […]
Atheism and agnosticism, having in common that they do not concern themselves with a universal or transcendent creative principle, possibly come down to materialistic beliefs. Referring to the article “To Serve Humanity Or To Rely On The Will Of The Father?“, These forms of belief are comparable to religions of an exclusively feminine nature. They […]
The new religious movement, New Age, highlights the notions of service to humanity and of the Servant of the world in connection with the Aquarian era. For the past two thousand years, Christianity has focused more on the Savior of the world who has relied on the Will of his Father and the love of […]
Humanism New Age Christianity Light = Knowledge (Gnosis) Light = Divine Love Unconditional Human Rights Duties of Man (The 10 commandments +1 new) Civil Morale Dependent on Circumstances Universal Moral Conscience Have for god Lucifer, the bearer of light Have for god the Father or the Cause of creation (the “Word”) Man in the center […]
Fanaticism comes from an excess of devotion to an ideal, an ideology, a cause or even to a person, an animal or an idealized object. It is therefore not limited or restricted to the field of religious beliefs, but is also found in politics (because of ideologies and political parties), in show business (towards “stars”), […]
Modern science emerged approximately at the time of the French Revolution, more than two centuries ago. Since then, Humanity has embarked on a race for technological “progress” which is directly derived from it and which remains closely associated with it. A quick overview will determine whether the exponential scientific and technological progress has or has […]
In Quebec, shoveling snow is a normal practice for common people who are lucky or unfortunate enough to live in a house, even when they have a snowblower that is not out of order. This one is indeed not very effective to remove the snow from the stairs or narrow paths and even less the […]
The total enslavement of an individual or a human group cannot be done as long as this one has free access to the resources he needs to fulfill his corresponding needs (see Note on the Collapse of Civilizations). Since some of the needs are more vital than others, controlling the corresponding resources is particularly important […]
Socrates is credited with the following anecdote, when one day someone came to find him to speak badly of one of his friends: – Do you know what I just learned about your friend? – A moment. Before you tell me more, I’d like you to pass the three-strainer test. – The three colanders?! – […]
For elites who wish to be able to control the popular masses better and better, the best system is one that gives these masses the illusion of freedom, but actually offers the constraint. The latter is called “Democracy” which in theory means a form of government assumed by the people themselves, and therefore implies that […]