We said that we make the path as we walk. And we said we had to lay new track as a civilization because the last track we laid was definitely headed for disaster.
What disaster was it headed for? Nuclear World War III for one thing. That was the plan. Take Afghanistan. Take Iraq. Take Iran. And watch the Chinese and the Russians join us in WWIII.
In the meantime, use extreme weather warfare: tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanoes. Spread death by manmade pandemic or toxic vaccines. Or by chemtrails. Or by incarceration in a FEMA camp. Anyone who doesn’t know this need only search this site.
And there’s so much more to the story but suffice it to say our train was indisputably headed for disaster.
What brought all this on? A series of overarching beliefs that provided the conceptual structure in which this world operated. Those beliefs were:
(1) That only what we see, touch, hear, smell, and feel are real.
(2) That everything is separate from everything else.
(3) That we live this life and then we die.
(4) That all while alive are engaged in a struggle to possess and control life’s necessities.
(5) That there isn’t enough to go around.
(6) That only the strongest survive.
(7) That this situation persists because there are no solutions. There’s nothing anyone can do about it. It’s a natural state of affairs.
These are the rails that go to make up the track that leads to disaster. Our conditioning is what keeps us on rails. Meet the train engineer, whose name is Autopilot. All aboard for the Disaster Express.
Even though we may not like the paradigms of the old Third, they’re nevertheless familiar to us and perceived as being inevitable. Many of us see them as “necessary evils.”
At best we develop skill at manipulating the “rules of the game.” We know how to “look good.” We know how to get in the zone and play one side off against each other.
We know the rules of an us-against-them world. We know how to play the system. We know how to look out for #1.
And that’s as far as we got. And that alone was enough to set the world on the road to ecological disaster, religious disaster, economic disaster, military disaster, etc.
So this is the map of the terrain that we don’t want to cover again. This is where we don’t want to go.
Where do we want to go?