If I were to say “We need a new culture for a modern society,” does that statement belong to Sociology or Anthropology?
Sociology claims “society.” Anthropology claims “culture.”
I grew so tired of disciplinary boundaries when I was at college.
I decline any longer to honor any of those boundaries. I reject all disciplines as they’re presently constituted and call for a complete overhaul of the university.
Leave the confining paradigm of “empirical materialism” behind. Empirical materialism holds that only what can be seen, heard, touched, etc., is real. A very convenient paradigm for the cabal.
If you don’t, then… sorry, grandfather, you’ll have to go back in the closet. Sorry, guardian angels, men from outer space, orbs and elementals, everyone, shoo! Shoo! Shoo!
Empirical materialism is too small to contain reality. We need a new paradigm based on a constantly-opening inquiry into the meaning of existence and the laws behind life. Not wedged into a shoebox of any kind, empirical-materialist or otherwise.
Whether we’re conscious of it or not, we are building a new culture for a modern society, a society of the future. It’s not only based in the divine qualities, the foremost being love, but it’s cognizant of and takes into account the universal laws.
This new society cannot create from confining materialist paradigms. The global elite never intended that we as citizens be creative and now the time of their control has ended. All confining paradigms have to go, along with everything else that didn’t work in past days.
Who among the lightworkers and loveholders would argue that a new culture could be built on anything other than the divine qualities? I don’t see a hand up.
Throw away your constitutions, charters, treaties and agreements. Bring everything back to the divine qualities, and, above all, bring it back to love.
Who claims love among the academic disciplines, gentlemen?
Not a hand goes up.
We’ll have to change that.
A mechanic can’t fix an airplane if he or she has no knowledge of its mechanics, of the principles of its operation. By the same token, we cannot build a new culture for our modern society without a knowledge of the mechanics of life – predominant among which is the knowledge brought to us by enlightenment, an extremely subjective event.
We need to take into account the principles of the operations of consciousness, love, interdimensionality, and the multiverse. Our sciences need to make their peace with the subjective as well as the objective. We need to venture into the unknown.
We need a culture that’s both porous and expansive enough to account for the miracles we’re about to see and the spaces in consciousness we’re going to explore. Our new culture has to welcome creativity, exploration, and innovation. And our academia has to allow non-conforming minds to investigate new areas and cross-fertilize existing fields.