The question of how we occupy this world? What do we agree on? How should we live? What rules should we make? Who should make them? What rules should we follow? How much should it cost to live, and who should we pay? Why do any of that? Is any of it necessary, really?
Much of the content here deals with our physical world. As a species, we have lived in this planet as various civilizations for many thousands of years longer than what is generally believed, and subsequently enforced by modern science. There have been many extinction level events that have wiped out civilizations on this planet that were developed into the tens of thousands of years. There are civilizations sharing our planet even now that live in the deep caverns of our planet that are hundreds of thousands of years old, who think of us as the ‘surface population’. The planets Venus and Mars were both populated billions and millions of years ago and the great asteroid that belt weaves through our solar system was previously known to be a very large planet of which Mars was a green moon, which was turned into a barren desert planet with no atmosphere as a result of the destruction of this unknown former mega-planet in our system, thus creating the great asteroid belt. Traces of buildings and structures can be seen on the larger fragments inhabiting the asteroid belt, so we know it once was the home of an advanced civilization.
All of these issues are common knowledge among the upper echelons of NASA and other factions of the deep state and higher levels of world governments that are not subject to public knowledge and oversight. Yet that is not the focus of this conversation entirely. The point I make about describing advanced civilizations that both historically and presently inhabit our planet and solar system is to focus on what aspects and characteristics make up an advanced civilization. For until we shine a light on this, and recognize it, we cannot hope to expand or move into it.
Simply speaking, it is knowledge, understanding and truth. Religions are man made constructs. You may have heard it said that most all religions of the world share core beliefs based in goodness, love, etc. All of religion is simply the attempt to explain how things in our universe work, when such cannot be explained by science. Religion, faith, a particular belief system, is the bridge that extends from the point where science, or mental knowledge and understanding of our universe stops, and acceptance or belief in a truth exists.
In simple terms, when we don’t actually know what is the truth, we simply make up an answer for it, we commonly say ‘it must be this way’, and then science declares this to be the most logical axiom, thereafter accepted as the base of our knowledged, which is subsequently enforced through shame, ridicule and even fear and threats.
So the question that this article really asks is, why is it that we really need governance in the first place? Why is it even necessary that we need rules for others to follow in the first place? What creates a situation that requires that a portion of us create rules for all to follow? Is there not simply a self-evident way to inhabit this life collectively in harmony?
We have rules that tell us what we are supposed to do, and rules that tells us what we are not supposed to do.
In an advanced and enlightened civilization, are they necessary? I could argue that in an advanced civilization there may be laws in place that serve the purpose of helping to outline methods of co-working that facilitate easy operation of society, and while there is always free will, is enforcement necessary? Would members even feel the necessity of acting in a way that would be perceived as the breaking of a law? In an advanced society, why should that even be necessary? One could argue that a rule written from the consciousness of divisiveness where you and I currently inhabit would never have existed in the first place! It is really only our civilization that does this. The reason for this is because we are missing a certain knowledge and understanding (a.k.a. belief), that we as a collective should have naturally acquired over a generation ago, were we actually allowed to progress naturally without being the subject of significant interference. Though still there are individuals and small groups among us that acquired these more advanced thought systems despite the collectively dumbing-down of the masses.
The concept of ‘we’ is one that I believe needs addressing at this point. In order to fully understand the concept of ‘we’, it becomes necessary to fully understand the concept of ‘I’hey. Before getting into that however, let us simply address the ‘what if’ scenarios about our world, maybe by addressing some key world problems.
Global warming if caused by burning of fossil fuels, need not be in existence any longer, because advanced energy technologies were realized by our species in the early 20th century.
Poverty and famine are caused by farming techniques that do not respect the holistic view of our planetary population; simply stated, the current consciousness of the collective is such that global poverty is deemed acceptable, I believe as a subconscious byproduct of ‘Capitalist’ policy, which when examined closely enough proves to be definitively insane. To ‘capitalize’ over another equally divine being is the very definition of weak character, fear, and mental illness. This belief system is rapidly changing and declining, though more in the east than the west as the west is still subjected to a rather strong mental assault by technology, entertainment and news media driven by the banking oligarchy. Advanced propulsion technologies have also existed for the better part of the last century, making resource distribution by our current shipping methods obsolete generations ago.
Competition for power and control of planetary resources and population via banking and fiat currency manipulation, wars engineered by the banking cartels and military industrial complex ad infinitum (c.f. the ‘war on terror’, which is akin to saying it is okay to attack anything that makes us afraid), pharmaceutical and medical industry manipulation (i.e. cancer ‘research’) along with the war on illegal drugs, and manipulation of societal belief systems via media and entertainment, all need not exist anymore. In fact all never needed to exist in the first place because they have no place in any form of enlightened society.
If we compare ourselves to any of the now well publicized advanced societies that can now be plainly researched on the internet, or even better yet, the future version of ourselves 100,000 years from now, we can simply come to the realization that a society such as ours does not advance without undergoing a shift in consciousness that allows us to continue forward. At some point, this shift involve a critical mass of the population aligning with the truth that all members of the society are equal with self. An enlightened society, one where it’s mass populace was themselves more advanced or enlightened, would not make choices aligning with any form of acceptance of those destructive conditions that we presently find ourselves in on planet Earth.
Which brings us back to the concept of ‘I’ and ‘We’, and subsequently, ‘They’. In literary terms this is the use of first, second and third person. On our planet we also have the media constructs of the first, second and ‘third world’ countries. This concept of the ‘third’ is what we can now focus on. The working concept to convey with this article is where we advance our understanding to the state of unity consciousness, where we integrate the concept of ‘they’, to no longer afford ourselves the luxury of ‘avoidance’. What is ‘they’? It’s something to be ignored, avoided, non-recognized. The feeling of ‘they’ is kind of like having an injury in your shoulder that prevents you from lifting your arm all the way without tremendous pain, but it doesn’t impact your life in the majority of the situations so you are okay to pretend that it isn’t there for the most part, until something happens that starkly and vividly reminds you that this issue cannot be avoided forever.
An advanced society starts with an understanding and knowledge of self that is so developed and so in-depth that a simple truth arises, that there simply is no ‘They’, there is only ‘We’, or “I/We’, such that there is an inherent understanding of the truth that I = We. There is simply what is, and it’s actually all good!
With the real understanding of this truth, the ideas of out-dated modes of governance that do not respect the free will of all sovereign and divine beings eventually become irrelevant. One example of an advanced political ideology would be the Ubuntu philosophy. Ubuntu realizes its origins from a tribal perspective that is common among all tribal nations across the planet dating back thousands of years, and could by summarized by the statement “If it isn’t good for everyone, it isn’t good for anyone.” Ubuntu is what we could describe as a surface representation of a much deeper philosophy related to the actual essence or nature of our species, one which we will cover further on.
When I was a young person I began to look at our society from a strange or somewhat uncommon standpoint at the time. More prevalent now but very abstract then. I began to ask myself, what are we doing, still behaving like angry children, ignoring the suffering of others, perpetuating war and wanton destruction of the planet we inhabit the surface of, one that we obviously maintain a deeply symbiotic relationship with, through the very air we breathe?
Why, after 2000 years of recorded history, are there still wars? To put it another way, why are ‘they’, a.k.a. ‘those people, over there’ still fighting? At what point, do we start behaving like enlightened beings, able to realize and respect and practice the awareness that all of existence is divine and there simply is no reason for the kind of fear and distrust that fuels the kind of drama and negativity that we have recorded for 2000 years?
One of the most interesting concepts that I learned of when I researched Ubuntu ideology, was that from a particular standpoint, our modern form of democracy is simply no more than a system of bullying. While a hard concept to adopt, I urge you to keep an open mind on this one. Like Ubuntu, the foundation of democracy I realized is actually based in nature and does harmonize with nature, however, in our modern times, our democracy is flawed because of the lack of knowledge of the populace, contrived by the aforementioned daily mental assault of disinformation we are subjected to by the media and entertainment industry (and in this regard, I believe I would not have the mental clarity to be able to write this article had I not removed television and most news and entertainment media from my consciousness years ago).
So let us look at a common hypothetical scenario: If 51% of the population makes some kind of apparently bad decision, for example deciding that coal, oil, nuclear fission reactors or the construction of giant hydro-electric dams are the best possible idea for our planet with the best possible potential, when completely clean, harmonious, sustainable, renewable and even infinite energy sources such as solar, wind, zero-point, etc, are readily available, is that something that could then be considered a smart or enlightened decision? Is that the kind of decision that an advanced society would adopt, after weighing all the factors and consequences? Obviously not. We sit here now knowing what we should do, and yet we are limited to or rather limiting ourselves, allowing ourselves to be ruled by the mentally ill ‘elite’ or ‘ruling (wealthy) class’ of society, those who have been in the business of installing a illusory financial system for the purpose of dictating control over the bulk of the planetary populace.
So then if we look at the basis of the 51% choosing such a result, or in actual fact, 51% of the smaller voting population electing a few hundred people to make such a decision on their behalf, with actually little or no say in the matter, how did we arrive at that form of governance? How does an that example of ‘democracy’ have any place in an advanced or enlightened society? Was the decision based in the best needs of all of society, or was the decision based on perpetuating a status quo utilizing out-dated energy forms and systems of financial control, divisiveness, competition and scarcity? There is an answer to this, and it is deep, deep, within your DNA. I will come back to this concept later on, but for now, digest that scenario above.
The pragmatist may now sit back and say, “Well, what you say would be great but we have to be realistic, we cannot just change our society overnight.” To which we can say yes, of course that is true. From the context of governance however, we can simply state a self-evident truth, that there is nor can there ever be a form of advanced society in existence that does not respect the sovereign free will of all life forms (not just human) as divinely equal. So by all means, enjoy being your pragmatic self if it makes you feel better while you participate in your primitive and childish society.
It is not however the fault of the many who do not yet understand what it means to form an enlightened society. The natural evolution and development of societal belief systems can in truth only reach the inevitable conclusion that cooperation is enlightened and competition is the more primitive of the two perspectives of co-existence. Unfortunately the belief systems of our society have been tampered with in earnest since the early 1900’s by the ruling class of the planet, in-fact encouraging our anti-evolution, or devolution, by attempting to promote the idea that competition is good, that it is even ‘natural’ or ‘as God intended’. Indeed during this time the ruling class has been squeezing the resources from the larger population for thousands of years, and then when that became too cumbersome, created a monetary system that allowed for the methods of hoarding the resources the planet’s resources by proxy, and based on what? The truly laughable idea that their ‘right’ to rule has been ‘divinely ordained by God’? The populace must have truly been gullible when these monarchies were first established, however at the time, those with the wealth, could proclaim for the most part whatever they wanted and the poverty stricken mass populace could do nothing against it, similar to the world we live in now. Yet can you imagine that now, in this day and age? That any ‘Royal’ family on this planet has the ‘right to rule’ over anyone else? Such concepts like ‘Royalty’ are now only the fecal subject matter of supermarket tabloids, no longer having any basis in reality. To me an apparently ‘royal’ person is no more royal than the underwear they are wearing. They’re just humans in control of an impractically large and wasteful amount of resources, who are have not reached a high enough state of spiritual growth to realize they are better served by distributing rather than drowning in their own hoarded resources. How is that for pragmatism?
Society will inevitably develop to reach the conclusion that cooperation is wired into our existence, into our DNA, into our physiology. A truly comforting fact, as this means that we are actually hard wired to evolve into an advanced species, and that our evolutionary progress into an enlightened and advanced society is truly unstoppable. To deny our true divine nature, that we live in mutual respect and cooperation which each other, is like trying to deny your own true self, or your true calling. Ever had a job you knew wasn’t right for you? Ever finally self-admitted a truth about your nature and quit a job, left a relationship, etc? That feeling of a weight lifted, a big release, of letting go of that denial, is a form of self-realization and growth. We are on the verge of this as a species, as a society.
We are wired for life in cooperation; to live in conflict with that is to live in conflict with ourselves. The longer we try to live in conflict, the more dis-ease we create within ourselves, which only ends up manifesting first internally and then visibly at the surface until we are confronted with the staggering effects of our self denial to the point where we are forced to admit that something is out of alignment and we need to make a change, or matters will only continue to worsen.
This is where we are now, as a species. We are at a tipping point, a turning point, where all forms of visible evidence of this simple truth are popping up all over the planet and staring back at us, forcing us to deal with the fact that the circumstances existing in our world are the simple effect of the denial of the simple truth, that we are in fact, all one.
Once enough of a critical mass of humanity reaches the true internal self-awareness that all forms of life are equally part of the divine whole and are to be respected as one would respect oneself, a tipping point will be reached. At that point the number of society that has been able to successfully shed the outdated thought-forms based in fear dramatically outweigh the numbers of the populace still who are still struggling with avoidance, clinging to the primitive societal past and its now disintegrating constructs. Kind of like a swimmer using a log to stay afloat above water while the log is heading over a giant waterfall. It is the point where the old age of our primitive society finally ends, and the new advanced and enlightened society begins, in its infancy. These societal structures that were constructs of the old-paradigm effectively dissolve, as there is no longer a belief system to prop them up. We are seeing daily evidence of this now as the mass of the population now choosing to follow their own path of spiritual awakening continues to grow more and more, and is now exponentially growing. From hundreds to thousands to millions and then to billions. Where do you think we are now? Certainly we are in the millions, and these millions are growing. The tipping point is getting sooner and sooner, exponentially.
Which brings us inevitably to our perspective on what exactly is enlightened governance, as would exist in an advanced society, where we are inevitably heading.