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Have we reached critical mass? Or is it too late?

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posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:32 PM
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For those of you that know of unity conciousness and critical mass, do you believe we have reached this point? It seems that more people are aware of things and are not as blind to certain truths as they were. I'm finding more people are willing to listen to things that are being said. But it's hard to tell.

And if we haven't do you believe there is still time?




posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:43 PM
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a reply to: phoenix9884

In my opinion we have not even come close to critical mass and it's already too late. That being said, nothing is more uncertain than the future and I have quite a lot of hope left in me.



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:51 PM
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originally posted by: phoenix9884
For those of you that know of unity conciousness and critical mass, do you believe we have reached this point? It seems that more people are aware of things and are not as blind to certain truths as they were. I'm finding more people are willing to listen to things that are being said. But it's hard to tell.

And if we haven't do you believe there is still time?


Humans in their current form are a degraded bastardization
of the original human from the Neolithic era. Not only are
we not headed towards some super unity consciousness
at this time, we have fallen something like 99.99% away
from what we originally were and to some degree 'should be'.

And no, this is not "the myth of the noble savage" thinking
or anything like that. Humans are unrecognizable from
what they once were before popular culture, patriarchal
religion and all the other corrupted systems destroyed
the very nature of what it is to be a reasonable, balanced
and sustainable human, appropriate for it's environment.

Kev



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:52 PM
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More people are certainly listening, but that's not always been the main problem. Getting them to do MORE than listen generally is the issue. Getting anyone to DO anything about anything is a whole other ball game. I do believe that we are on a course for eventual destruction and decimation but I do not think it will happen quickly. I believe we will all be able to watch it continue to progress slowly and our children may be able to see the finale before their own finale...

I do maintain hope (as the above poster) but am not even sure if that is for my own sanity or if it's because there really is any left. I just don't know.

I suppose as always... It isn't over until the fat lady sings and maybe we can pull it out of the ditch at the last minute.

Nobody knows.



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:53 PM
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Hard to tell but I only ever talk to people who are awake. I've given up on the rest of them. I like to think Darwin is Watching.



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 11:02 PM
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I think we are far from that point, yes more are aware but still there are those who are still stuck in the feed-back loop.

Do I think there is still time? No. This is the end game, we wont recover from the ashes of western societry once it destroys itself.

Just my 2 cents



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 11:10 PM
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a reply to: phoenix9884

We are almost to critical mass at this point,it will only take one more thing to make people angry enough to put everything into place. We may well have it start here in St.Louis. Gun sales are going through the roof I hear. People are afraid of what is coming down the pipe when they announce the verdict about Micheal Brown.

My Vet is still in there and praying that they leave his shop alone.They have tried to come over the river where I live but so far have been driven back. Things may heat up quite bad. They have been saying that if they don't get the verdict they want they will kill people.

I do believe that we are already on a path of no return now. I hate to be pessimistic but I have to look at what is in front of my face. All I can do is grow my own food and hope to wait this out. We will all see.



posted on Nov, 6 2014 @ 12:14 AM
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I'm finding that people are as ignorant and dumb as dog drool as ever before. Deviate in conversation for a split second from group think and stand back in awe while people recoil in horror and start stammering, floundering and gnashing their teeth.
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posted on Nov, 6 2014 @ 12:41 AM
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originally posted by: twentyeight
I'm finding that people are as ignorant and dumb as dog drool as ever before. Deviate in conversation for a split second from group think and stand back in awe while people recoil in horror and start stammering, floundering and gnashing their teeth.


Colored described, if horrific to contemplate. And witness...



posted on Nov, 6 2014 @ 12:53 AM
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a reply to: phoenix9884

There may be something happening but to me it is not unity consciousness. More like a rising of the mind (thoughts etc). I see the mind as a wave like function, it rises and it falls, good periods and bad periods. What goes up must come down so even if it is a rising of the mind it would not be a permanent state. The permanent state would be to rise above the mind and at this point in time not many people have.



posted on Nov, 6 2014 @ 01:03 AM
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originally posted by: phoenix9884
For those of you that know of unity conciousness and critical mass, do you believe we have reached this point? It seems that more people are aware of things and are not as blind to certain truths as they were. I'm finding more people are willing to listen to things that are being said. But it's hard to tell.

And if we haven't do you believe there is still time?



Yes. Yes we have. We have unity in our stupidity. The stupid has reached the desired critical mass.

Despair not. There is still time to go even more critical.



posted on Nov, 6 2014 @ 01:21 AM
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The common non conspiracy minded people are really starting to question the world around them. I talk often with people like this at work and at home. Many people distrust or outright dislike the police. These are not young people or criminals they are normal people. Also many people think the economy will eventually collapse and or the government will try and gain outright control.



Look around and see this for yourself many people are becoming preppers.......WHY. The answer is simple and scary many people can feel the coming collapse and want to prepare. I could be wrong but the prepping industry is booming. Sadly I think the rise of prepping could factor into the collapse. When something does happen people will overreact out of fear and the suspense of waiting for it.
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posted on Nov, 6 2014 @ 05:28 AM
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I think that we have, and I think that there is still time, As you call it, Change is slow, and life is long and any sort of unity conciousness ascending scenario sort of thing would be a large slow rolling Event, In my opinion. Conversely however, any negative sort of connotation of that situation, would also occur in the same manner. Slowly and subtly Not as some instantaneous and all ending event.

I don't think you can gain control over a complete populace like, the World's whole population, through brute force and/or total destruction of society. I would consider that would definitely be able to provoke such a significantly positive thing as global collective conciousness, basically because i think it would piss so many people off all at once, like Dimithae said. It would wake a hell of a lot of people up I reckon.

No I don't think we have run out of time. I think, having read and talked about a lot of the things that you have read and talked about, probably, that due to a Universally Divine balance that exists in this reality, Conciousness evolves as a torrent, waving and bending and rolling as a massive big ball of one-ness. Or like a wave like DrunkYogi said, "you have to go up before you can come down".

Conversely, you need to come down before you can go up.

AND a bit of bloody positivity I don't think would do any harm towards building unity conciousness. We would definitely never achieve it if we are already kicking our feet in the dust screeming "damn, its too late". That my friend, is Stockholm syndrome. I think.

love.

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posted on Nov, 6 2014 @ 08:12 AM
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These things are exponential in scope. I have to say yes we have reached the tipping point, at first I didn't think so but it is plain to see.... ISN'T IT LOVELY!! Peace, equity, humanity loving the planet, cosmos, each other, thinking of your neighbor before yourself... what we can accomplish! Limitless! Watch your thoughts and lets manifest the world we ALL want.



posted on Nov, 6 2014 @ 02:53 PM
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While I would very much like to believe that it is not 'too late', and I hold tight to my hope that something miraculous will occur to 'save' this world, the problem is just that - it would take "something miraculous".

Because:
It is a sad fact that this world (on all 'fronts': societal, ecological, economical, political) is teetering on the brink of catastrophe. There are two possibilities at this point - either something will suddenly 'give' and we will quickly tip over the edge, or we will continue to 'teeter' for another generation (50 - 60 years)...after which we will begin a rapid 'slide' down the side of the chasm we have been digging out under our feet.

And unfortunately, there is no 'great awakening' of humanity happening (at least not currently) - the percentage of people who are 'aware' enough to 'unify' consciousness and attempt manifestation of a world saving 'reality' is dismally small, and I can show you the 'math' from the perspective of personal experience:

Having married up from the lowest of lower classes to the upper middle class, I have a unique view of thousands of people in all walks of life (not counting people online), and I assure you, they all have blinders on...

...They are all convinced (and this has become cliche') that - 'sure some aspects of life are a bit worse than in the past, but really there's no big difference, it's only that it all just 'looks' much worse, because in this day and age the internet gives an exaggerated view of the 'news' (i.e. the specifics of 'what goes on' in the world).

To illustrate the above 'thinking' here's another cliche': When the recession hit, you heard things like, 'Well, people lived thru The Depression back in the 1930's - and if it comes down to that, it will be hard, but we'll get thru it just like 'we' did before' -

- None of these people see the huge difference in society between now and back then, for example: In the 1930's depression one 'problem' was all the people knocking on your door begging for food - If a Depression happened now, the 'difference' in that 'problem' would be all the people blasting your door in to murder you for your food!

Now here's the "math" I mentioned:
Out of thousands of people (and between the people I personally know, and those I 'know of' thru friends, relatives, and acquaintances - I promise, I'm not exaggerating)...

...literally out of thousands - there is exactly one, just one other person (besides me), I know of who is aware of all the factors indicating that the world is (for want of a better word) 'doomed' unless enough conscious unification for 'saving' it can be achieved.

Two people out of thousands - and I would bet that ratio would be fairly consistent on a world-wide scale, less than .002 percent of the population who are even aware of how 'endangered' the world is...

Just to add some perspective as to 'who' I am and thus 'whence' I speak:

I'm not a doom 'sayer' (i.e. not into 'doom porn')...I hesitated even to write this post - I'm not one of those people who seem to 'want' the end of the world (as we know it)...

...I have a 16 yr old daughter who has known since grade school, what she wants to 'be' when she grows up - and even has the educational 'path' she needs to take planned out...

...It breaks my heart to know that by the time she finishes the necessary schooling, it will likely be obvious that her career of choice will, sooner or later but well within her lifetime, become obsolete...

I also struggle with the idea of 'preparing' for the eventual breakdown of 'civilization'. To do so, I would need to 'remove' the blinders my husband 'wears' - but I don't want him to have to see what I know...I don't want him to have to deal with the pain of the reality that the 'end' really is so near - that his only child's life dreams are all but hopeless...


And even now, having spent over two hours composing and typing all this, I feel badly about posting it...I don't want to add to the 'negativity', but then again, can anything truly be accomplished by ignoring 'reality' in favor of positivity?

Yet, as I said, I hold tight to hope, which is why I am posting this, because maybe there's someone who can show me where the hope is - realistically.
Because if you can't show me 'hope' in 'real' terms, if you can't show the "math", then that really isn't hope - that's just pie in the sky...



posted on Nov, 6 2014 @ 04:37 PM
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a reply to: lostgirl

This is by far the best post you have
ever done......Thanks...

Kev



posted on Nov, 7 2014 @ 05:12 AM
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a reply to: lostgirl

I agree with KellyPrettyBear. Great post.

I realized how bad things were from a pretty young age. I retreated inward for years trying to just be myself. When every person around me keep tearing me down, I finally gave in and tried to be mainstream. It just didn't work. After nearly a decade of trying to fit in, I realized I should have stayed true to myself.

Since "waking up" a year or so ago I've been trying to rebuild my intelligence. After so long being mainstream and spending nearly two straight years studying and reading I'm still not as smart as I was as a child. That alone should say something about the dumbing down effect of mainstream society.

More to your point I too have met almost no one in my long travels who was "awake" besides one friend who was driven legitimately insane by it.

I've been probing people on it lately and no one asking my friends, family, or acquaintances really is on board with it.

This may seem pessimistic but you asked for hope and here's my little beacon. While everyone still has massive blinders on and doesn't think things will get bad, nearly everyone I bring this up with is worried. My two bosses at work will engage in discussing the worries I have. My mom will occasionally entertain them (though not for long because it worries her too much). Several of my friends will listen and agree with my views.

So are we there yet? Hell no. The hope I have though lies in the fact that people are really starting to see it. Recent world events have started to chip away at their mental barriers. People are starting to realize that "the future" is arriving very quickly. All it will take is a few more things for people to really start to break free.

This may lead to societal collapse but there is a strong chance it will lead to the final and greatest of revolutions. As I said to my boss today and he agreed wholeheartedly, "in our lifetimes we will see either utopia or dystopia".

So hopefully I didn't ramble too long but my point is that it's not long now. Perhaps a brutal dystopia will set in. On the other hand it might be the golden age of humanity dawning. Remember we had the same thing happen with WW2 and the Cold War. Our world today could be a global fascist empire or a nuclear wasteland. However bad things may seem compared to our expectations, the alternatives would have been far worse. We live in one of the best possible realities that could have come out of the 20th century for all its downsides. If we made it successfully through that gauntlet, why not this one.

In other words hope. Every generation that came before suffered more and achieved more then we have. After all of that I think the least we owe our ancestors is some spine and positivity. Don't give in to despair or you are spitting on the legacy of all the people who suffered and worked to get us here.

Have hope. Freedom comes with a cost. Love takes work. Hope can be achieved in a moment with no cost or effort. It's a switch. Turn it on.



posted on Nov, 7 2014 @ 01:54 PM
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great post,

It is incredibly humbling to hear that others spend a great deal of time and energy and emotion composing messages here.

I too almost didn't post out of fear of adding negativity.

But I rebut, Surely now you see that you know more than just one other who feels and thinks the same as you. As least one other, but from what I can see here in this thread, at least 3 others.

How does this not fill you with hope?

Surely Love is all you need, all we need.

Hear...
Heart....
EartH

UNITY Coniousness, here we all are, unifying. You know?


love.



posted on Nov, 7 2014 @ 01:56 PM
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a reply to: tavi45

YOU TOO GREAT POST!!!

Hope and love!!!!

Love you all, internet!



posted on Nov, 7 2014 @ 02:02 PM
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a reply to: AndyLaRue

Thanks but it's incredibly hard to live ones ideals. I've recently failed in my own ideals more times than I care to admit.

I keep letting rage and frustration overtake my actual ideals that I live every day. It's very hard to actual live up to my own expectations. It's nearly impossible to expect others to ;(




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