Originally posted by toepick
I really like these videos, and the other videos he has on youtube..
I especially like that he is clear to point out that in each layer of the 'onion' there are people that are well intentioned and just as duped as
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their ideas on this "allies of humanity" is a little over the top for me tho..reminds me a lot of David Ike, the connections he makes are
great and I think mostly right on..but imo the root of the 'evil' falls entirely on the human population, without any 'alien' influence.
[edit on 9/29/2008 by toepick]
You're thinking one dimensionally, my friend. You're thinking through the process of civilized thought. Problem with civilized thought is... that
it has been tamed. The very essence of all the information we think we know has been conveyed to us through a tamed medium in the form of limited
symbolic and vocal cues known as language... I suspect that the very basis of all informational media becomes flawed because of this, and it in turn
inhibits our ability to perceive all that we are able to.
I personally am aware in a somewhat general way at the moment that there ARE non-human influences at work here (examples are aliens,
interdimensionals, demons, angels, djinns, whathaveyou...possibly all of similar origin, or possibly not). We can be skeptical all we want because it
seems so ridiculous through our mode of civilized thought process, but I've gone over how exactly we could be allowed by the harmony of Earth nature
to get to this point of threatening the very existence of this planet with our influence, and it's obvious to me that our behavior and our way of
obtaining knowledge of existence is very controlled and viral in nature. The virus is a foreign pathogen that infects a living body and in turn uses
its own components against it in order to propagate and sustain itself. I believe "civilization" is a macrocosmic manifestation of that same
concept, just grander in scale. There is no other creature that we know of who has evolved here naturally that is out of balance with maintaining the
natural rhythm of life. The world is a living organism in itself, and the lifespan of the world and the life on its surface is not at all that old. It
is prematurely dying as a cause of infection from the "outside", in my humble opinion.
Think about our very un-harmonious behavior since civilization has arisen seemingly out of nowhere, when for thousands and thousands of years prior to
the first known civilization, we were quite successful living with what we were given by nature alone... and we gave back in proportion.
We're the only ones so arrogant as to think that we are above nature, that it is justified that things we view as not us must be tamed in order to
fit our concept of "right" and "wrong", through the eyes of civility. We're the only ones who see each other as completely separate and
independent beings, which I believe is a notion completely indoctrinated on us from birth.
I've heard that, in some remote tribes concealed from civilization for ages in the forests and jungles of the world until relatively recent times,
the peoples actually could not for the life of them understand the concept of "I". They viewed themselves as the same thing, and separation was
something they had a great bit of difficulty comprehending. It was "alien" to their nature.
These are human beings, same as you and me... but untouched by what we call " human civilization".
I must ask the question... what did we know before we were taught what we should know? How did we perceive things before the concept of man Vs. nature
Isn't everything we're taught exactly that? If we look around us and see the very shaky foundation on which all known information rests, why should
we trust in our logic or our education on what is real when we're living completely out of touch with the logical and the real in the first place?
How dare you (generally speaking) say you know anything?!
Food for thought...
When we create a vaccine to defeat a viral infection, we often use the same virus that created the disease, just in a weaker form... so the white
blood cells of the body can learn and teach the rest of the organism how to make the appropriate T-cells in order to kill the pathogen.
I would suspect...since I strongly prescribe to the philosophy of "as above, so below"... that the solution lies in a grander interpretation of that
analogy. Gently using the tools of civilization against itself in order to create the immunity needed to overcome the disease.
[edit on 30-9-2008 by dunwichwitch]