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Earth - A Way Out!

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posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 05:40 PM
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Yes you heard me right and yes this is in the right forum.

It is the conspiracy and those conspiring against you that is keeping you from finding a path of ascencion. 'A way Out' You are caught up in a maze of illusion, delusion and confusion.

Fear is being pumped into the system so as to futhur the disruption to your potential discovery of purposeful foward momentum.

I would love to hear from you yes YOU and your ideas for the formulation of a plan, an exit strategy into enternity. Not doubt you will agree we must embrace our future, and soon. Become front seat rather than back seat drivers. Anything short of this would would be lazy. Active we are, as are the part that make us up and our genetic history, we are creatures of discovery, soldiers and lovers. Our course of action through present day should reflect this.

There are many great minds here. It should be our undertaking to etch out a path not only for ourselves but for the future generations whom you leave in your wake.

So yes I want to formulate a plan. To start the ball rolling I am self appointing myself the position as 'Chief of Staff and Catalystic Forward Motion'. I hope you don't mind, appointed positions help give structure to a plan of action.

For this plan I need your input. I want you to think past the maze of confusion in society today. I want you to understand it's obstacles and points of resistance to change and forward moment (in relation to progress). I want you to think and meditate hard on a way through these obstacles causing least temporal friction or likehood of confrontation. Do not get preocupied with the confrontational aspect of which I have much experience and can assist with.

When you are mentally through and have cleared a pathway with reasonable solidity and structure, ie a plan that might work. I want your input and feedback to start an agenda and course of action.

If you choose to specialise in a particular field of expertise and can assist with access and/or smoothness of progression through your area then again please post here.

If the information is too sensative U2U me and I will give you my Skype ID to contact me that way.

Forward ever backward never.




posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 05:43 PM
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I would love to hear from you yes YOU and your ideas for the formulation of a plan, an exit strategy into enternity.


Have you ever considered a career as used a car salesman?

J/K!

My personal strategy is to try and enjoy life, be close to those I love and cook out at every opportunity. Eternity will have to wait until the ribs are done



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 05:58 PM
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Originally posted by pharaohmoan

I would love to hear from you yes YOU and your ideas for the formulation of a plan, an exit strategy into eternity.


I think it would involve either living my life in a happy reasonable manner respecting and loving other people for who they are or using the Millennium Falcon to perform the Kessel run in under 18 parsecs. It's a toss up.

[edit on 25-11-2009 by badmoviefan]



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 06:59 PM
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Come on People I'm trying to be responsible here and use the talent pool that exists on ATS. PLease try to keep your posts relavant to what it is I am asking.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 07:05 PM
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I love your initiative Pharoh... A plan like this would definetly need someone like you at its head


I have had a few ideas for a while on how to make things change. Of course, these are ideas I see fitting into the present situation... I have others, but at this point on our evolutionary scale, they are just to monumental.

Just ideas, and in no particular order.

1) Separate Government from the economy.
I think the number 1 source of corruption in the world is the economy intervening in politics. Elimination of private sponsors, a fixed campaign spending budget is what is needed. Way too much bribery and favours are made behind the scenes. All the world's energy companies probably have their greasy fingers deep within almost every branch of government, and that is the main problem.

2) Creation of a new "scientific state"
For far to long have scientists and researches been threatened and oppressed by corporations. Numerous solutions to energy crisis, global warming, cancer, and who knows what else have been discovered, but have been hidden and destroyed by corporations who feel threatened by it. What is needed is a state controlled scientific research center where scientists and researchers are given all the money and protection they need. Think of a scientific, transparent, open military of scientists. I use my own country, Canada, as an example. We spend 20 billion a year on military. If we could cut that in half, even just a quarter, and spend that money on research, who knows what we could come up with? (in perspective, this alone, per year, would be enough to build almost 2 large hadron colliders, per year). Invite all the most brilliant minded scientists from around the world to work here, offering them guaranteed salary and benefits. This military cut leads to my next idea...

3) Demilitarization
Thats right. Not just the nukes, but the army as well. All that really should be needed is a small national security army to help with natural disasters and protection of the government. The world spends close to a trillion and a half, if not more, money on military every year. again, but that in have, we have almost a trillion more dollars to use for whatever else is needed. Again, this doesn't necesarily have to be the whole world, but I could definetly see a western country doing it. Say Canada cuts its military budget in half. Who in their right mind would want to attack Canada! Even if they did, would the world stand by and watch if a country that had vocally announced it was eliminating its militray for the good of the world was attacked? Of course not! Especially a country with such a vast amount of ressources. Also, who knows what kind of effect an action such as this could have on the world. Outcomes people have never even thought could occur, causing other countries to follow suite.

4) End of privately owned energy-based corporations.
Get rid of em. Make the government in charge of energy, have them reak in the profits rather than some exec who makes billions and spends it all on cars, houses, and biological research to make diseases to kill people, and plans to blow up buildings with planes and explosives.

5) Give more power to the judiciary system
Make laws ineffect that would result in the complete abolishment of a government in which any signs of corruption are found, effectively banning whomever is involved from ever becoming elected again. This law MUST be a law that has enough power and is as absolute as laws against murder.

6) Have a responsible government... in the mind's sense
The people in charge should be people who there because of their intelligence, their ideas, and their honesty and pure of heartedness. No more people getting into power because of their family, money, or credentials. I mean common.... Bush?!?!?!?



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 07:06 PM
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7) REAL democratic government
In a parliamentary system like most commonwealth nations, election dates are fixed, but can come much earlier if the ruling party is not the majority, and is defeated in a confidence motion. This could literally happen the day the new government is in power, but of course this never happens. First of all, the fate of a government shouldn’t rest within its own hands, or in the hands of the opposition, but in the hands of the people. Every year, at least, there should be a country wide referendum on the people’s confidence in the government. A fail would result in an election. At first, yes, it would be really tedious, and seemingly impossible, but as time goes on, the parties will better reflect the views of the people they are representing rather than their own.

8) Transparent Government
No more secrets. Every single decision, (no matter how small or insignificant or big and significant) needs to be made public. No BS “it’s better if they don’t know... for their own good” or “or security is at risk if this is made public”. No decision made by the government should have any of these risks or concerns to start off with. All decisions should be reviewed by a separated entity, similar to the judiciary system, whose soul point is to ensure that the constitution is followed and nothing secret, negative, or selfish is made.

9) Disclosure (This should actually be number 1)
Not just of ET presence, but of anything else secret. Transparency at this level could cause untold positive changes to human consciousness that we can’t even come close to understanding, let alone predicting. We all know they are here, and that they are watching, and waiting patiently for the day when we finally graduate from pre-school to kindergarten in terms of our evolutionary scale. They want to help, but we must first show them we are ready to be helped.
None of these ideas are perfect, and many of them have obvious flaws, but thats the point of discussion, right? No idea is ever perfect, especially when it hasn’t been openly and fairly scrutinized and adjusted accordingly.
These are also political based changes that I thought specifically as ones that could cause the most change without impacting daily life on the grand scale. Basically, these are totally possible, plausible ideas that could come to light under today’s current circumstances.

Spiritually and Philosophically, I only have 2 simple ideas that could solve a lot of problems.

No more fear. We have nothing to fear but ourselves.
Stop living in the past, and stop hoping and dreaming in the future. Time is an illusion, everything that is in reality, i.e. that you can change and create, is happening now, in the present. So live like it.

peace to all... and on with the new agenda!



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 07:16 PM
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personally i think we should unite in an effort to improve education ... somehow the system isnt working were being dumber down... we have to reset the focus on gaining knowledge and scientific progress... change from progress to make things that sell well to progress for the sake of progress for the good of mankind ... if we can heal something heal it ... if we can make printers that work really well and last forever instead of inbuilding shut down counters wed stop being such a wastefull society... all those printers in the scrap UNNECESSARY =P

~TR



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 07:46 PM
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Originally posted by pharaohmoan
Come on People I'm trying to be responsible here and use the talent pool that exists on ATS. PLease try to keep your posts relavant to what it is I am asking.


I don't believe in an eternity so for me there would be no exit strategy.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 07:49 PM
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I totally agree with you!

Still being in the education system (university) I know a lot about how things are presented, especially up here in Canada. Issues such as sustainability, global warming, pollution, ect. are all presented in almost every class that these subjects touch. However, the focus is on the problems themselves, and the possible outcomes that may come, not on the possible solutions. This is the problem, focus is way too much lenient on the problems rather than the solution. Any kid fresh out of Canadian high school, even elementary school, will tell you they have had the idea of global warming and pollution bolted into their heads. When asked what any solutions are, they are clueless.

Schools like to focus on pointless problems that are easily solved, like math equations, rather than solutions to important questions, like how to stop global warming, and the way you will be living when you are 40 if nothing is done.

I feel that the main problem with the inability of people to solve these problems today is that they are too selfish to care about them. They aren't gonna be around 100 years from now, so why would they care? As the new generation, we are going to be paying for their mistakes. Sometimes watching those politicians discuss how they are going to curb emissions by 10% by 2030 just sickens me to my stomach.

My generation is going to be the generation that cleans up after the 20th century/post-modern world.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 08:10 PM
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Originally posted by Tomb_Raven

personally i think we should unite in an effort to improve education ... somehow the system isnt working were being dumber down... we have to reset the focus on gaining knowledge and scientific progress... change from progress to make things that sell well to progress for the sake of progress for the good of mankind ... if we can heal something heal it ... if we can make printers that work really well and last forever instead of inbuilding shut down counters wed stop being such a wastefull society... all those printers in the scrap UNNECESSARY =P

~TR


Yes, indeed. We are currently taught how to fit in and perpetuate the slave nation attidude currently containing many incorrect ideals.

This indeed should be incorporated into the new agenda.

But, and its a big but, we must first find ways of introduction. This is where we are finding the obstacles to change (in the interests of natural progression) are being found.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 08:16 PM
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You've hit on some excellent points. It's good you notice that in the current illusory democratic process palms are greased leading to behind the scenes corruption, favors and deception of the public.

As a matter of course campaign funds should be publically funded according to an agreed set of parameters and guidelines.

This should written into the constitution as a matter of urgency.

You are spot on with your other thoughts as well.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 09:59 PM
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I would like to quote from a source which made a lot of sense. More so than any books I've read in this field.


Waking Life Excerpt - Theory and Action

"If the world that we are forced to accept is false and nothing is true, then everything is possible.

On the way to discovering what we love, we will find everything we hate,
everything that blocks our path to what we desire.

The comfort will never be comfortable for those who seek what is not on the market.

A systematic questioning of the idea of happiness.

We'll cut the vocal chords of every empowered speaker.

We'll yank the social symbols through the looking glass. We'll devalue society's currency.

Confront the familiar.

Society is a fraud so complete and venal that it demands to be destroyed beyond the power of memory to recall its existence.

Where there's fire, we will carry gasoline.

Interrupt the continuum of everyday experience...
and all the normal expectations that go with it.

Live as if something actually depended on one's actions.

Rupture the spell of the ideology of the commodified consumer society so that our oppressed desires of a more authentic nature can come forward.

Demonstrate the contrast between what life presently is and what it could be.

Immerse ourselves in the oblivion of actions and know we're making it happen.

There will be an intensity never before known in everyday life to exchange love and hate, life and death, terror and redemption, repulsions and attractions. An affirmation of freedom so reckless and unqualified, that it amounts to a total denial of every kind of restraint and limitation."



posted on Nov, 26 2009 @ 12:42 AM
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Whenever I think about modern society, I always try and view it as if I was a newcomer to earth who had never heard of earth society before. Every time I think in this way, the one defining word that always pops into my head is "illusion". Some are known and created, others form naturally- all are accepted as truths.

I can't lie and say I never conform to what society tells me to do... because I have been trained to follow its rules and guidelines, and fear the consequences of walking my own path. It's a natural, controlled response. For me at least, totally dropping society's rules and guidelines seems nearly impossible, however I'm constantly working at it



posted on Nov, 26 2009 @ 08:13 PM
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i just live my life for how i feel. not pressured by anyone and just live how i wana live.



posted on Nov, 26 2009 @ 08:23 PM
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here is my plan, everyone start learning to feed themselves as much as possible, and be less and less dependant on society....



posted on Nov, 26 2009 @ 08:24 PM
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oops double post :O

[edit on 26-11-2009 by mellisamouse]



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