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Back to Earth now, I just hope that, even in the event that my beliefs are complete crap, we can still strive to come together - to realize that the individual is a small part of the whole, and to act accordingly.
In order to evolve another soul you will have to evolve your self, which require bypassing the negative constructs society has as of now, and then you can endeavor to evolve others. So I doubt it's a lack of love and compassion.
Additionally, it's lesser souls defectiveness, common lesser souls do not posses the ear to listen and the eyes to see,
A new religion,spirituality,philosophy must be suitable for those who are spiritually inclined to the concept of self transcendence AND for those who are NOT,who make up the other 99 percent of the population.
This is death of an old order after a collapse can be seen throughout human history. The difference with us is that information will be global and universal. It will be a worldwide phenomena and in the end humanity will be connected (through electronics) in ways that we can currently only imagine.
once you know spanish, the rest of the european base languages, are pretty easy to figure out. germanic languages are a bit harder. russian is off the charts, right along with the central african and tribal languages of australia. chinese, japanese, korean, and so on, ya really need to know chinese to decipher them. ancient egyptian is not as hard once you know hebrew, as they both were primarily consonants, but that's only after it has been transliterated from the hieroglyphics. sumerian is very much like hebrew and egyptian. the rest of the mesopotamian languages are branches off of akkadian. so just learn spanish, chinese, hebrew, akkadian and you'll be able to somewhat decipher every language, old and new. EXCEPT for russian and this
No one will be forced to assimilate, but on the other hand if they are not one with It, they will be unable to be It. This means the entire global noosphere of media, data, trade, work, communications, entertainment etc. will be unavailable for them. Life will be very hard to live without "It".
Originally posted by IandEye
what's wrong with buddhism?
it teaches everything we need to know to be truly happy.
it's more a philisophy or psychology than a religion........
honestly though- this thread is masturbation-
there already is a new world religion prepared by the UN and Alice Bailey.
but im just 15 believe what you want.
Originally posted by chaseninja
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler
people always try to force their opinions on me i find it best to just smile and go on with my day. and dont thank me, thank you your threads always challenge me and i appreciate it. you deserve every star and flag-chaseninja
Originally posted by NoHierarchy
So... sort of an open-source religion? Or more broadly/accurately- an open-source society which allows us all access to the same information (which is uncensored/unsuppressed and instead uniform in boundlessness rather than arbitrary filter)?
...Otherwise we rely upon the tops of the pyramids to direct us, and this usually opresses us (and the environment) and leads us astray, betraying both ourselves and our real communities.
I've always thought it would be a fantastic resource to have free/open academies and wandering philosophers/teachers (as in ideals of the times of ancient Greece) where we could explore these things freely and in-person (similar to what we do on the internet). There would be no curriculum per se, and trust would be kept between teachers/pupils as to what directions educational explorations would go and what resources would be used and how long or short stints would last.