Viewing The World Through A Keyhole:~~~~~ The Vast Majority of Conspiracy Theory is a form of Mysticism...
Looking at Escher's Relativity
: What is it you see?
Just as the defintion of god has evolved
throughout humanities own ongoing evolution, so too do
our individual world-views change as we mature as people. But what if you get stuck?
Some Things Just Is, But They Aren't:
The world is infinitely complex with a mind-boggling level of interconnectedness
. To thoroughly
of depth requires knowledge and understanding of a great variety of interconnected topics, so things become compartmentalised. If I wanted to start
explaining the keyboard I'm currently typing on, where would I begin? It's appearance? History? Brand? Circuitry? Layout? Chemical structure?
Components? It's mechanics? - I guess the obvious answer would be it would depend on who you're talking to. A keyboard designer might be interested in
its appearance and a computer historian in it's history. But for all intents and purposes the most any of us need to know about a keyboard is that it
has 26 characters and a space bar.
It's like why most school kids only need to know this:
Instead of this:
Immediate consciousness of the transcendent or ultimate reality.
This is where the mysticism comes in, IMO the majority of conspiracy theorists are merely those who seek to find order in the chaos and become content
with the simplified diagram, or create one.
Illuminati & The New World Order:
These terms have as many definitions as people who use them but they're not much more than broad brushes people use to paint world events with. Some
to the point where there is only 2 big splotches on any given canvas. It's too much for some people, the complexity of the worlds events, trends and
activities trigger anxiety for some - so they prefer their glass ceiling.
Illuminati & The New World Order are like multiple-choice answers you've written on an essay question you've asked for yourself. You're using a
fold-out leaflet instead of a library.
The vast majority of conspiracy-theory is a symptom of sort of cultural time-lag. We're so much more exposed to what goes on in the world, we are even
pre-exposed - science fiction is predicting parts of possible futures. But it's only just now a post-racial generation is being born - and race is an
ancient thing. There's too much to make sense of for those that want to.
The problems we see in society and attribute to the Illuminati or NWO aren't by their design. They exist because of our collective failure redesign
the playground that is life quick enough. Most of us don't go to the doctor or the mechanic or the dentist etc unless their is something wrong right?
Think of your experience as a microcosm for the world.
There are movers and shakers in the world though. But they are usually of that status because of past events and/or present circumstance and/or talent
in their chosen field.
I dunno, I've lost interest and cohesion in what I'm trying to say at the moment. But there should be enough to start discussion.
Basically what I'm trying to say is the world as it is today is born from the fractal of the past, advancements are exponential. But human culture
stagnates at comfortable intervals. Conspiracy Theory is born out of people born into stagnate cultures attempting to explain things that interrupted
that stagnation because of a lack of knowledge, it becomes part of an evolving culture in of itself. I just think its worrisome that some find comfort
in the conspiracy rather than addressing the illness that gave birth to it.
edit on 25/1/12 by ghostsoldier because: added content.