posted on Aug, 14 2012 @ 01:14 PM
Originally posted by Mary Rose
Honestly! In my opinion, we have hidden in plain view all the technology and knowledge that we need to solve all the world's problems. It's just
that we can't use it because the human ego won't allow it. We're smart enough but we're not wise enough.
It is incredible the lengths people will go to to protect that precious ego from being challenged. All manner of obfuscation is used to avoid taking
away ego gratification so that truths can be recognized and acted upon.
How many more centuries it will take for humankind to grow out of it? To get to the point where dealing with the truth is more satisfying than
stroking the ego?
Ya I agree for sure. I think much of this is put on us by externals though as a form of mass hypnosis.
for example I think if you look back even a 100 or more years ago people still had a lot of wholesome family values. They weren't so ego driven,
materialistic, self absorbed etc. But around after ww2 I think is when a lot of changes started. The US started competing with Russia and the world to
have the most advanced and materialistic society on earth. Then add to that television, the ultimate hypnosis device and then later the internet, and
mass media starting to not do independant stories as much but rather just reading of the news wire, then it all works together. And really I'm just
scratching the surface.
What I'm driving at is everything is designed to keep people from waking up to understanding anything. They want checkered men, they want people to
stay in base conscienceousness. They don't want anyone to understand the system, how it's all designed, how it works to keep the common people down,
and or asleep.
So what seems to arise is the ego which seems to somehow dominate a persons inner being. But I think it's somehow cultivated via all the brainwashing
and propaganda we are feed in school, tv, main stream media etc.
I think without the right sources you can't actually wake up and understand jack sheatt. Personally I like Alex Jones I've learned tons from that
dude. You can listen to some of his shows here: radio archeives
But again I don't think it's something that is natural as much as it is cultivated by external influences we grow up with now a days. That's why
most people will never really understand much other than basic slavery. But I think it takes all types for the world to go around. I sometimes think
maybe it's almost better off that most people don't know much. Life is just simplier that way.