posted on Sep, 2 2013 @ 04:15 AM
A while, ago, I did post something rather bizarre, and I do admit that sometimes my posts are considered just plain disturbing, however, im not
pretending to be sane...
Anyway, this thread will elaborate much further.
From the study of economics, we know that there is Supply and Demand - when there is plentiful supply, acquisition of resources is more
than adequate, there is less conflict, less fear, greater comfort, and in general, life is enjoyable.
A long time ago, life was absolutley teeming on this planet, and those that lived there experienced a great deal of contentment, however, we
need food and resources to live - and, of recent, we can see a depleation in natural resources, and a lack of space.
When we are confined, and when we are deprived, we are generally much more aggressive, and there is much greater conflict.
I want you to look at now, balance, and that, for you to be balanced in nature's books you must be "at the top of your game" - intelligent,
ruthless, enterprising, and fierce - to survive.
Neccessary as it is, another problem appears, and that is, as suffering increaces, and as the dilligent work, many fall prey, and yes, it is
If we see life as an equilibrium, sometimes, life itself takes a "turn" and that raw energy becomes concentrated, resulting in a kind of
"tension", a kind of "foreboding" or even a kind of "evil"..
At the moment, when there is a state of "growth" in the ecosystem, we are having children, we are living well - when this universal state of growth
turns, and surprisingly, this happens very quickly, there is a change in mindset, and we become increacingly cruel, destructive, and
I see this balance as a "tether" and when the balance of life "shifts" or "turns" - mother nature will respond aggressivley, and you had better
be prepared for sudden and dramatic changes in the "collective mindset" - in otherwords, people will start to lose thier minds, and do things that
they would never previously had even thought about doing.
It is very sad, however, my advice is to stay in control, and be calm - the slightest "slip" and indeed, you will "fall" and it will be very
tragic, as many have, and indeed myself, have gone through - I consider myself lucky that I have learned from my mistakes, and did not end up in a