posted on Apr, 29 2007 @ 12:26 PM
I've wondered about a show on Nickelodeon called Avatar: The Last Airbender. It's an amazing show and quite honestly I can't get enough of it. It
also has a lot of trascendental messages, for instance in the episode "The Swamp" one character explains that we're all connected, all part of the
same whole. This message is reinforced in the season 2 finale, where Aang (main character) must learn to "open" his chakras. He's told that the
greatest illusion in the world is the illusion of separation, things we think to be separate but are actually part of the same whole. It shows a map
of the Avatar world first with its borders and then all as one. Could this perhaps be a clue to world order? It even goes so far as to say that in
order to achieve the greatest spiritual order (accessing the cosmic energies) that one must give up that which attatches him to the material world. I
highly recommend that if you have the chance to watch this last episode, because the things that it talked about in there seem to fall WAY out of the
comprehension of the show's target audience.
What confuses me is that for some there is a connection between Nickelodeon (via Viacom) and the illuminati. If the Illuminati is a bad force in the
world, then why would they air a show like Avatar. It differs greatly from the usual material shown on the channel, which is for the most part without
any kind of substance or value, despite its being entertaining.