The Choosing

This year we saw some significant decisions being made. People decided to march, presidents decided to ban, prime ministers decided to separate. Considering how much social and political – both domestic and international – pressure politicians face, they are doing remarkably well. I’d say it even though some of their decisions might seem contradictory. Despite the political and global uncertainty they face themselves, the way they choose to act reflects some level of stability. At least this is the impression compared to their behaviours earlier in the year. Even Mr Trump, unpredictable as he might seem, had not diverged immensely in his behaviour or actions from what he had shown or promised the world in his presidential campaign. In a way we could see it as reassuring.

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Poetically Incorrect

I have been tiptoeing around the subject for quite a while now. Many a time my wavering hand would put its pen to paper only to withdraw it quickly from committing honesty so openly. I should think it was because the matter at hand had been so close to my heart. I wish I could say the matter concerns solely the poetry, or solely ~ what man has called in his mind ~ politics. However, the matter concerns both. In equal measure, it seems.

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Integrity. Part 1.

It feels the time has come for us to understand and embody integrity. Integrity which is catalysed through chaos, crystallised within and can manifest collectively as social integration and civilizational congruence.

We will present only the aspects which are tangible for humans in their daily lives, elements of biological and mental conditioning, functioning as common sense or historic sentiment, which continually influence social structures and our attitudes towards them. I will zoom into a point of transition between two densities 4 and 5D, especially for social and political experience and the relation between the two.

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The Art of Asking

This post is offered as an appendix, extension or under~layer of my previous post On Media…

The Universe always brings us answers to our questions and always in form of an actual, direct experience. Some dragged prayer and God into it, wrongly assuming that only ‘the good’ will be answered. Delivery of that which had been summoned through question is law, it is not discriminatory or selective and it always works. Just like the law of gravity, (as applied in the 3rd dimension), it affects everyone regardless of opinion, history, status. This law is created ‘above’ the 3rd dimension and ‘trickles down’. Because our average life span doesn’t currently go beyond 100 years, some answers are delivered to the generations that succeed the The One who asked. As per Hierarchy 1 and Hierarchy 2 , the more profound the question asked, the more ‘time’ it takes for the magnetism of Earth (and the human Heart) to gather data to deliver the answer. Are we aware of what we are asking?

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On Media …

celebrity politics and democratic engagement. 

In the past few weeks I had moved away from exposing myself to any news, in mainstream media or otherwise. Until recently I would regularly tune into political news as a way of measuring where and how human consciousness was shifting. I got more and more tired of the practice, the bad after taste grew stronger. I took a large step back to re-asses and study my engagement with the media material fed to us daily. After a considerable break, I took a methodical approach and for a month regularly read political reporting on particular global events from 6 different countries, across 5 different newspapers in 4 different languages to receive a fairly clear insight into why the news caused the leakage of my energy.

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Third Field. Part 1.

Today I will share a little about two strands which influence human conscious and subconscious, therefore human manifestations and results, on a global level. I will turn to aspects of Judaic and Christian traditions, described and included in The Old and The New Testament respectively. The point of this is to illustrate the complimentary attributes of each aspect. The comparative representation aiming at showing superiority of one above the other, is necessarily included in religiously influenced thinking but irrelevant for our analysis. Judaic tradition should not concern itself with Christianity and vice versa.

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Backward Societies

Adapted from Misfortunes of systemic transference.

In Contextualising Economy I mentioned very briefly systemic transference giving algebraic vs economic transference as an example. Today I will expand on the subject by examples of Friedrich Hayek’s and Aristotle’s theories, to indicate that systemic transference, although it can assist in intellectual understanding within and across disciplines, not always translates into successful tools of social management. For the sake of this post I will assume that the reader is loosely familiar with Hayek’s theory of free markets as well as Aristotle’s Politics and will move directly into presenting my views. I will operate within macro and supra levels to illustrate them.

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