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Awani
10-14-2011, 10:32 PM
If you missed the news this last year here is a quick run-down:

Occupy Wall Street: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Occupy_Wall_Street

Arab Spring: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_Spring

2012?
Hello? :)

Or am I a dreamer?

http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h18/deviadah/forum/293471_259926724037683_100000610718645_869567_9760 45241_n.jpg

http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h18/deviadah/forum/308683_2535670318039_1442025216_2904411_2061335152 _n.jpg

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Frater IA
10-16-2011, 05:47 PM
No dream. This is one reality we are all sharing in simultaneously. Some may percieve it as different, but those like "us" percieve it the same.......and its AWESOME!

Awani
11-16-2011, 02:35 AM
Perception News: Episode 2:


http://youtu.be/F8DFrDumNz0


Dr. Bruce Lipton talks about the connection between Occupy Wall Street and the biological imperative that is compelling people all over the planet to begin to come together, driven by an ecological emergency of vast proportions ... and you will feel GREAT about being alive right now after you see it. - Lorenzo Hagerty (http://www.matrixmasters.com/index.shtml)

Occupy Wall Street can't be stopped, not by fascist police, corrupt politicians or overly content citizens that don't approve.

Freedom is an idea, and "ideas are bulletproof"!

Ghislain showed me this, maybe he has already posted it elsewhere: THE WAYSEER MANIFESTO (http://youtu.be/OPR3GlpQQJA)

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Andro
11-16-2011, 06:46 AM
[...] the biological imperative that is compelling people all over the planet to begin to come together, driven by an ecological emergency of vast proportions... [...]

Quoting from 'Monroe Encounter (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?1418-Monroe-Encounter&p=8093#post8093)':


HeShe: "Now, instead of all the questions, why don't you read what needs organizing and the goals to be achieved?"
I can give you what you call a ROTE about that, about a plan that doesn't involve communism or socialism, capitalism or dictatorship."
Monroe: "They say it can't be done."
HeShe: "That is what makes it worth the effort. It needs a unified worldwide human endeavor.
This will happen through recognized necessity, not through religions, race, or political beliefs, or force of arms."
Monroe: "Necessity is severe stuff. The world would have to be in rough shape".
HeShe:"That is the reason for waiting. The time will come."
Monroe:"But worldwide, humans have never agreed on anything."
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There was a sudden surge of energy, similar to what I had felt previously.
As it faded, I knew the ROTE was in place, ready to be unrolled when the time was right.
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Ghislain
11-16-2011, 08:55 AM
I like the part in the Video link by Dev that describes a story of a Cherokee Elder, and that Elder was
talking to his Grandchildren and he said,

“Children there are two Wolves fighting inside of me and it’s a terrible fight and I don’t know which
of the Wolves is going to win”.

And the Children said, “Grandpa what are these Wolves"?

And the grandpa said, “One is the Wolf of love and peace the other is a Wolf of anger and war”.

And the Children said, “But Grandpa Grandpa which of these Wolves is going to win”?

And the Grandpa said, “Which ever one I feed”

http://genius.toucansurf.com/two%20wolves.jpg


HeShe: "That is what makes it worth the effort. It needs a unified worldwide human
endeavor. This will happen through recognized necessity, not through religions, race, or political beliefs, or force of arms."

This brings me to a little story I heard a while ago:

Two men were sitting together in one of the men’s shacks where a dog was lying on the bare floorboards in front of an open fire.
The dog would periodically give a little yelp.

One guy says to the other, “why does he keep doing that”?

And the other guy replied, “Because he is lying on a nail”,

At which the first guy asks, “Then why doesn’t he move”?

And the second guy replies, “Because it doesn’t hurt enough yet”.

Making a little observation on the first story; in the first line the Grandpa says,

“Children there are two Wolves fighting inside of me and it’s a terrible fight and I don’t know which of the Wolves is
going to win”.

In the fourth line the children ask,

“But Grandpa Grandpa which of these Wolves is going to win”?

This suggests that children just don’t listen or they do not accept excuses, forcing the Grandpa to come up with an answer in line five.

Using this analogy perhaps if we keep asking our respective Governments why everything is so F***ED UP they will be forced to look inside themselves for answers.

Is it that we don't recognise the necessity or aren't we hurting enough yet?

Maybe both :)

Which Wolf are we feeding?

Ghislain

Andro
11-16-2011, 11:01 AM
Perhaps if we keep asking our respective Governments why everything is so FUCKED UP they will be forced to look inside themselves for answers.

Asking 'them' (governments) won't cut it. They need to HURT and they need to feel the NECESSITY, just as we need to.


Is it that we don't recognize the necessity or aren't we hurting enough yet?

Both. They go hand in hand. (Or hang in hang :D :D :D)


Which Wolf are we feeding?

There is only one 'Wolf'. The story divides the wolf in two, to illustrate the point Grandpa is trying to make.

The 'winning' combination is between Illuminated Egoism/Trans-Personal Rage AND Serenity/Inner Peace.

When done right, nobody will be able to tell that those two have EVER been (perceived as) apart...

PS:


F***ED UP

'FUCK' is a Word of Power (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68_70N60RAQ). Don't minimize it with inserting ***, people may think you're talking about 'EnDeeSee' :) :) :)

Hough :)
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Awani
11-16-2011, 03:29 PM
Yes there is no rule about not being allowed to swear:)