Jonathan said:i find myself lately thinking about this process of learning. so many thing can stand in one's way, and most of the time it's one's own self! there are so many obstacles, distractions, diversions and deceptions. if it's taken into account all at once it can be overwhelming!
sometimes i come to the point internally, not of thinking "i know it all" or any ridiculous notion like that, but perhaps getting complacent.....
I found the only thing standing in my way was people.
People cannot be trusted in positions of power, to ensure the citizens
their rightful knowledge.
The internet changed all this. The new world order will not
afford the same for our grandchildren and the bloodline
will monopolize all public networks, just as they have the courts
and police force and institutions and blah blah blah.
The state has always put conditions and limits on our education.
Hence, education first came with a religious framework.
The majority of humanity is passive to a drip-feed of information.
Our capacity , far under-estimated [ and we wonder why only so much brain is used]
and wasted on a materialistic lifestyle, a sort of substitute to fill in the void.
I see material as recycled 'stuff'. Whereas the human spirit and
the collective of cosmic spirits, ensure me a fantastic future
and i might add, without any royal interference where important
decisions are concerned.
The sea will be my graveyard, i wish for no royal interference whatsoever
which works to recycle the human spirit, via symbology and familiarities
,following death. A graveyard on land, affords the interface.
This may sound far fetched but i would ask people to look
into Thoth and leylines.
True freedom of information leads to a royal free world.
No class system as a result and moderate lifestyles encouraged.
Leaders without flash transport and expensive / corrupting influences.
Leaders who swear ONE oath to the PEOPLE.
Technology could be developed to ensure these oaths - transparency
affording clear access. A free internet like we have today, connected
evermore so to the leaders, so the public can develop relationships with
them, contrary to our rubbish system.
Working from the top down, is the only way to clean us this mess.