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Saturday, August 11, 2012

Money Enough To Suffer Part 1.

They say money is the root of all evil. My philosophy does not easily entertain paradigms of good and evil, therefore, I choose to identify money as a root of suffering. Opening this can of worms causes me to pause. My goodness, countless authors have etched into the literary landscape observations, warnings and condemnations of money. Humanity has a very enigmatic relationship with money, whereas, we have been bred to idolise money, whilst at the same time, it is en vogue to publicly vilify it's role in societal destruction. Very strange indeed how we humans saw fit to create a paper God in the first place. More bizarre behaviour is expressed as society tacitly teaches each generation to unconditionally love, adore and worship this God. Besotted by it's gilded attire, we seem content to accept our paper God should be a harbinger of death, destruction and chaos. The extent of human sacrifice laid at the feet of our God is criminally insane. Presently, more than one third of the global population is sacrificed to our imaginary icon.


Do you think it inappropriate to label money as a paper God?

By definition, a God is a creator of the universe, a supreme entity. An alternate definition suggests that God is an idol. Define the word idol, you will discover it represents a person or object which is loved, adored, admired and revered. Observe the reverence humanity bestows upon money, see how money is coveted. Just like I said, money is a paper God!

In the wake of untold destruction, common sense strongly suggests we evaluate, and question, the relationship we have with this consumptive God. Firmly grasping my investigative sword, I ask myself, what kata will slay this beast? Depicting the history of money, as well as, the vulgarity of fractional reserve banking, allows us to slice at our God, but does it bleed? Don't forget the Illuminati, their sordid history of elite bankers staging sectarian and world wars merely to reap profits. How about the old chestnut we term corporatism, profit mandated at the expense of humanity whilst rendering our environment a wasteland. Possibly, I could write about those degenerate Wall street commodity traders, we all know they earn millions speculating on the rise and fall of foodstuff whist their greed directly translates into millions of starving people. Would I eviscerate this God if I revealed the nuts and bolts of debt slavery, mind programmed consumerism, or the fallout caused by global austerity? Briefly pondering this subject causes me to realise that if I were to total all the injustices related to money, the list compiled would fill a bookshelf. My guess is, I am no different than you. Don't you think you could fill an entire book with revelations of how and why money creates suffering? Sure you could, even a child can see what is happening.

Daily, each of us face the relentless horrors associated with money. Having thought this out, I realise whatever argument I bring to the table, grotesque or illustrative as it may be, will inevitably represent an impotent message. Impotent merely because you are already full of the understanding money causes suffering. You don't need me to bang the drum, you know it's familiar tune all too well. Try as I might, such arguments could never smite the beast, in fact, parries of this sort amount to nothing more than glancing blows. Serious strikes against the paper God must come from a solution biased perspective. Our attention may be best served imagining avenues of opportunity which encourage us to transcend the orgy of consumptive greed we have developed in servitude to this archon deity.

Solutions are plenty, constantly I hear people barking ideas from their soap box, colourfully illustrating various roads the 99% should follow in order to recoup their fair share of wealth. Some articulate the need to keep corporations from filling the pockets of government officials, while others suggest a cessation of usury lending associated with fractional reserve banking will do the job. We could eliminate the status of corporation as citizen, also, it would serve a common good if we stopped illegal taxation. Certainly the aforementioned solutions would help balance wealth, however, as long as money or it's facsimile exists, we will have failed in destroying the root of suffering. Most people trust the Darwinian expression of society as inevitable. These same individuals accept one man's power should prevail over his weaker neighbour. Trite cliche's the likes of "It's human nature" get thoughtlessly bantered about as lame excuses for the villainous attributes of the relationship we have with our monetary God. Main stream media programs us to believe nothing can, or should, be done to restructure wealth. Deluded people relentlessly remind us; short of changing human behavioural tendencies, there will always be winners and losers. Strength is meant to defeat weakness, this is how we evolve, it is the basis of our collective survival. Consider how our world would change if we broke out of the box Darwin and his cronies have falsely established as fact? What if we were taught the role of the humanity is for the strong to carry the weak? Perhaps, we should find other drums to beat, fresh perspectives might be all that is needed to emancipate our species from monetary slavery.

What would you say if I told you I have the solution?

Would you believe me if I said we could resolve the problem in a matter of months?

What if I painted for you a world devoid of money?

Ask yourself, would I want to live in a world without money?

I have a challenge for you to consider, a philosophical experiment if you will. Ask the average person to describe for you their impression of a world without money. More than likely, they will think you have lost your mind. However, once they realise you are serious, they will crank up their imagination and have some fun with the concept. As soon as your interviewee cozies up to the idea, you will see a grin cross their face as they realise all the usury lenders, Wall street traders and money pigs of the world will loose the ability to manufacture wealth. Embracing a money-less society further, they will note starvation would end, as would the corporate rape of our planetary environment. Gaining momentum, they will also revel in the idea of corporations manufacturing goods and providing services free of charge. Before long, the winds of excitement will eventually dissipate from once full sails and those interviewed will speak voices of programmed reason. "It's all just a fantasy, the powers that be would never let that happen." "It would never work because everyone would want everything, our planet could never sustain the mass consumption."

Possibly you will hear a statement from mind programmed sops who believe in money, "Money makes the playing field level. People who work harder, who are smarter, or more fit, should earn more money." "Anyone can get enough money to survive, if they can't it's because they are bums or drug addicts. Let them get off their butt and find a job, like I did!" "Why should a lazy person get the same entitlements as their neighbour who works harder? "Who would do all the work if everything was free?

How about this corker I heard from a real demented mind, "What about all the banks, corporations, small business owners and other wealthy people? They have invested and risked so much, how could you consider denying them what they worked for and earned fair and square?

Every person has a different perspective on this touchy subject. Regardless of how the conversation meanders, you will have some fun, also you will discover a great deal about the people who choose to debate this subject. Moreover, you will come to realise how completely our enslaved minds accept this is, was, and always will be, our reality. Countering the ethos of lost hope, I present to you my world without a paper God.


Slaying The Beast:

The first step in ridding the world of money will have to involve a complete destruction of the current monetary system. In this regard we are very fortunate, most countries are presently carrying a debt to GDP ratio of 1:1 or higher, this unsustainable debt load inevitably translates into economic failure. We know America cannot manage it's state or federal debt, collapse of their 17 trillion dollar nightmare is slated for this year or early next. Europe teeters precariously as Ireland, Greece, Spain, Italy and Portugal have already faltered beyond salvage. Japan is hanging by economic threads, as is most of the Asian Pacific rim. China and India are the only monetary giants, however, the manufacturing engine driving their success is about to blow a head gasket. Once rampant global consumerism takes a back seat to national and personal survival, every nation, including the rich, will submit to economic chaos. Humanity seeing our paper God on it's knees will motivate us to collectively realise the power to change this portrait of doom and gloom lies in the choices we make. Usury lending and corporate greed stops the moment we refuse to participate. Global solidarity will facilitate the move to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for all.

The rich will know of our power when we all stop paying taxes, credit cards and mortgages.

Freedom from oppression will be ours when we finally acknowledge 33% of our brothers and sisters have no proper home, food, clothing or education. Presently, we refuse to carry the burden of knowing 14% of our brethren are fated to starvation, when this changes, we will be compelled to rise against the machine so that we may smite our ruinous God. Calamity is upon us, humanity has been sleeping far too long. This very moment, none of us are immune to the contempt and wrath of fattened money masters. Austerity, the buzz word of this decade, has taken the masses to the precipice of despair. Marching orders from the top are clear, privatise, centralise, globalise, strip wealth from the masses. Today is merely the start of collapse, soon we will be fully engulfed in a global depression the likes of which we cannot even begin to envision. Corporate Rome burns while we collectively play the fiddle. However oppressed, incapable and apathetic we seem now, the destruction of our economy will cause us to wake from our slumber organised. Rising from the ashes, we will stand united partaking in the spectacle of our burning paper God.

Naysayers want to know, how could one expect such a society to function?

Without money, anarchy would prevail, no one would work, everyone would want a free ride! We have been programmed by main stream media to assume a "Mad Max" expression would automatically morph out of a society devoid of a paper God. In answer to such nonsensical assertions, I maintain we have ample evidence, both ancient and modern, to suggest humanity devoid of monetary considerations would conduct their social affairs in exactly the opposite vein. Two such evidentiary examples of communal living in the absence of money can be found by observing both village and family living. Historians avidly grind their collective axe by illustrating ancient aboriginal lifestyles as little more than tribalism charred by the inevitable Darwinian expression of savage sectarian violence. For many years I bought into the official tribal model, that is, until I had chance to experience tribal living first hand. Deep in the jungles of sub Saharan Africa there does exist a few back country communities fortunate enough to live out their lives relatively untarnished by the chaotic ideologies of the western world. Surviving from the fruits of their jungle habitat, they luxuriate in a communal bond which manifests as an extended family.

Twenty three years ago, I found myself immersed in the womb of one such village. I like the metaphor of a womb, the images rendered offer an illustrative adjunct highlighting the security, serenity, insulation and love I felt whilst in their care. Another apropos extension of the metaphor allows one to appreciate my presence in the village was representative of a journey to a foreign world. This world was alien to anything I had experienced before or since. Living with Congolese villagers enabled me to step backward in time over one thousand years thereby experientially absorbing the ideologies of ancient tribal society. Science fiction writers love to invoke the return of time travelers from a distant future who gloriously reveal the hindsight needed to save mankind from it's inevitable self destruction. The aforementioned literary motif always assumes salvation must be derived from knowledge yet to be acquired. Modern society has a tendency to trust science and innovative technology will always manage to keep humanity one step ahead of oblivion. The race to illuminate solutions, in the nick of time, is what we brazenly referred to as progress. My assertion is such that our species cannot truly consider itself progressive if we carelessly disregard what has already been learned. Iterative development requires we advance the entirety of learned knowledge as a collective output. The totality of output from a given generation then becomes the input foundation for the next generation to build upon.

Modern society acquires knowledge at a rate of speed significantly outpacing our ability to assimilate it's various gains or consider the many disastrous ramifications. An appropriate simile finds us racing down the knowledge highway incapable of knowing the full extent of what the scenery offers. The faster we travel, the less complete is the knowledge we gain. To appreciate the extent of lost detail, one could imagine walking from L.A. to New York, juxtaposed, to taking a F15 fighter jet. Having raced across the country in a jet, can you tell me how beautiful the desert appears under a starry sky, or describe the smell of morning dew resting upon a forest of pine? What would our world be like if modern society had metaphorically walked to New York? We can find answers to this important question by closely examining the Congolese model of tribal society. If we consider modern society the jet, then surely village life represents the pedestrian version of societal progress. How do they differ from us? What lessons can they teach us? Can their structure of belief lead to solutions capable of freeing us from this monetary insanity long enough to thrive as an emancipated species? Instead of the futuristic sci-fi matrix of a time traveler saving the day, let's entertain a historical hero, a village saviour who offers us wisdom from our distant forgotten past.


Wisdom Of Village Living:

Dancing flames cast warm orange hues against a dark starry blanket as I listened intently to the village elder philosophically describe the essence of his people. Without benefit of a recording device, I am left to rely upon memory to offer this loosely paraphrased rendition.

What is daily life like for your people?

Life in our village begins here! Cupping a handful of soil, he allows it to slowly filter through his fingers. Our Mother earth gives life to us all. Without her we have nothing, we are nothing. Extending both arms, he includes the entire jungle. All living things come from her, from the smallest bug to the greatest beast, we are all her children. Every moment of every day she chooses to give us life or take it away. There are times she decides to take life from one child, he holds up a papaya, so that she may feed another child, he takes a bite and rubs his belly with a smile. Her spirit lives with all her children, water, rocks, trees, plants, even the wind carries her wishes. Our Mother desires we love and respect all her children, if we do, she promises each child we meet will give us gifts. Whether on legs, wings or roots, no children are taken, each is free to roam about on Mother's back. Peoples of our tribe are family, every man and woman of age is the father and mother of all the village children. In kind, each child knows every adult to be their father or mother. We share everything Mother earth gives us, all gifts given to me are also meant for my brothers, sisters and my children. We do not work, not in the sense of your people. Everyone gathers food, each as is best suited to the task needing completion. Women and our children fish, gather vegetables, spices, medicine plants, fruit, nuts, snakes and small beasts. Men make traps, poisons, and medicines. Men also hunt with the spear, dart, knife, bow and sling. Our homes are managed by everyone, thatch and grass is gathered by the children, elders weave repairs, and our women keep the huts swept.

Mother plays the greatest role in your village life, please tell me more of her nature.

As I spoke earlier, there is nothing that does not come from mother. She makes us, she feeds, clothes and houses us. Mother also watches what we do and rewards or punishes us. If we waste the life of her children, or if we take freedom from her children, then Mother will be upset. When Mother is angry with us she insists we journey far into the jungle for food. She may allow her children from the sky to wash away or blow down our homes. Mother also asks we keep and protect some of her special children, one such special child is a lake not far from here that is only for Mother's pleasure. We are forbidden to take from this lake. If you visit her and try to enter her she will run away. If you try to cast a net into her water she will consume your net, or, she will run away. Take a bucket and try to fill from her wealth, she will empty the bucket so her water can travel back to her. Mother also has trees we cannot harvest from, she tells us by taking the fruit away as we reach for it, or by spoiling the fruit before it can be prepared.

How do you and Mother feel about foreigners, like myself, who visit your village?

Those, like yourself, who Mother brings to our village as guests are here to receive her gifts. When we feed you, Mother refills all our bowls. Giving you place to rest your head encourages Mother to provide us all with safety during the night. Caring for your needs today will mean Mother will care for all our needs tomorrow.

Mother seems to be the equivalent of what many in the west call God. Is God another name for Mother?

God, from what I am told, is someone who cares for the children of the greater world. We know of your religion but do not understand why your God needs to gather love for his son Jesus. If Jesus was a child of mother's, like myself and you, then he would have known the love of all Mother's children. Jesus, if he was as great as I am told, must have know he existed only because Mother chose to feed and love him. Jesus lived many ages ago, we could be standing on Jesus now, we don't know what Mother did with him. I do not know your God, but I have been told we must love him or he will torment us now, and in the afterlife. Your God appears to demand love from you for his son and himself, this is not the way of Mother. Mother does not demand anything of her children, but she does desire that all her children love, cherish and respect each other always. When her children misbehave, Mother will make their life more difficult, this way we know she is unhappy. There was this tree which would not allow beast children to live in it, every time one tried, she tosses it to the ground. Mother was not happy with her child's behaviour so she took from the tree her fruit. Knowing of Mother's unhappiness upset the tree so much it allowed beast children to make a home. No sooner had Mother noticed the change in the ways of the tree, she gave back the fruit she took away the season before. Mother does not ever desire to bring harm to her children, however, there are times when Mother must guide her children toward unity and love.

How do you define Love?

Love in your heart and mine must be the same. For me, love is the harmony Mother wishes for all her children to experience. When we choose to live by Mother's wishes, we are choosing to love.

Having had the opportunity to dip my ladle into the hearts and minds of these unique peoples provided invaluable lessons instructing me in ways to live life with honour, respect, and most importantly, love. In the course of a few short days, Mother had turned my world upside down. Conversations with the village elder caused me to realise our Anglo American lifestyle had corrupted my mind with complexity, avarice, consumerism and separation. I came to understand Mother had given me audience with her child so that her teachings could become the rudder steering my ship to new horizons of unconditional love. Mother had shown me what it truly means to be family, moreover, she taught me to comprehend all manifest reality is in fact her children. Family does not begin and end with those who carry our blood, family is represented by the totality of beingness. Extending our conceptualisation of family is the essential key to happiness, health and freedom for our species. Imagine if the ideology of this tribe were to be adopted by all peoples of the earth.

What great accomplishments could we create with the comprehension that we are all brothers and sisters?

This wonderful village man taught me many lessons, all confirming the age old expression which states, "Mother knows best."

Relating the story of village life to others often yields the comment, "I appreciate how they could manage to live that way in a jungle community of a few hundred people. However, in my city of three million, with government and corporation running the show, you would have to be an idiot to believe we could live without money like jungle people do!" For those who maintain village living is unattainable in the modern city environment, I always reply, "you already live like they do, except that your sense of family is restricted to those blood relatives you love."


Wisdom Of Family Living:

Look at the way your family behaves, do you, your wife and children exchange money for your services? In every home around the world, humanity lives in cashless harmony within the loving confines of their nuclear family. Without reservation, or care for recompense, we constantly tend to the needs of our spouse and children. We choose to feed, clothe, house, educate, nurture, and love our children, all in the knowledge money will not factor in the exchange.

When my wife prepares dinner for the family, she does not later present a bill to each family member. If my daughter needs a new coat, I would not send her into the street to earn the money for the purchase. How big will the bill be that you present to your son when he leaves home? Twenty or so years to raise a child at a cost of $15,000 per year, does that mean your child should owe you $300,000? Imagine how ludicrous it would be if every family unit had an auditor managing family assets and debits whilst ensuring dividends from the family income only go to members who produced wealth or offered the family collective redeemable services. In such a bizarre setting, the family sits down to dinner, father and mother get massive helpings whilst the non productive children stand naked at the table staring at crumbs. Funny how we think such a scenario to be insane, while at the same time we fail to recognise one third of the global population does not have sufficient food, clothing or a roof over their head. Family living is about gifting love, caring for each other, reveling in the good times whilst remaining united through hardship. If we simply chose to extend the definition of family beyond the confines of the nuclear experience then we would see fit to provide all neighbours far and near with the unconditional entitlement of equal opportunity. Seeing the nuclear family in harmony should be enough to convince the most ardent of skeptics that solving inequality, and ridding the world of money, is all about the philosophical choices we make as a society.

What if we were to embrace Mother's definition of family, would that not be enough to convince us money has no place in our world?


How A World Without Money Will Happen:

First and foremost you must understand society will move to a money less society. The reason I am certain of such a statement is because the economic model of a debt based monetary system is, by the very nature of it's design, unsustainable. There is no doubt a complete dissemination of the monetary system is presently being managed by elite moguls of the corporate banking industry. Their plan has always been to orchestrate global destruction of the monetary system as part of a problem, reaction, solution scenario designed to enable the establishment of a one world government. Time and again, we have seen corporate rats use monetary depression as a segue to world war. When the dust settles, these same vermin stand on their soapbox cleverly spewing solutions designed to calm the masses into believing the age old promise "If you take our advice, we can assure you, this will never happen again!" WWI and WWII were perfect examples of how they created problems, then used the chaos of war to illustrate the need for centralised power. Historically, we know the post war environment seeded organisations like the U.N., World Bank, Bank of International Settlements, International Monetary Foundation and the World Health Organisation to name a few. Initiating the transformation to a money less society will be realised by humanity taking on of the following three roads; corporate controlled new world order, social anarchy, or spiritual enlightenment.

Part two of this post will peek into our future by taking a quick stroll down the three aforementioned roads. Prior to the next installment, I would be very interested to know what you think a society without money would look like?

Do you agree one of the three roads is a viable or probable outcome?

Do you feel we will always have some sort of monetary system?

Possibly you could tell us what happened with the experiment I asked you to consider undertaking?



In Lak'ech, believing in unconditional love....

18 comments:

  1. a very thought provoking entry Christopher

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  2. Yes - money has to go! Thanks for spotlighting this issue. Regarding the three roads, my "money" is on the third one, spiritual enlightenment with no monetary system, and instead a gift economy, whereby everyone gives whatever surplus they have to others, unconditionally. Sharing :)

    BTW the first road - "corporate controlled new world order" - has no chance, though they will undoubtedly try.... Those who would control us all have already lost control, even though they may not realise so.... That was the old way, the one that has produced this broken mess we are now experiencing (hell on Earth).

    The second road, "social anarchy", looks inevitable to me in the short term, but we humans are very adaptable indeed, particularly in times of crisis, and I suspect and hope that such anarchy will bring out the best in us.

    But, our only long term solution is spiritual awakening - there is no escape from this, even in death!

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  3. Namaste brother Ron, thank you for taking the time to visit.

    In Lak'ech, prosper without money live with love...

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  4. Namaste brother Ian, I have very much enjoyed your last few posts. Thank you for your visit today.

    I entirely agree with your assessment. I was watching a video where the "Yes Men" visited Australia and presented a portrait of the WTO choosing to embrace the impoverished. The panel of trade unionists and corporate big wigs, to a person, agreed with the ethos of caring for all peoples. We all want to eliminate poverty, however, no one is prepared to demand change YET.

    I am sure we will choose love over greed.

    In Lak'ech, brother Ian, prosper without money live with love....

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  5. Excellent post my sync-ing brother, as your first image,was my sync...The next piece I create will be much related lets just say...
    As for your whole synopsis, I couldn't whole-heartedly agree more, and I think it's in all of our best interests to somehow start moving away from money little by little, as it's not an easy thing to accomplish that's for sure...getting rid of un-needed 'monthly billed conveniences' is a great way to start, as it seems nobody realizes just how much they spend every month from numerous different companies, for these so-called 'things you can't live without'... hell, does anyone REALLY need a cell phone?
    I've personally been fine without one...but that's just me I guess ; )

    to be able to live somewhere where the land can be farmed (Permaculturally), and exist with loving neighbors who all work for the benefit of the local tribe, is what we need to seek, and hopefully one day, we of like minds, can meet on those grounds...

    let's work towards that day diligently...!

    be well my friend...

    : )

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  6. thanks for yr visit chris.. hope you are doing well. was just reading this post... quite like yr analogy of mother and child. was just thinking about it today..in a different context though. mother and fetus/ mother and child etc etc. anyway...there's no experience as the one being in the womb.
    in your words... ~love over money.

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  7. Namaste brother Brad, I always get a hoot out of your art, will look forward to the next series. I agree it is not easy to move away from money as the trappings of society demand it's presence.

    Being a salesman everyone just assumes I have a cell phone. I told a business contact the other day that I don't own a cell or have a answering machine, she almost dropped dead with incredulity. When I told her that I have never used a cell, she flatly did not believe me. I very much like the idea of communal living, but only if there is no one who feels compelled to rule over others.

    In Lak'ech, brother Brad, living with freedom is loving each other...

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  8. Namaste sister Bani, it is very much my pleasure to have you on my blog roll. We have many muses if we accept their presence, you and my brother Brad are two wonderfully artful muses inspiring me.

    As you are so actively inspired, I look forward to seeing some fruit spill from your table sister...

    In Lak'ech, prosper with the wisdom to love....

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  9. Excellent article Chris.
    Apologies for my lateness in commenting.
    I imagine a much more stable and happier world without money. A move toward barter exchange of neccesary goods would be a start.
    I believe many of the problems truly began when TPTB started re -programming us with a new concept of "need". Most people now have no understanding of the true concept.
    The vast amount of what folk think they need - they don't!
    Thought provoking as usual.
    All the best my friend.
    Carl (The 'Guide)

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  10. Namaste brother, I love the word imagine, it always reminds me of John. You are spot on with the development of need.

    I spent one year living in a small make shift hut constructed with my chainsaw. That year I purchased tea, sugar, fruit, flour and a few other staples. The rest of necessary provisions I either trapped, hunted or fished. All I owned was a few books and a few changes of clothes.

    Life was simple, exquisite and wonderful. I am not saying I would like to go back to those days (big difference between 24 and 51), however, I learned a great deal about the difference between want and need.

    Thank you as always for your warm visit.

    In Lak'ech, prosper with simplicity live with honesty....

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  11. dear brother,

    another thought provoking post! i am looking forward to the second part. indeed, there are some cultures most specifically those still living in the farthest reaches of this planet which "civilized man" had not touched yet who are living simple lives but are profoundly happy and with peaceful well-being. theirs is not a culture where success is always measured in terms of material acquisitions and aggrandizement; where competition is of paramount importance.

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  12. Namaste brother, these far off places of peace, love and freedom from materialism is just the kind of place people like you and I find welcoming. I hope the heavy rains have abated and that your country and community can get back to some semblance of order. Thank you as always for your visit and kind comments.

    In Lak'ech, brother Sito, prosper with love live with truth...

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  13. History of the World"

    "All problems, depressions, wars, disasters, assassinations – ALL of them were planned, caused, instigated, and implemented by the International Banksters and their attempt to establish a central bank in every country in the world, which they have now done, thanks to corrupt politicians who have been bought and paid for. This is all you need to know about the history of the world. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, who issued silver certificates, and Abraham Lincoln, who issued treasury notes (greenbacks), were the only men who actively intended to stop them. Both were assassinated by the Banksters. Garfield and McKinley talked about stopping them. Both were assassinated by the Banksters." - Mary Elisabeth Croft

    "The Government should create, issue, and circulate all the currency and credits needed to satisfy the spending power of the Government and the buying power of consumers. By the adoption of these principles, the taxpayers will be saved immense sums of interest. Money will cease to be master and become the servant of humanity." – Abraham Lincoln

    :) DS888

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  14. Namaste brother Ian, thank you for your visit. You are absolutely right, except you forgot to mention JFK who arguable made the clearest and most definitive statement about bankster conspiracy.

    In Lak'ech, brother, live with love prosper with truth...

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  15. Yup!

    John F. Kennedy made this speech April 27,1961

    Until we realize the world is run by secret devils, we should stop the carnage that is taken place all over the world. The wars in Africa, Iraq and Afghanistan, of today and the wars of past years, ww1 and 2. The ill treatment of the Chinese people, Russian, Polish; the list is endless. We can, and should stop the progress of the new world order.

    In this speech John clearly states the danger we are in from these secret societies.
    The Freemasons had been infiltrated by a deeper darker society with evil intent. They are "the Illuminati".

    I made a post about this on DarkStar Jan 17, 2010. http://darkstar888.blogspot.com/2010/01/beginning-of-miracles.html

    Here is the link just for the YouTube Vid:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=V1smgz-px1Q#!

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  16. Thanks Ian, I will look forward to viewing the video.

    In Lak'ech, brother DarkStar, live with peace...

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  17. CDS Said: ... "I choose to identify money as a root of suffering." and "Humanity has a very enigmatic relationship with money, whereas, we have been bred to idolise money, whilst at the same time, it is en vogue to publicly vilify it's role in societal destruction." and "More bizarre behaviour is expressed as society tacitly teaches each generation to unconditionally love, adore and worship this God."

    Chris, I reread this information and I want to say that you really nailed it. Below are some quotes that conform your understanding, with a bit of symbolism added. I plan to do a post...

    "The whole world runs of money. The word MONEY is a hidden form of the words MOON and EYE, referring to the MOON GODDESS, the MOTHER, and to the ALL SEEING EYE, the SUN, or SON of God, sometimes described as the Light of the World."

    "The MOON EYE, MONEY, is the Sun and the Moon, or Solomon. The sun/son and moon/mon are symbolic of the male and female genitalia, and the reproductive sex organs. The sun/son sex organ is the PENIS, or SPINE, (the very backbone of life) and has its money symbolized by the lowly PENNY, or PENNIES. This is the SPINE of the SPHINX, the Lion King, and is the reason that Lincoln is on the USA PENNIES. This alludes to, or suggests, what L. Frank Baum refers to as the Yellow Brick Road."

    "Examining the statue of the Sphinx of Egypt reveals that the original object was carved out of one massive stone, but restorations over the centuries included smaller bricks or stones to fill in the parts that had been eroded away. These bricks refer to the ebb and flow of the money, or financial systems of the world, that come and go, that ultimately lead to the end goal of total control of the whole world system that attempts to place the whole body of humanity into an intellectual and religious system of physical and psychological bondage.

    This end goal is meant to veil, or hide, (through suffering, sorrow, pain, and death) the Original Eternal Wisdom State, that is Reality, and that is Who and What we really are. Attempting also, to hide the fact that humanity has no basis in Truth or Reality, but is simply a tool of the luciferian Mindset, conjured up to distract and deceive, with the hopes of destroying or at least controlling, the All Knowing Paradise State."

    "The Yellow Brick Road is hiding subliminals such as the recent LIBOR scandal (link below) which has been going on for literally decades, but has only now surfaced, to bring forth the obvious, that the whole financial system was established to eventually lead the masses of humanity into a place of slaughter, where the suffering and horror was meant to be experienced by all."

    "That suffering and horror can only be sidestepped by realizing that the whole of the 3D illusory plane is a sham. An utter fabrication, a fraud, … and as the Wizard of Oz story will show, everything has been conjured up for this very illusory moment of deceit."

    "YELLOW BRICK ROAD = HOLY BRI-K ROA-D = LIYH-B-OOARR and (Ka Death) = LIBOR death of the financial money systems of the world. The death of the money system, is the sacrifice of the Son and Mother, the sacrifice of the Pillars of Solomon’s Temple."


    Libor Scandal's Potential Costs Exploding To $88 Billion Or More. (note the figure 88 Billion, 8 = control)

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/27/libor-scandal-bank-cost-estimates_n_1833150.html

    NUFF SAID!

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  18. Namaste, thanks for the adjunct to my post brother Ian, it was very interesting. I really don't know how people like you can cram so bloody much detailed knowledge into your head.

    Funny you should mention the Yellow Brick Road, I always felt it was a fun but oddly very unsettling tale.

    I will look forward to your next post and enjoy your elaboration of the subject.

    In Lak'ech, brother Ian, peace and love...

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