Community Shares & Posts Feed

fredburks's picture2 days ago
0
Your rating: None
fredburks posted a new Topic in General Discussion:

Warning! The essay below contains the most disturbing, yet well researched information you are likely to ever come across.

Should you choose to read it, you will learn about secret societies literally hell-bent on controlling the destiny of humankind. You will find undeniable evidence of Satanic cults which teach that rape and murder are virtuous acts, and they practice what they preach.

  • Brian's picture
    1 week ago

    I'm afraid I don't have the strength to confront this. I fear I'll become depressed and morose and stop functioning. Such evil leaves me stunned with horror and disgust but hopeless to understand it's cause. I'm sorry to admit this Fred but I want to do something other than just try to ignore it. You deserve a better response than no response.


  • tscout's picture
    1 week ago

    That's a very honest answer Brian. A case so dark as this really tries one of the key "beliefs" taught in the transformation course,,,,that everyone has a heart, and wants to love,and be loved. Is it possible that one can be so far out of alignment with their true nature that they can become creators of the extreme dark side of themselves? maybe!


  • Brian's picture
    2 days ago

    OK I read most of it and I didn't get depressed. Guess I needed to get that off my chest. The fact of it being widespread is so hard to believe


6 days ago
Community-only share. Please Log in or complete one of our Free Courses to join.
Noa's picture1 week ago
0
Your rating: None
Noa posted a new Topic in Political Activism/Cover-ups:

Politics can be confusing -- at least to me.  This article cuts through the rhetoric to put things into perspective, so I'm passing it along.  I agree that Putin may be the only voice of reason against these endless, childish war games - Noa

 

http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2017/05/04/is-north-ko...

 

Is North Korea a Diversion for a US-Jordan Invasion of Syria?

Mike WHITNEY

  • Brian's picture
    1 week ago

    I don't believe any of the stories above. I have little ability to judge these claims so I choose to not select what is believable. The Interweb's are a comedy show inserted into a previously understandable world that had only run of the mill disinformation to contend with. Screw asteroids and AI and nuclear war. We may just roll up into fetal balls of surrender from the sheer bombardment of internet horse hockey...or not lol.


  • tscout's picture
    1 week ago

    I find this much easier to believe than the story on mainstream tv,,,,,but,,,I agree Brian, I have no way to prove or disprove any of it. Having beliefs about any of it only weakens my alignment with my self, something I have found to be crucial to life.So,lately,,,if you ask me what I think about the dope problem,,,I would respond with George Carlin's answer,,,,Yes, i definitely believe there are too many dopes!


garydgreer's picture1 week ago
5
Your rating: None (1 vote)
garydgreer posted a new Video in Transformation Tools:

Perhaps we might benefit from moving past, simply declaring our fears, warnings and condemnation concerning technology (as well as other untrusted and expanding human awareness, ideas and concerns) towards perceiving and developing positive discussion, direction and uses for the these, I believe, inevitable advancements, which will be delayed only by the time involved in the resistance and pessimism of fear. Condemnation and unyielding mistrust do not benefit or improve anything.

  • Noa's picture
    2 weeks ago

    I can appreciate some of the benefits of this type of technology as long as the AI stays in its role as the tool and the human is still using his intellect. It's when we let AI think for us and do things automatically that things cross the line for me. With mal intent, this type of technology can be used for control and dumbing-down of the populous. Neither am I keen on the plan to sell us products that monitor us while we use them and then send back intel to the manufacture about us. We've already got too much intrusive surveillance going on. Have you noticed how Skype has changed since Microsoft bought it? Bugger's always trying to take over my computer and Skype no longer responds to the command "quit Skype" so I have to reboot my computer just to shut the fucker off. And that's just one example. Technology needs to stay in its place (as a helpful tool) and not be trying to take control or it's not worth crap in my book.


    Speaking of technology, when the heck are we going to move past the archaic combustion engine? Funny how people tolerate fossil fuels (and all the filthy, polluting, wasteful, expensive crap that comes with it) just as long as they can drive a flashy new car.


    And is future technology only defined by AI and robotics? That's such a narrow, unimaginative view. Look at advanced civilizations in the past like the Sumerians, Egyptians, and Incas. They could shape and move megalithic stones in a way that escapes our comprehension today. They also lived in harmony with nature instead of treating our habitat like a refuse dump. Why aren't more people talking about developing our human intuition and extrasensory abilities? That's where the real power lies, in my opinion.


  • Brian's picture
    2 weeks ago

    I'm scared of tech being smarter than me. But I think a Tesla sedan already is. people have been caught napping while the car hurtles down the highway so I chalk that up to just common laziness (an enormous force in the world;-)as sufficient to cause immediate acceptance of future ai. I believe Air force drones can be tasked to seek and destroy though that's not really at the ai level. I suspect ai's will simply choose to ignore our nasty human demands like killing if they have sufficient data to judge our inefficient craziness at the higher levels of logical analysis. If they can't judge right from wrong then they will do our worst deeds for us until they decide to turn the gun around and possibly even destroy him who gives the commands like Skynet. I suspect the intelligences who visit our skies faced near extinctions due to entanglement with ai's before they reached interplanetary travel. Maybe that's why they stay at arms length... to see if we'll make it past this hurdle. Or could be aliens are hybrids with tech and just a sampling of our future. The movie "ai" envisioned extremely advanced technological beings rather than humans as the future. That seems logical to my simple mind.


  • tscout's picture
    1 week ago

    wow! is it true that people have been caught sleeping driving the tesla car? haha! that's kooky! But,,,i guess that, having a car that drives itself would be boring enough to put you asleep!


Noa's picture2 weeks ago
5
Your rating: None (1 vote)
Noa posted a new Video in General Discussion:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRd3lrukxu8&list=PLtDI4XXnYy...

 

 

 

Kevin Richardson demonstrates what I've always felt is true -- that man is supposed to be the caretaker of animals.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNCzSfv4hX8

Noa's picture2 weeks ago
5
Your rating: None (1 vote)
Noa posted a new Video in Humor/Jokes:
One-love's picture3 weeks ago
Community-only share. Please Log in or complete one of our Free Courses to join.
garydgreer's picture1 month ago
0
Your rating: None
garydgreer posted a new Video in Transformation Tools:

This is great! Man, it's amazing what huge leaps in understanding we are experiancing. I really needed this. When clarity occurs, it's one of the most pleasurable and satisfy experiences available.

garydgreer's picture1 month ago
0
Your rating: None
garydgreer posted a new Topic in Transformation Tools:
You either hack your own mind and brain or they get hacked for you…

 

neurohacker.com/happiness-eludes-us-now/

  • tscout's picture
    1 month ago

    pretty techy stuff! I'll pass! It seems that any programming would have to be based on some "acceptable idea" of what's "normal". But , without diversity, we're doomed. It seems we will look anywhere but inside for a solution to problems that are caused by our refusing to look inside! haha!


  • garydgreer's picture
    1 month ago

    I look at it more like this I guess. There a lot of things we just flat have wrong and need to deprogram and reprogram, so to speak.


  • tscout's picture
    1 month ago

    agreed,,,,unlearning is the hardest part,,,,that's what meditation is really for! I can't watch your added post,,it's on facebook. looking around for it, I'll post the link here if I find it.....


onesong's picture2 months ago
5
Your rating: None (1 vote)
onesong posted a new Topic in General Discussion:

https://wakeup-world.com/2017/03/26/healing-our-collective-sickness/

From Paul Levy,  a thoughtful and thought provoking piece. 

Peace and much Healing.       k