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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle Chaol
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Hello! I have recently started reading your post... I'm on page 2! lol... but i skipped to the end and saw you would be leaving in a couple days so i have some questions:

1. How is it that your "people" "world" discovered this means of "travel"?

2. Do you think that our corrupt world will ever advance to a state of peace and equality?

3. What pointers can you give us to be one with our soul?

4. Do your "people" die?

Sorry if these questions are a lil far fetched... i just am trying to understand a bit of everything i have learned recently on GLP lol...

is this guy kinda on the right track?
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

he says we should NEVER eat animals, should be growing our own food to ensure that it is not contaminated, we should be sungazing and also meditating! to sorta sum it up! lol

 Quoting: QueenJay

Hi. Thanks for your questions.

Some are familiar with how to use it. (About 10-15% I think. Mostly in university, military, and some hobbyists.) Many others simply don't care. An analogy would be the PC or internet in its early days.

It's not that we discovered it directly but it is a benefit of having discovered Ecsys Prime.

With our understanding and interpretation of Ecsys Prime many things become clear.

For example, with time and space travel we discovered that we need not use fuel to go somewhere that is here now. Once that is realized, the maths is just something that takes a bit of time once we're focused on its solution. And we express the solution in ways different from what you're used to on this world. (Our maths is very much influenced by our use of neuronics.)

Think of how amazing it is to be able to print just about anything at home, from your computer. How impossible such a thought would be 20 years ago! To be able to print an entire house? Science fiction!

Neuronics may appear to be science fiction, too. But it is something that makes sense once it is thought about thoroughly. And, of course, very useful. I suppose you could say that we had an open mind to it, much like this world had an open mind to the PC, internet, or the possibility of printers.

2. Do you think that our corrupt world will ever advance to a state of peace and equality?
 Quoting: QueenJay


Sure, when we stop seeing it as being corrupt :)

It is not that the value isn't there. Of course, all values are there. The question is how do we interpret those values?

Working against corruption actually creates more of it. Same for crime or anything else considered "bad". Resisting the values and trying to push them away gives them energy.

I'm not saying to give into crime or anything. What would be best for civilization is to realize that it can be interpreted in different ways.

The crime of today is entirely different from the crime of 100 years ago. We have evolved into a different interpretation of corruption, crime, etc., of values that will all ways be there.

We can interpret corruption to simply be a corruption of food, for example, instead of social corruption.

When we trust our own people then peace and prosperity is created.

There is no need for the current interpretation of police forces (which, in many places around the world, are becoming more militaristic. You can do away with the police entirely to reduce crime significantly over a 5-to-10 year period. Most of your prisoners can be freed, for example, to end the cycle of crime and punishment. It sounds crazy and is in a way (because there would be a few years of anarchy) but you're all ready approaching anarchy all by yourselves.

When we enforce peace and prosperity, the opposite is manifested.

The three things that I think would most help are:

1) Ending the tax system. Instead of income, corporate, and sales taxes there could be a transaction fee of perhaps 1% every time funds are transferred from one party to an other

which would do away with interest and mostly pay for

2) Free infrastructure. Anything that is infrastructural could be free and plentiful for all who lived in the land. Roads, internet, telephone networks, transportation, energy, water, etc.

3) A 'crimeless' society, satisfied from getting rid of all but a small handful of laws that basically state that you are punished only if you cause harm to others. There is no need for prisons. Functional communities of rehabilitation for offenders would work much better. You'd still have crime but it would not be anything near like what you have now.

Two things I don't recommend for this society but have helped us, in a way, are:

Something that our world has been working on for the past 10 years is a type of points system for everyone. Each person has a unique ID that is used as kind of reputation system. That means if you're out walking around and someone spits on you then you can add two points to a certain category in their profile. When you meet someone you can see how many points they have in each category.

We also have surveillance everywhere. For example, instead of cameras being under the scrutiny of a select few the data from every public camera is in the public domain. Meaning government offices, streets, etc. Our surveillance system monitors everything but anyone and everyone is able to monitor it. That means you can find out where every cent of any money ever spent it going. (Every quantity of money has a code, which can be tracked anonymously. We don't know who the user is but know what it is being spent for. The biggest buyers are still anonymous but we can usually figure out which government or which department is doing the spending.) The conversations and movements of public officials are also monitored. It doesn't mean that neighbors are spying on neighbors. It's more of a way to keep the public in the public's hands.

I don't particularly care for the last two. That's one of the reasons why I prefer living in this world.

3. What pointers can you give us to be one with our soul?
 Quoting: QueenJay


Unfortunately I don't know what that means.

4. Do your "people" die?
 Quoting: QueenJay


Yes, same as here. No difference.

Sorry if these questions are a lil far fetched... i just am trying to understand a bit of everything i have learned recently on GLP lol...

is this guy kinda on the right track?
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

he says we should NEVER eat animals, should be growing our own food to ensure that it is not contaminated, we should be sungazing and also meditating! to sorta sum it up! lol

 Quoting: QueenJay

When we start telling others what they should and should not do then that's when the trouble begins.

We can each have the freedom to live our own lives as we interpret how they 'should' be led, without obstruction.

The human body was made to eat other animals. You can certainly change it but it's not something your body is really used to. I prefer to be pesceterian, but that's just a personal preference and does not generally benefit me any more than being one who eats other meats.
 
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