Monthly Archives: July 2011

When love meets hate

Looking at society nowadays, we can see that the extremes are getting bigger. It’s not only about the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer. It’s the hardening of society that turns people into utterly disgust of their world and therefore they see only one way left and that’s hating. A hatred so deep that it will allow them to go into extremes. At the other end of the polarity we see those that neither can face the current world, but are too weakhearted to face these immense and overwhelming feelings. They turn to fantasy and they create a fantasy world around themselves and meet up with others to dwell within beauty, love and light.


Of course there are still people in between these extremes, but the majority belongs to the group of haters or the group of lovers. So far it hasn’t done the world much good. Both groups are creating extremes within our reality. The lovers are waiting for this universal awakening and being saved by galactic saviors. Lets have a look at this great awakening and lets for a moment buy into this belief. This awakening would lift us to higher vibrations so all will be saved, which would automatically imply that we all become lovers. That’s where things turn bad. If we like it or not this earth has a few basic principles/laws that can’t be dismissed, principles like gravity, balance, consequential outflow or polarity. In this case it’s polarity where the lovers are willing to mess with. If within the polarity of love and hate, we take the balance out of it, we are literally fucked. The law of balance will instantaneous kick in, whenever the balance gets lost somewhere along the way it will be restored by the law of balance. It doesn’t take a degree to figure out what that will mean for the hate within this world.


We are already in a stage where we experience a foretaste of what extreme hate does with people and what those people do with other living organisms. How far are we willing to go? How far do we need to go to see that standing and taking self-responsibility doesn’t imply physically destroying our reality. The hate is so extensive that we do not allow ourselves one breath to slow down and see that we are fighting like Don Quichotte against the hate that is inside ourselves. Hating and loving are of the same origin, both when lived are taking away all forms of self-responsibility and make looking the other way possible. Within this we overlooked another principle, the consequential outflows of looking the other way and not taking responsibility that causes the hate or love to initiate in the first place.


In other words, when we choose to live in ignorance, thinking we know and understand our own capability of creating, then there is no room for whining. There is no room for complaining and yet we are. It’s like we magic a rabbit out of a hat and then claiming we didn’t do it. We are the ones that created our world, wether we want to face our creation or not is irrelevant. Our world did not become this way, because higher, more worthy beings placed us here to learn a lesson. We were placed in this earthly existence by the creators of our physical form and were given creative powers without a manual. After eons of time and lack of education on what is really going on in existence we are not even capable of seeing the simple equation of polarities within this world. Outbalancing the polarity of love and hate will either way mean destruction. Which will imply the relapse of our physical reality and love will meet hate. Practically seen this would mean going back to the stone ages, because we would consequentially allow to destroy and taken away the modern day information and living structure.


If we were brave enough we would see that it all started with us, not wanting and willing to look at who we have become. Choosing anonymity to feel secure. Pointing outwards while looking for the reason that is within. They keep us dumb, they profit from us, they are speculating on our basic needs, they are taking what is ours. And yes that is horribly true, they do this. The only reason why they do this, is because we allowed and accepted it. So instead of spreading love or hatred, we must let go of the energetic experience of hate and love. We must see that the only thing that is real is here in front of our eyes. In front of our eyes is the world that is on fire and as long as we do not put out the flames and investigate what is here, expose what is here, we are in for a hell of a ride that most of us will not make.


The only way is the way to Self, educate yourself and understand you and you’re own created world around you. Taking responsibility means facing the love and the hate within you. Seeing it and defining it for what it is and correct yourself wherever necessary to live the words you speak. Revolution is only a word that implies hope, anonymity is only a word that implies safety, identity is only a word that implies that you do not understand yourself. Only when you are willing to see the beast and the beauty in you, you are ready to face the points that are relevant to improve yourself and be a living example for the beings around you. We need to grasp that only as we see ourselves as a group that is able to move forward we will act in the best interest of all. Hating is an act of the ego that derives from fear and jealousy. Loving is an act of ego that derives from lack of self-worth and greed. When love meets hate we will have fireworks to celebrate the end of society as we know it.



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Posted by on July 22, 2011 in Uncategorized


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Fear for the machine

With the upcoming of factories at the beginning of the “Industrial Revolution”, England was the first country that started to assembly products by having its factory workers creating separate parts in central factories. In previous times the manufacturing of products was carried out in homes. Apart from the work at home a lot of the manufacturing had taken place in factory workshops. All workers were now forced to work in the central factories. These new factories were largely responsible for the modern cities that formed throughout the world. With these modern cities the demand for workers increased and people from outside these cities migrated into the modern cities. Already back then people feared the uprising of the factory machines and they saw their jobs being threatened by the machine.

In the sixties people migrated from countries with less work to the richer countries where the demand for factory work was still increasing. The consumeristic demand for products kept rising and in the seventies fast factory machines were installed in many factories. Which still allowed a lot of people to work within the factories. None of them worked there out of free choice, but merely to earn a living and sustain their basic needs. Industrialisation was still in full motion and the owners of factories invested a lot of money in the research of machines, which could do the work many times faster than the human workers. Here the fear of the machine came in full play. People feared losing their jobs for not being as efficient as the machines. They blamed the machines for taking in their places. Hand labor more and more disappeared and the demand for unskilled factory workers decreased and a large part of the workers was replaced by IT-personnel with the upcoming of the computer in the nineties. White-collar workers grew at the expense of the factory workers.

Television shows and cartoons were feeding on the fear of the human for the machine. Science-fiction showed how robots and machines could do almost everything and make our life’s easier. Though the general public saw this kind of entertainment as fiction and was merely scared for what the machine might do. The more effective the machines became the more fear existed. With the upcoming of the computer for the masses, people saw the advances of it and feared it at the same time. The fear for the unknown and by feeling oneself less than the computer simply because people didn’t understand the machine, made it a dangerous and competitive device for man. After the computer and simultaneously a lot of other digital machines or devices were released on the market for the masses, this fear of the machine was again fed. These more advanced devises divided man into roughly 3 groups, those that understood technology, those that didn’t understand it but nevertheless used the devices and the group of illiterates that still only feared the machine.

The fear for the machine and the blame on the machine was and is basically a primal instinct. Man perceives himself as competing against the machine when it comes to basic needs and money. Isn’t that a form of separation, claiming that the machine can take over one day? Isn’t it us that invented and built machines and isn’t it us that allow and accept the machine to have this magical position within society? Shouldn’t a machine just be “a machine” that assist us to be more effective?

All those fantasies about machines becoming smarter than we are and humans becoming more of a machine themselves when medical devices are implanted, are simply unreal fears. Does nobody see that we are robots, organic robots? The only difference with the machine is our capability of having emotions, feelings and reactions. The machine can become more effective than us due to the lack of emotional noise.

If the fear of the machine has its origin within money and for a small part ignorance, how could we take away that fear? The machine and the more advanced machines have been developed to gain more money for a small group of people. In order to make more money the machine was labeled as more reliable than the human worker. Jobs disappear which make people mad and develop a fear for the machine, instead of seeing in what kind of a system they are participating. A system where we are glad to do jobs that we, if we had the choice, never would have chosen. So we become mad about losing a job that is taken away from us by the machine that we didn’t want to do in the first place. Therefore it’s all about money, we fear to lose our money to pay us a decent life. This sounds like the world in reverse. Shouldn’t it be of importance to develop machines that can assist the human in being more accurate and faster without having to think about jobs disappearing that nobody wants to do, when honest?

The fear of the machine goes hand in hand with the fear of not being able to sustain oneself. When people their basic needs would be met through a basic income the fear of the machine would disappear right away. People would gladly help to develop more advanced machines in order to no longer having to do these kind of time consuming jobs. The few that still would fear the machine from the point of ignorance should become educated and getting assistance with the release of the polarisation, less versus more.

The biggest fear we humans have to work on is indeed the fear of the machine, but the machine in this context is us. The fight against ourselves. Knowing how automated we are when we look at our behaviors and patterns. We like to be more than machines and for instance the animal kingdom. We like to think that our ratio is making us more and doesn’t make us act in a pre-programmed way. But we seriously need to get real and look in self-honsety at ourselves. Look at our behaviors while shopping or when gathering in large groups such as festivals and beaches. Look at our urge when it comes to procreation and sex and look at how equal we are in our behaviors as organic robots. We are not fighting and fearing the machine, we are blaming it so we do not have to investigate ourselves for not being able to change our world and create a place that’s best for all.

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Posted by on July 10, 2011 in Uncategorized


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