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    Someone posted a personally rewarding comment on my YT channel. I want to post it here and will.


    Amazing....

    " Politics is duality - Please think how a Hive would run, if it had separate parties in it"


    thanks Modwiz
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    Enjoying and resonating with your insights and concepts as well as clarity Modwiz............practice makes perfect as they say Quickly self taught in honing your You Tube presentations as they just get better and better moving forward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy View Post
    Really enjoying your insights and concepts as well as clarity Modwiz............practice makes perfect as they say Quickly self taught in honing your You Tube presentations as they just get better and better moving forward.
    Any undertaking of mine is approached as a craft and rough beginnings are all part of taking the first step. Thank you for your feedback.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seikou-Kishi View Post
    I think of it as "verbal algebra" unless somebody puts in their own work to fill in the gaps, they'll never solve the equation.
    This agrees with an article I was reading last night about the divergence between the philosopher and the mage around the end of the first millenium / beginning of the second millenium; the thinking was (and anyone who has studied alchemy at all should be aware of this) that because philosophy was an attempt to understand without manipulating, it was a "safer" study than applied magic which sought to learn the secrets of nature in order to make use of them, which risked exposing the mage to more powerful, more cunning entities which would make use of the unwitting mage.

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    How can one say , as we do ''we are one'' , in the end ''we are one''
    Without a hive mind concept of understanding. hmmmmm

    We all seem to know this automatically and yet here we are.
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    You know i realise i made a serious mistake , i think ... that video i commented on in your Ronsgobel thread ... i thought it was you, in the video ... Was it ? cos now i see it wasnt ... or was it ?

    you grey long haired dudes ... you all lok the same to me , ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonz View Post
    How can one say , as we do ''we are one'' , in the end ''we are one''
    Without a hive mind concept of understand. hmmmmm

    We all seem to know this automatically and yet here we are.
    That is why my videos are attempting to present a clearing to allow for gnosis, or knowing. It is our polarized duality thinking that keeps us from being able to operate from hive or unity consciousness and autonomy simultaneously. In duality thinking the two parts of the whole seem quite apart form each other. Resolution is prevented.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NANUXII View Post
    You know i realise i made a serious mistake , i think ... that video i commented on in your Ronsgobel thread ... i thought it was you, in the video ... Was it ? cos now i see it wasnt ... or was it ?

    you grey long haired dudes ... you all lok the same to me , ha

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    Ron Van Dyke and I do have some similarity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by modwiz View Post
    Ron Van Dyke and I do have some similarity.
    Ok so i owe you an apology for wanting to help Ron instead of you who in fact did not need my help etc cos it wasnt you it was Ron... man do i feel like someone going through a swinging door on sombody elses push .. .

    immagine me putting my hands together and bowing in a sort of ( but not really ) sub servient way.

    hmmmm

    N ; 0)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NANUXII View Post
    Ok so i owe you an apology for wanting to help Ron instead of you who in fact did not need my help etc cos it wasnt you it was Ron... man do i feel like someone going through a swinging door on sombody elses push .. .

    immagine me putting my hands together and bowing in a sort of ( but not really ) sub servient way.

    hmmmm

    N ; 0)
    Ron is stuck in a victim mentality unfortunately. I do expect him to make a breakthrough in the future. Our reality is about to change in a big way.

    This week China hiked the pay of 39 million Chinese gubmint workers by 60%. If one made 500 a week it would go up to 800.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-0...public-workers
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    Mod, another great vid.

    I like your description of perfection as stasis as death. It is apt. At the very least, perfection is the lack of growth or movement- a lack of communication- the absence of dynamism. It is antiseptic- anti-creation -a perpetual womb-like, Eden-like environment where nothing new can occur. It's the ultimate yawning chasm- a grave.

    This insight should serve as a warning for utopianists of every stripe. Theirs is a psychology that seeks death, ultimately. It sees life as something to be conquered, corrected and nature as something to be subjugated.

    I like your conception of the hive being composed of autonomous individuals. On the surface, it looks like a paradox: a collective made up of individuals.

    But it's not.

    Because, as you've mentioned, the unity occurs as a result of the individuals following their own individuated (and therefore slightly different) natures.

    The individuation serves to create dynamism and helpful disequilibrium, which provides the energy the individuals need to seek correction and homeostasis within the whole.

    Without the slight differences, the askewness of the pyramid, the dynamism wouldn't exist. Life as a process wouldn't exist. Existence would be static, and therefore wouldn't be life in any real sense.

    This imperfection, which is really kind of perfect, actually, creates the conditions for dynamic communication and meaningful growth for the unity through the growth of the individual. That's the benefit of duality, as far as I can see.

    I like how you've separated 'duality thinking' (which is unhelpful) from 'duality' itself, which is a helpful disequilibrium. The former can't see beyond its own separateness, where the latter follows its own nature, and in so doing benefits the whole.

    You're right: communism isn't the hive-mind you speak of. It is a matrix version of the hive mind, with an architect who strips away the autonomy of the bees, and usurps the queen's role. It is a hijacked hive. And let's face it, the honey there probably tastes pretty ****ty.

    Nobody's enjoying themselves in that hive- because it's a hive without real autonomy- only separation. It isn't a dynamic oneness- an individuated oneness. It's bees separated from their natures and merely put to work.

    So much food for thought, wizard. Thanks again, my friend.


    Quote Originally Posted by modwiz View Post
    Here is the latest video. I am very happy with it. Could have gone off on many paths to fill it out but, it would be redundancy to further elucidate an idea by examples. It is good to leave some disequilibrium. See the video to know why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt View Post
    Mod, another great vid.

    I like your description of perfection as stasis as death. It is apt. At the very least, perfection is the lack of growth or movement- a lack of communication- the absence of dynamism. It is antiseptic- anti-creation-a perpetual womb-like, Eden-like environment where nothing new can occur. It's the ultimate yawning chasm- a grave.

    This insight should serve as a warning for utopianists of every stripe. Theirs is a psychology that seeks death, ultimately. It sees life as something to be conquered, corrected and nature as something to be subjugated.

    I like your conception of the hive being composed of autonomous individuals. On the surface, it looks like a paradox: a collective made up of individuals.

    But it's not. Because, as you've mentioned, the unity occurs as a result of the individuals following their own individuated (and therefore slightly different) natures. The individuation serves to create dynamism and helpful disequilibrium, which provides the energy the individuals need to seek correction and homeostasis within the whole.

    Without the slight differences, the askewness of the pyramid, the dynamism wouldn't exist. Life as a process wouldn't exist. Existence would be static, and therefore wouldn't be life in any real sense.

    This imperfection, which is really kind of perfect, actually, creates the conditions for dynamic communication and meaningful growth for the unity through the growth of the individual. That's the benefit of duality.

    I like how you've separated 'duality thinking' (which is unhelpful) from 'duality' itself, which is a helpful disequilibrium. The former can't see beyond its own separateness, where the latter follows its own nature, and in so doing benefits the whole.

    You're right: communism isn't the hive-mind you speak of. It is a matrix version of the hive mind, with an architect who strips away the autonomy of the bees, and usurps the queen's role. It is a hijacked hive. And let's face it, the honey there probably tastes pretty ****ty. Nobody's enjoying themselves- because it's a hive without real autonomy- only separation. It isn't a dynamic oneness- an individuated oneness. Its bees separated from their natures and put to work.

    So much food for thought, wizard. Thanks again, my friend.
    Thank you, Curt.

    Use of the word death, over stasis, was to drive a point. Stasis is neutral and the actual state as you point out.

    So far, this is my favorite video. I feel a lot got explained, in an easy to apprehend fashion. I now see some of my task as working to explain how to get into unity thinking by pointing out what polarity thinking is and how it works against us perceiving correctly.
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    The New video, The Ambassador and Red Dragon Family: A Synopsis with Commentary. It will be up in about an half hour.
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    The Ambassador and the Red Dragon Family: A Synopsis

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    Fantastic, absolutely.

    In the first video, your discussion on dynamism was very interesting. The existence of two disparate positions multiplies complexity: between the black point and the white point exist every shade of grey. If those terms are all a little semantically loaded, we might say between red and yellow exist every shade of orange.

    Duality is an essential part of creation as long as the duality is not disproportionate and detrimental to oneness. The multiplication of cells within a womb is an exponentiation by the number 2: 1 fertilised egg becomes 2 cells, 2 become 4, 4 become 8 and so on. 20 becomes 21, then 22, then 23, and so on.

    I enjoyed the message in the second video, particularly concerning disclosure being a revelation of the Red Dragon Family family history. This would perhaps be the gentlest disclosure, as it gives people a chance to deny it while the information settles in their consciousness. That, also, would respect the sovereignty of all involved. A ship landing on the White House lawn, with clearly non-Earth-human pilots, would not give people this opportunity for acclimatisation.

    And on the point of the Ambassador's comments that he is not proud of his connections to European royalty. Even this in itself is not an insult, but rather what we might call "the ostensible lack of a compliment" lol.
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