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Stephen E. Robbins
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This book [Dawn of the Akashic Age] is but a litany of limiting concepts on human intelligence and potential, which is to say divine potential, set in a future police state framework of a New World Order collective with a unhealthy dose of the new quantum spirituality, i.e., the spirituality of the Borg. Any questions?
Well, just in case, though it would take three books to unravel the errors and misleading statements in this book (and I won't come close here), let's begin with Laszlo's standard thesis that we (the planet) are running out of fuel sources. Oh yes, as far we can determine there only will exist wind, solar, a little (but unlikely) tidal energy, maybe some fusion. This is nice if you are abysmally ignorant of the century-plus suppression of energy devices (by those very elite behind the NWO) which tap into, why yes, the famous akashic field!! Where, oh where did that akashic field go, that - quoting these very authors - "cosmic sea of energy?" Must be "closed for business." Read Jeane Manning Breakthrough Power: How Quantum-leap New Energy Inventions Can Transform Our World for a history of this suppression; start perusing the subject on the web. Are we really supposed to believe there has been no progress in physics for 100 years? Well there hasn't been of course in that surface show called academic physics; the real advances are all in the black programs - the programs controlled by the elite, for the elite.
A future utopia - this is what the authors envision. All is provided - "goods, services, transportation, information, education, healthcare, communication..." The authors need to read Levine's "Ameritopia;" it is in actuality a far, far more spiritual book and with more thought on the nature of utopias on one page than in this entire (Dawn) book. All utopias imply, require, inescapably demand - control, i.e., massive government FORCE applied to the people. And in this future, there will be plenty of it; it is just conveniently not mentioned, unless you might be concerned about the future "United Peacekeeping Force" - the sole military force in the world. It is correlated with the fact that the word "freedom" is not found once in this book. There of course, according to the authors, is no need for private property. Yet private property is the foundation of economic freedom, and economic freedom the foundation of political freedom. A nation or planet of people utterly dependent upon government is a nation and planet of slaves. Can one really hold that this utter abandonment of individual responsibility is considered an advanced, evolutionary state by and in this Cosmos? The authors seem to critique the banking elite, however, socialism is the very ice cream of the banking elite; it demands the infinite, unrestrained creation of money from nothing (on which the people pay the bankers interest) - a privilege given only to the banksters. Precious metals, say the authors, will have no place in the financial order of this utopia; the framers of the Constitution demanded that gold and silver be the only currency of the US (Article 1, section 10). Why? Because they hated the London bankers. They knew that the constraint of a real currency, i.e., gold, would not allow the bankers to create vast wealth from nothing, they could not take control of a nation; something Rothschild began plotting from the birth of this nation. Read the fight of Jackson against the 2nd National Bank. Read what Lindbergh or McFadden had to say at the time of the establishment of that control mechanism wholly owned by the banking elite - the Federal Reserve and its collection agency, the IRS - both born in 1913, both an abomination to a free people. Nothing these authors have to say embraces the removal of this banking elite from control of their NWO, now the authors' "United Peoples' Council." This includes their proposed "local currencies" which will be just as controlled (or destroyed) as Bitcoin. And where do the representatives on this Council come from by the way? Could it be from the same obscure hole the unelected ministers of the EU are hatched? We see that the future governments "are not formed exclusively of politicians; they include... scientists, well known thinkers/intellectuals...", i.e., the ever-present elite always found running a utopia. In general, these authors are utterly clueless as to the spiritual significance of the United States and the evolutionary advance its Constitution represents. Old hat, passé. If you want the straightforward picture as to what is being painted in this book, simply go read about UN Agenda 21.
Education - this is the new "collaborative education." Everything is to be learned in groups, done in groups, shared in groups, in that wonderful quantum coherence of mind (the mind that magically the whole world tunes into apparently just by reading something like the authors' intellectual account of quantum physics, or by reciting their new mantras - see below). Group think. How wonderful. You know, it is so like how Galileo made his discoveries. Or Newton. Or Tesla. Profound. In their "manifesto for a new consciousness," the authors trot out their new mantras (call them affirmations) for their new spiritual age, e..g, "I am an irreducible and coherent whole with the web of life on the planet." Perhaps children are supposed to recite these. I'm sure it will be an exciting session of daily programming.
The Christ Consciousness can be defined as "Cosmic Being fully aware of Itself in the individual," or conversely, the individual fully aware of himself as Cosmic Being. But there is no real individual in the authors' future. There is no individual attainment, no would there be any. Where, in their conception, is room for Anandamayi Ma, who held a train engine spinning its wheels at the station while she purchased a ticket to board? Where, in other words is there room for any God-realized being - a Babaji, a Yogananda - who is not subject to their concept of human limitation? There is no room - the utopian state would fear them.
This is an insidious philosophy. Welcome to the new Borg.