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Manifesto for the Noosphere: The Next Stage in the Evolution of Human Consciousness (Anglais) Broché – 6 septembre 2011

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“José Argüelles’s last book is appropriately called a manifesto. I hope that it is in fact a premonitory description and that his vision of connection and oneness will come to pass—otherwise, our future looks dark indeed. Argüelles clearly believes we will make the transition to full humanity, fulfilling our promise and evolutionary destiny. His huge confidence and deep wisdom combine to make a remarkable vision seem not only attractive but attainable. Read this. It will help forge your linkage into a critical mass of truly human beings.”
—Dr. Roger D. Nelson, director of the Global Consciousness Project

"José Argüelles's contribution to our critical time is truly unique. He combines deep spiritual insight with a sense for the reality and urgency of acting on that insight. His "manifesto" is a veritable bible of the deep dimension of the worldshift in which we now find ourselves. It should be read by all awakened humans, and all who wish to wake up and participate in the greatest attempt ever to consciously steer the evolution of our not only biological and social but also spiritual species."
—Ervin László, author of WorldShift 2012

"Manifesto for the Noosphere is not only a work of genius but a vital guide to making the shift from the biosphere to the noosphere, the next stage in the evolution of Earth consciousness. He integrates the work of Teilhard de Chardin, Sri Aurobindo, and the Mayans with Russia scientists' "cosmism," looking at issues of planetary and universal evolution as a function of the emergence of "living intellectual matter," synchronized by cosmic mind. This is a work of immense importance and encouragement for us all."
—Barbara Marx Hubbard, Foundation for Conscious Evolution
"I would like to think of this book as the will of my old dear friend, the late Dr. José Argüelles. He is the person who taught me what the nature of time and the calendar really mean. I am certain that we can learn how human beings can live with nature in the noosphere. I strongly recommend this wonderful work."
 —Dr. Masaru Emoto, author of Messages from Water
“Manifesto for the Noosphere is a masterful synthesis of noospheric thought. Arguelles tackles difficult themes with a characteristic clarity and accuracy; this book resets our thinking and offers practical solutions of how to expand mundane consciousness to cosmic consciousness.”
—Liubov Gordina, President of the Noosphere Spiritually-Ecological World Assembly; author of the Noo-Constitution

"[A] must read capstone work."
—Robert David Steele Vivas, author of Manifesto for Truth: Expanding the Open Source Revolution

"Timely last words, and meditation schedules, from a key cosmic thinker of our times."

"Jose Argüelles was indeed a visionary, and his ideas offer us a way out of the malaise of the post-industrial era. It is clear he saw and felt this shift and described it through the culture and vision that resonated with him."
New Dawn

“Manifesto for the Noosphere
is not only a work of genius, but a vital guide to making the shift from the biosphere to the noosphere, the next stage in the evolution of Earth consciousness."
Gaia Media

"You know a book is good when the author's introduction pulls on your heart strings right away... Argüelles maintains that the Earth is more than a bunch of land masses, bodies of water, flora and fauna... Somewhere between the lines of the Aboriginal "Dreamtime" and the Jungian Collective Unconscious lies the concept of the Noosphere."

Présentation de l'éditeur

The noosphere, identified in the early twentieth century as intrinsic to the next stage of human and terrestrial evolution, is defined as the Earth’s “mental sphere” or stratum of human thought. Manifesto for the Noosphere, the final work by renowned author José Argüelles, predicts that the noosphere will be fully accessed on December 21, 2012—but warns that we will only successfully make this evolutionary jump through an act of collective consciousness among humans on Earth. The ascension to the noosphere or Supermind (using the terminology of Sri Aurobindo), Argüelles says, will be an unprecedented “mind shift” that mirrors the emergence of life itself on the planet.

Manifesto for the Noosphere
is intended to inform and prepare humanity for the nature and magnitude of this shift. Argüelles brings in the Mayan long-count calendar, radical theories on the nature of time, advanced states of consciousness, and the possible intervention of galactic intelligence. He carefully details the role of the noosphere in relation to other planetary strata (hydrosphere, biosphere, atmosphere) as well as the history and nature of the biosphere-noosphere transition and the intermediary phases of the technosphere and cybersphere.

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EVOLVER EDITIONS promotes a new counterculture that recognizes humanity's visionary potential and takes tangible, pragmatic steps to realize it. EVOLVER EDITIONS explores the dynamics of personal, collective, and global change from a wide range of perspectives. EVOLVER EDITIONS is an imprint of North Atlantic Books and is produced in collaboration with Evolver, LLC.

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19 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Jose's last book 2 juillet 2011
Par W. Paul Blakey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I shook Jose's hand for the last time, nearly a year ago on the Day Out of Time in Vancouver, BC where he was giving a talk at the Prophet's Conference. At that time he was interviewed by a rather edgy Daniel Pinchbeck who seemed unwilling to be swept into Arguelles' vision.

And yet, less than a year later Pinchbeck's group publishes this book, which turned out to be his last (at least until Cosmic History Chronicle Volume VII manifests).

It's a lucid explanation of the biosphere - noosphere transition in relation to the Law of Time and it is a tribute to the genius of this man that he was able to consolidate an entire lifetime of study and experience into so few pages.

Highly recommended as an antidote to the hysteria surrounding 2012.

Highways of the Mind: The art and history of pathworking
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Timely 30 septembre 2012
Par o sol - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
A concise and well written account of the most important revelation of our time. This book will stand the test of history, in fact, its not til the rest of humanity has awoken from the dream of the violent civilisational advance that most will realise this importance of this work.

This book is full of hope and purpose, meaning and loaded with wisdom and knowledge with practical application to everyday reality. Be prepared for a meditative journey beyond science and the usual reality into the cosmic super-natural where human potential is more than we can even begin to fathom from our current perspective. In the context of all of Arguelles work, this volume is at once a breeze at the same time as breath-taking. a great bedside reader, HIGHLY recommended for all.
12 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Baseline Reading, VERY Dense, A Long Study 29 janvier 2012
Par Robert David STEELE Vivas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I read this book in galley form and forgot to post a review after the pre-order period ended. This book was a direct inspiration to my own forthcoming book from the same publisher that I am evidently not allowed to link to here at Amazon, The Open Source Everything Manifesto:Transparency, Truth, and Trust.

From the author:

It [noosphere] is a whole-systems paradigm that melds prophecy and analysis of current world trends. It is a perception that the transformation of the biosphere is inevitably leading to a new geological epoch and evolutionary cycle, and it is due to the impact of human thought on the environment that this new era -- the Noosphere -- is dawning.

This is a capstone work that integrates all the author's past works, each linked here.

The Mayan Factor: Path Beyond Technology
Earth Ascending: An Illustrated Treatise on Law Governing Whole Systems
Time and the Technosphere: The Law of Time in Human Affairs
Surfers of the Zuvuya: Tales of Interdimensional Travel
Galactic Meditation: Entering the Synchronic Order
The Transformative Vision: Reflections on the Nature and History of Human Expression
Book of the Transcendence: Cosmic History Chronicles Volume 6
The Arcturus Probe: Tales and Reports of an Ongoing Investigation
The Call of Pacal Votan: Time is the Fourth Dimension

and more. One could spend a lifetime on this author's reflections.
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The crowning jewel in the work and life of José Argüelles 12 septembre 2012
Par Mat Walker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
You know a book is good when the author's introduction pulls on your heart strings right away. Like many of us, José Argüelles speaks of the awkwardness of being in such a beautiful world that seems to have a dark spell cast upon it - the bizarre reality of duality in it's prime. He paints his visions of a pristine planet being ripped apart and raped by mankind's disconnection with the Earth and her natural cycles. In what seems to be a tone of invocation, he speaks as the Earth, "The clever ones mapped me and made globes to resemble me; they chose to live by their own time and ceased to live by great cycles that govern the universal order. For the sake of money, they divided their time and they divided the Earth; They no longer considered themselves part of the Earth; instead, I, the Earth, became their slave. They created all manner of machines, and for their machines they needed everything they could take from the Earth. They tore down my forests, ripped open my mountains, and dug deep in the land and the sea for fuel to run the machines." Then he continues in an almost prophetic tone of warning, "And I saw that among the clever ones there were dreamers, prophets and messengers, poets and artists who saw another world, who warned you, who tried to tame your greed and your lusts for the benefit of your soul."

Argüelles maintains that the Earth is more than a bunch of land masses, bodies of water, flora and fauna, as you will discover in this book. But rather, the Earth is a work of art with an evolving soul that we are all connected to. Somewhere between the lines of the Aboriginal "Dreamtime" and the Jungian Collective Unconscious lies the concept of the Noosphere. The Noosphere, from the Greek word "nous" meaning "mind", is a field system of psychic-mental energy surrounding the Earth that directly effects the evolution of mankind's consciousness in a synchronistic symbiosis. Argüelles speculates that the Noosphere was realized when mankind received it's first glimpses of the planet as a whole in the 1960s and will be consciously activated on December 21, 2012.

He explains the new Noosphere paradigm and draws parallels and insight from scientists, philosophers, mystics and his own experience. It is his experience and vision which compels me the most in this book. The book is almost his last wish for humanity and the Earth, it is his nudging of us to do better, and be more - a manifesto indeed! His dream for our future is sstated quite eloquently when he says "The shift into a noospheric state of being represents a collective focusing and unification of human consciousness hitherto undreamed. Synchronizing ourselves in ever-greater circles of harmony, we will become a new species - Homonoosphericus. Creative peace will be inherent in our new self-preception and developing awareness of the universe in which we find ourselves. The problems we face today will dissolve in the light of a consciousness operating according to a unified planetary program. Spiritually interconnected and acting with a truly planetary and galactic perspective, we will dance to the greater rhythms of the cosmic Supermind. Art will become our way of life."

As artistic and beautifully crafted Argüelles' vision is, the book is aimed at the more intelligent reader, laying out complex mechanics of the noosphere and the research that supports his hypothesis. The book is full of beautiful diagrams (ha, I know, but it's true, the diagrams are really well done) to help illustrate his rather detailed model of the noosphere's relationship to ourselves and the Earth. Manifesto of the Noosphere is the crowning jewel in the work and life of José Argüelles and a book I have a feeling will only grow more popular as one of those "important books" in the movement of new consciousness as more people discover it and realize the truth (which he says is an inevitable) of the manifesto for the Noosphere, which is:

"I am one with the Earth
The Earth and my self are one mind."
The final message from a seer! 13 juin 2015
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Jose Arguelles, also known as “Valum Votan, Closer of the Cycle, has been called “the High Priest of the New Age.” His constant message since the 1970s has been that if humanity is to survive the industrialization of the planet, we must change both our calendars and our vision of the universe. Therefore his sudden death at age 72 shocked and surprised many who were anticipating his participation in the culmination of his life’s work on December 21, 2012 as the Mayan calendar came to an end.

It is therefore with great interest that his posthumously published book, Manifesto for the Noosphere arrives on the bookshelves.

Jose Arguelles, born Joseph Anthony, was a controversial author, artist, visionary and educator. He founded the Planet Art Network, and the Foundation for the Law of Time. He held a Ph.D in Art History and Aesthetics from the University of Chicago. He was the twin brother of poet Ivan Arguelles and was one of the originators of the Earth Day Concept, and founder of the first Whole Earth Festival in 1970 in Davis, California. He is probably best known for the 1987 Harmonic Convergence Ceremonies held right across the planet that heralded the final Mayan cycle. He asserted that our Gregorian calendar leads us into irregular, destabilizing, mechanized ways of thinking and so we need to return to a natural sense of time. For him and many other scholars, that means the Mayan-inspired harmonic, holistic Thirteen-Moon Twenty-eight Day calendar.

His final book, Manifesto for the Noosphere encapsulates his assertion that humans must change or perish. The term “noosphere,” refers to the mental sheath or envelope of thought that encompasses the Earth. The word is derived from “nous,” the Greek word for “mind.”

“The presentiment of the noosphere fully awakened in me in 1969 upon seeing the whole Earth from space on the television,” writes Arguelles in the introduction. “Soon after, I organized the First Whole Earth Festival, and together with my students at the University of California, Davis, we transformed the central quadrangle of the campus into the “global village”—all in anticipation of the first Earth Day set to occur a month later, on April 22, 1970.”

Shortly after the gathering he came across the work of University of Pittsburgh physicist Oliver Reiser, who proposed a vision of the noosphere as consisting of two halves—an Eastern (intuitive) and a Western (analytical)—which function holonomically like the two hemispheres of the human brain.

The consciously activated Noosphere, has been linked to a specific date, December 21, 2012 (12/21/12) writes Arguelles, who clearly found the obsession with this date somewhat amusing, as he pointed out that “few other dates in history have so excited the planetary imagination. Since I introduced the date with the publication of my book, The Mayan Factor, in 1987, fascination with its meaning—the end of the 5,125-year “Great Cycle,” a measure of one of the calendars of the Classic Maya civilization of Central America—has grown exponentially. Today this date is surrounded by a deluge of information that amounts to a cultural phenomenon. That this cyclical endpoint has become so widespread in the popular imagination is already a symptom of the unifying effect of the noosphere. What came to mass consciousness first as a symbol of collective apocalyptic fear (as in the recent Hollywood film that shows the world annihilated by earthquakes and tidal waves) can now be recognized and understood as a long-awaited liberating archetype of consciousness elevation and spiritual fulfillment.”

Manifesto for the Noosphere is a detailed book outlining a vision that clearly burned inside the mind of this visionary. There are copious diagrams, and detailed meditation techniques. The reader is encouraged to pray and to even study the prayer lines created across the world as Muslims face Mecca five times every day to pray. It is clear the enigma that was Arguelles was in the end a determined faith in the spirit of humanity.

“Science says seeing is believing, but as any true visionary knows, you have to believe in order to see! That is the only way the new can be envisioned. And if you can see it then you can manifest it. A faith, a will, an unceasing aspiration are all that are needed—and the exertion to see it through to the end. This is the sustaining faith of all the visionaries who have dared to dream the Noosphere,” he writes.

The question may be; do we dare to join him in this vision, or do we dare not?

Arguelles companion and apprentice, Stephanie South who shared his final years has written in “Time, Synchronicity and Calendar Change” of the final few days and weeks of Arguelles’ life. Just three days before the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, Arguelles became suddenly ill. He told Stephanie South that he felt he was channeling the nuclear energy of Japan. His illness climaxed on the equinox and supermoon, an event that only occurs every 18 years, and on March 23rd, he left the world at the exact time he came into it: 6:10a.m.

“Absolute peace filled the room as I watched him take his final breath and slip naturally and purely into another dimension,” she writes. “Even in death, he gave all that he could to this planet. His life is a testimony of sacrifice of the individual personal soul in service to the divine soul.”

In his foreword to “2012, Biography of a Time Traveler” Daniel Pinchbeck described his reaction to Arguelles vision that humanity would begin to voluntarily take down the post-industrial “technosphere” as we approached 2012, returning the planet to a pristine garden, preferring to live in small groups and engaging in telepathic ceremonies. “I argued that this seemed impossible – that we were headed for wards and ecocide, not a return to the garden,” he writes. “My job as a visionary is to envision the best possible outcome for humanity,” explained Arguelles. “If I don’t do it, who will?”

It seems that most people allow their conception of what is possible to be determined by the mass culture, or consensus reality. If enough people began to envision a different reality, would that mass of energy tip the balance and produce such a world? Certainly Arguelles believed so. It would be easy to dismiss “Manifesto for the Noosphere” as yet another sugar-coated vision of a perfect world that would occur if we all ate tofu and sang folk song around camp fires every night, yet there is more to this than meets the eye.

In 1987 I was a cub-reporter for a local newspaper in Edmonton, Canada. My editor assigned me to cover the Harmonic Convergence ceremony that was to take place by the river and featured Cree Native American singer, Buffy St. Marie. Like most journalists, I was pretty cynical and many New Dawn readers will remember some of the jokes that filled the newspapers at the time, including dubbing it the Moronic Convergence. I attended, I photographed and wrote up the story and nothing about the ceremony changed my mind, yet I have to admit that within six months my whole life had indeed changed. A few weeks after the ceremony I was invited down to the Blackfoot reservation and ended up living and working with traditional Medicine Men and women for many years.

Jose Arguelles was indeed a visionary and his visions offer us a way out of the malaise of the post industrial era. It is clear he saw and felt this shift and described it through the culture and vision that resonated with him. So many visionaries offer us seemingly unpalatable vision of 2012, that there is clearly something going on in the collective unconscious that aligns us all with this date. Psychedelic philosopher Terence McKenna also offered a different vision of the exact same date based on patterns within the I-Ching. Both visionaries are now deceased yet their visions live on.

In his closing paragraph, written on December 12, 2010 Arguelles expresses the wish that the “Noosphere will set a vast majority of humanity aflame with a visionary faith as we approach the 2012 threshold.”

Only time will tell if the seeds Arguelles planted will prosper or if we will collectively dream a different dream.
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