The universe is written in the code of conscious empowerment

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How to instantly tell who’s evil vs. good: the philosophy of ‘control’ vs. ’empowerment’
From a spiritual perspective, the Creator granted humans free will precisely because free will puts control into the hands of the individual, not a centralized power figure. If we were not meant to be free, we would never have been created with free will.

In this way, “controlism” stands in contradiction to the laws of the universe and the existence of free will and consciousness. Thus, the underlying philosophy of the political left is anti-consciousness, anti-free will and a contradiction of the fundamental laws of the universe.

This is why collectivist mandates feel so alien to a free-thinking human being… because control freakism is a violation of self-evident, universal truth. This is also why the leftist / collectivist political philosophy is doomed to fail: It exists in gross violation of the laws of the universe. No human being inherently wants to live without freedom, functioning merely as an obedient peon under a system of centralized control. It feels wrong because it is universally and spiritually wrong.

That is why it will fail. And that is why all those who defend individual liberty, free will and individual empowerment quite literally have God and the universe on their side.

In summary, then, if you want to determine whether a person is “good” or “evil” — in effect, whether they are living in congruency with the laws of the universe — simply place them on the spectrum of “control” versus “empowerment” and your question all but answers itself.

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Kind regards,

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8 Responses to “The universe is written in the code of conscious empowerment”

  1. Anonymous says:

    if you want anyone to take your post seriously, could you please also post any available evidence you have that this god you referred to actually exists,

  2. Tapestry says:

    Anyone who can prove they created themselves, please comment now.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Nice one Tap! Hadn’t thought of it quite like that, only that the only persons not to have a navel were Adam and Eve who died a long time ago.
    Almost completed the Genesis project proving the Troll’s comment futile.

  4. Tapestry says:

    Adam and Eve were genetically created, and were the first of the Adam genus to be made able to breed independently.

    According to Sitchin.

  5. Anonymous says:

    So this vague god thing created Adam and Eve and gave them (but not all the other animals) free will? Free not to eat? Free not to sleep? Free not breathe? We are part of a web of life and all life is a slave to it’s nature and environment. Just as the bird “decides” to build it’s nest in that tree, the human decides to live in that house. Free will is merely a pleasant illusion.

  6. Nixon Scraypes says:

    The man said “the creator”,I was just going to post and say yes I agree with the post as long as the creator is not defined.Being in a physical place obviously has it’s restrictions it’s what you do with them that counts. You may not have free will,as your comments so graphically demonstrate,but I can assure you that I do.Enjoy your servitude.Apart from that I get the feeling that Sitchin is/was a mason.How does his information square up?

  7. Tapestry says:

    Sitchin may well have been under masonic influence. I see that his writings were not deceptive in what they recounted and translated, but in what they omitted to mention.

    Once Marduk realised he could rule Egypt as ‘Amen’ – the absent God, he no doubt developed the techniques for mass deception, which are still used to this day. Sitchin carefully avoids any cross-reference to today’s world, and stops short of explaining how our world relates to the one he found in Sumerian/Akkadian translation.

    He no doubt was given his parameters. But did Sitchin manufacture all the evidence he writes about?
    I don’t think he was in the business of creating false evidence.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Those who still believe in ‘free will’ will enjoy this article:

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