Neil Kramer : Population Weaponization

http://neilkramer.com/parapolitical-surgery-on-freeman-tv/

Neil Kramer talks to Freeman, host of Freeman TV.

“Discernment arises from, let’s say, 10 percent knowledge that is learned, that’s scholarly study information, but 90 percent, 90 percent, personal experience. That is: getting out in the world, speaking to people, listening, making mistakes, getting it wrong, collapsing, having triumphs, fostering excellence, forming friendships, knowing love. Life. Real life. How to conduct yourself. How to communicate. All of that juicy, fascinating foundation of life… That stuff is easy over the period of 100 years, if you’re left to it.

But if you go to school and college and then work, you miss all of it. You never get to sharpen that discernment through living because you can’t have the time and energy within the pathetic rigid structures of imperial education and commerce; they’re not there. So the system keeps people busy enough, too busy, that they’re always on this hamster wheel chasing around to simply – I mean, why are people doing it? Shelter, transport, clothing, food, and a bit of leisure. Pathetic. Absolutely retched way of living…

It’s ironic that you can’t see it while you’re in it… The compulsion to engage in commerce is the big trick of society. It takes your time away and without time, it’s almost impossible to develop discernment… No time, no discernment.

If you do have time, and you can sit outside the system – which is everybody’s privilege in creation to do that, it’s not fortune or good luck, it doesn’t happen to you just by mistake; you have to build your bridge out of the system – if you do that, and if you have time, discernment will begin to arise. But, you have to generate that.

Most people are so hopelessly entangled in this treachery of commerce in life, which is put upon them since infancy, that they can’t summon up the clarity or the strength to even identify that there’s a problem in their life, let alone fix it and move on to better ways.”
~Neil Kramer

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Neil Kramer : The Myth of Civilization

http://neilkramer.com/the-myth-of-civilization-veritas-radio/

Neil Kramer talks to Mel Fabregas, host of Veritas Radio, to discuss “The Myth Of Civilization.”

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All these social movements that we’re seeing at the moment, this division in society… people in the streets, and violence and hate and great disturbance… It is NOT an ideological war. It is NOT a conflict of principles and values from left-leaning liberals and democrats against right-leaning conservatives and republicans. It is not that. It is not about border-less oneness or bordering nationhood. It’s not that. And it has nothing to do with racism, or sexism, or xenophobia, or bigotry, or any of that…

What we are seeing now, in the world today, is the earth shattering difference between the free human and the conditioned human. And that’s it. Take the politics right out of it. Forget it. We are seeing a sort of Grand Canyon between the self-determining, awakened, natural, sovereign man and the profoundly conditioned, sleepwalking robots; those who can think freely, and those who cannot.” ~Neil Kramer

http://www.veritasradio.com/guests/2017/03mar/VS-170323-nkramer.php

Teachings of Ayahuasca & 15 Essential Life Lessons

https://wakeup-world.com/2017/03/18/teachings-ayahuasca-creation-death-rebirth-15-essential-life-lessons/

“1. We are the Creator existing in a quantum field in an infinite number of versions. Creator is not a noun, it is a verb. It is the process of alchemizing thought into form, energy into matter, and it is the process of life itself…

2. All versions of realities exist simultaneously. We shift from one to another based on our current vibration on a moment-to-moment basis, and our current vibration is determined by our thoughts and emotions…

3. Creation is effortless when we are not in our own way…

5. We do have the power to choose a preferred reality at any time. First we need to get clear on what we truly desire, and we learn what we truly desire through experiencing contrast, or the absence of what we desire. The duality in life provides us with that contrast and the darkness in life is not a punishment but an opportunity for us to wake up to our true essence so we can tap into our own power of conscious creation.

6. Time does not exist. There is only one eternal moment of Now where all realities, past, present and future exist simultaneously…

15. In order to live a life of unlimited freedom and conscious creation, the ego needs to go through some type of death and rebirth so it can surrender its need to control, and release its past, stories, roles, identity and any existing programming. Some refer to this as spiritual awakening – a.k.a. awakening to our True Self, the part of us that is an extension of Source Energy. To see through the illusions and have access to the infinite wisdom of the True Self, we must first wake up from the dream.”

Neil Kramer : The Earth is Harsh for a Reason – The Face of Empire

http://neilkramer.com/roamcast-20-the-earth-is-harsh-for-a-reason/

“The media bias through the 2016 election [was] mind blowing. The profound and shameless partiality of the Main Stream Media, particularly CNN and The New York Times, but also ABC, Reuters, CBS, NBC, NPR, MSNBC, BBC, USA Today, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, The Economist, Politico, Google, Facebook, Twitter… absolutely bloody awful; a disgrace to humanity. How anyone can ever pay attention to that spineless editorial and commentary ever again is beyond me. Even rubbish local rags like The Seattle Times and The Oregonian, just terrible wicked nonsense…

You could easily fit the very few corporate owners of these mega organizations into my house. And you would discover, as we drank our cocktails and talked, that they are all collectivist in personal philosophy. So consequently, their editors and presenters and journalists and columnists and experts all tend to come from the same Empire-centric educational backgrounds. And they’ll always be one or two independents who slip through, good men and women, but mostly not. And they’re all programmed in the same 50 stupid universities…

The election helped us to witness total media patronage of collectivist philosophy…

In terms of television, CNN was the worst. Easily. Quite unbelievable favoritism, with some of the dumbest, most prejudiced and unprofessional political pundits I’ve ever seen in my life. With the newspapers, it was The New York Times. They delivered the most consistently skewed commentary you can think of.

And I shall not forget this, nor should you. They all lied. And whatever you think about democratic and republican party politics, the media can never be trusted again…

So is it not reasonable to say that CNN and The New York Times and most all of the other Main Stream Media in America, Europe, Asia, and everywhere did not, and DO NOT, deliver what we call news? What they actually do is deliver a predetermined narrative. Favorable empirial commentary. The presentation of story lines that have already been shaped by political and corporate interests.

Through the media and other things, Empire has shown its face – clear as day. The media have been caught red-handed. And anyone who looks upon this debacle with reason and honesty will now know that the Main Stream Media are not in the business of news.”
~Neil Kramer

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Top 25 Quotes by Marcus Aurelius

http://www.azquotes.com/author/666-Marcus_Aurelius

“Think of all the years passed by in which you say to yourself, “I’ll do it tomorrow,” and how the gods have again and again granted you periods of grace of which you have not availed yourself.  It is time to realize that you are a member of the Universe, that you are born of Nature itself, and to know that a limit has been set to your time.  Use every moment wisely, to perceive your inner refulgence, or ’twill be gone and nevermore within your reach.” ~Marcus Aurelius

Martin Luther King, Jr. Wisdom

https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/m/martin_luther_king_jr.html

“We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive.  He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love.  There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us.  When we discover this, we are less prone to hate our enemies.”

“The limitation of riots, moral questions aside, is that they cannot win and their participants know it.  Hence, rioting is not revolutionary but reactionary because it invites defeat.  It involves an emotional catharsis, but it must be followed by a sense of futility.”

“The hope of a secure and livable world lies with disciplined nonconformists who are dedicated to justice, peace and brotherhood.”

“We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools.”

“We may have all come on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now.”

“I have decided to stick with love.  Hate is too great a burden to bear.”

The Psychology of Soft Slavery

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/01/13/psychology-soft-slavery/

“[H]ard slavery is overt, it’s apparent and self-evident. Nothing is hidden. Who the slave and the master are is very clear. Soft slavery, on the other hand, is covert. It is neither apparent, nor self-evident. Everything is hidden behind comfort, apathy, security, convenience, indifference, and the illusion of freedom. Who the slave and the master are is not clear and is typically obscured by an unhealthy hierarchy that leads to public confusion between authority based on fear and authority based on free and transparent leadership, which in turn, can lead to a political cognitive dissonance and the pathetic stance of, “It’s just the way things are.”

Unfortunately, the spirit of the times under the rule of statism, is one of soft slavery. Statists, living in a world ruled by nation states and deceived by the illusion of freedom, are more akin to the house slaves from the times of hard slavery than to free human beings. The house slave of today is the typical state citizen just going through the motions, unaware of the extent of their own slavery. So caught up are they in the “rules” and the “laws” of the land, they cannot see how desperate their situation really is…

So what are we to do? How do we prevent political cognitive dissonance from making victims of us? We begin by questioning things; rules, laws, cultural norms, even the truth as we know it. It requires getting uncomfortable. We must be able to dig down deep and question our political perceptions and weigh them against morality, health, freedom, and love. We must not be afraid of getting uncomfortable, even at the expense of our security…

As it stands, we are suffering at the hands of fear-based authority the world over, due to the rampant overreach of nation states ruling over us using outdated laws that propagate a culture of soft slavery, which keeps the rich richer (powerful) and the poor, poorer (powerless). And behold, our soft slavery has become a plutocracy despite the free democracy we all yearn for.

True leaders question authority. Indeed, the leadership of a free people must be a courage-based leadership that dares to draw a line in the sand against fear-based authority. It’s not only freedom that hangs in the balance, but the future of our species.”