Non-Attachment & Depopulation

Bereavement is difficult to come to terms with at any time. However, sudden, violent and traumatic deaths are often even harder to accept. It is often accompanied by complicated grief.
– Approximately 765 individuals are victims of homicide in the UK every year.
– Approximately 1,500 women and 4,500 men commit suicide in the UK every year.
– Approximately 2,000 individuals are killed in motor vehicle accidents in the UK every year.
– Cardiac Arrest is the highest cause of sudden death and the second cause of death, apart from cancer.
“A recent study of ancient remains has found that cancer is a man-made disease fuelled by the excesses of modern life. Tumors were rare until recent times when man-made environmental pollution and chemical-laced nourishment were introduced into the food supply.”
Tap water in most countries contain harmful chemicals. Mexico for instance contains more heavy metals, whereas the United Kingdom and the United States have more advanced chemicals that cannot even be removed through filtering (without a carbon filter, which is illegal inside the UK) or boiling. Unsurprisingly, the legal air filters are built in such a way that they cannot be converted into water filters.
We have become accustomed to ingesting poison through our way of life. Conscious everyday choices not only kill the planet, we murder ourselves without being aware of it. Although these chemicals result in countless modern diseases, which perpetuates an outdated system to govern society, they also serve to suppress human evolution and prevent gene expression. As diseases gradually embed themselves deeper in the genetic code through biochemical engineering via chemtrails, food and water and so forth, the nature of the attacks suggests that there is only no way to get away from it. It’s in the air, the ground, the supermarket. Even money contains traces of it through human contact. In the ancient times, the monks that sought to escape societal conventions fled into the mountains. Nowadays, all high ground in the United Kingdom is owned by the Ministry of Defense. In the United States, most mountains are run by the federal government. The National Parks are owned and maintained by the federal authorities also, yet they still have the highest child disappearance rate in the entirety of the United States. There is no way to escape and evade the current threats that society is facing. JFK wisely remarked that “When a peaceful revolution is impossible. A violent revolution is inevitable.” By the time the masses will comprehend the urgency of the global situation, it will be too late. That is how the game was rigged. To distract and divert humankind for as long as necessary, until we no longer serve a purpose and our lives have become superfluous, merely to make a profit. Instant gratification will become our undoing, as a species, since we do not comprehend the consequences of our actions.
War propaganda will serve as a distraction, whilst another war is slowly brewing. The War on Terror, which was merely a ruse to bleed the Middle East’s fossil fuels dry. Peace is a decision. It is an action towards creating harmony. To right a wrong. To correct an injustice. To be afraid of terrorism and bombings simply amplifies our fear of death, as we are confronted with our own mortality, resulting in the inability to cope with reality rationally. The time has come attain emotional freedom. To become part of profound social change and create a new world, in which democracy is a reality rather than a game of numbers. With every passing day, we are sacrificing liberty for a false sense of security. Safety is an illusion. We only feel as safe as we think we are. But in good time, our own mortality will catch up with us.
A US study at the Boston Medical Center and the University of California San Francisco on behalf of The Collaborative on Health and the Environment (CHE) confirmed that “More than 80,000 chemicals have been developed, used, distributed, and discarded into the environment over the past 50 years.” The CHE study known as “Chemical Contaminants and Human Disease” reported “Pollution has been connected to about 200 human diseases, from cerebral palsy to testicular atrophy, and more than 37 kinds of cancer. Even as the disease-rate intensifies, a New York Times article reports Americans’ shunning traditional medicine in favor of $27 billion spent on alternative therapies last year.”
For the last 50 years CIA and US Military biological warfare research focused on the Dengue fever. “As early as the 1950s, the army’s Fort Detrick in partnership with the CIA launched a multi-million dollar research program under which dengue fever and several addition exotic diseases were studied for use in offensive biological warfare attacks. A University of Illinois international law professor Francis Boyle charged the Fort Detrick work would include, acquiring, growing, modifying, storing, packagingme and dispersing classical, emerging and genetic engineered pathogens. Those activities, as well as planned study of the properties of pathogens when weaponized, are unmistakable hallmarks of an offensive weapons program.” (Related Literature: Wanted For Bio-Terrorism, Genocide and Conspiracy To Commit Mass Murder)
How do the pharmaceutical and chemical industrial complexes continue evade prosecution? Lack of Evidence.
“There is a high index of suspicion that an unexpected apparently natural death may be iatrogenic due to the medicines administered before death. The true adverse effects induced by drug interactions are rarely known in the medical community, especially relating to the extremes of age on the potency of drugs. These are biochemical deaths and as such are difficult to prove at post mortem examination, especially if the forensic pathologist has not been made aware of the identity of drugs administered before death. There are far too many Physicians in all corners that continue to use unnecessary drugs without the full awareness of the mechanisms whereby they can become lethal. Iatrogenic causes of death are easily the number killer of humanity worldwide. Iatrogenic causes of death are easily the number killer of humanity worldwide. When any death occurs, the coroner will list the specific cause of death (i.e. heart attack) but never the “cause of the cause” (i.e. statins). Yet the “cause of the cause” is the single most important factor creating illness and death in our society today. The hidden killers that evade detection to protect profits and expand disease are the biggest threats of all.”
It’s not paranoia, when all scientific evidence points to one single conclusion: Genocide out of simple greed and lust for power.
Those individuals do not live within society. You’d never see them in the supermarket or on the television. These are the rich that own greenhouses in remote locations that were purposefully designed and built for them. In the recent years they have becoming sloppy in their approach to disguise the truth in the media, whilst the masses are becoming more relentless in uncovering the truth.

Fact 1: We are destroying the planet simply by following our daily routine.

Fact 2: Our opinions are being manipulated by social engineering.

Fact 3: Those that run and control society are above the law

Fact 4: Those that are above the law control the economy, using the media and politics as a means to coerce conformity and inflict suffering to gain global submission and implement a much more extensive system of control.

Tennessee Williams once stated, “We are sentenced to solitary confinement within our own skins.” In order for an attachment to be formed, the individual has to perceive themselves as being separate from the object or suject. Buddha taught that seeing oneself and everything else as seperate from oneself is a delusion. Furthermore, he viewed it as a delusion, which is the deepest cause of suffering. Meditation represents a means of detaching from sensory perception and opening oneself to the cosmic consciousness that we are all a part of. There is nothing to attach to, as you already are everything. The beggar on the street. The young soldier risking his life in Kiev, as a result of corporate warmongering. The paedophile priest with more sodomised child corpses in his closet than the high powered CEO. A starving child in Africa. Even the corrupt politician and charity owner, stealing millions out of corporate accounts. Evil prevails when good men do nothing. Idleness, ignorance, aversion and the addiction to preference are also considered to be an unwholesome character trait in Buddhism.

“Choose your code of conduct with caution, your life depends on it.”
– Anita B. Sulser Ph.D.

Every action has side-effects. Society entered a state of stagnation in the 90’s and is purposefully being kept that way. Any evolution from here on out would break the system. And would you not do anything and everything to protect your way of life?
That which provides you comfort? Or that which you feel you cannot live without?
When you build your entire bloodline around a lie, it is kill or be killed. Yet, these psychopaths prefer a slow death, but they also thrive on knowing more about their targets than they do themselves. Expressions of the genes, which ultimately determine personality, provides detailed insight on every single human being on this planet. There’s no honour in making profit. The more distracted and overwhelmed we are by our personal problems, the less likely we are to focus on global problems. The more likely our opinions are swayed by emotional concepts, the less likely we are to follow through with our main objectives. We are nothing but a tool to them. The means to an end. The genetic manipulation of the species and terra-forming of the planet.
The inhibition of the psychic potential of the species is a vital part of the plan. Since China produced its Superpsychics, more and more individuals are beginning to believe in the existence of psychic abilities. And that is a danger that cannot be controllers by those in power. Those that hold their own armies of psychics. Ultimately, every tool can be utilized for positive and negative purposes.
For every individual that runs from danger, there is another that runs towards it. To understand the true nature of ourselves is to understand the true nature of the universe. Death cannot erase such deeply rooted knowledge. The Buddhist concept of reincarnation differs from the others in that there is no eternal soul, spirit or self, only a stream of consciousness that links life with life. Energy cannot be destroyed, it is merely transformed. The overall amount of energy within the universe is never altered. However, the actually process of becoming again is known as “punarbhava”.
The flames of desire burn within us all. To make a decision and stick to it requires force of will and inner strength, which takes time to develop. Our thoughts, words and deeds carve our fate in stone.
We live in a society where it has become too much hassle to feed the poor and it is easier to turn a blind eye and linger in silence. Death lives at our doorstep and we are blind to it.
The men and women of the modern world should exercise their constitutional right to defend themselves. We are afraid and feel helpless because we have not trained ourselves to withstand adversity, to think clearly and act rationally when our life is threatened. We prefer to dial 911, waiting for the situation to go away, instead of confronting the situation head on, which may cost us our life. When our life is threatened, we are reminded of what we still want to do and what we are throwing away through what seems like bold action. It takes courage to stare in the face of adversity. But in a moment of kill or be killed. That is all there is. To act or die. In the end, you cannot lose anything. Legally, the difference between getting life for murder and being released for self-defence is the justification for the kill. To fight the war in other countries, so we do not have engage in battle in our streets and inside our homes. But those other countries are another human beings home. Those in power are investing billions in creating a problem and providing the solution. There’s hardly any difference between the methods used by terrorists and patriots. “The best defence is a good offence.”, as they say. Yet, you always run the risk of collateral damage or targeting an innocent. Conversely, we have all made mistakes that could warrant our own death due to the judgement of another, whether we admit to it openly or not. There is no such thing as coincidence. The multi-verse is a complex construct that is based upon the law of cause and effect. However, within a dualistic universe, one extreme has to be accompanied with the existence of the other. Concentration camps, for instance, used to be a method of relocation first applied by the British in Africa. The troops were unaware that the rivalries of the tribes over territory had been so intense that simply leaving them in one room resulted in genocide. The British then retaliated with genocide. Although most remember the usage of the camps from World War 2, very few connect the Sandy Camps, which were under martial law and prohibited any media coverage from inside the camps. This was mostly due to countless assaults, rapes, and most likely the odd disappearance or two that was never truly investigated or even reported. History repeats itself, when humankind fails to learn the lesson behind their past. As a species, we are easily distracted and easily fooled by those that guarantee us vague promises that they cannot fulfil by association.

By patenting all alternative energy technologies, when the switch eventually occurs, the sources of energy will be sources of income for corporations controlled by predetermined individuals. A one world banking state will only be the beginning. A one world police and military state. DNA Fingerprinting at birth, birth-tax and birth-licencing. We are no longer born free. We are slaves to a system, in which, if we are not financially viable, we are disposable. Banks earn most of their money by giving out loans. When a loan is issued, the bank digitally produces currency that they charge you interest on. The increasing corruption of the system leaves only two options, space colonisation or depopulation. As we are prohibited from colonising space due to our sociopathic and psychopathic tendencies as a species and we are too greedy at this point in time to make our resources infinite, we are doomed to suffer mass genocide. Truth be told, we have all sold our souls for the lives we lead. We are still guided by false religious dogmas that inform us that nothing, except Dinosaurs, existed before the flood and anything or anyone that says differently simply disappears without a trace. One of our greatest wars is our own history. We are spending billions on erasing our own history to disguise the truth. They like us to believe that land does not change when it moves through the seas. When landmasses collide, they rise and sink. India’s lost cities, for instance, the geological formation of the Himalayas was created by tectonic plates of India and Asia colliding, resulting in numerous ancient cities being buried underwater. It is also highly likely that a part of Japan itself disappeared into the ocean at that point in time. The end result of the current shift of the tectonic plates will result India moving further upward. It is quite safe to assume that Australia and Africa in about a billion years would join become one landmass. Africa originally separated from South America and America from Europe. Our planet has been undergoing massive physical changes since its creation. The tilting of the planet is also taking effect, the strain of the celestial body in space would alter along the sphere. If one takes into consideration the gravitational forces of our planet, the gravitational forces of our own planetary system, the change in position of our solar system within the galaxy (which undergoes a shift every 1.5 billion years). We are on the waves of the galaxy, as it may. If one takes into consideration all the above, then the species can understand that which it requires to do in order to survive and it only leaves two options: To expand or to cull its own. The more you detach yourself from the outcome, the bigger the picture becomes. As the culling process has already begun, the decision has been made, yet it has not been made by the people. In retrospect, theologically speaking, the bigger you see, the more you can achieve. That generally means, if you spend day by day solely thinking about your personal needs. “I need new earrings.” or “I need a drink”, for example, your life is dictated by your personal needs. If you begin to perceive the bigger picture, you begin to think “I need the next step of humanity.” “I need next evolutionary step for humanity.” When you begin to think for the species, not merely yourself, you begin to detach yourself from the self. The next stage is to think not of our species, but all species on Earth. We do not live in balance with our surroundings. The stage following that involves the scientific evidence of alien life and the exploration of planetary bodies. All life within the galaxy should be taken into consideration. If you think planetary bodies, the destruction of Earth would cause catastrophic gravitational disruptions within our solar system, which in turn could result in the collapse of the sun. The inevitable collapse of the sun will ultimately transform it into a massive black-hole, capable of gradually swallowing the Horses Head Nebula.
In conclusion, A pro-survival mentality would, in essence, include two aspects that are vital for the survival of the human race. The down-sizing of the species and the expansion into space, yet both require a measure of balance within the hearts and minds of the species, which we do not possess just yet, but could be established within less than a decade of intense psychological remodelling. To put bluntly, no one likes the feeling of an extraterrestrial peadophile, raping your children and eating them. We are still ravishing the resources of our own planet simply as a means to creature wealth and profit, what would stop us from doing the same to other planets within the solar system, until there is nothing left and we have sealed our own fate.

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Detachment Versus Sociopathy

Introduction

Within philosophy, the term detachment represents a state in which an individual overcomes their attachment toward desire for all objects, individuals or concepts of the phenomenal world, henceforth attaining a heightened perspective. Within Bahá’í Faith, Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Taoism, non-attachment, which stands for the release from desire as well as suffering, is a significant principle and ideal. Detachment is also a central concept in Zen Buddhism. One of the most important technical Chinese terms for detachment is “wú niàn” (無念), which literally means “no thought.” This does not signify the literal absence of thought, but rather the state of being “unstained” (bù rán 不染) by thought. Therefore, non-attachments represents being detached from one’s thoughts. It is the separation of the individual from their own thoughts and opinions in detail as to not be harmed mentally and emotionally by them. The mentality is generally also applied towards others. In addition, within Hinduism the view of detachment comes from the understanding of the nature of existence and the true ultimate state sought by the practitioner. In other terms, while one is responsible and mindful without concerns of the past as well as future. The detachment is focused towards the result of one’s actions rather than towards all aspects of life. This concept is cited extensively within Puranic and Vedic literature.

Zen and Sociopathy

There are a variety of parallels between sociopathy and Zen Buddhism, such as emotional detachment, non-attachment to the self and mindfulness. In addition, Buddhists, similar to sociopaths, can appear as unemotional or emotionally cold. Conversely, Buddhism appreciates emotions as well as deeds that are spontaneous and based upon intuition, merely not those arising from logic or the rational mind, as it may. Yet, a sociopath is genetically  provided with the free will of choice, as it may, to develop the will to form attachments or to detach from their surroundings. The archetype of the monk and the sociopath, in fact, are reflections of one another. Whereas the Monk strives to detach himself, the sociopath often attempts to involve himself. Although there is a fine line between morally righteous actions, conducted for the progression of mankind, and morally corrupt actions that serve merely the perpetrator. According to Carl Jung, this line also exists on the fourth stage of individuation. Nonetheless, would it even be probable to suggest that the sociopathic mind is closer to enlightenment? Or perhaps on the other side of it? The monk and the sociopath view the nature of reality from almost exactly opposite perspectives, operating at entirely different parallels. For instance, a sociopath can be threatened and perplexed by emotion due to the unpredictability that it brings. Emotion has the capacity to throw actions out of balance, as it may, disrupting the behaviour of the individual. The monk, however, aims to distance themselves from emotion whilst remaining compassionate towards the emotions of others. To a sociopath that is easily agitated, an emotional outburst could trigger the desire to interfere with the behaviour of the individual, resulting a variety of probable outcomes, ranging from loss of consciousness due to blunt force head trauma to death caused by the rapid snapping of the neck. The monk, on the other hand, would view it as being provided with an opportunity of growth through the challenge of calming the unsettled individual with emotional support and meditative practises.

Mindfulness

To centre oneself entirely in the present moment requires the gradual release of the attachment to all forms of thought, most significantly the self. It also necessitates the letting go of ones attachment to emotions, which are also a kind of thought. In essence, the individual ceases to think and feel. “As long as one is caught up thinking or feeling, one is occupied reflecting or anticipating.” Within Buddhism, to live in such states of illusion perpetuated by thought is represented by The First Truth, which states that life is suffering. To therefore release the attachments to their own thoughts allows the individual to raise their level of awareness, which with freedom from illusion and suffering is attained. This increase in awareness is accompanied by compassion, arising from the direct experience of the individuals connection to all within existence through the regular practice of meditation. According to Buddhism, all beings possess the Buddha nature within themselves, even if it does not surface throughout an entire lifetime. This illustrates that at the core…we are all the same. Perceiving the subject in this manner, the difference between the sociopath and the monk is an illusion in itself.

The Mask of the Self

What are we without words? What are we without form? If one were to simply look at any individual as a whole, disregarding any thoughts of attraction or judgement. Merely perceiving them as they are. Usually until that individual speaks, they possess no language or nationality, yet we have already categorised them according to social class, status and appearance. These are also labelled as attachments…Attachments to that which is perceived as inappropriate and to that which is considered to be socially acceptable. Once one can get passed all superficial matters and observe another being,  perceiving them as possessing a unique personality and mind of their own…A intricate purpose and path of their own, which is connected to you through the very nature of reality itself. By mere existence upon the same planet, the same country or the same city, one human being affects another, often without conscious realisation. Succeeding all the challenges and struggles of life, we will all inevitable have to discover a manner, in which to live with ourselves and our surroundings. Humanity no longer values nature in the ways they used to. In fact, within the United States it has become against federal law to grow any kind of food in the garden of the average American citizen. Needless to mention, numerous elderly ladies were arrested and received ample amounts of fines and prison time to ponder upon their wrongdoings. Yet, have any human rights actually been violated? It would perhaps dent the wallets of the local supermarket. The true goal has a much more profound affect, the illegality of self-sufficiency. Within modern society, the archetype of the true monk has nearly faced extinction. Except for a few remote corners of the world, there are not as many die-hard monks as there used to be. Monks that would rise at 4am each morning to perform aerobic exercises and then spend countless hours in meditation every day. The ideal monk is in a meditative state throughout waking and sleeping consciousness, continuously focused upon the present. Such an individual cannot exist within modern Western society. They would represent all that which the capitalist and the socialist wish to abolish by pure nature of being. It is the monks way to simply be.
Not try, not do… To just be.
Everyone has at one point made a mistake that was irreparable. Some more than others. Learning by failure is a process that we all experience within life. Yet, once one puts aside superficial differences or quarrels with ourselves and others, one arrives at the inference that the suffering of life, its encompassing attachments and illusions, is a universal condition.

Conclusion

Within most organised religions, the vow of poverty stands for the physical side of detachment, whereas Eastern religions focus their energies upon purifying as well as cleansing the body, mind and spirit. They are intrinsically aware that each individual possesses their own path towards enlightenment that will differ from the path of another. Nonetheless, there are common denominators, which create the suffering that is experienced within life. The goal in itself becomes to transcend the pain experienced and distance oneself from it. Within a wide range of belief structures, the practitioner begins to accept full responsibility for their thoughts, their emotions and their actions. Partial responsibility is also accepted for each trauma experienced. The notion becomes to separate oneself from situations, which cause internal grief or unfavourable circumstances. To not involve oneself in the drama of life, therefore allows one to become detached from it. One does no longer requires or even desires the drama that life brings, thus one simply removes the causal factors that trigger them by editing oneself out of the situation. Numerous yogis and sages have retreated to the mountains for decades before re-surfacing to the public within a state of Samadhi, otherwise known as the ultimate state of peace and enlightenment.
Sociopathy, now known as anti-social disorder, is generally a genetic condition that cannot be cured or mended. Only the individual can gain control of their inclinations in order to expand their understanding of others. Needless to mention, countless high functioning sociopaths have marked history beyond the point of return, especially within religious or spiritual professions. Whereas psychopathy prefers the long drawn out emotional pain in others, the sociopath has no preference. More often than not, the response of a sociopath is provoked into violence whilst the psychopath does not necessarily require a trigger event to victimise another. Most interestingly of all, the behavioural tendencies of a psychopath would not allow them to linger on a mountain for decades without human contact, whereas the sociopath would experience no care or consideration towards the task. Psychopaths and sociopaths, although it is a common misconception that they are increasingly alike, nothing could be further from the truth. The psychopath experiences an urge, a compulsion or a drive of some sort, generally speaking, whereas the sociopath does not. The most suitable analogy would perhaps be an emotional filter that is different from the average human being. The emotions are present within the sociopath, yet they are disconnected and in the background. Hence, a sociopath with anger management issues can become a rather clinically challenging subject. As sociopathy is a genetic condition, it affects the very core make-up of the individual. If pushed beyond a certain point, the sociopath cannot differentiate between a slight emotional outburst and the action of snapping a neck. It is a whiplash between extreme emotions that differs from bipolar disorder, as the sociopath experiences conscious choice of expression of emotions to a certain degree. In conclusion, the choice of detach oneself for sociopathy, similarly the development of the love-map for a rapist, occurs during childhood. It becomes a foundation stone in the mental development of the sociopath. Truth be told, there is very little distinction between the warrior monk and the sociopath in moments of extreme discontent. Both ways of living are mirror images of another. They are equal sides of the same spectrum, attempting to alter the circumstances, merely approaching the matter from opposing viewpoints. Ironically, they are increasingly alike. Both are triggered by the need of the soap opera within real life by other human beings. The unintentional or intentional creation of problems within daily life. Both also hold another aspect in common, a neutrality towards animals. The sociopath as well as the monk would prefer to focus on the owner of the animal that was trained to attack over the animal itself, whereas most other types of individuals focus less on the actions of the participants and more towards the action of the animal. However, for instance, whereas monks would prefer to prevent animal testing, urging for the animals to be released back into nature, sociopaths rather prevent the average citizen from applying products, which stem from the cruelty towards animals, via methods of social engineering. In essence, the mere difference between both approaches is the choice that is made to start with. The first choice that guides all other choices. For instance, the monk has the ability choose to distance himself instead of involving himself in altering society until society has changed itself or to risk changing it himself, whereas the sociopath is in favourable circumstances provided with the choice whether not to kill whilst altering society or not to kill and distance himself from society, whilst remaining at the core of it. The sociopath would through instinct choose to remain within society either way. Yet, the choice becomes whether to distance onself from society by whatever means necessary or to modify it by any means necessitated. Conversely, the monk chooses to separate himself from society by whatever means necessary until he chooses to alter society by any means necessitated. One can even go as far as to predict the behaviour of a monk by observing a sociopath, and vice versa. Yet, the first choice at all times determines the probabilities of choices that are to follow.

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