In the Peace-Producing Proposal (1) I outlined the need for, and the historical precedent of, individual and collective actions to promote peace and bring an end to illegal and immoral Wars of Aggression (as defined by the Nuremberg Tribunal).
Psyclone, the novel, was written in the hope that by putting people in touch with the information in it, information largely suppressed and kept away from the masses by those in power, people could reclaim their rights, freedoms and power, and achieve their so far unrealised potential.
Modern science now accepts and supports the fact that nothing is separate from anything else, that everything is composed of the same fundamental energy. It’s this knowledge that determines the angle of the Peace-Producing Proposal.
There have been several other posts prior to this that at first may not look like they’re connected with the Peace-Producing Proposal. We Have The Power provides scientific evidence how we, every one of us, can consciously affect reality with the words we use and the thoughts we choose. In it is mentioned two scientific studies, the increasingly well-known research of Masaru Emoto into the effects of thought on the molecular structure of water, and the other an on-going double-blind worldwide experiment into the power of intention. Smile describes a very simple and immediate way we can choose to directly affect the energy around us.
The one of the primary themes of Psyclone is the necessity for collective actions focused on changing the trajectory of society from its downward spiral into positive potential futures that are open to us through the kind of knowledge and information that’s being kept away from us by those currently in control. The most obvious collective actions are the kind that can be seen taking place around the world, where ‘little people’ are kicking back against the oppressive political and financial structures that have been in place for too long. Whilst these reactions are valid and have their place in the process, there needs to be concurrent actions of a different kind. As is pointed out in Psyclone, by it’s very definition, and in practice, a revolution brings you right back where you started. Any act of resistance just puts energy into the process, you’re not fighting it, you’re feeding it.
For instance, actions from demonstrations to ‘rebellions’ are wide open to manipulation by the system in the form of agent provocateurs, and counter revolutionaries trained and funded by the opposed government and/or frequently vested interests in the US Military/Industrial/Congressional Complex. They are also vulnerable to misrepresentation by a complicit news media that, especially in the US and the UK, functions as a PR machine for government. A classic recent example of this is the misrepresentation of the pro-democracy movements in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and the under-reporting (read: media blackout) of the pro-democracy movement in Saudi Arabia, whose ruling royal family, allies of the West, have been crushing the rebellion with military equipment and arms purchased from the US and the UK. There’s also the biased coverage of the Palestinian genocide and the apartheid being enforced by the Israeli regime, which produce a skewed awareness of what is actually going on in those places.
An answer as I see it is a counter-strategy based on the aforementioned leading-edge research into energy, especially its frequency and subtle vibration aspects. Two main advantages of this approach are that a) everyone who wants to take effective action toward producing peace can, and b) the actions are harder to manipulate or block by those working against peace.
A new blog has been created that will focus on data regarding ways in which we all can contribute to pushing back the darkness by ‘shining our light brighter’. Information found at the first three links above will help understand the angle of the new blog.