Meet your “Evolutionary Leaders.”
One of my very good friends sent me an email, which had within it’s contents a very well meaning petition from people like Deepak Chopra, Gregg Braden, Barbara Marx-Hubbard, Jean Houston, Marianne Williamson, Joan Borysenko, Debbie Ford and others. These people have been tabbed our “Evolutionary Leaders” and they have a number of mandates that they want to table for The Obama Administration, most of which sound reasonable enough such as “promoting health and healing,” “engaging in social and political transformation,” “encouraging conscious media” and “building global community” amongst a few other broad, socio-spiritual agendas. I’ve been thinking about this “call to action” by our “evolutionary leaders” and I have some very definite thoughts regarding this movement.
First off, I did not appoint them to be my “evolutionary leaders.” My friend commented on all of the good work they have done in the realm of consciousness and awareness and I had to take a step back and think about that for moment. I had to ask myself, with all of his medical acumen and telegenic clout, where has Deepak Chopra been when it comes to Morgellons? For all of her political connections, where has Barbara Marx-Hubbard been on the Chemtrail front? Did Jean Houston hold a workshop or a seminar when New Orleans went to hell? When voter fraud was off the charts in 2004 in Skull and Bones vs Skull and Bones, where were our so called “evolutionary leaders” when it came to expressing outrage and turning their evolved powers of perception towards any one of these issues? The answer is, is that they didn’t, because they have book deals, and that coveted and comfy spot next to Oprah on her couch, speaking engagements, PBS specials and so on, all cutting against their highly cultivated grain, which could seriously jeopardize those tasty perks. In this sense, they are no different than our “de-evolutiionary leaders” who always seem to convince themselves that by not taking a controversial stance or assuming a challenging position, they are able to ensure themselves a longer shelf life, thus theoretically helping more people in the long run. While there is some merit in this strategy, we have seen far too many pols ultimately become compromised or have their original intentions diffused by their ongoing and often contorted relationship with moral and ethical justification.
When we look at the blood on the tracks when it comes to the economy, where were those leaders? Where was the oversight? The answer is, is that there was none. They were told to “look the other way, because the economy was a highly complex system, a living entity unto itself that would grow, expand, contract, correct, as long as it’s handlers (The Fed and The SEC) allowed it to move without restraint across the free range marketplace of the global economy.” Well, we all know how that worked out. But I am diverging.
I will now commit what many will consider spiritually correct blasphemy. I resent these spiritual oligarchs representing themselves as our “evolutionary leaders.” I deal with real people everyday and they wouldn’t know Marianne Williamson from Marianne Faithful and these people are doing just fine without the help of these “evolutionary leaders.” They work, live, love, probably drink too much diet soda with aspartame, maybe they even smoke, but they’re good people and quite frankly, they don’t really need “evolutionary leadership.” What they need is accountable representation that isn’t compromised. They need their tax dollars to support them and projects here, and not Blackwater or Halliburton, securing resources for the global cartels. Don’t worry though, Babs, Jean and Deepak will set them up with some great yoga DVD’s and catchy affirmations, so that they don’t have to worry about these nagging little details.
Don’t get me wrong. I am not turning my back on the spiritual evolution of our race and in fact, it is my perception that we are on the cusp of something powerfully transcendent, but I don’t believe that it is only for those that worship at the church of the new age or more appropriate for this column, “The Age of Aquarius,” which leads me to my next rant, surrounding all of the talk of “The New World Order” coming out of The G 20 Summit.
Gordon Brown (painfully obseqious) and Obama were chirping about the NWO and a global currency, hailing it as our only hope. Here’s a headline: “They Didn’t Just Think This Up.” They’ve been working arduously towards this moment in history and now that the economy has been gamed, on a grand scale, they’re all there, ready to roll out the model that was dreamt up decades ago by the likes of Albert Pike, HG Wells and others–spiritual sleight of hand, Hegellian dialectic, all played out in fine fashion. And guess who’s leading the charge? Our very own president; charismatic, conciliatory and photogenic as hell. I wonder what the public’s reception to these ideas would be like if Bush had brought them to the table? My guess is, is that there wouldn’t be much appetite for what old George would be serving up. In this case, it’s not about the message per se, but the messenger and his ability to sell the policy.
The NWO, “evolutionary leaders” etc, feel like the shadow of the aquarian age, not the real, organic, pulsing and deeply healing love that transforms everything in it’s path regardless of their spiritual cred or some artificially created global society. That shadow reality is in actuality the final demarcation between the haves and have nots, the sealing off of the capstone, where the uber-rich, elite caste of high economic priests are the ones that have become in essence, de facto gods of this world, ruling over the planet with one rule of law for all–but themselves of course.
Last week, I watched an interview with David Icke and Project Camelot and though I am not completely sold on Icke, his ideas are in line with mine, more often than not. There were two key points that they touched on in the interview and one came from Icke. He talked about an “X-factor,” something outside the rules of the game that will have a role in balancing the affairs of the planet. He wasn’t specific and it’s the first time I’ve heard him mention this, but it’s also something that I have been thinking of as well. For me, the best way that I can articulate it is, an emergent reality that wants to blend with us, though our conscious relating to it. But to do so, we would need to unplug from other belief systems that keep us from having an experiential relationship with this “X-factor.” I have had glimpses of this phenomenon as it begins to breath into this reality, which will create strange occurrences that seem to defy the physical laws of this dimension.
The other piece that I found interesting in the interview was brief discussion of black budget physics, which posits that the realm of black or secret physics is 10,000 years ahead of the private sector. Think about that for just a moment. How would that look? What kind of mind warping technology could they be sitting on?
I brought these two subjects up, because they represent to me, what the aquarian or new age is about; The conscious awareness of and participation with a cosmic intelligence that wants to emerge through us and the enlightened application of technologies that border on science fiction.
For me, this is the true spirit of the new or aquarian age, unfortunately, not all people feel this way. Here is an unusual story that I just found on an inventor named, “Mylow “who apparently had his free energy, magnet motor confiscated by a dark and rather nefarious figure. So maybe while I think it’s a great idea, there are those that don’t and would like to keep us as dependent as possible on many different levels. I wonder how our “evolutionary leaders” would respond to this? Maybe they’d send Eckhart Tolle over for a couple of grand and tell “Mylow” to just allow the events to unfold around him and simply observe the experience.