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“He jests at scars that never felt a wound.” William Shakespeare


Pity the nation whose people are sheep, and whose shepherds mislead them.
Pity the nation whose leaders are liars, whose sages are silenced,
and whose bigots haunt the airwaves.
Pity the nation that raises not its voice, except to praise conquerors
and acclaim the bully as hero
and aims to rule the world with force and by torture.
Pity the nation that knows no other language but its own
and no other culture but its own.

Pity the nation whose breath is money
and sleeps the sleep of the too well fed.
Pity the nation — oh, pity the people who allow their rights to erode
and their freedoms to be washed away.
My country, tears of thee,
sweet land of liberty.

LAWRENCE FERLINGHETTI (88-year-old San Francisco poet and author of A Coney Island of the Mind, 1958), “Pity the Nation” (after Khalil Gibran), complete poem, 2007. Ferlinghetti introduced his poem to the public during a radio interview with Amy Goodman on Democracy Now, KPFA (Berkeley, California), 4 September 2007.



…………………..Medicine Wheel

SILO CULTURE (explained)

“It is the theory which defines what we can observe.” Einstein

Book Report
Cyrano’s Virtual University
Chapter 13 from Senior Editor Susan Rosenthal’s book, POWER and Powerlessness. Beware the Middle Ground discusses the role played by the middle class in history and social struggles.

The first half of the chapter is “sociological conflict theory” and the second half is “perspectives analysis of social structure discerned by conflict theory”, but founded on academic acceptance for an illusion, an acculturated, collective/individual self-identity of social infrastructure as being exactly as depicted on the American $1 bill (an archaic, Masonic, self-reaffirming, cult symbol).

NOTE: “The DNA bestowed to us at birth, while necessary, is entirely insufficient to create what any of us would call a proper human being … The content of the unconscious is actually quite variable in different people, cultures, and historical eras, while the structure itself is a constant (since the human genotype has remain unchanged for the past 100,000 years.Book Review by Robert Godwin, Ph.D., Chapter The Psychogenic Theory of History. The Emotional Life of Nations, by Lloyd deMause, New York: Karnac Books, 2002. This book review is from the Fall, 2002, Journal of Psychohistory

Through active genetic manipulation by bio-technology (previously through in-breeding) the image on the US $1 bill is being/has always been sought out by self-interested elites. The biological determinants (rule-over by divine right), that the Egyptians (and elitists since) lacked is becoming technologically possible, i.e. a race of humans and sub-humans or sovereign owners vs. possessed slaves/serfs/coolies/workers.

Illusion of Silo Reality
The individualist approach to social problems is basically selfish.”

Actual Reality – Outside Silo Illusion
(spirituality) Individuality is an illusion created by skin.” Einstein

Individual: a biological determinant created by skin.

Power is a Concept

Culture: Financial Enterprise with Social Infrastructure

(x2 Concepts of Power)

Capitalism: a for-profit financial enterprise founded in power-over Other (without social responsibility/accountability).

Sovereignty: a non-profit financial enterprise founded in power-over Oneself (with social responsibility/accountability).

Excellent Resource:
The Necessity of Madness and Unproductivity” by John Breeding, Ph.D. ( )

Shine ON*

“Ultimately we know deeply that the other side of every fear is a freedom.” Marilyn Ferguson