When changes come they often manifest so rapidly that we have little time to comfortably adjust ourselves to the new order of things. The world as we know it is about to go through one of the most monumental periods of change ever experienced.
At this moment in time, as well as the current attempts by various governments to censor and control information, (which I’ll come to later), it would appear that new technologies are about to lead us down a dangerous path. This will not only involve the reinvention of the way that the world trade and financial markets work, but also how you, the consumer, purchases a major percentage of the goods that effect your daily life.
The greatest driving force behind the changes we will be facing is the invention of 3D printing. If you’ve not come across this process as yet, you may be more familiar with the replicators that are often portrayed in science fiction movies and if you find the concept of objects being materialized to order a little far-fetched, then think again, the first consumer 3D printers are already on sale. If you doubt that you’ll ever own one the prediction is, that within a very few years everyone will either own one themselves or know someone who has one.
These first commercially available machines are basically capable of producing plastic based products such as cups, bowls, lamp bases, pen shafts, and will shortly be followed by more advanced machines and compound substances that have very few product or material limitations. The process itself works by bonding layer after layer of atoms from a composite powdered compound, using powerful laser based computer technology. You can use a template, create your own design or scan an item to produce a digital matrix of what you want to produce. The finished product will be identical to the original item down to a few microns and can astonishingly involve moving parts.
Beyond these plastic printing models the industrial versions have moved several steps further. Jewellery manufactures are already using machines to print items such as rings from suspended gold solution, super powered solar cells which were previously impossible to produce can now be created from 3D digital models, medical implants can be printed, such as a joint created for a perfect fit. It appears that there is no end to the applications that this technology can and will be adapted towards.
At first sight this new technology appears to offer endless benefits to humanity, and make no mistake it really is amazing. Yet, as being the case with many new inventions of the past, there is often a downside in the form of a hidden agenda from the powers that be and their need for us to all embrace the new technology.
Whilst we are busy bathing in the glory of our new toy I believe it will trigger a series of events that may lead to unemployment on a worldwide scale, extreme poverty and even starvation. This isn’t going to happen overnight but rather over a period of several years or even decades. It all comes down to supply and demand: the demand for products will remain intact whilst in time the supply chain will go into total collapse.
A simple example of how technology can affect the workforce is the self-service tills that are now found in most large supermarkets. My local supermarket now has 10 of these new tills with only one server to help process the shopping, and as such the machines have replaced several people.
Now, if we take the case of 3D printing, three to four products, which you may have previously purchased from a store or the Internet, can now be created in your home within a two day period at something like 20% of the cost of the commercially produced item. It then just becomes a case of doing the maths.
Printing products at home will cut out the need for retail, manufacture and transport costs thereby ending the need to commercially produce certain products. This will result in factories and the shops that sell their produce shutting down, and the retail shops that manage to stay in business will have a vastly reduced number of products to peddle which will lead to unemployment. The immense knock on effect of this will be then passed onto the shipping and haulage companies who will have no products to transport, and people who work in these industries will also find themselves suddenly redundant.
Take this to a worldwide scale and we can see that countries such as China or South Korea, which have been amounting vast wealth due to export goods, may end up with a mostly redundant workforce other than those working within the electrical or clothing markets. And even the electrical markets are under attack as it is hypothesized that in a very short time it will be possible to print items such as mobile phones.
In China many rural areas were abandoned some years ago and left to waste by the people in favour of working for an increased rate of income at the inner city factories. This then famously resulted in the worldwide rice shortage. I can’t help wondering what will become of many of these people if the factories do indeed cease trading, are they really going to be able to fit back into the farming life they once lived, or even have homes to return to? The resulting mass state of unemployment would likely lead towards a very bleak future indeed.
So we come to the question of, given that the above scenario is a probability, why would the governments choose to push on with the promotion of this technology?
The answer appears to be related to creating a self-inclusive trading system within the countries involved, creating a financial crutch for the involved currencies. In other words, as the governments involved have already come to the realisation that the demand for import or export has ceased to become viable, it has become important to keep any expenditure by the public consumer within the boundaries of their own nation and monetary system.
This will be achieved in part via the move from a product based economy towards the sale and production of raw materials for the printers, and as is the case for many people I know who use a printer, I’m quite sure that they will end up printing off products that they don’t really need, mainly due to the low production cost. It isn’t a case of making things more affordable, nor our quality of life, it’s all about producing a demand for the required raw materials and turning a profit. As such, it becomes quite clear why nations such as China are busy making mining deals within Africa, raw materials and their related stock prices are most likely about to rocket.
So, that’s a little information about where things may be going, but that’s not the whole story, we then need to understand the implications of the attempt to suppress information and the alleged suppression of our physical selves.
There are many links on the Internet suggesting that fluoride is being utilized as some kind of mass medication within society as a method of dumbing down intellectual perception. One thing for sure is that fluoride and calcium deposits are known to bond themselves to the pineal gland within the brain, creating a hard shell around it, sharks teeth are made from a natural form of fluoride so you can imagine how tough this coating is.
The pineal gland is often referred to as the third eye, or the seat of the soul, although it has a rather mysterious function of which we know very little. Most Mystics believe that it may be a receiver for universal information or is at least linked to psychic abilities, so this also brings up the question of whether this is a move to halt or at least slow down the rate of human development or potential? As there appears to be little evidence that fluoride has any effect in the least towards protecting our teeth and is known to reduce intellect we can only assume that it is indeed being administrated for this very reason. The Israeli Supreme Court has ruled that due to health concerns in 2014 they will become one of the first countries to ban fluoridation of its water; I think this fact speaks for itself.
We then come to the UK government’s outrageous proposal towards the censorship of esoteric material on the Internet. If you’ve not heard of this, basically they aim to fit a filtering system to the internet, which will also block pornography, extreme slimming sites and many others including sites including esoteric content. It will be presented to us in the guise of being a move towards protecting the young and vulnerable, but as all computers come with parental controls we can just about discount this as being even slightly a viable reason. If the filters are put in place you will have no option other than to contact the server in order to ask them to switch of the individual filters, if not the websites will simply not show in your search, no matter what your age.
The problem I see with this, other than being an infringement upon our human rights, is down to what they categorise as being esoteric information, it could potentially block mystical based artwork, meditation groups, spiritual groups, suppliers of pagan goods, pagan themed shops and businesses, in fact the list of what it may block out is endless.
Whilst there may be some real concerns in regards towards pornography being viewed by the underage, putting a blanket block on esoteric sites appears to be very out of place within this proposed list. Of late I’ve read several comments from well-known occultists proposing different reasons why they believe the block on esoteric sites is being proposed. My favourite is that there is some great mystical secret, hidden by the ancients within the architecture of their ancient temples or art, linking several well-known religions together, and that the blocking of related sites is an attempt to prevent anyone from putting the pieces of the puzzle together (Actually if that is the case they are too late as it is the very subject of the book I’m working on!)
I personally believe that it’s an attempt to block radical, mystical or original thinkers from sharing their ideas, information or views in regards to reality and the state of the world in general. Alongside this is an attempt to remove from the mainstream alternative related faiths such as pagan or mystical belief systems. It will be hard for someone starting out on the path to find any relevant information. Our libraries are being shut and most people now buy books online or for reading devices and this law will block esoteric books also. Will the filters block out the major religious Christian sites in the world? I would guess the answer would be a resounding no!
One thing that I would say is certain is that if this policy is brought in within the UK, then I would see it as a model of what may be coming to your country soon thereafter.
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