Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Our Curriculum Frees Students from Slavery

This morning we are posting a new page, one that addresses a curriculum. A better time to post our curriculum would be at the beginning of the year, but this time of the year we are looking at how Moses freed his people from slavery, and the curriculum has the capacity to free the present day slaves from the oppressive actions of government,

Within the United States and around the world, the oppression has been growing. The powerful elite have been rising, and democracies are becoming oligarchies. The powerful elite are building international business empires, and combining that power base with political power, so the ultimate conclusion of that is one man will attempt to declare himself emperor of the planet.  Just as in the time of Moses, the powerful elite have drawn to themselves their vast army of supporters who depend on them for their support.

While that is occurring, the plan for the international government is spreading. Many people are protesting the oppression, and think the protests are being heard, but the powerful elite have drawn around them a huge "army" of those who envy them their power. The protests won't be heard unless they also have a plan that benefits everyone, and the plan must keep growing and becoming more powerful.

It is in no one's best interest for one individual to become emperor of the planet, so while the oligarchs are working to build their political empires, just like a pharaoh, the enslaved  must be working to create the life we want on the individual basis.

Slavery comes from the power game of Lust, one of the Seven Deadly Sins. It is not based on sexual desires, but on fear of loss, so the ultimate conclusion of the game of Lust, which leads to pushing people away and binding them to you, is that you are alone. The Pharaoh ended up alone.

Slavery is based on weaving an illusion.  Slaves stay in slavery becomes they don't see any other place to go. Africans who came to the United States as slaves couldn't return to Africa. They were trapped in an illusion, The logistics of thousands of Hewbrews walking across the desert with no resources to a distant prophesied land seemed impossible without divine help. The Pharaohs appeared to have the blessings of their gods, and how can you deny that when the Hebrews were raised in slavery and each generation had less connection to the source, and that is all they knew.

The idea of Home is also a frame of mind, and Home can be a house or it can be a planet. If it is the planet, where you are is home, and then you work to change where you are to suit you, and if it doesn't suit you, you can leave.

You come up with a plan, and it must benefit everyone. The power games go against Universal Law, and so there is always a backlash to the games, but you can use Universal Law as a tool, and if what you do benefits everyone, there is no resistance to your plan.

People in concentration camps have walked free, possibly by understanding that the guards are just as trapped as they are.

The World Peace Movement allows every person on the planet to create the life each wants, from slave to pharaoh. No one can be left out of world peace.