Friday, December 29, 2017

Power Games and War

The Faith of the Pure Ray is the overview idea, and then over the year students will bounce back and forth to the individual religions, progressing through the planning process.

The focus in November is Tolerance and the principles of the cooperation of nature. December addresses the overview idea of that is considered the true meaning of Christmas-- Peace on Earth and Good Will to All. Then in January, we are looking Christianity and the opposing religion of Islam, and the point and counterpoint of unification and conflict resolution. Islam is not so much conflict resolution as it is Crisis in the Family--the rationale for the plan that benefits everyone. We can look out at the world and see that world peace is still a dream for many people, and so we must start around the planning circle again to address the issues that are preventing world peace from coming.

 The application of that is the power games that are played and the favorite game that Christians play--waging war.

The overview plan is the plan for the international government, and the first two proposals are US proposals that first end the overview global conflict that started as the result of the preemptive strike on Iraq. The conflict devolved as a genocide, not a war. The squeezing action from the conflict has affected everyone, and that can unify the planet. The counterpoint idea is the U.S. Constitutional Amendment proposal. What people who have been dragged into a genocide lack is their unalienable rights, and by denying the Iraqi people their unalienable rights, the United States is losing our unalienable rights. Now, to get them back, we must guarantee them to every person on the planet.

Wars are based on the power game of Pride, which comes from the belief structure that you are more important than another person, and therefore, you have the right to put others down. No one has the right to do that, and so under Universal Law, when you put someone down, that person will go up and you will go down.

The Iraq War devolved as an act of revenge, which brings together five power games. Each of the government proposals has a set of books and booklets that explain the principles, the application of the principles, and the planning steps associated with the proposal. They explain everything is far greater depth than what we cover here. While students of the Faith of the Pure Ray learn the principles of each of the religions, the entire planet is taking the same steps year by year to create the international government.