The Relationship of “The Declaration of Human Freedom” to the New Paradigm
2011 February 20
A paradigm is a lens through which Reality is viewed. A paradigm is not Reality itself, but a context, a set of assumptions, a set of predictions about how Reality may be viewed so as to navigate through it successfully.
In the past, we’ve made the mistake of seeing each new paradigm that emerges as (1) permanent or semi-permanent and (2) the best of all previous and even the best of all possible paradigms. However, each new paradigm shapes our way of seeing for a while and then is superseded and so will this new paradigm. In fact, it probably will have a short shelf life and that is fine with me.
You and I know that, after the disclosure of the existence of our galactic family which at present surrounds this planet in millions of cloaked vessels, and the introduction of this planet’s spiritual hierarchy, which is in charge of our evolution and end-of-cycle Ascension, they themselves will introduce another new paradigm, which will shatter this one and take the benchmark another ten to a hundred yards down the field.
So please don’t hear me as somehow saying that I’m holding out a new construction of Reality destined to stand the test of time, etc., etc. No, I’m just proposing changes to our old filter in a new and interim filter which itself will give way to the next.
The old paradigm had certain features which I’d like to suggest now need to give way.
(1) Empirical Materialism
The particular view of Reality that the old paradigm enshrines has been called by David Icke the “Five Senses School” and by me, following philosophy, “Empirical Materialism.” A basic statement of it might be that only what we can know through our five senses is real. “Empirical” means relying on or derived from observation and experiment. “Materialism” means that only physical or material things exist.
This philosophy has never really been followed in practice because we all know that thoughts and feelings cannot be seen, touched, etc., and yet no one in society would deny their reality. Thoughts and feelings are non-material but that has never bothered empirical materialism. Descartes went so far as to say “I think; therefore I am.” Here is an affirmation of our basic reality as beings that is based on a non-material phenomenon – thoughts.
Yet it has proven to be a very useful tool in creating technologies that allowed us to manipulate the material. It has also been useful in maintaining order in the ranks and providing a ready tool for the Powers That Be to deny the existence of spirits and extraterrestrials, both of which are often invisible to our sight.
These same PTB have seen it as no contradiction to have treaties with extraterrestrials since the 1950s, to have back-engineered their technology to produce the computer chip, fiber-optics, Teflon, Kevlar, and space vehicles like the TR3-B Aurora, capable of going to Mars and beyond from captured or traded ET technology. These same PTB have fought wars against extraterrestrials as Philip Schnieder described. (1) And they have accepted ET help at laboratories like Area 51, help in building such things as the below-ground high-speed railway, deep underground military bunkers, and so on.
But, while they worked with extraterrestrials, they used Empirical Materialism, ridicule, and threats to keep the mass of society convinced that only things that could be seen, touched, tasted, etc., were real.
Moreover, the same paradigm is used to keep us from knowledge of the spirit world. We pooh-pooh the existence of life after death and so are dumbed-down and kept in fear of death. If the PTB can sell us the point of view that spirits do not exist, then they can keep hidden from us a potent source of help against the dark cabal that has ruled this planet for millennia – the Spiritual Hierarchy which is the planet’s real source of authority but which observes the Law of Free Will and so will not interfere with our dark or Light choices.
So Empirical Materialism is a useful paradigm for this planet’s controllers. But now we declare that Empirical Materialism is insufficient for appreciating the breadth and depth of life and has been superseded as a lens through which to view reality. If we need a name for the philosophy that has replaced it, then let me call that “Spiritual Multidimensionality.” It recognizes that we and life are spiritual and that life is present in many dimensions as well as other reaches of space.
Make no mistake about it. Life is a tug-of-war between views of reality. At times in our history if you believed that the sun was the center of the solar system, you could be burned at the stake. Paradigms have been used throughout history to maintain control and those who departed from them have been subjected to lethal punishment.
But we are departing from Empirical Materialism and we needn’t be afraid to do so. The Empirical Materialists no longer rule our planet or our minds and will have to come along with us for ours is by far the more enduring philosophy in the tug-of-war.
Spiritual Multidimensionality, the paradigm that replaces Empirical Materialism, as far as I describe it here (which is admittedly not much at the moment), sees a little ways further down the road but not a great deal. Please don’t think that what I’m proposing is anything more than a placeholder. When the masters return to the planet after disclosure, they will introduce us to many more shifts in outlook. My purpose here is merely to have us discard Empirical Materialism, which has become for us a set of blinkers.
(2) Patriarchal ThrustI use the word “thrust” for the patriarchal paradigm advisedly because the masculine and feminine paradigms owe at least a part of their derivation to sexual roles. Women do not thrust. Men do. And men have sought to mould reality, to penetrate, to push and pull it in much the same way as they perform their sexual role.
I’ll leave it to a woman to enunciate what women do. I don’t feel it my place to give voice to the Divine Feminine, or the feminine point of view, or the new feminine paradigm. I only know that it probably will not be based on thrust. Perhaps one of you will describe the feminine approach to life. It’s more appropriate that you take up the enunciation of this part of the paradigm than that I do.
(3) Terrestrial Myopia
The old paradigm held that the civilization on Planet Earth was all there is. But the new paradigm will have to acknowledge our brothers and sisters on other planets and stars, some of which exist in higher dimensions than ours. So, for instance, the civilization of Venus in the Fifth Dimension will need to be recognized. And the existence of Arcturus, Sirius, and the Pleiades, to choose three from among many, will have to be recognized. I know those galactic civilizations exist in the Fifth Dimension; I do not know if they exist in the Third.
Whatever proves to be the case, we shall need to cease thinking of ourselves as being alone in the universe because, if one only spends a day on Youtube, it becomes crystal clear that we are not.
The point of view of a “lifer” is that this life is all there is. Once we leave this life we go into limbo, we find ourselves in some semi-cryogenic state awaiting the last trump and the call to rise with our moldering bodies in some way to meet the Lord in the clouds. (It ain’t gonna happen. Some vaguely-similar elements may occur, but not in any fashion resembling this.)
Who knows what religious body decreed that we see ourselves as living one life and then ceasing to exist. Except the part about moldering in the ground until a trumpet sounded. St. Paul, in my view, never meant for that to be the point of view arising from his famous but woefully-misunderstood description of the final trump. What he was describing was the moment of enlightenment when “the dead shall rise” – i.e., the unenlightened shall realize themselves and rise in terms of vibration, as we will in Ascension – on “the last day” – i.e., the last day of unenlightment prior to the first day of enlightenment.
But we took that and made it one plank in a view of life that saw the time between birth and death as all there is. Of course, we are eternal beings who live many lives and the belief that this life is all there is and therefore that we must eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we die is erroneous.
Not only is it erroneous but it trivializes life. It doesn’t help us to see the grand arc that life is, from God to God. It doesn’t help us see that evolution from unconscious awareness of our true identity to conscious awareness is the purpose of each and all of our incarnations. It does not help us to see anything of the majesty of life as a whole. It simply keeps us stuck in believing that we’d better live it up now because we’re going to be dead for a long time.
In fact we won’t be dead at all. Readers of this site know that I spoke with my departed father a few days ago and heard his enthusiasm at what he had found on the other side. He was delighted. As far as he was concerned he was in heaven and he wished he had listened to me when I told him what to expect. I kind of do too. Could have saved him a lot of fear and suffering.
In fact this is the experience of all beings who arrive on the astral planes and find that the tales of continuing life were all true. They are delighted and only wish that we would change our outlook. We do not live one life. We live many and we live continuously and we live eternally.
The Declaration of Human Freedom
The Declaration of Human Freedom (DHR) offers a view of life and living that incorporates and is based on these elements of a new paradigm. It is only an interim document and will be quickly superseded – or not, as the case may be. But it allows us a lever to pry ourselves out of the old paradigm for the moment. Prying ourselves out of it will prepare us for much of what comes next, what is waiting in the wings, so to speak, like UFO/ET disclosure.
But it may not prove adequate to equip us for the situations we meet when we are introduced to our space family or travel to other galaxies.
The DHR acknowledges the divine purpose of life. It acknowledges that we are eternal beings who lead a virtually endless number of lives. It acknowledges that spiritual evolution is the process by which life proceeds, as it arcs away from God and back to God again, away from unconscious awareness to conscious awareness.
It introduces the notion that we are not alone in the universe. It weaves into its account the existence of natural laws. It introduces the notion that we must straighten out our external lives, just as we must straighten out our internal lives.
Our external lives, as a community, feature such things as crime, persecution, and oppression and it calls on these to go. No longer do we need to force ourselves on others and control them.
You and I know that we are to be the heirs of a planetary abundance program so when the DHF speaks of the community seeing to the vital needs of all its citizens, you know that I am speaking from a point of view that accepts the inevitable introduction of what we know as NESARA (the National Social and Economic Reformation Act) or the abundance program or wisdom economy. This new set of economic rules will level the playing field and rid the world of inequity, predatory forms of economic activity, debt bondage, and so on.
So the DHR provides a basis for social and economic organization that is in no way predatory or unfeeling. It is a sound basis for a phasing out of patriarchy and an introduction of a feminine perspective on the road to a future introduction, I think, of a balanced or androgynous perspective.
The DHR bows before the wisdom of universal or natural law. Natural law is the Creator’s intention made manifest. Natural law forms the limits of behavior if we want to fulfil the purpose of life and realize our true identity. We cannot any longer afford as a planet to live lives that violate natural law. If we do, we continue to encounter suffering and an absence of joy. We’ve been there, done that. It’s time now for a change.
So the DHR introduces the new paradigm of this moment, knowing full well that it may soon be replaced. It allows a basis for us to shift peacefully from one way of life to another. It provides a context for a set of planetary relationships that will support our introduction to our space family here to help us enter a Golden Age and experience a shift in vibration from the Third to the Fifth Dimensions.
It prepares the way for our dropping the old paradigm of predatory economic competition and taking up the new paradigm of empowering economic cooperation. It alerts us to the natural laws and encourages us to live the way we were always intended to live, following a path that opens up to increasing knowledge of who we truly are and increasing joy and bliss.
For me, it isn’t a case of “selling” the new paradigm to anyone. It isn’t even the case of bridging a gap or anything of the sort. This is the paradigm from which I intend to lead my life from here on in until it is replaced by something better, as it will in the foreseeable future. Anyone who wishes to join me is welcome. Anyone who does not is welcome not to.
But, for my part, I lay aside empirical materialism, patriarchy, terrestrial myopia, and the lifer point of view. Don’t bother trying to shame me, ridicule me, or threaten me to come back. I leave it all behind. The old paradigm has lost my ear and I may not even read the criticisms of my point of view. It’s time for the new. The dark, the primitive, the inadequate must now be left behind and will be. Those who have sold that view of reality to me for so many years are welcome to link up with the new itinerary but I am leaving behind the old.