February 22, 2007


Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt – February 22, 2007 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)





Hi. I'm Alan Watt and today is Thursday the 22nd of February 2007.


This month February is quite the in-between month for splitting winter into the next phase of this year. It's sometimes the coldest nights and it can shoot up much higher above freezing during the day occasionally. The nights are certainly getting longer and that's a good sign because winter can certainly drag on the people and their mentality the longer it goes on.


Tonight, I'd like to talk a little bit about the system which is coming in now to do with "virtual realities," but before I do, I'd like to mention that once in a while I get a very odd email from someone who's scouring the Internet that listens to five minutes of a talk that I've done and makes their instant judgments.


Today, I got one from a fellow who seems to think that I'm advocating an overthrow or a complete change of the system and he rounds it up by saying "you're like everyone else. You're just envious of those with money."  That's called "projection". He's projecting what he has onto me, you see, and he would rather have a gradual change in society towards I don't know what, some ideal maybe he doesn't mention, and that's what you get from someone who listens to part of a story and who has no patience to listen to the rest because their judgments come before their understandings.



"Nowhere Man"

By the Beatles


He's a real nowhere Man,
Sitting in his Nowhere Land,
Making all his nowhere plans
for nobody.

Doesn't have a point of view,
Knows not where he's going to,
Isn't he a bit like you and me?
Nowhere Man, please listen,
You don't know what you're missing,
Nowhere Man, the world is at your command.

He's as blind as he can be,
Just sees what he wants to see,
Nowhere Man can you see me at all?
Nowhere Man, don't worry,
Take your time, don't hurry,
Leave it all till somebody else
lends you a hand.

Personally, I don't care about having lots of money. It would just be a burden. I've had lots of money in the past and walked away from it. It doesn't bring what people think is happiness. What it does is take off the edge of the insecurities of this world, which is based on fear and poverty or all the things you have to pay for, all the "ifs" you might say, all the insurances against what might happen to you. That's what it's supposed to do.


That's why people crave it and run after it, and through an exaggeration, an anxious neurotic overcompensation, they try to accumulate as much as they can to stave off all these fears that they have of all the things which might happen. Those no doubt at the top get there and hold on to it by the same means and the same reasons and because it's an overcompensation they can't stop, because then they have an ideal of who they are. Your image of yourself keeps changing as you move from one strata of society to the next and that can be up or down, but the image changes as you go.


Those at the top have a new image once you've reached a certain through different phases and levels, and you've left all the different strata behind you that you met on the way up, and you feel that you've got to hold on to that position because you're terrified of going down; and sure enough, the further down you go, you sense, because you've been there, you sense the fear from people who live in an insecure world and insecure daily life. They have insecure employment, which is pretty well the standard today, has been for a while, and all the bombardment of healthcare and the costs of everything and on it goes. That's not what I advocate at all. I'm simply pointing out what is.


Part of the problems we have, apart from the fact that sometime in the past someone invented the whole thing of money and kept a hold of the control of it. Part of the problem is that it relies on human nature to perpetuate itself and along with perpetuation of itself, being one system based on fear, it brings along all the chaos with it, which makes it easier for those at the top to control everyone else and it depends on human nature.


It is true that many of those that complain about a wealthy elite all the time, and we saw this even in the communist Soviet system and the same in China, the ones who get into power supposedly opposing tyranny and oppression immediately set themselves up in the same standards of those they have just displaced, which is generally way above the lifestyle of the general population. Once again, human nature unfortunately takes over and shows itself because no movement which is simply based on the obvious materialistic oppressions can truly bring along a shift in moralistic nature. It can promote moralistic behavior through propaganda, repetition and exhortation, but it doesn't last forever.


When we look at all of the centuries and centuries of dry sermons coming from pulpits and churches, that's what they tried to do, was to exhort the people through reason and emotion into being good to each other to make a society which would function, albeit a hierarchy at the top and the strata all the way down, but it made society function. That was part of the exhortations, rather than have chaos ruling where everyone's fighting everyone else; but it doesn’t last for long. Once you're out of that church the message gets lost in the daily rush of life or the serious business of personal or family survival and it's no different from group think, the group.


Very few groups actually aim for what they begin and set up to do and stay there, stay within the confines of what they set up for. Because they form committees and it's in the nature again of humanity to once you form committees go into almost like think tank modes, where they must come up with new and new and better ways of doing things, until they have stratas of laws which are difficult to wade through and bureaucracies emerge, and then they end up in a totally different direction from that which they initially conceived.


I personally don't advocate a way of overthrowing a system at all and I don't have to advocate that because that's not how it's really working, and the five-minute scanner who emails me should listen to the rest of this talk since he won't listen to previous talks.


The ones who rule this system are changing the system themselves. That's the bottom line. They in a sense are overthrowing the present system because the present system, which they controlled and their predecessors controlled, has outlived its usefulness to them, as did the agricultural system prior to the industrial system. There was no revolt from the peasantry to get rid of agriculture when they were serfs and tenants, tenant farmers, serving the feudal system in Europe. They didn’t revolt to get an industrial system brought in. Those who controlled the feudal system brought in the industrial system, forced the people off the lands into the cities to work in the factories.


Today, we're post-industrial; it's taught in the early school system. No big secret there, except maybe to parents or grandparents. Now we're watching the move into the next phase, which is habitat areas, non-industrial, non-technological as far as any research and development goes, because the research and development is primarily offshore now. Money moves to the place where it can exist as cheaply as possible and is free from the laws they impose on the rest of the countries and the world.


They themselves are destroying what was the old building, the structure, because they have to move into a new phase and bring the people along with it. If there was such a thing as a revolution today it would go nowhere, since they wouldn't know where they were taking themselves in the first place. You can't destroy in order to go back to the previous system, since you never owned that system, planned it or had any say in it either. An elite owned it and they're bringing the world into the next phase. You can't save something which was never yours in the first place.


It's also ridiculous to think that a country could even try and overthrow its own government in this day and age and expect the United Nations to stand by and watch it happen. It would not stand by. Not only that, you'd find that the children you're trying to change the system for and save have been brought up differently from you. They don't have this great indoctrination that they had in the '50's and '60's in the United States to do with patriotism.  They look upon you as a stranger, but certainly the United Nations wouldn't stand by and you'd find your own sons and daughters wearing uniforms, forcing you to go along with whatever was said by the "dominant minority" in your own country.


This has been done before in previous times in old histories. That's why in holy books they can tell you that the children will turn against the parents and man against wife and wife against man because that's all been done before. It's just basic technique and long-term planning, implementation and then you pull it off; and as the ancient Greeks said, "if it’s been done before in society, regardless of the custom or tradition, it will work once again if you know the formula."


There are those who somehow think they have some kind of rights to do with where their country is going, yet anyone who wants to open the books and do their study, their work on the subject will find so many things that have been happening that they were completely unaware of their whole lives, with countless committees, countless foundations, countless non-governmental organizational groups funded by the foundations doing masses of work, weaving this whole New World Order together and it was happening before we were all born.


Only those who've been completely conditioned by television and television news, where they don't mention all of this, only those people will be oblivious to what's really going on and they'll be in shock because it hasn't been propagated over the main air stream or the media or in the magazines. Bits and pieces have been over the years but not much at a time, never giving the complete picture. Little bits of information which float around there with the ether with nothing to tie it to.


When you go into university level books, you'll find this has been going on for generations. There was a massive build up in the 1800's towards the system which is coming in, a global system, and screeds of books written about it for university level. Once in a while through the futuristic think tanks they're allowed to put blurbs out into the regular media to preprogram you for the changes to come, as though it were quite natural; and to the average person, even those who freak out when they realize things are kind of wrong, to the average person things are normal. The very quick changes that they personally experience don't seem to materialize so well.  They're slow gradual changes, yet when you realize how many new laws you've adopted and had to comply with over the last 10 years or so personally, that's when you start to catch on that "something's up". Something is up.


Brzezinski who deals with this kind of psychological warfare in his own book "Between Two Ages," a telling title, talked about this where the general public will be unable to think for themselves shortly. They'll only be able to repeat what they've heard on their previous night's news; and certainly in most work places, when people talk about anything at all, it's the latest from Hollywood on Entertainment Tonight or the news because it's all intertwined now until you can't tell them apart, along with sports. That part has already happened.


Which leads me to my blurb tonight, it's adaptation. The ancient philosophers talked about humanity being the easiest creature to manipulate into different ways of living because we are the most adaptable on the planet; and certainly when you look at all the places that humanity lives, from the hottest climates to the coldest, we certainly are adaptable and along with the adaptations we get cultures which grow to support the climate, which is a survival thing.


The thing that's taught now in universities along with behavioral sciences, which is a big powerful tool in all of this, this movement towards the driving the vast populations towards a certain road to where they want to take us, is the understanding of how we react to news. How we react to data on a daily basis, ongoing data and how we adapt to the changes which come our way. They know well in advance that we will adapt as long as it's processed properly into us. We automatically adapt because if you don't adapt you die and this is all part of the Darwinian school of thinking.


We're supposed to now combine with the world of science and microchips and cybernetics into a next type of human and adapt or die. We have to have a function in an economic system. It's taught in all the economics books that we have to have purpose in the system itself, the economic system, and you'll find in economics there's no real spare room anywhere to put those who don't fit into it and function effectively and productively. Again, all part of the combined Darwinian school of thought.


There's no room really for emotion, so you have this fight between logic and emotion, again, the sides of two hemispheres of the brain, often mistakenly called the male and female and promoted that way deliberately; and yet combined and working together, the logic and the emotion are both necessary for individual survival, because the emotional part also has the intuitive abilities and can cross-over those warnings to the supposed logical side of the brain. That may even be because within humanity itself there is a devious nature and so we have to be on guard against what appears to be logical, always, because if you're logical you're following a mathematical format where you'll come to a predetermined conclusion by simply adding up the numbers that are presented, never dawning sometimes that there could be a CON behind the person who put the quiz out in front of you knowing you'll go along until the end. It's the intuitive center that should kick in and warn the logic side to be careful in the last step of the journey.


This whole theory of how we must adapt to our own creations, interesting in itself, that to do with old religions and so on, where people long ago were well aware of the frailties within humanity, the defects which could be utilized by powerful people with wisdom to motivate the people along a certain way of thinking. Therefore, man in a sense is taught to adapt to that which he creates.


The Darwinian theory doesn’t always hold up because we didn't see them trying to put half humans joined to locomotive engines. All they could do at that time was train a driver to drive it. With cybernetics being able to interface electronics, silicone chips, with your nervous system, being able to adapt like "The Six Million Dollar Man", another predictive programming series on television a long time ago, they'll make you faster and better and all of that stuff, but they also want to adapt humanity to specific machines.


Without asking us is this a good thing, bad thing, do we want it. That doesn't matter to an elite who understand the sciences of the mind, because I kid you not, they can by massive indoctrinations, propaganda and especially through fiction and drama creating excitement, they can make us want whatever they wish.


A good example of this is just to look at the cell phone usage, and who would have predicted 10, 15 years ago it would have got to the height that it's got to today? The first thing you ask yourself is "how on earth did people manage without them in the past?"  When they first came out they were going to be promoted for businessmen on the move, instant access to information wherever they were and how wonderful it would be, but it spread out into the general society. You can hardly go in to even small towns and stand at the crossroads and watch the traffic and almost everyone you see passing you has got this thing stuck to their ear, the average person, chatting all the time. All the time, whatever they're doing.  When they're doing their shopping in a store they're walking around the aisles muttering to themselves until you see there's a cell phone there; and step by step, even though the data has all come out concerning the fact that they are tracking you wherever you go. They've had that in major newspapers, even when you switch it off the towers and all the connecting mini-towers monitor your tracks wherever you happen to be and people don't mind that now.


At one time, people had nothing to hide; it's just that they respected their privacy and their right to privacy. Now that doesn't even matter to them and the new types of cell phones are these types which are I guess cordless in a sense, that they have an earpiece sticking out from their ear, as though it was attached to their head, which is the intent of it. It's psychological as well. It's getting you used to it, sticking out there, and now the young ones have ones with blinking lights on them, just like the guys you had in Star Trek series, the Borg, getting you familiarized with this into the next phase, which will come shortly.


They could bypass even giving you an external attachment if they want to and go straight into your head with a chip, but they like to place different bases to see if they can acclimatize you, if one fails you might go for this one until you're ready for the next step. They say that timing is everything and it's very true.


I watched a program a few years ago on some of these games they had at the big places like Disney World. In Canada, there's a Water World, I think it is, where they have these machines you get strapped into and you put the mask on to give you a virtual reality, and very quickly you find in this, what you see, you're climbing up walls and across ceilings and doing impossible things. Now when you see the people strapped in there and their arms are going like a spider, to them it becomes real very quickly. What happens, and it's not because of chance, this was all done a long time ago, the brain will respond to this strange situation very quickly. It adapts very quickly and you'll find that pathways spring up and data is transferred and bypassed old ones and new ones are set up to help you cope with this climbing on the ceilings and up the walls and down the walls.


However, what they found with it was they had to make a law that you couldn't drive you vehicle for one or two hours after you came off this game, because they found that so many of them were getting into their cars and driving off into walls and things or other people's cars, because the brain had adapted so quickly to this "virtual world" and although it adapts quickly, it takes time to get back to the normal. It takes longer. That's how quickly the brain – it's almost as though the brain were set up in a sense for this to happen down the road, isn't it?  We have to admit that is odd, a little question mark there.


Yet all the movies and so on are always been on about virtual realities and how we can create a computerized world inside the Internet and live in it. They've had lots of movies out on that, very exciting, where you can have battles inside and the good guys always win, of course, just like the old stories, to make it appealing to the young.


Here's a news bulletin that came out of C-Net written by Stefanie Olsen, January 23, 2007. It's about a virtual reality coming in to be the norm.


The title is:


             Meet Me In My Avatar's Office.


It comes out of California.


             "Employees of tomorrow will inhabit virtual worlds like Second Life to hold live weekly meetings with co-workers, catch up over lunch with financial advisers, and join friends on virtual shopping excursions after work. That's if IBM's vision pans out.

"Success (in the future) will depend on how well you play the game, literally," Doug McDavid, executive research consultant at IBM's Academy of Technology, said here Monday night at an SDForum event titled "Virtual Worlds: Ready, Fire, Aim."

"A generation (has) lived in these environments, and they'll bring that perspective into the workplace. How this plays out is in the integration of work with this playful perspective," McDavid said. He added: "This is an unstoppable phenomenon."

In other words, it’s a must-be.


             "IBM's McDavid and Dave Kamalsky of the IBM Almaden Research Center were the main presenters at the nonprofit SDForum's first meeting on the business of virtual worlds. IBM certainly has a growing stake in the future of those online spaces. Evidence of the software giant's commitment to R&D for virtual worlds came this week when it announced a new social-networking tool for the enterprise called Lotus Connections"--


Interesting term.


             "and expected out later this year, it aims to help people find colleagues of similar interests, among other things, in virtual worlds."


Now, I've explained before in previous talks about the meaning of "virtue" in freemasonry, at least on one level of it and what it means, and in virtual worlds the term "virtual reality" is highly significant if you understand what it's really saying, because all of the societies which are really all one, in the world of secrecy, that is, and odd ways of standing and flashing signs and talking, who go on and on about virtue and the virtues and what they are. They're taught and they take it for granted in their discussions with each other in their books that man will prefer being base rather than being good, and virtue is supposed to be a moral standard in the lowest sense of the meaning, a moral standard, a virtue, a standard agreed by others. However, when it comes into "virtual," it also retains the same previous meanings but it also means "almost the same." Almost, not quite, but almost virtual; so it's a moralistic thing, a training thing contained here in the term "virtual reality," "virtual world."  There's more going to happen to the person than they will know themselves as they get trained.


             "Still, audience members at Monday's event expressed doubts that the corporate world, or the general public for that matter, was ready for a virtual space in which co-workers' avatars, or digital self-representations, could be naked versions of themselves. "The only thing that matters is what consumers are ready for," one audience member said. To be sure, if corporations widely embrace virtual worlds for business and employee relations, issues like security and privacy will surface. For example, residents of Second Life can represent themselves as dragons, the opposite sex or nudists. "That alone is a very deep issue--"


I thought it was rather superficial.


             "does there need to be a code of conduct for employees?" asked IBM's Kamalsky. "We're looking at security and privacy, but obviously we can't control the servers at Linden Lab," he added. "But we try to disclose that up front in these service agreements."


Now there could be no privacy, obviously. There's none right now on any of this electronic media and interfacing.


             "Yet IBM envisions many businesses and nonprofits thriving in virtual worlds."--


There's the carrot there. You can thrive there you see.


             "Marketers can use the so-called metaverses to project a cool image of products"--


Metaverses. Meta – middle.


             "and retail outlets can use them to sell real-world goods."--


Real-world goods.


             "Lawyers, accountants and real estate agents could also set up shop in virtual worlds to meet with clients informally."--


Maybe they'll sell you a pretend house, or it looks completely different in your virtual world than the one you'll get in the real world.


             "Virtual employee meetings and business teleconferencing could also benefit from the fact that virtual-world avatars can express emotion and gestures, adding life to otherwise remote events. In fact, IBM's McDavid said virtual worlds could ultimately be more of an affront to the airline business than teleconference services like WebEx. "A lot of this is a change of mindset," he said.  McDavid compared the rapid evolution of virtual worlds to the early days of the Internet, considering that interactive virtual worlds have come from nowhere to draw interest from celebrity bands such as U2"--




             "news agencies like Fox and CNET Networks (publisher of, and academic institutions like Harvard University. "Virtual-world years are to Internet years what the Internet years were to real years. Things are happening so fast," he said."--


Well they're not really because they've had this technology and all this stuff for a long, long time. It's being dished out piece-meal when the public are ready for it, when they've been trained from the last place they've been in their head space to the next.


             "Interest from IBM, for example, has morphed from a handful of employees researching the sector in 2006 to the company owning more than 12 islands on "Second Life" and as many as 2,000 employees registered as participants.


Welcome to IBM Island+
Last April, the company started buying just a few islands in Second Life, and then developing those internally. In the summer, it launched its Forbidden City and Wimbledon islands, along with a digital community called 3D Jam, where employees could "jam" about ideas with family, partners or co-workers."--


Sounds kind of sweet but sticky.


             "In October, IBM unveiled its "Global Connections," giving IBMers a virtual island where they can interact with company alumni. A month later, it bought 12 islands, including one that's become a virtual test store for Circuit City. The store gives shoppers a lounge-like experience of the retailer, with displays for the iPod and couches for sitting and gauging the right proportions of a new TV. Shoppers' avatars"--


This is terrible because they don't put the periods et cetera where they should be.


             "of a new TV. Shopper's avatars can then click to buy products at Circuit City's real online store.  This month, IBM introduced a prototype store for Sears, as well as its own island, Lotussphere"--


Remember what the Lotus is and you'll find that in old mythology what it's supposed to do to you when you do an awful lot of sleeping.


             "where clients can interact with IBM employees about Lotus software. And next week, it will take the wraps off its Australian Open island, where onlookers can watch the trajectories of balls hit in the actual sporting event or choose to see the game from the vantage point of an individual player, according to IBM."


So I guess the couch potatoes can sit there and live in sports land for ever.


             "Why is IBM so interested in seeing the virtual world succeed? Because, McDavid said, the company wants to attract and keep talented employees. A generation of kids"--


Kids. This is all goats again.


             "reared in virtual worlds like Second Life or MTV's Laguna Beach are eventually bound for a work force that will need to cater to their experiences by creating virtual worlds for the corporate intranet."




             "Economically, too, the world is migrating to a services economy, McDavid said"--


Well we're here.


             "and it's all about people working together in these open, collaborative ways. "The turning point has to do with the balance between individual"--


Here we go with the last bit is the most important, the old, old war.


             "between individual and social interests within capitalism," he said."


That's the given here you see. They're laying down the rules which are not going to change and so money is still to be the thing we all work for, regardless if it's something we haul around in a cart such as gold or silver, or something you stuff in your pants pockets like paper or coin, or it's blips on the screen, it's just a carrot you see.  How many numbers do you have?  How many numbers do you earn?  That's to be still used for a while. It won't be used forever. It will still be used as a tool.


             "so the balance between individual and social interests within capitalism," he said. "It is the swing of the pendulum"--


There's your Masonic statement right there because they always talk about the swinging pendulum goes from this to that, to this to that and extremes all the time, which is nonsense. They're planned that way.


             "from the extreme giving greater attention to collective well-being."


Borg. Now why is IBM talking about socialistic policies? It's supposedly a business corporation. Anyone who thinks these are independent businesses – the ancient Egyptians used to talk about and you'll see this on some of the better carvings on the rocks. Over in Egypt you'll see especially with the ones to do with Akhenaton. You'll see the sun's rays coming out and downwards to the people holding their hands up to clasp what the rays are giving them. They're like strings. Maybe that's where the expression came, "If you take this there are strings attached."


You'll see the ANKH on the end, the symbol of life. It was an anchor.  It literally was an anchor in the old ships. It was an anchor, so the idea being that this god, the creator could bestow benefits through the "illumined ones". That's what the symbol of the sun was for. They knew the sun was not the god. That was a representation of illumination.  They would see the hairs – sometimes they called them "hairs of the sun," it depends on the translation, but it was also called sometimes "the beam of the sun". 


If you see the IBM (EYE-BEE-M) and you speak it, you'll see EYE-BEAM. EYE-BEAM, the beam of the eye, and that's often how they'd draw it in ancient Egypt. Nothing is by chance. And EYE-BEAM is not new – the monitoring of the public, the populations. They were used in Germany. They came up with a form of Cardex system to monitor and keep all the data of all the prisoners and their numbers. They're very good at numbers.


This technology is just being dished out at the right time when they're ready for the next step and they pretty well say that in there.  Towards the end, as I've said before, where they say it's for a people who have been brought up with it who are ready for the "next step."  Now this step coming up I'm sure was ready a long time ago, but they have to always prepare the ground work. They prepare the minds of those who will experience it so that they will accept it. That's why they say a generation of young goats or kids.


"reared in virtual worlds like Second Life or MTV's Laguna Beach are eventually bound for a work force that will need to cater to their experiences by creating virtual worlds for the corporate intranet."


You can check that all out at C-Net January 23, 2007.


What I mentioned earlier with the cell phones now that stick to their ears and have blinking lights, this is all part of that training you to the next step. It doesn’t seem so bad. It seems quite natural to the youngsters as they progress from one part to the next to the next to the next. They never think where it comes from or why this particular device is being promoted above all others. They simply think it's very cool. It's published as being cool. They see their stars on TV doing it in drama shows or movies and they mimic as Darwin and others said of humanity. "The young mimic what they see. What they like they mimic and copy."  Of course Darwin's only quoting the ancient philosophers of Greece who said the same thing, old sciences.


It would certainly give a new meaning when they say that your phone's not working, it's on the blink, but there you go. A step-by-step training program worked out long ago because sciences are so far ahead of anything we're told about, so far ahead that it's beyond most people's real imagination. It's even almost beyond some of the advanced science fiction movies the technology which is ready to go. There are those who will scoff thinking, no, no they're always just inventing things and going along and they get it on the shelves as fast as they can.


In a world of free competition between companies and international companies and massive companies, how come they all came out with the VCR at the same time working exactly the same way? 


How come when they altered into the DVD they all came out within the exact same time?


There was no company that first put one on the market and the rest of them to catch up and find out how it worked and copy them. Just recently in Canada here they've come out with the Windows Vista computers instead of the old Windows, the old XP, and right up until the day the Vista appeared in the stores they were still selling the XP and then overnight they're off the shelves everywhere and there's the Vista and all the makes are there ready to go. That takes intra-company coordination and cooperation, I would say, on a "high level." The technology is dished out to them too, the advanced technology, and yet it's guided. It's not haphazard whatsoever.


They follow Revelations of the Bible as a business plan, where in the last days you couldn't buy or sell with the marks et cetera of the big beastie, but also there would be nothing hidden that wouldn't be shouted from the rooftops. Everything, all that was known, would be shouted from the rooftops, meaning you couldn't keep anything secret; and Revelations was written by a mystery school. That's why they use mystery language. That's why ministers of so many denominations are still fighting each other over the meanings. To them it's confusing; to those who understand the mystery language it's quite clear – exoteric/esoteric written together in the one.


To those who follow Christianity as it's been given, they obviously immediately will say, "well see, it's in the Bible, it's got to happen," so they’re already programmed predictability and will look forward to it in a sense, because to them that's getting to the end of the old nasty world where the brand new one will come, even though they don't think past the next part, which is you'll get brand new bodies. You'll be transformed in the wink of an eye. I guess that's when they activate your chip – the new you, the real total makeover. Yet this was designed a long time ago, an awful long time ago.


In ancient times it is true they had their slaves numbered and they did mark them and size them and tattoo them and brand them, yet they always knew that if they understood the secrets of nature (meaning sciences) they could get to a much higher level of doing it, so it's not impossible that they could plan that all that time ago. It's not impossible at all. And we certainly get the whiffs of all that through the philosophies preached openly since especially the 1700's of the problems of humankind, the problems of the individual human versus the collective security of society.


However, what they failed to mention and you see that makes sense because an individual can't say, "well I want to dominate the rest." The ones who run the world and who are talking about this are the ones who did all that in the past. They just don't want everyone else doing it and it's true no one should do it, dominate the rest; but humanity isn't perfect and people are born in every generation who want to do just that, to dominate the rest; yet this was all discussed in their philosophies, but they didn't stop at discussing.


They had the money, the power, the foundations to back them up and work towards a common goal. A planned society that started with Planned Parenthood, now it's going to be a planned society. Well understood at the top and the public are simply being trained step-by-step to go along with it.


I don't give advice to people because you can't stop people from going towards the bait. You can't do it. They'll think you're crazy. To them, it's a natural progression and sometime in the near future I'm sure and I've already seen it on one of the big popular shows where the woman promoted the chip for tracking purposes, for safety for children after giving a few horror stories. You'll see more of this being promoted by the stars whom people follow, as almost gods in fact, and if the big ones say it's fine then it's fine for me then, so-and-so said it was fine for me and that's what they adapt to. They don't think things through.


This is the biggest transition phase we're going through since the industrial revolution, which completely altered the way of life from the agrarian societies and the old feudal system into the next. Well this change we're going through is to be at least as dramatic, with far ranging consequences, into a way which has already been planned and that's the sad part you see. We’re not participating really. We don't get to participate and even going over all the problems that might incur, we get no participation at all. We’re trained. We're trained. The mass man is trained and kept terribly busy running and scurrying, so he doesn't have much time to think or if he can he'll switch on his television just to zonk out for a while and forget everything for a little while; while he's being programmed again while he's relaxing. Sad, isn't it?  It's quite the trap.


Maybe the good news is that generally in the past the big boys don't like simply to force everyone at once to do something. They go intergenerationally, they go with so many years for this part of the plan, so much for that part, five years here, 10 years there, 20 years there, because then the public would get suspicious if it was all mandated at once. They'd say "what's going on here? Why must we do this?" But if they make you want to buy things and adapt individually it seems quite natural to the average person and they're not suspicious. You're not suspicious when you buy your own computer, even though it's been mandated everyone's got to have a computer shortly. If they made that a law, a checkable law where they could come around and check if you had a computer and see if you were putting all your data online, if they made that law we'd all be suspicious; but because they don't, people put all their information online and make it free and readily available to them. That's a good technique.


I'm sure it would be the same probably with this chip coming up, unless they do something drastic and declare it's got to be done now for emergency purposes to make sure everyone gets their fair rationing and proportions and so on through this terrible crisis phase or whatever they tell us, but it's also possible they'll phase it in over 15 years or so.


This is the world we're being guided towards and have been already, just as our parents were guided to their part in it to accepting the cultural and value changes they went through.


For me, that's all I have to say tonight. Hope you're all doing well, keeping well and thinking for yourselves. From me and Hamish, it's good night and may your god or gods or your philosophy go with you.



"Zombie Jamboree"

By Harry Belafonte


It was a Zombie Jamboree
Took place in a New York cemetery
It was a Zombie Jamboree
Took place in a New York cemetery

Zombies from all parts of the Island
Some of them was a great Calypsonians
Although the season was Carnival
We get together in Bacchanal
And they're singing

Back to back, belly to belly
I don't give a damn, I done dead already
Oho back to back, belly to belly
At the Zombie Jamboree


I hear you talking

Back to back, belly to belly
I don't give a damn, I done dead already
Oho back to back, belly to belly
At the Zombie Jamboree

One female Zombie wouldn't behave
See how she jumping out of the grave
In one hand a quarter rum
In the other hand she knocking Congo drum
Believe singer start to make his rhyme
The Zombies are racking their bones in thyme
One bystander had this to say
It was a pleasure to see the Zombies break away


And they're singing

Back to back, belly to belly
I don't give a damn, I done dead already
Oho back to back, belly to belly
At the Zombie Jamboree

I goin' talk to Miss Brigit Bardot
And tell her miss Bardot take it slow
All the men think they're Casanova
When they see that she's bare foot all over
Even old men out in Topica
Find their hearts getting weaker and weaker
So I goin' to ask her for your sake and mine
At least to wear her earrings part of the time


And I'm singing

Back to back, belly to belly
I don't give a damn, I done dead already
Oho back to back, belly to belly
At the Zombie Jamboree

A lot of World leaders talkin' 'bout war
And I'm afraid they're going too far
So its up to us you and me
To put an end to Catastrophe
We must appeal to their goodness of heart
And ask them to pitch in and please do their part
Cause if this Atomic war begin
They won't even have a part to pitch in

And we'll be singing

Back to back, belly to belly-

I don't give a damn, I done dead already
Oho back to back, belly to belly
At the Zombie Jamboree


I hear you talking

Back to back, belly to belly-

I don't give a damn, I done dead already
Oho back to back, belly to belly
At the Zombie, Zombie Jamboree



(Transcribed by Linda)