We have the free will to choose to integrate with the current system we
are living in or to refuse to cooperate with this system that is
enslaving people. We either do not follow Natural Law or we follow
Natural Law regardless of the deception people are living in. The
responsibility lies on our shoulders, each one of us as an individual is
the way out of our current condition of suffering. We need to
understand principles of Natural Law, right and wrong, claim personal
responsibility and stop making excuses in order to develop true
sovereignty and self-governance. The answer is in the mirror. We are the
answer through the expansion and evolution of our consciousness in true
education. Spending our time and paying attention on raising ourselves
because we were not properly raised, to raise our conscious awareness
and understanding of ourselves and reality. This is the requirement for
us to advance, change and evolve as a species up the ladder of
consciousness and breaking the chains of our current condition into a
new world peace, harmony and prosperity.
Acting against truth is the same as acting against ourselves because what is right, good and true is what is best for us; our freedom, prosperity, peace and everything good. We are in opposition with our own self. Internal disorder creates external disorder. The internal is reflected onto the external through the Hermetic Principle of Correspondence. The state of internal anarchy is someone not ruling themselves and their own house; a condition of internal confusion, opposition, contradiction, adversity, non-accordance, inconsistent, incoherent, incongruent, nonintegrated, disunited, disharmony, and duality.
The less we are in a capacity to rule ourselves (lack of knowledge, internal opposition) through attainment of truth to bring us the clarity and understanding to make right-action decisions and choices, the more easily we can be manipulated from without into taking wrong-action and choices.
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We must begin to make better choices and treat each other, the other creatures who share this planet with us, and this planet we call home with greater respect and compassion.
We seem to be living in a world that is getting less hospitable
every day. Look closely at any endeavor our species has engaged in and
it appears we are unaware of the harm we do, we ignore the harm we do,
we intentionally do harm for our own gain, or sadly in some cases we do
harm for our own pleasure and enjoyment.
Sadder still, our children bear witness to our actions and never learn to do no harm themselves. Above allelse we must teach our children, by example and instruction, this basic moral principle of life.
We believe that the first and most basic moral law is, "Do no harm." Because we can feel pain and suffering, we can imagine the pain and suffering of others, and we can act accordingly to minimize the harm we cause.
What does "do no harm" mean? Ultimately it means to give thoughtful consideration to our actions. “Do no harm” simply means to consider how our actions may affect the world we all share, to be compassionate in our dealings with all creatures, and not to thoughtlessly despoil our planet.
The principle of non-aggression, non-violence, doing no harm and ahimsa can be referred to through the symbolism of the “Sacred Feminine” to not engage in actions that create, generate or manifest evil, immoral, wrong or negative outcomes for other innocent beings.
This includes not only abdication and negation from participating in such actions, but also in not supporting these actions indirectly.
The principle of justice, doing what is right, self-defense and the defense of others, can be referred to through the symbolism of the “Sacred Masculine” to act in defense of moral truth violations where violent actions are creating, generating or manifesting evil, immoral, wrong or negative outcomes for other innocent beings.
This includes not only having the self-“love” and self-care for yourself, your moral concerns, and your rights to not be violated, but also of caring for others, their concern for life and liberty, and their rights to freedom and to not be violated, to be free from harm.
Think and learn more correctly. Learn about the moral truth. Learn about what is occurring in reality and in your own consciousness that allows you to support evil. Say NO and put a full stop to the creation of evil that you and others do.
We can choose the Wisdom of Right-Action.
We can choose to alter, change, improve and better ourselves ingreater degrees of embodiment with these two components of Moral Truth that we are all capable of developing. We need to dig deep to the root causal core foundational factors that have usengaging in wrong-action, and no longer support these flawed foundational axioms that we think are “right, good and true”, but are instead lies, deceptions and illusions.
Take the higher, realer, truer path and way of life to actualize, realize and individualize greater potential Moral Truth into your core being, actions, behaviors and way of living.
Alignment, Integrity, Unity, Harmony and Embodiment with Moral Truth and Moral Law
We, humans, are the ones creating the aggregate suffering in the world. We are the only ones who can stop being cowards and fearing the shame, guilt and the moral judgment of our actions. Freedom or slavery. Anarchy or chaos. Truth or consequence. Be right, or go wrong!
As a sovereign, self-ruled, self-controlled, self-governed individual, you know where your boundaries are by knowing the boundaries of Natural Law. That is why the Actions & Behavior are the Boundary for Self. The Wisdom of Right-Action is the alignment and harmony with Natural Law limits of Right and Wrong.
“The Liberty of man consists solely in this, that he obeys the Laws of Nature, because he has himself recognized them as such, and not because they have been imposed upon him externally by any foreign will whatsoever.” – Mikhail Bakunin
Natural Law is based on principles of truth while man’s law is based on
beliefs and claims to authority. Embodying, harmonizing, complying,
aligning and living according to principles of Natural Law has been done
by people like Gandhi who had recognized this knowledge, while most of
us are living in the illusion of a myriad of law volumes that we are
expected to understand. They fabricate nonsense into existence with
rules and regulations to confuse and complicate our lives. We comply for
fear of punishment if we do not. We can choose to become enlightened
through an understanding of the forces of the universe as they are, or
we can stay out of the prison cell of punishment by complying and basing
our actions from the lowest modality of consciousness: fear. Man’s law
is based on the dictates of men given power to create rules of conduct.
These laws can be different from one time to another or one place to
another, so how are they supposed to be based on right and wrong if they
are always changing? Choosing what is right and wrong instead of
recognizing right from wrong is moral relativism. Universal
Cosmic Natural Moral Law is sourced from the cosmic forces of creation.
Which force do you want to align yourself with?
In society there are some who are punished and lose their freedom for not having harmed another, while others who engage in harm against another are never acted upon and stopped. In order for someone to violate Natural Law, another must be violated or harmed, and then action can be taken against them to stop this harm. No imaginary rights can be invented or granted to individuals or groups where they did not exist for every other individual.
For example, can you imagine giving someone a right you do not possess? If one person can’t steal from others, who then can take from the labors of others? No one. No amount of people collected into a group can assume or grant such a right that does not exist. If 1000 people don’t have the right to take the labor of others by threats (which is what taxation is), then a group of those 1000 people calling themselves “government” can’t invent or assume a right that does not exist. Granting something you do not possess yourself is an illusion. A right cannot be assumed if it does not already exist. So why can’t we write laws into existence? Because we are not “God”.
Man’s law is irrelevant in light of the revelation and recognition of Universal Cosmic Natural Moral Law. If man’s law is in contradiction with Natural Law, it is false and immoral and not binding upon anyone, otherwise it is in harmony with Natural Law and is redundant.
Understanding Natural Law enables a deeper level of comprehension of the
objective difference between what is right and what is wrong, between
what is true and what is false. Unfortunately most people have a hard
time distinguishing the difference because of the degree of moral
relativism in our civilization.
Right = Correct = True = Moral = Natural Law = No harm done = Good
Wrong = Incorrect = False = Immoral = not Natural Law = Harm done = Evil
What is right is correct, accurate, true, moral and based in Natural Law with no result in harm. What is wrong is incorrect, inaccurate, false, immoral and not based in Natural Law which does harm. Right, good and true brings the clarity of understanding. Wrong, bad and false brings the obfuscation of confusion.
Something based in truth can be represented through the words right, correct, accurate, etc. 2+2=4 is true, right, correct, accurate, etc. Right is also used to represent moral action: “that was the right decision to make.” A decision or action is right and moral when it is based in Natural Law and not harming another living being. Actions are right to take when they do not result in harm. Conversely, wrong is associated with what is not true such as 2+2=5 is false, wrong, incorrect, inaccurate, etc. An action someone does not have the right to take is a wrong action because they result in harm to other living beings. A right is most easily understood in the negative apophatic sense to demonstrate what we do not have a right to do because there are far too many actions which do not result in any harm to bother listing them all. Understanding what we do not have a right to do enables us to understand what we do have a right to be. Defining what we do not have a right to do enables us to understand and affirm what we do have a right to do.
It is simple to understand once you have all the pieces to construct the puzzle or paint an accurate picture. Something based in truth is based in principles, Natural Law and will not result in harm. Something based in non-truth or falsehood is not based in principles of Natural Law and will result in harm. The simplicity of how this functions can only be expressed and spoken about, we cannot force anyone to accept it if they are not at a level of conscious awareness to be able to understand it.
To test if an action is in compliance with Natural Law, imagine this scenario where there are only two people, such as the previous law and tax example. An action that is wrong for one being to take against another is the same as one person or group of people having the right to take that same action in a world of 7 billion people.
A conscience is the ability to distinguish right from wrong. From the Latin com meaning ‘together’ and scire ‘to know; to understand’. Conscience is to know together, to be mutually aware of. In other words it is common sense knowledge, a sense of right and wrong that we all share in common. We’re supposed to recognize right and wrong by having a developed conscience, but our conditioning into falsehoods, deceptions and believing fantasy as reality distorts our innate capabilities to align ourselves with what is right instead of what is wrong.
When someone uses force against another who is violating (with violence) another being’s volition and rights, that first person is not being violent; they are correcting a violent act against Natural Law rights, with the use of force. You are indeed “exerting against something that resists” which may result in “damaging” effects, but you are not violating the violence (evil). It is a just use of power, energy, and strength. The initiator of violence using unjust (against Natural Law rights) force is the one violating and being violent. That is also a violation of the Sacred Feminine principle of nonviolence and nonaggression. Using force to stop that violence is not violence, but right-action based in Natural Moral Law to stop a wrongdoing from continuing unabated. This is the Sacred Masculine being rightfully used to defend and uphold the Sacred Feminine.
It does matter who initiates the first act which they did not have a right to take. They are the initiators of the violence, the undue use of force, violating someone else’s free will and volition to not be harmed. The Sacred Feminine is being crushed, destroyed, broken, etc. and the Sacred Masculine needs to step in to set right-action into manifestation. When someone violates someone else’s rights, they lose their own rights. If you choose to violate someone’s Natural Law rights, you are giving up your own rights under Natural Law.
Force is protecting and defending Natural Law rights against a violation of those rights. Dark occultists, dominators and controllers don’t want people to step up and physically defend themselves against being violated. They want to pacify the Sacred Masculine of self-defense. Our current society’s growing police state is demonstrated by Alex Jones and others where we see state sanctioned thugs using violence against those who exercise their right to free speech. This is the case at the G-8 and G 20 summit protests. There are people who protest the political scheming of the power structures in the world and are harassed, pepper sprayed, tasered or beaten for exercising the force of their voice and speaking information that other people should know about
We have failed in our personal responsibility. We have not morally educated our young, so there happens to be criminal tendencies that develop in various people and then we demand a controller clean things up in society because we don’t want to handle it ourselves. We have handed over our personal responsibility by creating institutions and forces of control because we don’t want to deal with our own house or be bothered and hassled by the problems around us. So people or groups end up with imaginary rights that no one possesses, such as stealing through taxation, violence and coercion that result from noncompliance with taxation or other dictates of man’s law that are not followed, and it is all sanctioned through tacit acceptance into indentured servitude. Proper education is key, not the fear and need to control by having institutions of control to save us from our own ignorance.
Force is voluntary, based in Natural Law and morality to take an action that one has the right to take because it does not violate the Natural Law rights of another sentient animate being. The Sacred Feminine principles of nonviolence and nonaggression is being sustained, aligned with and embodied. Violence is coercive action not based in Natural Law and morality, to take an action one doesn’t have the right to take because they are violating the rights of another sentient animate being, stepping on the Sacred Feminine, without Care.
“They must find it difficult… those who have taken authority as truth, rather than truth as authority.” – Gerald Massey
This same story has happened many times in our recent history and further back. There are those who accept claims of authority over other living beings and usurp their Natural Law rights. Soviet Russia, Nazi Germany, and going back every century into the Roman times and even before that there have always been people who have claimed imaginary rights of authority over others. Those who line up and take orders are automatons imagining that they can give up their personal responsibility for the wrong-actions they commit and claim it’s all just a job and they are just following orders. Excuses, justifications and defensive rationalizations are always employed by those who need to validate the wrongs they are engaged in. People want to claim that they are not responsible for what happens as a result of their actions. But the truth is that they are, they simply want to be irresponsible so that they can continue doing what they are doing without pointing the finger at themselves. Instead, pointing the finger at someone else and claiming someone else is responsible for their behavior.
“Accept responsibility for
yourself and your actions, thoughts and words. You alone make choices.
You alone are answerable to the consequences of your behavior. The
feeble excuse that your boss required it, the establishment expected it,
holds no truth or justification. […]
What is the point of having principles if you allow others to dictate
your behavior? At the end of the day, you will judge your performance
and the contribution you have made to Creation. It will not be based on
what another expected of you, or what you did because you felt trapped.” – David Icke
Even the controllers and manipulators that create havoc and cause others
to suffer are suffering themselves. These psychopaths fear and
therefore seek to control. The ideology is that if you can control
everything around you then it cannot hurt. They are in fear of being
discovered as people who are incapable of feeling the normal range of
human emotions. They fear how others would react, so they seek to
control in order to survive and protect themselves. They are hurting and
take out their aggression on others in complex ways.
Things can be different if enough people care to do the work to understand the causal factors of suffering that originate from within ourselves and care to change. Change is the action that requires courage to overcome our fears. We have free will choice to make decisions even if it leads to more suffering and is against the goals that we want or wish to have. What we create for ourselves is based on our alignment with Natural Law or ignoring it.
The marriage between the divine father creator thought, and divine
mother emotional energies of consciousness, create a divine child of
action, a synthesis or byproduct that manifest as the things we do in
the world, our behavior. We now see the Trinity of the creator father,
divine mother Holy Spirit and the divine male child completed. There is
also the Trinity of the body-mind-spirit connection where our body
represents action, our mind represents thought, and our spirit
represents emotion in the sense that our emotions are the spirit in
which we do things. The Trinity concept is represented in different
traditions under the name of the Law of Three or the Triune (3-in-1)
aspect of consciousness.
Following only the “heart” without taking the “brain” with you is not the path of Truth and Love, yet many people mistakenly believe this in the pseudo-spiritual and New Age movements and beliefs. This is the concept of thought, thinking, mind, logic, etc. becoming a “negative” in favor of more heavy right-brain modalities of being.
Our actions and behaviors towards other innocent sentient animate beings are a part of us, and Universal Cosmic Natural Moral Law applies in everything we do. If we enslave other innocent sentient animate beings, then we are not truly living and embodying Natural Law, Higher Self, Higher Will, Truth, Love, Good, Right, etc. If you think your actions of support, consent and participation in the enslavement, exploitation, harm, suffering, violence or murder of other innocent sentient animate beings is not part of what you do and who you are currently choosing to be, then you do not understand yourself or Natural Law.
We can create wonderful good, and we can also create tremendous evil. There are also grades in between. So long as we embody aspects of wrongdoings and evil towards other innocent sentient animate beings, we are merely living in partial embodiment of Natural Law and are still supporters of slavery. Only Truth can allow you to cross the divide of apathy, ignorance, cowardice and denial about what you participate, support and consent to in your actions and behaviors. Our minds are powerful, and we can delude ourselves about what we are actually participating in.
To Know Freedom is to Know Nature. Living in Harmony with Nature leads to Peace, Prosperity, Knowledge, Truth, Action, and Freedom. Nature Reflects the Order of the Universe. Living in Opposition to Nature leads to War, Control, Ignorance, Fear, Stagnation, and Enslavement.