The Extinction of Mankind

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The Extinction of Mankind

Post by LoneBear » Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:33 pm

People are always waiting for some kind of extinction event to occur, where they will survive the mess and stand forth on a new, improved society... but if you look at history, societies do not tend to go out with a bang--the go out with a fizzle.

I recently read some reports on how the upcoming generation (the "dumbest generation every") is not capable of maintaining the basic services we now need for survival--and I'm talking simple things that fill those needs--food, shelter, clothing, etc. Granted, there are millions that can create a simulation of these things on Minecraft, but when it comes to the real world, they are lost--unable to use basic tools and no idea how to apply trade skills.

The papers concluded that mankind can now be considered an extinct species, with just the survivors clinging on to the last 20 years before the "great fizzle." Being one of the last "Renaissance men" (a "model of versatility"), I've been watching the lack of common sense and basic ability drop over the last decades. But it had not occurred to me that we had already gone past the point of no return, which these researchers indicated. And I believe they are correct. When my generation retires, there are not enough skilled people to fill the roles we have left open.

I think one of the big pushes towards robotics and AI is to try to replace human labor with machine labor--not just for the profitability, but as a survival necessity. To continue on as a species, we are going to have to become an android/cyborg society. And I've seen some of the advances they have made with robotics--frightening, to say the least. Robots can outperform people by a thousand to one now, the only thing they lack is a convenient, portable power source.

As you know, I do not believe in "mass ascensions," ET interventions or things like that. But it has been my experience that there are higher "entities" that try to assist man into fulfilling his role to promote the evolution of consciousness. There are also those entities that work against that purpose. But they cannot interfere with free will... and man is choosing to become extinct and be replaced by technology. So I am wondering, where does it leave those that can still fulfill this role? There are not enough of "us" to fill the roles to maintain this society, and the degenerative forces on our society and culture far exceed the evolutionary ones.

So it raises the question... where does man go from here? Can he go anywhere?
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Re: The Extinction of Mankind

Post by Djchrismac » Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am

LoneBear wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:33 pm
People are always waiting for some kind of extinction event to occur, where they will survive the mess and stand forth on a new, improved society... but if you look at history, societies do not tend to go out with a bang--the go out with a fizzle.
The Great Catastrophe/Biblical Flood/Deluge of Deucalion is quite an exception. :D

On a related note, this appeared online today!
Scientists to search for secret Scottish meteorite crater
Researchers believe they have pinpointed the location a meteor, up to 2km across, impacted in northwest Scotland.
https://news.sky.com/story/scientists-t ... r-11738791
They are actually digging in the right place now!
LoneBear wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:33 pm
I recently read some reports on how the upcoming generation (the "dumbest generation every") is not capable of maintaining the basic services we now need for survival--and I'm talking simple things that fill those needs--food, shelter, clothing, etc. Granted, there are millions that can create a simulation of these things on Minecraft, but when it comes to the real world, they are lost--unable to use basic tools and no idea how to apply trade skills.
Was it a mainstream report by any chance? I know plenty of young people training as trade apprentices and several parents who have very smart kids plus they don't let them play with smart devices all day long. I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be hard to train these Minecraft players to use actual tools like in the game but are the parents bothering or have they just given up because their children appear dumb/bored/not interested?

I see it differently - I see children that are scared about the world they will inherit that then choose to escape reality for now because facing up to the alternative is not a nice prospect. Every teenager is a lazy bum until they mature and start learning to fend for themselves. A bigger problem is lazy parents not teaching their kids manners, discipline or right from wrong, expecting TV to raise them so they get an easy ride as a parent.

Children continually surprise me with their intelligence, intuition, logic and reasoning, it's bad parenting I see dumbing down children for their entire childhood!

It's much like a badly behaved dog getting the blame when it is the owners/trainers that are at fault.
LoneBear wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:33 pm
The papers concluded that mankind can now be considered an extinct species, with just the survivors clinging on to the last 20 years before the "great fizzle." Being one of the last "Renaissance men" (a "model of versatility"), I've been watching the lack of common sense and basic ability drop over the last decades. But it had not occurred to me that we had already gone past the point of no return, which these researchers indicated. And I believe they are correct. When my generation retires, there are not enough skilled people to fill the roles we have left open.
I have several friends who are very much renaissance man when it comes to learning skills and DIY, engineering, fixing, cooking etc., unfortunately they don't have an up to date weltenschung for everything else.

You believe these papers you read are correct, I believe you are wrong. :)

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LoneBear wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:33 pm
I think one of the big pushes towards robotics and AI is to try to replace human labor with machine labor--not just for the profitability, but as a survival necessity. To continue on as a species, we are going to have to become an android/cyborg society. And I've seen some of the advances they have made with robotics--frightening, to say the least. Robots can outperform people by a thousand to one now, the only thing they lack is a convenient, portable power source.
This has been the plan for a long time, even before transhumanism became the agenda. With global burning still one of the biggest threats to humanity I think there is more chance of the planet turning into Mars 2.0 before we have to worry about AI as robots may be efficient but they don't have the intelligence, creativity or soul that we have. Try as they might they will never force me to be chipped. It's quite easy to escape society and live in the wilderness, we don't have to follow the same path as the herd.
LoneBear wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:33 pm
As you know, I do not believe in "mass ascensions," ET interventions or things like that. But it has been my experience that there are higher "entities" that try to assist man into fulfilling his role to promote the evolution of consciousness. There are also those entities that work against that purpose. But they cannot interfere with free will... and man is choosing to become extinct and be replaced by technology. So I am wondering, where does it leave those that can still fulfill this role? There are not enough of "us" to fill the roles to maintain this society, and the degenerative forces on our society and culture far exceed the evolutionary ones.
We're back to an old problem, how can mankind choose the correct path if they are not even aware of the paths or choices that are there? If we are outnumbered by the dark degeneritive forces keeping us down in the dirt then mankind just needs a chance or a moment without this to see a better alternative. As far as I recall, we have never had that chance, not in my lifetime anyway.

We don't need ascension or saving, we can save ourselves, we just need the veil to be lifted so everyone gets the chance to see a better option, a better solution, one that goes back to nature and doesn't rely fully on technology.

Those controlling the world have been dragging us down for too long, I was kind of hoping that hoffman lenses or some of the research here might be the catalyst for change that would open up humanity to a greater reality.
LoneBear wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:33 pm
So it raises the question... where does man go from here? Can he go anywhere?
Did you get out of the wrong side of the bed this morning? :wink: You're usually a lot more positive than this!

I agree things look bleak but don't forget we are still enslaved and the large majority don't even realise that. People feel hopeless because they see the system is rigged, I mean Donald Trump is President, Trump! If people had said that years ago they would have been ridiculed out of the room but it's now the reality we face, politics are a joke and a game and the gap between rich and poorer is increasing.

I am now at the stage of almost being past caring for humanity and wanting a cataclysm to happen, a global reset, except I don't want this I actually only want the royals/blue bloods/illuminati families/macrobes, anyone and everyone that is standing in the way of humanity evolving to feck off and leave us in peace.

Other than ol' JC coming back for his rapture or a return of the gods (do you still think this is going to happen?) and continuation of the age-old battle between them and giants I don't see any fast way of humanity being woken up especially with global psyops confusing the hell out of everyone that is trying to make sense of it all. Even a mass UFO sighting or similar can be easily twisted into something else by the media these days...

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Unless we get those Hoffman lenses built and subtley distributed worldwide, that would certainly put a cat amongst the pigeons...!

If that's not going to happen then we can't give up, I like to think that rapport extends to helping wake up those who cannot see. I'm not prepared to give up on humanity quite yet. For every idiocracy raised Darwin candidate I encounter, I also see acts of amazing kindness and collaboration from people.

I've recently been educating some of the people i've been walking with and they have been surprisingly receptive to the information. I think we will see something happen that will turn the tide and give humanity the big slap in the face wake up call it badly needs in order to sort itself out.

I do not think this will be a big event, I think it will start small and ripple out then build momentum. If we can figure out magic and how to manipulate reality using the Reciprocal System, then what is stopping us programming in a timeline that doesn't have a sad ending?

If: humanity (- shackles) + knowledge = enlightenment,
then: truth / (LoneBear x RS2) = change

Many wizards make light work, i'm sure that's how the saying will be remembered in the future...
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Re: The Extinction of Mankind

Post by DSKlausler » Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:37 pm

Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
Was it a mainstream report by any chance? I know plenty of young people training as trade apprentices and several parents who have very smart kids plus they don't let them play with smart devices all day long. I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be hard to train these Minecraft players to use actual tools like in the game but are the parents bothering or have they just given up because their children appear dumb/bored/not interested?

I see it differently - I see children that are scared about the world they will inherit that then choose to escape reality for now because facing up to the alternative is not a nice prospect. Every teenager is a lazy bum until they mature and start learning to fend for themselves. A bigger problem is lazy parents not teaching their kids manners, discipline or right from wrong, expecting TV to raise them so they get an easy ride as a parent.

Children continually surprise me with their intelligence, intuition, logic and reasoning, it's bad parenting I see dumbing down children for their entire childhood!
Sir, respectfully, do you live in the U.S.?

I do... urban america; BIG urban america - outside Chicago. I am the father of two recent university graduates. They are admittedly exceptional - one shipping out of here for an advanced degree at Technical University of Dresden. From my interaction with their friends and associates, the obvious decline of intelligence is nearly unbearable. If it's not on Facebook or Twitter, then they are oblivious. Maybe you can blame the parents... but this is a HUGE problem, and those parents are just as dumb as their precious offspring. You cannot speak to these people, they are so overwhelmingly immersed in the bullshit, they believe nothing else.

No hope. Wipe the planet, start over - yes, me and mine included.
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Re: The Extinction of Mankind

Post by LoneBear » Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:43 pm

Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
The Great Catastrophe/Biblical Flood/Deluge of Deucalion is quite an exception. :D
That really wasn't a "natural" event.
Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
Was it a mainstream report by any chance? I know plenty of young people training as trade apprentices and several parents who have very smart kids plus they don't let them play with smart devices all day long. I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be hard to train these Minecraft players to use actual tools like in the game but are the parents bothering or have they just given up because their children appear dumb/bored/not interested?
I don't recall where I read it; my memory is still having problems from my hospital stay.

I've worked with a GTA obsessive and found they cannot connect to physical tools. It is actually quite amusing to watch them work on their car without a joystick... the 3D geometry of the real world seems to throw them for a loop.
Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
Children continually surprise me with their intelligence, intuition, logic and reasoning, it's bad parenting I see dumbing down children for their entire childhood!
Most of the millennials I know are just like that--but they lack common sense and the ability to apply that knowledge across trades. Everything seems compartmentalized, just like conventional science. What applies to one field cannot be applied to another, even though it is the same thing with a different name. This is where the system fails.

Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
I have several friends who are very much renaissance man when it comes to learning skills and DIY, engineering, fixing, cooking etc., unfortunately they don't have an up to date weltenschung for everything else.
There are a small percentage (~3%) that still have the old skills. But that is insufficient to keep our infrastructure intact heading into the future.
Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
You believe these papers you read are correct, I believe you are wrong. :)
The papers confirmed what I experience in real life. Got to remember that I've been around for over a half century and watched it happen. I don't really need the Internet to tell me what my eyes observe for themselves, but it is nice to see a more detailed analysis.
Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
Those controlling the world have been dragging us down for too long, I was kind of hoping that hoffman lenses or some of the research here might be the catalyst for change that would open up humanity to a greater reality.
Hoffman lenses might do something to expose this flip of good and evil. But there is a "willful ignorance" involved these days, where people will not accept what is right in their face.

We'll find out soon; I've got the equation now to produce infracyan light which will light them up like a deer in the headlights.

Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
Did you get out of the wrong side of the bed this morning? :wink: You're usually a lot more positive than this!
With all I've been through over the last 6 months, I've had to go through a bit of a "reality check." Spirituality has become nothing more than "hope porn"; mankind is in trouble--a lot of trouble--and since he continues to ignore it by creating an artificial reality to cover it up, ... well, the future of mankind is doubtful. It is about time to wake up and smell the coffee... if he doesn't, he will die in his spiritual sleep.

It is not a matter of being positive or negative... we have to look at this problem clearly and see what can be done, if anything, to correct it before it is too late.

Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
I am now at the stage of almost being past caring for humanity and wanting a cataclysm to happen, a global reset, except I don't want this I actually only want the royals/blue bloods/illuminati families/macrobes, anyone and everyone that is standing in the way of humanity evolving to feck off and leave us in peace.
There is a saying from the farm county I grew up in... "Don't bother to teach a pig to sing. It's a lot of work--and annoys the pig." The people that see this problem cannot see a way out, other than a hope that some external event will cause this global reset. Since they still possess the skills to survive, will be the survivors of such an event and the useless sections of the population will be removed. It is just hope that Nature will "trim the herd" for them, much like the "B Ark" on the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Our society works as a military hierarchy; even if you cut off the head, the ranks just slide up to fill in the gap. You'll never be rid of those standing in the way. The faces will change, but the motives remain the same. This isn't a complaint; it is a fact of the nature of the structure.

Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
Other than ol' JC coming back for his rapture or a return of the gods (do you still think this is going to happen?) and continuation of the age-old battle between them and giants I don't see any fast way of humanity being woken up especially with global psyops confusing the hell out of everyone that is trying to make sense of it all. Even a mass UFO sighting or similar can be easily twisted into something else by the media these days...
So you actually agree with what I said... since humanity cannot be woken up, humanity will die in its sleep. These events amount to something massive slapping them in the face, to try to get them out of their unconscious state. I don't really think that is going to happen.
Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
Unless we get those Hoffman lenses built and subtley distributed worldwide, that would certainly put a cat amongst the pigeons...!
Even if you were to expose the demons performing the magick acts behind the street magician, what do you think would be the response? Terror, or "Cool! I want one of those, too!"

Back in the 1980s it would be terror, but now... ethics have changed.

I did run across an interesting comment from Saint Augustine regarding demons. Since demons cannot directly effect the physical, they cannot perform most of the acts of sin (like murder) and are limited to just two in order to influence man: pride and envy. If you notice, these are the basis of materialism, which our civilization now thrives on. "My car is better than you car" and "boy, I wish I had one of those!" This has become our ethical standard.
Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
I've recently been educating some of the people i've been walking with and they have been surprisingly receptive to the information. I think we will see something happen that will turn the tide and give humanity the big slap in the face wake up call it badly needs in order to sort itself out.
Most people will listen--to a point. But how many will actually DO something? Have you noticed that people interact less and less every year? When I first started this forum 25 years ago (called "New Order" back then!), so many people posted it was hard to keep up. Look at it now.

I think the snowball has rolled too far down the hill... the small change those that do interact can make will not make any significant change to its trajectory.
Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
I do not think this will be a big event, I think it will start small and ripple out then build momentum. If we can figure out magic and how to manipulate reality using the Reciprocal System, then what is stopping us programming in a timeline that doesn't have a sad ending?
Given that happened, what would you change? Accounting for the fact that you cannot interfere with free will nor karma...
Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
Many wizards make light work, i'm sure that's how the saying will be remembered in the future...
Or as Tom Baker (Dr Who) said when the power went out... let's see if many hands can make the lights work!
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Post by Lozion » Tue Jun 11, 2019 5:08 pm

"So it raises the question... where does man go from here? Can he go anywhere?"

Homo Sapiens Ethicus has to emerge or the species will either die out or become borg like in the soon to come Machine Kingdom.

If not out exploring the Universe, Ethicus should be found training on his/her wizard chops in Sanctuary like environments.

I would humbly suggest you pick up a sturdy walking stick and start traveling the World. Who knows what you might find out there, hidden in the Shadows but waiting to be seen?

I reckon the Path is calling you anew, after your lenghty hiatus..
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Re: The Extinction of Mankind

Post by Arcelius » Wed Jun 12, 2019 4:33 pm

LoneBear wrote:
Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:43 pm
Djchrismac wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:51 am
Other than ol' JC coming back for his rapture or a return of the gods (do you still think this is going to happen?) and continuation of the age-old battle between them and giants I don't see any fast way of humanity being woken up especially with global psyops confusing the hell out of everyone that is trying to make sense of it all. Even a mass UFO sighting or similar can be easily twisted into something else by the media these days...
So you actually agree with what I said... since humanity cannot be woken up, humanity will die in its sleep. These events amount to something massive slapping them in the face, to try to get them out of their unconscious state. I don't really think that is going to happen.
Even if it did happen, would that really change anything? Some would argue that there have been a number of mass UFO sightings (see around Mexico City) in recent years. As you say, virtually anything can be "easily twisted" or just ignored. I believe that if mankind is woken up forcibly, then that is a sign that it is too late to do anything with it. Information alone is insufficient. Being able to force someone into doing something doesn't mean that they will obtain the full benefits of so doing.
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Ra: I am Ra. In our peoples there was what may be considered, from the viewpoint of wisdom, an overabundance of love. These entities looked at those still in darkness and saw that those of a neutral or somewhat negative viewpoint found such harmony, shall we say, sickening. The Wanderers felt that a more wisdom-oriented way of seeking love could be more appealing to those in darkness.

First one entity began its work. Quickly the second found the first. These entities had agreed to serve together and so they did, glorifying the One Creator, but not as they intended. About them were soon gathered those who found it easy to believe that a series of specific knowledges and wisdoms would advance one towards the Creator. The end of this was the graduation into fourth-density negative of the Wanderers, which had much power of personality, and some small deepening of the negatively polarized element of those not polarizing positively. There was no negative harvest as such.
Note that there is more context to this. Just a story of a couple of people who tried to force people to graduate before they were ready. Also,
The Law of One 89.30 wrote:Questioner: Would Ra’s attitude toward the same unharvestable entities be different at this nexus than at the time of harvest of third density?

Ra: I am Ra. Not substantially. To those who wish to sleep we could only offer those comforts designed for the sleeping. Service is only possible to the extent it is requested. We were ready to serve in whatever way we could. This still seems satisfactory as a means of dealing with other-selves in third density. It is our feeling that to be each entity which one attempts to serve is to simplify the grasp of what service is necessary or possible.
This was especially difficult for me to accept.
LoneBear wrote:
Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:43 pm
Most people will listen--to a point. But how many will actually DO something? Have you noticed that people interact less and less every year? When I first started this forum 25 years ago (called "New Order" back then!), so many people posted it was hard to keep up. Look at it now.
I would need to count myself in that number. I used to post much more frequently than I do now and I know others did as well.

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