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Always charting the unknown possibilities of existence.

Prices going up or Dollar going down

The Dollar isn't doing very well. Everybody will have noticed that it's decreasing in value very rapidly. The Federal Reserve is inserting billions of dollars trying to prevent the system from collapsing, but are they really doing us a favor? The simple answer is no. Creating more more out of thin air, because that is [...]

Humanity Lobotomy – The Importance of Net Neutrality

In the early days, radio used to be a two-way communication system. Radio communication played a part in social, religious and political dialogs between people. Later, big corporations like NBC and CBS produced 97% of nighttime broadcasting in the United States; all courtesy of the Federal Communications Commission. We cannot let them do the same [...]

Rap with a message

It seems two high profile Dutch rappers, Lange Frans en Baas B, have enough of the lies of our government. This song came as a complete surprise to me. What they're rapping about is "old news" for me, but the release of this song was very unexpected, and is a very welcome sign of the [...]

George Carlin about religion

On a blog about self-actualization and freedom from power structures, etc, I can't withhold you this very good piece by George Carlin about religion:

Push the limits

Besides making good music, Enigma also writes meaningful lyrics. A quote from "Push the Limits", from the album "The Screen Behind the Mirror", by Enigma: Don't submit to stupid rules Be yourself and not a fool. Don't accept average habits Open your heart and push the limits. The irony of this is, that while most people [...]

Ron Paul: Going the Distance

Here I am again with a message about Ron Paul. He asks not to give up, even though election victories are already practically claimed, prematurely of course. He also wants to organize a march to Washington D.C., to give the media something they can't ignore, like they usually do. Take a look at this campaign [...]

Erin Pavlina about the law of attraction

Steve Pavlina has a very extensive weblog about personal development, called "Personal Development for Smart People". While browsing it, I found a podcast by his wife, about how to use the law of attraction. Knowing about the law of attraction and really understanding it are two completely different things, so I advise you to listen; [...]

Humbling on a universal scale

If someone were to ask you how big the universe is, you would probably come up with something like "big". "Big", however, is the most severe understatement you can make. In actuality, the size of the universe is humbling, on a universal scale: You have to agree with me how insignificant the neurosis which control our [...]

The Ron Paul revolution

When talking about the evolution of human consciousness and the Omega revolution, an important aspect is (world) politics. Ever since the beginning, western democracies are not much more than glorified dictatorships. These democracies are not about what the people want, but about using propaganda to let the people accept the regime; and when they think [...]

The exploration that awaits you

Omega is all about the evolution of consciousness, of the collective and the individual. As my first post here, I would like to give a quote which is very applicable to the subject matter: We wanted to see if you had the ability to expand your mind and your horizons, and for one brief moment, you [...]