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Towards the Omega point

Currently, the collective behaviors of the human animal are directed towards large scale destruction and catastrophe. At the same time, there's a growing group of people who are more or less aware of our world's problems and the dangerous straight-jacket of our Mother Culture. The Omega Point theory, then, states that most of the misery and misfortune that has so direly affected the human species for the last ten thousand years has been brought upon us by biological and social mechanisms which are, one by one, all on the verge of collapse. Due to the on-going collapse of these mechanisms, more and more people are freeing themselves from the repressive straight-jacket of our Mother Culture. Knowingly or unknowingly, these self-actualizers are infecting others, some of whom, in turn, also manage to get free from our culture's destructive ideals. The Omega point, then, is a tipping point situated in humanity's near future when enough people have been freed to cause a large-scale shift in any other direction.

If this sounds an awful lot like the New Age predicted by many of our not so very scientific thinkers, that would be because some of the ideas are indeed very similar. We, of the Omega Research Foundation, predict that, indeed, we will be entering a new age within the coming decade or so. What makes our claims unique—no, even explosive—is that we back our claims with a mechanical world view. And even though we disagree among ourselves whether a mechanical world view is any way correct, we realize that the only manner to practice science is by making your claims verifiable. By refraining from waxing on about fun but vague subjects such as astrology, tarot and intuition beyond the scientific realm, we believe we can offer some real, solid insight into where we are and where we're going as a species.

And we have a lot of good news! So keep an eye on this blog and your eyes might yet be opened. :-)

Tags: blog, omega-research.org, self-actualization, tipping point

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