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freedom mat that's what it's all about [Music] [Music] welcome you are listening - what on earth is happening this show will discuss the topics of human consciousness mind control natural law the occult and all issues that affect the freedom of the people of Earth what on earth is happening will endeavor to shine light upon the darkness of our world and to offer empowering solutions to the problems we face as humanity approaches it's critical moment of choice and now here is your host Mark Pascoe [Music] welcome one and all you're listening to what on earth is happening I'm your host mark passio my website what on earth is happening dot-com today is Saturday August 31st 2013 we have a great show lined up for you here today I'm going to be presenting today the homework results for the natural law seminar the very first natural law seminar that was hosted here in Philadelphia from June 22nd 2013 to July 27 2013 and I want to let everyone know that that seminar was a huge success the students were great I think a lot of value was taken from the seminar by all who attended and there will be future ones planned I don't have any information on that currently but continue to listen to this podcast and to check the what on earth is happening website for announcements on future natural law seminars coming up here in the city of Philadelphia and possibly in the form of online webinars so some other quick announcements before we get into the subject matter for today the videos for the free your mind to conference are still actively being worked on Chris our great video editor is doing a great job and the preliminary designs that he's showed me look awesome people are really gonna be happy with the results it's a lot of videos to go through and process so please be patient they're gonna be ready and probably about another month I don't want to make any absolute promises but within the next couple months they will be released to the public I spoke on natural law at the grenade Friends Meeting House in guenon Pennsylvania on August 4th 2013 and that was a great presentation I really went into depth on natural law without making it the length of like a seminar but it did run a little over four hours that lecture and that was videotaped so we have that being worked on by video editor Tim Smith from sign signs of the time media and he is going to be releasing that fairly shortly hopefully within the next couple of weeks we'll see how that goes but that will be coming out and I will have a link to that in my videos section as well it'll be the first extended video on natural law that I've actually you know recorded had recorded for the what on earth is happening website so I'm really excited about that and I think that will really help a lot of people to understand natural law in a bigger way with with a lot of visuals so look for that soon on what on earth is happening calm and thanks also to Gary for hooking up that lecture at the Gwynedd Friends Meeting House really appreciated also thanks to Patrick Mangan for editing out the commercials on the what on earth is happening podcasts from Oracle broadcasting and all the shows on Oracle that I did that are still on my podcast section are now commercial free the commercials have actually been removed from those the audio editing work was done by Patrick Mannion so thanks so much for doing that work really appreciated I was I did a bunch of interviews in the time that I have not been podcasting because I took off the entire two months basically in June and July not the entire two months but the second half of June and all of July because I was working on the natural law seminar course material and I wanted to dedicate 100% of my time to that endeavor so there were no have been no podcast since earlier on in June when I did the podcast the extended podcast on the presentation that I gave at the freer mine to conference New Age and the suppression of the sacred masculine that video is now really kind of going I don't want to say viral but it's making the rounds in the alternative news community and the truth community as we speak and I think a lot of people are gaining a lot of value from that podcast as well thanks so much to the gentleman who made that into a video slide presentation and posted it on YouTube so the interviews that I've done since I haven't been podcasting over the last couple months are all on my news section of my website and you could check those out I was interviewed on crystal kids radio with nataliemarie On June 22nd I was interviewed on Gnostic warrior radio on July 30th I was back on a cult science radio with Curtis Davis on August 7th I was interviewed by Richard Grove on his video podcast series history so it doesn't repeat on August 18th and I was interviewed recently on birth of a new earth with Jenice barceló on August 22nd so definitely check out all of that material in the what on earth is happening news section I will be speaking at the global breakthrough energy movement conference the breakthrough energy movement conference in Boulder Colorado on October 10th the conference runs for three days October 10th 11th and 12th 2013 at the University of Colorado in Boulder so thanks to Jerome for hooking up my presentation at the breakthrough energy movement conference really excited to be part of this it's gonna be a huge event with tons of speakers I mean the speaker line-up is incredible I'll just briefly go down the list of speakers here Regina Meredith Jason verbally Garret Modell Catherine Austen fits more a king foster gamble sterling Allen Joel garbin Russell Anderson Tom Valon David kneebauer or nide our Ruby carat James Martinez Mitchell Robin Fernando Vasa elf Dahlstrom dan winter Jason Mott matazo Steven Ross Sasha stone Michael tell injure David Martin Marc dan dan see Jamie John / Daniel Nunez Ericka Nunez myself mark passio Michael River song Mike up stone Josh Tom's mark brash a Randy Powell mark LeClair Russ Gries James Schmidt Mike waters and Richard Dolan so this is a who's who of the alternative energy community and consciousness movement and really excited to be part of this conference coming up in Boulder I'm speaking on Thursday evening October 10th and again the conference runs from Thursday to Saturday October 10th through 12th 2013 you can go right to the front page of what on earth is happening calm and click the banner on the front page for the breakthrough energy movement and go to that page read all about the conference and there is also a place that you can order tickets right from there so do check out the their website at global be e/m calm that's global be em4 breakthrough energy movement calm i will also be speaking at the Omni Hotel in New Haven Connecticut this is going to be taking place Saturday October 19th 2013 this is sponsored by pattern recognition time and thank you to art and Chris Capozzi for setting all of this up and this is going to be taking place again Saturday October tober 19th 2013 at the Omni Hotel that's at 155 Temple Street New Haven Connecticut the doors will open at 9 a.m. advance ticket sales are $20 donation and that you could send a check or money order to Chris Capozzi the address is on the flyer which will be posted with this podcast and the at the door tickets will only be 5 dollars more so it'll be $25 cash donation at the door the topic will be natural law it will be an all-day seminar a one-day seminar on natural law all day it's gonna be like you know a david icke style lecture where i'm going in-depth into the topic of natural law and covering everything about it and i'm condensing that material into one day of information and hopefully we'll have a nice crowd out there that really wants to delve deep into this material understand it and hopefully they will bring other people who need to see and hear this information that's the key thing that we want to see happen here we want to see people bringing other people out to it and say hey this is the the why that underlies everything that's going on that you see going on in the world here's what we can do about it this is the the causal factors if we want to change what's happening in the manifested reality we have to change what's going on in the things that are causing it that and those factors lie in the human mind and the human psyche and the human heart and we need to understand and and recognize those factors if we're going to change what's happening in the external domain so everybody who's in that area please definitely get together with friends and family members and you know tell them this is information that you need to hear that you need to see that you need to be present for let's attend it together and make a day that so that's coming up October 19th in New Haven Connecticut all right so those are all the event announcements and let's move to our subject material for today which is the homework results from the first natural law seminar here in Philadelphia I'll be posting all the slides with the podcast and I will try to do my best to be accurate in giving the appropriate slide number for the slide that I am talking about so this is going to be in four sections there were four homework assignments that had results that were tabulated there was a couple other homework assignments that were essay related or ongoing work with others that were related to ongoing work with other people so they didn't have actual results that were tabulated and analyzed in the way that these other four weeks were so while the seminar itself was six weeks that this is why there are only four sections of homework results with actual pie charts and charts and graphics and things like that so let's look at the homework results for week one of the natural law seminar this assignment was given on week one it was turned in on week two and then these results were presented on week three to the class slide number one is just the title slide for the homework results and you could see that the background pattern was on an alchemical like wood cut or motif of the sacred temple the esoteric temple that exists within humanity which is the combination of the different aspects of human consciousness namely the sacred masculine and the Sacred Feminine components of consciousness symbolized by the two pillars symbolism which we've covered extensively here in former Editions episodes of what on earth is happening so that's the title slide and that's just a brief explanation for why I chose that background image for the natural law seminar okay so what was the first homework assignment the first homework assignment I'm going to read to you right now and this is the results that we're actually going to analyze the first class on the natural law seminar dealt with human desires and values it dealt with objective truth versus the ideology of salep season it dealt with freewill and personal responsibility it dealt with the worldview schism or the different types of worldviews that are held by people like randomly randomness and determinism it dealt with the concepts of knowledge versus belief holding a belief system versus actually having real knowledge direct first-hand knowledge of something and it dealt with human the concept of human nature as it is thought about by most people versus conditions that they live in which has often been called nurturing conditions or simply nurture so nature versus nurture was also a theme during week number one the directions for this homework assignment were as follows the students were to choose five people each and ask them the following questions that are given in the homework assignment they were supposed to choose someone other than their own spouse or significant other or their own children but anyone else was fair game in other words I was trying to limit it away from people who actually live in their own homes as a spouse or children because their thinking would probably be much more influenced by the person themself than people who they don't live with although I allowed other family members as long as they don't really you know directly live with them in the same immediate household the further instructions were to ant ask them these questions ask them to answer these questions the five people that you chose as honestly as possible and to tell them that their answers would be recorded completely anonymously so no one would know their names and you know not to feel free to give completely honest answers they were to present the questions to them in as clear audible and steady of voice as possible using appropriate emphasis who are necessary to ask the questions and to make every effort not to influence their answers in any way to try to you know influence them toward one way or another just to get their honest answers and record them anonymously their answers were to be recorded completely anonymously on the provided answer sheets and then to be turned in in next week's class so let's get started with the first round of of results the first question was that they were to ask people is what are the three things that you desire most in life and the the results came back that the number one response was happiness or personal satisfaction some people also said comfort and peace of mind for oneself so their own happiness their own satisfaction their own comfort that was the number one response of what people want okay so I'll say this once again the number one thing that most people want is for themselves to be happy satisfied and comfortable that's the number one response the second number-one response was the second response given was success personal success personal wealth personal prosperity in other words they wanted their career to be successful and they want money flowing in that's the number two response almost as popular as the first one not quite the first had twenty point six one percent of the total responses given for this question the second and again this is slide number two for week one results the the second result was success wealth prosperity career money totaling 16.0 3% of the total responses to this question number three was health personal health their own health okay so in the top three for the responses to the question what are the three things you desire most in life my own happiness and satisfaction my own success and prosperity was second and my own health was third the health comprised thirteen point seven four percent of the total responses to this question fourth was love and personal relationships in my life so for the individual the relationships with other people taking place in their life that's what they want okay so that was twelve point two one percent of the total responses we only get to a dynamic that doesn't really involve the individual the the self in the number five most popular result which was peace meaning I guess peace in the community in the society in the world okay so that was six point one percent but you could see how low the percentage already is in who responded with something that was outside of themselves not directly related to their own particular situation or life the next response response number six was my family's success or my family's health comprising five point three four percent the seventh result was that they wanted a family they wanted to start a family or have children that was four point five eight percent another dynamic so we we there we went back to things related to service to the self or directly related to the individual then we go back to a non self serving response which is freedom now that could mean their own freedom too but in general I think they mean freedom for you know just freedom in the world in general that was two point two nine percent so just over two percent wanted freedom at all these are total responses of all the responses that everyone said only three responses were for freedom totaling two point two nine percent of all responses physical things and possessions like a house a car etc were as popular as freedom while totaling two point two nine percent moving to slide number three in this section it's a continuation with the lower results that only had a couple of responses food power safety or security service to others and sex all had two responses each totaling one point five three percent each for those particular responses then we had varied responses each had one response each and totaling 0.76 percent 0.76 percent each children with morals that was an interesting response connection to nature education equality ethical living friendship honesty kindness longevity loyalty service to God and spreading happiness to others were all had one response each again totaling 0.76 percent each so moving on to slide number four this is a pie chart breaking down the responses that either contained the dynamic of service to self versus the dynamic of service to others so was the response either service to self or service related and when you total all of those results and make a chart or a pie chart graphic like this you see that 84% of the total responses to this first question what do you desire most in your life what do you want in life eighty-four percent of people give a response related to a selfish motive service to self they only want something that is related to something directly in their life directly affecting them in their in their personal situation 84% only 16% of responses dealt with service to others in any way as in peace freedom equality justice etc anything like that only comprised about 16 percent of responses so an overwhelming imbalance toward service to self versus service to others I would suggest that this is again forms part of the why that human beings are in the situation that they are in let's move on to the next slide slide number five what are the three things the quite the question number two now what are the three things you value the most in life through the three things you value the most in life not that you desire but what do you value these comprise your personal value system okay the number one response overwhelmingly was family and again I don't think that that's a necessarily bad result to say that I value my family the actual people around me in my life however this familial identification of these are the people who I identify with is still what I would call something that is not going to help to get done what we need to get done it's not morong I'm not saying these people are not valuable to people I'm not saying that you shouldn't value your family members or you shouldn't value those who are very close to you in your life what I'm saying is that family isn't a it's not a quality that you value when you think when you really think of values you're looking at a quality that is present in your life now again we're saying it could be anything we're not saying that you have to choose a value like faith or knowledge or truth or something like that we didn't say you had to pick what is considered a conceptual value that you could say anything so if money is the thing that you value most in life be honest and say money if it's your jewelry or your clothes or whatever the kind of car you drive people were free to say anything here I'm just pointing out that this is what people identify with the things that people find the most valuable and say that they think are the most valuable are the things that they identify with in life so it's interesting to see whether we're getting to things that could and should be considered real values versus things that are simply things that people identify with I just wanted to make that clarification before we continue with the responses number one response family with over 25 percent of the total responses or a full quarter of the people who of the responses to this question were family 25.2% health was the next thing and meaning their own personal health 11.81 percent their own family I'm sorry their own friends or friendship in general was seven point eight seven percent of the total responses their own personal relationships with others or love in other words I would say that this is probably related to romantic love interest in their life five point five one percent we still haven't really hit what I would consider a real value yet okay success wealth prosperity career money again their own personal success their own personal prosperity money in general was was fifth with four point seven two percent their own happiness satisfaction and comfort three point nine four percent that was next I would say we start to hit real values at this point in the chart which is a it's very interesting the things that people desire most in life I would say we started hitting real values o peace we hit at about six percent and then others came in at about two percent we see the same dynamic in general here with education faith freedom knowledge all comprising two point three six percent and we have life itself two point three six percent resilience an interesting response of courage or resilience two point three six percent respect with the same two point three six percent truth coming down at the same level about a little over two percent it was in the results I was pretty shocked to even see the three people listed truth when responding to this question what are the three things you value most in life okay and beauty was next Beauty courage justice security spirituality or religion all came in at about one point five seven percent and then varied responses once again with only one response each comprising about point seven nine percent 0.79% of responses rounding out the list were compassion cultural identity discernment equality food generosity goodness home humility individual ilysm kindness laughter loyalty nature peace reliability service to others and work ethic when I made a pie chart with all of these responses what I was looking for is to try to find out again relating this to the natural law seminar and helping the people to understand these results and how the mindset that people have is not conducive to generating freedom it's not conducive to becoming a truly free people that are not enslaved I looked at all of the responses that have something to do with directly have to do with truly generating a world of freedom holding these values in place for within oneself have to do with making a world that is operating under natural law in a harmonious way in other words okay and those dynamics or values are as follows they are truth knowledge freedom courage justice wisdom etc okay we're talking about actual real value systems okay things that again if people hold them to be truly valuable in their minds and in their hearts and then acted upon those values the world would be free and the people of the earth would be free when you put all of those together and this is slide number seven in section one in homework result one you see that only about ten percent approximately ten percent of responses had to do with values that are capable of generating a world of freedom and again those value were truth knowledge freedom courage and justice not one person on the whole thing actually used the word wisdom to describe something that they want that they valued they the wisdom was not on the chart okay again very telling that people don't value wisdom or philosophy Phillips the love of wisdom philosophy Sophos wisdom in Greek and felis sophist filos meaning love so folks meaning wisdom they don't value philosophy they don't value wisdom wasn't one of the responses I was even shocked to see that truth made it on to the chart with a few responses totaling two percent of the total of what people value most in life and with with responses like that with truth coming in that low we can't possibly be free it's not it's not possible knowledge 2.3 percent we're gonna see so much cognitive dissonance and mental schism and later results let's move on to the next slide the third question do you think that the following set of statements considered as a whole is true or false and here's what we asked the okay so do you think this is true in general this statement considered as a whole these statements or is it false truth is singular there is no such thing as my truth his truth or her truth there is only the truth there is only one way that things actually are which exists separately and independently from human perception so in other words all human beings can do is align their perception to that truth to what is is there a way that things are that which is and it's human beings job to align their perception to that which is such that they can understand it in a clearer way recognize it and understand it so what we're really asking here is is truth objective or is it based upon perception meaning is it subjective so we're talking about here general objective knowledge versus subjective opinion which thing is true is everything just a matter of opinion and there is no actually no truth or and it's all based on perception which is called solid sysm okay we're really trying to find out here how many people are solipsistic whether they're outright solid sister or not how many people believe that truth can be known all right or that it even exists at all objectively that it exists objectively okay so the people that said yes truth is singular and it exists objectively independently from human perception was forty two point five five percent of the responses more people think the truth is based on human perception that it does not exist independently fifty seven point four five percent once again a very telling Figg figures here very telling figures moving the slide nine I made a pie chart on this this is what we were really asking though the the question up here is worded in the way that what we're really asking okay we were asking them is truth singular meaning that it is objective or is it different for everyone based upon human perception meaning that it is subjective and look at the breakdown forty two point five five percent versus fifty seven point four five percent that said it was objective this doesn't bode well folks I mean again if truth is totally subjective and is a matter of opinion we can get to make up what's right and wrong that's why we're in the situation that we're in people don't think that there's actually way that things are and it's their obligation to discover the way things actually are by aligning their perception to truth which is objective perception yes it is a it is subjective but what is is objective and it's it's our work to align our perception to the objective truth most people don't see it that way which is why we're in the prison that we're in when you have closer to 60% six out of ten thinking truth is something we get to make up verses about four out of ten who say no truth is something we have to observe and align our perceptions to so that we can understand it the people that actually believe truth is objective are in the minority and that's why we're in a prison as a species one of the many reasons the next slide slide number 10 question number four choose the file choose the set of statements from the following set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking now again you don't have to agree with every single thing written in these two sets of statements so yet is this a dialectic yes it is deliberately constructed to be a dialectic to see in general where people's mindset is at so between these two responses what we're asking them to pick is which response most closely that's why it's bolded underlined and italicized most closely resembles the way you think that's the question here's the two set of statements a the truth about events circumstances situations or happenings in the world can be known reality is not based upon perceptions or opinions reality is quote the way things actually are unquote reality is based upon truth which is objective and knowable that truth is knowable again this deals with is the person solipsistic or they not solipsistic okay that's a set of statements a set of statements be the truth about events circumstances situations or happenings in the world cannot really be known perception is reality reality like perception is relative there is really no such thing as quote definitive truth unquote or quote the way things actually are unquote there is no such thing as that reality is subjective and therefore ultimately unknowable a truth cannot really be known okay now the results the people who believe that truth is knowable comprised almost sixty percent fifty nine point five seven percent said a truth is essentially objective and knowable be that truth is really unknowable cannot really be known comprised forty percent forty point four three percent of the responses breaking this down onto a pie chart in slide number eleven the question really boiled down to can truth be known or is it unknowable about says it was in about a 60/40 split with sixty percent saying truth is knowable but really let this sink in folks four out of ten human beings and again you could say oh these aren't this isn't representative of the total mass of humanity you only had a small cross-section asked yes that's true however my extrapolation here or best guesstimate if you will would be if you did ask these questions to an extended audience that it was global you would probably come up with similar results to these results because the results are fairly randomized and they weren't they didn't focus on any kind of a particular target audience however I would say that the results are probably very slightly skewed toward the positive because you have to remember the people that are actually asking these questions are very conscious individuals that want to learn more about natural law and attend a seminar like this so they themselves are ready individuals they're open to receiving truth and they are thinking about these things and they're they're conscious they're they're awake or awakening and I would suggest that that very dynamic skews the results toward the positive because they're probably reaching out to some people that they know and by definition since they know them they have influenced them in some ways in their life so I wouldn't say that this constitutes a totally random series of responses because again we're dealing with largely conscious individuals that are asking the questions okay and and collecting the the data by definition right there you have I would say results that are going to be slightly skewed toward the positive so I would probably say that this dynamic is worse in the world at large and probably more than 40 people are solipsistic and believe that truth cannot be known but it's about a 60/40 split which to me is incredibly disturbing already and it should be incredibly disturbing to anyone looking at these results that a full 40 percent of people believe that it is impossible to know anything it is impossible to know truth essentially knowledge cannot actually be acquired you can only have an opinion on something imagine that imagine it's it's amazing amazing moving on to the next slide slide number 12 in section 1 homework result 1 the next question question number 5 was on a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being the least and 10 being the most how important is the role of truth and knowledge in your life so we just had a bunch of people in the previous question say that truth is subjective and truth is unknowable and now we're asking them well how important do you think truth is and I think where most people are interpreting this is how important do you think being told the truth to you or being live versus being lied to to you is that you are receiving something that is true okay forty six point eight one percent of all total responses were a ten for this result ten out of ten the next putt most popular response was eight totaling twenty five point five three the next was nine totaling nineteen point one five then seven with four point two six and six with four point two six no one responded five or below the average if you average all of these out was nine out of ten that's how important truth is truth and knowledge are two people and personally I in general think that this is a bunch of BS and call on it okay because the previous two responses show the mental schism you had sixty percent of people saying truth was relative and forty percent saying it was unknowable and now you have a you know overwhelming percentage saying that it's actually important to them in their life I don't believe that for an instant I don't believe they care about truth at all first of all in the responses that they about what they valued in life truth only rated two percent of total responses so how could anybody say that it's truly valuable to them this was their response in the previous questions and again that's why I add we asked the question later on you could see how the questioning is constructed to get more honest answers okay so nine out of ten people say it's very important to them in their life the pie chart for this is on I'm sorry nine out of ten was the average response about how important it was to them in their life which again I don't really believe the pie chart for that was on slide number thirteen for this section how important is the role of truth and knowledge in your life and there's the breakdown of responses let's move to the next question slide number fourteen question number six choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a human beings have free will human beings have the ability to choose which actions they will or will not take human behavior is not predetermined human behavior is ultimately based upon freewill choice which is each individual's personal responsibility that set of statements a set of statements be human beings do not have free will human beings do not have the ability to choose which actions they will or will not take human behavior is predetermined the behavior of human beings is ultimately bound by conditions and factors which are beyond their control so therefore each individual cannot truly be held personally responsible for everything they do so this free will exist and our people responsible for their own behavior or does free will not exist and people are just like programmed and it's all predetermined and they're not responsible for what they do the responses eighty seven point two three percent of people said a human beings have free will and are responsible for their behavior ultimately twelve point seven seven percent said no we are pre-programmed every behavior is predetermined and we're not responsible for what we do the breakdown of this in a pie chart is given on slide number fifteen do human beings have free will over 87% saying yes and just under 13% saying no and I think that's an encouraging response I do think people are being honest that they do think people have free will because I think inherently people know that that's true we do have free will we do have the ability to choose which actions we will or will not take in the end ultimately everything else is a cop-out by people who just don't want the moral responsibility to choose right action over wrong action they want to try to advocate that responsibility in their life next slide slide number 16 question number 7 again choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking everything in a everything in life is chaotic and it's happening at random life in general was a cosmic accident and there does not seem to be any grand purpose or a meaningful reason for human existence or any existence really for that matter there's no purpose for anything be everything in life is preordained God is making everything happen and God knows exactly how it is all going to play out free will is an illusion because God is in total control of everything at all times and places see both randomness and structure exists in the universe simultaneously the Creator does not control every event within the creation we have been gifted with free will to choose our behaviors but when we act there are consequences to our actions which ultimately create the reality that we experience the people who said eh everything is chaotic and happening at random comprised 8.51 percent of responses the people who said be everything in life is preordained and God controls at all 10.6 four percent of total responses and see both randomness and and structure exist simultaneously so what we were getting at is are there such a thing as consequences to our behaviors yet there is also free will to choose our behaviors so there's that structure and randomness existing simultaneously and questions see 80.8 5% responded with see the overwhelming majority looking at this breakdown on a pie chart in slide number 17 is your worldview one of randomness determinism or a mixture of both that's essentially what we were asking there and you see the breakdown there about 10% each of approximately 20% either falling on the side of randomness which is a very left brain worldview or determinism which is a very right brain worldview with about 80% saying no they think it's a mixture of both and I think that this question is skewed by the way I worded it okay if we just gave him a chance between randomness and determinism they probably would have picked one or the other and not said it's something else if I didn't really elaborate on what that third position could be but having done that eight out of ten people chose that third position which i think is good because I think they inherently know that that's true and it resonates with them and that's why they answered that in the moment because I do think people do think we do have free will and I do think somewhere down the line inherently somewhere inside of them they instinctively know that there's such a thing as natural law operating and that there are consequences to our behavior even if they don't occur in the physical domain brought about by other human beings there are still consequences so I look at this one as a pretty positive result albeit skewed by the way I asked the question next slide number 18 number eight choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking beliefs a beliefs and opinions are very important when it comes to determining what is true or false beliefs and opinions also matter a great deal when it comes to determining what is happening in our world things can only really affect me if I believe they are real if I don't believe in something it can't really affect me in any way or have any negative impact upon my life my beliefs and opinions ultimately determine what I think is real or not set of statements B when it comes to what is true or false beliefs and opinions are pretty much meaningless truth can be recognized and discovered and it exists independently of human perceptions opinions or beliefs whether or not something in the world can affect my life does not depend upon my belief in it my beliefs and opinions do not determining what is actually happening or whether something is real or not the responses 34.0 four percent of people believe that beliefs and opinions are very important when it comes to determining what is true or not thirty-four percent think that their own beliefs have to do with whether or not something is true the people who said be formed 65 point nine six percent almost sixty-six percent this is broken down in a pie chart on slide number nineteen the question that we were really asking here worded differently is are your personal beliefs important when it comes to determining truth in other words are you the arbiter of truth and a full third of people believe that they are the arbiter of truth thirty-four percent of people choosing saying yes my beliefs ultimately determine whether something is real or not now people will say well hey it's good that more people are you know saying no that's not true almost two thirds but think about how disturbing this is one in three people believe that they get to make up what's true or not based on their belief system at any given time think about that one out of three people believe they can get to make up what's true based upon their belief system at any given time that's what we're really seeing here in this result if that doesn't disturb you I don't know what will next slide slide number twenty question number nine when encountering information that conflicts with something you currently believe to be true which statement below most closely describes your approach to that information a so what we're asking is you encounter information that's uncomfortable because it conflicts with your pre-existing belief how do you handle that a I usually think that information like that can't possibly be true so more likely than not I will not look into it for myself to see if there is anything to it and B or B I will usually check to find out if the information has merit or not after I look into it for myself if I determine it was true even if it conflicted with what I previously thought I will adjust my own views accordingly now this is one of the most skewed responses that we got overwhelmingly imbalanced response toward one answer or another the people who said hey they will not look at any uncomfortable information even if it when it conflicts with their pre-existing beliefs only formed about two percent two point one three percent as a matter of fact only one person admitted that would admit that giving response be that if they encounter information that's uncomfortable they'll look into it for themselves they'll determine whether it's true or not and then they will adjust their own perceptions their own views accordingly they will do the diligent research even in the face of the total discomfort that it causes them to look at their own existing belief system and say wow I was wrong about that and then they will admit that they were wrong and they will adjust their views accordingly ninety-eight percent of human beings said yes I will do that and do you know what what just let's look at this for a moment folks let's look at this being one of the most completely imbalanced responses that we got overwhelmingly people are convinced in their own mind that they will look at something that conflicts with their pre-existing belief ninety seven point eight seven percent so this is broken down in the pie chart on slide number twenty-one when encountering uncomfortable information that conflicts with something you currently believe do you dismiss it or do you look into it for yourself and there's the pie chart breakdown slide number twenty-one do you know what this represents ultimately this represents a whole lot of that's what it represents all I have to say is that these people are doing nothing but lying to themselves and I'm going to prove it we're going to prove this not to not just gonna make a ad hominem attack and speculate we proved this in the next homework assignment which is coming up okay and show that the dynamic is actually almost entirely reversed sadly but for now that's all say about that result and we'll revisit it a little bit later next slide slide number two three question number 10 choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a human nature is fundamentally bad people are born with many flaws and they generally stay that way throughout their lives it is pretty much impossible to change human beings nature that's just how it is be human nature is fundamentally good people come into the world in an unplugged condition people can make mistakes in their lives but deep down inside human beings are just good people by their nature see human nature is neither good nor bad the human condition can be influenced toward either the positive or negative based upon the quality of surroundings and life interactions in which human beings exist while an individual may influence positive change in their own condition if they work to improve themselves conditions are still more fundamental to the ways most human beings behave than any inherent qualities or characteristics that they may possess so we ask people which one of those sets of statements they most closely think like 4.25% said a that human nature is fundamentally bad and can't be changed twenty one point two eight percent said human nature is fundamentally good people are under and seventy four point four seven percent almost three out of four people said human nature is neither good nor bad the human condition is influenced based on surroundings life situations etc knowledge or lack of knowledge etc now while yes I agree with that result that three out of four people said that the way people behave is influenced by conditions okay that that's ultimately our nature that we are influenceable and programmable I agree with that what I do highly suggest is that this is another very skewed result based on how I asked the question how the question was worded more people will go with that third response instead of the first two dialectical responses when given a choice to take the third option even though that third option yes I do feel that it is true so again this is a good result but I think a skewed result nonetheless the pie chart is on slide number 24 is human nature good bad or simply influenced by the conditions in which the human being lives so is is it actually about nature or is it actually about nurture and three out of four people are saying it's about nurture which again I believe is true let's go to slide number twenty five question number 11 what is the first single word that comes to your mind when you hear the word occult occult and as predicted the number one response was evil or bad with comprising twenty one point two eight percent of the total responses evil bad darkness danger or negativity the next most popular response very interestingly and surprisingly was I have no idea what that word means I don't know what the word means I've never heard the word before now think about that for a minute seventeen percent of people who were asked what the word occult meant said they've never heard of the word an additional seventeen percent said that they feel that it is simply associated with a particular form of occult practice such as magic witchcraft voodoo or devil worship so those responses totalled 17% as well the fourth most popular response was the correct answer hidden to hide or secret kept secret with 10.6 4% of people actually getting the right answer about what the aquatic ultimi --nz non-related or nonsensical or just completely other wrong answers were one each totaling about two percent each with black brainwash Catholicism control deceive fringe Hollywood incorporeal religion scary science spirit world stars talismans truth or Wow a lot of those don't even make any sense but those were the other responses I broke this down this is the last slide slide number 26 in this section we have three more assignments to go through but in this section the last slide is slide number 26 what is the first single word that comes to your mind when you hear the word occult this is the breakdown on a pie chart with only about 10% of people knowing what the word occult means ninety percent of people do not know what that word even means and we think we're going to get out of this situation with nine out of ten people not even knowing what the word occult means let alone looking into it we're studying it in any form of a deep way for themselves good luck with that okay so let's move on to week number two of the homework results this is we're moving to the next section of slides slide number one is the title slide week two homework results slide number two is the directions for this week's homework in week number two I gave a homework assignment that people had to actually interact with another person and tried to convince them that they were wrong about something that they currently believed essentially so here's the actual instructions choose one person whom you feel is partially or completely uninformed regarding and even possibly resistant to discussing something that you consider critically important to understand during the times which we are living for example the false left-right paradigm the police state measures that are being taken against the public 9/11 truth issues the federal fraud of the Federal Reserve System you United States military imperialism poison in our food water drugs vaccines etc chemtrails eugenics etc any of these topics or anything else you know just something that you feel is very important to understand and you feel that this person is completely uninformed about and don't know about and need to know about and you want to pick somebody who you know that they're uninformed at order that they're even resistant to discussing these topics attempt to engage this individual in a conversation about the topic you've chosen bring any necessary documentation or evidence you wish to show them your specific aim and intent should be to help this person to understand why this is something that is important for them to know about engage the individual for at least 15 minutes pressing them even if they say they are not interested in the topic if their reaction is cold or unresponsive attempt to find out why they don't want to discuss the topic or why they are so resistant to hearing information which conflicts with what they already believe write an essay about your experience citing details about the mental and emotional dynamics experienced by both yourself and the person you chose to engage I specifically want to hear about what the other person said in response to the information you attempted to convey your perception of what the other person was feeling and most of all what you personally were feeling during this discussion do not use names including your own when describing the experience so this is a completely double anonymous thing I didn't want to know who was writing the essays I didn't want to know who they were interviewing all I was interested in is the dynamics the emotional and psychological dynamics involved in the in the inter action between these individuals okay so let's look at the results there were nine interviewees all together out of the people who actually did this assignment their ages were 21 30 38 40 50 55 60 368 and 74 for an average age of interviewees were the people who were actually approached to to discuss these topics with with by the students their average ages were 55 the average age we asked people to ask them for their professions if they wished to give it so we had a builder who was can and believe it or not it's very interesting the topics that they chose to can the people chose to confront certain individuals on uncertain topics so the Builder was confronted on 9/11 truth so he should know engineering skills and building you know factors and we'll look at the results but the the law student was approached about the police state measures that are happening the nurse was approached about health and how the modern so-called health system is not really helping people to generate health but instead largely hurting them through the form of medicine that they're practicing and the teacher was talked about so-called education which is indoctrination those were the four people that actually gave their professions so we had a builder a law student a nurse and a teacher involved in this interaction slide that was slide number three now slide number four shows the mental and emotional dynamics of the interviewees the people that are being actually asked to discuss these these things okay there and again many different topics were given and what we saw is that the dynamics that were expressed by the people who were confronted or you know were approached to have a conversation on these things were all either skewed toward left brain imbalance or right brain imbalance there was absolutely no centeredness or no blending of the hemispheres of the brain it was always at every time that they were responding the responses were always imbalanced toward one brain hemisphere or the other so let's look at this slide in depth and look at some of the mental and emotional dynamics that were taking place within the minds of the interview interviewees they were in the in the essays that the students wrote they described that these people contained that the these dynamics were going on in the people that they were quote interviewing or having a discussion with that they were emotionally disconnected and completely didn't care about the topic that was brought up they just wanted to be doing something else they didn't care it wasn't something that they were concerned with interested in it at all they were emotionally detached and disconnected and didn't care that's one of the dynamics that you saw throughout the essays they said that they had a lack of imagination or displayed completely inside the box thinking now not to suggest that they should be imagining things instead of try to discover the truth but they couldn't what they were saying is they couldn't imagine that the truth could be something other than the way that the official story that they had already accepted or the official paradigm that they had already accepted was they displayed complete closed mindedness denial they were in denial no matter how much evidence was given to them the evidence didn't matter they were unwilling to look at the evidence they were completely unwilling to look at the evidence if it was in contradiction to their pre-existing belief system or paradigm they did not want to hear it at all okay and this is completely the opposite of what they said in week number one it wasn't the same people but in general people said oh we're open-minded we're willing to learn new things even if it conflicts with what we already think and nothing could be further from the truth they were completely closed-minded and they were in complete denial and that they were they were unwilling to look at any of the evidence there was condescension and dismissal of the evidence even without looking into it at all total condescension total dismissal one of the quotes that was in one of the essays someone said if this were true I'd already know about it imagine that you think you already know everything you need to know that was the attitude I already know everything I need to know if this were true I'd already know about it imagine that they displayed annoyance anger and even sometimes rage at what the people were trying to tell them they kept repeating the same thing over and over as if repeating the lie would make it more true repeating something over and over and over again well this is what we were told this is what we were told it couldn't happen this way and in an example like 9/11 truth or this is what doctors say how things are you know it can't have anything to do with what you're saying it has to do with and in health care industry repetition just keep saying the same thing over and over again and that'll magically make it true they displayed ad hominem attacks over and over again they would not look at the evidence at the material all they would do is say you're crazy you're a conspiracy theorist ad hominem attacks attack the messenger try to say something nasty about the person who's trying to give the information but forget about engaging the information it doesn't matter what the information is you're not going to say I'm gonna refute this based on this evidence to the contrary and provide the evidence no you're just gonna say I think you're crazy an ad hominem attack someone even displayed bigotry when we're talking about what they were talking about 9/11 you know I disdain for Muslims and etc disdain for others who are not like them cell and then there was selfishness some people said well even if I admit that this is happening this doesn't concern me directly or I'm not going to try to even do anything about it unless it actually affects my own personal life situation in my own personal life whatever other in Justices are going on that's outside of myself and I'm not concerned with that until it happens to me someone actually said that in one of the essays selfishness and concern only for oneself and people repeatedly made justifications trying to say well this is okay because etc so forth offering justifications for wrongdoings and in justices that were happening constantly the right side of imbalance the right brain imbalanced mental and emotional dynamics that were written about in these essays after I broke down the essays and analyzed them are as follows people said that they felt that these people that they were trying to speak to and give information to were completely indoctrinated that they had just totally accepted what had been told to them through an indoctrination tactic and weren't interested in real learning that they were they weren't interested in actually going through an educational process which involved truth discovery methods they just were constantly just wanted to accept and receive whatever the quote experts are the officials or the official story pumped out okay they displayed continuous logical fallacies and inconsistencies in attempting to even refute the evidence that was being presented to them because again these people who were talking with them brought a lot of evidence to support their claims in trying to refute their claims it was all only based on opinions and logical fallacies they never attempted to refute the claim with any counter of information ever so only logical fallacies and inconsistencies were offered as refuge toward the persons the students evidence that they were providing when they made their claims okay another right-brain dynamic was naivete and blind belief or in other words total acceptance of the official information without any supporting evidence to back it up they just believed it like a religion again a hallmark of right brain imbalance naivete cognitive dissonance their pre-existing belief was conflicting with something that could be shown to them and demonstrated absolutely so their pre-existing belief conflicts with reality and overrides the reality they would rather choose to believe in something rather than to accept data or truth which was being shown evidentially with actual provided evidence they were constantly deferring to experts well that people on the news said this the government said this the doctor said this it didn't matter what could be shown to them to the contrary about those statements they would say well that's what the news said that's what the media said that's what the government said that's what the doctor said etc okay so deference to experts trust of the mainstream media was displayed over and over again one of the quotes by one of the interviewees why wouldn't I have heard about this on the news if this were true the news would be telling us this they actually still people still believe this they don't understand how the media is completely owned and controlled and co-opted and is being used for evil propaganda they don't get it most people still don't get it folks please do not think you're in the majority the people who understand what's going on in this world there's a lot of work to do to bring a whole lot of people over to the side of the truth and we have to get busy doing it so more right-brain forms of embed trust of government not only did they trust the mainstream media by saying why wouldn't they have told us about all this on the news they trust the government why would the government lie to us they're about our best interest they're about helping people they're about providing for us they're about defending us why would they be lying to us about this or that why wouldn't the government be telling us the truth this is where people's mindset is at ladies and gentlemen they still trust the government and finally people wrote that the interviewees express total lack of will to understand lack of will complete disempowerment no desire to want to know no desire to want to change people the older people would say I'm too old to change when people were presented with different things you could do to take charge of your health and give up the unhealthy ways of eating they would say that's too difficult to do I can't do that I don't have the will to do that and then many people would say well even if this is true what can I do about it and we've all heard the same thing from people what can I do I'm powerless I have no power to effect change what can I do about it all and these are all getting hallmarks of right-brain imbalance no will so we had that schism the mind control schism total left brain imbalance I know it all you know I'm going to attack the messenger this can't possibly be true or I would already know about it I don't need to look at the evidence I already know left brain imbalance right brain imbalance I can't do this I can't change other people know better than me what can I do you know why would I why would people who say that they have my best interest be lying to me or trying to control me okay those were the dynamics of all the almost all of the people as we will see who were interviewed or who were attempt confronted with this information or who are tempted to have a conversation with about particular topic that made them feel uncomfortable so slide number five shows the mental and emotional dynamics of the actual students of the seminar the interviewers those who were were coming to these people with the topic the natural law seminar students I wrote underneath their NLS students or interviewers and this is what they felt in their own essays according to their own words they felt frustration disappointment dejection disheartened meant anger annoyance futility rejection isolation and sorrow they felt like the guy in this image here with all the people around him asleep and he's sitting there awake but totally dejected with his head in his hands unable to believe that all these other people are completely asleep all around him and this is what the natural some natural law seminar students who were the interviewers in this process felt like this is the these are the emotional dynamics that they wrote down about what they were feeling during this process and I totally sympathize with us I totally understand I'm not putting this slide up there to continuously re-emphasize these feelings only to make people aware this is what most people feel when they are attempting to do this work and again this is a small demonstration of what the great work really is attempting to influence people to take the truth in for themselves and go through a process of truth discovery in their own life that's what the great work is okay and this is how doing it makes one feel at first and often continuously I'm not even saying that completely goes away you have to fight through it you have to will yourself through this through all of these feelings to continuously do that work and that's not easy it's not easy to do you have to master yourself you have to be able to take the reins over your emotions so that you will keep doing the great work of putting the truth out into the world so it cannot be ignored most people will do this work for five minutes and give up I try to tell people to push at least for 15 minutes to the point where I said back off if they you know get so aggravated that you think it's gonna come to any kind of blows or violence you know that's not what we were looking for we're not looking to have somebody end up in the hospital we're looking to try to explain to people this is something you need to know about and I'm concerned that you don't know about it and I'm gonna try to help you to understand it and you're not correct about your current position on it and that's a problem because it affects other people not just yourself okay so if these dynamics are what people are feeling the key thing to keep in mind here is you have to just be aware this is part of this work this is why people don't want to do the great work this is par for the course it's not an unexpected result I expect very much expected this exact result because I know how this goes I've been doing it for a long time and I'm still doing it and I'm gonna continue to do it and nothing's gonna set me off of that path because again while the ego based small s self may feel some of these emotions from time to time when doing this work I'm not self-serving the ego based small s self nor am I even serving the people that I'm taking this information to I am serving the truth that's all it's the way things are there's nothing emotional to get involved with regarding it it's what is the work has to be done almost in a state of emotional detachment I'm not doing it because I truly care about the people who I'm bringing the information to they could be complete strangers and I might not really deeply care about them as far as their personal lives go especially even about how deep in denial that they are and how they hate truth when it's spoken to them I'm not doing this because I care so much about them I'm doing this because I care so much about the truth that's what I serve I don't serve human beings I've made that very very clear in the past and just reiterating it here so these are feelings that you're going to encounter they have to be worked through they have to be willed through I'm not saying don't feel them emotions are very important even these negative ones it's showing you what your work is to do that's what self mastery is about it's about conquering and moving through even when you're feeling these negative emotions they're there for a reason they're showing you what your work is you got to move through them and do the work anyway that's what you're charged here to do and if enough people take on that charge and do it we'll see actual results we will see results start to move in the positive direction in the world the problem is not enough people are doing that work because they can't get past this stage they don't want to experience those emotions they don't to experience those feelings again courage is not the lack of fear of something it's moving through it in spite of the fear of it and that's what sets so many people off from the great work they don't want to feel like this they think if I do this like you're doing I'll feel like this all the time and I'm not gonna tell you I don't feel like this sometimes not all the time but sometimes I fall back into these feelings and guess what it doesn't matter I work through it trudged through it if you have to I don't let that that rule me I'm still gonna do the work I'm still gonna put the truth out there so that was the point of this entire exercise and if we look at the results of the exercise on the next slide slide number 6 in this section the overall mental and emotional dynamics were that 8 out of 9 of the interviewees were completely closed-minded they were firmly rooted in their pre-existing belief systems to the point that they readily dismissed the information with minimal or zero willingness to look into the evidence readily dismiss the topics that were presented to them with minimal or zero willingness to look into the evidence or to even try something different than what they were already doing they would look at the evidence they wouldn't open their minds to a possibility of doing something a different way at all completely closed-minded and the slide here I put seems contradictory because it's a wide open head but you know the whole idea here is that closed mindedness leads to empty headedness these people don't really know how to think they don't know how to determine truth to determine truth from falsehood they just readily accept anything that's told to them by the so called authority figures that's why they're in the trance that they're in there's nobody home and not only is there nobody home they think they know this is what I've called negative knowledge not meaning negative in good or bad sense meaning negative in the less than zero sense less than zero knowledge they have not only don't they have any real knowledge they have no truth that they've taken in they in the place of truth they fed a whole bunch of lies so to to get back to square one where they know zero you'd have to do a lot of emptying of all those lies out out of out of the head to get back to us clean slate where you could start putting it in with good putting good information into the brain negative knowledge the total percentage here is eighty eight point eight nine percent almost 90% of people displayed total close-mindedness in this experiment in the next slide now I don't make this I don't make these numbers up folks they are what they are okay so again we're gonna see a little bit of synchronicity here symbolism eleven point eleven percent of people were open-minded eleven eleven for those people who are into the whole eleven eleven phenomenon which I most certainly am and during my awakening process I must have seen eleven eleven millions of times not thousands not hundreds not thousands probably millions of times it's unbelievable how much this number comes up during a personal awakening process I would say that that's what it is it is a call to awakening you know I very briefly I think talked about it in in the past but amazingly eleven point eleven percent of people displayed open-mindedness that was one individual one interviewee was open-minded enough to look at the evidence that was shown to him they conflicted with what he already believed and he wanted to hear about why the why the reasons the causal factors and he expressed to the person who brought the information to him gratefulness for having had that conversation with him one person out of all who were quote interviewed so imagine that one person out of those nine was open-minded at all and we saw over all that really that means that moving on to slide number eight that there were really only there was only one conversation that took place all of the other things were confrontations until you get to a point where there's some sort of a mutual exchange of ideas okay and there's a flow going back and forth instead of one person attending to give information and hitting a wall okay and there is absolutely no flow of information there is no respect back and forth it is just a one-way thing that's a confrontation it's not a conversation and again to converse means to change together you're both learning something in the process not to say that there's nothing to be learned from those confrontations because you could have planted a seed in that confrontation that might spring at a later date I won't use names here but I'll just give a little anecdote about something that could be considered initially confrontation but then eventually blooms later on a friend of ours came to the freer mine conference and didn't know much about any of the topics this person got so scared by some of the things that were discussed at the freer mind - conference that they left took off middle of the conference - said I'm not I'm taking off not coming back went drinking recent events in this individuals life and again that you would sell well that's closed-minded or it's so fearful that there's no room for growth here but that's not the case because what they heard during that day was a seed and it eventually sprouted because we've just recently learned that this individual is going through some hardship in their life and as a result of that it's given them a little bit of time to rethink some things and they revisited mentally the conference and what they heard and in having some conversations with some other people during the downtime that they were having for family personal reasons which I won't get into they looked back at that what they heard at the conference and suddenly it all made sense to them and this person wrote and said I've had an epiphany and I understand what your conference was about now I get it I didn't see it before but I understand and I understand what you're trying to do so it that's amazing it's it's it's just that's phenomenal that that fact it's proof that it's not futile to keep pressing it's not resistance is not futile even confrontation is not futile putting the work forward putting the information out into the world and continuing to do that work of speaking the truth is not futile the seeds can sprout at a later time so move through those negative emotions and keep doing it that's what this whole section was about and it became about because I disagree with the hermetic approach we looked at some of the hermetic principles the principles of natural law has put forward by her medicine the ancient past and many have talked about don't try to give this information to the uninitiated to the quote swine you know in theosophy this is also put forward you know Blavatsky what told people never try to give people the truth because they'll only hate you for it I I disagree with those takes not to say I disagree with all the philosophies of these people that we're talking about her medicine Theosophists etc I agree with that I disagree with that particular aspect that we're not here to put the truth out for everyone no one has a monopoly on the truth it doesn't belong to anyone it doesn't belong to me it doesn't belong to you it doesn't belong to anyone belongs to all it belongs to everyone so who are you to say I'm gonna hold this back from people and again that's why I'm gonna start going into topics that are very controversial and are very speculative as well in many cases because people need to start thinking about these things eetu even have it put out there for their consideration whether they accept that or not you don't need to accept it you need to hear it and then look into it and decide is this worthy of further pursuit so we're going to get into human origins on this show we're going to get into possible interactions with extraterrestrial beings on this show we're going to get into why psychopathy may exist in the human species and what put it there we're going to get into why the human condition is the way that it is possible reasons why there it is the way that it is outside of just mind control that keeps it the way that it is what put it there to begin with the origins of evil the origins of this condition of unconsciousness that humanity is in the origins of slavery the origins of obsession with things that don't really have any truly inherent intrinsic value money gold etc we'll be looking at all this stuff on future shows so what this a result in week two ultimately comes down to is moving on to slide number nine now how open-minded are people really versus how open-minded they think they are so last week in weak ones results which I call on we looked at how open-minded people believe that they are when we ask them the question when encountering uncomfortable information that conflicts with something that you currently believe do you dismiss it or do you look into it for yourself only two percent said that they would dismiss it and 98 said that they would look into it in week number two homework result we see that the dynamic is almost completely reversed on slide number ten we see the truth now come out when we actually did this as an experiment almost 90% of people dismissed the information out of hand and only about ten looked into it for themselves the actual numbers eighty eight point eight nine percent completely dismissed the information without looking into it total closed mindedness and eleven point 11 percent of people actually would look into it they would open their mind enough to say wow this is something I need to look into I could be wrong about this and thank you for presenting this information to me now I'm gonna look into it on my own one person out of nine so this proves my contention that the earlier claims made by people that 98% of them would look into it and see if it was true and then adjust their beliefs accordingly is in fact and this proved it and again I'm not doing this to discourage anybody I'm doing it to show people what our work is to do that's what the work is this showed the class this in a big way and I think they were very appreciative of it very very interesting and profound results let's move on to week number three week number three s homework assignment was again asked people questions and tabulate the results same as week one so here were the questions slide number one is just the title slide for week 3 homework results let's move to slide number two on the section for week three question number one do human beings have rights eighty seven point nine three percent of people said yes human beings have inherent natural rights amazingly and people would say oh that's great almost eighty eight percent said yes but amazingly twelve point zero seven percent 12 percent of people think there is no such thing as human rights human rights don't exist human beings don't have rights there's no such thing as rights folks twelve percent that's more than ten percent that's more than one out of ten people twelve out of a hundred people believe that there is no such thing as rights that rights don't exist for human beings we don't have rights you can look at this pie chart on slide number two here and say oh that's a great positive result but I don't look at it like that this should be a hundred percent how could anybody think that there's no such thing as rights no such thing as human rights people can do whatever they want you're never violating anybody else's rights because there's no such thing that's what this result is saying 12% of people think like that that's unbelievable unimaginably disturbing slide number three question number two where do human beings rights come from so if human beings do have rights where do they come from a here's the choices a our rights come from the creator of the universe and as such they are the unalienable birthright of every human being choice B rights are philosophical constructs created by human beings so ultimately they come from human beings themself choice numbers see rights are granted to human beings by government depending upon the country in which a human being is born choice number D there is no such thing rights do not exist and here's the results number one response was B the number one response was B rights are philosophical constructs created by human beings so ultimately rights come from human beings themselves forty-three percent forty three point one percent of people believe that rights are made up by humans I'll say that once again forty-three percent of human beings believe that we make up what a right is and we want to know why we're enslaved thirty one percent said a that rights come from creation itself the creator of the universe the creative force and as such they are on alienable birth rights that cannot be separated from human beings less than a third of people however the third most popular response was see rights are granted to human beings by government depending upon the country in which a human being is born you ready for this folks twenty four point one four percent almost one in four people think that rights are created and granted by government to people in the countries in which they reside in the countries in which the government rules over your rights come from your owners they get to tell you what rights you have and what rights you don't have one in four people believe this the last response was D there is no such thing with about 1.7 2% of people saying that the pie chart for this result is on slide number four where two human beings rights come from now look at the result here folks if we say let's just look at come combine the results of does it come from people do rights come from people or are they inherent to the universe do they come from creation and that we are already have them inherently and they can never be changed or taken away from us less than one-third less than one out of three people believe that rights are inherent to creation and that they come from the creator of the universe over two thirds of people over two thirds almost 70 percent 69 percent of human beings think about this almost 7 out of 10 people believe that rights come from people whether it's just individuals themselves or by governments 1 in 4 believe rights are made up by government 7 out of 10 believe human beings make up the difference between right and wrong and therefore create rights and get to determine what rights are and what rights are not instead of discovering that based on the objective knowledge of the objective difference between right and wrong which exist in nature unbelievable profoundly sad but also profoundly enlightening because this is the why folks that you're getting the why here this is what's going on in people's minds that's creating the external condition in which you are living so this is the why until this changes the external world cannot until these mental dynamics change the external world cannot change understand that and then understand what your work is to do our work is to change this mental dynamic by bringing these very topics up to people and showing them somehow showing them through constant work to constant effort that they are wrong about how they currently think and that is why the world is enslaved that is why the people of this planet are enslaved because of the very way that most people think and this is one of the clearest examples that people believe that rights come from people unbelievable let's move on to the next slide slide number five chu question number three choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a right and wrong or objective they exist independently from human perception right and wrong are not simply concepts made up by human beings they exist inherently in nature right and wrong never change regardless of circumstances they are existent and inherent to nature they are what they are men can discover what is right men can discover what is wrong and they can't change that that's a ok be right and wrong are concepts created by human beings right and wrong are are dependent upon human perception right and wrong can change depending upon the circumstances and I would say really in Intel then this question is you're insinuating right and wrong can change depending upon human perception changing if human perception changes we can change what right and wrong are we could turn a wrong into a right a right into a wrong if our perception changes it's not something that's independent from perception it's entirely dependent upon human perception so that's what we're saying our right and wrong dependent upon human perception so in other words are they subjective or they not dependent upon human perception or the objective the responses the most popular response was be sixty seven point two four percent people believe right and wrong are concepts that are created by human beings and therefore are subjective and can change on a whim once perception changes if human perception changes we can change what right and wrong are over two thirds of human beings believe that response a only received thirty two point seven six percent and this is depicted in the pie chart on slide number six our right and wrong objective and therefore their absolute they are what they are and they can't be changed or our right and wrong subjective and therefore relative they can change on a whim depending on human perception 67 percent of people believe that right and wrong are changeable and are subjective and are dependent upon human perception and therefore relative over sixty seven percent 67 point two four percent thirty two point seven six said that they are objective they are absolute and they are inherent in nature two out of three people are moral relativists and again according to the law of freedom which we talked a lot about in this seminar which states that freedom is proportional to morality therefore you have to have the knowledge about what the objective difference between right and wrong are and then the will to choose the right action over the wrong action and then you can be free you cannot do that in a society that embraces moral relativism because that states right and wrong or whatever we get to say whatever we say they are we get to make it up based on our perception it's not something that needs to be discovered and then aligned with so we could just choose it on a whim and change it on a whim and two thirds of people believe that and that's why they're in a cage that's why they're in a prison because there can be no freedom in a society of people that embrace moral relativism cannot happen can not happen not only won't it ever happen it's impossible it cannot be done according to the laws of nature can't happen yet this is where our society is and we expect to be free well good luck it's never gonna happen as long as that mental dynamic does not change and I would say not only is it not changing it's growing worse rapidly we're at two-thirds of people over two-thirds over two-thirds and growing and again I would suggest these are positively skewed results based on who's asking the questions over two-thirds of people are moral relativists ladies and gentlemen a society cannot be free as long as that is the mental dynamic operating in that society it's impossible our work needs to be to change that dynamic unless we change that dynamic don't expect freedom to break out anytime soon next slide slide number seven on a scale of one to ten this is question four on a scale of one to ten with one being the least and ten being the most how important is the role of morality in your life so here again we're going to see more mental schism we're asking people how much is moral behavior important in your life number one response ten out of ten well two-thirds of people just said that they're moral relativists we could get to make up what right and wrong are and now all of a sudden morality is hugely important to them I'm a moral relativist but morality is very important to me it doesn't even make sense in other words what they believe is right and wrong is important to them I guess is what they're saying thirty-nine almost forty percent of people said ten out of ten thirty nine point six six percent thirty two point seven six percent David an eight out of ten eighteen point nine six percent gave it nine out of ten five point one seven gave it a five out of ten and three point four five gave it a 7 out of 10 there were no sixes and there were no four and below responses the average response came out to an eight point eight out of ten people believe that morality in their life is about an eight point eight of importance which again I think is because I don't think people really consider morality is very important at all truly if they're being honest with themselves because most people are moral relativists so if six out of ten say they're moral relativists I don't see how this answer could possibly really be above a five a four or a five if I had to make a guesstimate which means that it's people could take it or leave it they really don't care about what's right maybe it if it affects them then they're interested but injustice is taking place in the world who cares doesn't matter right and wrong whether people are choosing them not that important that's how people really think but they'll say see this is the difference between what people will say and how they really think which we saw in the first homework assignment they'll say that they're open-minded but are they really no they're lying they're lying to themselves most of all and they're straight-faced lying to another human being because they want to believe that about themselves but they're full of just saying it like it is folks sorry if you don't like the way I said it but that's what's true they're just lying to themselves let's move to slide number eight slide number eight is the pie chart about this how important is morality there you see the breakdown I call BS on this too I don't really think these people are honest you know the top three numbers comprises almost 90 percent of the chart if this were true humanity would be a free species not an enslaved one I would suggest that this is a completely erroneous result based on lying next slide slide number nine question number five choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a karma exists and has an effect upon our lives we reap what we sow that which we do to others we will eventually experience being done to ourselves in some form regardless of whether or not that experience is brought about by other human beings be karma is nonsense people can act without any karmic consequences quote unquote the only behavioral consequences we ever experience occur if and when we are caught and punished by other human beings amazingly eighty four point four eight of people say karma exists and is operating in our lives only fifteen point five two percent say no there's no such thing as Karma slide number ten we go to the pie chart that shows this breakdown does karma exist and have an effect upon our lives over 84 percent say yes now I do believe these people actually believe this I believe this is an accurate response but what I'm totally befuddled and confused about is where do people think karmic consequence comes from what puts it into effect in creation if rights don't come from the creator of the universe and most people are saying rights come from man karma which they're admitting doesn't come from man that's right in the question that karmic consequences are coming from other human beings otherwise they would have chosen B and say no there's no such thing as Karma you can only be punished by other human beings based on what your behavioral choices I want to know where these people think that karma comes from these people who are moral relativists most of them where do they imagine this comes from or what puts it into effect this law of karma so again I think instinctively intuitively people do believe you're not getting away with anything you do here that's wrong they know this on an intuitive level on a soul level you know and when when they're asked there they seem to be honest about this answer and say yeah I think karma exists and many of these people are the same people that think there's no such thing as a difference between right and wrong that exists in creation and don't think that rights come from the creator of the universe again I want to know where in the hell do you think karma comes from then so while it's an encouraging result at least that they believe it exists you know it or think that they know that it exists where does it come from of course karma exists is called natural law and it's it comes from the creator of the universe the same place rights come from it's the governing dynamic that's ultimately governing our choices of behavior we have a free will to act but we don't have a free will to act without consequence and karmic law or moral law or natural law gives us the result of what we've chosen through our behaviors in our lives next slide slide number 11 conscience this is question number 6 conscience is a form of a thought be emotion see action or D knowledge so what is conscience is it thought emotion action or knowledge so is conscience and expression of consciousness meaning is it thought emotion or action the three expressions of consciousness or is it something other than that is it knowledge the correct answer to this question is conscience is knowledge it means common sense common knowledge con science to know together science comes from the Latin verbs quiere which means to know or to understand it is common knowledge con means together or with common together to know to know together common knowledge the exercise of conscience is a form of action and this is what people don't understand the very very very important non-trivial difference between people will say oh that's just a triviality uh you know you're nitpicking no I'm not it's very important this distinction conscience and its exercise are not the same thing conscience is knowledge which is knowable discoverable it is able to be understood and held in the human mind it is able to be received on the part of human beings it is knowledge which is capable of being known and received then when it is acted upon it converted into action and if you choose the right action over the wrong action based on our knowledge or conscience the different of the difference between right and wrong the knowledge of the objective difference between right and wrong is what conscience is if we choose the right action over the wrong action that's when we are developing wisdom so the knowledge itself conscience itself is a body of knowledge action based upon it is the exercise of conscience or lack thereof so here's the responses 51% think it's a form of thought that it only happens in the mind and it's a mental abstraction it's a mental process as thought is and conscience is not just a mental process it is knowledge is more than that there it is based upon a truth it is something that is inherent in creation because right and wrong are inherent in creation and based upon what is true what is real that which is reality 51% 51.7 to think it's thought twenty-five point eight six percent think it's a form of emotion fifteen point five 2% gave the correct response and said that it was knowledge and six point nine percent believe that it is action so this has proof people aren't confusing conscience with action the least amount thought that the exercise of conscience is action but most people think it's simply a form of thought and it is more than that it is knowledge so I think we need to do better work to clear that up for people and get people to understand that and in a much more in a way that involves much more clarity next slide slide number twelve what is the worst thing that can be done to a human being in their lifetime and I asked this for specific reason I knew most people were going to say to be killed or to be murdered but I wanted to see how many people thought that slavery is even worse than murder is the worst thing that could happen as I think slavery is the worst thing that could happen in a human being in their lifetime I think I would much rather die than continuously have to live as a slave or even being held as a slave which again is why I do what I do I want to exist in all forms of freedom I'm in mental and spiritual and mental freedom already I have two out of the three I'm still being held under duress and physical in a physical form of slavery whether people acknowledge that or not or want to believe that want to acknowledge it it's true and so is everyone else on this planet the two out of three aren't good enough as I've said many many many times all three need to be and are going to be present because this slavery system is coming down one way or another one way or another whether it gets done in consciousness or whether it gets done physically it's coming down one way or another and there's nothing anybody can do to stop that bet on it bet your ass on it okay so but my point here is I want to see how many people think that slavery that murder is even worse than slavery that's what I was looking for here in posing this question so here's the results on slide 12 murder of course coming in number one with 27 point 27 percent rape being second with fourteen point five five percent imprisonment with 9.09% betrayal coming in ahead of slavery or tied with slavery I should say with seven point two seven percent then slavery with an equal seven point two seven percent to just personal betrayal being lied to and deceived I mean you could put early put that together with betrayal I could have really put this together with me trial because it's essentially the same thing but just generally keeping it with you know being deceived or lied to five point five percent if you put that together with betrayal it could come to over thirty almost 13 percent which would put it ahead of slavery torture five point four five percent I halation 3.6 4% and then with 1.8 2% each disrespect homelessness illness injury injustice limitation loss love suicide tragedy in war so he said the worst thing that can happen in life is love you got to be kidding me I mean that's obviously a psychopath responding I do believe we had at least one psychopath being posed these questions whether they are a primary or a secondary psychopath some of the answers that some people gave in particularly I think it was week number week number four was totally indicative of a psychopath and I think maybe this might be the same person although I can't be sure of that because it was all done anonymously but uh somebody who's saying love is the worst thing that can happen to somebody in their lifetime is a seriously screwed-up individual and they need a lot of help they need a lot of mental help okay because love is the best thing that can happen to an individual in their lifetime you know and love is actually opening up one's consciousness true love capital L love is opening up it's it's not even emotional attachment to another human being as many people think that it is it true love is opening up one's consciousness to the reception of truth that's what the energy of love really is when you could do that then you can truly have a dynamic interchange with other fellow human beings and really express love that's the best thing that could ever happen to a human being I know it's the best thing that's ever happened to me in my lifetime is to experience that form of consciousness that energy so and and that's what makes good interpersonal relationships possible at all when we've opened up our mind in our heart in that way so how anybody could say love is the worst thing that could happen to somebody in their lifetime they're really psychopathic just an interesting dynamic they're at the bottom of that chart moving on the slide 13 here's these responses broken down in a pie chart for question number seven let's move on to slide number fourteen in this section question number eight choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a taxation is a function of government that is both both necessary and moral so in these next few questions we're talking about different functions of government and are they moral behaviors that people carry out to do these things or are they immoral a taxation is a function of government that is both necessary and moral many humanitarian things are done with collected taxes the quality of human life would suffer greatly if taxes were not collected so taxation should and must be continued be taxation is based upon the coercion of a human beings free will all forms of taxation are actually the theft of the product of someone's labor by those who did not earn or create those resources themselves people pay taxes involuntarily meaning under duress because any attempt not to pay them is met with violence or the threat of violence taxation is therefore completely immoral and should not be conducted at all okay here's the responses for fifty three point four five percent of response respondents say taxation is moral a it's moral it's necessary it must be continued forty six point five five percent said no it's immoral it's based in violence and it should not be practiced that should not be continued at all in any form fairly good result I would like to see it a lot more skewed toward saying no we we need to do away with this it's not moral so slide number fifteen shows the pie chart breakdown we're still not nearly where we need to be we're not even at half and half more people still think taxation is a moral activity but almost half think it's immoral so hopefully this is moving toward the direction of more green on this chart of more people saying that it's immoral I personally think it is moving more in that direction but we have a lot more work to do in that regard of course taxation is immoral that's the correct answer it's based in violence it's slavery it's a form of slavery it's a vehicle for slavery moving on question number slide number 16 question number 9 choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a drug laws are sensible necessary and moral certain substances are off-limits for human consumption for a good reason if we made all drugs legal people would go crazy taking tons of drugs and society would fall apart in short order therefore laws prohibiting the possession and usage of illegal drugs should and must stay in effect be all drug laws are claims that what a person puts into their own body is not their decision to make this ultimately constitutes a claim that a person's body is not theirs to do as they choose with it even if they are hurting no one else as a result such a claim of ownership upon another person's body constitutes a form of slavery therefore all drug laws are based upon the coercion of freewill choice and are ultimately immoral the responses forty six point five five percent said drug laws are necessary and moral and must continue fifty three point four five percent said no that they are form of slavery they are coercion of free will they are a claim of ownership on another person's body and therefore they are immoral moving on the slide number seventeen this is the pie chart breakdown our drug laws moral or are they amoral and again we have the exact opposite dynamic from taxation with only forty six percent less than half thinking that drug laws are moral with over half fifty three point four five that it should be up to an individual what they put up into they're put into their body because their body belongs to them and making the claim that they may or may not put something into their body constitutes a form of slavery this is another good result I think it needs to be better but I think I do also think it's moving in the positive direction I think more and more people are realizing that the war on drugs is a complete utter farce and failure and it is immoral that it is a form of slavery and it needs to be ended so I personally see that as a good result and I think those numbers you know perhaps might be skewed a little toward the positive based on the group but I think society in general is right about where these numbers are at slide number 18 question number 10 choose the set of statement to its most which most closely resembles your own thinking drive a driver's licenses are necessary and moral driving a car is not a right it is a privilege granted to people by the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Department of Transportation if people drove cars without driver's licenses there will be total chaos on the roads be traveling upon the earth whether on foot horseback boat car or any other means is a human right and it is not a privilege licenses are another way of saying that you need permission from someone before you may do the action that is being licensed a certain group of people cannot claim that they are in charge of who may or may not take an action which is a right meaning an action that doesn't harm anybody else driver's land not with the potential to harm anybody else okay of course driving car might have the potential to harm somebody else but actually driving it doesn't mean you're harming somebody else okay just like owning a gun is the potential to harm somebody else but what the actual ownership doesn't mean that you're harming somebody else it's what you actually do with it so driver's licenses continuing with statement B driver's licenses are ultim a form of coercion and extortion forcing people to beg permission and pay money to be allowed to exercise a right and they are therefore immoral the breakdown seventy two point four one percent of people believe that driver's licenses are necessary and moral and that government has a right to decree who may drive and who may not drive and driving as a privilege they don't believe that actual travel in a car okay whether you I'm not talking about driving as a commercial activity which the legal term driving I'm talking about traveling in a car operating a car which is someone your possession and driving it okay regardless of how the legal system sees that term okay 72% of people think that driver's licensing is a moral practice and only twenty seven point five nine percent think that it's immoral I see this is a very bad result because people fall for licensure all the time and think that it's somehow acceptable that somebody's got to be in charge of who's able to do this activity or not able to do that this activity even if it doesn't harm anybody else okay so our driver's license is moral or immoral moving to slide 19 this is the pie chart breakdown just under twenty eight percent say immoral and seventy two point four one percent saying that it is moral this is not good is I don't think this is even going in the right direction I think it's probably going backwards because people fall for this whole licensure nonsense and give their rights away because they make it sound so reasonable that they have to license things that keep everybody safe it's this idea that you'll somehow be kept safe the more things are made illegal which is what licensing is you're making it illegal and then you have to beg permission from the state to engage in that activity at all when it is actually a right and not a privilege you're turning a right into a privilege so let's move on to the next slide slide number twenty which is a question number eleven is the first single word that comes to your mind when you hear the word sovereign now what the word sovereign actually means is that we've gone over many times in the past here on this show is not a slave the word sovereign means not a slave that is the definition okay it comes from the Latin super which means above okay or not under and then regnum which means rulership or controlled by another so if you are not under rulership or control or another you are not their subject you are not their slave that's what sovereign means so the response is twenty point six nine percent said ruler that sovereign means rule and it does the classical definition of sovereign is a ruler because a sovereign means one who is not under the rulership of another so the ruler isn't under his own rulership he rules above everybody else that's the classical definition that's where the word comes from not under ruled by another a king is a ruler because he's not owned by a ruled by anybody else he rules everybody else okay that's what each individual actually is though in reality they are a ruler of themselves and no one else that's what a sovereign really is not one who rules over others one who is not ruled by any others okay a the second response was fifth at fifteen point five two percent a government they believe that governments or nations are the sovereigns okay not the individual okay they believe that it is the government that is sovereign good that the response was government was the second response a king is the sovereign and a government is the sovereign and this is exactly proves the human condition of the belief in authority it used to be vested in one person now this con this erroneous notion of authority is vested in a government and they're claiming that they're the only sovereigns when in fact everyone is a sovereign and no one is actually a slave in reality the actual correct answer of free meaning not a slave under self-rule under self-governance was only about 10% 10.35 percent that was the next popular response next most popular response didn't know what the word meant or had never heard of the word sovereign never heard the word spoken never saw it written duck doesn't know what it means equal with the correct answer 10.35 percent people who think it means power authority or control over others which is the exact opposite of what it means not being ruled by anybody else said the eight point six two percent said that people who said it simply means independence which I didn't group in with free it probably could be grouped in with free and then you would bump that up to you know a nice percentage it would put it in at probably to the top percentage but I don't really see independence not know dependency on someone else as necessarily meaning truly free free means are not ruled by anybody else there can be dependence on something and the person not necessarily be your owner they could be helping you you could have interdependence I don't necessarily see someone relying on somebody else for help as necessarily being owned by them now that can turn into that situation for sure but dependence is not necessarily slavery I'm not saying dependence is a good thing to be in saying you should scribe to be completely independent but again I don't I also don't feel any man isn't total island unto himself as long as you're living in a society there is gonna need to be societal interaction and nobody can have every single thing independently that they that they necessarily need on their own many people strive to do this and I'm not saying there's anything wrong with trying to do that but I don't really think that's what needs to happen for people to be able to exist peace fully under natural law we can have interdependency and still be free okay somebody else can I don't necessarily have to be a farmer and a farmer doesn't necessarily know how to how to fix a computer okay I could know how to fix a computer and make an interaction with a farmer who grows food and we can have an exchange okay or we can have a barter or we could just say I'll do this anyway just to you know and have a gift economy I'll give this to you you give this to me whatever giving sharing I know it's an alien concept to the vast majority of human beings out there I'm just one of those crazy people that believes we can actually share and not every single person needs to know every single thing how to do every single thing and take up their whole lives with you know having to do every aspect of life for themselves you know I don't think I need to necessarily learn everything there is to learn about electric circuit boards or plumbing or crocheting or whatever else you want to know I think that's what makes life interesting is that there's diversity and different people know different things what we all have to come together on is common sense the difference between right and wrong conscience that's the knowledge everybody needs to have as a baseline then once we start actually exercising conscience and choosing the right over the wrong then anything's possible and we won't we will we will truly be an independent society in a free society okay so I'm going to leave that down there at eight point six two percent independent people said Bank that that's the first word that comes to the mind when they hear sovereign probably because they're a member of sovereign bank a popular bank chain in America unbelievable almost seven percent six point nine percent said that rounding out the results of responses to what the sovereign mean one word that it means when you hear it at one point seven percent each one point seven two percent each absolute alone chaos God Illuminati leadership money Saviour and stability very interesting response there I think that's that psychopath that I'm talking about because in other words what he's saying is it's that there can ever be sovereignty yeah well it can't happen it will never happen it's an illusory dream and it's nonsense and I think that person is probably the same person who said that love is the worst thing that can happen to a human being this is a psychopath or this is what I would call the perfect Gollum the perfect Gollum the person who has been completely destroyed in spirit their spirit is completely devastated and they're not coming back from that condition they are the perfect golem just an interesting response there that I felt I should comment on slide number 21 is a question the pie chart for this question number 11 about what do people think sovereign means and there you see the breakdown with only about 10% of people actually knowing what the word really does mean that it means free or not a slave that's what the word sovereign means a sovereign is a free person a sovereign is a free human being a sovereign is someone who is not a slave that is what the word means no one can ever change that definition because that is what that word means it is the actual definition of the word and only about 1 in 10 people know that which is sad 9 out of 10 human beings don't know that they are sovereign that that that what sovereignty even means and therefore that they are it that it is them that it is everyone that we are all sovereign so that brings us to the next question on slide number 22 question number 12 are you a sovereign are you sovereign and only only 36.7% a little over one-third say yes I'm sovereign and I don't even think they really know what it means again I don't think this result can make sense if only 10% really know what it means how can only ten percent really acknowledge and know that they are sovereign so I would say really 26 percent out of this is people who are just answering to answer and they don't really know that they're sovereign I would really say it's 10 percent 10.35 like the other result sixty three point oh four percent said no they are not sovereign and I have to clean up this slide I noticed an error on there with the pie chart not quite matching the responses I'll clean that up before I put these slides online so kind of even just disregard that statement because it'll be corrected by the time it goes up but the pie chart is right underneath the results next slide 23 very interestingly slide number 23 for people who again follow numerology and know the significance in occultism about the number 23 if this question would turn up on this slide number question number 13 are you a moral human being and yes that is the way out isn't it this result is almost identical to the result of are you an open-minded human being who is willing to hear information that conflicts with your pre-existing belief system almost the exact same result ninety-seven point six two percent almost 98 percent said yes I'm a moral human being two point three eight percent that one person in this result again I don't think is even number four this was the homework result where we definitely got a psychopath the one person who gave those psychopathic results admitted no I'm not a moral human being this was a psychopath who didn't feel like lying that day because it was anonymous and again this is either the psychopath or the perfect Gollum and they're one in the same to be honest so that person I was expecting 100% I was very surprised one person that one psychopath gave us an honest answer on this day and said no I'm not a moral human being and knows that he's not so there's the pie chart underneath the results and I call 100% absolute and complete on this result because that's what it is like I said if you went back into Nazi Germany circle World War 2 era around 30 1937 and 38 if you were able to travel back in time and ask the people of Nazi Germany that this same question are you a moral human being do you know the difference between right and wrong truly for yourself do you actively have a conscience and do you choose to exercise your conscience by choosing right action over wrong about action at all times in your life are you a good person they would have said absolutely yes and how dare you even insinuate otherwise by daring to ask me that question to my face that's what those good little members of the Nazi Party would have said and they would have been dead serious about it to you and I would suggest it's exactly the same situation in America today nothing has changed there is no difference these are people who believe that they are moral human beings and don't know the first thing about morality these are people who say that their moral relativists in the same homework assignment I'm a moral relativist 2/3 of people morality is relative we get to make it up and yet I'm moral everybody can get to make up what morality is so according to my own definition of right and wrong I'm moral I have absolutely no idea what it really is or not but I'm going to tell you yes I'm a moral human being and I know the difference between right and wrong and I choose right action over wrong action in my life yeah sure you do these people are full of just to call it just like it is that's how it is folks they're just full they're lying most of all to themselves they're lying that's the conclusion of the homework assignment number three let's move on to the last one and we'll wrap up the podcast this was the biggest one and comprised of 17 questions this is homework for the natural law seminar week for homework results moving on to this section slide number one is the title slide for week four slide number two and this was about ownership do you own your own body okay eighty-seven point five percent of people said yes I own my own body and people will say oh that's a great result we had almost 88 percent said yes I own myself I own my body but look at the result that said that they didn't look at the respondents who said they didn't 12.5% twelve and a half percent of people don't think they own their body that they are actually the owners of their body I didn't say do other people think they own you and believe that they're your owners excuse me I said do you actually own your own body are you the owner of your body and maybe they think you know they think that there's more implied in this question do you eternally own your own body can you own it forever and ever and ever and ever for eternity I'm not talking about eternal ownership I'm talking about right now in the moment do you own the body that you're in that your consciousness is inhabiting do you own this flesh and bone and sinew and blood and organs do you own your own body it's a simple question most of the people who were asked this question the response that the students told me most people sat there and thought about it they couldn't spit out the answer just like that the snap of a finger they sat there and thought about it so this and the next question which we'll get to for anybody that can't spit out the answer do you own your own body yes absolutely I own my own body my body is my own property the end if you can't spit that out there's something wrong with you I'm serious there is something mentally retarded wrong with you and that's the problem here that people don't even know they own themselves almost 13% of people say that somebody else owns them I want to know who they think owns them or whether they're saying oh well God owns my body and I can't really own anything well hey then I'll just take your car or your house or your computer or your food you can't own anything no such thing as property God owns everything I can't actually own anything while I'm here while I'm in carnate know especially the body well then who owns it well hey I'm gonna lop off your left arm then I'll let me use it as a club on somebody else cuz I feel like it because after all it's not your body so why can't I own your arm then I mean you know it's it's ridiculous nonsensical thinking that has no bearing on common sense and reality it's so self-evident should we even need to be asking a question like this should I need to even pose this question to try to find out what people think this is how totally destroyed the human mind is and that's why I did it to try to explain this to people this is what our work is I mean if you have 2/3 of people who believe right and wrong or completely relative and we get to make a mom you have almost 13% of human beings believe they don't own their flesh that their consciousness inhabits we have a lot of work to do people next slide slide number three in this fourth section of homework results question number two do you own your own mind 92% a little more said yeah I own my own mind ninety two point five percent seven point five percent of people say no I don't own my own mind well who owns it then I mean are you admitting that you know that you're under mind control most people don't admit that most people think that they do own their own mind and again I don't really agree with this result the answer is yes most people don't really home there no people really don't own their own mind to be honest someone else does own it but who's gonna say this outright who does some if somebody actually believes somebody else owns their mind who do they believe it is you know do they actually know about the dark occultist that I'll put forward mind control and they're saying yes I know I'm under mind control and I know I don't have ownership over my mind I don't think that's the result I don't I don't know what this result really means to be quite honest with you I'd like to ask these people while who in the hell do you think does on your mind just like who in the hell do you think does on your body I mean just God on your body and mind - there's no there's a probably the same people say there's no free will it's about the same dynamic a little over twelve percent almost thirteen percent maybe that's it maybe they just think God owns at all nobody can own anything I ask somebody this at the when I was talking to some people outside at the Occupy Philly rally when Occupy was going on and when I said do you own yourself he said I don't own anything including myself and he was an african-american gentleman I mean imagine that just outright admitting I look of myself as a slave I don't know anything I don't know any property I don't know my body I don't know my mind I own nothing well as long as that dynamic stays in effect you are a slave by definition I know I Mark pacion know that I what I own and what I don't own and I do own my body and I do own my mind and they are my property my property and they are not owned by somebody else regardless of any claims that are made those claims will always be invalid they will never be legitimate and that's everybody should know that they should know it like they know their own name moving on to the next slide slide number four in this section question number three choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a there is such a thing as authority which is vested in certain human beings who we call governments they received this authority because many people came together and agreed to grant power to them to perform certain actions and make certain decisions for the common good of the people that's how they got that authority it's real it exists and they got it because other people came together and agreed you now have this Authority and you can make these decisions for the for the totality of people excuse me B there is no such thing as authority which is vested in humanity Authority is the false claim that some people have the moral right to issue commands while others have the moral obligation to obey those commands and have no right to refuse them that's what Authority is so how many people said a or B 60% said a Authority exists it is real and the government has it and they received it because the people said that they have it and B 40% said there's no such thing as authority vested in humanity Authority is an illusion it's a false claim unperson aliy pretty impressed with this result that that many people think that authority is illusory but still of course more than half believe that it is real I would probably suggest that this is a skewed result toward the positive and that probably it's more close to it something like seventy five twenty five or seventy thirty if that okay so yeah maybe 8020 is probably a little more accurate in the world at large and that that makes kind of sense to me to say that it's probably 8020 because if you look at the dynamics involved in the American Revolution about two out of ten people really supported independence and breaking free from the quote authority of a psychopathic King we might groan gotten one more person out of five to accept that notion maybe two out of five people think that I don't know I tend to look at that this might be a little bit too on the positive side to be true i i'm i t more inclined to agree that it's about thirty percent but there's the pie chart on slide number five is authority real and legitimate sixty percent still think authority is legitimate with forty percent saying no is it is an illusion it is only a false claim moving on to the next slide slide number six this is question number four choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking hey all human beings have the same rights no one has any special powers or abilities that give them any more rights than anyone else rights are inherent and as such new rights cannot be invented and granted by some people to other people or be some human beings have rights that others do not when certain people enter specific institutions like government military and police they receive rights to do certain things that the public does not have the right to do so do we all have the same rights or are there super men who have special rights they get to they get granted rights that don't exist for others okay so slide number seven shows the pie chart between this breakdown only three out of four people believe we all have the same rights a full one out of four people on earth or at least in this study which i think is pretty representative of the accurate dynamic that's taking place in people's minds one in four people believe that no certain people have special rights I would say that's probably try to say it's actually really more than that I would say you know we're probably it's probably at about half and half this is probably skewed toward the positive but overall somewhat of an encouraging result that at least we have seventy five percent of people who believe everybody has the same rights and again you have to wonder about that because people are mostly moral relativist so what does that mean in their mind you know they don't really know the objective difference between a right and a wrong next slide slide number eight choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a if every single person on earth except one man agreed that it was okay to steal property or possessions from that man and then they stole from him their action would be acceptable because after all every person except only one agreed that it was okay B if every single person on earth except one man agreed that it was okay to steal from that man and then they stole from him their action would be unacceptable it does not matter how many people agree that something wrong is okay it still remains morally wrong this is the only response that we got a hundred percent one hundred percent of people said B it's still morally wrong to steal from somebody even if everybody agrees to it and I am calling on this response and I'm calling because I believe people say that that's what they think but in practice they don't really live that they think that people have a right to steal that's called government with taxation so again people are in total cognitive dissonance so the pie chart of course there's no real need for it's a hundred percent but he's on slide number nine what we were asking is can majority approval turned wrong into right one hundred percent say that they think no that can't be done that rights are rights wrongs are wrongs and you can't turn a right into a wrong or wrong into a right you can't turn it wrong into a right at least okay I think that's a total answer I think they're lying to themselves and to others and the proof of it is on slide number ten the mental schism or car to dissonance that is shown between these two answers okay last week we asked people is taxation moral or immoral in week number three and over half of them say yes it's moral and you could say well then they don't know that taxation is theft okay that they don't know that this is this is morally wrong and they think that it's morally acceptable so there's this schism here between people who think that it's moral and fifth that's 53% of response in the question from week number three but here in week four we're saying can majority approval which is what voting taxation into law or agreeing to taxation through government is that's majority approval you're saying well the government says that we're allowed to do this they've voted they voted it they've made laws on it and now they're gonna send enforcers out to do this immoral activity well that makes it moral okay they passed it into law so there are they're allowed to do it we have to obey it that people don't really believe that majority approval cannot turn or wrong into a right they believe it can this is proof of it this is proof that they're in cognitive dissonance that they say one thing but they actually believe another you can't say that you believe that majority approval cannot turn or wrong into a right on one hand and then on the other hand say you believe taxation is moral the two things are antithetical to each other in reality well yet that's what people claim next slide slide number 11 this is question number 6 choose a set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a if something is legal that means that it is moral and therefore it would be okay to do that behavior if something is illegal that means that it is immoral and therefore it would not be okay to do that behavior when determining whether or not to perform an action someone should first make sure that it is legal and if it is not they should not do it or be just because something is legal does not necessarily mean that it is moral likewise just because something is illegal does not necessarily make it immoral whether or not someone should partake in a particular behavior should be judged on the basis of whether or not it causes harm to someone else not whether it is legal or not now again we got a very very imbalanced result on this with 95% of the responses answering be that legality does not necessarily equate to morality and illegality does not necessarily equate to immorality now again you would imagine this is a very very positive response and slide number 12 shows the pie chart between this breakdown we're asking this legal equal moral and illegal equal immoral ninety-five percent said no that's not necessarily true what we're only five percent said yes if it's legal its moral and if it's illegal it's immoral those are equivalents but do I really believe that and no I don't and then we're gonna prove it and the next question is actually going to prove it that I believe that this is a answer on the part of the respondents and that they're lying not only to themselves but to the person asking them that question this isn't how they really think that's what they say they think and they're liars they're deliberately lying or they're believing in their own mind that they think this way when their actions betray what they say they think and we'll prove this momentarily slide number thirteen question seven choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a if someone considered a particularly immoral for the reason that it punished people for doing something that did not cause harm to anyone else in other words a victimless quote crime that person would still be under obligation meaning moral obligation I probably should have put the word moral in there they would still be under obligation to obey at law until they could find a way to get it changed to change that law or be victimless quote crimes are no crimes at all if someone is not being harmed by a particular behavior then that behavior is a right and no one would be under any moral obligation to obey a law that prohibited that behavior the responses sixty two point five percent of people say a that regardless of whether a behavior is harming someone else if it's prohibited by law someone would still be under moral obligation to obey that law until they could find a way to change it 62 point five percent said that whereas only thirty seven percent of people say no one is under any moral obligation to obey a law that prohibits a behavior that does not harm anybody else or in other words victimless crime laws like prohibition for example okay so this is proof proof that the answer in the previous question does legal equal moral and illegal equal immoral on the part of the respondents is total so slide number fifteen showing the results of question seven do people have a moral obligation to obey laws that would punish them for committing victimless quote so-called crimes and there's the breakdown via the pie chart so let's look at this in juxtaposed to the earlier question slide number fifteen the mental schism or the cognitive dissonance that is involved here the earlier question ninety-five percent of people in the last question just said that legal does not necessarily mean moral and illegal does not necessarily mean immoral yet in this question they insist that someone would still be under a moral obligation to obey a law that prohibits behavior that doesn't harm anybody you would still have to obey the Arty's which this is proof moreso of how many people believe in authority so again when you had a 60/40 split of people who believed in authority yeah it's probably somewhat accurate at least in the people who are asked answering this question there they're showing you this is how they really think the the pie chart on the right is how people really think the pie chart on the left is a lie it's what they want to tell people how they really think but they're full of they're lying to themselves that's what cognitive dissonance is next slide slide number 16 question number 8 choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a it is sensible to me that a particular behavior could be legal in one state or country and illegal in another state or country people in different states or countries get to determine what behaviors are right or wrong and make their own laws according to their preferences likewise a particular behavior such as alcohol manufacturing and consumption during the Prohibition period in the 1920s could change over time from legal to illegal in the same state or country and then become an act that could be punishable under law or be it makes no logical sense to me that a particular behavior could be considered a moral act in one state or country and an immoral act or behavior in another state or country or that a behavior could change over time from being considered moral to immoral or vice versa from immoral tomorrow if something is right it is right everywhere and at all times if something is wrong it is wrong everywhere at all times the fact that human beings believe that they can change a right into a wrong or a wrong into a right with the stroke of a pen is both nonsensical and pompous the responses which again I think are pretty much lies 60% of people chose be that that doesn't make sense to them and 40% chose a so again not too much of a imbalance here a 60/40 split on slide number 17 you see the pie chart breakdown what we were really asking here is the moral relativism that is inherent to man's law right and sensible and again I would suggest it's probably really the other way around probably over two thirds of people believe that really it is sensible but in this question we're getting 60 percent saying no it's not sensible and 40 percent agreeing yes I have no problem with moral relativism that is contained within man's law very discouraging result moving on to slide number 18 and the result of this is really truly unbelievable which we'll see in a moment but we ask people in question number nine here on slide number 18 what is the first single word that comes to your mind when you hear the phrase no rulers no masters and I'm going to explain a little bit more in depth on one of the particular responses we got here on this slide now no rulers no masters I was expecting overwhelmingly to receive the response freedom so when you say no rulers no masters to most people they come back with a single word freedom okay which is true here that's the result we got forty percent said the word freedom 22.5% the next most popular response came back as anarchy now most people don't know what the word anarchy truly means which is freedom which is no rulers no masters hence freedom hence no slavery okay so I needed to break this down into how many people really understood the real meaning of Anarchy versus how many people were saying anarchy and meaning a different meaning for the word okay so under this um break down here underneath the number nine which is how many people responded saying Anarchy comprising 22 point five percent of the total responses to this question the breakdown was six two and one meaning six people in the next question which was what does anarchy mean we're going to get to that in a minute said that it meant chaos two people said that it meant free or freedom one person gave a response that was nonsensical and had nothing to do with what anarchy really is it was neither what people think that it is which is chaos what or what it really is which is freedom or the absence of rulers or the absence of slavery so that's the result the breakdown six two and one so we'll keep that in mind in a moment the people who said no rulers no masters the third most popular result believe it or not was the word chaos think about this folks we asked people what the first word the first single word that comes to their mind when they hear the phrase no rulers no masters nobody ruling anybody else nobody claiming to be the master over anybody else therefore nobody being subject to anybody else nobody being a slave to anyone else and the people eight people forming twenty percent of the responses to this question said that the phrase no rulers no masters to them means chaos that is 100% pure slave think that is total slave think no rulers no masters means chaos to people unbelievable and sickening rounding out the responses 22.5% we had equality false finally insane nature nothing and school okay some of these responses make no sense but a couple I really want to quote on false you know that oh that could never be true no rulers no masters false okay well maybe they're saying that's the state today that's the human condition today but the the response in this little in this section comprising one person giving this response I think sometimes we always in a group get that one psychopath he said where he or she said no rulers no masters means insanity think about this it's not just chaos it is insanity to think that there can never be a state where there is no rulers no masters you are insane for even suggesting it for even putting that phrase together no rulers no masters that phrase to him equates with insanity and you know what that proves to me not not that I think or is my opinion it proves to me definitively definitely objectively that person is insane that's an insane person very insane that person is completely broken broken okay so you know maybe if the students to the class are listening if you want to find that person if you know who it was who gave that that comment because I could imagine that would probably make an impression on your mind and you remember who said that you could have that talk with them and tell them no it is they who are insane I'm telling them that they are I can prove that they are and that is in fact their true mental condition and you could tell them I said it okay because that person is broken meaning both they are completely screwed up and they are a slave meaning broken like a horse gets broken or a mule gets broken okay they're broken and they need help they need help the only thing that can help them is the truth and to take it in a big way in their life and to get their burnt brain healed because that's what that person has a burnt brain let me tell you something you want to prove it go and pay to have a SPECT scan done to your brain and they'll show you what your brain looks like and believe me you won't like what you find out because your brain is broken insane no rulers no masters equates with insane I mean you have to be kidding me the pie chart breakdown for this question is on slide number 19 the first single word that comes to your mind when you hear the phrase no rulers no masters however what I'm gonna do in the next slide on slide 20 is I'm going to present a modified pie chart breakdown because I'm taking the word anarchy here comprising 22.5% on slide 19 this orange pop piece of the pie and I'm breaking it down into its constituent six to one how many people said it meant chaos how many people said it meant freedom which was two and then how many people gave another response to what anarchy meant so we're only going to have three responses freedom chaos or other responses okay I hope people understand what I've done on this next slide by that explanation so moving on to slide 20 we have these three breakdowns total other responses twenty percent the two biggest responses what there's no rulers no masters mean freedom was the number one response which should be the number one response it should really be a hundred percent forty five percent and then second response the second most popular response to what the phrase no rulers no masters means is chaos to people in their minds if that's not one of the most incredibly disturbing social experiment results that you have heard I don't know what would disturb you people believe that the absence of rulership and slavery over other people equates to chaos that there has to be slavery in order for there to be order this is what people think thirty five percent of people think that I mean that's utter shock utter dismay and utter horror that this is how screwed up mentally people are in this world and in how much help they need to rebuild their brain and their mind and their soul their broken individuals their broken me meaning that they are literally physically psychologically mentally broken down and that means that they are enslaved broken is to break an animal means to enslave it to your will and that's what these people are the people who say no the condition of no roars and no masters meaning no slavery means chaos you are a broken person you are broken being it's unbelievable I mean I'd like to I'd like to the people who did this homework assignment if they can get people to listen to this podcast the people who gave these responses I'd love that for you to try to get them to hear this podcast the people from the natural law seminar the first one the students take this podcast to people and let them hear this I want them to know I'm saying this about them this is what the great work is it's showing people how broken they are and with that they need to heal you are in need of healing there is something wrong with you it's not acceptable for you to remain in this condition you need help and again the way that you need help is to receive truth and there is a truth no masters no rulers means freedom that's the right answer it's not a matter of opinion it's not subjective that's what it means it means nobody's ruling over anybody else there's no slavery that's called by definition freedom this is how little understanding people have of the basic meaning of words it's not my opinion it's the way it is it's what is it's not my opinion next slide slide number 12 slide number 21 what is the first single word that comes to your mind when you hear the word anarchy this is question 10 of course as predicted with one half of the total responses chaos is the response chaos disorder mayhem lawlessness breakdown and rioting chaos you can just group that all under that one word the absence of rulers or masters which is what the word honor key means to people means chaos and that's probably about the right response that's about right where it's at fifty percent actually me think that that condition means chaos the people who gave the correct answer freedom liberty sovereignty amazingly some person wrote down sovereignty for the answer of that question I was very impressed but people wrote down freedom but look at the response twenty responding and saying it means chaos only five said it meant freedom for a total of twelve point five percent rebellion or uprising 7.5 percent slavery and control think about this folks the exact opposite of what it means the polar opposite two people said slavery and control for what anarchy means to them they said anarchy and they said the first word that comes to their mind is slavery five percent five percent said it means government is the exact opposite of that it means absence of rulers hence no government absence of masters hence no slavery five percent of responses government with 2.5 percent each fight injustice not only where people get that here's mister psychopath again saying insane that Anarchy means insanity okay obviously a total totalitarian authoritarian and a broken slave a house slave let's just call that person what they are okay that's called a house slave that's what that person is it's not my opinion of what they are and I'm not making an ad hominem attack it's not an ad hominem attack I'm calling them a name but it's the truth about what they are somebody who believes that Anarchy meaning the state of the absence of slavery is insanity by definition is someone who who considers so greatly so definitely that there must be slavery that they can only be a house slave they're the perfect golem the perfectly possessed and perfectly destroyed individual whose soul has been completely destroyed that's what that person is to say insane is the first word that comes to their mind when they hear the word anarchy so anybody the things there shouldn't be slavery in the world is insane huh we're gonna find out aren't we we're gonna find out in the post governmental world just how insane the interactions are between people who believe that this form of slavery should continue and those who know that it's illegitimate and are gonna make it stop they're not just going to say they disagree with it at some point it's going to be made to end other responses to this question where nothing writes sons there's that TV show thinking again you know just like Sovereign Bank that response sons of anarchy it's the first word they think of because they're a TV head violence and then chaos I'm sorry and Yahoo which is kind of a cool little response there you know so anyway let's move on to the next slide which is the pie chart breakdown of this question slide number 22 question number 10 what do you think of when you hear the word anarchy 50% saying chaos 12% with the correct 12.5 with the correct answer of freedom government slavery and rebellion rounding out the rest of the chart and other responses forming 20% next slide slide number 23 choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking and again very appropriate that this is slide number 23 asking people is government necessary or not okay which is obviously what they have to understand in order to get out of the mind control 23 being really meaning in the occult to get out of mind-control if a if there was no government there would be chaos human beings could not live peacefully amongst each other without government they would never be able to find voluntary ways of interacting with each other without government government is a necessary institution B government does not prevent chaos from manifesting left to themselves people can use their minds to innovate and find voluntary ways of interacting with each other without government government is unnecessary and human beings would get along just fine without it let's look at the responses sixty two point five percent of people believe government must continue it is a necessary institution and there would be chaos without it thirty-seven point five percent said no we don't need it it's not necessary we human beings could get along and find ways of interacting with each other peacefully without government which of course I agree with slide number twenty four shows the pie chart breakdown with obviously over just about two-thirds of people believing that government is necessary and must continue to exist and they believe it's necessary to prevent chaos when in fact that's the dynamic that's keeping chaos in place because it's based on coercion of free will and ultimately violence and ultimately slavery so what these people are saying the response that they're giving and I believe it is an honest one these sixty two point five percent of people are saying government violence and slavery violence and slavery must continue in order to prevent chaos actually the exact opposite is true violence and slavery are chaos and can never prevent that dynamic by believing in this your continuing violence and slavery through continuing government cuz that's what it is it's violence and slavery so that's that response let's move on to question number twelve on slide number twenty five true or false it is right and virtue for certain people such as soldiers and police officers to follow orders of other people in the performance of their job so is following orders of virtue it's what we're really asking 47.5% say yes it is virtuous to follow orders in certain institutions is virtuous to just follow orders and act without thinking if you're given an order do it follow it that's it that's virtuous 52.5% said no that's false it is not virtuous to follow orders unthinkingly and we're going to see the mental schism that comes up with this in a moment slide number 26 question 13 if person a ordered person B to commit a harmful act against person C so we have a triangle here we have an order giver an order follower and a victim of the order follower okay so person a orders person B to commit a harmful act against person C which person would be more morally culpable for the harm that resulted to person C response a is person a would be more morally culpable because because he was the one who gave the order response B is person B would be more morally culpable for the resultant harm to person C because he was the one who actually carried out the order and did the action we had a 70/30 breakdown with 70% saying person be the order follower is more morally culpable than the order giver I think this is an encouraging response I think we need to get it up to a hundred percent it's the correct answer that the order follower is always more morally culpable than the order giver because for the reason that he is the one who actually carries out the behavior and therefore is responsible for the resultant arm they're both responsible but the order follower is always more morally culpable so question I'm sorry slide number 27 shows the breakdown on a pie chart who is more morally culpable the order giver or the order follower 70% saying the order follower is more morally culpable good response but we need to get that up to a hundred percent and again let's look at the mental schism with this an earlier question okay the cognitive dissonance involved who's more morally culpable an order giver or an order follower 70 percent say well of course the order followers more morally culpable but then in the same breath they're saying that order following is a virtue 47 percent of people believe order following is a virtue so how can you have almost half of people believe order following is a virtue okay and then think well somebody shouldn't really act on an order and then go and commit harm well if order following is a virtue right then how could you possibly say that the order follower is actually responsible for his own actions it was virtuous for him to follow the order right well which is it was it virtuous for him to follow the order of person 8 and then go harm person C or wasn't it virtuous was what he did wrong and he should have judged the action based on whether it was going to cause harm or not total cognitive dissonance inherent in these responses look at the next slide slide 29 question 14 choose the set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking again this is gonna have to do with order following a military officials and police officers are not always personally responsible for certain things which they do because if they are following orders as part of a chain of command I'm sorry because they are following orders as part of a chain of command I have another error in this slide I got to take the word F out of there in the question again you won't see that because I'll correct that before I post these slides to the website therefore the responsible therefore the responsibility for any harm that might be caused by them ultimately rests with their commanding officers okay so we're saying that here the order follower isn't necessarily responsible for their behavior that the order giver is more responsible be every human being is always personally responsible for their own actions an individual regardless of their job cannot be absolved of personal responsibility just because they were following orders of someone else in a chain of command the person who followed those orders is still personally responsible for any harm that they may have caused by taking those actions so the personal responsibility always belongs to the individual 82.5 percent said be we are always personally responsible for our own behavior 17.5% said a that police and military aren't responsible for their behavior because they're following orders the Nuremberg defense in other words we're just following our orders we're just doing our job it doesn't matter who we harm in the process had to do it because we were given an order and we're mindless automaton drone robots that can't make freewill decisions but they about their behavior based on knowledge of right versus wrong and whether someone was harmed by the action or not no we just we are commanded and we do like good little robots and seven almost 18 percent agree with that which is again more cognitive dissonance if people really believed that they were responsible for their own behavior how could 18 percent of people say well people could just get to act on orders and that's right this pie charts broken down in slide number 30 we need to get this to a hundred percent that means 18 percent almost one in five people believe certain people aren't responsible for their own behavior you can look at this and say well it's a great result most of this chart is green in all honesty look at it from the half the glass half-empty side almost one in five people believe that people aren't responsible for their own behavior even if it results in harm to other people because they're following orders slide number 31 shows the mental schism here the cognitive dissonance our individual is responsible for their own actions while 82% of people say yes they are and then again in the question a couple questions ago 47 percent believe that order following is a virtue how can that possibly be if you believe people need to be responsible for their own behavior and 80 almost 83 percent say that's true the people are responsible for their own behavior how could for almost half think that order following is virtuous it makes no sense it's it's lying to oneself not what do I think is the true response I think this half and half response here with 40 almost 48 percent saying order following is a virtue that's probably the correct the honest answer the the non honest answer is I think more than seventeen point five percent believe people aren't truly responsible for their own behavior it would have to be closer aligned to this half number this forty seven point five percent number in the chart to the right because if you believe order following is a virtue it means it's good you should do it and then you can't possibly be responsible for what you did because you were acting on orders which was a virtue next slide slide number 32 choose a set of statements which most closely resembles your own thinking a human beings have the natural right to defend themselves from violence with physical force if someone is conducting violence against someone else the person being victimized possesses the right to stop that person from doing them harm with any amount of necessary force up to an including deadly force be human beings do not have the natural right to defend themselves from violence with physical force if someone is conducting violence against someone else the person being victimizes possesses I'm sorry does not possess the right to stop that person from doing harm to them with force that's what we have police for so do people have a natural inherent right to defend themselves from violence with the physical usage of force eighty seven point five percent say yes 12.5% said no again somewhat encouraging response but you still have 12 and a half percent of people thinking that there is no inherent right to defend yourself these are people who would say if someone comes up and commits violence to you you have no right to respond with force to put down that act of aggression all you can do is try to run or to ask them to stop or call a cop imagine imagine that but it's encouraging at least that were close to 90 percent that we do have that right the pie chart is shown on image number 33 the breakdown do individuals have the right to defend themselves against violence with physical force and there's the breakdown next slide slide number 34 the last two questions is question number 16 true or false personal ownership of firearms for defensive purposes is an inherent and inalienable human right seventy-five percent say yes that's true we do have the unalienable inherent right to defend ourselves and own firearms 25 percent however said no so again partially positive because three out of four people believe and no I would say that that's a right that the right to defend oneself is a right and therefore the ownership of firearms which makes that possible is an unalienable human right but think about it folks 1 out of 4 people believe there's no right to own guns 1 out of 4 people believe there's no right to own guns to defend oneself from violence with the physical measure of force that a gun makes possible 25 percent of people think that that's not a right and would like to have all guns taken from everybody I'll bet you those same people would say it's a right of government that they have right that they're other people don't have the government's have special rights that their own people don't have they're made of people they get special rights granted to them they're allowed own weapons these this asinine quarter of people one quart one-fourth of human beings would say and they would say but the rest of people they're just they're just mortals they don't they're not allowed own guns only our gods are masters can own guns it's called slave think and it shows you where how many people are there in total slave think a full 1 in 4 people on earth and again I would suggest that's probably a very accurate result if we took this to global numbers it's probably it's probably more because I mean you're asking this in America where guns are a big part of American culture I mean you go you go out to you know countries in the Middle East you go out to countries in and in the Far East and you forget about it this result will be even worse so globally that it's probably closer to half and half which is very disturbing the next slide the final slide for this presentation slide number 35 on section number 4 question number 17 true or false human slavery has been abolished and this practice does not continue in our society it's been eradicated 90% say that is false that human slavery is ongoing only ten percent say yes we've completely wiped out human slavery now I would like to clarify that and ask them which I we didn't get a chance to but are you talking about like child kidnapping rings and you know drug smuggling rings and things like that you know prostitution rings or are we talking about humanity as a whole being enslaved being kept as a slave species you know do you think slavery is ongoing in human society in general or just in isolated pockets okay and I would suggest that this result most people are talking about these isolated pockets of hard slavery you know shackled slavery physical physically keeping people against their will and making them you know perform sex acts or taking them to other countries to service and you know a rich elite in sex slavery rings or you know get them to run drugs and get them to you know participate in all kinds of allah other illicit activity because these are psychopathic rich elite class of people like you know want people at their disposal and pay their henchmen to kidnap people a certain amount of people and bring them to them through these human trafficking schemes i would suggest that's what they're really talking about here not overall human slavery but a somewhat positive result that at least ninety percent of people think that no we need to do more work as a species and get rid of slavery for good I wish they would really understand that the entire human species is being held under the conditions of slavery and that form of slavery is called government and there's men much mental slavery that is being conducted against the human race and I would say that that is called religion and government there are two forms of slavery and until we eradicate both of those world religions there's of course another world religion you know I'm talking about the big religions you have the universal I'm sorry you have become Geographic or cultural religions like Christianity Islam Judaism etc you have then the big two religions the universal religions that are even above cultural religions okay or in other words the old religions the old religions you know where cultural I identified religions such as the world religions that we know of the two big religions are government and money with I would say authority or authority and money you could say the belief in authority and the belief in money I would say the belief in authority is number two and the belief in money is number one that's the world religion that's the most overarching world religion that has most people under that form of mind control more than any other dynamic until we get out of all of this mind control through getting out of the belief in all of these religions such as authority money etc don't expect real freedom and if any of the responses here or all or all of them taken in the aggregate and understood if you can really grasp the results that you're seeing here are any indication humanity is no where near attaining true freedom in the manifested world as long as the thinking continues the way you've seen it portrayed in the answers to these social experiments as long as it continues according to the dynamics that we are seeing here in the result of these homework assignments it is an impossibility for freedom to manifest only when you change what is going on in the mind can you change the results that are taking place in the external domain that we call the physical world until you address those underlying causal factors in mind don't expect anything to change in the external manifestation I don't put this these results here to discourage frightened or dissuade anyone from continuing to learn the truth and do the great work of bringing the truth to other people I do this to show you what your work is and how far we have to go yet so don't be discouraged move through those feelings of discouragement and develop the courage and the will to press on and actually do that work because you might wake somebody up who really activates themself and they have a lot of Drive and they reach a lot of people and then you never know who they wake up and then the process moves out in a fractal dynamic pattern from that point forward and maybe we can actually start reaching real numbers that are indicative of making a true quantum shift in the way that our reality is manifesting so that's all for today's presentation I hope you've enjoyed the results of these homework assignments and I hope it brings some clarity to people about where people really are at where they are truly at in their consciousness and what our work remains to do remember ladies and gentlemen there are only two mistakes that one can ever make on the path to truth not starting and not going all the way we'll see you next time on what on earth is happening thanks for listening