Which Moneyless Economy is Best?

Today, there are various different idea’s for how to operate the economy without using Money.  You have the Gift Economy, Voluntaryism, Contributionism, Sharing Economy, etc.  All of these are simply different types of ideas for the same basic Economical Model – Indirect and Transient Exchange.  The difference is mostly in semantics.

Our world operates based on the concept of Direct and Immediate Exchange.  Direct and Immediate Exchange requires the concept of Ownership.  In Direct and Immediate Exchange, someone must Trade something of value to get something of value.  Or otherwise, a medium must exist to account for the concept of Value for the exchange to make sense.

Nature does not operate based on the concept of Direct and Immediate Exchange.  You will never find an animal trading something with the trees for its food.  You will never find a tree trading something with the soil for its nutrients.  You will never find a planet trading with a star for its light.

Nature operates based on Indirect and Transient Exchange.  Indirect and Transient Exchange means exactly what it says:  each individual freely contributes to the ecosystem and each individual freely partakes of the ecosystem.  Whether you prefer to call this “sharing” or “volunaryism” or “contributionism” or “gifting” is entirely up to you.  Regardless of what you call it, it is still the same thing, “Indirect and Transient Exchange.”

Nature does not require the concept of Ownership, but rather Management.  As such, neither Trade, nor a medium of exchange, such as money, need to exist.  Things only need to be Traded if they are Owned.  Things that are Managed may pass freely through many hands.  In Nature, everything freely gives of itself, because that is what it loves to do, because that is the purpose it serves; and thus, everything gets to freely partake of everything else, as needed.

Perhaps the best example of Indirect and Transient Exchange in Nature is Mycelium beneath the soil of a forest.  Every plant needs to take nutrients from the soil, and every plant produces nutrients that it gives back to the soil.  Not every plant requires and produces the same nutrients, and the nutrients aren’t in the same proportions everywhere throughout the soil.  Mycelium acts as a communication network between all the root systems of all the plants, keeping inventory of all the nutrients that exist around it in the soil, and that come from each plant.  Every plant sends hormones into the soil when it is nutrient deficient, telling the Mycelium what it needs and when.  The Mycelium takes all this data into account and uses its network of fibers to move nutrients to where they need to go.

The Venus Project’s “Resource Based Economy” plans to operate exactly like this, but for Human Society.  They plan on using AI technology that every business in the world subscribes to.  Each business tells the AI system what it needs in inventory and when, as well as what waste materials or recyclable materials they will be putting into the system and when.  The AI system then keeps track of all the resources around the world and tells each business where to send their waste/recycled resources and when to make sure each business always has what it needs to continue operating.  No money needed.  The only accounting that needs to be done is to manage supply vs. demand, to make sure we are meeting the demand.  Perhaps this very same AI system, or a similar one, could be also be used to manage the delivery of products and services to the user end customer.

The Narcissistic Royal Elite that Rule the World today have implemented the concept of Direct and Immediate Exchange from the very beginning, along with the Hierarchical Pyramid Power Structure.  A Direct and Immediate Exchange Economy is about Control.  It can be accomplished using either Capitalism or Socialism.  The only difference between the two is that Capitalism gives the people the illusion of Free-will, while Socialism forces everyone to conform in the name of the “Greater Good of All.”  Capitalism and Socialism are nothing more and nothing less than opposite forms of slavery.  If you read the article, “The Origin of Law and Money,” you will begin to understand how money was invented to perpetuate slavery.

Indirect and Transient Exchange is about real Freedom.  It is the way of Nature, and as such, it is the way of Compassion.  As the whole Human Race is evolving to the 4th Octave of Consciousness in the Polarity of Compassion, so too, the Economy will have to evolve with us to the polarity of compassion.  To learn more about these opposing viewpoints and the kinds of Societies they create, read the article, “The Polarity of Love.”

There are, ultimately, two different types of Indirect and Transient Exchange Economies which we must evolve through as we transition from the use of money to the non-existence of money.  The first type is what I call the “Service Based Economy,” which is defined as, “Society serves those that serve society.”  Those that serve society gain the privilege to freely partake of society for themselves and their dependents.  Becoming Retired or Disabled also grants one this privilege.

The second type is the Venus Project’s Resource Based Economy.  Both of these are Free Access Economies, however this one only becomes possible when our Alternative Society reaches a Majority of the world and our Technology becomes advanced enough that most people do not have to work most of the time.  It can also only come as a result of the abolishment of Money, even the same type of money used in our Service Based Economy.  The Resource Based Economy therefore allows everyone to partake of society even if they have never served in society.

To learn more about how we will transition through these economies, read the article, “Holobank – Free Access Economy.”

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