In nature, everything is always producing an abundance of everything and giving it freely, and taking freely of that which is given. Quite literally, one's man's shit is another man's food. Animals don't go around looking to serve a purpose to earn their existence. Their shit and left over dead body is all the payment they need for food, shelter and a happy life. Imagine that...
What if we had a Free Access Economy instead of a cryptocurrency that pretends to be a store of value based on Love or Happiness or Honor? What if we completely and totally got rid of the need to have an accounting of any kind of value whatsoever? What is value, anyway? What is valuable? What is the most valuable thing?
Whoever came up with the idea that life has to be earned? That's a rhetorical question. The idea that life has to be earned is a fallacy.
Humans are the only creatures on this planet who share this unfounded belief. Every other creature on this planet doesn't go around trying to earn its existence. We don't have to earn our existence by serving a purpose. We exist because we have a purpose to serve.
This is the 3rd video in a series with Andrew Pham collaborating on the co-creation of Metagaiaes.
Progress is definitely being made.
The truth is constantly staring us in the face, but we are constantly being told that resources are scarce and that is why we need to trade money to buy things. We are taught that trading money for things allows us to regulate the supply in order to meet the demand. But that couldn't be further from the truth. We are constantly over-producing and therefore having to artificially increase prices in order to make up for the loss of profit on all the things we have to throw away.
Both Capitalism and Socialism are economic strategies for Occult Slavery.
This world has been enslaved through Money for at least 6000 years. We have come completely full circle from the Ancient Sumerian form of Money and Economy. We have evolved through the Gold Standard, Barter and Trade and other such forms of Systems of Exchange, and today, we use pretty much the exact same system that was originally invented by the Sumerians 6000 years ago. We call it Fiat Currency. The only missing variable is that we don’t back it by anything of value, but that’s about to change along with some other things.