First and foremost, religion was created for 3 Primary purposes and then served a secondary purpose after its original inception. The very first organized religions were invented by what the Sumerians called the "Annunaki" about 6000 years ago, and various versions of it were given to the Sumerians, the Mayans, the Aztecs, and the Egyptians. You can verify this information yourself by reading Zechariah Sitchens translations of the Sumerian Clay Tablets. Michael Tellinger wrote a masterpiece on this history that he called "Slave Species of god" which helps put everything into proper perspective.
For eons we have been obsessed with slavery because we have been brainwashed with Religious Ideologies of hierarchy. And if it’s not Religion, it’s the Atheist Ideology of “Survival of the fittest,” based upon immature observations of nature. But in reality, there is no hierarchy, there is only Holographic Organization. The Galactic Core does not have more authority than the Star, or the Planet. The Lion does not have more authority than the hyena. The Tree does not have more authority than the flower. It is simply ridiculous to make these assumptions.
Both Capitalism and Socialism are economic strategies for Occult Slavery.
Everything in the value of a product or service hinges on the value of the time and energy of the people producing it. Why do think people say, "Time is money?" When you buy a product, you are paying for the cost of checking out at the register, stocking the shelf with the product, the cost of distributing the product to the store, manufacturing the product, the cost of manufacturing the materials used by the manufacturers and the cost of shipping those materials, the cost of mining or obtaining the raw materials and distributing those to the material mills and factories. Oh, and let’s not forget the value of the time spent marketing the products or services, or the time spent engineering the product, or the time that HR has to put in managing employees within the business, etc. etc. etc. EVERYTHING concerning the value of our products and services boils down to time spent in labor. Why do you think everything was so much cheaper when indentured servitude was legal?