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Occupy Wall Street and Collective Consciousness

There is a global awakening occurring which involves a shift in
consciousness on many levels as evidenced by the Occupy Wall Street movement, which has caught on globally as individuals are awakening to a global collective consciousness in unity against the tyranny and oppression of all governments and in particular, a banking system that has made us all economic slaves.
Global consciousness is an awakening of the human mind from an individualistic perspective to a global perspective.  In other words, the consciousness arises from our collective actions and works toward the common goal of what is in the best interests of humanity.
A growing trend in the Occupy Wall Street movement has been the addition of group meditation. 
According to the Journal for Conflict resolution, it only takes the square root of 1% of the human population (approximately 9,000 of the 7
billion people on this planet) to change reality, the future and
current war scenarios.
In other words, the feeling and intent of the Occupy Wall Street
movement has magnified throughout the grid of global consciousness as is reflected through truth and the uniting of the global mindset.To phrase this differently, once the bottom of the pyramid unites, the
rest will collapse.
There are over 7 billion people on this planet who are being manipulated by a handful of people whose main concern is to control the population through economic slavery and eugenics.  This is no longer tolerable.  As more people awaken to the tyranny and oppression of all
governments, the Occupy Wall Street movement will only continue to expand to literally global proportions. 
In the end the light always wins...

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Is There Scientific Evidence?

If more and more people are talking about collective consciousness, is there any scientific evidence to back it up? Yes – and that’s important. Rigorous science helps us avoid the fuzzy thinking and unquestioned assumptions that too often characterize spiritual and New Age discussions. Moreover, science may ultimately introduce mainstream society to collective consciousness and demonstrate how it can benefit us all.
Over the past 12 years, I’ve studied a good deal of intriguing research about collective consciousness. It suggests that we influence each other in many subtle, yet powerful ways, and that our collective wisdom and creativity can be harnessed for the common good...

http://www.collectivewisdominitiative.org/papers/kenny_scien...

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"Stand up for what you believe in. Even if you stand alone."
~ Sophie Magdalena Scholl
"Let it not be said that we did nothing."
~ Ron Paul
"You must be the change you want to see in the world."
~ Mahatma Gandhi

Going to Occupy Your Hometown? Heeeerre's Your Sign!

7 Core Demands from the Occupy Wall Street Movement

1) End the Collusion Between Government and Large Corporations/Banks, So That Our Elected Leaders Are Actually Representing the Interests of the People (the 99%) and Not Just Their Rich Donors (the 1%).

2) Investigate Wall Street and Hold Senior Executives Accountable for the Destruction in Wealth that has Devastated Millions of People.

3) Return the Power of Coining Money to the U.S. Treasury and Return to Sound Money

4) Limit the Size, Scope and Power of Banks so that None are Ever Again “Too Big to Fail” and in Need to Taxpayer Bailouts

5) Eliminate “Personhood” Legal Status for Corporations

6) Repeal the Patriot Act, End the War on Drugs and Protect Civil
Liberties

7) End All Imperial Wars of Aggression, Bring the Troops Home from All Countries, Cut the Military Budget and Limit The Military Role to Protection of the Homeland

http://www.goldstockbull.com/articles/7-demands-from-occupy-...

I'd proudly wear any of these!

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"Stand up for what you believe in. Even if you stand alone."
~ Sophie Magdalena Scholl
"Let it not be said that we did nothing."
~ Ron Paul
"You must be the change you want to see in the world."
~ Mahatma Gandhi

great article.

I spoke with police today at Occupy Chicago and they really appreciated those of us that confront troublemakers at these events before the police have to. Violence will break this movement.

Ron Paul on Occupy Wall Street:
“But I think that the majority of them think government is the problem and taxes are too high and they know that the Federal Reserve plays a role in this, which, of course, is something I agree with.”

Thanks for bumping, Armyfree.

Thanks for bumping, Armyfree. Stopping violence before it can start will do wonders to maintain the power of this movement. Thank you for all that you do!

I believe that this movement is a manifestation of the people's fondest wishes. WE CREATED THIS - those of us who have held a vision in our hearts of a day that would come, when all men would be liberated from the shackles of the powerful elite. When we would be freed from the usury of their powerful banks, and more recently, freed from the unelected power of corporate fascism in our public policies. We collectively created this movement with our prayers, hopes and dreams. Power to the people!

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"Stand up for what you believe in. Even if you stand alone."
~ Sophie Magdalena Scholl
"Let it not be said that we did nothing."
~ Ron Paul
"You must be the change you want to see in the world."
~ Mahatma Gandhi

The first side to use violence uses.

That is why the citizens must incite the police to use violence by participating in non-violent civil disobedience.

Like trying to serve an arrest warrant to Ben Bernanke for financial crimes against humanity, and to appear in the "peoples court".

Lol!!

I think you meant the first side to use violence loses, right? :)
Thanks for bumping!

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"Stand up for what you believe in. Even if you stand alone."
~ Sophie Magdalena Scholl
"Let it not be said that we did nothing."
~ Ron Paul
"You must be the change you want to see in the world."
~ Mahatma Gandhi

Also from the article:

It is of great importance to learn from history. The 1960’s peace movement was infiltrated by agent provocateurs, who posed as peaceful protesters, but were actually there to incite violence in order to influence and manipulate the public opinion of a growing movement that promoted peace and love.
It is at this point where the MSM becomes involved, magnifying the dissent wile minimalizing the core issues.
With the lone exception of some minor coverage by MSNBC, there has been relatively no coverage of one of the biggest news stories since 911 by the main stream media (MSM), which explains why viewership on all major TV networks has significantly dropped.  This also parallels the dramatic decline in newspaper subscriptions as more and more people are turning to alternative news websites for a subjective look into what is really going on in this world. The internet has played a large role of allowing people to be able to access information immediately versus waiting for the MSM to spin any given headline into propaganda.  As more people are awakening, they are beginning to see through the facade of the MSM, whose propaganda is solely used to influence public opinion [in order to enable corporate entities, like Koch Industries, to work towards privatizing public policy].

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"Stand up for what you believe in. Even if you stand alone."
~ Sophie Magdalena Scholl
"Let it not be said that we did nothing."
~ Ron Paul
"You must be the change you want to see in the world."
~ Mahatma Gandhi

Ha! Old Codgers of the world, UNITE!

Ha! Old Codgers of the world, UNITE! Yes, I are one! LOL!

"I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this any more!"
- Howard Beale