'Education' "Strange times are
these in which we live when old and young are taught
in falsehoods school. And the one man that dares to
tell the truth is called at once a lunatic and fool"
(Plato)
“Everything is good as it leaves the hands of the Author of things; everything degenerates in the hands of man.” Jean- Jacques Rousseau 'Education' is
the process whereby the world system promotes and
reinforces irrationality; separation. Natural man
has a need to be 'educated', to be programmed,
like a computer, he cannot function without a
program. 'Education' is coercive, it imposes false
information onto individuals. As I mentioned in my letter,
the 'education' of natural man starts very early in
his life. Once the shift has taken place, usually
within the first year of life, the blackboard is
ready for 'education'. From this point onward the
individual becomes a slave to the world's
'education' system. He becomes indoctrinated. Generally speaking the more 'educated' a person is, the more committed he is to promoting and maintaining the world system. Most of the 'developed' countries have a 'free' school 'education' system. The idea that a 'good education' makes a 'better' individual is widely held, a fallacy that is also prevalent amongst some believers. In supporting the world system, the individual is supporting his false identity. It is in his own self interest to become better 'educated'. Those who are well 'educated', enjoy positions of high standing, they are usually highly paid, and enjoy many privileges that are not afforded to the less 'educated'. 'Education' is imposed on the people of this world by coercing society to conform. " It is sad but true that most of the worst atrocities perpetrated on mankind, originated from the boardrooms of the highly 'educated'. In his book entitled: " Understanding the present " , Bryan Appleyard quotes Hugh Thomas, who wrote the following: " The country with the best education for the longest, the nation with the most serious preoccupation with learning, the people with the highest literacy in the world in the eighteenth century were the authors of Auschwitz." Appleyard continues: " People and their bodies, living and dead, were used for experiments. There were live medical experiments in the concentration camps and, outside, psychiatrists and doctors selected subnormals, schizophrenics, manic depressives and alcoholics first to be sterilized and later killed. Neurologists then used the bodies for research and their findings were solemnly published in scientific journals." To
educate(learn), means to impose false
information, which has been '
learned ' by the previous generation, onto
the present generation, by natural man.
Education is subjective, a vicious circle
that maintains second hand knowledge,
false information, derived from the
delusional mindset of natural man. The question that comes to mind then, is how do we transfer wisdom(objective knowledge), acquired by the previous generation, to the present generation? We do it by means of excovery. Excovery is a new word which I have coined, which is derived from the new verb, "excover". The word excover, in turn, is derived from, "explore" and "discover", and can be defined as follows: To
excover is to explore
nature(reality), with the purpose of
discovering the real world we live
in. Excovery belongs to spiritual man.
That which has been excovered, remains
permanent, it is objective. Education:
The student enters the math classroom
and is told that today he is going to
learn a very important theorem, the
Pythagorean theorem. The teacher writes
the following on the blackboard: AB^2 +
BC^2 = AC^2. He then shows the
student the conventional
skewed diagram of 3^2 + 4^2 = 5^2,
as an example, to 'prove' the theorem.
He is told to memorize this theorem,
because it illustrates that the
sum of the squares(areas) of the sides
of a rectangle, are equal to the
square(area) of the diagonal. He is told
to memorize the theorem which Pythagoras
formulated, so that he will know it from
memory, when exam time comes. The
student learns the theorem like a
parrot, and passes his math exam. Excovery:
The
student enters the math classroom and is
told that today he is going to discover
a very important theorem, the
Pythagorean theorem. The teacher draws
the following diagram on the blackboard: He then explains
that according to the Pythagorean
theorem the surface area of the large
square(yellow, green, blue, purple
triangles), is equal to the sum
of the surface areas of the two smaller
squares( yellow,
green, blue, purple triangles). After
exploring the diagram for a while the
student discovers that the Pythagorean
theorem is true(real). The student's
common sense has helped him to excover
the theorem. The teacher will
then go on to show the student how the
theorem can be verified with numbers,
{AB^2 + 1} + {BC^2 +1} = AC^2 + 1, by
making the surface areas real, with the
help of the Pythagorean
theorem, which the student has just
excovered. In addition the
teacher can now show the student the
principle of rational numbers. The
surface area of the large square is the
whole 290/290, which is One(1), the
small square which is 145/290, which is
1/2, as well as the surface area
of the triangle, which is 1/4. The
surface areas are finite, and together
make up the whole, which is One. The
student has now also excovered the
rational numbering system. Something else
which is also now revealed to the
student, is the origin of the ' black
hole ' concept. A black hole is derived
from the idea that irrational numbers
are real numbers. In this example the
1/4(rational number) value for the
triangle, will be replaced by the
irrational(improper fraction) 145/2. The
black triangle in the first diagram
represents the idea of a black hole, a
two dimensional triangle without
substance, a fabrication of the
irrational mindset. |