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Esoteri-politics: Law of One

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This got archived immediately at /pol/

http://www.socialmemorycomplex.net/features/the-political-implications-of-the-law-of-one.html

most salient points:
>Politics is about how people make decisions in groups
>tension between individualism and collectivism drives much of the political debate
>groups result from individuals cooperating in an immediate, personally defined sense with other individuals
>Sometimes, however, the group begins to assume an identity all it's own - an identity that transcends the individual members and their individual agendas
Remind you of anything? "/pol/ isn't one person" comes to mind as a poignant quote. No, /pol/ is not one person - /pol/ has a identity that transcends all of the individual members of its group.
>A mind/body/spirit social complex becomes a social memory complex when its entire group of entities are of one orientation or seeking
A major shill tactic is divide-and-conquer
>A mind/body/spirit social complex becomes a social memory complex when its entire group of entities are of one orientation or seeking
It's not just an advocacy group
>So what do we do about the institutions in which we currently participate?

>First of all, we should take personal responsibility for living lives of service to others, and not count on institutions to do that work for us. The government may patrol your streets and feed your homeless, but that is no substitute for your reaching out and personally expressing that portion of the Creator that only you can. The more we think of ourselves as part of a collective that is not reducible to national, ideological, ethnic, or other arbitrary characteristics, the more we will start to see that "service to others" is merely a matter of choosing from a wide variety of work those tasks that best fulfill our unique and irreplaceable concept of the Creator

https://www.lawofone.info

The Law of One, or Ra Material, syncretizes world religions and provides us a superb motivation. What do you all think?