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Who the Meek Are and How They Inherit the Earth
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When it comes to the topic of 2012 and Planet X, there is a consistent theme among government whistle-blowers.
To a man, they say the same three things. They argue that they are paying a terrible price for their honesty and they each proclaim to “know how Noah felt!”
However, the third thing they say constitutes a warning to anyone who'll listen: “It is time to get your spiritual house in order.” Although each of these men grasps this imperative on an intellectual level, all of them struggle mightily to understand how one achieves that outcome.
This more than anything else frames two critical questions: Who are the most likely to survive and how will they shape the future? In this article, we will identify these survivors and explain why they are the meek and, thus, specially marked to inherit the earth.
Who Are the Meek – Really?
We hear the term meek and we’re told that the meek will inherit the earth. However, this statement always seems like an irrelevant oxymoron because of how people presently define the word meek.
The various definitions are provided with intent, because the disinformation of the ruling elites is an ever present part of the human condition. Likewise, so is our aversion to confronting this reality.
Then again, there are exceptions to every rule and this was best summed up by President Abraham Lincoln (1809 - 1865) when he said, “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time.”
With this in mind, the first clue in identifying the “real” meek is to understand how the word itself has been defiled.
If we return to the original and current meanings of the word meek, a profile begins to emerge.
When the word meek was first used, it described people who naturally favor harmonious relations, peace, amity, and friendship—all of which relate to the notion of harmony. Therefore, the current definitions of meek are unnatural aberrations—or, in other words, disinformation.
The discussion of the religious, ethical, and philosophical implications of disinformation is of no consequence to the overarching issue of survival. This is because not one of our present-day religious faiths, forms of governance, or other institution has proven itself capable of surviving a protracted, global catastrophe.
In this same manner, the etymological root of the word meek also falls short of this same demonstration of longevity. Therefore, a different term is needed today, one that builds on this etymological root in a way that reflects our times. That new term for the meek is “spiritual thinker.”
Spiritual Thinkers – The New Meek
The overall population of spiritual thinkers (what one could call the “new meek”) is a small but growing population that is uniquely suited to the rigors of surviving a global catastrophe.
These people will come from all walks of life and respect and embrace each other with equal regard. Within this minority population, the single largest identifiable demographic group will be spiritual thinking Christians. (Please note: The author is a secular Jew.)
Spiritual thinking Christians are destined to take their place as part of a principal force for the enlightened survival of our species. By sheer weight of numbers, they arguably represent humanity’s greatest hope for an enlightened future. Likewise, they'll bear the greatest burden.
Conversely, doctrinal Christians will not do as well. Not because someone is better or worse, good or bad, a heretic or a faithful believer, or any other ego-based pronouncement for that matter, but because the three things that give spiritual Christian thinkers their natural survival advantage stem from their worldview, to wit:
To help in understanding these advantages of spiritual thinkers, a comparison with their doctrinal counterparts will illustrate the point.
Willpower of Truth
When it comes to natural advantages for success, two personal attributes top the list: willpower and intelligence. As for intelligence, we all must play the hand we're dealt.
Then again, willpower, which is widely believed to be mostly genetic, is something we can nonetheless develop and enhance, much like sculpting our bodies through exercise. But why do it?
The answer to that begins with another question: Who wants to live? Granted, this question may seem rhetorical if not frivolous. Of course, we all want to live – well mostly all.
However, in terms of surviving a global catastrophe that may take as long as a generation to resolve, the “who wants to live?” question takes on a whole new meaning. In those future dark times, it will be the first part of a morning roll, so see who shakes their heads yes and who shakes their heads no.
The point here is that we can stockpile all of the equipment, provisions, and medicines we want, but this does not necessarily give us the willpower to believe in a better future, to take the next step into a more dismal reality.
This is why this first of the three survival advantages discussed in this article represents an unbridgeable divide between spiritual and doctrinal thinkers.
Here is where Providence has prepared spiritual thinking Christians in a unique way. Even in comparison with other spiritual thinkers such as Jews and Buddhists, the penalties for marching to the beat of a different drummer are most severe for those who question the doctrine and dogma of a mainstream Christian institution.
Those who think that humiliating and shunning people who ask what are deemed to be heretical questions have helped foster a new kind of Christian.
Subjected to harsh criticism by authority figures and ostracized within their own circle of support, the amazing thing about spiritual thinking Christians is that they have no regrets and no complaints about their sacrifice. For them, despite all they've lost, there is no turning back because they now enjoy a deeper sense of confidence in their relationship with God than those who mock them.
Regardless of which side of the issue you're on, or whether you're just an onlooker, the undeniable fact is that making a sacrifice as great as spiritual thinking requires tremendous personal willpower.
Once these spiritual thinking Christians break rank with their institutions, they begin doing something that gives them an immense physiological advantage as global catastrophe survivors. They do what their God has told them to do: Think for themselves. And in terms of surviving a global catastrophe, this benefit has nothing to do with faith or doctrine.
In contrast, doctrinal thinkers are anchored to unassailable
absolutes, which are necessary constructs from an institutional standpoint.
Essentially, they believe the old adage about everyone singing from the same page.
This is because the human mind is a marvelous, programmable, biomechanical computer. When we compel ourselves to contemplate difficult topics that others shun, we press the need upon our wetware computer to create new neural circuitry to process these new demands.
It makes no difference whether the spiritual thinker is a Christian, a Jew, or a person of another faith. The result is the same. The spiritual thinker naturally sees the world objectively. This is a prerequisite for pursuing the truth no matter where it leads you. Ergo, spiritual thinkers have a plan A like doctrinal thinkers, but likewise, a plan B, a plan C, a plan D, and so forth.
On the other hand, doctrinal thinkers are invested in whatever plan A their authority figures ascribe. Should fate challenge that plan, intellectually or through an event, doctrinal thinkers will first seek to recover their investment.
This is when you hear them say things like, “God, why have you done this to me? I did everything I was told to do.” That kind of question usually gets zip for a response, so the next step is to attempt a reconciliation of the reality with the flaws of plan A, in the hope of seeing a return of continuity.
This is a curious oddity for those who believe in the Bible, because Revelations tells us that the Great Tribulation will devastate the whole world with earthquakes―earthquakes so large they flatten all the buildings in the world, including churches, synagogues, mosques, and other places of worship.
In that case, what will doctrinal thinkers do when the authority figures who do the thinking for them are buried under piles of debris? Try winging it with some hastily formulated plan B? Is that really wise?
Think about this. Doctrinal thinkers follow many different doctrines, with a winner-takes-all mind-set, in a global game of Russian roulette. One group of doctrinal thinkers will win and all the rest will lose, which means that the vast majority of doctrinal thinkers will founder in a global catastrophe. (Continue...)