Vaclav Havel died 18th December 2011. He is justifiably recognised as the hero of the Velvet Revolution that overthrew the communist regime in Czechoslovakia. That unstoppable wave of liberation transformed the country from a puppet Soviet satellite state to an independent sovereign country.
But what provoked the wave of liberation in the first place? The science suggests that the underlying cause of the Velvet Revolution was not the actions of one man, however heroic, but a shift in the nation’s ‘collective consciousness’. Read more ...
Within 4 days of the US military withdrawal, Baghdad suffered 16 bomb attacks that killed more than 70 people and injured over 200.
The article discusses an alternative to military occupation that ample research shows would have yielded sustainable results at a fraction of the cost. Read more ...
"Without a global revolution in the sphere of human consciousness nothing will change for the better in the sphere of our being as humans, and the catastrophe toward which the world is headed the ecological, social demographic or general breakdown of civilization will be unavoidable."