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“Priest” Controllers (book excerpts)

A small enterprise has an official in charge. A large enterprise has several people in charge, under a chief executive officer. There are many rulers over all sorts of territories which are known by different names: provinces, regions, states, communities, republics etc. The particular name is not important. Each nation has a ruler, who is aided by a whole host […]

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Importance of Thought Continued (book excerpt)

Of course the physical labour on any project is absolutely necessary, but nothing can displace the primacy of thought. Thoughtlessness. Thought is capable of foreseeing any kind of accident. In thought there are no unforeseen situations. Yet all sorts of accidents and irregularities do happen. Why? Because of haste in turning the project into material reality; not allowing it to […]

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Time, Freedom and Thought – Importance of Thought (book excerpt)

“In the context of your technocratic society, Vladimir, Man’s thought is enslaved by the limits and conventions of this world. In fact, the technocratic world can only exist when the freedom of Man’s thought is nullified and the energy of his thought is absorbed by it.” “Something’s not clear to me here. Every Man over his lifetime can do a […]

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