Japan once indulged in the notion that its economy was a macro version of unbeatable economic strategy associated with technical innovation, quality and the nation’s powerful rise from the ruins of World War II. Now, Japan must do it again at a time of realizing its ingenuity as an island nation cut off from petroleum and the first nation to live through the horrendous consequence of nuclear destruction. Japan faces a choice that all the nations of world face on the important question of energy futures. This is a good sign for a new direction for a powerful industrial nation not wanting to be jeopardized.
The Keys of Enoch® speak of “man’s violation and destruction of his atmosphere…especially through his misuse of nuclear energy” (Key 118:3). The real story, however, is consciousness change that is necessary if we are to move to a different type of science and technology in harmony with nature. If Japan is the sign and barometer for the old nuclear industry of the world, in placing reactors along unsafe geographic locations, the real meaning to this event for all of us is to work for the protection of our human habitat and to nurture greater respect for “fusion” within the complexity of Life. We need a science that is human-orientated, not object-orientated, shaped by consciousness unfoldment which is the meaning of future science. We need a global ethic on the flowing dynamics of the boundaries of consciousness that sees the integration of human values and respect for all life forms.
Now is the time for the Green Phoenix to arise. In my discussions with leading Japanese scientists it is clear that the country that brought the innovations of the “automobile as a green car” to the United States would not be stymied by lack of vision, no matter what the political climate. Not surprisingly, revolutionary technology making use of vacuum energy, non-chemical levitation, and mechanical-to-electrical conversion prototypes bodes well for the future if nuclear hazards can be curbed now.
Leadership in Tokyo and the world needs to recognize that this nuclear crisis is not a passing event in one distant part of the world. Unless the leaders from all sides go to work, Japan’s economic prospects will dim along with the neon signs around the nations of the Pacific. Japan may be the first real nation to wake up, move to renewables and begin to develop new and available technologies associated with electromagnetic motors and oxy-hydrogen fuel. We seem to be not the only ones watching these events; there were a score of unusual light objects, from unknown sources, over the Fukushima plants shortly after the disaster. Greater Lights will ultimately appear all over the sky as the world begins to move towards a super-energy source so we can be prepared for the many cosmic cultures within the House of Many Mansions.
— J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D
Summer/Autumn 2011, Series 6 Volume 7
Cosmic Anthropology: Towards a New Holism in Science, Part 1
Davide Fiscaletti and Amrit Sorli
Tischrede: The Japanese Nuclear Meltdown and the Need to Shift Away from Nuclear Power
J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D. and Desiree Hurtak, Ph.D.
Cosmic Anthropology: Towards a New Holism in Science, Part 2
Davide Fiscaletti and Amrit Sorli
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