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Wade Frazier

Energy and the Human Journey: Where We Have Been; Where We Can Go

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As I began this series of posts with, sociality is an evolutionary adaptation that enhances species survival.  The Hidden Life of Trees shows how trees are social and form communities, and they feed and protect their offspring.  Social animals have all manner of behavior to form and regulate their societies, and all manner of biological changes have happened as part of social adaptation.  Hive insects have very specialized roles for the members of their societies, such as a queen and drones being the only ones who engage in reproduction, with specialists who care for the offspring.  The rise of hive insects was dependent on the new energy source provided by flowering plants, which may have evolved from the browsing pressure of dinosaurs.

Societies of the same species can fight each other, vying for dominance and survival, and territoriality is common.  Simians are highly social, and monkeys engage in crude forms of politics that have been called Machiavellian, which can be lethal.  Apes engage in more sophisticated forms of politics, which reached its peak in chimps.  Ape dimorphism is thought to result from sexual selection, which favored bigger, stronger males in their fight for survival and mating privileges.  That evolutionary legacy is still reflected in humanity.  

While chimps have murderous and even genocidal politics, when gorillas left the range and isolated some chimps, their food supply doubled, females came to dominate, and they became the most peaceful apes of all, more peaceful than any human society has ever been, with no record of a violent death.  Without that economic windfall, the bonobos’ reengineering of their societies would not have happened.  After a career spent studying chimps, Frans de Waal put their social intelligence on par with humanity’s.  The limbic system and related brain matter is the same size for both humans and chimps.  Human emotional development is no more advanced than a chimp’s.  Humans excel in the areas of logic and toolmaking, and one hypothesis relating to human brain size is that it evolved to better navigate the human social environment, and the other uses were a “bonus,” which is a standard evolutionary situation.

The path between the human/chimp split and humanity is rich in controversy, and there is speculation that such intermediate species might have had social organization like macaques and even bonobos, but it appears that australopiths and Neanderthals were patrilocal, which continued all the way back to gorillas.  Were there any bonobo-like societies on the path to humanity from chimps?  Maybe, but when Homo erectus appeared on the evolutionary scene, the path saw an increase in reliance on hunting and strength, which was the male province.  If there were any bonobo-like times on that journey to humanity, they likely did not last long.

There is evidence of professional butchery 400,000 years ago, which likely means that the social organization of human hunter-gatherer bands in the Second Epoch were either established or well on their way to it by then.  In those bands, men were kept in line, with no man allowed to dominate, as there was not the energy surplus to afford it.  The late Second Epoch is also the most violent period of the human journey, with a third of all men dying violently, which is less than the half of male chimps dying violently, so we might say that there was some “progress.”

Humans have never attained the zero-violent-death ideal that bonobos achieved, but where the easy meat had been hunted to extinction and the climate was conducive to it, women domesticated plants, their status rose enough so that those cultures became matrilocal, broke up the male gangs, and those are humanity’s most peaceful preindustrial cultures.  There was a brief Golden Age of the Hunter Gatherer, until the easy meat was rendered extinct, but it was short-lived, and as that easy meat went extinct, fierce territoriality reappeared and it got violent again.  

Where agriculture led to civilization, women’s status universally declined, as they became the broodmares of agrarian societies, and it did not rise again until the Industrial Revolution.  The differences between societies in each Epoch were far smaller than the similarities.  The differences between the Epochs were the important ones, and they were all dependent on each Epoch’s surplus energy.  Without the great increase in surplus energy over the previous Epoch, the succeeding Epoch would not have happened.  I doubt that I can overemphasize that, especially when that reality is rarely discussed on Earth today, and people think that reshuffling the deck of scarcity is meaningful.  It is only meaningful on an egocentric level, or how one in-group prospers at the expense of another.  There is nothing new about that, and it goes all the way back to the beginnings of sociality.  

I also cannot overemphasize that the social changes of each Epoch were a result of them, not a cause.  A Karl Marx would not have written his work in the Third Epoch.  He couldn’t have.  Nobody even challenged slavery as an institution until the Industrial Revolution began.  That burgeoning proletariat of peasants severed from the land, forming the workforce of the Industrial Revolution, did not exist until the Industrial Revolution.  In 1500 England, enslaving strangers found in the countryside was standard practice.  

Each Epoch had social regulation that was germane to the Epoch, which made no economic sense in another.  A new Epoch never happened by some change in social organization.  The social organization changed as a result of the Epoch, which is partly why Marxism never really succeeded.  The Fourth Epoch is still based on scarcity, for all of its seeming advances.  Marxism and capitalism are merely different ways of slicing up the scarce economic pie, and in a world of scarcity, greed rules.  Greed is a big reason why all free energy efforts to date have failed, on both the side of the organized suppression and the aspirants.  

The Fourth Epoch’s social changes were more radical in ways than the Third’s, which were more radical than the Second’s.  While slaves and women were liberated, the nature of elites changed.  No longer did elites claim divine status, abetted by the priesthood, particularly as the agrarian religions of the Third Epoch lost their sway.  The Fourth Epoch’s elites were those who amassed huge fortunes by controlling Fourth Epoch economies.  Uncle Noam’s work has been very illuminating in this regard.  The English Civil Wars in the 1600s, as usual, came relatively late in Europe, beginning in the 1640s, as a century in warfare in Continental Europe was coming to an end, culminating in the devastating Thirty Years’ War, in which the Catholic Church permanently lost its dominance in Northern Europe.  When the English Civil Wars ended, the power of English royalty was permanently reduced, and as naked violence became obsolete as a means of elite control over the masses, controlling what people thought became an English specialty, which its eventual offspring, the USA, took to unprecedented levels.  It is no coincidence that dystopian novels such as 1984 and Brave New World were written by English authors who saw where English and American brainwashing techniques were headed.  

By the early 20th century, great fortunes had been amassed by the Robber Barons, led by John D. Rockefeller, history’s first billionaire, who made it by monopolizing the great new energy source, oil.  His unethical and criminal business tactics were legendary, and he soon engaged in the charade of “philanthropy.”  After his strikebreakers machine-gunned striking coal miners, and killed women and children in the process, Rockefeller’s public image was at about Genghis Khan’s level, so he hired a rival Robber Baron’s publicist and the era of public relations began.  One of that publicist’s stratagems was that Rockefeller carry around a bag of dimes and give one to everybody that he met, in those grotesque early days of public relations.  It soon gave way to scientific methods of managing the public mind, as exemplified by Edward Bernays, who wrote a book titled Propaganda, but with a positive technical meaning, of getting the unwashed masses to believe what was good for them.  Among Bernays’s triumphs were helping addict American women to tobacco and helping perform the makeover of a brain-damaging toxic industrial waste into “medicine,” which is added to America’s water supply to this day.

Those are not bygone days.  My former partner heard from David Rockefeller just before another government/media attack came, and that time, my partner was run out of the USA.  The American media is little more than an industry devoted to brainwashing, but as history’s most sophisticated incarnation of the practice, its victims think that they are getting the “news,” education, and the like.  The American people are a huge, socialized herd, worshipping a flag and engaging in other inanities that make Mao’s social control practices seem tame.

But that all pales next to history’s greatest cover-up, whose primary upshot is that the technologies to usher humanity into the Fifth Epoch are already here.  That is where the work of Steven Greer and the few others like him is salutary.  One of the other upshots of those sequestered technologies is that even the West’s vaunted science and technology is as primitive as a caveman’s club compared to what those technologies reveal.  Today’s physics textbooks might make good doorstops, if and when those technologies come into the light of public awareness.  

As with the other Epochs, sociality in the Fifth Epoch will look unrecognizable to people in the Fourth.  Many aspects of the Fifth Epoch will be unrecognizable to people of the Fourth.  For one thing, elites will cease to exist, which is why they have been so actively suppressing those Epochal technologies.  It will be Game Over for elites in the Fifth Epoch, and they know it, and the worst of them would rather destroy Earth than lose their power over humanity.  

The vast majority of humanity has easily been brainwashed by the population control practices of the Fourth Epoch, with exceedingly few awakening beyond their conditioning, not far removed from how Neo awoke in The Matrix after taking the red pill.  Almost nobody on Earth today has what it takes to take the red pill, which is why the social approach to initiating the Fifth Epoch is highly unlikely to work, which is why I doubt that approaches such as Greer’s have a prayer of success.  But not all is lost.  A path of love and sentience might have a chance, which is what I am trying to find out.  

Best,

Wade

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I might make one more sociality post, to finish it off for now (and perhaps discuss what sociality could look like in the Fifth Epoch), but I want to do something that I have not quite done before, and sketch out what science, technology, and spirituality might look like in the Fifth Epoch.  That heavenly Roads world has long been one of the stars that I steer by.  In that world, somebody like me has lower-than-average intelligence, and what I spent a lifetime learning, the average child learns in a week or two.  That world’s technologies are supremely harmonious with all life, and either humans developed the ability to interact with the consciousness of plants and animals, or the humans in that world raised up plant and animal consciousness to levels far above today’s.  Either possibility, or both, is astounding.  

That reality obviously enjoyed free energy technology, and it had leapt far beyond the solid-state technology that Sparky Sweet developed or what my friend saw.  As Roads’s mentor stated, love made it all possible.  That hellish world was also technologically advanced, but it made Blade Runner’s LA appear heavenly in contrast, and the people there obviously did not live in abundance, but in carefully contrived scarcity and misery.

Those children who greeted Roads in that heavenly world had spiritual perceptions far beyond those of people today, and telepathy was likely a normal part of life.  Even calling it “spiritual” is limiting, as is calling their practices “science,” as neither one resembles today’s versions of them very closely.  What is today called New Age spirituality is but a hint of what kinds of spiritual practices abound there.  

One aspect of what is happening on Earth today, which is not the case in that heavenly Roads world, is that what we call lower astral beings actively encourage Godzilla and friends, and they do what they can to thwart people such as Dennis, Greer, Brian, me, etc.  They can petition to make our karma due and payable immediately, and other tricks, which can help knock us off the rails.  In that heavenly Roads world, they could not have any influence, even if they wanted to.

Here is an example of today’s science that will become like cave drawings in the Fifth Epoch.  The wave/particle duality of photons and subatomic particles is likely related to the zero-point field, as interdimensional energy is what sustains the field, and that wave/particle duality reflects that interdimensional nature.  In Greer’s latest book, he described captured ET energy technology that looked like a plate of glass that you could hold in your hand, and it could power a flashlight or a city.  It is obviously tapping that invisible energy source.  Those paradoxes will be resolved in the Fifth Epoch.  

Science in the Fifth Epoch will have some resemblance to today’s, and hypotheses and testing will still likely have its place, but the big revolution will hinge on ending the denial of the abilities of consciousness that is a matter of faith in today’s materialistic science.  Materialism is a religion, and it will go the way of all of today’s religions.  They will all be discarded as primitive.  What only today’s spiritual masters achieve will be normal in the Fifth Epoch, such as Andra’s abilities.  

Is all of that going to happen overnight, or even in my lifetime?  No.  But the Fifth Epochal Event is going to open the door to it.  When scarcity and fear are no longer the constant background hum of our reality, the human potential is going to flower in ways that are scarcely imaginable today.  

Best,

Wade

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I’ll try to wrap up these sociality posts for now, and as I did yesterday on what the science and spirituality changes might be in the Fifth Epoch, here is one on the possible changes in sociality.  Some I consider very likely, and some are a bit more speculative, aspirational, and long-term, as the arc of the Epoch progresses, as it did for the prior Epochs.  As the sociality in each Epoch was radically different from what came before, for this most epochal of Epochal Events, the social changes should be comparably Epochal.  

Again, as I learned the hard way over many years, more than 99% of humanity currently reacts to the idea of free energy with denial and fear, and won’t begin to understand until free energy is a daily reality.  That is how it was for all Epochs, and there is no use to judging humanity for where it resides today on this issue.  This post is about what happens on the other side of that hump, when and if humanity gets over it.  

With free energy comes true economic abundance for the first time in the human journey.  No brief Golden Age until the new energy source gets exhausted, no relative abundance for a fortunate few, while the rest toil on the brink of survival.  When humanity enjoys abundant and clean energy for the first time, what is going come with it, socially?  Scarcity and fear as organizing principles, with in-groups and out-groups battling over scarce resources, should vanish.  We are all behaviorally modern, and the seeming differences in humanity today are merely their adaptations to their economic situations.  

The nuclear family will likely become obsolete in the Fifth Epoch.  Women are not going to be economically dependent on providing/protecting men, and sex is going to rarely mean procreation.  Humanity will likely become more bonobo-like.  A mother and her offspring may still be the primary unit of social organization, but that may also change.  I am also not referring to bereft mothers and fathers, but something vastly more enlightened, loving, and fun will replace the nuclear family.  Some who still want to interact that way will, but it will become just one more option, and it is likely that few will avail themselves of it.  The nuclear family may be seen as quaint.  Sex, procreation, and child-rearing will become far more flexible in the Fifth Epoch.  All children will be raised in loving and safe environments, and will have opportunities that today’s children do not remotely enjoy.  In that heavenly Roads world, the average six-year-old is smarter and more informed than anybody on Earth today, and their so-called psychic abilities are far and away more accomplished than virtually anybody’s on Earth today.  It will take centuries to get to that level, but in the near-term, I see education as becoming fun for children, not dreary rote exercises and regimentation, and the learning will never end for anybody.  

Nations will quickly become obsolete in the Fifth Epoch, as will elites, who were always economic elites above all else.  In a world of abundance, economic elites will no longer make any sense, and anybody who tried to play that role would quickly discover how nonsensical it would be, as would everybody around them.  The ideas of rich and poor will stop having any meaning.  Along with the disappearance of nations will be races, as geographical isolation will vanish.  Also, cities as we know them will become obsolete.  Nobody will want to live cheek-by-jowl with their neighbors.  Social gatherings will be by choice, not necessity or survival.  Celebrity culture will disappear with elites.  

One thing that I constantly see is people reacting to the idea of the Fifth Epoch with imagining interstellar wars, universal megalomania, greed reaching surreal levels, and the like, but I see those ideas as only projections of scarcity and fear onto a situation of abundance.  Those are nothing more than fearful fantasies, although I advocate those peacekeeping grandmothers while they are needed, which should only be a generation or so, until the utter and suicidal stupidity of playing those games becomes obvious to all (like playing Russian Roulette), and people will wonder at how our species could have been so primitive, but they will also realize what scarcity and fear can do to people.  

Professions as we know them will likely disappear, especially all of those involved with economic exchange.  Nobody will do anything because they have to, but because they want to.  I strongly doubt that humanity will become a bunch of hedonistic, obese couch potatoes, like we see in much of the USA today.  Most of that seeming hedonism is a brief escape from the misery of their lives, even in history’s richest and most powerful nation, which became so rich and powerful through monstrous crimes, which continue to this day.  

Even though we can see glimpses of what I am describing on Earth today, such as Bill Gates’s relatively modest lifestyle and the erosion of the institution of marriage in the USA, nearly all of what I am describing in this post won’t happen until free energy does.  I constantly see scientifically illiterate New Agers and others advocate abundance ideas, but their “solutions” are bereft of realistic ideas for making it happen, like thinking that humanity could go to the Moon with hay-powered rockets.  Sociality has always been an adaptive response to energy availability, and it won’t be any different this time.  

I know that more than 30 years of imagining what free energy can mean is only scratching the surface.  I can no more predict all of the changes in the Fifth Epoch than an English peasant in 1500 could predict my life today.  But the exercise can be a fun and productive one.  

Best,

Wade

 

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I was driven out of my sleep to write this one.  I was dreaming/thinking about my mother, in a state where the barrier between dreaming and wakefulness was blurred.  I suppose that it came from a few directions.  One is that I am reading one of Uncle Ed’s first political books, on the American atrocities in Vietnam and how the American media treated them, written long before his partnership with Uncle Noam, and another was a post that has been in the back of my mind for some time.

The bottom line is this: if you are choir material, almost nobody in your life is even capable of understanding what makes you tick, and it usually leads to heartache if you even try to help them understand.  My parents raised me to be a Golden Boy, and when it came down to it, neither one had the foggiest idea what my motivation was.  They were only capable of projecting their self-serving motivation at me, which has nothing to do with intelligence; my father’s IQ was about twice my mother’s.  It is a matter of the heart.  

Those who are going to be choir material are our world’s givers, not takers, and those around them generally do not so much see them as givers, but as suckers.  If you are one of those over overgrown Boy or Girl Scouts, you have had a lifetime of people trying to parasitize you, and they would happily take all that you had until they sucked you dry and moved on to seek their next meal ticket, and if your well ran dry, they would have an indignant sense of entitlement and not the slightest sense of gratitude for what they previously sucked out of you.  You eventually had to learn some kind of defense mechanism so that you were not constantly being leeched, and could give at a rate that you could afford.  But those that you gave to almost never understood your motivation, and you came to accept it.  It did not make you “better” or “worthier” than them.  You are just at a different place in your soul’s journey.  In our world, such perceptions are not encouraged, and it is not easy to get there and stay, as sliding back into egocentric awareness is easy to do, in a world where vices are turned into virtues.  

All of my fellow travelers that I respect have experienced what I am writing about, to one degree or another.  This is just the terrain that awaits such people, in a world of scarcity and fear, which is partly why I say that making the Fifth Epochal Event happen will take an unprecedented level of integrity and sentienceRelinquishing judgment of humanity’s egocentric tunnel vision is part of the path of being productive in this Epochal task.  Being in that state of judgment is not fun, either.  You can only let it go with love, which will lead to a larger framework of awareness.  Again, that is not an easy trick on Earth today, but in the Fifth Epoch, such states will be far easier to attain.  

Best,

Wade

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I am going to go quiet for a few days, and just some odds and ends today.  I have written that what the USA did in Southeast Asia rivalled anything that the Nazis did.  I may be been too conservative.  In one of Uncle Ed’s earliest political books that I am reading, on Vietnam and atrocities, he cited a journalist who saw Vietnam as well as Europe during World War II, who said that what the Americans had done was, “much worse than what the Nazis did to Europe.”  I heard enough stories from American soldiers that I don’t doubt it.  History’s greatest killing machine was used on a nation of peasants.  Nixon even threatened to nuke them, taking a page from his mentor, John Foster Dulles, but somehow the USA is the force of light on Earth.  There has been about zero introspection in the American media over what the USA did to Southeast Asia.  When Uncles Noam and Ed wrote a book on how the USA was reconstructing its imperial ideology after Vietnam, the publishing company that first printed their book was destroyed by its owner, to prevent the book’s publication.  The Nazi book burners probably never went that far.  Hitler’s genocidal programs for Eastern Europe were literally inspired by the USA.  

I regularly get approached by people who really don’t understand what I am doing, and that is OK.  Hardly anybody on Earth will begin to understand until free energy is delivered into their lives.  Dennis may well die before he sees any real-world fruit to his efforts, and I may also die before free energy begins to manifest, but that does not mean that I consider my work an exercise in futility.  The biggest event in the human journey is not going to come easily.  I have been at this for more than 40 years, and will be at it for another 30 or more if I am lucky.  I am taking an approach never tried before, beginning a conversation that I intend will reach levels never seen before on Earth.  It has already been a success.  I have begun the idea of a choir.  Maybe that is all that I will ever accomplish, and if so, that is fine by me.  Others may come along and do a much better job of this than I ever could.  The pioneers never have it easy.

I have stated before that if I contributed just 0.001% to making free energy happen, that would be fine by me.  Humanity may still go over the cliff, but I sleep at night knowing that I did everything that I could, and I am not nearly finished.  It is all gravy from here.  

I also am regularly approached by people who try to read my big essay, but it is too difficult for them, largely because they do not have scientific backgrounds.  I wrote that essay with the scientifically illiterate in mind.  I doubt that people need to be geniuses or scientists to digest that essay, but I don’t kid myself that it is going to be easy.  But only people who have digested or are digesting that essay are going to be choir material.  If Bucky Fuller was alive today, he would understand what I am doing, and would likely be doing something like what I am.  This is going to start slowly, as anything like this ever has.  The first singers will be the hardest to train.  There is a lot of work to do.  

Best,

Wade

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One of the joys of developing a comprehensive perspective is that so many subjects become highly interesting, and following their development can be edifying, and not just to satisfy one’s curiosity, but it can help with what I am doing.  For all of its limitations, today’s science progresses on many fronts, and the various disciplines can interrelate in important ways.  

I have been reading Scientific American every month for years, and the sites I regularly hit also help keep me abreast of the latest findings, in many disciplines.  Also, I get bombarded by my circles on various topics.  One pal is sure to email me on the latest findings in astronomy, another on various fringe topics, especially medicine, another on free energy developments, and so on.  I get on distribution lists for which I have no idea how they got my email address.  Even though I have tried to pull in my horns and be fairly quiet on the correspondence front, as I concentrate on many important tasks in my life, and I am not getting any younger, I can’t help but hear about the latest findings in many fields, and lately, I have been repeatedly hearing about new fossil finds in Morocco (and here, for instance).

New human-line findings often show that events happened earlier than previously thought, and it is no different with these latest findings.  Rather unfortunately, such findings are often delivered with hyperbole, usually directed toward the laity.  East Africa, around the horn, has been a hotspot of primate evolution for many millions of years, but anybody who has done much study of the subject knows that South Africa has also been a focus of the human past, and there have been great primate and human migrations in and around Africa for many millions of years, going back to the Miocene apes.  During the Middle Stone Age, the human line was all over Africa, Europe, and Asia.  It is no surprise that today’s Morocco is someplace where human-line remains would be found, and it is far from the first time.  Morocco has been a focus for many years.  The Mediterranean’s periphery is rich with human-line fossils.  South Africa, East Africa, and North Africa all had similar environments, and were all quite amenable to hosting early humans.  The African rainforest and Sahara Desert don’t seem to have been auspicious places for human-line evolution, but everyplace else in Africa hosted the human line, at one time or another.  The big evolutionary jump in the human line was the appearance of Homo erectus (and the line from chimps to Homo erectus is also highly important), and everything since then has been relatively minor.  As the announcement of that latest finding noted, the evolution of the human brain is the notable aspect of recent human evolution, but it has been that way for the past two million years.

This latest find might indeed push back the appearance of Homo sapiens by a hundred thousand years.  It is way too early to make sensational announcements, but those are also common in this field.  Africa is full of fossil diggers, dreaming of the ultimate find.  Will this recent find end up pushing back the accepted appearance of Homo sapiens by a hundred thousand years?  It could, but new findings such as these are always put to the test, and we will see how it weathers the challenges that are sure to come.  I may update my big essay with this finding, which is an example of how I will be updating my big essay until I am too old to do it anymore, as science is always on the move.  Interesting times.  

Best,

Wade

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I was traveling last week, picked up some airport reading material, read an article about the migration of vertebrates to land, and the current focus on Romer’s Gap. What a way to waste time!  :) I ended up diving back into it, which is one of the more fascinating times of Earth’s history for me.  Not only is Romer’s Gap under siege, but so is Peter Ward’s oxygen hypothesis for it (1, 2).  That is supposed to be how science works.  My essay update will include the recent findings.  There is quite an opposition among various paleobiologists to the idea that oxygen levels had much to do with many key evolutionary events.  How much of Ward’s Out of Thin Air will become a dated relic?  Maybe a lot of it will, but I think that oxygen levels will eventually find an important place in paleobiology and evolutionary theory.  

Watching the debate and crossfire of scientific papers can be very educational, and is really one of the most important aspects of what I am trying to do, choir-wise.  Science is arguably more about the questions than the answers.  It can be enthralling to watch how scientific questions are raised and pursued, and how the answers lead to evermore questions.  Science is ideally a process of discovery.  Understanding the process is important, maybe more so than the findings.

Best,

Wade

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