Molecular Questions

2008-12-14 20:59:00

A reader asks if there's a difference between the spiritual molecular relationship and the more material ones such as molecular politics and the molecular business.

Indeed. There is a big difference between these two groups.

The organization of the spiritual molecular relationship is quite precise and demands certain numbers to obtain specific results. The spiritual molecular relationship among humans corresponds to the molecular relationship of the atoms. To produce a molecule of water demands to atoms of hydrogen and one of oxygen. Nothing else will do. Even so there certain combinations of humans having soul contact that will similarly produce specific results. There will definitely be molecules of 24 and 14, or two sevens. But in addition spiritual research will point us toward many other workable combinations producing varied results.

I used the word "molecular" in relation to the new political and business groups not because they are the same as the spiritual organizations, but because they lead to greater group work and they involve sharing group energy and thought. In other words they will be closer to the spiritual molecular relationship than what we have now, but they are definitely in a different category.

For instance, specific numbers are not needed for them to work. The molecular numbers are always helpful in enhancing the sharing of group energy. However no materialistic group in the immediate future will draw down a master to overshadow the group to make way for a spiritual flow. They can however be a conduit for heart and astral energy that gives the group a lower form of molecular life.

LWK pointed out that the decay he was worried about in the United States was moral and intellectual strength and because we have such a low quality person to work with it seems questionable to him the molecular politics could work.

First, let me agree with you that this is a real problem. All you have to do is watch Jay Leno interviewing some of these people off the street, many of whom have a college education. Yet some simple questions such as who is the VP or leader of the House of Representatives and they seem dumbfounded. Then he might ask something like who fought in the Civil War or in World War Two and they don't seem to know. It's discouraging indeed to see the ignorance of some of the young people out there.

We had a young guy in his 20's doing some work for us a while back and asked me which party I was a member of. I told them of the Libertarian and he didn't have a clue as to what that was. Then when I started telling him a few things I noticed that he didn't seem to know anything about current events or terms. He didn't even seem to know the difference between a liberal and a conservative. By the time I was done talking to him I was hoping that there weren't too many like him in my home state of Idaho. But, who knows, perhaps the youth are as ignorant here as the ones interviewed by Jay Leno.

Then too perhaps we can fall back on the thought that each generation thinks that youth has gone to hell in a handbasket and then the youth learn the lessons and wind up performing pretty well after all. Let us hope this will eventually be the case but I wouldn't bet my cable TV money on it. I think you're right, Larry, that we are definitely in the time where the youth of this generation are more morally and intellectually challenged than they have been for a long time.

Even in this generation there many good people that will surface and perform well. I see many young people in the military interviewed that look like very outstanding individuals that see service to their country and the world is a top priority. And I'm sure there are many others not in military and seek to serve humanity and perform well.

Molecular politics offers an important screening process that will weed out many of the ne'er-do-wells. That is in order to be a co-legislator one will have to show some initiative, volunteer and go through the procedure required to become a member. Then once he is a member and wants to vote on an issue he will have to study that issue to figure out how he wants to vote. This process will weed out the people of the mentality that answer Jay Leno's questions. Those who do participate as a co-legislator will normally be those who really care about their country.

And, as always, there is concern that pressure groups could infiltrate and tell thousands of people out how to vote in one big voting block but there are ways to circumvent such things. If we can create an organization that governs democratically by the votes of concerned citizens then we can create a much improved government and society.