The Modern Dance of Death
Fun until Collective Extinction
Better death than the truth about politics, economics and religion.
Much better than the dance of death is to recognize and develop yourself.
This is the collective Dance of Death in key words with some facts:
Contamination of all ecosystems are in an unstoppable momentum (inertia).
Nobody can bring this momentum to a standstill. Maybe we can? What do you think?
All critical human factors are interlinked in a variety of ways, so that the planet and all ecosystems will completely collapse within 20 to 30 years.
The potential extinction of 90% of humanity in this century is more than likely.
Imagine: Jesus Christ has come back, is on earth now.
He is a normal man, light years away from the old religious crap.
But he has ‘something’ that got lost already millennia ago.
What could he do to save humanity and human evolution?
The religions could not and cannot prevent this development.
Together with politics and the economy, they themselves are the cause
of the most abominable wars and of the current development
towards the global destruction of humanity and the planet.
Perhaps 90% of the world’s population will have to laugh themselves to death over the reincarnated Christ until the 10% survivors of Armageddon take his “educational enlightenment” seriously. Maybe 3-4 billion people will have first to listen to what the reincarnated Christ has to say. Unfortunately, Christ has no megaphone.
So, keep dancing happily on the dance of death until it’s too late, even for your children and grandchildren; also, for the rich.
What is most striking about meeting Dr. Schellhammer beyond his pleasant and polite manner; youthful disposition or passionate and sincere views on humanity and the planet, is his unshakable conviction that the world needs a new pioneering education. But exactly who is Dr. Schellhammer? Is he a Philosopher, an expert on Human Matters, a Psychologist, a prolific author of titles from psychology to politics and economics, an educator, or a visionary with a profound and beneficial insight into the human condition? The answer is that he is all that and more. In different age he would have been called a polymath, and probably kept close company with those giants of The Age of Enlightenment, like Jean Jacques Rousseau, Thomas Payne, perhaps even Thomas Jefferson.