Regeneration. A reply to Max Nordau

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Seedheads of wild wheat, for example, shatter when ripe to distribute the seeds through natural processes. Dante and Petrarch are two of the Renaissance’s most recognized writers. Great Expanse (Shoshone): Founded cities start with additional territory. Deputy was also one.� People like them rarely knew exactly whom they really worked for, nor did they care, as long as they were handsomely compensated, which included the "psychic income" of wrecking and even ending innocent lives.� I had difficultly believing that �smart� people could be manipulated in the way that I saw the GCs� agents play them, but I soon understood that I was witnessing them surpass the limits of their integrity more than I was watching na�vet� at work.� Those affable and talented psychopaths on the GCs� payroll usually played a fake angel game to get �allies� to betray us, and it regularly worked.� After several years of observing such events, and seeing people that I had known for nearly my entire life acting dishonorably, na�vely, cowardly, and even criminally, I finally learned my journey�s primary lesson: personal integrity is the world�s scarcest commodity .� The reason why we do not have FE and a healed planet today is because of the general population�s low integrity.� I resisted that lesson every step of the way, until I had it beaten into my head in no uncertain terms.� Today�s situation has little to do with the GCs and their minions.� Almost nobody wants to hear that sobering truth, however, which is also part of the problem.� Denial of how the world really works will not help for manifesting FE and a healed planet and humanity.� The enemy is us, and always has been.

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Publisher: University of Michigan Library (January 1, 1896)


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