Metahistory.org charts a passage beyond the received scripts of history and culture,
toward a world free from enslavement to historical lies and unexamined beliefs.
Humanity is a species endangered by its beliefs, and
most of all,
its religious illusion of superiority. To go beyond history
is not solely a human prerogative, for the path ahead
is not ours alone, but the way of all sentient beings.
Closely aligned with deep ecology, and going deeper,
this site develops open source spirituality that reflects and engages the innate sanity of the human animal. It explores the prospect of a genuine planetary outlook, a way to live bonded intimately to the earth and coevolving with the non-human world.
Toward that end, it invites a future myth, a story to guide the species and align one person at a time to Gaia, the living planet....
Knowledge of that which is alive can alone banish terror.
Wilhelm Reich, The Function of the Orgasm
Metahistory.org is a teaching site
with two aims: examine belief-systems and invite participation
in a story to guide the species.
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It is also the exclusive source on the Internet for the inception of Planetary Tantra, an experimental path of interactive magic with Gaia.
THE TRUE LUCIFER IS SOPHIA
The Discovery of a Lifetime
The Way Beyond Belief
One aim of Metahistory.org is to encourage and support belief-change.
Socrates said, "The unexamined life is not worth living." Rephrased in metahistorical terms, "The unexamined
belief is not worth holding."
Orientation to Metahistory
Easy enough to say, perhaps, but how many of the beliefs
that you hold have you really examined?
Are the beliefs you hold innate to you, based on your own experience and judgment, or acquired from others without choice or examination on your part? You have the right to believe whatever you like, but is what you believe truly right for you, or is it someone else's idea of what you ought to believe?
Belief, by definition, depends on suspension of critical judgement.
The power of beliefs inheres mainly in the fact that they cannot
be judged, rationally refuted, or critically disproven—or proven.
They are "unfalsifiable," to use Carl Popper's term. Beliefs
may be patently absurd and ridiculous on face value, but those who adopt them are empowered... continue
All writings © John Lamb Lash and Lydia Dzumardjin.
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