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This is explanatory WTM Email 15

 

FREEDOM The story of life on Earth in 9 extraordinary chapters!

 

 

In his book FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition, Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith has ventured to the bottom of the dark depths of what it is to be human and returned with the fully accountable, true explanation of our seemingly imperfect lives. At long last we have the redeeming and thus transforming understanding of human behaviour!

 

And with that explanation found all the other great outstanding scientific mysteries about our existence are now also able to be explainedof the meaning of our existence, of the origin of our unconditionally selfless moral instincts, of why we humans became conscious when other animals haven’t, and of the emergence of humans from our ape ancestor through to our present immensely human-condition-afflicted upset state. Yes, in FREEDOM, the full story of life on Earth is finally told, in 9 extraordinary chapters!

 

Chapter 1 presents an analysis of the true nature of the human condition and our species’ intrinsic fear of the subject, and a summary of the understanding that ends the underlying insecurity and resulting psychosis of everyone’s condition and, through doing so, transforms every human into a new, human-condition-free person.

 

Chapter 2 explains why and how biologist E.O. Wilson and the rest of mechanistic science have been leading humanity to terminal alienation. Unable to confront the psychological dilemma of the human conditionour species’ seemingly inexplicable capacity for both ‘good and evil’humanity and its vehicle for enquiry, mechanistic science, has been in denial of the issue, presenting increasingly dishonest excuses for our uniquely contradictory behaviour.

 

William Blake’s Cringing in Terror

William Blake’s Cringing in Terror

William Blake’s Albion Arose

William Blake’s Albion Arose

 

Chapter 3 provides the truthful, human-condition-confronting, fully accountable, psychosis addressing-and-solving, real biological explanation of the human condition. The human condition emerged 2 million years ago when our intellect evolved sufficiently to wrest control from our instinctsa conflict that caused an upsetting psychological condition that is the underlying issue in all human affairs.

 

Chapter 4 explains the teleological meaning of human existence. With humans’ upset and divisive state defended, we can finally recognise the true integrative meaning of life and the laws of physics that govern itand also demystify the concept of ‘God’ as the ‘integrative process’.

 

Development of Order or Integration of Matter on Earth

Development of Order or Integration of Matter on Earth

 

Chapter 5 explains how humans acquired their altruistic moral soul. Evidence from primatology and anthropology illustrates how ‘love-indoctrination’, the process whereby nurturing leads to infants being ‘indoctrinated’ into behaving selflessly, led to the emergence of genuinely altruistic moral instincts in our ancestors.

 

Left: Photograph of bonobos Matata and her adopted son, Kanzi. Right: Drawing of Madonna and Infant

Drawing by Jeremy Griffith © 2006 Fedmex Pty Ltd

 

Chapter 6 reveals mechanistic science’s dangerous denial of the nurturing origins of humans’ moral nature. Current nurturing-denying scientific explanations for our cooperative behaviour are exposed and dismantled. This chapter includes description of the resistance this explanation has met, and its ultimate triumph in the biggest defamation case in Australia’s history.

 

Chapter 7 presents the fully accountable biological explanation for how, why and when humans became conscious.

 

Chapter 8 delivers the denial-free account of our species’ heroic journey from ignorance to enlightenment. Humanity’s 7+ million year journey from Sahelanthropus through to Homoa progression driven by our developing psychologyis paralleled with the life of an individual through Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence to Adulthood. This chapter includes the explanation of the roles of men and women in this journey, the explanation of sex as humans have practised it, the explanation of religion and politics, and many, many other insights into human behaviour.

 

Photographs by David L. Brill; Stages of Maturation & reference to when human condition emerged by Jeremy Griffith

 

Chapter 9. The final chapter explains how this psychosis-addressing-and-explaining, real biological explanation of the human condition heals our species’ upset and transforms the human race!

 

 

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Read FREEDOM, or its powerful condensation, Transform Your Life And Save The World.

 

Discussion or comment on this email is welcomed see below.

 

 

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(Note, Wednesday’s explanatory emails and Friday’s inspirational emails are numbered in order of appearance, so one is odd and the other even numbered.)

 

Wednesday’s explanatory WTM Email 1 Why solving the human condition solves everything | 3 The false ‘savage instincts’ excuse | 5 The explanation of the human condition | 7 The transformation of the human race | 9 The historic fear of the human condition | 11 Ending the stalled state of biology | 13 One hour introductory talk

 

Friday’s inspirational WTM Email 2 WTM Centres opening everywhere | 4 Can conflict ever end? | 6 ‘This is the real liberation of women’ | 8 Is God real? | 10 Anne Frank’s faith in human goodness fulfilled | 12 Bonobos nurtured cooperativeness | 14 Understanding millennials

 

These emails were composed during 2017 by Jeremy Griffith, Damon Isherwood,
Fiona Cullen-Ward & Brony FitzGerald at the Sydney WTM Centre.

 

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  1. Matt on August 9, 2017 at 11:44 am

    Thank you for making this work freely available. At first I was daunted and found it a bit hard to read, but when I got my head around that Stork analogy for the human condition in the first chapter that was the key. It was easy after that. And as you can see from the chapters, it allows you to go all sorts of places. Amazing places really. Everyone read this, thats my advice!

  2. James Kpatar on August 3, 2017 at 2:04 am

    This is very good program

  3. Chris on July 22, 2017 at 10:55 am

    Simply thankyou for the great work wisdom information insight that you so freely share gratitude for your work and all who are involved in the process it not only gives me
    hope also many others will benefit its inspiring reading and actually practicing the suggested actions to take will always help all who choose to engage including myself who has been going through so much couldnt have found a better site as a teaching tool and for that you will always be truly blessed love and light always 💜💖💜

  4. Patricio Meneses-Carrington on July 18, 2017 at 10:43 am

    excellent presentation of the development of human civilisation and the advancement of causes that can further our evolution, we are riding a wave of expressionate human compassion alchemy and enlightenment,m from removing ourselves from the elephant in the room and the dark cave to recognising our need to work on our ego rather than avoiding it in the darkness of the cave and recognising the other as in fact the same self that is the different as it is rather than an egotistical narissistical assumption that the other and all others are who we are. we are who we are, thus the other is who the other is. we are all different, therefore we are the same thing as the entire universe and even our artificial creations are hardly that different from the rest of the universe and our arrogance that the world would be unable to get by without our support or hesitation to react or bring harm to it can give way to the liberation that comes from coming to terms with our oneness, our difference, and our non difference thus difference, from the entirety of the cosmos and the universe. thank you

  5. john Sandford on May 25, 2017 at 10:20 am

    I am not an academic just an ordinary bloke.
    I am delighted in fact in aw of the WTM and encourage all those who have come in contact with WTM to promote it vigorously.
    Having been a soldier for 22 years believing what I was doing would in a small way somehow contribute to improving the lives of all people by making it a safer and more tolerant world. I saw my share of hatred, murder,rape and brutality and even then was astounded how humans could behave in such gross behaviour.
    As the years have passed I have become more cynical.
    There is less tolerance, more hate, greed and the lust for control over others which has lead to an attitude which in many cases is brutal barbarianism not by the few but now by the many.
    As soldiers even our enemy was treated with compassion and respect where possible; this is becoming less and less seen i the world among those who would be refereed to the more educate and civilized.

    I would like to hear if the panel can put their finger on what we see with he likes of ISIS, Muslim Brotherhood and the attitude the world has towards Israel,

    Thank you
    John Sandford

    • Michael on May 28, 2017 at 1:31 am

      This question about ISIS and the Muslim Brotherhood is an interesting question in and of itself, regardless of it´s relation to Jeremy Griffith’s more general explanation about humanity’s psychological relation with itself, since the contemporary brutality of ISIS and the Muslim Brotherhood’s religiously doctrinal psychological reasoning is based upon the Quran, which suffers from early Arabian mistranslations of Christian texts, mistranslations explained by the German scholar behind the pseudonym Cristoph Luxenberg in his book “the Syro-Aramaic reading of the Quran”, found here: http://www.aramaic-dem.org/English/History/Christoph%20Luxenberg.pdf

    • mon on May 28, 2017 at 1:59 pm

      John, it sounds as though you have served your country with great distinction. The terrible things you must have seen, particularly coming from a relatively sheltered country, must have been shocking. And yes, things seem to be getting worse —there is just so much upset in the world now. As variously expressed throughout ‘FREEDOM’, you couldn’t design a worse torture than the human condition, of having been unjustly condemned as evil, when we knew in our hearts we weren’t and suffering the resulting psychotic and neurotic anger and upset that caused us with no ability to explain why. It has been a horrendously upset-compounding situation, and as Griffith describes, ‘the situation is now so grim the human race IS, in fact, entering end play or end game, where the Earth cannot absorb any further devastation from the effects of our upset behaviour, nor the human body cope with any more debilitating stress, or, most particularly, our mind endure any more psychological distress, any more alienated psychosis and neurosis.’ With regard to the fundamentalist Islam ‘death cults’ now appearing, and how we can possibly understand them, chaps 8.16E & 8.16F in ‘FREEDOM’, where Jeremy describes the difference between the developed and developing worlds and the emergence of ‘materalism envy’ in the developing world, is good place to start. Also 8:16I which describes the emergence of fundamentalist religions.
      With regard to the world’s attitude toward Israel in the geo-political sense, I don’t think Griffith deals with it directly, but I think anti-Israel sentiments are pretty well described in the chapters on pseudo-idealism, particularly Chapter 8:16O The Politically Correct Movement. That describes how for some people, “the need for relief from guilt was all-pervasive; the mind was constantly on the hunt for opportunities and ‘good causes’ through which to be ‘idealistic’ and achieve that rush of psychological relief of feeling that at last you are a ‘good’ rather than a ‘bad’ person. Wherever there was a victim of humanity’s battle, there was an opportunity to champion their cause and access that all-important relief.” I think that explains some of the anti-Israel sentiment amongst the left wing.