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Consciousness to Transform Society

23 Aug

I showed Charles Ferguson’s Inside Job documentary to some friends on the weekend. And watched their heads nod knowingly. These are pretty astute analysts down here of the social situation. They’re students and teachers with me of Dr. Norberto Keppe’s scientific studies into the psycho-social causes of our life-threatening problems on the planet. They were not surprised at the facts really, but they were very impressed at how Ferguson put all the complexity into a coherent package. This is well done.

Down here in Brazil, we receive the TNT channel in our cable TV package, and I’m flabbergasted at how many times the Harry Potter or Jason Bourne blockbusters are run. They repeat constantly. I think Inside Job should be on that kind of rotation.

But I also think Dr. Keppe’s TV shows should get more airing, too. Not sure if you even knew about his TV shows, but we have a number of excerpts on our site for you to see really remarkable new media. With considerable philosophical, theological and scientific teeth. Because in all the brilliance displayed in Inside Job, I still think it suffers from a lack of understanding of the science of psycho-socio pathology that Keppe brings. I feel most social activism falls into this trap actually. And this is the science we expose in our show. We’ll do that again today.

Consciousness to Transform Society, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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