August 7, 2012
GUEST: Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd
Chat Room Only
People are dying by the hundreds and
thousands from catastrophic earth changes and the pace of these
freakish tragedies is escalating. Consequently, our irrational
denial is no longer served by rational sounding explanations, such
as natural environmental variability.
That's why futurists like Alfred, author of
Exopolitics, see the
real crux of the variability conversation as a destination. Simply
stated, when we reach the end of 2013, will find ourselves in a
catastrophic or a benign timeline?
Alfred proposes that if we are on a catastrophic timeline, we have
the ability as a species to join together, in an effort to steer our
destiny into a more benign and enlightened timeline. Assuming we
chose to do that.
Either way, life was we know comes to an end - and there will be no
inventing ourselves way out of this jam. And the stakes couldn't be
If we follow the present timeline, a slow grinding tribulation will
claim most of humanity with impacts events, destructive global
coastal events, solar flares and more.
Conversely, the positive timeline promises a Golden Age, where we
abandon our non-sustainable acquisition paradigm.