My political views are an outgrowth of the Cosmic wisdom teachings within me and how I see that they relate to a consciousness that finds itself in this reality. My views can best be categorized as a Universal view of how man has to be to exist in the current physical now and what I see as the not too distance future physical environment of this planet. I define my view as Moral Universalism.
Briefly, Moral Universalism can be described in these terms:
1. Metaphysics: Things are as they are found to be, As Is.
2. Epistemology: Rational Reasoning Wisdom
3. Ethics: Self-interest
4. Politics: Moral Capitalism
In more colloquial terms:
1. “Co-Creation, to participate in it, you must have a knowledge of Universal Laws.”
2. “You can’t eat your cake and have it to”
3. “The totality of existence is the end in itself”
4. “The ability of the individual to exercise free will, within reason, is prime”
Metaphysics: The entirety of the external existing environment in which Terra Firma humans exist is formed by the welding together of those elements from which the Universe as a whole was created. Therefore, it is those elements that give realty its form and its formlessness. Within the Universe what we see in here in this existence is exactly as it is on every plane of existence in our Universe, “As above so below, as below so above”. In the world of human existence that means A is A, facts are facts, things are what they are; which also applies in principle to the formless. It is the task of Man’s consciousness to use his rational logical reasoning ability guided by his eternal consciousness to perceive that reality. Universalism embraces both the probability and possibility of the existence of both form and formless and the provable and improvable.
Epistemology: Man’s reason is sufficiently competent to perceive the facts of reality based on his knowledge of that reality drawn from all of his senses, his experiences, and his intuitive abilities. The ability to reason is Man’s primary means of acquiring knowledge which is also called Light. Universalism embraces the acquiring of knowledge through all sources and avenues possible including the ability of intuitiveness to provide a manner and avenue in which knowledge can be pursued. Universalism rejects the skeptical view that certainty by way of knowledge is impossible.
Ethics: Man’s judgment of values and his only proper guide to action is reason. Man’s ethical standard for his survival is that which is required for him to survive as a rational man using his accumulated wisdom not what it would take for him to survive as some savage beast. Man’s ability to form value through the application of wisdom based on rationality is his greatest ability; with that ability he is able to form his three fundamental values-reason, purpose and self-esteem. Man’s totality of existence is an end in itself and Man is an end in himself. Man has to live for himself and by living for his self based on moral values he serves a greater good but he is not a means to an end for others. His existence is for his own sake and he is to neither sacrifice himself for the benefit of others nor are others to sacrifice themselves for him unless such sacrifice is done by freely choosing to do so. His greatest and highest purpose is to work for his own rational self-interest placing his own highest and best good as his highest moral purpose. Choosing each action, that becomes a cause that creates an effect, with consideration of how the effects of his action will be felt by the Universe in its entirety. Moral Universalism rejects the claim that there is any morality in living purely for the sake of others or society as a whole. It holds that a society based on the philosophy that makes as the highest value acts that others benefit from as good and acts that benefit the individual as lowest in value is counter to Universal Flow.
Politics: The highest precedent held by Moral Universalism is that the basic principle of a civilized society is that physical force must never be used to extract value from any man—no man or group has the right to initiate the use of force against others. Force in this sense is defined as more than simply “physical force”. The only political system that bars the use of physical force in human relationships is true capitalism. Moral Universalism also holds that man has the right in self-defense to use force against those who initiate its use against him.
Capitalism in its truest, purest sense is a system that functions by something of value being offered in return for something of value with the inherent worth of the value being what the individuals in the transaction deem it to be. Capitalism is a system of the recognition of the inalienable rights of an individual and in which the political system or government’s sole function is to protect those rights. The manner Man is to use to deal with other men is as traders, giving value in return for value, by free mutual consent for mutual benefit.
Moral capitalism is a capitalist system in which the dealings between men is based upon trades, freely entered into by all parties, in which value is received in return for value but the trades are not based on the exploitation of another in order to obtain unearned value.
Moral Universalism as a system of political and moral views rejects collectivism in all political forms, including socialism, communism, or fascism. Moral Universalism rejects any economic or belief system that advocates that the government should regulate the economy and redistribute wealth and/or that rejects that the role of the government is in protecting individual rights. The seizing or forcing of wealth from any man to be given to another without fair and equitable value received is contrary to the basic structure of the Universe.
Human Nature: Moral Universalism accepts that Man’s consciousness is focused through his rationality, thereby, Man is a rational being. Man’s means of gaining knowledge is through his reason; his basic means of survival. Whether man exercises his reason is a matter of his free-will choice. Free will is simply the exercising of whether man uses his ability to think or not. Deciding to think or not forms all the choices you make and creates the life you live and the character you exhibit. That part of man often referred to as his spirit or soul is the totality of his consciousness. The totality of Man is the trinity of his consciousness, his body, and his rationality or reasoning mind. Moral Universalism rejects any form of determinism; that man is subject to forces beyond his control such as God, fate, upbringing, genes, or economic conditions. Man himself is the sole cause of who he is and where he stands in relation to the life he is living and for the reality in which he finds himself. To imply that any condition in which he may find himself is due to anyone or anything other than himself is to deny his own rational thinking ability.