Consider: What if “the government” did collapse? What then? For the U.S.? For the rest of the world?


Black Hole, artist’s impression, MIT,

When the specter of “governmental collapse” started to percolate through the frequency field that holds us all in thrall to a collective framework that we’re not usually aware of, I recognized that the very thought of the central government getting swallowed up by its own black hole would be an interesting Gedankenexperiment. Others thought the same. Here are two pieces, one about the U.S., the other from somebody in China viewing this possibility.

Obviously, we’re in very preliminary stages of really thinking in this manner. None of us are used to the idea that the entire structure that holds our “civilized” world in place could suddenly whoosh out of sight overnight — and it probably won’t. But during this exciting/terrifying Uranus/Pluto time (2012-2015), we’re all becoming more and more aware and/or scared that it could. Ye gods! The very idea encourages every other “certainty” to dissolve into dust, too. And that’s probably a good thing.

Yes! Let’s run this experiment! Let’s take off our rigid conceptual helmets and shake out our hair! That way, we can open our minds and think more clearly about what’s next. What could be next, if we really put our minds and hearts into moving forward together, with liberty, equality, justice, and security for all, all peoples — four-leggeds, two-leggeds, winged, trees, rivers, mountains — on, in or above our dear Mother/Lover Earth?

Government: neither problem nor solution

The World Without Us

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0 Responses to Consider: What if “the government” did collapse? What then? For the U.S.? For the rest of the world?

  1. Pamela says:

    We do not need to be governed unless we are incapable (or believe we are incapable) of governing ourselves. A dramatic change in consciousness is needed. And coming. I hope.

  2. jjsanto1962 says:

    Bravo! Pamela! These are exactly my sentiments. The more one is “governed” then the more one is apt to follow rather than lead, stymying the process of maturation .
    It is time this paradigm came to an end.

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