Impossibility of Secrets

The reason why I write this post about the “Impossibility of Secrets” is to show some significant relations between the free flow of life-force and the well known dispositions of humans for keeping secrets. Because order and consciousness are strongly related to energy, everything which is able to influence consciousness and the mind will also affect the energy of a organism.

Are secrets a threat to a organism or to the global consciousness?

The order in which I have “copy and paste” some of the informations from wikipedia related to “secrets” is significant for further understanding. Most of it is well known by many readers, but try to understand why I have choose this kind of order.

Another important thought: Why do I claim that secrets are a impossibility?

Well first let’s see what secrets are and what different aspects of secrets exist.

Excessive secrecy is often cited as a source of much human conflict

One may have to lie in order to hold a secret, which might lead to psychological repercussions. The alternative, declining to answer when asked something, may suggest the answer and may therefore not always be suitable for keeping a secret. Also, the other may insist that one answer the question.

Do nothing secretly.

For Time sees and hears all things, and discloses all.

Sophocles

Shame

Humans attempt to consciously conceal aspects of themselves from others due to shame, or from fear of violence, rejection, harassment, loss of acceptance, or loss of employment. Humans may also attempt to conceal aspects of their own self which they are not capable of incorporating psychologically into their conscious being. Families sometimes maintain “family secrets“, obliging family members never to discuss disagreeable issues concerning the family with outsiders or sometimes even within the family.

Thuja Syndrome

Many “family secrets” are maintained by using a mutually agreed-upon construct (an official family story) when speaking with outside members. Agreement to maintain the secret is often coerced through “shaming” and reference to family honor. The information may even be something as trivial as a recipe.

Thuja is known in homeopathy for it’s disposition to keep dark secrets. They are ashamed of their secrets of the past. This remedy is able to cure the disposition if the patient is ready to confront with his own dark secrets and get finally free from them.

Behind closed doors

Secrecy and Sociology idea goes on to say that this is the personal secrecy is the personal unities which we construct out of the data furnished by us the individuals of our social environment are in the nature of the case fragmentary and reveal only small portion of our real selves. (Hornstein 1906)

The secret society seizes upon only those aspects of the personality which are relevant to its purposes, and it arises only in a society with evolved methods of conduct. The highest expression of the de-personalizing tendency of secrecy is to be found in irresponsibility. The individual is not personally responsible for his acts so far as they relate to the doings of the organization. Examples of this are found in all secret legislation and in the secret work of all sorts of committees. Here the personality is completely merged in and extra-individual motive.

secret societies

What makes knowledge dangerous? How does secrecy operate to help produce knowledge that is dangerous or otherwise? What happens when “nothing happens“? This is what Simmel tries to address through several case studies in the history of Secrecy and how it relates to Sociology as a concept and an idea. Some argue that secrecy enabled different readings for some different events and power.

Cabal

A cabal is a group of people united in some close design together, usually to promote their private views and/or interests in a church, state, or other community, often by intrigue. Cabals are sometimes secret societies composed of a few designing persons, and at other times are manifestations of emergent behavior in society or governance on the part of a community of persons who have well established public affiliation or kinship. The term can also be used to refer to the designs of such persons or to the practical consequences of their emergent behavior, and also holds a general meaning of intrigue and conspiracy. The use of this term usually carries strong connotations of shadowy corners, back rooms and insidious influence; a cabal is more evil and selective than, say, a faction, which is simply selfish; because of this negative connotation, few organizations use the term to refer to themselves or their internal subdivisions. Amongst the exceptions is Discordianism, in which the term is used to refer to an identifiable group within the Discordian religion.

Government secrecy

Governments often attempt to conceal information from other governments and the public. These state secrets can include weapon designs, military plans, diplomatic negotiation tactics, and secrets obtained illicitly from others (“intelligence”). Most nations have some form of Official Secrets Act (the Espionage Act in the U.S.) and classify material according to the level of protection needed (hence the term “classified information”). An individual needs a security clearance for access and other protection methods, such as keeping documents in a safe, are stipulated.

Fat Man

Few people dispute the desirability of keeping Critical Nuclear Weapon Design Information secret, but many believe government secrecy to be excessive and too often employed for political purposes. Many countries have laws that attempt to limit government secrecy, such as the U.S. Freedom of Information Act and sunshine laws. Government officials sometimes leak information they are supposed to keep secret.

The censorship idea

Secrecy and censorship can involve norms about the control of information. This idea was integrated by saying that Censorship of communication in the modern sense is associated with large, complex urban societies with a degree of centralized control and technical means of effectively reaching a mass audience. (Hazelrigg 1969) It involves a determination of what can, and can not (or in the case of non-governmental efforts should and should not) be expressed in light of given political, religious, cultural, and artistic standards. The appearance of new communications (e.g., the printing press or the Internet) technologies invariably create demands from conflicting groups for greater openness and freedom of communication and demands for greater control. Authorities try (often in vain) to control new techniques of mass communication.

Book Burning by coward Nazis

Three major means of direct censorship (pre-publication review, licensing and registration, and government monopolization) are preventive in nature. Among democracies there is considerable variation in censorship by content, media of communication, place, time period and across societies. There are degrees of censorship and individual interests are balanced against those of the community, however hard the latter is to define. More common than outright prohibition, is the segmentation of material involving time, place and person restrictions. Direct government means of censorship must be considered separately from the availability of resources to create and distribute information, the activities of private groups and from informal censorship, including exclusion from sources of information and self-censorship. In a democratic society secrecy and openness exist in a continual dynamic tension.

Deception

Deception, beguilement, deceit, bluff, mystification, bad faith, and subterfuge are acts to propagate beliefs that are not true, or not the whole truth (as in half-truths or omission). Deception can involve dissimulation, propaganda, and sleight of hand. It can employ distraction, camouflage or concealment. There is also self-deception as in bad faith.

Propaganda propagates deceptions

Deception is a major relational transgression that often leads to feelings of betrayal and distrust between relational partners. Deception violates relational rules and is considered to be a negative violation of expectations. Most people expect friends, relational partners, and even strangers to be truthful most of the time. If people expected most conversations to be untruthful, talking and communicating with others would require distraction and misdirection to acquire reliable information. A significant amount of deception occurs between romantic and relational partners.

Deception detection between relational partners is extremely difficult, unless a partner tells a blatant or obvious lie or contradicts something the other partner knows to be true. While it is difficult to deceive a partner over a long period of time, deception often occurs in day-to-day conversations between relational partners. Detecting deception is difficult because there are no known completely reliable indicators of deception. Deception, however, places a significant cognitive load on the deceiver. He or she must recall previous statements so that his or her story remains consistent and believable. As a result, deceivers often leak important information both verbally and nonverbally.

Deception and its detection is a complex, fluid, and cognitive process that is based on the context of the message exchange. The Interpersonal Deception Theory posits that interpersonal deception is a dynamic, iterative process of mutual influence between a sender, who manipulates information to depart from the truth, and a receiver, who attempts to establish the validity of the message. A deceiver’s actions are interrelated to the message receiver’s actions. It is during this exchange that the deceiver will reveal verbal and nonverbal information about deceit. Some research has found that there are some cues that may be correlated with deceptive communication, but scholars frequently disagree about the effectiveness of many of these cues to serve as reliable indicators. Noted deception scholar Aldert Vrij even states that there is no nonverbal behavior that is uniquely associated with deception. As previously stated, a specific behavioral indicator of deception does not exist. There are, however, some nonverbal behaviors that have been found to be correlated with deception. Vrij found that examining a “cluster” of these cues was a significantly more reliable indicator of deception than examining a single cue.

Conspiracy

In criminal law, a conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to break the law at some time in the future. Criminal law in some countries or for some conspiracies may require that at least one overt act must also have been undertaken in furtherance of that agreement, to constitute an offense. There is no limit on the number participating in the conspiracy and, in most countries, no requirement that any steps have been taken to put the plan into effect (Genesis 11:1-9).

Secrets and their Relation to the Free Flow of Life-Force

Life force is compared to electromagnetic current and indeed in our body life force has it analog counterpart in electrical currents which are measurable. Acupuncture therapists use this fact for diagnosis. In the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) the concept of life force is well known. Illness is caused by low energy levels or blockage of energy. In most cases a low level of energy is caused by several blockages.

This blockages are restrictions of the flow by higher (electromagnetic) resistance. In a similar way secrets are a kind of resistance to the Truth. Free communication (important for life) is hindered by secrets. All (intentional created) illusions and lies builds up resistance and this results in a low general awareness.

Healing Crisis

If the core of a organism is strong, then it will be able to heal. Maybe first the whole organism is affected by a “central delusion“, in this case the delusion that humans can rule themselves without taking any responsibility towards higher beings and higher governments. Indeed humans has proved that they failed in their multiple attempts to create a working government. The general approach was to create a alternative reality with a “alternative truth“. Only to mention that there is a absolute truth was considered (or is still considered) a kind of heresy. It requires sacrifice in order to heal the collective consciousness, a sacrifice from a higher being, someone designated for this specific role and then to achieve the right to rule over humanity. This occurred already!

But the healing crisis is coming and when it occurs all human consciousness will be affected. The awareness will be raised on such a high level that nobody could ever again play this stupid game of “hide and seek“. Never again a secret can be kept for the harm of humanity and of individuals. The presence of higher beings (Jesus and his powerful angels) will raise our consciousness on the level which will permit to achieve eternal life on earth. Their presence will be for us a kind of electromagnetic induction. Whoever will try to resist it will suffer greatly under the generated heat. The process once completed will not be reversible.

Eternity is incompatible to Human Secrets

It’s a contradiction towards the hope to live forever, if we believe that we can continue to have secrets. Eternal life reduce this possibility to hide a secret. Even to think that one could act and think egoistically is contradictory regarding the prospective to live forever with all humans in peace. This will change society in a radical way.

Maybe death is a kind of blockage in our collective consciousness.

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