9/11 and Rubik's Cube

"When the solution is simple, God is answering" - Albert Einstein

Life is allegory.

Problem 1: Rubik's Cube, introduced in the early 80's - How to get the cube restored to original state of one colour on each side from any random state of disorder.

Problem 2: Realizing truth and justice regarding 911 and the encroaching New World Order - How to restore some sense of humanity and dignity to our lives in the face of a corrupt system that utilizes deceit, torture and genocide in its campaign of fear to implement a one-world globalist agenda, or non-random state-sponsored disorder.

"Truth is the agreement between knowledge and its object" - Immanuel Kant

When the Rubik's Cube came out years ago I was determined to solve it. I happened upon some people who were attending university and shared an interest in this puzzle. These folks were into math, science and physics, so they brought a level of understanding to the problem I could not imagine on my own - they talked about "group theory" and "algorithms" and they helped me to understand the complexity of the problem at hand. This offered me some avenues of pursuit with which I could at least approach the task, and inevitably this allowed me to work toward a solution.

In the beginning I learned that there were various sequences of moves or "algorithms" which would exchange pairs of elements on the cube while leaving everything else intact. Each side of the cube had only one square that remained constant - the center, which remained fixed in relation to the other center squares - so every time you made a move on one face of the cube it could be recorded. It then became a matter of maneuvering certain squares into positions whereupon you could execute those sequences to perform an exchange. This involved writing out long strings of operations - after which you then performed the algorithm, and then the long sequence of moves could be reversed - thus returning the cube toward a more progressively resolved state.

This method was cumbersome, I remember spending hours and sometimes days twisting and writing, and then exchanging and reversing etc. You were required to tape little pieces of paper on the squares you were dealing with, and it involved incredible patience and perseverance. I eventually got to the point where I could solve the damned thing - it took a long time and many sheets of paper with long strings of data which had to be precisely followed - one wrong move and you were back to square one - literally and figuratively. A couple of short years later they started to publish books on how to solve the Rubik's Cube. These solutions had elegantly simple algorithms reduced to a small number of operations to achieve a desired result. By memorizing these magic formulas one could solve the cube in short order - no sticky tape - no sheets of paper. My best time was 22 seconds. One of the most important lessons I learned through this entire process was that with enough patience and intelligence, there is no issue too tough to resolve. More important, there is always a better and simpler solution available to any problem if you can place your mind into a receptive state of inquiry and awareness.

"When a man who is honestly mistaken hears the truth, he will either quit being mistaken, or he will cease to be honest" - Mark Twain

When the truth about 911 and our corrupt system of government became apparent to me, I was determined to expose and resolve this horrendous situation. At first I was principally concerned with figuring out the fraudulence of the US government's story, and then it led by necessity to an attempt at understanding this tragedy within its greater context. The transformation one makes can result in a 180 degree shift of your mental paradigm, and the end result can make you feel that those of us who understand the truth are now living out of phase with the rest of society.

"The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie - deliberate, contrived and dishonest - but the myth - persistent, persuasive, and unrealistic" - John F. Kennedy

Just like my earlier attempts at puzzle solving, at first I set upon the task of approaching 911 truth and justice by myself, and then by trying to seek out the help of others. I thought that if we could build up our strength through large numbers, we could overcome these evil forces and return the system to some humane state of being. This approach I now believe is entirely erroneous because of several reasons; the main one being the fact that these actions are precisely what the authorities expect us to do, and have been preparing for over the last several decades - look at the multi-jurisdictional task forces and the many detention centers already set up. The other problem with this approach is that there is an assumption that the current system is even worth saving in the first place.

"He who gains a victory over other men is strong, but he who gains a victory over himself is all powerful" - Lao Tzu

Just like most other problems in our life, there is a far easier and more effective solution which can achieve the same objective while not endangering anyone to the inherent violence and manipulation of the state. As we are the economic engine that enables those in power to forge our own chains of enslavement - we must cut off the supply of energy to them and thereby cause a collapse of their psychopathic rule. How long could they last if a majority of the people started to boycott key industries and products the corporations are dependent upon for rising profits and funding of war? What do you think would happen if most people stopped using the airlines, or refused to buy new cars and trucks for a while? What government on this planet could survive if there were constantly occurring general strikes, or a mass refusal to pay unjust taxes, or civil disobedience on a national scale? What if everybody turned off the TV and nobody heard the daily lies and manufactured hatred for our brothers and sisters in this world?

"I think it would be a good idea" - Mahatma Ghandi, when asked by a reporter for his opinion of western civilization

There is another philosophical aspect to this direction of thought - there is no point in fighting fear and violence with the same methods used by those set against you - in which case you risk becoming that which you oppose.

"Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without" - Buddha

If we truly aspire to cultivate a sense of understanding and compassion within our lives - we cannot allow the current suffering and injustice to be inflicted on our fellow human beings. Moreover, if we continue to be so callously indifferent and morally bereft - these same aberrations of humanity will surely come to destroy our lives directly - as to our souls we may already be far too late.

"Who can enjoy enlightenment and remain indifferent to suffering in the world? This is not in keeping with the Way. Only those who increase their service along with their understanding can be called men and women of Tao" - Lao Tzu