So there’s a small segment in this book titled “astrology comes to rome”, and and when astrology was ‘discovered’ by rome, it hit like any fad does, except it became an art of greek slaves that lived in alleys and were beggers outside of the Circus advising gamblers of horse races. That explains the perception many now have that astrology is “hogwash”. Before that time, it was a royal art that everyday life depended on. Kings, pharoahs and priests had personal astrologers. Children were planned to be born on certain days, wars were planned to begin on certain days. Although, at that time, wars were very rare because they believed in the greater good of humanity, that all technology and information was free to everyone because it would lead to better and more informed technology and information. That’s what Jacques Fresco talks about in Zeitgeist, and that is his goal for humanity right now. He stands for a reform in our current society, and ultimately wants to create a new society.
Casual reminder that Mitt Romney physically assaulted a gay man. Santorum was two letters away from calling Obama the n-word on national television. Paul Ryan laughed as an elderly man with a broken arm was tackled to the ground. All three of them have expressed their hatred of women in their policies.
Deadly serious reminder that if you vote for them, you are promoting people that have attitudes think these are okay things to do.