Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Motives of War

5:54 AM
 Q. My question is about why we have wars. Most normal people (like us readers) have absolutely no desire to cause murder and mayhem in other countries. Given that the average human lifespan is less than 70 years, what compels 50 and 60 year old Army Generals to go to war in foreign countries when they themselves only have another few decades left on Earth? Why is the effort worth it to them? I know the Angels/Watchers/ETs of the bible lived hundreds of years...and the Book of Enoch discusses God causing endless wars among the offspring of human women and Watchers...so I'm wondering, what is the motivating spirit behind war? And are the world's warmongers of human origin?
A. When I focus on this there are different reasons for having that need for war. There is something primal about being in war that makes a 50 or 60 year old General go to war. (I'm not referring to all, but most of the Generals that chose to go.). Being in their later part of life also is a contributing factor rather than a deterrent- this is when these men are focused on leaving this world as a hero and making an impact that feels like a legacy is behind them.  I also get that some men set themselves apart from the others early, and prove their leadership, whereas others take a while to mature into it. Either path can leave you ambitious to want to have a "finale" event to you life (I see the finale of fireworks going off.)

I also get a message about "when these men enter war they feel justified, and you have to remember there is good and bad on both sides- it is your perspective and who writes the books that truly decides the winner." ? I get that when these Generals chose to go to war, they really believe they will win- they don't ever go to war and say "we are starting a 100 year war, let's fight." It is also this "feeling" that they are right, justified, and it will be over quick because they are in the right. The consequence of it being drug out is never the initial intention.

When I ask about them being of "human origin," I do get the answer of "yes."  I get that by design we always look for more, which is why we have propelled (being competitive), but it can go to extremes.  Then I hear that anything in large enough quantities isn't good for you... I see that we first look to satisfy our basic needs, when those are met we look for more.  We may want money, then materialistic things, and the chain reaction continues as each previous need is met.  Once people get to the top they want control and power. For some they can't be content, and they are wired to need, want and expect more- and go to war at all costs because they "need, want and expect more."

And that is all I have.  Thank you.  It is 6:20 AM. 

7 comments:

Chatty Cathy said...

Thank you for this interesting reading. I have travelled to several countries in Africa and saw that the majority of the people live just as they have for thousands of years. I'm not talking about where the French and British have colonized, but outside the capitol cities where they're hands did not touch. Africans were satisfied with what they had and did not wage wars on foreign soils. Historically, it was the people of Caucasian background that left their native lands and traveled to foreign lands to subdue the native populations there. What is it about Caucasian (British, Spanish, French and American) men that compels them to feel justified and without conscience or empathy to murder native populations of a foreign country for their own material gain? What is the difference between them and the native peoples who did not do what Caucasians did? Thank you.

YourPsychicFocus said...

@Chatty Cathy: I see that many European men had access to technology that allowed them opportunities to explore and also had access to wealth that supported their travels. It was as if by design having access to the things they needed became boring and they wanted to set themselves apart, so they looked for more wealth and later power and control. Then I see that if you need food, all you focus on is food and you think if you could eat your problems go away.. but in reality if you eat and become satisfied, then you just move onto the next thing in your mental hierarchy of what you want, almost like an obsession. The European men got caught into materialism, fame and the need for power to set them self apart from their neighbor. In a way it kind of looks like a sickness when I view it..

Chatty Cathy said...

That is very enlightening, thank you. Where do you think the technological knowledge came from originially? For example, sometimes I ponder the question - how did humans even realize we live within an electromagnetic grid? The lines are completely invisible! Who became aware that those invisible lines were there and could be manipulated for radio communications, then telephones, then television & movies and now global internet connectivity? Did ETs or perhaps the Biblical Demons, share this knowledge with Caucasians? I can't help but think of Biblical Genesis where Eve bit into the apple of knowledge (now the logo for Apple Inc.)and became ruined in God's eyes. Since this knowledge has lead to loss of freedoms for native people, enslavery, death and destruction on Earth; is technology a false gift to mankind?

YourPsychicFocus said...

@ Chatty Cathy: I see that technology was bestowed onto humans from something in the heavens (could be ETs, angels, gods..). Something not from here. I do not see it as a false gift, but rather a gift given before we were ready to responsibly take it. We had a lot of spiritual work and self work to do before we jumped on this technological path.

Chatty Cathy said...

Thank you. This just creates so many more questions...

Beach Bum said...

@Chatty Cathy. Google Scientist Michael Faraday electromagnetism

Chatty Cathy said...

@Beach Bum - Very interesting info. I've been a fan of Nikola Tesla so it's interesting to find he had a predecessor in Faraday. The human mind is amazing...but this also reminds me that the pyramids in Africa and all around the earth and the ancient batteries we've been uncovering are evidence that others had this knowledge first very, very long ago.