Solving A Problem That Has Not Been Named
Joe Brewer
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http://de.spiritualwiki.org/Wiki/Dignity#toc37 Three historic periods of human development including two normative turning points — Evelin Lindner

http://de.spiritualwiki.org/Wiki/Paradigmenwechsel#toc9 
Current trend — Shifting from PUSH mode to PULL mode

http://de.spiritualwiki.org/Wiki/Geschichte#toc11 Endings of history, physics, science, economics, work, money, law, gender relations, demographics

many endings emerging as new beginnings

http://de.spiritualwiki.org/Wiki/Astrologie#toc16 
Pluto in Capricorn — Rise and fall of empires — Structural transformation

http://de.spiritualwiki.org/Wiki/Zukunftsforschung#toc12 
Project 2050 — Remote Viewing Forecast experiment (1978)

The Great Transition Beyond Empires

http://de.spiritualwiki.org/Wiki/Zukunftsforschung#toc17 The fourth turning (American history) — Strauss, Howe, Weidner

quoting “We now have to choose between two metaphors for our planetary civilization — we can be a cancer that kills its host or a butterfly that arises transformed from the mindlessly consuming caterpillar.”

“How does one become butterfly?” [teddy bear] Pooh asked pensively.
“You must want to fly so much that you are willing to give up being a caterpillar,” Piglet replied.
“You mean to die?”, asked Pooh.
“Yes and no,” he answered.
“What looks like you will die, but what’s really you will live on.”
Alan Alexander Milne [A. A.] (1882–1956) English poet, author of the collection of stories Winnie-the-Pooh, 1926

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