Technology of World Peace

Photo credit: Tanja Mamas

We all long for world peace, don’t we? We’ve done group prayers, global assemblies, celebrity song-fests, and rock concerts all in its name. By the millions, we watch the news every night, shaking our head at the senseless violence. The common sense of world peace is glaring. Everybody gets it and longs for it. As more and more world peace movements are cropping up all over the planet, the world seems to get more and more violent.

The time has come for humanity to realize that making pleas for world peace is as ineffective as pleading for dental health while refusing to brush your teeth. Fortunately in the case of dental health, the technology is known and quite effective. The bad news is that in the case of world peace, the technology is not known. The good news is that the technology does exist. It has simply been lost to the winds of time.

Before we get to the technology for world peace, let’s first consider what world peace will and will not look like. It doesn’t mean a whitewashing of humanity where all people think the same way, celebrate the same holidays, and have a complete meeting of minds with regard to the ideal legal system and moral codes. Cultures will live in harmony, but their differences, their unique integrities will be accentuated, not sterilized. Conflicts will be greatly diminished, if not for all practical purposes eliminated. The root of world peace will be found in the hearts and minds of individuals, then through individuals, families, then communities and nations.

The technology to bring world peace is foreign to conventional thinking. It is as subtle and sophisticated as a nuclear power plant. Of course few would insist upon understanding nuclear physics before they would believe a nuclear power plant would work. People only believe it works after it is constructed. This is also true for the technology of world peace. Hints of the technology of world peace do exist and have been statistically proven. For example, group prayer as well as group meditation have been statistically shown to have an effect. From a scientific, statistical perspective, the results are undeniable. However, knowledge of technologies vastly more powerful and effective do exist and have even been discussed in ancient Sanskrit texts. Those texts speak of the times when humanity enjoyed Golden Ages by benefiting from those technologies.

The Center of Rational Spirituality has, at Mount Soma, constructed the prototype for the next major step forward in the technology of world peace — call it a World Peace Generator (WPG). Without a deep and sophisticated understanding of the science and technology behind the construction and operation of the WGP, it would just seem like hocus-pocus — an unimaginable fantasy. It would be like a lay person looking at a nuclear power plant. The details underlying the construction and operation of the power plant would not be understood. Only the results would be impressive. Similarly, upon inspection, the WPG would just look like an ancient temple with statues and structures that make little sense. However, the effects of this small prototype WPG are palpable. When people, fully unaware of its existence, have come within a mile or two of the prototype, they have been overwhelmed by the exquisite influence. They’ve stopped people walking along the street and asked, “What is this place? It feels like heaven.” A woman even drove all the way home to get her husband so he too could experience “heaven on earth.”

Plans have already been drawn. The land has been purchased. The next project is to build a most powerful world peace generator. Some say that such a generator existed thousands of years ago at Angkor Wat. The society flourished. After many years, a new king came into power. Not honoring the subtlety of the technology, he abandoned it and the kingdom met with its demise. We, at Mount Soma, intend to employ the technology of world peace in its full glory to bring in a new time of prosperity, peace, and fulfillment for all of humanity. The technology is the maintenance and operation of the WPG, which to the layman, may just look like a number of complex and odd ceremonies.

As with any technology, the guidelines must be strictly followed. The Center of Rational Spirituality is an organization dedicated to bringing forth the technology of the WPG. Before the time of Marconi, the very idea of speaking in a normal tone of voice in the United States and being heard in Italy was unimaginable. Marconi made it real with the invention of the radio. We can make the technology of world peace real. How many seeming miracles have been made real through new technologies? We have the blueprint for the technology of world peace. We simply intend to make it happen.

Years ago, who would have ever looked at a little box and thought it could enable us to talk to the other side of the world? Today, who would look at a building and think that it could radiate an influence that would bring peace to an entire continent? Some might refer to that building as a temple of world peace. Call it what you will, its importance lies not in its name, but in its influence. For what, in the greater scheme of things is a mere pittance of money, it can be built. With such fantastic promise, how could we possibly not give it a try? We must give it a try and we shall.

Dr. Michael Mamas is the founder of The Center of Rational Spirituality, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the betterment of humanity through the integration of ancient spiritual wisdom with modern rational thought. From personal issues to global trends, Michael Mamas helps individuals and organizations develop a deeper understanding and more comprehensive outlook by providing a ‘bridge’ between the abstract and concrete, the Eastern and Western, and the ancient and modern. Michael Mamas has been teaching for 35 years (including the U.S., India, Europe, and Canada) and writes on a variety of subjects on his blogs, MichaelMamas.net and RationalSpirituality.org.