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Conclusion

What do we do with this information – a scientific fact? Although the time factor may be prone to an error of one or two decades, that does not alter this scientific fact in itself. Does this mean the end of human civilisation, even of humanity – James Lovelock has been quoted in The Guardian that 80% of humans will perish by 2100 AD ? Or, as each crisis presents also an opportunity, will this really big crisis also present a really big opportunity – a real shift in human consciousness? Some ground braking initiatives have already been formulated: The Great Transition7 (from the New Economics Foundation) or The Great Disruption8 (by Paul Gilding) and the World Goodwill Commentary N° 27 9 gives also food for thought.
When it is “through the impression and expression of certain great ideas, [that] men everywhere must be brought to the understanding of the fundamental ideals which will govern the new age,” 10 it is clear that in the future, i.e. today, tomorrow and the decades to come, the task, the challenge and the opportunity for the New Group of World Servers and all men and women of goodwill will be unique and enormous. The effort to end the World War was a global effort where all men and women of goodwill stood as one. The same kind of action may be required to solve the present crisis and the words of the Tibetan, published in 1957, are as important now – half a century later – as they were then:

The present world crisis could be shortened if the spiritually minded people
lived up to their inner belief and knowledge.
11 .

References

  1. The Rays and the Initiations, 1960, Alice A Bailey, p 684.
  2. Science In Society, Mae Wan Ho, Issue 51, Autumn 2011, ISIS, p 14, http://www.i-sis.org.uk/AnnouncingScienceinSociety51.php.
  3. Greenpeace International, http://www.greenpeace.org/kochindustries.
  4. The Limits to Growth, Universe Books, 1972, ISBN 0-87663-165-0.
  5. A Comparison of the Limits to Growth with Thirty Years of Reality, 2008, Graham Turner, ISSN 1834-5638.
  6. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Address at Auckland University, 6 September 2011, http://www.un.org/apps/news/infocus/sgspeeches/statments_full.asp?statID=1280.
  7. The Great Transition, New Economics Foundation, June 2010, ISBN 978 1 904882633, http://www.neweconomics.org.
  8. The Great Disruption, Paul Gilding, 2011, Bloomsbury, ISBN 978 1 4088 15410.
  9. Progress in the Life of Humanity, World Goodwill Commentary N° 27, May 2011.
  10. The Reappearance of the Christ, 1948, Alice A Bailey, p185.
  11. The Externalisation of the Hierarchy,1957, Alice A Bailey, p325.

The Externalisation of the Hierarchy,1957,Alice A Bailey, p325.
The Reappearance of the Christ, 1948, Alice A Bailey, p185.
Progress in the Life of Humanity, World Goodwill Commentary N° 27, May 2011.
The Great Disruption, Paul Gilding, 2011, Bloomsbury, ISBN 978 1 4088 15410.
The Great Transition, New Economics Foundation, June 2010, ISBN 978 1 904882633, http://www.neweconomics.orgi.