It is eating itself away with its own greed.
When we look at this in the context of the university system, as one aspect of this, we see that they sell more and more degrees for jobs that don’t exist, (in universities around the world), and dangle the carrot of ‘social prestige’, ‘public acclaim’ etc, So they are attracting more and more people to spend their money, or sign up for a debt. They are selling it as a great opportunity to learn something that may or may not provide our downtrodden masses with all the answers that they might need in life to survive in the modern world, specialised to a field that they are interested in; one that serves the machine.
But what they are doing in the process, inadvertently, is educating the masses to wake up. The same masses that the machine devised the mainstream schooling system for; as a way of keeping them compliant, subservient to a patriarchal system, designed to adhere to a doctrine of absolute power, rather than free will.
So we are waking up to our potential. We are sharing our knowledge with those around us. People are unplugging from their televisions and choosing to plug in to a reality that better serves their journey as an energetic being. Re-learning and re-awakening to the ability to see beyond the fabric of what is, essentially, an illusory reality, dictated to by our own projection onto it. Meaning that we are omnipotent. We are ‘the creator’. The creator is not some fanciful bearded man in the clouds casting his fear, vengeance or love upon us. That has been a part of the illusion too. The story of how we are separate from creation, and from each other. When really we are the co-creators of this world in which we live; of this universe. We are choosing our reality by the thoughts we think, by where we put the power of the present moment. We are the creator of our own reality. This is the ‘free will’ that the machine has worked hard to control for centuries.
And as a result of these paradigm shifts many of us have become free thinkers. We are the educated masses, (the 99%) who are waking up and realising that we are holding a ticket to a circus that we no longer respect, or have any interest in being a part of. A system that is dying, and one which is responsible for a world full of ‘shoddy products and even shoddier ideals’ (Terrence McKenna, The Challenge, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3Xca_aFTEo). So we are taking this newfound knowledge, and waking up. And before you know it there are more and more of us awake, and we are starting to develop a movement, that is spread out over the world, and calls itself by different names but is essentially the act of taking back ourselves; spiritually, physically and mentally.
While this movement grows and grows to the point where not only are we unplugging from the mainstream, and forming smaller, localised communities of like-minded people, but as a collective we are questioning the status quo. Asking how long we have been asleep? And collectively we are taking these skills we have learned and applying them to awake those who are still sleeping. We are organised, strong-willed and technologically aware of how to use the system to rally ourselves against those who would keep us slaves, shackled to an illusory reality, unaware of the immensity of ourselves.
We have all these educated people coming out of universities, with no jobs to go to, and no desire to work in them anyway, and they are looking for something to do with their time, so they are writing books. These books are all saying the same things in different ways and different languages but they are all talking about waking up. We have You Tube videos that talk about waking up. They talk about the shift. Everyone is talking about the shift. Reading, watching, listening, feeling, talking about the shift.
It is only the machine that is denying the shift.
We are the awakening that is happening right now, as the machine consumes itself.