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The Earth Party Narrative

Chapter 1:

The Great Paradigm Shift


Humanity stands on the brink of a new age, with amazingly positive transformations in store.


Our economic system, our politics, and even the basic structure of our society, will all change.  Once they do, the world will be a much happier place, for everyone:  rich and poor, human and non-human, and the entire Living World.


We just have to make it through the transition.   And we can.


"Things don't look very "positive" to me.  It looks like the whole world is falling apart.  How can you be optimistic when civilization is on the brink of collapse?"

Image credit:  Sustainable Human


It sure looks like it.  To the untrained eye, at least.


Good news:  The world isn't ending - a particular social system, or paradigm, is ending.

If you're scared about the process, it's only because you're identifying the world with the paradigm. 

The world, and the way we run the world, are two different things.  But you're conflating them, as if they were the same.  They're not.  When the paradigm ends, the world will not end, because the world and the paradigm are two different things.

"But this sounds so scary!"

If you're afraid of the paradigm shift, it means your "self-concept" is very deeply identified with the exiting paradigm.  It means you've built your entire sense of "who you are", on top of the paradigm. 


If you're very heavily invested in the paradigm, then, if the paradigm is ending, it will seem like the world is - because you think the paradigm is the world.  So the end of the paradigm seems like the end of the world, and you feel afraid. 

But if course it isn't.  When the paradigm ends, the world will not end.  It will continue, as a much happier and healthier place, for all of us.



"I don't see any evolution, or progress.  All I see is tension and stagnation."

The process of evolution, when viewed from a large time scale, appears fairly constant - like a solid line, pointing ever-so-steadily upwards.


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But if we zoom in to smaller time scales, we see a different shape.  Evolution occurs mostly in sudden leaps.  After those leaps come long periods without change - known as "plateaus" - followed eventually by another sudden leap.

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Usually, things don't change without necessity.  And real, true necessity takes a long time to manifest.  Usually, existing systems can cope with a lot of stress, without needing to change fundamentally.

It's not until the system hits a point of crisis, that it finally changes at a deep level.  And when it does, it reorganizes very quickly - i.e. a "leap."

"Can you give an example of what you mean?"

Sure.  How about the evolution of Life from the oceans to the land.



A fish (or other aquatic creature) is not going to try to walk up onto land for no reason.  What's the point, if the ocean is a perfectly fine habitat for it?

Paleontologists mostly agree that such a big change wouldn't have occurred without a "crisis." 


Perhaps a small area of the ocean became separated from the main ocean, due to plate tectonics.  Perhaps it became a lake.  Then, as it gradually dried up, over the next few million years, the life inside it had nowhere to go - except onto land. 




The drying of the lake was a crisis for all the creatures inside.  They had to evolve.  There was no other way.

"So the lake is our current social system - our economic system, our political system, our value system... etc.  Right?"

Right.  And as it becomes less and less capable of serving our needs in a sustainable way, we are being forced to look for alternatives.

There are points, during evolution's course, when progress hits a wall, and stagnates.  Change can't continue in its present trajectory, because it has run up against the natural limit for its current paradigm.  In order to progress, it will need to change in a way more fundamental than before.  It's going to need a major leap.

And that's where we are.


We're on the cusp between two paradigms - two fundamental ways of seeing the world and interfacing with it.  The old paradigm is fading, but we haven't fully switched to the new yet.  We're in a "limbo" area between the two, and so the world doesn't seem to make sense anymore.

"OK, I understand.  And I know of plenty of examples from human history when this kind of thing happened.  Various problems and challenges led to the invention of new technologies, and in some cases, new social and political systems.  But now seems different.  The present planetary crisis dwarfs anything that came before.  It's never been this bad before."

Bigger changes require bigger crises, to move mass consciousness toward making them.  The bigger the change needed, the bigger the crisis preceding it.

The degree of dysfunction at the conclusion of the ougoing paradigm is proportional to the profundity of the upcoming change, and thus to the potential for improvement!

In other words, there are two ways to see it. 

1.  "Oh no, the system is falling apart"


2.  "Oh yea, the system's falling apart, and that means a much better one is just around the corner!"



You can interpret it with dread, or with excitement.  We choose the latter.  The extreme dysfunction at the end of this paradigm means the upcoming paradigm is going to be worth whatever travails we went through to arrive at it.

"What exactly are the paradigms involved here?  What are we evolving FROM - and what are we evolving TO?"

There are many ways to word it.  The simplest explanation is perhaps this:


For thousands of years, we've built our society around power.  And our destiny is calling us to graduate to one built around love.  We are evolving from a Power-Based Paradigm into a Love-Based Paradigm.

The idea is not new.  People have been conceiving it for thousands of years.

It appears in the Bible:


"The lion shall lay down with the lamb..."

It appears in the Torah:


"...swords into plowshares..."


In the Hindu Vedas:


"The Kali Yuga (age of chaos) gives way to the Satya Yuga (age of truth)..."

In Buddhism:


" day, all Beings shall be enlightened..."



While we don't endorse any particular religion, it's obvious that when they spoke of these things, they were pointing to something.  They didn't have sophisticated scientific words yet, so they used mythological language instead.  The phenomenon they were describing really exists. 

But the best way to describe it involves chakras.

The human body has 7 main energy centers, called chakras.  They correspond to the 7 main levels, or layers of mind. 



The first chakra deals with basic, physical survival needs and instincts.  This is where most of the animal kingdom is centered.

The second deals with social relationships and energy flows.  This is where most indigenous and aboriginal cultures are centered.

The third deals with power.  It's at this level that dominance hierarchies form.  And this is the level at which most of human "civilization" has been stuck at, for the past few thousand years.  Our social systems are designed to resonate with this level.

The next stage is the heart chakra, which deals with universal love, compassion, and empathy - the recognition of self in others.  When we make it through our current chaotic transition period, this is the level at which our society will become centered.

Human civilization is evolving from the third paradigm - the Power-Based one - to the fourth, which is Love-Based.



Yes, that sounds hippy-dippy.  But there's science behind it. 

For the science, watch the following simple video.  In it, iron filings react to sound-waves.  As the sound vibrates the table they're sitting on, you can see the filings arrange themselves into a geometric shape, in accordance with the vibration of the sound wave.  The character of the wave determines the geometric shape of the filings.

Vibration = Structure.


Check it out:

An atom


Isn't that cool?  :)

The geometry changed as the frequency increased.


But did you notice anything?


"Yea, those shapes were beautiful!  Natural physics sure are cool!"


Yup.  Sure are!  Anything else?


Anything... odd, or unexpected?


"Yes.  The change wasn't gradual - it was an "all-at once" event.  It was one shape for a while, and it stayed the same, even while the pitch increased.  But then, once it reached a certain point, it rearranged all at once!  Like, in less than a second!"


Good!  The operator turned the knob gradually, at a rate that was constant, but the filings' rate of change was not constant.  They stayed together in the same shape until a threshold was reached.

Notice anything interesting in the moments leading up to the threshold?

"Yes.  In the moments leading up to that rearrangement, the structure became increasingly unstable.  The closer it got to the threshold of change, the more wobbly the shape became."


Correct!  That's because the existing shape was becoming increasingly non-resonant with the vibration passing through it.  The shape stayed the same - but the vibration kept increasing.  And the more it changed, the less compatible the shape was. 

Now we need to understand another concept.  We'll come back to this one shortly!

The Concept of "As Above, So Below"

Our universe is built in a fractal structure, meaning that the same structures repeat themselves on both large and small scales.  Solar systems mimic the structure of an atom, with nucleus + orbiting bodies. And galaxies repeat the same shape yet again.  Crystals have the same shape as the molecules of which they're constituted (for instance, a hexagonal crystal, such as quartz, is made up of atoms with hexagonal bonds).  The macro reflects the micro. 


A solar system


A galaxy


Molecular structure


Shape of the crystal

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Neurons in the brain

Galaxies in a supercluster


A society is much bigger than a table with iron filings on it, but it behaves in the same manner.  The same physical laws that inform the structure of atoms, molecules, and iron filings, also inform the structure of a society.  A society reflects the same natural laws as any other body in the universe.

"So the shape of our society is about to change."


"Because of a... higher vibration?"


"But... what exactly is vibrating?"


Our minds can think at various "frequencies", depending on our mood, intentions, beliefs, the type of food we eat, how often we meditate... and various other factors.

"Uh oh... woo-woo alert!"

It's not woo - it's science.  Human consciousness has a vibration, and a frequency.  It's an established fact that our brains produce electromagnetic waves, and those waves are based on our state of consciousness.  There's a happiness vibration, a fear vibration, an anger vibration, a love vibration, and so forth.  And the heart produces such waves as well, but over 1000 times stronger than the brain.



The type of vibration an individual emits will affect the people in his or her immediate surroundings.


And the type collectively emitted by everyone in society will affect the entire society.  It will influence how the society is built - how it's shaped, and what its overall character is.

So as the vibrational frequency of human consciousness increases, it's going to affect the geometric shape of society.

The type of vibration we're collectively producing is informing the structure of our society.  And it's increasing, from a power-based frequency to a love-based frequency.  And that's a good thing!

"If that's a good thing, then why does it seem like everything's falling apart?"

Think back to the iron filings.  As they got closer to the threshold of rearrangement - or , evolution - the existing structures become wobbly and unstable.

Our existing social systems are no longer resonant with the frequency of our consciousness.  They're going to rearrange - but until they do, there is uncertainty and instability.  And we see that all around us, as the existing, power-based structure becomes less and less resonant with the vibration passing through it.


All of our systems...


Our economy...

Our politics...

Our architecture...

Our urban layouts...

Our relationships...


...are arranged in the old, power-based geometry, and so, as our consciousness frequency increases, all of those systems are going to change.  And until they do, they become more and more dysfunctional - until they finally rearrange. 


And in the mean time, we're in an "in between" area.  Our old systems don't work anymore, but we don't yet have the new ones to replace them.

"So what's the solution to all this?"

So the solution to all of this is to complete the shift.  Into the new paradigm.  Once that happens, our social structure will be in resonance with the higher vibration, and the dysfunction will give way to increasing harmony. 


"OK, so we've got the science behind the Shift... but what are we actually shifting FROM, and what are we shifting TO?  You said something about a "Power-centered paradigm" and a "Love-centered paradigm."  What exactly does that mean?"

We'll explain on the next page!

Chapter 2:  A Corrupt Civilization

The Earth Party Narrative

Chapter 6:

What's Delaying the Paradigm Shift?




"I know about the Great Paradigm Shift, and I'm very eager to see it happen.  Why is it going so SLOWLY?"

Since the approach of the new paradigm is correlating with the increase in social dysfunction, (as was explained on the previous page) there's a temptation to view the new paradigm as the cause of the dysfunction.  After all, the closer we get to it, the more everything is falling apart.  Right?

(For an explanation about what this means, see the previous page:

Part 5:  How the Shift Works)

But the dysfunction isn't being caused by the new paradigm - it's being caused by the lack of it - by the fact that we haven't reached it yet.


The necessity of the new system is pressing up against us, but we've been too afraid to actually make the change, and we're still clinging to the old, dissonant, power-based structures in the midst of an emerging love-based consciousness with which those old structures aren't compatible.


For an analogy, think of a mother giving birth.



The birthing process is painful, and so it appears from the outside that the birth is the cause of the pain... when actually the pain is from not yet having completed the birth. 


A confused person might say that "the emergence of the baby is causing the pain"...


...and so therefore the only sensible thing to do is to "stop the birth, and push the baby back inside."


But that will of course complicate things even further, causing even more problems.


The confused person might then interpret those problems as further evidence that the birth process is bad and should be suppressed - which will in turn cause the problem to continue to get worse...


...which, in turn, strengthens their resistance to it even more, and so on.


Thus, there's a self-reinforcing cycle of resistance causing dysfunction leading to more resistance.

"This all sounds kind of abstract.  Is there are a concrete set of actors that you can point to?  Does this conflict show up in society somehow - like, for instance, in politics?" 


Here's how it plays out politically:

The Left is the side trying to bring us into the new paradigm.  That's what the Left does - it seeks evolution.  It's the driver of social change.  It's the gas pedal that moves society forward.


The Right is the side of caution.  It's more resistant to change.  It's the brake pedal.  And it's resisting the shift.

"Aha!  I knew it!  It's all the Right's fault!  Progressives are the good guys, and conservatives are the bad guys!  I knew it all along!"

Not quite. 

There's a reason the brake pedal exists.  Sometimes, the vehicle travels in the wrong direction.  Sometimes, it heads toward a cliff.  Sometimes, it goes in a very bad direction, and we need to stop it, so we can re-evaluate where we're going, and change directions into something healthier. 

The Role of Left and Right

Left and Right are not just random, arbitrary ideologies.  They're metaphysical components of consciousness.  They're fundamentally equal, both in wisdom and importance. 

The purpose of the Left is to evolve society, and change it for the better.  The purpose of the Right is to apply caution to make sure those changes are actually good.

Not all changes are good.  Sometimes, mistakes can be made.  The Left, in its eagerness for progress, sometimes chooses wrong directions to advance in, ultimately slowing down the evolution process. 

Lefties have a sense that something is wrong - that our social system is corrupt at a deep level, and we need new a new system.  And they have the willingness and the passion to change it, because that's who they are.


But just because someone is a Lefty , doesn't mean they truly understand what the Shift is.  Many Lefties are promoting a corrupt and twisted version of the new paradigm.


Righties can sense that, and that's part of the reason why they resist the transition to the new paradigm.

Technocracy - The Twisted Future

The political Left has become enthralled by a force called technocracy.  This is a worldview that seeks an ever-increasing amount of infiltration of technology into human life, with no regard for potential consequences.  It even plans to fuse our brains with computers, and ultimately to abolish biological life itself, replacing it entirely with artificial intelligence.  It makes no attempt to hide this.  You can hear the tech "gurus" talking about it every day, as if it were the best thing in the world. 

Humanity is poised to evolve naturally, but technocracy is attempting to hijack the evolution process and re-route it into a very dark direction.

For a more detailed explanation of what technocracy is and where it comes from, you can read our page on Technology and Artificial Intelligence.

Suffice it to say, technocracy is one of those wrong directions that the Left can go in if it's not thinking carefully about what it's doing.  It is absolutely essential that it not be allowed to proceed further.

Progress still needs to happen, obviously - but not in that direction.  It needs to go in a different direction.  The Left needs a course correction.

And considering how powerful and ubiquitous A.I. is becoming, and how quickly it's happening, the situation is more dire than most people realize, and a reckoning has come.  A critical mass of people have realized the danger of technocracy (even if subconsciously), and distanced themselves from the political Left.  The majority of people have come to distrust the Left with absolute conviction, and while they might not realize that technocracy is the root problem, it is nevertheless what they're sensing.  All of the "craziness" the Left has gotten itself into can be traced to its mesmerization with technocracy.  And the Left will not be able to regain political power until it corrects this. We have faith that this can happen, and it's a key part of our communication agenda.

The Right is able to see this because the Right is inherently the side of caution.  It's naturally more skeptical of change, and thus less susceptible to incorrect courses, including technocracy. 

But it's throwing the baby out with the bathwater.

The Stubbornness that Threatens the World


The Right is so appalled by the insanity displayed by the technocratic Left, that it's clamming up and resisting all change.


It's taken a stand against the very concept of evolution itself.


That ain't good.


The Right is holding on tightly to the fading, Power-Centered societal structure because it's frightened by both technocracy, and by the general misconception of the new paradigm being the source of social dysfunction (refer to the birthing analogy and self-reinforcing cycle of resistance and dysfunction explained above). 

The Right needs to open its mind.  Stop fearing change just because it's different.  Some changes are indeed bad.  But some changes are good.  And some changes are so necessary that humanity won't even survive if we don't make them. 

We can't keep up the current system, and survive.  It's impossible.  We need the paradigm shift, Righties.

"This is all a lot to digest.  Can you give an example of how this works?"

1.  One of the ways we can see this playing out in the political arena is the Globalism vs. Nationalism debate.

The Left is correct in recognizing that the next stage in our development is Planetary Consciousness, and that this will involve outgrowing the nation-state model of governance and maturing to govern ourselves as One Planet.


However, it has been hoodwinked by a specific cult called "globalism", which is NOT a positive manifestation of this evolution, but rather a false, technocratic course driven by a cabal of technocrats who only pretend to have the well-being of humanity or the planet in mind.

The Right is able to recognize this, and see globalism as the false path that it is.  But it conflates globalism with Planetary Consciousness - it doesn't realize that they are two distinct things.  Planetary Consciousness is not globalism, but the Right is unable to realize this - partly because the Left is unable to realize it as well! 

2.  Another example would be the issue of Borders and Immigration. 

The Left is once again correct that world-wide, hassle-free travel is a hallmark of a mature civilization, but the Right is again correct that this aspiration has been hijacked by forces with ulterior motives.  The disorganized, haphazard, selectively-applied process of opening up borders in some countries while letting other countries keep theirs closed, is the wrong way to do it.  But... there is a correct way!

3.  A third example is the issue of climate change. 

The Left is correct that the health of our Planet is the utmost foundation of our society - indeed, our very existence depends on it.  Ecological consciousness is another major hallmark of a mature civilization.  But again, the Right realizes that this concern has been hijacked by technocracy for the purpose of establishing carbon taxes to strengthen and expand its own control and power.


But again... we do need to live in balance with Nature, and we do need sustainable systems for meeting our needs. 

To read more about this, see our page on Ecology and Climate Change.

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So in summary:

Left is trying to advance to the next stage, and Right is holding us back.

But does that make
Left good and Right bad?


Left is trying to get us to the next stage, but a large portion of Lefties have the wrong image of what that actually looks like.  They don't understand what a Love-Centered Society actually is.  They're mistaking it for technocracy (because they've been propagandized to equate evolution with technocracy).

And thus, the
Right's skepticism of social change is not unjustified  It's trying to prevent technocracy.


But instead of preventing the wrong type of evolution (to technocracy) and allowing correct evolution (to a Love-Centered Society), the Right is preventing all evolution, period.

So the
Left must correct its vision of what the future looks like, and get off the technocratic course.  And the Right must release that brake pedal to allow social progress - the correct kind.

But to do that, the Left needs to know what the Love-Based Society actually is.  It needs to know what we're supposed to be evolving to.


And that's what this website is for! :)


A healthy vision of our future, without technocracy.

And Right needs to stop fearing the good kind of change - the real paradigm shift.

It's vital for the Right to not throw the baby (healthy social evolution leading to a Love-Centered Society) out with the bathwater (technocracy).


And it's also important for the Left to not keep the bathwater sitting around, feeding it as if it were the baby. 

The Solution

The solution is to restore communication between Left and Right.

The Left and the Right don't currently talk to each other.  And that's why they've both become so crazy. 

If the two start talking again, then the Right can help the Left understand why technocracy is an unhealthy vision for the future.


And the Left can help the Right understand why the new paradigm (in its healthy form) is so absolutely necessary.  There are things about the Shift (even the healthy version) that scare the Right - and by talking to them, you can help assuage their fears of those things by helping them understand how they make sense in the new paradigm.  You can assuage the Right's fears about aspects of the new paradigm that it doesn't understand.  

For this purpose, the Earth Party has begun a peacemaking campaign, complete with its own hashtag:


To learn more about the Peace Process, you can visit our page on

Peace Between Left and Right.

Or, you can continue on to Part 7:

Part 7:  What Happened In 2016?


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