Limited worldview of a superstitious, narcissistic race
A two-year-old narcissist can fall apart just because things don’t go as expected. An adolescent narcissist may pout or take up all sorts of grievous actions based on a failure to understand “it gets better.” The lack of awareness of other experiences than what they are going through at the moment makes them susceptible to the superstition ruling the moment, when not getting their own way represents the end of the world as they know it.
They do not have the bigger picture; their small, personal storms are all-consuming. It is normal, only immature, to be narcissistic at age 2 or at some point during adolescence, to have quaint, superstitious notions ruling what seems to be important at the moment.
More embarrassing is to realize that narcissism is a basic characteristic of the human race.
Faulty basis, flawed belief: superstition
The basic narcissism of the human race stems from a faulty belief–a superstition–that we are alone in the universe and that humanity represents the crown of creation as we know it.
There is the fallacy–as far as we know we are the the most intelligent or the only intelligent beings in the universe. Only the very assumption of an immature self-involvement would overlook any possibility of an outside other, lending a false sense of security and neglect of responsibility, the basic solipsism characteristic of narcissism.
“No one wants to think they are being superstitious. That indicates you are believing in something that does not exist, which makes you look very foolish. And indeed, if you persist in doing this, you will feel that you are wasting your life. —Religion as Mystery
The New Message from God is validated by the Allies of Humanity that implore us to shed our superstitious and narcissistic view that the collective human mind on Earth is the only mind that exists in the universe.
“The superstitions and the fears of the world may make our message beyond the reach for many. But the promise is still there. To give you more, we would have to take over your world, which we do not want to do. Therefore, we give all that we can give without interfering in your affairs. Yet there are many who want interference. They want to be rescued or saved by someone else. They do not trust the possibilities for humanity. They do not believe in humanity’s inherent strengths and capabilities. They will give over their freedom willingly.”–The Allies of Humanity Book One, Fifth Briefing: Threshold: A New Promise for Humanity
Almost like a key fitting into a lock is our desire to avoid self-responsibility and the ambitions of others to take over our freedom to manage our own planet.
“You now have competitors from beyond. They are not warriors. They do not conquer through force. Their powers are subtle but extremely effective in a world where people are divided and in conflict with one another, in a world where people are ignorant of the realities and requirements of life in the Universe around them, in a world where people are superstitious, in a world where people have not yet learned to trust the deeper Knowledge that God has placed within them.” The Great Waves of Change, Chapter 10: The Great Waves and the Hidden Reality of Contact
The ambivalence that cares not to evaluate this warning is based on this superstition, a belief in a rescuer. The belief is supported by the preference for avoiding responsibility.
“The fact that human beings are still very superstitious means that your ideas and images can easily be controlled.” Wisdom from the Greater Community Volume Two, Chapter 28: Greater Community Realities
“Humanity is governed by superstition and by a limited perspective. Because it is not yet mature as a race, despite its great insights and spiritual affinity, humanity is very vulnerable in the Greater Community.” —Living The Way of Knowledge, Chapter 11: Preparing for the Future
Like babes in the woods
“In the presence of a greater intelligence, human beings will make many erroneous conclusions. That is because you do not understand the mental environment. Indeed, from a practical standpoint, should an alien power want to take greater control of human affairs, they certainly would not need weapons to do it.”–Wisdom from the Greater Community Volume Two, Chapter 14: Intelligence
To watch for blind spots is only prudent
“If you could look at the history of humanity, particularly the recent history of humanity, where other alternatives to force have been used to gain control of other nations and peoples, you will see that the Intervention today is following a very familiar pattern. It is just that humanity is not used to being in this position. It believes it is ascendant. It believes it is powerful. It does not recognize that another race could come and take advantage of its weakness, its conflicts and its superstitions.” —The Great Waves of Change, Chapter 10: The Great Waves and the Hidden Reality of Contact