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Oct 03, 1996 11:51 AM
by Ann E. Bermingham
Liesel >I don't really know what Olcott set up, but what there is today, at least in >the United States, is a mockery of democracy. . . Thanks for your input on this issue. >"Noetic Science Review" there was even a description of organizations in >nature where each individual just does its part, and somehow the whole group >reaches one common goal. The job gets done. The examples were a tree colony >and I think an ant colony. Hierarchies are male inventions, where people >have to fight each other to get to the top or perish, instead of >cooperating, and we'll all get the job done together. The cooperative group is clearly the "next big thing". Hierarchies are outdated remnants of the Piscean Era, a time of duality, where's "who's on top?" was the number one question of the day. I am currently involved in a web project in which many members of an organization are involved. Everyone is lending a hand and participating and it is amazing to be a part of something where there is no egotistical titled chimpanzee screeching to control everything. -Ann E. Bermingham (echo) Heap ugh.