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<blockquote class="definition">According to [[Oscar Ichazo]], a '''metasociety''' is a "world of transformed institutions where people live for the common good."<ref>De Christopher, Dorothy. “I Am the Root of a New Tradition.” In Interviews with Oscar Ichazo, 129–54. New York: Arica Institute Press, 1982. https://amzn.to/2MOwleU. p. 129.</ref> </blockquote>
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<blockquote class="definition">According to [[Oscar Ichazo]], a '''metasociety''' is a "world of transformed institutions where people live for the common good"<ref>De Christopher, Dorothy. “I Am the Root of a New Tradition.” In Interviews with Oscar Ichazo, 129–54. New York: Arica Institute Press, 1982. https://amzn.to/2MOwleU. p. 129.</ref> and who relate to each other not as individuals, but by "unity," telepathic communication, peac<ref>Ichazo, Oscar. The Human Process of Enlightenment and Freedom. New York: Arica Institute, 1976. p, 71</ref> </blockquote>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 02:02, 11 July 2019


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According to Oscar Ichazo, a metasociety is a "world of transformed institutions where people live for the common good"[1] and who relate to each other not as individuals, but by "unity," telepathic communication, peac[2]

Syncretic Terms

Divine World Order > Age of Aquarius, Garden of Eden, Heaven, Heaven of Reality, Kingdom of God, Kingdom of Heaven, New Creation, New Earth, Shambhala, The Garden, Zion

Notes

What is a metasociety: "Well, society as we have known it until today is a collection of individuals who have a common sense of organization in terms of their survival and in terms of prosperity. Let's say that present day societies serve the indi?idual. What we need is a new society which really understands that we must serve society in order to serve ourselves. That is, if we proceed with individualistic or egoistic propositions, of course we are in trouble, since blind competition will lead us to imbalance....it will be a society which is composed of all the various parts which make up humanity, respecting everyone, you know, for their own special characteristics, their own point of view, and even, I would say, reconstructing their traditions and making them even more meaningful than they are today. But at the same time, they should be in mutual accord with what humanity wants, so that we don't compete destructively, but, on the contrary, we cooperate. "[3]


"Either we become a metasociety very soon or we die. We must not believe that the metasociety is going to be a 'disco party,' and that everybody is going to be immediately blissed out." [4]

  1. De Christopher, Dorothy. “I Am the Root of a New Tradition.” In Interviews with Oscar Ichazo, 129–54. New York: Arica Institute Press, 1982. https://amzn.to/2MOwleU. p. 129.
  2. Ichazo, Oscar. The Human Process of Enlightenment and Freedom. New York: Arica Institute, 1976. p, 71
  3. De Christopher, Dorothy. “I Am the Root of a New Tradition.” In Interviews with Oscar Ichazo, 129–54. New York: Arica Institute Press, 1982. https://amzn.to/2MOwleU. p. 169.
  4. De Christopher, Dorothy. “I Am the Root of a New Tradition.” In Interviews with Oscar Ichazo, 129–54. New York: Arica Institute Press, 1982. https://amzn.to/2MOwleU. p. 148.