Monthly Archives: March 2010


The end of the war between Power, Religion and Science?

There is a natural cold war between Power, Religion and Science. Power sustains authority, Religion sustains the Truth and Science unveils reality.

The solution of this essential conflict has been the alliances that were and are being established usually between two of the members of the triad at expense of the third one.

The CERN Experiment, developing the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is a phenomenal alliance of the three aspects (Power, Religion and Science) and is giving birth, perhaps, to a new integrated approach to complex realities.

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It could be a new starting point in human relations. It might implicate the real end of the “Galileo’s Era”.

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Peter Belohlavek

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Unicist Future Research: The elite in stagnated countries

Stagnated countries are those that cannot evolve with the necessary speed to adapt to the global world.

Describing the archetypical behavior of a culture it can be said that elites provide the active principle of a culture; the final purpose is in the well-being of the mass and the energy conservation is provided by the middle class.

Observing the behavior of the elite of a culture the evolution of the archetype becomes evident.

The elite itself is integrated by different groups. The dominant group of the elite is the one that establishes the trends of the evolution of the archetype. When there is no dominant group, societies’ behavior becomes chaotic.

When there is no dominant group in the elite that drives evolution, to avoid chaos, the government becomes the elite itself. In this case there can be no separation between the State and the government which is a basic condition for the existence of any type of democracy.

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Governments in democratic countries represent all the groups of the society as their administrator to provide well-being and a place for the next generations.

When a culture is stagnated the government positions naturally exerting its power to sustain the elite while such elite just seeks for covering its own interests.

This provokes the need to increase the dualistic and individualistic behaviors in order to ensure the interests of the dominant group. If the government itself is the elite, the exertion of power increases and so does corruption.

All the countries that reversed an involution cycle could make it because the role of the elite changed towards proposing a higher level of archetype to ensure evolution. Usually, this turning point implied the existence of a majority of new members in the elite. This post does not include names of countries to avoid misinterpretations.

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Peter Belohlavek

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Unicist Riddles: Honoring bricks

Somewhere in Central Europe in the XVI Century there was an artisan who became famous in his region because of the bricks he built.

When visitors asked him what he was doing, he always responded with the same word: bricks.

The bricks he built had different shapes and were made with different materials. Among others there were flat, hollow, concave, convex and triangular bricks. When somebody asked why he built them in different shapes, he just looked up and smiled. Just a whisper could be heard back: rigidity and flexibility.

Astonishingly, on the place he worked there were only the bricks he had prepared during that day.

Day after day, the same work. Every morning there was no stock left. It seemed as if the bricks had disappeared over night.

He had a secret young admirer who spent hours trying to learn from him. When the young apprentice asked: why?, the answer was always the same: rigidity and flexibility.

Although he became old he was still enthusiastic building bricks.

But suddenly he disappeared. As he was an icon in the region, people began to look for him until they abandoned the effort, considering that he had probable passed away.

Years later, his young admirer had become a famous architect known because of the solidity of his constructions.

What is your secret? was the question everyone posed to the architect.

The bricks, was his answer, and people inevitable laughed.

He always smiled back as an answer and continued his way.

One day there was a terrible earthquake in the region. All the constructions but the buildings of the architect were damaged.

When the reconstruction began people said that they needed to learn from this architect to rebuild secure houses.

I agree, said one of the leaders in a group of neighbors, but it is said that there is a small town, across the Black River that suffered no damages at all, he emphasized.

Following the rumor, they decided to visit that town. A group of neighbors, including the architect, began to walk trying to find the town crossing the Black River. But in those days the Black River was considered a sacred place. Although the river was not deep, no one dared to cross it because it was said that the one who tried to cross it walking, would die in the attempt.

They had to find a natural bridge to cross the river. After several hours of walking, they found a bridge but it was not a natural one, it was hand made. It was a very narrow bridge but a very solid and flexible one.  So they carefully began to cross it. The journey continued. Very soon they found a pathway and followed it. It drove them to the small nice town that was totally undamaged.

As soon as they approached the first buildings someone said that they were using the bricks developed by the architect.

They are not mine! responded the architect while he began to scratch his head.

This cannot be happening was the only thought he had in his mind.

The visitors were welcomed as soon as they approached the church.

Why did you have no damages produced by the earthquake? was the immediate question.

A neighbor of the town pointed his finger to a small house: Go there! he said.

And there they went.

As soon as the door was opened a very old man appeared.

Master!!! said the architect…How come?
Rigidity and flexibility was his only answer… And they embraced in a hug.

Question: what is a brick?

Riddles have many solutions. In the Far East, riddles are used to develop internal freedom and responsibility. Next week one of the answers will be published in this blog.

Peter Belohlavek

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