'The hypnosis of social conditioning is hard to escape. You’ve got to be an intellectual and spiritual outlaw. If you want to break free from tyranny, war, oppression, and all its cousins, you’ve got to be either a sage, a genius, or a radical thinker. There’s no escaping this fact, but paradoxically, owning these traits will reveal to you the surest exit.
The Intellectual Outlaw
Look at Buckminster Fuller, he once intensely studied the oral tradition or chants of the Maoris which go back more than 50 generations just because it deeply interested him.
He also happened to be one of the first global thinkers who shunned the status quo and self-taught his warped societal programming succinctly into an early grave.
This allowed “Bucky” as he was known to friends, to make very accurate predictions about where the world was going, and what he might do to solve the issues that face humanity, instead of playing blindly inside the Matrix and becoming another of humanity’s tragedies.
Just as one example of what his outside-the-box thinking allowed, Fuller predicted in 1959 that global food production and distribution that would lead to global food poverty by the year 2000. Nearly twenty years later, in 1977, the National Academy of Sciences confirmed his prediction.
Then there’s the geodesic dome, and so much more, but you get the drift. The man was a God and an outlaw, but not because he was expecting anyone to elect him for president. He wanted to change the world by changing his own thinking.
Another intellectual outlaw can be found in Edward Leedskalnin, famous for his creation of Coral Castle, but also a man who debunked the weak foundations of modern atomic science.'
Read more: Geniuses, Radicals and Sages: It’s Time to Break Free
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