Michael’s work touches critical issues around the subject of Unity Consciousness. “The more we push the boundaries of science, the more we come to understand the universal mind – the creative source of all things in the multiverse and beyond. It seems that the knowledge we gain from quantum physics and space-time studies, brings us closer to understanding the true nature of reality, the meaning of the universe and our place in it as conscious beings.” He believes that quantum physics is a gift from the divine creator to allow humanity to find its way back to source – back to unity – from a deeply divided and manipulated species – not only on Earth but in the entire universe.
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He is also the founder of the UBUNTU LIBERATION MOVEMENT and the political party called UBUNTU Party, in South Africa – which contested the national elections in SA on the 7th May 2014.
You can find more about Michael Tellinger and his work here: http://michaeltellinger.com/
Since Michael is coming to Slovenia, Ljubljana on September (having the lecture in Cankarjev dom on September, 9th titled Megalithic Sites and Free Energy) is seemed like a nice opportunity to ask him a few questions before his arrival.'I am because we are.' is the sentence connected with Ubuntu philosophy. Can you explain us what is this philosophy and where does it come from?
Michael Tellinger: It is an ancient African word and philosophy that refers to people working together for the greater good of all in the community - in unity and harmony. In the 21st century it is called Contributionism - because we cannot go back in time and live in ancient times - we have to apply those principles to the world we find ourselves in today.
What does the understanding of the Ubuntu principles mean for our living?
Michael Tellinger: It allows us to recognise the way ahead for humanity - moving away from a capitalist, consumer driven world, towards a society driven by people and their passions for life - in harmony and unity cooperating on all levels so that everyone benefits from collective achievements - rather than competing for supremacy by individuals at the expense of the rest of the community.
Your scientific research of the ancient and vanished civilizations of Sout Africa, stone circles, Adams' Calendar, the advanced technology, Sacred Stones and the science behind it has lead you to Ubuntu Contributionism System, which you describe as a blueprint for a new social structure. Where is the link, how can the knowledge of vanished civilizations impact the building of the new community?
Michael Tellinger: We can learn from ancient civilisations that there was a time when money did not exist - and many communities lived in Ubuntu. We also learn about the way that kingdoms were created and how the first banks and bankers arose from among the people - taking control over the rest of humanity with force, creating division, conflict and fear. The ancient technology shows that they used sound, frequency and resonance as an advanced form of energy - for everything we can imagine. Including saser technology and even geo-engineering. So, the real history can open our eyes and we can see there's much more there than we have been told.
So, this scientific proves can represent the challenge to our history?
Michael Tellinger: Yes - the scientific evidence of this ancient technology is encoded into 10 million stone circles and other stone tools and artefacts. We have measurements of electro-magnetic fields and sound frequencies in the giga hertz eminating from the ruins. We are discovering the field of free energy in the stone circles and how the sacred stones generate vortex energy fields from sound frequencies. This is why you will not see this information on ancient aliens in main stream media.
Can you tell us what is the main benefits of this new structure and what are the steps to achieve it and then sustain it?
Michael Tellinger: Well, this is not easy to explain in one answer - it is well covered in my book - Ubuntu Contributionism. The most important benefits are unity, abundance on all levels of human endeavour, and a world without money, central control and a hierarchy. We can establish a society which promotes the highest levels of scientific and technological progress, a society in which arts and culture flourishes allowing people to experience life to the fullest and a society in which spiritual growth of its citizens through the explosion of arts and culture will allow the rapid rise of consciousness to fully embrace the concepts on unity.
Is taking Ubuntu philosophy to economic and political sytsem representing the remedy for the global crisis that we are in?
Michael Tellinger: Absolutely – it is impossible for a greed-driven, consumeristic, capitalistic system to survive in the presents of a contributionist community that create abundance out of unity. Contributionism devours capitalism wherever it exists.
What we as individuals and communities need to do to be able to build the new system right now?
Michael Tellinger: I would say there are a few things we can do:
• Recognise the path ahead, to move away from money.
• Identify small towns or villages to start this process.
• Use money itself to create the system in which money is not needed.
• Establish a council of elders - to speak with one voice for the people of the community.
• Identify a number of community projects in which everyone will participate for 3 hours per week.
• Start to create 3 x as much as the community needs - the rest is made available to neighbouring towns at a fraction of the cost that they would normally pay for it.
This is the beginning of the system that will grow rapidly everywhere.
The global lobal UBUNTU movement has members in over 215 countries. What is the next step?
Michael Tellinger: Next steps would be to identify the people that will create the Ubuntu parties in their countries, then connect with the Ubuntu head office in South Africa - we will provide all the documents and manifestos that we used in the political campaign in SA and announce the cooperation between us. We would love to spread the Ubuntu contributionism philosophy in as many countries as possible and campaign for the national elections as the Ubuntu party.
You've also founded the Ubuntu Party in South Africa in 2012 that contested in the 2014 National Elections. You didn't make it to the parlaiment, but the party has gained the support by thousands of people around the world . UBUNTU political parties are being planned and registered in over 8 countries, including Canada, USA, Australia, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, England and others. What is your vision?
Michael Tellinger: We expect the various Ubuntu parties to participate in the elections in many countries over the next 4 years - and we hope to see the Ubuntu party represented in several governments of the world in this time - injecting a virus of unity consciousness into the political system. It's our vision to create a trans-border global movement of consciousness infiltrating the political platforms of the world, providing a true light of hope for all of humanity.
By Andreja Cepuš