In the human soul world we have the true one world concept. In such a world a human soul can take birth in any country, in any religion, with any race. There are no earthly boundaries for any human soul. This is a very ideal and desirable feature for all of us. This happens because of the reincarnation law of nature [1]. You probably know that reincarnation was in Bible at one time, and was removed later.

For many generations, powerful influential people in the financial world were thinking about such a physical one world concept for living humans, not just for human souls. Such an objective was stated in the history book [2, p324] in the following way: “The powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole.” The formation of European Union can be considered as a major success story towards this goal. But it required two world wars, deaths of millions of people, creation of weapons that can destroy the world many times over. We can now see the progress of such an effort in the Muslim world.

As we have learned in this blog site that such one world concept can be achieved without money too. Removing money from the economy can create the best system for one world order, just the way it is in the human soul world. The money-less economy (MLE) will allow people to move and live in any part of the world without any physical, financial, and social constrains, without going through any wars, poverty, terrorism, and racism. We can stop this unprecedented large scale migration around the globe. As we have seen from the characteristics, the MLE can bring truly the heaven on earth, without any wars and deaths of millions.

Published on January 2, 2016

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References:

[1] Soul Theory, Das S, 2015, A book, available free from https://theoryofsouls.wordpress.com/

[2] Quigley C, Tragedy and hope, A history of the world in our time, 1367 Pages, Macmillan company, NY, 1966, available free from http://www.carrollquigley.net/pdf/Tragedy_and_Hope.pdf

 

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