Difficult decisions as the forge of human character

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Hi there Pioneers!

First of all, I want to thank all the people who responded to the poll we sent a few weeks ago. The responses to this (the first moral dilemma of many to come) have been great and nurtured one of the hardest processes I ever had to go through.

In the poll, we also got feedback about what were the most important things to understand about the admission process and ARCA in general, and we got some of the most interesting insights. We’re gonna be creating content that addresses them soon.

Overall, it comforted me to learn that there are so many great minds ready to work hard to create a new civilization. Thanks a lot for taking the time to help!

 

 

The Moral Dilemma

Now onto the hard part… the first question was:

We have encountered a moral dilemma about vaccinated applicants, and it’s very important for us to understand your point of view, which will make ARCA the best place to be.

The situation

Even though there’s enough evidence at this point to say that we’re all infected with nanotechnology (thanks to chemtrails, water, and food supply contamination) the fact is that life-turning decisions were made at the moment the vaccination was imposed.

Now, we face a difficult decision to make: Should ARCA reject vaccinated applicants? Add a detox requirement? Maybe welcome them with no further questioning? What you would do in our place?

 

I’ll cut to the chase here and just let everybody know that I opted for the least popular and least profitable decision, even “the numbers” told otherwise (after all, ARCA is not meant to be a demoncracy):

  • No vaccinated individuals will be accepted as full Members of the ARCA Private Network. We’ll be modifying the application process to reflect this soon.
  • Vaccinated applicants will still be able to access selected services ARCA will offer: we will keep collaborating and providing insights, education, and direction to those who are committed to helping build a new civilization.
  • All members will be recommended to go through a detox process (you should have started already!)

Learnings and judgment

I started the process by reading the responses several times, going into deep meditations over the different perspectives, and consulting with some of the ARCA Board advisors.


A big chunk of the work was to become aware of my own biases, like for example the perception of the aforementioned cost that this will have for ARCA, the applicant list, and myself (I’ll not be able to invite any member of my family nor most of my friends from the past.) This needed to be pinned down and taken outside of the equation since I’ve learned by trial and error, that emotions are our worst companions in situations with unpopular outcomes.

Because of the impact that this decision will have several years down the line, I felt that I needed a 50,000 ft. view. And so, I did what my father told me when I was a small kid: “When in doubt, go and check the dictionary definition.” And there it was, the answer.

 

 

What ‘Decision’ means

By far, the most important thing in this process was to get a thorough understanding of what ‘getting vaccinated’ really meant. 

It involved health, yes, but also showed other indicators like personality traits, spiritual commitments, and street-smart intelligence.

When I then read the meaning of the word, it was like in those clickbaity headlines: “The third one will blow your mind”

decision
/dĭ-sĭzh′ən/
noun
  1. A conclusion or judgment reached after consideration.
    – Have you come to a decision yet?

  2. The act of reaching a conclusion or of passing of judgment on an issue under consideration.
    – The judges’ decision is taking a long time.

  3. Firmness of character or action; determination.
    – Is he a man of decision?

See, my first take was to go with accepting people that got only one, given that “we’re all now contaminated due to the environmental poisoning that the controlling elite has imposed over us” and “we all commit mistakes”, and in any case… we all will need to keep an indefinite cleansing detox.

But then, I saw that definition of the word… and had to pull back.

 

 

Observing the rules of the game of life

After decades of studying psychology, I came to realize that life is but a game of decisions

We only have around 5% of participation in the things that happen to us… But from that 5% comes great power, that resides in how we see those happenings, and transform them into opportunities to express our true, unique character.

Decisions define us.

As most of the respondents to the poll well pointed out, there was a mind control campaign based on fear and enormous social pressure, yes. 

And there is where the “Firmness of character; determination” definition of ‘decision’ made all the difference.

One of my mentors always says that unfortunately “there’s no second chance to make the first impression,” and conversely, there was only one chance to reach the judgment of having the injections or not. It was a test of principles.

And let’s face it: bottom line, it was not so difficult to get a “graphic designer” to help you with some “certification” or “exemption”, if you know what I mean…

By claudicating, people became de-facto weapons of the system: a number on the news headlines of the day, that would be then used to justify the creation of more restrictions and bad things for themselves, and the people that were begging for them to reconsider. For those that stood their ground.

 

 

Decisions and long term thinking

If you’re in the vaccinated group and want to take steps towards never repeating the same mistake, I’d suggest you prepare by exploring the difference between First and Second Order Thinking:

First-order thinking is fast and easy. It happens when we look for something that only solves the immediate problem without considering the consequences. For example, you can think of this as I’m hungry, so let’s eat a chocolate bar.

Second-order thinking is more deliberate. It is thinking in terms of interactions and time, understanding that despite our intentions our interventions often cause harm. Second-order thinkers ask themselves the question “And then what?” This means thinking about the consequences of repeatedly eating a chocolate bar when you are hungry and using that to inform your decision. If you do this you’re more likely to eat something healthy.

Keys:

  1. Always ask yourself, “And then what?”
  2. Think across time — What do the consequences look like in 10 minutes? 10 months? 10 Years?
 

Dealing with the bad seeds

There was a last-minute additional question submitted by one of our advisors, that was also related to decisions, this time referred to members of secret societies:

What do you think should be ARCA’s admission policy regarding members, or former members of occult-related groups (like Freemasons, Rosicrucians, etc.)?

This was included in my general deliberation, and it became clear that’s literally impossible to know if anyone is trying to infiltrate the group with bad intentions: most of these bad seeds are specialists in hiding their true allegiances so no test would be able to uncover them.

And so we’re now basically counting on it, given the historical records that show that all organizations have been infiltrated in one or another way across history.

Now, the palliative we’re working for this will be for every new member to take an oath, in which they swear that they are leaving all their past commitments and accepting the principle of no aggression as superseding everything else they did in the past. Dire consequences for those who intend to harm will be provided.

Which consequences? you’re probably asking yourself… well: if by chance you saw the oath of the Jesuits, you know that we’re competing with a very high perceived cost of breaching their contract:

[https://endtimemessage.info/jesuit_order.html]

So… we consider this still a work in progress! and we’ll keep you updated on what’s to come.

 

Thanks a lot for reading, and especially for being of such help in this adventure.

 

Mariano Goren

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