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Hidden Origins: Phasing in Ubuntu (June 2016)

Season 2, Episode 6
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After his participation in the South African Elections of 2014, Michael Tellinger learned firsthand that the election process is staged and crooked. But there is always a silver lining. He reveals to a live studio audience that his actions created a virus of consciousness which has slipped into the political process. Now, the focus is upon bringing the principles of Contributionism into municipal elections with his bullet point plan of action. This workshop was originally webcast June 6, 2016.

Michael Tellinger
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Crystal Warrior, posted on July 16, 2016

It is against Nature to 'force' people to do anything!
You can 'Suggest', 'Provide Facilities' and 'Lead by Example', but you can never 'Force'!
That's why 'enforcing' and policing the 3 hours per week 'Contribution', WOULD TAKE MORE ENERGY THAN IT WOULD PRODUCE !

dreadfullygorgeous, posted on June 21, 2016

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Individual from Australia, posted on June 20, 2016

Lol! A council of men, "that's just the way it works" - ah ha ha! Lol!
Back to the stone age!

Crystal Warrior, posted on July 16, 2016

Women are more evolved than men by virtue that they have had to fight harder to get anywhere in life.
I think Michael's Council of Elders would do much better to have either half women or a majority of women on it.
Quotes from 'Conversations with God, Book 2', by Neale Donald Walsch:

"Evolved beings are not willing to play The One With The Biggest Hammer Wins.
Primitive beings play nothing else. Incidentally, this is largely a male game. Among your species, very few women are willing to play Hammers Hurt. They play a new game. They say, “If I had a hammer, I’d hammer out justice, I’d hammer out freedom, I’d hammer out love between my brothers and my sisters, all over this land.”

"Part of the glorious rhythm of life is the yin and the yang. One Aspect of “Being” is not “more perfect” or “better” than another. Both aspects are simply—and wonderfully—that: aspects.
Men, obviously, embody other reflections of Divinity, which women eye with equal envy.
Yet it has been said that being a man is your testing ground, or your probation. When you have been a man long enough—when you have suffered enough through your own foolishness; when you have inflicted enough pain through the calamities of your own creation; when you have hurt others enough to stop your own behaviors—to replace aggression with reason, contempt with compassion, always-winning with no-one-losing—then you may become a woman.
When you have learned that might is not “right”; that strength is not power over, but power with; that absolute power demands of others absolutely nothing; when you understand these things, then you may deserve to wear a woman’s body—for you will at last have understood her Essence."

dreamdust38, posted on June 12, 2016

You may eat your words as we all do from time to time AUDACITY62. I think that time of crumbling is right around the corner. We all are going to have to test these things out. I very much like Micheal Tellinger; I think he is a very thoughtful, giving, and loving man who has the character to have a long term relationship with a woman who looks around his age. He will have wisdom just from that. I think he could take every comment I have made here and most likely say Yes Mam. We will have much to learn in the coming days which will be coming up shortly. Money is not the real problem:consciousness is and has always been the problem. The passions will exist without money. Look at the Native Americans who terrorized other tribes killing and stealing and taking their women; they had no money to speak of. They were just unprepared for the organized military might of Europe. Karma which we all participate in. Now I am in big trouble and most likely will be called an infiltrator again. Say what you will but truth is truth. And this old wise woman remembers Native American life times and very much has had a hard time fitting into Western culture. The Hippies were returning Native Americans who had been slaughtered the century before. So here we are and we have people like Micheal Tellinger trying to figure out a better way for humans to live. because it will be coming up shortly. There must be wisdom to match the passions as there has not been for a long time. And that main counsel should be half women for balance. Things cannot be as they have been before because it is the patterns that started it in the first place. We still to this day suffer genetically from the patterns that have come down through the centuries. We suffer from our unconscious patterns both men and women. This needs to be cleared up for there to be any real harmony. Earth is a school room and it builds spirituality like no other plane will do. There is always something to contend with as it was meant to be. We build spiritual muscle here. At the same time, we have such a karmic overload that no one is learning anything anymore because of it. We have hit a ceiling that needs to be blasted apart.

Audacity62, posted on June 11, 2016

I just hope that I live long enough to see the power structure of the present crumble and fall, and the ubuntu way of life actually come into being. So many people are still fast asleep, and I don't know what it's gonna take to wake them up. I applaud your efforts Michael. Thank you for all that you do. In my small way, I contribute what I can to the art community through my videos on youtube and encourage others to share their talents as well.

dreamdust38, posted on June 11, 2016

I am grateful that my comments have inspired others to think more about this. The masculine has been out of balance for a very long time. I believe the divine Feminine is coming back for we have lost it for a long time. For the most part, I think women were intentionally knocked out of the way by rulers for a reason. Men would listen to the women and rulers just didn't want that. Women especially know how things will affect the community. What must a ruler or controller do then? Knock the women down and invalidate them. Make them lower than men so men would never listen to a women. Narcissistic rulers had no interest at all with having wise women oppose them. That dynamic will be changing now. Humanity will come back into balance.

CAMERONW, posted on June 11, 2016

I enjoyed the earlier episodes about the hidden origins. I'm not getting much from Ubuntu any more -- I would like to hear more about this African concept from black Africans please, i.e., the origin.

rowenandsara, posted on June 10, 2016

If I lived in an Ubuntu town with so much free stuff and money coming in I would want to move to a bigger home with a garden and I m sure a lot of others would aswell...I m just wondering what Ubuntu would do to the housing market...like would we build lots of new improved houses and take down all the tower blocks? ... our towns would grow so much...Im not really sure how to get my head around this.....

taovag, posted on June 27, 2016

There are so many talented people with the skills to build the best possible homes and under Ubuntu we can finally transition away from unsustainable ego-houses to sustainable, in cooperation with nature eco-houses. Of course there will always be multitudinous building structures to accommodate different tastes but there is an ethos of being in cooperation with what the earth can sustain that has been suppressed and will find expression finally in large communities within Ubuntu. When profit creation subsides as the driving motivation for society people will realize they can focus on quality of living. A massive cultural renaissance is underway in which architecture/technology will not be exempt. Think how much energy and enthusiasm would be behind this project alone.

Skanda1944, posted on June 9, 2016

I was sorry to hear you say that townspeople contribute or pay money big time. This is a sword of coertion that money people use. Do it or you pay. If you give free electricity to a community, then that is everyone, regardless. How long do you think a non-contributor would be comfortable in the energy of a town that embraces your proposals. How long would he/she retain their friends and the respect of a contributing community where everyone else contributes their 3 hours. They would either do their bit or leave.
Do not use separatism with your proped elders. Half women and half men seems to me to be a perfect group of elders. Men as one group of elders and women as another - really? Love your vision, love your passion. With you all the way.

thatcrazytoaster, posted on June 9, 2016

akamai9999, posted on June 10, 2016

That's some marvelous friendly advice.....is she overwhelmed ? is she in a state of ecstatic bliss ? or is she like a poor little deer at night looking straight into the head lights of a car ? Or maybe she is all 3 at the same time ? Personally I would of almost given anything to be in that wonderful privileged blessed audience ...

Nika77, posted on June 9, 2016

It's a simple and effective applied philosophy. If we want to live a good life, we'll have to create it, no one will hand it to us. I appreciate Michael's work, it's vital and enlightening.

vickie.venus, posted on June 8, 2016

I would gladly put in extra time on a community project on behalf of a disabled or elderly person unable to contribute.

thatcrazytoaster, posted on June 11, 2016

Thank you for offering this. This is lovely and a wonderful example of higher living. Being a beacon of change. IMHO.

dreamdust38, posted on June 7, 2016

I read Micheal's book and I was really taken by it. I am not sure that money is the real problem. Regardless whether the Annunaki gave it to us or not I am not sure that it cannot be a form of trade and exchange that is easy to travel with. The People's bank sounds like a really good creative idea for the good of the people. Even without money, there can be great tyranny-just look at history. Again you wise guys have flubbed it up for a long time. I think there are people working on reforming the money system so it is backed by gold and silver. I think that is good although I would like them to stop mining gold as it is ripping up the planet and killing people where they mine. The hearts of the people must govern over those who would be tyrants instead of the tyrants ruling. The hearts of the people must be good and I think that is a big problem right now. There is no moral compass right now. The feminine must be honored again-women and the Mother Earth. Let's not do anything until we think how it might impact 7 generations; this is just good thinking and responsible action. We are all screwed up from generations of Monarchs, Dictators, Emperors, Popes and such; they have created a pattern in humanity that is totally destructive. We must understand that they are pathological Narcissists and Psychopaths, and Sociopaths. This is the real problem; we have let these kind of people (the 4%) rule us. They will always be among us and we must have the wisdom to recognize them. In this school room on Earth, they are here to test us. And they have done a splendid job. 75% percent of Narcissists are men. We need to raise our sons differently. I do not think it is money that is the biggest problem.

akamai9999, posted on June 8, 2016

I understand your misunderstanding of Michael Tellinger very well....IT IS THE MONEY !! trust me and all the dread that comes with it...The Babylon magic money slavery-warfare system....The private central banking warfare model,,,the financial puzzle palace ,,,and on and on this goes for the past 6000 years or more.
We were all born on this beautiful abundant watery(PRISON) planet that has been hijacked by very ancient psychopaths.( probably starting in Sumeria with the priest kings.)
We were ALL born with a bunch of bad options ......But...somehow we must all unite..( even with our genetic predisposition of having to follow sociopath popes,
politicians.professors,and parents and our very long genetic weakness for violence) Michael Tellinger is the Majestic Messenger....I have not found a better solution
to this very old global mess....And yes ,,absolutely...LET THE COUNCIL OF ELDERS BE MOSTLY WOMEN ! on the condition ... none of the women are like Killary Clinton..

Tony Z, posted on June 8, 2016

I concur, I don't think money is the problem. It's the misuse of money that is. Like all the money that is going towards "entertainment." Maybe all the money going towards military. All the money going towards cable TV. etc. Money wasted on University Education. Sure we need protection but having the ability to blow up the planet 400 x's is unnecessary. JFK talked about doing away with the Fed. Look where it got him. Good luck with starting your own bank. Maybe the Ubuntu Credit Union would work for like minded people and help generated some revenue for change!

As I said before, the place to start is a third political party, maybe with someone with some mojo to get it going. Bernie Sanders and/or Elizabeth Warren might be a good place to start. Then use the party "council" to train and develop candidates to run the Ubuntu platform of change. Start with the Ubuntu Home Business model, families can start making clothes for sale at home, canning foods, selling organic vegetables, etc. I hear growing such things as garlic can be lucrative, as well. Work at switching the Wal Mart buyers to Ubuntu buyers and contributors everywhere it can be done. Imagine the demand for the Tellinger T Shirts! A portion of the profits could go to the Ubuntu Party for training candidates, promotion and getting on ballots. All American Clothing may be able to help with this right away!

Try to recruit companies with American values like All American Clothing Co in Ohio which makes clothes in the U.S. with cottons and materials from the U.S. to join the "Ubuntu Mission of Change." Try to get Solar Panel/Wind Mill companies to join in, I see some homes with panels on their roofs, the excess energy is sold back to the power company's. This revenue could be "contributed" to the Ubuntu Mission of Change as well as support Tiny Communities.

The possibilities are endless to what people could do, which a big one might be the "Ubuntu Food Banks and Clinics for the less privileged." Imagine getting people to donate their time working in vegetable gardens, weeding, maintaining crops, etc. for food and basic health care. Eventually, everyone could join in. How about setting up "Tiny House" settlements going for people to live in a very low cost way. Imagine 10-20 acres of land with 10-15 Tiny homes on them for people who manage the food gardens to live in. Maybe one big community room for showers, cafeteria, etc. People take turns cooking and cleaning.

First a political movement needs to start with a big name or two, then money needs to be generated to fund the movement. The platform needs to be expressed with examples of a beginning working model. The snowball then can get rolling down the mountain. The possibilities are endless. And yes, get some women in there, the men of this world have failed miserably! It all must start with some short term goals and long term objectives. These are a few of my ideas.

laureasher, posted on June 7, 2016

OK, seriously? We might as well just stay where we are if your councils continue to negate the contribution of women.
"That's the way things seem to go". Really? If you want a true new world, you will need to leave the misogynist beliefs behind. You are starting out as merely a continuation of the unsuccessful paradigms which have been in place for millennia. Have fun, boys. Until you recognize and chose to not be intimidated by the wisdom and depth of women's contributions, you will not succeed, and most likely fall once again into the war-mongering, competitive, self-obsessed ways of doing things which you have always done. I thought that perhaps this was finally something different, but alas, no. Women have much to contribute in the way of wisdom, perception, empathy, and clear-thinking. Deal with it.

KLPH, posted on June 8, 2016

I feel your rage. I was at an Ubuntu conference at Gilliland's ranch last summer - it was a spectacular game changer event for me.

At that event, the issue of counsels and women, was THE hot button topic. Nothing from that whole weekend brought up more intense emotion than this subject. There were strong women, seriously pissed-off and expressing it - rightly so. There were the male opinions that centred around "meritocratic" ideals (a feeling that they are getting the raw stick with all this "quota talk".)
There was one man who spoke brilliantly on the subject of quotas when he said: "the male and female are like the left and right wheels - without both in balance we end up driving around in circles, and I for one am sick and tired of humanity driving around in circles."

Let us not allow this issue to detract from the overall agenda, which is to help enable on a mass scale true abundance and true freedom for all that are willing to cultivate that for themselves and their communities.

A cornerstone of Ubuntu is regionalism - it is local community. This is a pretty diverse planet; I as a woman know that women are prone to the same vices as men, nevertheless (from my 30 something years of being on this planet) it is ABUNDANTLY clear that men by-and-large are FAR MORE susceptible to many of the vices that accompany positions of "leadership". Full stop, no apology for that opinion. Does that mean there are not excellent male leaders? Of course, not. Of course there are fantastic male leaders. Does that mean that there are not terrible female leaders? Of course there are. However it does acknowledge the reality that the male tends to be bombastic and arrogant far more often than the female, and thus as we build our communities thought should be given as to how we can avoid the errors of the past. Quotas, are one method. Michael seems to be promoting this "special counsels" concept at least right now. I personally do not like that concept. In fact I really dislike it. It'll be like the "special Olympics" - "ah isn't that sweet and cute" but not nearly as powerful, influential or relevant.

Might I suggest all who are interested in this subject study up on the 12 step program's leadership model. I have had several friends that were deeply into AA for many years of their lives and they partook in its governing structure. They often would laugh at how a group of recovering alcoholics (a.k.a. nut-cases with a spiritual foundation) - how these groups somehow when they got together and tried to make decisions for the body, by-and-large very sane decisions somehow or another seemed to transpire. In addition, the ratios of male to female were more often than not - very much equal or acceptably close to equal. Might there be a deeper wisdom here to transfer to Ubuntu communities?

The 12 Traditions:
1. Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon A.A. unity.
2. For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority — a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern.
3. The only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking.
4. Each group should be autonomous except in matters affecting other groups or A.A. as a whole.
5. Each group has but one primary purpose — to carry its message to the alcoholic who still suffers.
6. An A.A. group ought never endorse, finance, or lend the A.A. name to any related facility or outside enterprise, lest problems of money, property, and prestige divert us from our primary purpose.
7. Every A.A. group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.
8. Alcoholics Anonymous should remain forever non-professional, but our service centers may employ special workers.
9. A.A., as such, ought never be organized; but we may create service boards or committees directly responsible to those they serve.
10. Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues; hence the A.A. name ought never be drawn into public controversy.
11. Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, and films.
12. Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities.

Again this is a very charged issue. I personally am quite opinionated on it as well. But we must honor regional differences by allowing others to make "mistakes". The fact of the matter is many places on this planet will unfortunately continue in the male governance and arrogance model. The whole notion of "counsels" disturbs me to begin with. I imagine pompous, arrogant, self-serving jackasses will flock to those roles - Ubuntu label or not.

Can the 12 step model of governance be a solution? The inverted pyramid is their insignia for governance - fyi. Look into that as well.

I think if the pyramid is inverted there will be no need for quotas. The structure will naturally attract high numbers of females because of the nature of the structure. And males will not be distrustful or discouraged via quotas or "special" counsels.

It's a probable solution.

akamai9999, posted on June 8, 2016

I like your marvelous comment....Money is way worse than alcohol...actually .....money drives people to become alcoholics...who needs all the different kinds of mind control out there in the world..Money is the ultimate psy op.....it has worked very well to create and maintain human enslavement,wars and unimaginable suffering.
The mere presence of Money is the tool of absolute human global control...Money is not the root of all evil...It is the tree with its evil roots,trunks,branches,stems,
twigs,leaves and seeds ..that sprout and start this perpetual nightmare over and over again for thousands of years.....The 12 steps of the AA program ...is a good place
to start with UBUNTU...for money is the ultimate addiction...AS a small example...one of the many millions of problems that will be solved ..without money or any form of exchange...would be the end of 99% crime and prostitution...and that is just the beginning...Michael Tellinger has got to succeed ....or else humanity is F___ked..

akamai9999, posted on June 7, 2016

the last I watched this episode...I don't remember Michael Tellinger intimidating women...perhaps you might be an infiltrator wanting to sabotage UBUNTU ?

dreamdust38, posted on June 7, 2016

Excuse me, counsel of mostly men because that is how it works!!!! I think you may need some wise women to teach you something about wise women. You wise guys have flubbed it up for too long. Again we need a hugh paradigm shift. You will not even begin to make this work without the leadership and counsel of wise women. And I mean wise women; they who know themselves and see past present day illusions.. Men by themselves cannot help but get full of themselves and cannot see it in themselves nor in other powerful men. We are hear to humiliate you and remind you of your true self at those times. Thus you will not succeed in the least bit without us. Men were not put on the planet to lord or have power and control over women. They were put on the planet to protect the tribe,make certain wise strategic decisions and make certain women had a safe enviroment to do their work.

thatcrazytoaster, posted on June 9, 2016

in which you are referring. Listen to it again and in the context of which it is given.

There will be 3 different counsels, 1, mostly men, another group representing women and another group that speaks for the youth. This rounds it our fairly. Calm down. Goodness gracious. lols.

dreamdust38, posted on June 7, 2016

We have so many sick, disabled and elderly people that there would have to be people to work their share. It might be a burden. What about all the obese people-1 in 3 Americans i believe is considered obese. Hummmmmmmm. We must look at what our society has become; it is a crisis building. I love his ideas but we have many obstacles to becoming a healthy society. There must be a hugh paradigm and I am not sure we are evolving that way. It seems we are quickly devolving. Maybe a reptilian or alien influence.

Crystal Warrior, posted on July 16, 2016

The people in the communities who refuse to participate in 'designated' 3 hours per week work (say kids for example who have never had to deal with money issues anyway and are just naturally viewed as lazy with their growing pains and different ways of doing their own thing), will be creating a 'job' for someone who can spend their contributing time in getting to know and understand these types.
The problem itself, will create the 'job' and the 'contribution' from others, who are interested in counselling and motivation and listening.
You know I love that quote from Neale Donald Walsch's Book 2 , Pages 207 - 208;
Neale asks: 'But then what would stop people from simply wasting their lives, lollygagging around, collecting 'benefits?"
God Answers: "First of all, it is not yours to judge what is a life wasted. Is a life wasted if a person does nothing but lie around thinking of poetry for 70 years, then comes up with a single sonnet which opens a door of understanding and insight for thousands of people?"

CMcG, posted on June 7, 2016

I agree with most of what Michael is saying. I don't agree with having a council of elders, and then a separate council of women as if women are not elders. There should be one council of elders that includes both men and women and having perhaps a majority of women as it is the feminine that needs to lead at this time. Hopefully we will reach a point in the future where people are socialized as complete human beings, not as stereotypical men and women, and so there will be no need to pay any attention to individuals' chromosomal makeup. The council then can be simply a council of human beings with balanced brain hemispheres and balanced internal masculine and feminine qualites.

thatcrazytoaster, posted on June 9, 2016

with what the community does for itself, they are the ones that choose their elders. It has nothing to do with you in your community. Also, the way things are done in small village in Africa may differ from how a community in Virginia would operate. The people mold it.

jbrand1997, posted on June 7, 2016

I'm ready to move so let's get started!

pmak4500, posted on June 7, 2016

It is sounds wonderful to me!!!

elena.keegan, posted on June 6, 2016

I love what Michael has to say about getting rid of money, democracy, and creating community, working together instead of being in competition. All the things he says sounds great to me.

KLPH, posted on June 6, 2016

a very practical way to institute Ubuntu - "smart contracts" using block chain technology... https://ethereum.org/

gfw31, posted on June 6, 2016

This is a very interesting concept. I have enjoyed the series. Like the woman said at the end, just getting things started would be the difficult part. Most people just don't have the money but could easily contribute 3 hours a week. Thank you

Crystal Warrior, posted on July 16, 2016

An excellent way to get to 'meet the people' would be to hire a relatively cheap Market Stall once per week and provide free Ubuntu Brochures, teaching DVDs, business cards with information printed with the websites, Facebook page, email and phone numbers.
One could sell Ubuntu T Shirts and Ubuntu Books as well, with a small profit to cover the weekly hire cost of the Stall, brochures, DVD's & business cards, plus your time for that day ! :)
One could also sell some of one's own goods and crafts to help with costs.
One could provide folding chairs for Ubuntuites to sit around on and get to know each other.
A banner would advertise 'The Ubuntu Tent' and it's existence for Community Gatherings could be advertised for free on one's Local Ubuntu Facebook Page.

nigel8, posted on June 6, 2016

Everyone knows that the majority of the world’s wealth is owned by just 1% of the population. Many people are also aware that it is just a tiny proportion, of that 1% that own the majority of the wealth, according to research by Oxfam it is just 62 individuals. The proportion of the wealth they have is probably much more than this as much of the wealth at this end is hidden, the Panama leaks gave this a bit more public awareness. This small group may not have all the worlds wealth but they control and influence the majority of the worlds wealth. If you think about it for a bit, if such
a small group of people own such a big chunk of the worlds assets, this means that at the very least, 50% of the hours that you work and have worked, ultimately ends up in the pockets of just a few people. If you currently work 40 hours a week, 20 of those hours is for the benefit of just a few people. Once you strip all the control systems away, advertising, packaging, all the unnecessary jobs, three hours is probably too much!

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