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The ultimate spiritual society

Contents

 

Preface

 

Introduction

 

Chapter 1 History of the World in a nutshell

 

1.1 Introduction

 

1.2 Prehistory

 

1.3 The first writings

 

1.4 The first great civilizations

 

1.5 The Middle Ages

 

1.6 Africa, America and Australia

 

1.7 Industrial revolution

 

1.8 The First World War

 

1.9 The Great Depression and the Second World War

 

1.10 The fifties

 

1.11 The sixties and seventies

 

1.12 The eighties

 

1.13 The nineties

 

1.14 The 21st-century

 

1.15 Lessons from the past

 

Chapter 2 Bottlenecks in today’s society

 

2.1 Introduction

 

2.2 Norms and values

 

2.3 The education of children

 

2.4 Interests

 

2.5 Unfaithfulness

 

2.6 Religions

 

2.7 Dealing with facts

 

2.8 Responsibilities

 

2.9 Individualism

 

2.10 Unnecessary complexity

 

2.11 Economy and money

 

2.12 Overpopulation

 

2.13 Health Care

 

2.14 War and violence

 

2.15 Crime

 

2.16 Drugs

 

2.17 Gambling

 

2.18 Conclusions

 

CHAPTER 3 If we continue the way we do

 

3.1 Introduction

 

3.2 Change is coming

 

3.3 Scenarios of the future

 

3.3.1 Scenario A: controlled change

 

3.3.2 Scenario B: forced change

 

3.3.3 Scenario C: World War III

 

3.5 End conclusions from the scenario’s

 

Chapter 4 Are there already positive developments?

 

4.1 Introduction

 

4.2 Recent changes

 

4.3 The Netherlands

 

4.4 Conclusion

 

Chapter 5 The concept of the spiritual society

 

5.1 Introduction

 

5.2 One day in the spiritual society

 

5.3 Religion and spirituality

 

5.4 Detachment

 

5.5 Science

 

5.6 Education

 

5.7 Moneyless system

 

5.8 Vision and policy

 

5.9 government and power

 

5.10 government departments

 

5.11 Legal system

 

5.12 Products en facilities

 

5.13 Economic system

 

5.14 Companies

 

5.15 Work

 

5.16 Health care

 

5.17 Agriculture and stock-breeding

 

5.18 Energy

 

5.19 Water supply

 

5.20 Spatial planning

 

5.21 Traffic and transportation

 

5.22 Foreign affairs

 

5.23 Defense

 

5.24 Police

 

5.25 Entertainment

 

5.26 Tourism

 

5.27 Sports

 

5.28 The world population

 

5.29 Emigration and immigration

 

5.30 Welfare

 

5.31 Astronomy and Space travel

 

5.32 Education

 

5.33 Summarizing

 

Chapter 6 Concept of the migration route

 

6.1 Introduction

 

6.2 Step 0: making plans

 

6.3 Step 1: national referendum

 

6.4 Step 2: reform of science and religion

 

6.4.1 Religion

 

6.4.2 Science

 

6.4.3 Uniting the world

 

6.5 Step 3: education and knowledge transfer

 

6.6 Step 4: intermediate evaluation and Go / No Go-decision

 

6.7 Step 5: the political and organizational redesign

 

6.7.1 Governance

 

6.7.2 Companies

 

6.7.3 Homes

 

6.7.4 Domestic money flows

 

6.7.5 Foreign money flows

 

6.7.6 Energy

 

6.7.6 Nutrition

 

6.7.7 Execution time

 

6.8 Step 6: the abolition of the money

 

6.9 Step 7: evaluating and adjusting

 

6.10 Conclusion

 

Chapter 7 Final word

 

Annex

 

 

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