Is there any kind of event natural disaster war another wonderful 4 yr trump presidency that will result in huge dips in the population or will it just be a gradual reduction in population.
".... another wonderful 4 yr trump presidency that will result in huge dips in the population..." 😂🤣😅
No, the reductions will be steady, but not gradual by historic terms. Over 218 years (1804 to 2022) Earth's population exploded from one to eight billion. Reverse that at the same pace, starting with one billion less every dozen years.
@Patrick I've only been here 41 and a half yrs and I'm not sure if trump being president the last 7 yrs can compare to anything else at least from a comedy standpoint. Maybe the only thing that compares is Clinton and Lewinsky.
"Q: Which are?
C: Several; women avoiding motherhood. This appears social and manifests that way by design and intent. Life plans and contracts, however, reveal the many currently and recently fertile females have chosen to avoid rearing children to avoid the distractions motherhood
Q: Explain that, please.
C: Mothers naturally protect their children; women who choose to avoid this do not want the distraction of observing their own children as they experience changes themselves."
So TC is saying these women, along with men, have life plans to avoid having children because of the upheaval the world will be going through?
I have wondered if the current generation that is fertile right now have life plans to avoid having children, since it has become so widespread.
I am now way past fertility, but I recall being only 19 and feeling certain I didn't want children, even though people said I'd change my mind later. My feeling was not a matter of reasoning it out in my head. It was just strongly felt and I took the feeling seriously.
"...So [The Committee] is saying these women, along with men, have life plans to avoid having children because of the upheaval the world will be going through?..."
Replies The Committee: Yes, some of these women.
Since this would have been a soul-level decision for these men and women, it sounds like the changes are going to be very difficult for parents and children . . . or . . . these people's life plans are going to put them in the path of even more strenuous circumstances than most.
By societal design, many young men become addicted to compelling video games/porn rather than seeking a relationship with a real live woman. And also by design, many young women are encouraged to pursue education and careers rather than mates. Escalating radiation exposure, and poison/hormones in the food chain causing infertility...all by design. Not to mention, the HCP's plans to drastically reduce the world population, also by design. Obviously souls no longer want/need to be born into this world...
▶ "...By societal design, many young men become addicted to compelling video games/porn rather than seeking a relationship with a real live woman."
Yes, and I'd say (I'm not happy to say this but mucho evidence supports it) this is a gynocentric design, women are driving this problem. ⅗ (in some places as much as four fifths) of young men have no chance, the girls one and all focus on the top 10% of men. Establishing a relationship with a man in the 75-90% range is called "settling". For the ¾ below that, such young men are invisible to young women for anything from a one-off to marriage.
▶ "...many young women are encouraged to pursue education and careers rather than mates."
True but the effects are worse, the majority of young women are never told that it's damned near impossible to work and be a mother yet do both well. The young women are also not told about the strength the reproductive instinct come a certain age, the near total absence of available husband material who meet their requirements at the point and what could be the consequences of lifestyle choices and career pursuits before becoming marriage and family minded.
▶ "Obviously souls no longer want/need to be born into this world..." To the vast, vast majority of us, this is not obvious or even partially visible, but it will become obvious. Give it a pair of decades...
I'm not sure I believe the narrative that women are only seeking the top 10% of men.
This factoid has become a meme in the manosphere without evidence as far as I can tell. They are referring to dating apps, which are not a good measure.
Dating apps consist of approximately 80% men vs 20% women.
The men complain that even average-looking women get all the attention on the apps and the men get little attention unless they're the top 10%. However, the ratio of men to women is skewing the results!
Furthermore, since there are a large number of young men who are not in the workforce, they've eliminated themselves from the dating pool, leaving fewer stable men for women to choose from.
And while I agree that it's super difficult to be a full-time working mother, that doesn't mean women should not pursue careers in the meantime. They need to be able to support themselves because there is no guarantee they will meet the right man to marry.
From what I've seen in manosphere forums, I'm glad I'm not a young woman in the world today. Those men are largely so emotionally warped and immature it's beyond belief.
One of the nicer young men made a comment on one of those forums. He said he was handsome, had a great job, owned his own house, yet women paid no attention to him. I asked if he invited women on dates, and he said he worked at home and rarely left the house except to shop for food. I asked him if he didn't see what the problem was, and he said, "What do you mean?" I told him that he isn't invisible to women; he's just absent from the world!!! He isn't even around to be noticed.
This never crossed his mind. He seemed to think women should find him by magic. Quite a few of these young guys need to go outside and touch grass and connect with reality. They need to meet women out in the wild instead of on dating apps.
There are now forums for men who disconnected themselves from the toxic Red Pill men's movement because it was fueling their hatred of women. They said when they started meeting real women, they discovered they were not the monsters the Red Pill philosophy claims they are.
@Lorri--thank you, well said!
@Patrick--surely you jest, 3/5 to 4/5 (in some places) of young men have no chance? No chance of what? Having that perfectly stacked, hot chick falling into bed with him while he's playing the latest version of The Legend of Zelda in Mom & Dad's basement? LOL;))
I've met a lot of women with Cinderella syndrome. That's perpetuated on them by Disney for Deep State reasons. There are thousands of women on the internet trying to find help on how to get it out of their heads I imagine there are a lot of men and women that choose not to have children for lots of different reasons.
I had to look up Cinderella Syndrome (fairy tales have been off my reading list for a half century now...). It is a psychological condition in which a woman fears true independence and secretly expects a “knight in shining armor” to come along and take care of her.
What percentage of women think or act this way?
I'm not sure about the percentage but most of them don't realize it's a condition they have been trained to believe since little girls and perpetuated by Disney.
Ok, so I think I'm confusing Cinderella syndrome with women who believe in waiting for the perfect guy or prince to come along and therefore believe anything less than the perfect guy is settling. Years ago I was in a bar talking to a woman who is describing to me her friend who at that moment was shooting pool is and has been for as long as she's known her too picky and can't settle down as in marriage because she is looking for the perfect guy to come along. Every guy she meets ends up a back up guy because she thinks she will just be settling. The "perfect guy" is still out there she just hasn't met him yet.
The "Cinderella Syndrome" was first coined in the 1970s.
I think it was more prevalent then because women were just beginning to make strides towards careers, but they had not been brought up to have careers.
The term expressed the conflicting feelings of the era.
This planets going to rock and roll to the point it will seem like it's ending. That means a lot of kids are going to go through a lot of trauma.
When you think of all the things that have to be in place to have children, it's sobering.
Two people have to meet by being in the right place at the right time. Then they have to love and like each other enough to decide to marry and live together. They have to be financially stable for as far as they can see into the future.
The current economic environment and dating culture is working against that for more people than ever before. Where I live, houses were affordable until the pandemic. Now, so many people hightailed it here from cities, that our prices have increased drastically. Rents have doubled and tripled.
I hear you, Lorri, it's tough out there. I have to remind myself not to let it get to me. Try not to let it get to you either. Remember it's just an experience with a lot of value behind it.
Things are pretty good right now. In just the 20th century We The People celebrated the success of the 19th century's industrial revolution by having two world wars, the Korean War, Vietnam War plus the Spanish Flu pandemic (bad enough to end a war).
The only thing I don't like is the insane housing prices. The current dating situation doesn't apply to me, so it doesn't get to me.
I told my sister, "If I ever get married again, check the man's forehead because he would be the mythical unicorn." 🦄😉
Pat, I was referring more to what the Deep State is doing to our world, what we are going through now, what we will be going through and then what's coming as far as the shift is concerned... The physical changes to the planet coming up.
Lorri, are you saying you have been waiting for the perfect guy to come along all your life and believe any guy you meet that isn't your idea of the perfect guy is just settling? I believe I had the same attitude when I was younger. I didn't know guys could behave that way until I recognized it for what it was. It can be hard on your life.
No. I mean I'm not waiting at all and I don't expect to marry again.
I meant it jokingly that if I did marry again, he'd be a unicorn in the sense of being the rare person I would change my mind for.
Now . . . In the past, psychics have said I would remarry. They said it would be timed very specifically - it wouldn't happen until I was financially in a bed of roses. It would be like being at Stonehenge where you have to be standing in the right place, at the right time, on the right day, to see the sun rise between the columns.
Have also been told he has something to do with land or real estate or building a village for people looking for something unique.
Have been told we would meet "by chance" in whatever area I end up moving to.
However, I'm not looking and would be just as happy to have a female "best friend" in the area to do stuff with. I have come to realize the world mistakenly puts romantic relationships on a pedestal and downgrades all other relationships, like family, friends, or pets. We act like romantic relationships are the pinnacle of love, but there is no pinnacle - there is only love.
Lorri, very funny.
Very interesting reading. I have always wondered why I don't have any kids. When I was dating in my late twenties I kept meeting women who didn't want to have kids. I always wanted a family so that intent should attract others with similar intent according to the law of attraction.
I have always assumed it is karma. To pay for previous transgressions against children in another life.
Just a personal anecdote to share.
@Patrick: What is the cause for the current uptick in cases with children who have ADHD and autism? Is it vaccine-related?
Q, there's no such thing as karma. As far as relationships are concerned, you can choose to wait and just look for a person that has a life contract with you. Doesn't mean it'll always work out, we're all here to learn things but on the other hand...
Correct, there is no karma. If karma means a sin & transgression account into which all the bad energy of a person's evil deeds are deposited, which then reach a certain balance and come flowing out to punish the bad person. This does not exist.
Says The Committee: "Increases in ADHD and autism are detection related. The true incidence of these conditions has not changed, the definitions and included symptoms have been expanded, in addition to many more instances being diagnosed as such within the newer and broader ranges. Previously many people who exhibited symptoms of either condition were accepted as having that personality and were not considered as something besides a person with uncommon personality traits."
Patrick, that makes total sense. I never thought of it like that.
I'm curious about why you came up with such a specific reason you didn't have kids.
There could have been so many reasons your soul might have put that in it's life plan. It doesn't have to mean you did anything wrong in a past life.
What do you call a man on your doorstep with no arms or legs ?
Survey says, mat.
Correct, put Matt in your pool he becomes ?
I'd have to say : Bob?
Quite interesting considering I had premature menopause so there was no decision on my part about having my own children, It was obviously in my life plan for whatever reason and decided before I incarnated. We did adopt and he ended up having ADHD.
"...in my life plan for whatever reason and decided before I incarnated."
In your life plan which you designed.
Premature menopause is actually "Ovarian Failure".
I'm sure adoption is a chance to grow in certain ways that your soul must have felt would be beneficial.
In my extended family, the fertile aged nieces and nephews seem lost. Especially the college educated city dwellers. It feels like doomsday out there. Can't blame them for not wanting to reproduce.
Whereas my daughters grew up poor in the country dealing with hardships (mostly mental) associated with lack of money. . They are replacing themselves and then some. . They learned early on the power to thrive is possible even when the sh*t hits the fan.
It's generally more expensive to live in a city, so I can understand.
An obvious solution to problems of pollution, over-consumption of natural resources, traffic jam, etc is to have fewer people. Planet Earth might finally get a reprieve from over-population starting in the next decade. Shouldn't we celebrate this?
Of course, birth rate is directly related to the number of souls wanting to re-incarnate on Earth. On this side of the veil, I would think it is driven by the prospective of child-bearing people. If people are hopeful, they tend to bear children; and if not, why bring another life to suffer from all the social, economic, and environmental problems?
Woman desiring a better (whatever that means) man, (or man desiring a woman with Barbie body shape), and substitution of marriage (ie sex and relationship) by video game and pornography, are symptoms rather than the underlying cause of low-birth rate.
Of course, the situation in China and India is quite different, men out-number women by something like 13 to 9 there. In China, bethrothal cash payment of more than US$50,000 is often demanded by the bride's family, after he finds a willing woman. Chinese birth rate is plummeting, but Indians are still breeding happily.
The ones who lament the population going down insist that there will not be enough younger people to pay into social security and other such programs.
But I think a lower population would be better for the planet for sure.
I think more people are suffering financially than we know. Food banks say they are supporting more families than ever before. I was just reading an article about "mini food banks" which are kiosks people put food in that can be taken by anyone. Since there is no refrigeration, it's only shelf stable stuff in cans or boxes, and breads. They said the kiosks are emptied out within two or three hours of being stocked. A lot of the needy come by at night because they are embarrassed to be seen.
The problem is invisible because at the same time there is suffering, there are also people doing really well, or at least well enough that they are not so adversely affected by inflation that their lives are precarious.