The Planetary Cybernetic Intelligence: A Transhumanist and Transcultural Democratic Territory

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Karibu! The word democracy comes from Greek “demos”, it means people and those who hold sovereign power. Thus, democracy is closely interrelated to metacognition of feelings and fundamental principles of others. For this reason, current global educational policies must support the civic imperative to educate in neurobiology of love and solidarity: through an isomorphic ontology which recognizes the 60,000 daily deaths due to hunger and homelessness as our own ndugu (“brothers” in Swahili).
Moreover, we must discern that dignity and freedom of human being also belong to cosmic and planetary order, because we are made of stellar material! The emergence of human being on Earth is just one stage of the universe. We are eco-dependent beings with a double identity: one´s own identity that distinguishes us from others and another one which is interdependent to environment. An environment constituted by all beings that feed upon it, which can only build their existence, autonomy, creativity and individual wealth in ecological relationship with the environment. That is, individual-social development and environmental-planetary evolution are mutually dependent, because the permanent metamorphosis of nature is an autopoietic totality in continuous transformation.
Therefore, a historical turning point would entail the recognition of a real education that teaches to contextualize, summarize and globalize through Sattwa osmotic communication. The Homeland-Earth harmonization requires knowledge evolution towards new transhumanists and transnational dialectics concepts in order to prevent future conflicts. In this sense, Internet’s recognition encouraged by International Law is an immediate priority to evoke an opening tolerance of diversity and transcultural democracy. Internet is, in essence, a parallel space-time which feeds on the concept of transnational, transcultural, transpolitical, transreligious and transhumanist connectivism.
Thus, self-transcendence means becoming aware of the multidimensional and multi-referential nature of reality. From a quantum point of view, the whole material in the multiverse is interconnected. The quantum consciousness is attached to space-time and represents an essential element of multiverse, that must be included in future theories of physical phenomena which arise from the cosmic dance between interconnected and interdependent relationships of ecology between humans and the natural environment: the called world-society. We must perceive that we are synchronized and correlated consciousnesses coexisting in various realities, as we are made of light fragments’ from the same big bang. Then, if we all share the same consciousness, when we understand ourselves, we understand the whole of humanity. Thereby, the reminiscent search for universal brotherhood adjacent in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights requires a samadhi transpersonal psychology.
Therefore, treat multidimensionality of Sambhogakaya consciousness involves an inner transformation in search of self-knowledge, where the nature of emotional intelligence and epigenetic psychological complexes derived from common heritage of world-society, must find ecocentric cosmovision through inner mystical experiences and external scientific experiences. We speak about a spiritual phenomenology and an intelligence revolution that transmute the real-abstract in real-concrete and vice versa. A transcendental theosophical control, whose non-local correlation involves interferences in the subconscious of collective intellect of Brahman. So that, it is necessary to support transpolitical and transnational legitimization of the cyber space-time, to develop his revolutionary transhumanist message: the understanding of the glocal problems interconnections’ as an attitudinal dynamic network of cooperative and non-violent relations.
Javier Collado Ruano
Director of Edition

This article was published on September 15th: International Day of Democracy, in Global Education Magazine.

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