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The Constitution of the Nanonation of Possibilica

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The Constitution of the Nanonation of Possibilica

On this, the 26 day of May in the year 2013 of the Gregorian Calendar it is hereby declared and ascertained that the nanonation of Possibilica already exists in the global ethnosphere of Earth.

The nanonation of Possibilica is an energetic configuration of no less than 3 people committed to the assemblage of distinctions and declarations in this constitution which come from the context of radical responsibility.

Radical responsibility means: What is, is, as it is, here and now in the moment, with no story attached. (Arnaud Desjardins) Just this. (Lee Lozowick) Responsibility is applied consciousness. Irresponsibility is an illusion. There is no such thing as a problem. It is impossible to be a victim. You have a Box. You are not your Box. Low drama is Gremlin food. If you see a job it is your job to do. The universe is built out of archetypal love. (Clinton Callahan)

This clarity ignites unquenchable inspiration.

The purpose of the nanonation of Possibilica is to place the unquenchable inspiration ignited by radical responsibility’s clarity in the service of Gaia (Gaia being the specific field of consciousness of Earth) in the form of a Permanent Autonomous Zone (PAZ) to research, develop, document, and communicate about life in archearchy.

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100 Million Nanonations

Nanonations begin with creative collaboration
Nanonations begin with creative collaboration

A superstition is an easy-to-understand concept that has no basis in reality. Believing a superstition blocks the perception of more useful possibilities. But superstitions are not called superstitions until they are recognized as superstitions. Before then they are regarded as the truth.

A superstition that participants in modern culture have not yet identified as a superstition is “the nation-state.” This superstition became popular in the 1800s as a win-lose game (“If you get the resources we die, so we will do whatever it takes to get the resources.”). This superstition includes the concept that a nation-state is connected to a piece of land on Earth. Since all the land on Earth has already been claimed by the current 206 nation-states, it is assumed that no new nation-states can emerge on Earth.

But the connection between a nation-state and a plot of land is not a law of nature. It is invented in the imaginations of human beings, pure fiction, a story marketed to you by – you guessed it! – the current set of nation-states.

The concept that land on Earth can be owned by either a person or an organization is also pure fiction, another superstition, easy to understand, but asserted without basis in reality.

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