Why Belief in Authority is the Most Dangerous Superstition

Consent to ‘presumed’ authority, rather than stand in our God given freewill Power to end harm, empowers few at the expense of many, and is destroying natural systems upon which all life depends for survival.

Discover self-authority through self-questioning. As long as we are responsible with our own power, and as long as we don’t allow anyone to hold too much power over us, then we might just be able to get out of our own way as a species.

Deus Nexus

Source:Waking Times | by Gary ‘Z’ McGee

“Question authority, including the authority that told you to question authority.” ~Sixth grade girl

man-holding-globeLet’s get something straight, here at the outset. There’s nothing wrong with authority itself. It’s the belief part that messes everything up. Anyone can claim authority. But such authority only matters if others believe in it.

I can claim that I’m an authority on unicorns, but I better have the credentials to prove it. And it would also help if unicorns existed. But the point is this: If enough people “believe” that I’m an authority on unicorns, and they “believe” that I have dissected a unicorn and revealed the magical quality of its insides that causes it to shit rainbows, then I’ll not only have violated truth, I’ll have violated the minds of others and taken advantage of their ignorance. But, and here’s the rub…

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