The Story of B - Section 15: The Great Remembering Summary & Analysis

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Section 15: The Great Remembering Summary

B lectures on "The Great Remembering" on May 25 at the Schauspielhaus Wahnfried in Radenau. The modern culture has its own form of PCP, the narcotic, which blinds Man to his biological limitations and vulnerability: the Great Forgetting. Many think that it is too late for Mankind to save itself, but there is still time to begin the Great Remembering. The Great Forgetting fostered the delusion that the world was empty of humans until the beginning of the modern culture, the Agricultural Revolution. Once Man realizes that cultures existed before this one, they begin to see this as the single culture that God intended for all of humanity. If people remove the obscuring lenses of the Great Forgetting, they can see that the founders of the modern culture were tribal people surrounded by other tribal peoples. The founders...

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