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The Oz Factors: The Wizard of Oz as an Analogy to the Mysteries of Life | [Lawrence R. Spencer]

The Oz Factors: The Wizard of Oz as an Analogy to the Mysteries of Life

Our humanity has long since been exceeded by the power of the wicked witches of science and government to destroy all life with nuclear weapons, alter our DNA and control our minds with psychotropic drugs and our lives with media lies. Our thoughts and conjectures about life and the universe are often based on assumptions, unproven theories, hearsay, rumors and misinformation. Decisions we make in life may be based on ancient attitudes and archaic practices
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Our humanity has long since been exceeded by the power of the wicked witches of science and government to destroy all life with nuclear weapons, alter our DNA and control our minds with psychotropic drugs and our lives with media lies.

Our thoughts and conjectures about life and the universe are often based on assumptions, unproven theories, hearsay, rumors and misinformation. Decisions we make in life may be based on ancient attitudes and archaic practices.

There are 12 common denominators that prevent observation, understanding, and workable solutions to problems of existence. How do each of these 'Oz Factors' influence our history, science, philosophy, our lives and our future?

We can chose our own Yellow Brick Road. We can pull back the curtain of rhetoric and dogma. We can build a better Emerald City for ourselves and our children.

Do you really want to go back to Kansas?

©1999 - 2089 Lawrence R. Spencer (P)2012 Lawrence R. Spencer

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