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Guiding Ideas of Nonsectarian Humanity

Nature Message to Earthlings


Lie is a religion!
Lie is the religion of slaves and their masters.
Truth is God of a free man!
Russian writer Maxim Gorky. ("At The Bottom")


Table of content
Confession to Maat
Honesty of Nature
Freedom of the Soul
Formula of rational egoism

In ancient Egypt honesty was considered an animate entity and personified in the image of the goddess called Maat. Goddess Maat was a daughter of Ra, the Sun God, who embodied justice, truth and cosmic order. She was worshiped and remained faithful to. People prayed and swore by Maat.
From the very old Egyptian Book of the Dead, we read the Confession To Maat, which is simply a dedication to truth. Actually, it is a dedication not to do evil. It goes as follows:


"...Homage to Thee, O Great God, Thou Master of All Truth! I have come to Thee, O my God, and have brought myself hither, that I may become conscious of Thy decrees. I know Thee and am attuned with Thee and Thy two and forty laws which exist with Thee in this chamber of Maat.
In Truth have I come into Thine attunement, and I have brought Maat in my mind and soul.
  • I have destroyed wickedness for Thee.
  • I have not done evil to mankind.
  • I have not oppressed the members of my family.
  • I have not wrought evil in the place of right and truth.
  • I have had no intimacy with worthless men.
  • I have not demanded first consideration.
  • I have not decreed that excessive labor should be performed for me.
  • I have not brought forward my name for exaltation to honors.
  • I have not defrauded the oppressed of property.
  • I have made no man to suffer hunger.
  • I have made no one to weep. I have caused no pain to be inflicted upon man or animal.
  • I have not defrauded the temples of their oblations.
  • I have not diminished from the bushel.
  • I have not encroached upon the fields of others.
  • I have not filched away land.
  • I have not added to the weights of the scales to cheat the seller.
  • I have not misread the pointer of the scales to cheat the buyer.
  • I have not kept the milk from the mouths of children.
  • I have not turned back the water at the time when it should flow.
  • I have not extinguished the flame when it should burn.
  • I have not repulsed God in His manifestations.

I am pure! I am pure! I am pure! My purity is the purity of the Divinity of the Holy Temple. Therefore, evil shall not befall me in this world, because I, even I, know the laws of God which are God. Cromaat!..."
*The word cromaat is usually interpreted to mean that the truth shall be, or that, it is done in truth.
(From the book "True Esoteric Traditions" by Dale Palmer)

Pictured Anubis, guardian of tombs (jackal-headed), weighing the soul of the deceased princess (right). On one side of the scale is heart, on the other - a statuette of Maat. Patron of sciences Tot (with the head of an ibis) helps him, writing down the result of the measurement. The process takes place in the presence of god Sokar (falcon-headed).

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Honesty of Nature

Mention of Maat can be found even in the Pyramid Texts written during the Old Kingdom (since 2866 BC), i.e. long before the Book of the Dead. This indicates that the concept of honesty was inherent in the people since ancient times, which can be explained only by the fact that it is an inherent (innate) property of the human soul, and the derivative of the universal law of Love. The fact that honesty was peculiar to the general population, while the knowledge of the laws of the universe was only available to a limited group of people (mostly to members of royal family) indicates a high spiritual development of the population of ancient Egypt.

In this sense, honesty is a derivative of the spiritual law of love, the sign of spiritual development of people who managed to overcome the attraction of animal origin in human nature and highlight the spiritual principles inherent in the human soul. Honesty ideology was cultivated in ancient Egypt, which reached unprecedented prosperity in comparison with the surrounding nations.

Nevertheless, it should be noted that the lie can often overcome honesty. Wild tribes of Hyksos leaked through the unguarded border of Egypt and bloodlessly, by lies and deceit, seized power in Egypt during the XII Dynasty (1786-1552 BC) using trust and purity of the Egyptians. A significant decline in the development of Egyptian civilization can be related with this time. The New Kingdom after the liberation of the Hyksos in 1552 BC is characterized by a new highest flowering of Egyptian culture in all areas.

And though an honest man almost always loses to a deceitful, does this mean that lie is more powerful than honesty? In many concrete examples and cases this question can be answered positively. Yes lying is stronger, but the thing is that this is a temporary victory, and ultimately honesty is much more appreciated. And the reason is obvious. Lying is always selfish and aims at achieving small goals, conflicting with the laws of development of human civilization. On the contrary, honesty promotes development. Examples of this can be seen nowadays in developed countries where the level of a man's life is largely driven by one's contribution to the development of society. Honesty in human relations plays a significant role in the development of the industrial base in the country. No good welfare of the citizens and the development of culture can be achieved without honesty in the relationship.
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Freedom of the Soul
Why is honesty so good, and what contribution can it make to the development of civilization? Honesty is good in that people living in a society with a reduced level of risk associated with the risk of being subjected to hype, feel secure and freer. They are more willing to respond to good attitude of others. Sense of security and freedom allows people to more fully disclose their own abilities. These people are more willing to work for the benefits of the society, honestly applying their efforts. All this leads to the development of society and improvement of the welfare of its citizens.

In contrast, lie always aims to achieve selfish goals with dishonest ways, and leads to the fact that people feel constant tension of waiting to be cheated at any moment, fear for their future and insecurity. This fear paralyzes the activity of citizens of a deceitful society, forcing them to feel tension in anticipation of fraud on the part of any member of the false society. Work in such environment becomes uninteresting and even scary. And people are reluctant to work. High level of development of such society becomes problematic.

Thus, the work for the benefit of society is always associated with a desire to combine personal interests with those of the whole society, with open and honest behavior towards fellow citizens. Income from employment obtained by honest means, taking into account the interests of their fellow citizens, is always associated with human dignity and value for the society. On the other hand, revenues procured by fraud and cheating make a heavy burden on the souls of people. Such revenues create a sense of insecurity and hostility towards fellow citizens.
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Formula of Rational Egoism
Skeptics may say that it's impossible to defeat the power of money. That mercantile calculations always have been taking and will take over the spiritual laws. This is certainly not the case, first of all, because the moral laws of society development never come into conflict with the living material world, but rather define the possibility of its development. Nobody suggest to cancel money, but the role of money shall abide by the formula of rational egoism:

M = kW/H
M - personal income, averaged over the period of performance of any work;
k - coefficient of contribution and abilities of a man recognized by the society;
W - maximum monetary value of remuneration for the work done in a certain field of activity in the said country for the same period of time; (We refer here to the money that a person can spend for his personal needs. This amount does not take into account investments into the country economy, from which dividends are reinvested)
H - the level of Honesty of the person.

Coefficient k of the personal ability recognized by human society shows the contribution to the development of human society made by this person. The coefficient k may vary from values close to zero for complete lazybones, who are not willing to work, up to one, for people having elevated levels of abilities and making a significant contribution to society development.

The magnitude of maximum monetary value of remuneration for the work (W) varies depending on the level of democracy in society. The higher the development of democratic institutions, the less scattered the values W is.

Finally, the index of honesty (H) of a person can take values from one for absolutely honest people, to values close to zero for complete scoundrels. As you can see from the formula, this figure greatly affects the personal income (M) of a person.

This formula can be used to assess anyone's own level of integrity and the severity of one's views on one's own contribution to society. From this formula it follows also that a very large income received in a short period of time often shows a very low level of honesty.

Increased integrity of each person, according to this formula leads to a reduction of income. This does not mean that the formula contains a call for a general misery. Society with a low level of theft, in which people live honestly and put more efforts to its development, will obviously provide for the basic human needs for productive work and good rest in harmony with Nature, wealth of which a developed society is carefully preserving.

At the same time the number of poor people who are unable for whatever reason to secure a dignified existence will decrease. The reduction of the number of such people will reduce social tensions, and lead to disappearance of jealousy and hatred between fellow citizens.

From all said above, we can conclude that the laws of rational egoism say that if someone wants to achieve well-being in one's life, one should apply maximum efforts for the development of the society, in which one lives, and maintain extremely honest relationship with one's fellow citizens. This follows from the fact that, reaching personal well-being using dishonest ways that detriment the society and its citizens, makes it impossible for the people to provide their children for a life in a prosperous society. Living in an underdeveloped dysfunctional society everyone can expect any trouble from one's fellow citizens. The existence in such society becomes simply dangerous and causes a desire to move to a country with safe and open manners of its citizens and with fairer assessment of honest skilled labor. What we are witnessing in Russia at the moment of its history.
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