Free from the international conspiracy

Here are extracts from the writings of spiritual teacher Ma Nithia Ludevi entitled “Free Yourself from the International Conspiracy Against Enlightenment”:

As a world community, our freedom is not in the hands of a benevolent spiritual governing body dedicated to peace, love and bliss; rather, it’s controlled by a minority group of greedy strategists who are oath-bound and sworn to dominate us, profit from us, and keep us in a state of ignorant dependency.

Almost every experience we have in this world has been tweaked to keep us dependent upon those who do the tweaking. The food we eat, the water we drink, the jobs we fill, the entertainment we distract ourselves with, the medicines we ingest, and especially the politicians we turn to for help… all of it (…) is a gilded cage for our consciousness.

If you take a trusting child and give him chocolate bars, comic books and video games, and then you tell him he’s free to do with those gifts whatever he wants, as long as he remembers you’re his boss, he will follow your rules as long as you continue to replenish his stock of bounty.

He will thank you for the candy and the toys, and in time, you can add more and more restrictions against his freedom, but he won’t rebel. He will be so conditioned by the comforts of the surroundings you provide him with that he won’t even know he’s being imprisoned.


Try the same experiment with a child who thinks for himself; a child who has overcome loss, or moved to a new place, or stood up against a bully; basically, a child who has realized what it is to be self sufficient. Give this new child the same chocolate, the same comics and the same games; then, like you told the first, tell him that he can do with these what he wants as long as he remembers you’re the boss. Just see.

He will be suspicious of you. He’ll wonder what you’re trying to get by bribing him. He’ll wonder why you have the audacity to power trip and call yourself his boss just because you give him a few trinkets. He won’t even humour you with the chance to set up restrictions against his freedom, because he knows even before you try to bribe him that life is about more than just comfort. Such a child will choose hard freedom over cushy bondage any day.

We, as a society, are like the first child. We have been given an abundant food selection, all kinds of technological gadgets, infinite games to occupy our minds, and we’re told we can do with all of these whatever we want, as long as we don’t forget that the corporate industrial complex is boss.

The corporate industrial complex, and along with it, of course, militant governments, dogmatic religions, mind controlled celebrities, conglomerate owned media monopolies, and more.

Our freedom is being whittled away, and we’re allowing it to be whittled away, because we don’t even know that our lives are about something more than sense pleasures and survival.

We eat toxic foods and feed them to our children; we flip through pages of trite magazines and grocery store novels; we watch reality television and listen to hypnotic pop music; and even when we intuitively know these things are detrimental to our higher good, we go on thinking we enjoy them anyway, because we’ve been conditioned to rely on them as escapes from the ennui of our begrudged, sectarian jobs.

Our captors needn’t even guard the doors of our jail cells, because we don’t know they have us under lockdown.

Too many shrug all of this off, thinking “the devil you know is better than the devil you don’t know,” or, “ignorance is bliss.”


They will blindly acquiesce to corrupt politics, contaminated food, mind rotting television and toxic vaccinations, because they don’t feel up to the task of finding tangible replacements for a system they hate, but endure.

I’d like to propose something radical, though: those of us who don’t know the ins and outs of agriculture don’t have to find a replacement for contaminated food; all we have to do is start eating organic, supporting the local organic farmers who are finding a way to supply uncontaminated nutritious foods, and share with our friends and families the inspiration to do the same.

Those of us who live in cities with fluoridated water don’t have to convince everyone in our municipalities to protest against fluoride; we just have to buy decent filters for our own homes, switch to non-fluoridated toothpaste, and again, share with our friends and families the inspiration to do the same.

We don’t have to struggle in battle against the FDA to make poisons like aspartame illegal; we just have to opt out of using these poisons in our own foods and drinks, and, as with the other changes we have the power to make, educate those around us to do the same.

Basically, if we use pop culture as an excuse not to reach our highest potential, then we, and everyone else along with us, will fail miserably to appreciate the greatest blessings of life on Earth. If we convince ourselves that change is futile unless everyone else changes first, then nobody will ever change.

But if, on the other hand, we choose to do what we know is best, eventually, and sooner than one might imagine, others will follow. It takes one voice to lead the world into song; one flame to light the candles of the many; one thunderbolt to bring down the tower of Babel.


We are Human Beings, not consumers. We are sparks of spiritual consciousness living in human bodies on Earth. We are the children of a Loving Creative Source!

We are not ‘citizens;’ we are not members of one demographic or another; we are not our genders, ages, names, or socio-economic classes. We are not here to run after the latest trends, or to blindly follow the dictates of chameleon-like leaders.

We are here to wake ourselves up and understand that life is whatever we make of it!

If ever you choose to bow down (…) let it be to the Infinite, and not to the Corporate.


 The 10 steps to free yourself from the international conspiracy against enlightenment are:

1. Do not consume any fluoride, ever.

2. Do not consume any aspartame, ever.

3. Avoid eating genetically modified, non-organic and highly processed, “foods.”

4. Avoid watching television.

5. Question your education.

6. Re-evaluate the validity of popular opinion.

7. Look within yourself to discover who you are.

8. Keep a Regular Spiritual Routine.

9. Drop all the judgements you have against those who are not ready to make the same changes you’re making.

10. Let Enlightenment be your number one priority!

Thanks to Ma Nithia Ludevi for these words of wisdom. Visit her site

Fear not, look for genuine spiritual teachers.




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