A question that was received...
I've been finding the blaming and hatred against white people growing for a few years. But it seemed to come to a climax during the riots. I'm also wondering why this matter has come to a head now — as though there isn't enough hardship already? It was embarrassing to me — a white male — to see how some white people were groveling as though apologizing for existing at all. What can we learn from what you're describing as the downfall of the white race? Can learning the insights that cause these illusions, prevent the cataclysmic loss of culture of the race?
Yes, learning the insights can bring graceful change instead of hardship. Every race has great gifts to give and if blindly attacked because of racial intolerance, the racial gifts become lost in an attempt to eliminate the folly. This impoverishes mankind as a whole.
As I described recently, we are encountering ghosts from the past that appear during specific cycles of life. In approximately 300 AD the white race was systematically wiped out through racial genocide in the Americas and in Asia. The event is recorded in the Book of Mormon — the Mormon scriptures.
Their Strong Suit and Folly
The white race represents the Northern direction — that which represents the mind — and therefore their strong suit is the intellect.
Their folly is arrogance — the same way in which humans have become dominated by the mind, believing it to be the most superior and reliable way to navigate through life.
Each of the races represent a direction, and have their strong suit and folly. The answer to the imbalance of the mind dominating life, as always, lies within and can be repaired by the powerful Original Ones. It is a mistake to not acknowledge the uniqueness in which each race contributes to the evolution of life, but to clamor for "equality" instead. How can dissimilar things be similar? How can the West begin to be the same as the North and then blame the North for being what it is?
The Flawed Ideal of Equality
The great illusion behind racial shame and blame, can be found in the search for sameness (something we have been studying for years) and the flawed ideal of equality. In the great diversity of life no two grains of sand are the same; no two snowflakes or human beings.
When indigenous people, or other tribal people move out of their own environment and forsake their own culture, they become alienated from themselves and their natural inclinations; they abandon themselves in their effort to 'fit in', to become part of the white man's tribe. This causes internal conflict and feelings of being inferior as they try to thrive in a milieu that is not natural to them. The imbalance of the white race's dominance can gracefully be corrected; but it's not done by destroying their cultural heritage or blaming them for being what they are, for like any race, their cultural heritage is their gift to humankind.