Overcoming the Robotic Mind – Why Humanity Must Come Through

Author: Julian Rose

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The dangers of humans slipping into a state of obeisance to mechanistic inventions has been a pressing issue ever since the industrial revolution. But in 2019, and in the midst of an electromagnetic era and the promise of robots taking-over human work patterns, the issue is at the very forefront of concerns for the physical, mental, psychological and spiritual well-being of mankind as a whole.  Julian Rose tackles this highly prescient “monster in the living room” by entering into a passionate examination of what lies behind intelligent human beings displaying a pacifistic acceptance of that which should instead, he believes, provoke a spontaneous uprising. An uprising that would finally lead to the emancipation of “man as slave”. 
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Between the Covers of Overcoming the Robotic Mind – Why Humanity Must Come Through – is a cornucopia of vital information which will combine to dispel the illusions of the unaware and put in place a lucid vision of another way forward for mankind.

Drawing upon his highly diverse experiences as an actor, organic farming pioneer, political activist, broadcaster, social entrepreneur, holistic educator and international campaigner, Julian Rose presents a compelling view of the way to break-through the destructive patterns of our consumer obsessed society, challenging his audience to recognize life’s bigger picture and to think and act ‘outside the box’.

Using an essay style to explore and expose a wide range of contemporary planetary concerns, he calls for a rise in consciousness, so that individuals can fully participate in building a better future together. The book’s title: Overcoming the Robotic Mind, concerns the author’s expose of the anti-life position of the Transhumanist agenda. An agenda that promotes the notion that computer power will soon take-over control of the human mind.

Through the channeling of reawakened energies into a process of root and branch socio-economic reform and spiritual uplift, Julian Rose foresees a renaissance of ‘bottom-up’ creative endeavour which can directly challenge the failed status quo; reshape our planetary existence and lead to a deeper and more subtle relationship being formed between man and nature, as well as between fellow human beings.

Quite simply: you are invited to jump-in at the deep end – and start swimming with energies that reinvigorate your very soul and shine a beacon of light on the road ahead.

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Pages: 248 pages

Publishing Date: June 2019

Dimensions: 13.5 x 21 cm

Type: Paperback

ISBN: 978-619-7458-47-3

Category: Non-Fiction

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The dangers of humans slipping into a state of obeisance to mechanistic inventions has been a pressing issue ever since the industrial revolution. But in 2019, and in the midst of an electromagnetic era and the promise of robots taking-over human work patterns, the issue is at the very forefront of concerns for the physical, mental, psychological and spiritual well-being of mankind as a whole.  Julian Rose tackles this highly prescient “monster in the living room” by entering into a passionate examination of what lies behind intelligent human beings displaying a pacifistic acceptance of that which should instead, he believes, provoke a spontaneous uprising. An uprising that would finally lead to the emancipation of “man as slave”. 
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Between the Covers of Overcoming the Robotic Mind – Why Humanity Must Come Through – is a cornucopia of vital information which will combine to dispel the illusions of the unaware and put in place a lucid vision of another way forward for mankind.

Drawing upon his highly diverse experiences as an actor, organic farming pioneer, political activist, broadcaster, social entrepreneur, holistic educator and international campaigner, Julian Rose presents a compelling view of the way to break-through the destructive patterns of our consumer obsessed society, challenging his audience to recognize life’s bigger picture and to think and act ‘outside the box’.

Using an essay style to explore and expose a wide range of contemporary planetary concerns, he calls for a rise in consciousness, so that individuals can fully participate in building a better future together. The book’s title: Overcoming the Robotic Mind, concerns the author’s expose of the anti-life position of the Transhumanist agenda. An agenda that promotes the notion that computer power will soon take-over control of the human mind.

Through the channeling of reawakened energies into a process of root and branch socio-economic reform and spiritual uplift, Julian Rose foresees a renaissance of ‘bottom-up’ creative endeavour which can directly challenge the failed status quo; reshape our planetary existence and lead to a deeper and more subtle relationship being formed between man and nature, as well as between fellow human beings.

Quite simply: you are invited to jump-in at the deep end – and start swimming with energies that reinvigorate your very soul and shine a beacon of light on the road ahead.

Welcome!

Pages: 248 pages

Publishing Date: June 2019

Dimensions: 13.5 x 21 cm

Type: Paperback

ISBN: 978-619-7458-47-3

Category: Non-Fiction

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About the Author:

Julian Rose; early pioneer of ecological farming, integrated rural economies and decentralised community regeneration. Farmer, writer, holistic thinker, broadcaster and activist: Julian campaigns against all attempts to sterilise our living earth and create aspirations and expresses belief in the power of the human spirit to awake new life and hope.

Praise:

The author's integrity, honesty and sincerity shine out from each page and the ever-present guiding thought that "... there is no us and them. There is only us." is a powerful, uplifting and crucial assertion. Finding a way to enable everyone to understand and desire such a truth, occupies the entire book and draws on Julian Rose's committed and tireless engagement with the forces that shape our world... It is a call for action and we all have, floating around in our subconscious, the knowledge that harm is not done by those who are bad but by those who do nothing."
-Rosamund Young, author of The Secret Life of Cows

I found Julian's book quite wonderful. The more so in that the series of essays unfold with the continuity and unity of a well written novel. And yet nothing is fictional, all of it actual.
Harvey Grossman, internationally recognised theatre director and co-founder of The Institute for Creative Development. 

I was touched by the uncompromising analysis of how earth and all life on it is under threat. Even more so by Julian's dedication to find ways to overcome our ever faster slide into a dystopian future where the robotic mind, artificial intelligence and the internet of things will dominate and enslave humanity and all life.

Julian shows how interconnected things are. Once cannot separate our health from the effects of the electronic communication gadgets which steal more and more of our real lives. Nor one can separate the poisoning of the environment from the cut-throat non-morality of the dominant economic system.

In his book, Julian touches on many things such as politics, agriculture, genetics, trans-humanism, war, technology, depopulation, religion and spirituality. He inspires us to remember our own powers and responsibilities and gives us ideas of how we can overcome. He reminds us of the power of 'NO', meaning having enough of the madness and the will to NOT go along with it any longer.

Julian suggests that we return, by necessity, to our roots and that all those who can read the writing on the wall, should set their sights on getting re-earthed before the fault lines of change finally swallow up the outmoded and dysfunctional practices of yesteryear.
R. Teichmann, activist, writer, poet, amateur musician and a retired sea captain. 

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