Jacque Fresco – Obsolete Values & Myths of the Past (Transcript)



In this lecture Jacque Fresco scrutinizes the myths and values that have dominated history, those related to decision making, individuality, superstitions, metaphysics, astrology, religion, prejudice, stereotypes, indoctrination, animism, purpose, love, justice, expectations, nudity, morality, competition, favoritism, holidays, rituals, marriage, relationships. Fresco examines at length the creation stories of the Bible, as well as stories about Moses and Jesus Christ. In explaining the origin of consciousness, Fresco notes Paul Brunton’s book, “Quest of the Overself.”

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