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The Aquarian Conspiracy: Personal and Social Transformation in the 1980s Paperback – October, 1981
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About the Author
ROBERT W. HARRIS has been a freelance writer and designer since 1990. He has written twelve books, including DOS, WordPerfect & Lotus Office Companion and When Good People Write Bad Sentences. His books have been main selections in the Small Computer Book Club and the Book-of-the-Month Club. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I was astounded to see that this book has 3.5 stars - then I saw the reason, the poor souls who have created a terrifying reality filled with satanic conspirators have been sharing their delusions. I think they unwittingly prove a major tenet of the Aquarians: we don't see the world as it is, we see the world as we are.
Ferguson's insight into the power of networks three decades ago is particularly impressive - Twitter's role in the Iranian uprising is a clear example of this potential being used to transform the world.
The title's reference to the 1980s is a lesson in itself - this is a process with no beginning and no end, and change always take longer than we want it to. That being said, we have come a long way in past three decades. Obama is our leader! He sees that in order to create a future with less violence and more love (which, BTW, is what Jesus would do) we have to be less violent and more compassionate. As Ferguson says, the Aquarians realize that there are only means, no ends. Secret prisons in which human beings are tortured are inconsistent with the ideals of our forefathers (who were certainly early Aquarians) that all men are endowed by their creator with the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. When we act inconsistently with this ideal we are doing more to destroy our country than any terrorist ever could.
If I could give this book more stars, I would - read it!