The Law of the shotgun or “law of the machete” Is an unwritten law. It is the code of the Jungle.
“When you know that everyone is armed, behavior is quite congenial” – says Hamilton Souther – Master Shaman and Owner of Blue Morpho Tours.
It was surprising to hear that from the famous spiritual healer. I thought people like him were anti-gun nut pacifists. I was wrong. He is smart, and this is the cold hard truth of life.
I experienced this when I traveled to the Amazon to take part in an ayahuasca ceremony.
I went to a beautiful majestic place of peace and deep energetic spiritual healing.
I went to The Temple of The Way Of Light. It was a remarkable out of this world experience. Everyone there was kind, intelligent, and loving. Oh, and also there were about 8 or 9 men with guns.
Even in this peaceful setting. Living in harmony with nature, deep in the Peruvian Amazon. The natural human right of protection and self-defense is still in effect.
Anyone who is familiar with psychedelics knows violence is the antithesis of the experience.
Instead, they make you feel unconditional love, a sense of connectedness and oneness. People report feelings of infinite bliss, happiness, gratitude and love, not violence.
For these kinds of soul cleansing, higher consciousness experiences you need a safe space. That includes guns to protect you from bad people. There’s a difference between defensive protection and aggressive force.
You need to make sure that people feel comfortable, safe and secure.
And I did. I did not need to worry. There was no need for me to want to arm myself. There had not been an incident at the place in its ten-year existence. It was all precautionary measures.
Maybe we would all be ok having private security teams to guard our homes and follow us around 24/7?
Of course, the average person can not afford to do that.
It’s hypocritical of Obama and Hillary to talk about “sensible gun reform.” They are the most guarded and protected people on the planet earth. Men with guns protect them 24/7.
Deprogram from the mainstream media class and political classes fear based propaganda.
The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. That is cliche to say at this point, but it’s true.
No matter where you go in the world. From the most spiritual of places in the depths of the jungle to office buildings and stores in cities. There are men with guns offering protection.
My point is. There is no difference between these men with guns and you and me. You’ve heard the saying “your body is a temple”, and as I wrote above, even temples need protection.
Today, A story out of Kansas reported on an attack on a woman and her baby in a wall mart parking lot. A good Samaritan came to her rescue and the attacker pulled out a gun and shot him. That man is now injured in the hospital, but to his rescue was another good Samaritan with a gun. The other good samaritan with a gun shot and killed the attacker and saved the mother and her baby.
What would have happened if that good guy with a gun did not step in?
Instead, the reporting of the story would go like this: “Violent incident at a Wal-Mart today. The Armed suspects are still on the loose after shooting a woman and taking her baby. ”
Who knows what would’ve happened.
I feel passionate about three things: Liberty, Psychedelics, and personal development.
To me, they all follow the same basic principle of self-ownership and property rights.
Who owns you? Your mind? Your body and soul? Do you claim full ownership over yourself or not?
If the answer is no. I’m sorry to tell you, but you are a slave.
If the answer is yes. Great! Welcome to team freedom.
Freedom means the right to protect your most important piece of property. Yourself.
One of the biggest violations to a person’s life s to take that innate right away from them.
I believe in this with all my heart and soul and guess what? I do not own a gun, nor do I walk around armed. Why?
1. I live in Manhattan, and I feel pretty safe.
2. There are cops on every corner, and if they saw me with a gun, they would shoot me.
3. there are no violent crimes in my neighborhood or the places I go to.
But, if for some reason, there were a spike in violence and gun deaths. I may have to consider breaking the law to protect myself. It’s my life and My body, and I want to live. I’m not going to wait until I’m dead, and the police are chasing down a suspect. What good is that? I’m dead.
Instead, we should all be free to protect ourselves. The gun is the great equalizer in our modern world. It’s only fair to allow good people to protect themselves with the same tool that the bad people have.