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Anthropology of the Future

Posted on October 30th, 2016 · Posted in anthropology, Consciousness, culture, design, future

Challenging Conditioning and Limited Consciousness

I know that when I tell people that I am anthropologist, it conjures up images of working with remote tribes a la Margaret Mead or digging up skulls a la Louis Leakey. But I’m not that kind of anthropologist. I am deeply passionate about our future, and know that our future is seeded in the culture we find around us today.

Anthropologist Terence McKenna (all quotes his) is an inspiration to me, especially in his exhortation that we know the problems that exist on our planet, and we know how to fix them. So what is the resistance to change? It’s culture, and as we all know, culture can change.

It’s clearly a crisis of two things: of consciousness and conditioning. We have the technological power, the engineering skills to save our planet, to cure disease, to feed the hungry, to end war; But we lack the intellectual vision, the ability to change our minds. We must de-condition ourselves from 10,000 years of bad behavior. And, it’s not easy.

So how do we change culture? The first step is to understand it, and this is without a doubt the purview of anthropology, which began as a way to capture cultures in transition or decline. Anthropology has shifted, however, with the realization that culture is everywhere, and culture is highly dependent on context. Culture is sort of the tail wagging the dog. Collectively we all hope for a better world, but systems and deeply entrenched interests tend to prevail. Cultural change is about changing minds, but even more importantly, it’s about changing hearts and igniting the fire for change within us. We are, quite simply, the guardians of the future.

You simply have to turn your back on a culture that has gone sterile and dead and get with the program of a living world and the imagination.


One of the things that has to change is that we accept our role in the creation of a future we will bequeath to subsequent generations. But when I say ‘accept our role’, I don’t mean what we contribute to creating these problems, but rather what we don’t contribute to solving them. Far too many otherwise well-meaning people have given up on changing the behemoth that we call culture. ‘Life isn’t fair’, we say. ‘Bad things happen to good people’. ‘There is nothing I can do’. Apathy and complacency are survival skills we develop in response to a culture that seems to not want to adapt to the needs of the many, rather than the needs of a few.

We tend to dis-empower ourselves. We tend to believe that we don’t matter. And in the act of taking that idea to ourselves we give everything away to somebody else, to something else. If you don’t have a plan, you become part of somebody else’s plan.

So what can the average person do? The answer is simple: promote new ideas, help change the words. The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis (linguistic relativity) posits that our ideas and words shape our worldview. By changing the ideas and words so prevalent in our culture, worldview shifts. This is the power of memes. Those among us who care about the future (most of us do) should try to be conscious of the effect they are having on culture with the ideas they promote and the words they use. What they contribute, as McKenna says, is part of the entire human story. We should share positive, constructive ideas and try to drown out the not-so-great, or downright destructive ideas, so prevalent in a culture that has mostly given up. We should also demonstrate our solidarity with other people and their ideas, so others know we support them.

The syntactical nature of reality, the real secret of magic, is that the world is made of words. And if you know the words that the world is made of, you can make of it whatever you wish.

So yes, there is an easy solution, but it does take a long view approach and it does require constant care and attention. Many of us would prefer more instant gratification, but this is the reality of how culture changes. It’s how reason was introduced, how scientific thinking happened, how we have evolved and been enlightened as a culture. It’s simple, promote the worldview that you want to pass on, recognize the seeds of the future in today, and help change the conversation.

The problem is not to find the answer, it’s to face the answer.


About Lisa Galarneau, Ph.D: I am a socio-cultural anthropologist, futurist, and US Army Veteran. I am also a #Disclosure activist.

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Anthropology of the Future was originally published in Community of the Exoconscious — The Institute for Exoconsciousness on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Was John Podesta’s Center for American Progress Designing Disclosure?

Posted on October 26th, 2016 · Posted in Disclosure, Exoconscious Citizen

Grant Cameron’s Wikileaks Research on October 26, 2016, cited multiple cc’d emails between both former and present staff of John Podesta’s, Soros-funded, Center for American Progress (CAP). Did Podesta’s interest in UFOs and ET Disclosure involve his CAP organization, or was ET a minor personal interest?

Unspeakable Exoconscious: Swimming with Stars

Posted on October 21st, 2016 · Posted in Exoconscious Human

We ET Experiencers know the silence. Every ET encounter holds the unspeakable. What happens to us is either too complicated or we don’t have the language to express it. So, we remain silent.
Many of us remain silent for a lifetime. Locked in an indescribable experience.

WikiLeaked: Was Edgar Mitchell Planning to Meet with Podesta, then Obama?

Posted on October 18th, 2016 · Posted in Disclosure, Exoconsciousness

Was Edgar Mitchell’s Wikileaks meeting with John Podesta, scheduled for the week of August 11, 2014, when Podesta was Counselor to the President and Edgar was Chief Science Officer and founder of Quantrek, a first step to arranging a meeting with President Obama?
Yes, in his June 25, 2014, email, Edgar requests a meeting with both Podesta and Obama.
John, with this email I am requesting a conversation with you and President Obama regarding the next steps in extraterrestrial disclosure for the benefit of our country and our planet.

Podesta Wikileaks: Exoconscious Invitation to Lunch

Posted on October 15th, 2016 · Posted in Disclosure, Exoconsciousness

Two years ago, I emailed then Counselor to the President, John Podesta, stating my high regard for his commitment for disclosure and asking him to lunch to discuss Exoconsciousness, his ET self-awareness. Today, my lunch invitation is archived in the Podesta Wikileaks emails.
I figured Podesta liked pasta and I wanted to get to know him as Exoconscious. If he asked, I wanted to introduce Podesta to Exoconsciousness–the innate human consciousness ability to connect and communicate with ET.
Because….Podesta is Exoconscious. I am Exoconscious. You are Exoconscious.

How to Become an Exoconscious Human: Portal to Ascension Webinar

Posted on October 14th, 2016 · Posted in Exoconscious Human

Please join us for the Portal to Ascension webinar Saturday, October 22 from 3 to 4 pm PST. We will explore how we become an Exoconscious Human who effectively integrates and uses their innate ability to connect and communicate with ET. While connecting with ET involves many forms from CE5 star gatherings, UFO and orb experiences, and direct ET visitation—the Exoconscious Human begins with an internal awareness and awakening.

Edgar Mitchell Wikileaks Email to John Podesta is Authentic

Posted on October 10th, 2016 · Posted in Disclosure, Energy, Exoconsciousness, Extraterrestrial, Telepathy, UFO

Recently, George Noory asked me to film a segment on his Beyond Belief Gaia television program. Much of our conversation focused on looking back over my 5 years of working with Dr. Edgar Mitchell and his zero-point energy non-profit, Quantrek. We also discussed my current work with the Institute for Exoconsciousness.

Little did I know that following that interview, my work with Edgar would spill out of a Wikileak hack of John Podesta’s emails.

Over the past days, I’ve witnessed the confusion, dismissing, and elation surrounding the email leak.

As a researcher, I know the frustrations that accompany trying to piece together a journalistic narrative, especially when all you have to go on are a random email, one of the subjects has passed away, and the other is unavailable.

Wikileak Disclosure: What I know

In the spirit of discovery, I want to offer what I know of the Mitchell-Podesta Wikileak email. Please accept it in the spirit it is given.