Like primary and secondary sectors, service tertiary sector also plays an important role for the economic development of a country. According to economists like Colin Clark, Simon Kuznets etc.
This book is a true product of internet. During my scientific research activities in the 80s, I used some scientific "data banks" that could be considered a precursor of internet, The data banks worked rather clumsy, the entrance to them was restricted, and the services were very expensive.
Nevertheless, the existence of such data banks was perceived at that time as a true revolution in information and data processing by all scientists like me, who have commenced with their scientific and research activities in old libraries and have wasted much time going through hand-written or typed catalogues that were sometimes years old.
When internet was broadly introduced in the 90s, my expectations were hugely disappointed. The quality of most information was appalling, outrageous, at best, confusing and of little scientific or spiritual value.
The few scientific journals that began to publish in internet were as expensive as their paper versions and did not provide for any interactive services as some search providers like Google later did.
I realized that traditional libraries, to which I felt attracted since my early childhood, have never been a true vivisection of human mentality but the best and most spiritual part of it. Internet started instead as a closet of the mental excrements of humanity.
I do not intend to be too harsh on mankind - I am simply making a dispassionate, objective observation. Much has changed since then, and the improvement in some areas is more than evident. But I still miss the intellectual aspirations that make us enlightened beings in this medium.
When I began with the last, most intensive phase of my light body process inI decided to boycott this new mass medium and to switch on to telepathy. I could no longer bear the negativity, which internet emitted at that time.
The advantage of telepathy is that it is simultaneous, time-saving, emotionally much more intensive than the written word, and always precise in the transmitted information.
My boycott lasted for more than ten years, until I was urged by my higher self in autumn to check the latest channeled information on internet and make an analysis of the mental and spiritual conditions, under which light workers operate worldwide.
Now, that I am approaching the end of my current incarnation and my soul contract as an incarnated human being is almost fulfilled, I can definitely say that my chief mission on earth has always been in making a profound analysis of human intellectual achievements in all areas of spiritual activities and in evaluating all human errors and mental confusions from which Darkness on this planet stems.
This mission began with natural science and philosophy, but it soon became much broader and involved politics, economics, history, religions, trivial human thinking, social behavior, and human emotions.
Finally, I had to deal with modern esotericism, which is a poor substitute for human Gnosis, as it has been developed by many excellent thinkers in the past, such as Heraclitus, Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, Plotinus, Cusanus, Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz, Kant, to name some of them.
None of their teachings can be found in present-day esotericism and in particular in the numerous channeled messages from the 4th and 5th dimension, although this, in the history of modern mankind, unique information transfer from the higher astral realms onto the earth plane was meant to be a continuation of the spiritual Endeavour of these excellent thinkers in the past.
True knowledge can only evolve out of clear comprehension of the spiritual heritage of mankind. The most astounding feature of modern esotericism is its profound lack of any historical, philosophical, and cultural background. It is a declaration of intellectual bankruptcy.
All light workers, I have come upon so far, have absolutely no real scientific background and hence no understanding for the theoretical and intellectual deficits that current empiric science on this planet harbors. They have never made any attempt to recognize these flaws in human scientific thinking or to examine the possibilities, how they can be eliminated from the point of view of true spiritual knowledge.
In other words, they have failed to comprehend the actual purpose of this broad transfer of divine information from the higher spiritual realms, which has, in the first place, the function to transcend the narrow-mindedness of present-day scientists, whose ideas shape our modern technological society in a profound manner.
At present, there is virtually no dialogue between scientists and light workers as to adjust or possibly enrich their world views. This lack of communication is paralyzing the intellectual discernment of both groups. For instance, most channeled messages are transmitted in oral in trance or written automatic writing language.
At the same time many channels make their mediums aware of the fact that the original information that they receive is in a pure energetic form and that this information has to be diluted and transformed through many energetic levels into oral or written form, and that this energy transformation has to cope with many energetic resistances and limitations within the mental and emotional bodies of the channeled entity.
The chief energetic limitation is, however, the structure of human language, which is sequential and inadequate to express the simultaneity, multidimensionality and synchronicity of the information from the higher realms that create human reality on the earth plane in a secondary manner.
This information can be found in numerous channeled messages. It is a red flag of many channels for all incarnated entities who read their messages to start thinking over the structure of human languages and how it limits the scope of the information coming from the higher realms.
This is a huge Gnostic theme, the theoretical importance of which has yet to be discovered. However, I have not come upon a single light worker or medium that has taken this clue seriously and has made an effort to analyze human language from an energetic, astral point of view.
Light workers have not even realized this theoretical problem, because they are not trained in analytical thinking. For this reason, they cannot adequately evaluate the messages, they receive from their channels. They are, so to say, "lost in translation" of the multidimensional information from the higher realms into the linearity of three-dimensional space-time as experienced on earth.Conclusion.
This is a statistical measure that expresses the average price of some group of commodities in some year as a percentage of the average price of the same commodities in some other year. Business Sectors Essay. interaction between the different business sectors in the UK and the impact of external factors on business.
The business sectors of the United Kingdom (UK) is categorised into 3 major sectors namely Primary, Secondary and Tertiary sectors. Rising Importance of the Tertiary Sector Over the past 30 years, while production has increased in all the 3 sectors, it has increased the most in the tertiary sector.
The reasons for the fast development of the tertiary sector in India are as follows: The necessity for ‘basic services’ like hospitals, educational institutions, post and telegraph . Public Sector Employment in Canada - Outline and assess the scope (range) of public sector employment in Canada.
What are the main issues facing the federal government with respect to personnel policy and how well do you believe the federal government is organized to manage its personnel responsibilities. It is found that high service sector share in the economy is a cause of slower economic growth. Nonetheless, in the long run, slower growth rates cannot make noteworthy disturbances to the economy.
Because, service sector has a self correction motive through the income effect. Preface This book is a true product of internet.
During my scientific research activities in the 80s, I used some scientific "data banks" that could be considered a precursor of internet, The data banks worked rather clumsy, the entrance to them was restricted, and the services were very expensive.