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Book details
  • Genre:SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • SubGenre:Sociology / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:228
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781543957037
  • Paperback ISBN:9780964277397

The Book of Meme Law

Memes-Human Social Organisms Control Our Existence

by Britt Minshall

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Overview
Human Social Memes operate under rules never before brought to light. They Build Cities THEN destroy our civilizations, Create Gods AND make devils. They are in control of literally EVERYTHING.
Description
Social organism (MEMES) surround us - Families, corporations, religions, nations. One of the specific tasks of our memes is to captivate each of us into surrendering to our role in the Meme thus abandoning our own soulful self. This is why as you read news accounts of a happening you respond "How could he do such a thing?" in the past our answer was "The devil made me," or "God did it." BUT its not so, the Meme demanded it and we respond - ITS MEME LAW. Britt discover: every meme on earth adheres to the SAME 55 Default Settings, We call Meme Laws. They have nothing to do with the purpose of the Meme and most often people in the Meme are unaware they exist but as they react the world is controlled by them. Paul called them Powers and Principalities, but never understood them. Now you can understand and adjust to their powers over us. They ARE NOT myths or gobbling they are part of the Human condition.
About the author
Britt has served as a Law Enforcement for 16-years, a Hospital Chaplin for 9-years and a Parish Minister for 28-years all giving him a vast amount of hands-on streetwise experience at dealing with people , individual and in group, facing crisis. To this he has added a Doctorate from Boston University in Social Psychology - Group Dynamics and a Masters from Emory Univ. in Counseling Psychology. His post graduate study of Human Social Memes has lead him to his discovery of how groups act out universally. He has two grown children and lives in Baltimore, MD. He served in the Civil Rights movement for over twenty-years including one freedom ride. He has spent several months in Haiti over 8-years, serving as a missionary and a volunteer Chaplin to the UN.


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