My theme is that the great shame of humanity--who passes itself off as homo sapient--that is, as "the man in the know"--is that nobody knows why we live and die or ever will. But because we're supposed to act like we know--otherwise we're considered sub human--we suppress our inalienable ignorance --which is the source of our sympathy for each other--and in the course of the suppression, sympathy sours into the contempt of the superior for the inferior, of the hierophant for the egalitarian.
An introduction to class conflict and thus to the marxist analyses.
Egalitarian cooperation, which serves as a supplement to Marx's critique of wage-labor; a reconciliation between anarchy and communism, --that is, the right to be free and the necessity to be economically equal. And laced throughout the material the spiritual idea that while we don't need God to realize ourselves--we just need each other-- the divinity needs us to realize itself. In other words, the final goal of a cooperative egalitarian society is the alchemical creation of magic!