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A Mass Migration into Space

A Mass Migration into Space

A great migration into space is beginning. As space exploration evolves from the control of national space programs to commercial enterprise, the nature of the effort is changing. There is a German word, “zugunruhe”, that describes anxious, restless movement, often associated with migration. When a change comes, some species feel the urge to migrate. They call it zugunruhe. It comes as a pull of the soul to a far-off place, a scent in the wind to be followed, or a star in the sky that signals a change.

There is a pull on the soul of the human race that is calling us into space. Some of this can be explained by simple curiosity, the desire to explore the unknown, but there is more. There are also desires to have space instead of being crowded, desires to have freedom instead of the oppression of government, desires to be self-sustaining instead of trapped into reliance on economic systems that are manipulated by others, and desires to have a full range of free expression of philosophy, spirituality, art and more.

These desires come in complex rainbow blends, but all the combinations can be met by a migration to space where things will be what you make of them. All the unknown territory you can explore, all the elbow room you need for expansion, as much freedom and self-reliance and self-expression as you can scoop up; all of these things will be abundant.

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