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Mutant Message Down Under. Kindle edition, 1994, Paperback 2004. I am very conscious of all the critics against this book, who appears no to be approved by aboriginal community at all. Nevertheless, the book in itself contains a very challenging message, which is what interests me here.

77Jacques GRANDMAISON: ”Le défi des générations: enjeux sociaux et religieux du Québec d’aujourd’hui. Fides, Québec, 1995, pp 313-314.

78 Jeremy RIFKIN:’ The European Dream: when Europe ‘s vision of the future is quietly eclipsing the American dream” Tarcher Penguin 2004, page 5.

79 Ilya PRIGOGINE and Isabelle STENGERS : ”Order out of Chaos: Men’s new dialogue with nature.” Fonatana books, 1985.

80 There is a whole literature on the “energy of the vacuum”. There even are engine prototypes already functioning with cosmic energy. But, were that technology really develop, it would be the collapse of a solid part of our energetic empires. Mankind does not seem ready for such a type of energetic revolution http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1134/is 1 112/ai 97174292

81 Willis HARMAN: Global Mind Change , the promise of the last years of the twentieth Century. Institute of Noetic Sciences ( Sausalito, Ca. www.noetic.org) . A second edition of this book is published by Berret-Koehler, San Francisco, 1998.

82 Rupert SHELDRAKE: “Seven Experiments That Could Change the World: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Revolutionary Science” Park Street Press UK, 2002.

83 One should find interesting to read the collective work edited by Basarab NICOLESCU:”Le sacré aujourd’hui” Editions du Rocher, Paris 2003. This high level reflection includes believers and unbelievers. From a working group linked to UNESCO. They witness the new directions of the sacred in he 21st century.

84 Samuel HUNTINGTON : « The clash of civilizations » in Foreign Affairs, summer 1993.

85 Ilya PRIGOGINE and Isabelle STENGERS : ”Order out of Chaos: Men’s new dialogue with nature.” Fonatana books, 1985. Last page.

86 Here is the link to the documents of this excellent meeting of the DG Science of the European Commission, on the future of science and technology. http://cordis.europa.eu/foresight/conference2005.htm

87 Frederico MAYOR: La nouvelle page Editons du Rocher, Unesco, 1994.

88 Secularisation means total separation of religion and politics. It is not any more possible for religion to be manifested publicly. Religion of spiritual aspiration are considered as purely private. Some say that this “private habit” will disappear one day.

89 See , for instance, the work of Michel De KEMMETER: UHDR http://www.uhdr.org/fr/index.htm

90 Gospel According to Mark 2:22

91 Rupert SHELDRAKE & Mathew FOX:” The Physics of the Angels: Exploring the Realm Where Science and Spirit Meet, Harper, San Francisco, Paperback, 1996. See also: Rupert SHELDRAKE:” The Sense of Being Stared at: And Other Aspects of the Extended Mind, 2005.

92 The “State of the World Forum “ was created by Jim Garrison, and patronized by Mikhail Gorbatchev. In a large hotel of ‘Nob Hill “(the hill of the smart) in San Francisco, Jim had the genius to bring together one thousand people from the Unites States, but also from 45 other countries. All these people were interested in the ongoing cultural changes, or in the paradigm change. There I understood that I was not an isolated eccentric, but a member of a world community of reflection about the profound change and paradigm shift we are in. Unfortunately, this experience lasted only five years between 1996 and 2001

93 Paul H. RAY: “The integral Culture Survey: A study of subcultures and the use of alternative Health care in America. A report to the Fetzer Institute (Kalamazoo, Michigan ) and the Institute if Noetic Sciences (San Francisco, Sausalito), 1995. www.noetic.org See also Paul H. RAY& Sherry ANDERSON: The cultural creatives: How 50 million people are changing the world. Harmony Books, New York, 2000.

94 See beginning of Chapter 3, where I describe the four stages of paradigm acceptance according to Kuhn.

95 It was a difficult fight because the sociologists were not convinced. I then understood the dilemma of the sociologists. They are condemned to only find what they already know, since their questions always are oriented toward what they want to find. There are no “objective” questions. And, thus, the commission sociologists who were rather classic and did not consider as interesting this hypothesis of the existence of “cultural creatives” in Europe. Finally the “Forward Studies Unit” of the European Commission entrusted the inquiry analysis to an outside consultant so as not to hurt anybody’s feelings.

96 Jean-François TCHERNIA, Les styles de valeurs des Européens, Research International, 13 av. de la Porte d’Italie, F-75640 Paris, Tél. : (33-1)44066565. E-mail : rifrance@research-int.com, october 1997.

97 Association pour la biodiversité culturelle:” Les Créatifs Culturels en France”, éditions Yves Michel 2007. Foreword by Jean-Pierre Worms.

98 Special thank to professor Enrico Celi, in particular, who was kind enough to communicate to me the preliminary results which are not yet published

99 Marc LUYCKX:” Religions confronted with Science and Technology” European Commission 1991. This report is accessible on my blog: http://vision2020.canalblog.com, go to” Religions and science”

100 Takeshi UMEHARA:” The civilization of the forest” Published in “NPQ” Summer 1990 PP.22-31

101 If intellectuals are 5% of the population, one may estimate that 10% of that group represents… 5 million intellectuals who would be in these new values.

102 See Marc LUYCKX:” The transmodern hypothesis” in “Futures “ November/December 1999. You can access this text through my blog: http://vision 2020.canalblog.com: go to “Religions and civilizations”

103 see http://www.beyond-gdp.eu

104 Susan MEHRTENS : « Learning designs and the Third Wave » in Perspectives on Business and Global change, a publication of the World Business Academy, Volume 13, number 4, December 1999, p. 59, Sales : Berret and Koehler Publishers, Email bkpub@bkpub.com Mrs Mehrtens is know in USA through her excellent book on tomorrow’s business, with MAYNARD Herman Bryant Jr: The Fourth wave: Business in the XXIst century Berret & Koelher, San Francisco 1996.

105 Susan MEHRTENS : « Learning designs and the Third Wave » in Perspectives on Business and Global change, a publication of the World Business Academy, Volume 13, number 4, December 1999, p. 59, Sales : Berret and Koehler Publishers, Email bkpub@bkpub.com Mrs Mehrtens is know in USA through her excellent book on tomorrow’s business, with MAYNARD Herman Bryant Jr: The Fourth wave: Business in the XXIst century Berret & Koelher, San Francisco 1996.

106Verna ALLEE : « New tools for the new economy » in Perspectives on Business and Global change, a publication of the World Business Academy, Volume 13, number 4, December 1999, p. 59. Sales : Berret and Koehler Publishers, email: bkpub@bkpub.com. See also her excellent book: The future of Knowledge: Increasing Prosperity through Value networks" Butterwoth Heinemann, Elsevier Science, USA, 2003. Verna is also working in Europe as an expert for some EU research projects.

107 This concept of implicit knowledge will be developped much more by Ikujiro NONAKA & Hirotaka TAKEUCHI "The knowledge creating company" Oxford University Press, 1995.

108 Verna ALLEE: The future of knowledge..." Page 158.

109 Baruch LEV: “Intangibles: Management, measurement, and reporting”. Brooking Institution Press, Washington D.C. 2001. Pp. 150. Quote is from pages 6 - 7.

110 Thomas A. STEWART : The wealth of knowledge : Intellectual capital and the twenty first century organiszation Nicholas Bradley, London, 2002. page 268-278. See also his first book : “Intellectual Capital” of 1997.

111 See Thomas STEWART: The wealth of knowledge page 304.

112 See http//:www.saratogainstitute.com. they call this index the "Watson-Hyatt capital index"

113 One of the advanced in this new field of research is Verna ALLEE. See www.vernaallee.com

114 A recent report by the Work Foundation in UK quoting Eurostat is explaining that:" In 2005, just over 40% of the European workforce was empoyed by the knowledge-based industries. The Nordics and the UK (48%) has the biggest shares of employment in the knowledge eoconomy. Sweden has 54% followed by Denmark (49,1%) and Finland (47,3%). Page 6. See "The Knowledge economy in Europe" prepared for the Council of Ministers of the European Union of spring 2007. http://www.theworkfoundation.com/Assets/PDFs/KE_Europe.pdf

115 See: http//:www.neskey.com


116 I am putting “scientific” between brackets, to underline that this definition of science is modern and would not be accepted anymore by Prigogine and others new thinkers of transmodern science.

117 By the way, this model forms the basis of the political architecture of the European Union as conceived by Jean Monnet in 1950. All countries sitting around the table are strictly equal.

118 I owe here gratitude to Dr Ricardo PETRELLA, who proposed me this contract in 1989. Here is the title of this report: Marc LUYCKX: “Religions confronted with science and technology: Churches and ethics after Prometheus” Translation: Donal Gordon and Timothy Cooper. European Commission, Brussels 1992.

119 Charles BIRCH: On purpose: a new way of thinking for a new millennium. ”New South Wales University Pres, Kensington, NSW; Australia, 1990. p.xvi.

120 Samuel HUNTINGTON: “The clash of civilizations” Foreign Affairs; Summer 1993.

121 Ilya PRIGOGINE & Isabelle STENGERS : Order out of Chaos: Men’s new dialogue with nature.. Fontana books, 1985.

122 Karl POPPER: Objective knowledge, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1972.

123 I will come back later on this new concept of science now emerging.

124 Thanks to Steven A. ROSELL, President of the Meridian Institute, San Francisco. CA.

125 Joseph JAROWSKI:”Synchronicity: the inner path of leadership”, Introduction by Peter SENGE, Berret & Koelher, San Francisco, 1996.

126 Sherry Ruth ANDERSON & Patricia HOPKINS : The feminine face of God: the unfolding of sacred in women., Bantam Books, New York, Toronto, London, Sydney, Auckland. 1992.

127 Riane EISLER: The Chalice and the Blade (1988), & Sacred Pleasure (1995) & The Partnershipway (1990) Harper San Francisco.

128 Françoise GANGE: Les dieux menteurs. Editor : La Renaissance du Livre, Tournai, Belgium, 2002. ISBN 2-8046-0594-9. and Jésus et les femmes Editor : La Renaissance du Livre, 2001.

129 HENDERSON Hazel: Ethical Markets: Growing the Green Economy. Chelsea Green, Vermont, 2006. See more book in the Quoted Books at the end.

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