What is the definition of a revolution?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    A revolution (from the Latin revolutio, "a turn around") is a fundamental change in power or organizational.

    Yet this understanding isn't that which most men are talking about when they are talking about Revolution. As written by the beatles that which is spoken by men as revolution isn't more then the act of some beastly men for their egotistical dreams of capturing power.

    No Revolution isn't done by the hands of man, but by forces on a cosmic scale. Look into the Ouroboros, the snake that bites its own tail, it is also at the center of the 2012 phenomenon, but silly blind and beastly men can't see past their own hands.

    Revolutions are cycles, each man has several layers, each civilization, each planet and throughout time there are countless layers of revolutions hidden in plain sight by men that wish to blind themselves with power and blind others with lies.

    Maybe everyone should worry more about revelations then revolutions.

  • revolution means-is the movement of the earth around the sun

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