Codex Aquarius Volume 1: Summary by Chapter

Chapter 1: The point of no return
It is advisable to study the trends on the evolutions of the weapons and the evolution of the wars in terms of human damages that they produce. Where are we, what can we expect? What is coming? Faced with these appalling prospects, it is studied how this risk is managed and who assumes it. It turns out that the whole risk rests on a very small number of politicians, which explains why their sense of responsibility and their actions will be studied throughout the book. The term deterrence and its implications are assessed. Our notion of control of the risk of conflagration is duscussed. If it has not yet taken place, it is also that we have been lucky ... for the moment ... for how long? The business of war and its links with morality are also discussed. A first reflection is addressed on what may be a responsible attitude in this context.
Chapter 2: Cunning fiction
Jules Vernes is admired today for having predicted at the end of the 19th century, in his science fiction novels, of inventions who came of age in the 20th century like the submarine or the rockets. This chapter addresses the predictions of one of his contemporaries on the blatant inability of politicians to make the right decisions. This political irresponsibility is explained by the existence of a long-standing hidden association, of intelligent men, who manage to compromise politicians to the point of making them betray the interests of their country, to start wars, for the benefit of the association. These cunning men succeed thanks to their advanced knowledge of the human nature deviations. Some French laws from its past 50 years are examined to see how well the fictive projections correspond to contemporary French reality. The human weaknesses that allow this reality are underlined. Reflections are shared on the possibility that this association is more than a fiction. The link is made between the danger hanging over us and the irresponsibility of those who lead.
Chapter 3: The interest loan or the unsustainable concentration of wealth
Why since antiquity many religions have forbidden lending at interest, when it is such a widespread practice today. The answer is in the title and detailed in this chapter. People, with a limited moral conscience gradually took a significant place in our exchanges, then in our political life, to come to take control of the system as a whole at the cost of lies and increasingly crude immoral acts. The process of chaining moral weaknesses and new temptations is described to understand how and why we operate in such an unhealthy way today. Such villainies are a big weakness for the system in place. Wars are necessary to hide them and maintain it. Eliminating the possibility of waging war is the most reasonable solution for a return to morality in collective organization and above all to avoid immoral wars that will inevitably end up being fatal to humanity.
Chapter 4: CETA
A production of the political system in the European Union is studied, also validated by all of its national political systems, some of these regions and Canada, around the year 2019. Attention is drawn to the importance of this production, since it acts as a constitution. We have to face the very boring nature of this production to accept the reality that the European Union has established a dictatorship where the law of the financially strongest reigns. Metaphors are used to understand the moral aberration of what is established. A correlation is considered with the system of loans at interest. An analysis of the power relationships that are being put in place is proposed to quantify the civilizational retreat of which we are spectators in unconsciousness.
Chapter 5: Duality
The notion of duality is explained to understand the usefulness of the difficulties encountered by humanity. It is proposed another level of understanding of a tormentor. It is explained that a problem is the loss of balance in a situation. It is studied how to rebalance a situation which is too subject to polarity. Superiority is overthrown by humility. But true humility passes by the experience of superiority. The positive aspects of the interest loan are highlighted. A warning is made about the temptation to reject it too quickly. It is said where the major imbalance is in this world.
Chapter 6: The Allegory of the Cave
This story tells that men who have been in a state of slavery for a long time murder the man who comes to free them. It is questioned whether humanity today is ready to receive the solution to its problems. Would they kill Socrates a second time or give him blessings? The foundations of current knowledge and the attitude towards something new is examined. Cognitive discord is explained. It is studied the concept of evidence, and scientific evidence. It is explained why the search for truth is still illusory. Then the characteristics of a religion are identified, and the conformity of science with these criteria.
Chapter 7: The limiting principles of science
In order to avoid a religious use of science, 6 basic scientific principles are stated and explained. They make it possible to protect oneself in face of the authoritarianism of illusory scientific truth. The meaning of an exact science and the use of statistics are discussed. Based on Gödel's theorem, it is explained that the person demanding proof cannot achieve certainty and even, it can be deceived. While the real discussion is about uncertainties.
Chapter 8: The principles of mislieading
Socrates' cave is an emotional and mental prison. 17 techniques related to the use of our emotions are identified. It is shown their power, especially when combined. It is important to know and recognize them. Their identification allows us to get out of the illusion.
Chapter 9: The War in Libya
Study of a case of mislieading. The balance sheet of the French intervention in Libya is alarming. The responsibility of the people is recalled, requiring careful consideration. The hellish cycle of what is inflicted on Libya is noted together with the infernal moral decadence of the leaders, of 95% of the people representatives and of the media. An analysis of the moral decadence of the Western Roman Empire before its disappearance is made. Patrick Mbeko's investigative work on the events provides a new understanding. The soul of France is outlined. His death is announced. The difficulties that France is currently facing are logical, predictable and will worsen. The French people receive what has been sown abroad. Reparation for Libya is a moral necessity and a necessity for the survival of the nation, and the well-being of its people. It remains to say it to ourself, say it aloud and do it.
Chapter 10: Nonviolence
Lasting peace cannot avoid non-violent action. It must therefore be explained and understood. The foundations are revealed to understand the implications on his practitioner. The difficulty is high and the results are not guaranteed. It is a long process which cannot ignore many experiences. We come to know our limits. Suitable conditions to its use are identified. The power relationships underlying the current world are analyzed. Is nonviolence a duty or even a requirement? The notions of sacrifice, gift and greedy predator are studied. There are situations where nonviolence is unproductive. There are situations where nonviolence is a trap. An example of mastery of nonviolence is given. The compatibility of martial arts with nonviolence is studied. It is explained how very aggressive attitudes can hide behind nonviolence. Libya case study: who is the predator, who acted in a non-violent spirit? Warning and advice when aspiring for a change of regime, in a non-violent approach. Genuine nonviolence is non resistance.
Chapter 11: The Peace Plan
In the light of the previous chapters, it is time to act for a change in the way we operate. The intentions, the attitudes to adopt and the general idea to establish a lasting peace are formulated. France has a moral duty to change its military policy and thus to initiate this movement. The people must say it and be counted. The whole world is invited to encourage it. The leader is invited to join the people. The UN declaration on Libya is examined, highlighting the need to re-found the structures of international cooperation to extend this initial impetus to world peace.
Chapter 12: Universal Basic Income
The way we organize our exchanges is problematic today. Anticipating what peace will bring requires reflection on the subject. An income granted to everyone is an idea which is progressing and which will prevail for the majority. The problem is how to finance it and organize our exchanges in a fair manner. Healthy foundations are needed, which is not the case today. The current French system is already virtually bankrupt. Money must also be allocated to rebalance it. The nation's expenses are reviewed. The provided services and the relevance to the basic income are evaluated. Taxes must also be fair. It is explained why the progressive income tax is not. Once all the injustices have been settled, the accounts balanced, unnecessary expenditure removed, there remains one major issue to be addressed: free trade. It is explained how social protection is incompatible with the current free trade rules. This doctrine cannot be placed above that of the balance of trade. The contradictions of the European Union are raised. The idea of ​​balancing trade by taxing consumption is studied. A revolutionary approach to money based on our exchange needs is proposed. The impact of taxes on trade is highlighted. With this approach, it is possible to do without taxes and banks ...
Chapter 13: Global warming
The legitimate and scope of global warming are studied. The ensuing framework for the action is recalled: the golden rule. An alert signal is raised: it is explained why we can not trust what is served to us regarding the climate. The reader is invited to examine by himself the work of the IPCC and realize that the scientific limiting principles are violated, and that the mislieading techniques are at work. The IPCC's explanations and solutions are assessed as rogue. The mark of a takeover similar to that of the currency is shown. The need for an evolution of consciousness is expressed.
Chapter 14: The Legend of Freddie Mercury
The way to peace was paved by Freddie Mercury. The meaning of the song "Hammer to Fall" is revealed. "The prophet song" confirms what is said. "In my Defense" Freddie explains how he works. In the song "Breakthru", he offers his help. In the song "Miracle", he says how to do it. In "Time" he tells us to not wait. And in "Calling all girls", he invites us to spread the message.
Chapter 15: Notre Dame de Paris
An artistic architectural proposal is made for the restoration of Notre Dame de Paris cathedral.