con-quest: 1. The act or process of conquering, or acquiring by force; the act of overcoming or subduing opposition by force, whether physical or moral; subjection; subjugation; victory

as the theory has worked thru the system (people being slaves to ideas - people being slaves to other people - one man being a slave of another man - do the work for me - a belief - that someone else can do your work for you - when only the individual can balance its debt to the tree of life - and only the individual is responsible for the value produced - no one else can do it for them - competence is the responsibility of the individual alone) the practice of slavery has become progressively less acceptable - moving from racial, to social, to personal... it has been tamed down / synthesized / transmutated enough that the principle itself is now predominantly identified with personal, self-inflicted / mutually afflicted conditions - people being slaves to the influence of something other than their true self..........

money as an intermediary for weening out of slavery = i can't force you to do what i command anymore (formerly under penalty of death - presently under scrutiny of life) - so i will pay you money to continue being a servant - weight on me........ alternative = co-operating to support and educate about self sustaining conditions = being of service = a voluntary act initiated and animated by L.O.V.E. - appreciating the value inherent in the living truth of the actual and overall achievement... light into weight into speed...........

SLAVE - Slav \Slav\ (sl[aum]v or sl[a^]v), n.; pl. {Slavs}. [A word originally meaning, intelligible, and used to contrast the people so called with foreigners who spoke languages unintelligible to the Slavs; akin to OSlav. slovo a word, slava fame, Skr. [,c]ru to hear. Cf. {Loud}.] (Ethnol.) One of a race of people occupying a large part of Eastern and Northern Europe, including the Russians, Bulgarians, Roumanians, Servo-Croats, Slovenes, Poles, Czechs, Wends or Sorbs, Slovaks, etc. [Written also {Slave}, and {Sclav} {Zhenya Rock}]

Slave \Slave\ (sl[=a]v), n. [Cf. F. esclave, D. slaaf, Dan. slave, sclave, Sw. slaf, all fr. G. sklave, MHG. also slave, from the national name of the Slavonians, or Sclavonians (in LL. Slavi or Sclavi), who were frequently made slaves by the Germans. See {Slav}.] 1. A person who is held in bondage to another; one who is wholly subject to the will of another; one who is held as a chattel; one who has no freedom of action, but whose person and services are wholly under the control of another. 2. One who has lost the power of resistance; one who surrenders himself to any power whatever; as, a slave to passion, to lust, to strong drink, to ambition. 3. A drudge; one who labors like a slave. 4. An abject person; a wretch - someone entirely dominated by some influence or person.

7.4 time-sync / indigenous people: "After the "Big Bang" erases all prior memory, the specie slides into instinctual entropy. This dis-ease is most common in white people. This gravitation drag increases until spiritual resistance is at its lowest ebb, and viral infections spreads until it reaches pandemic proportions of STUPIDITY. That is to say, believing that man can live by bread alone. Stupidity is the only unforgivable sin. It is both anti-natural and anti-spiritual.