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In conclusion, Integral’s Infrared and Bailey’s Group One are similar, but only marginally so. Yes, both have a limited intelligence and are focused on survival. But Bailey’s Group One is long past the “fusion stage in regards to the physical environment.” The problem for Group One is not so much fusion, but overwhelm. They do see themselves as separate individuals. And, they can recognize others and the world around them as separate from them. They simply cannot understand others or the environment very well. This lack of understanding subjects them to becoming victimized by others because they cannot perceive others true motives. And, because they don’t really know how to navigate their environment, they are given few choices regarding how to survive and cope. For this reason Group One members are forced onto the extreme margins of society left with little hope and few resources in which to eek out their meager existence.
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