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Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:19 am
by C_D
I was on a journey by car to a place I was unfamiliar with. There were high bushes on either side of the road that masked the surrounding countryside, but mountains and a lake could be glimpsed occassionally in the far distance. I arrived at an overly large house for the small piece of ground it lay on, penned in by high wooden fences, with a tiny gravel pathway leading from the road to the front door. From the path, I could see the house was far larger than I had at first realised - as I stood before it, it stretched away to either side of me toward the haze of a distant vanishing point. The entrance door was small, faded and chipped with white paint. I entered.

Everywhere was wood-panelled. The effect was claustrophobia-inducing. The air was musty and barely breathable. Every corridor, ceiling and room was covered in aged, dark mahogany, slatted neatly together as though buttressing against some ghastly outside presence trying desperately, relentlessly to get in. Some corridors became a tight squeeze to fit through as they narrowed down to barely passable. There were staircases. Many, many spiral staircases. Some led up to higher levels, some leading to a dead end, some leading to tiny white-walled rooms with crawl spaces in the walls in which to hide. Access to many crawlspaces had a little wooden door that was padlocked shut. I entered none.

I entered the room as an observer. I knew they could not see me. This was past. A small boy with a shock of blonde hair lay on a table being studied closely - as closely as though with a magnifying glass - by an older man bending forward to scrutinize. The young boy radiated innocence and trusting love. His blue eyes pierced the dull surroundings with keen intelligence and desire to know. He got up off the table and started to explore. The older man remained in his shadow, keenly mentally noting the childs every move. Sat on a fireplace shelf was an old, brown clock with the hands stuck at 2 oclock. The older man was the young boy's older self.

I found a staircase that led to a window, through which I climbed. From inside, outside the window had appeared blackness, but once through, I stood on a roof with chimney pots against a bright blue sky. The air was cool and breezy and I could breathe cleanly. I could hear the young boy and older man climbing steps inside the house, in a endless loop of fascination.

I awoke and realised I had been inside the mind of my father.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Fri Jul 06, 2018 7:09 pm
by C_D
A muse about telepathy

We are operating at an extremely rudimentary level of telepathy - language.

Language allows us to transmit that which is in our mind to other minds, that can then be digested and assimilated by the other. This is fairly slow (on a sliding timescale) - and can also be open to misinterpretation, confusion or outright misunderstanding. There are many phenomena for which there are inadequate words to describe. Understanding is also subject to an individuals command of the language used and their general understanding of what the language used actually means.

It may be possible that Nature introduced full telepathy at an earlier date, only to find it too advanced an experience for the minds that practiced it. It could possibly have resulted in madness or some freak abhorations that were naturally lost during evolution. It may still exist amongst certain groups that learned to use it to their advantage, albeit, perhaps, in a more rudimentary form. This we cannot know until full telepathic ability has been developed amongst the entirety of humankind.

Full telepathy will be an experience unlike we have previously had the capacity to comprehend. It will include the following;

mind-voice to mind-voice vocalised communication - there will be no filter through which an individual can run their normal 'should I say that?' mask to hide true feeling or intention from the attendant other entity. It will be hailed as a time of honesty. However, along with direct mind-voice communication will come real-time, on-the-fly experience of feeling the the other individuals emotional status. This will add another level of communicative bonuses that will allow for temperence, moderation and most importantly, empathy . The ability to experience how another entity feels as a result of your actions will be truly liberating, exciting and perhaps, for many, revelatory.

Technology will play it's part. Just as you can only know what's on my mind if your are within shouting distance - so too will the new communication signal need boosting if we are to be able to communicate with it over long distances. Wavelengths and frequencies will be involved and perhaps current technology is not that far from being able to be adapted for use.

Fairly quickly after Realisation, language, as a means of communication between minds, will fade - to be replaced almost exclusively by imagery. Imagery is far easier to learn than language and education will be revolutionised. New technologies will enable the storage of mental imagery as a primary means of textbook communication, especially for future generations. Imagine trying to describe what a Van Gogh looks like, why you like it, how it makes you feel - by the use of language. It could take you hours to explain the nuances and subtleties. However, by transmitting the image and your attendant feelings - in totality - from one mind to another mind, it will allow our minds to do massively more - and in miniscule timescales. I suspect that this what a large portion of our currently unused brain capacity has been waiting for.

There will, of course, be downsides. There always are. I'll come back to this when, and if, I can be arsed.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 8:04 pm
by C_D
The Realisation is still in it's infancy, but the trickle is about to become a steady stream - and the stream will soon after become a raging torrent.

Freedom of thought - and thus speech - will make a welcome comeback.

We are about to change massively.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 11:57 pm
by C_D
Things are generally going to become quite scary in the foreseeable future.

At some point further down the line, a glimmer of sanity will appear - and then ultimately prevail.

It'll be rough for a while, but we'll emerge altogether better.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 10:02 pm
by C_D
What if
the news was planned in advance?
the story for now, to be told
by minds of order and control
where nothing is left to chance

Where fate is dealt a nudging hand
as keen eyes watch on fiercely
bonded tight with one another
they grow weary of self-control

Would we know... but how could we?
cut off from the signal noise
tuning in and tuning out
gaze drawn to something shiny.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 10:19 pm
by C_D
What if we suddenly found ourselves in a place where an enormous number of people had come to the conclusion that their entire lives have been lived within a system that they had believed was ok(ish), but it turns out that towards the end of the natural cycle of that system, it isn't ok - it's shit. With a capital s.

Ooops.

Bit awkward, eh?

OK.

What would we do in this hypothetical situation?

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 10:36 pm
by C_D
This is going to be great. Spectacular.
The more they collect, the more they have at their disposal to use against each other. We think they are collecting it all to use against us at some point in the future - and this is partly right - they will, if the need ever arises. If you stick your neck out far enough. Chances are, you won't. But it's not us that is their primary concern - it's each other. They love having all this dirt on each other. They know all the secrets. And they'll use it. Boy, will they use it.
But that's the game - whoever proves themselves last man standing by winning the shitty, nasty game of who appears least, but is actually the most despicable, has the blessing of the losers to lead. This will be interesting to witness and strange to experience.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:06 am
by C_D
Entry is automatic. The pull remains as strong as ever. But it does change. Over time, the period spent within can be stretched out. You just have to know to look for it. That it's possible. The place of don't give a fuckness. The soaring, massive expanse of absolutely nothing filled with everything. The light at the end of the tunnel, the lure. The city of white firework, the land of the silent symphony. That which stills the mind.

There's a doorway in there. Look and you'll see it. It's ajar. You're usually too busy experiencing it all, in it's totality, to notice. Why look for more when it's this good to start with? But it's there - if you're curious. Do - or do not - take your mind through it.

You cannot imagine.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:25 am
by C_D
I lead you by the hand
gripped tight by heart
across the vista of a land
a place unknown
that we have been
in one mind, together
we see it's scheme
to show the way
for whatever dream
that occurs in between
here and then
now and gone,
now and then
just as it seems.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:12 am
by C_D
What is it - this slowdive ?

The slowly curving arc towards the point of no return. To where the angels and demons seem to lay in wait, with open arms. To where we reluctantly go. Where we see at the speed of thought and where the edges become jagged, smoothed only by the vigour of their motion. Where it all becomes real. What we truly are. The core. The essence. Here, where we resist, where we fight it with all our of summoning power. The gap in the space between. The clarifying terror inherent in the corridors of knowing. The end. The end of it all. The end of the end, heralding the beginning. The nothing that is filled with everything, the understanding, the love for it all. The push, the pull, the near, the far, the open and closed; the happy and the sad, the right and wrong, the in and out; the small and the large, the good and the bad, all waiting to be seen.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 11:27 pm
by C_D
The bleached bone hand of fate reaches across the age to lightly touch its finger on my forehead, just above the eyebrows. The pressure is real. I can feel it there. Like something lurking behind me, just out of sight.

Me? Are you joking? You have to be having a laugh. Me? What the fuck are you thinking? Me? Nah, you got the wrong geezer. No hope. Not a chance. Forget it. Me? LOL. You is crazy.

What is there to lose? It just doesn't feel right - here - it feels wrong. Something is amiss. Something fundamental. Something at the beginning, when the rules were established. Something that made all else that followed tainted. It has been circumvented, corrupted. It's still there, waiting to be found. It can be found. I simply have to find it.

It will be mainly the young. They will awake one morning from a short dreamstate, look around and think to themselves 'What have they done?' They that have allowed this to happen. They that have built a world that worships trinkets. They that built bombs. They that take it all for themselves and care nothing for the other, revelling in their own success. It will be shocking that this was the way of things.
Shocking enough to act.

There is a new game plan. It has not be devised yet, but it is coming. It's in the hands of minds.

Be patient. Until you can't.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Sat Jul 14, 2018 9:37 am
by C_D
There is a growing realisation amongst seers that those whom live to dominate - and who do so easily - can be defeated by that which they have little defence against - new concept.There is a new wave of thought, building slowly behind the curtain, which holds in higher regard that which you can give of yourself as opposed to the current paradigm - that which you can take for yourself. This should not be confused with any current ideology that will make claim to it. It is not communism or socialism. It is a new mind-state - one in which the individual can see, clearly and without doubt, that the environment in which an individual inhabits, creates the individual, creates the environment. The old environment has become intolerable for many, excepting those that benefit from it the most - the Owners. Ownership of excess will become revolting to the senses. Social pressure will do the work of guns and bullets. It has already started. The first great act of contrition will be cleaning up and reversing the poisons we have inflicted on our environment, which we have allowed to be inflicted upon ourselves.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 9:47 am
by C_D
Toward a better understanding of the reality in which we exist, it may be helpful to consider the following -

Every gift bestowed is accompanied by a corresponding and balancing curse.

and equally;

Every curse bestowed is accompanied by a corresponding and balancing gift.

The two statements above can result in very differing outcomes.

Nature (capital N) i.e. the reality of existence, the nature of things, the way things are, solids, liquids, gases, elements etc - is strictly governed by a set of fundamental criteria to which it holds.

Humankind - as simultaneously both a part of, and seperate to, Nature (not unlike everything that exists) - is in a unique position within this reality to explore potentiality by use of their mind. This is not a claim of aggrandisement, claiming that humankind is so special - for all we know, cats may have it all figured out. They may know everything there is to know - and that's what makes them so chilled out. Content. Rather, the gift that the human mind has had bestowed upon it - that of questioning the ultimate truths - is unique, in that this quest for knowledge is balanced by the curse of frustration of not knowing it.

Gah, my mind has wandered back to the concept of See-ers - a growing obsession. I'll finish this thought another time.

TBC

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 9:49 am
by C_D
have you ever read a book and been surprised by the ending?

have you ever lived a life and been surprised at where you are now?

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:17 am
by C_D
To live a life in state of mind
is really not so bad
it's all the truth we have,
a truth that seems a world away
some forgotten time
just passed to past
from what has been
to now or what's to come
entwined within
a waking dream
our self
slipped by
a moment
here, now
gone

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 1:40 pm
by C_D
I first read and studied this presentation in 2007, just before the financial collapse of 2008.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.inf ... e23242.htm

Little could we imagine that the American people themselves would bring about the collapse of America. But their fate is tied to ours - a collapse of critical infrastructure will leave all those nuclear power stations and storage pools without the means to support themselves. An invasion by a non-collapsing entity may be required to stabilize American society just enough to keep the entire world from being poisoned irrevocably by the horror of out-of-control radiation, generated in the pits of hell.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Jul 18, 2018 11:44 pm
by C_D
Hmm. I knew I was able to look forward to a good night of post-harmony experiencing, as I closed the door and came back from 3state. Yeah, there had been lots of seedlings in there. Plenty of potentialities. I had no idea - until I began writing them down - how many I had actually grasped a hold of. I believe it is eight. So far. So let's get on with getting them down on paper, so to speak.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Jul 18, 2018 11:48 pm
by C_D
Concepts which are commonly accepted as reality, that can never be proven - are bullshit. E.g. infinity

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 12:10 am
by C_D
The Iatromantris can indeed heal through prophesy, as suggested - but the labour of the Iatromantis is not a simple case of receiving the wisdom to outline a golden future - but in the receiving of immediate disastrous futures, that must be diverted from, with tender touch and gory detail.
Towards the hidden golden.

Seemingly simple on the surface, staggeringly complex underneath.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 12:49 am
by C_D
Every time I think about it, I feel compelled to write about it. Because it's one of the most insane things I ever imagined possible.

The pro's and con's of Nuclear Power energy generation.

The must have it reasoning :
- cheap (whatever that means) - compared to other sources, apparantly
- neccessary (without it, we would all have to watch fewer hours of TV per day, turn off lighting when the area being lit is unoccupied, have fewer domestic appliances etc)
^^ I present the pro's, Ladies, Gents and all in between.

The consequences of a snafu, of which there are an immediate few :
- core melt downs within the power station itself
- melt-downs in storage pools, filled to the brim with a toxicity that nature itself had shunned as a viable option, leading to uncontrollable fires that lift the poison into our air
- in the case of multiple melt-downs - potentially spanning continents - vast areas, if not the entire globe itself - would become uninhabitable for many, if not all - lifeforms. For millenia. Millenia.
^^ Ladies, Gents and all in between, I present to you the con's.

We live in a different world now, right? I mean, today - right here in this moment - we can look at the above and say to ourselves;
What were they thinking, right? What were they thinking?