As I attempt to compile information and to uncover, recover, discover my own mind, I’m finding the gaps daunting. I must change the tone and the content of this series of posts on science to reflect my inner reality: I’m on a fool’s journey, alone, with hardly a map.
This makes me certain of only one thing, which I repeat from last post: Science is failing us.
I am alone on this journey, but not without guides. To discern between guides leading astray and those leading toward truth is futile. I will take no one at his word from this point forward. If there is truth to be known, I will find it and I will know it as the newborn knows to inhale and the body knows when to expel his last breathe. There is the mind that knows a thing when it’s told to him—God exists, God does not exist, the scientific method works, the scientific method does not work—this is indoctrination. There’s another ‘mind’ some call it the mind-body, which is a knowing that transcends, a knowing that inhabits the individual and is based in the etheric reasoning of the mind-body. Contrary to the objection any rationally-minded individual has based on that statement, this is not faith, at least not in the way expressed by religion. Might this be what science is hopelessly searching for . . . the God particle? Searching desperately in the material world for an immaterial force, they are, perhaps?
I’m not asking you to follow me, but still I feel compelled to leave a trail of bread crumbs, for you or me, just in case. It’s a sort of mind map of my fool’s journey. I’ve committed that during the next two months I will be in deep study and reflection and my already limited social life will move even further into the background of my existence. Still, I so appreciate any thoughts or comments, breadcrumbs of yours, that might inspire or not, but that I will promise to take in as more food for thought.
My guides will change, sometimes dramatically, and at the moment they include Michael Tsarion. The occult in general will be a primary topic, and how could it not be, now with all the disgusting pedo headlines seizing up our neural networks.
I’ve been a student of the Tarot already for some time, I will deepen into that work and all the so-called ancient mystery school teachings. The origins of science stem from alchemy, they say, so it seems only logical the journey should begin there. I’ve circled around these studies for years, dabbling wherever the truthstream takes me, but I’ve never approached them with intent, with an expectation and an itinerary, yet with the malleability of my nature and as a seasoned traveler.
My foremost commitment—I will take no man at his word and I will follow no gurus be they men of science or faith. I will know it for myself, in my mind-body, or it will not be known to me.
I spent 18 years in formal education, and another 20 as a teacher. How could it be that now, in middle age, I find the knowledge I gained in all that time to be so insignificant in navigating my reality as to be nearly useless.
This week’s breadcrumbs:
The latest from Unslaved.com The Secret of Light
I studied and taught foreign languages my entire young life, and never heard of gematria. Suddenly it’s everywhere I look. Is it all crazy conspiracy theory, really?
And back to center–the fundamental reason this journey has become a necessity for me—the delusional sciences of climate engineering and plants.
“In 1997, Teller publicly outlined his proposal to use aircraft to scatter in the stratosphere millions of tons of electrically-conductive metallic materials, ostensibly to reduce global warming.(32)
Shortly after Teller’s presentation, the public began seeing frenetic chemtrailing. In 2000, CBS News admitted that scientists were “looking at drastic solutions for global warming, including manipulating the atmosphere on a massive scale.” CBS confirmed that the plan to load the air with tiny particles would “deflect enough sunlight to trigger global cooling.”(33)
Bon courage, fellow sojourners.