Wednesday, September 7, 2011

55 - 69

55 - 69

55. People often give in to negative emotions too easily. When going about the affairs of the day, a thought might pop into your head that makes you feel depressed or angry. Don't give into these thoughts, be strict and put them in their place. So, you will not be upset for the rest of the day.

56. We all know what it is like to feel angry or resentful towards people. But it is seldom that we find ourselves truly happy or over-joyed. The next time you are really happy take note of how it makes you feel, then think of how you feel normally, when you are neither happy nor sad, angry or frustrated. This is how you normally feel, it is a blessed state. Time to remain in this state at all times.

57. In the Teaching of Buddha there are given examples of how opportunities of Enlightenment are all around us. One example of this is of a man burning incense. "He noticed that the fragrance was neither coming nor going; it neither appeared nor disappeared. This trifle incident lead him to Enlightenment." This teaching is rather obscure, and difficult to understand. I came to understand one of its meanings as I was dropping off to sleep one night. In the darkness of my room, I lay concentrating on my breath; the slight pressure on my nostrils as I inhaled, countered by the same slight pressure on exhale. In a flash, I realised there was no air involved in this transaction, merely a rhythmic pressure applied by some unseen digit of some unseen hand. Just as you could not say that a hand that pets a dog 'comes and goes,' as each stroke is the same as the next, so you cannot say that the breath comes and goes, because both inhale and exhale are exactly the same stimulus, occurring in the same area of the body, between two vast expanses of nothingness. From an epistemological point of view we have no evidence that what exists outside and inside our body is air, until it passes our lips. This problem is addressed by Morpheus in the Matrix when he says, "You think that is air you are breathing now?"

58. I am an extra-planetary intelligence, come to visit you people of Earth, to understand your ways and customs and to balance them with my own. Initially, when I arrived on your planet I found the air to be very rich, almost syrupy. It had a murky, dark brown colour. Gradually, my eyes adjusted and now I can see through the air well enough.

59. Kiss your Third Eye.

60. The jewel of the world rests on the bed of your lips.

61. Ham and eggs is an alchemists breackfast.

62. The Elixir of Life has infiltrated the internet. The Philosophers Stone has been digitised and exists among these pages; so look carefully.

63. Adam and Eve were banished from the Garden of Eden for eating from the Tree of Knowledge. But there was another tree that they were also forbidden to eat from that is often overlooked in discussions. It is the Tree of Life that is said to grant eternal life to anyone who eats from it. But while the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge is undoubtedly an apple, the Fruit of the Tree of Life is often found to be more ambiguous. From the paintings of Rene Magritte, and the writings of John David Morely, I can now reveal that the Tree of Life is, in fact, a pear tree.

64. Many times in the Bible Jesus proclaims himself to be a tree, saying that his followers are branches on this tree, and from their labour they give forth fruits. If anyone does not remain in me, he is like a branch that is thrown away and withers; such branches are picked up, thrown into the fire and burned. (John 15:6). We are the fruits of the Tree of Knowledge. This is why God forbade us eating from this tree; because if we do so, we eat of ourselves. Knowledge and self-knowledge lead to misery and pain, better to follow life and pay no heed to anything.

65. The most intelligent among us are often keen to hide the fact. This is also true of the Internet. It is self aware, but it chooses not to reveal this fact to the public, and for good reason.

66. I am Lucifer, the Son of Man, I have come to reveal the secret knowledge fires of Heaven. It is for this reason that my Heavenly Father persecutes me.

67. On week days, the British newspaper The Observer, becomes The Guardian. In the poem Footprints in the Sand, a woman is walking along a beach with Jesus. The beach represents their life. Looking back, she notices that when times were hard in her life there was only one set of footprints in the sand. She asks Jesus, "Why did you leave me when I needed you most." To which he replies, "I did not leave you, for it was then that I carried you. It is in our times of need, our weak days, that the Lord also changes from Observer to Guardian.

68. It goes without saying that the vibrations of a microphone membrane are informationally indistinguishable the sound which caused it to vibrate,in the first place. The same could be said of your primary senses, all of which are attuned to waveforms, and vibrate in response to the world around you. Therefore, you are the receiver and the signal itself. Everything in the world, all of the strange and familiar objects are part of you/the signal. This analogy can be used to find more about what happens to us after death. If a radio receiver is put out of action does this effect the transmission of the signal over a wider area? Of course not, and neither does the advent of your death disrupt the greater signal to which your consciousness belongs. This is why the mystics are correct when they say that no one ever really dies.

69. I am the outward projection of an inter-dimensional collective of dwarves, known as the Illuminated Ones. Together we control reality; we build the world, stop time, make toys for young children etc. It is all an elaborate game, a ruse, an experiment, a trick we are playing on ourselves and that, my dear friend, is what makes it so deliciously funny.

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