Reality is not Real

Consider the possibilities of dark matter. Strange how something could be invisible and yet have a gravitational pull - or is it?

Remember the debate on Light being either an energy beam or a particle?

Now there's a new debate - whether matter is actually solid, or simply opposite energies reflecting light and opposing other energies - such as our own fingers, creating the feeling of sensation.

Science is delving into molecular make-up in a new way. Their theory is - if something can become nothing, then nothing can become something - or is that something never anything to begin with?

Maybe all of these somethings are actually just clusters of energy.

And all of the 'nothings' (like Spirits, God(s), and thoughts) are errant waves of these clusters.

Think about it - our brain is one big cluster of energy, and controls everything we see, do, and know. Our brain is literally tricking our bodies into perceiving solidity. Deja Vu is just a lapse in our left-brain to right-brain communications - a delay that causes us to experience it again. Another theory on Deja Vu relates to the mammilian brain perceiving it before it sends the information to our 'over brain' - the part that actually has the left and right hemispheres.

Whichever causes Deja Vu, these studies show us just how powerful our brain is in tricking us. But what the brain doesn't know, is that we can trick our brain too. The Law of Belief states that whatever we believe with conviction of emotion will become our reality. You may think this strange, but it truly is not that far-fetched. If our brain is made of energy, and the world is made of energy - couldn't we therefore spread the energy within our brain to the world?

In "What the BLEEP do we know?" they proove this theory. In a study shown in that movie, a thought can be implanted on water, and consistently change the 'picture' of the water depending on the thought.

Before Copernicus, we KNEW the Earth was the center of our universe. Before Columbus or Cortez, we KNEW there was only a finite amount of land. Before Voyager 2 we KNEW there were 8 planets. How is this any different?

Note: After online searching, no other credits can be found aside from "What the BLEEP to we know?" Had I found the studies, I would have credited them - so this article was taken from memory.


Humanity or Evolution, The Human Problem 3

Finally we reach the greatest of human problems - stubborness.

Our simple lack of will to change, or to realize we were wrong.

When Copernicus discovered that Earth is not the center of the universe, his greatest fear was publication because of the ridicule it would bring. Puritans dealing with excessive persecution in Europe found a new home in the Americas because they simply could not believe their way of life to be incongruent - and vice versa. Today, our nation stands upon pillars of Freedom of Religion, and Seperation of Church and State but they don't even truly uphold our way of life. Our pledge of allegiance proclaims monotheism, Christmas is replaced with Holidays, and forget about including The Creation in academia. I didn't say Replace - I said Include.

Personally I don't believe in Creation as it stands, but I still feel we should give our children a choice.

Everyone is so focused on going down One Road that they forget to look around them and see the sights. Choice is the key here. Tolerance of other's views. This whole war is based on intolerance. And I know why we're going through it now.

I'm a firm believer that occurances in history repeat itself until humanity has learned the lesson. In the 1500's Spanish trade ships landed in Japan, and then Jesuits came to Japan and tried to spread their religion. After close to a century of co-habitation, Japan finally got sick of it all, kicked out the foreigners, and banned any religion or culture besides their own. In 1853 the foreigners tried again, and after yet another century of trade and co-habitation, Japan cried out, "Black Ships, Black Ships" and once again kicked out the foreigners. The reverberations of which can be heard throughout Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Pearl Harbor.

What was the lesson? "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."

Japan had no problem living the way it was. Their internal economy was strong, laws were enforced, and eventually a Dynasty would change the way the people were treated. Sure their society was strange - but did they cry out for help in a message in a bottle? No. So they should have been left alone.

Society has gone through the lesson of tolerance again and again - but we just can't seem to get it through our thick towels - er, I mean heads. Let's see here, we've got African slavery, Seperate but Equal, the Salem Witch Trials, the Crusades, Hitler, women's suffrage - shall I go on? Feel free to add to this list.

My point is, you're not the greatest thing in this world. Nothing is. There is no end-all, no one true answer to anything.

Having said this, I am now changing the format of this blog. No longer will there be such a thing as 'series' of articles. I have found that I am boring myself, and probably you in the process. Starting tomorrow I will begin a new format, eventually leading toward the final format of this blog, including my own Wiki to save on definition space. There's lots more planned, so keep your eyes peeled and ready for a surprise in the coming months. Toodles!



It has always amazed me how America's technology is somehow so far behind. You wouldn't believe the cell phones they are already using in Asia - and now they're developing an holographic receptionist. Amazing!

Special Report! Interview With T. Chase

We interrupt our regularly scheduled post for this extra special announcement - I've got a special, exclusive interview with T. Chase. Please pardon the roughness of this - but I'm an interview virgin. Thanks T for popping my cherry ;) Strap in, cause here we go! (T's answers are italicised)

What precisely prompted your search for the future within historic texts?
I've been interested in astrology, prophecies, New Ageideas for about 20 years. In 1998 I started this werbsite to spread my ideas to the world, and have steadily added to since then.

Can you give a few examples of seemingly far-fetched predictions that actually came true?
I had predicted Muslim terrorism in July 2005 by the astrology pattern occurring then. And there was the attack on the London subways then.

Has doing this changed your life?
Yes. Actually its a hobby that I enjoy. It keeps my mind working. I work on my site several days a week.

How do you go about predicting?
As described on, I combine astrology, Bible Prophecy, the King James version Bible code, numerical analysis, etc., to predict future events. A major breakthrough for me more than a year ago was when I started using the King James version Bible Codein English on my computer.

Have you ever predicted anything besides complex systems?
I generally predict world events. But here's a guess on baseball: I think the Chicago White Sox will win the Baseball World Series this month.

What other applications have you found for your knowledge?
On my site you will see my attempts at using the King James Bible Code for many other applications: developing Cold Fusion for nuclear power, attemptingto solve the Natalee Holloway missing person case, theoretical physics, etc..

What do you hope to change or affect?
I hope to change the world for the better, and to warn the world about the danger of asteroid impact and Muslim terrorism with Muslims using nuclear weapons against the U.S.. I see a great world crisis with Muslim nuclear terrorist attacks on the U.S. and Israel in August 2007.

Finally, what is your prediction for Terence McKenna's Omega Point, December 12, 2012?
On my calendar page I have my predictions for future years. In 2012 I think the world will be still rebuilding following the catastrophic events of Armageddon that begin in 2007 with Muslim terrorist nuclear attacks. So a "New Heaven and New Earth" is being built then,
with the New Jerusalem in New York City. I think that President Hillary elected in 2008 (as indicated here by the King James Bible Code) will have much to do with rebuilding the world then.

For those who find the idea of Muslim nuclear attacks far-fetched, please read the recent 2005 book "The Al Qaeda Connection" by Paul L. Williams, about Al Qaeda having already brought nuclear weapons into the U.S. that they plan on setting off all at once in several cities, probably on some Osama planned anniversary date.

T was very careful not to answer my personal questions, such as what co-workers think of this hobby, and states to:
Refer to my bio information at the bottom of the first page of my web site. Think about the topics of my site, and you will understand why I prefer to not say too much about myself. I see myself as a kind of"Zorro" character.

Well, I can certainly relate with you there, T! Thanks so much for sharing yourself with me, and I look forward to working with you more.

Tomorrow we should return to the regularly scheduled events =)


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On my GoogleDesktop, I happened a glance at this headline:

"Archimedes Death Ray"

Gosh, I thought, I've just got to read this one!

Unfortunately, a lot of other people have thought on the same page, so the site it links to isn't loading right now.


You've Heard About The Quake, Right?

I don't have television, so this is the first time I'm getting to see just what happened and what's going on in South Asia after the Quake.

It's actually... strangely uplifting.

When you get there, click on "Race to Save Quake Survivors". Sorry if you tried earlier, didn't realize the link was wrong.

Japan, a Whole Different World

Sorry, I'm obsessed with Japan. Partly because the culture is so beautiful, and partly because the society is so... how should I say this... backwards.

There are some who take pride in their heritage, while others mock those of different backgrounds.

More on intolerance later, I've got an interview for you tomorrow that you won't want to miss.

Humanity or Evolution, The Human Problem 2

Now we return to Singularity, and add a new theory, Catastrophe Theory. There are published documentations, as shown before in Singularity, Psychic Evolution Pt. 3 regarding when Singularity will occur, and now we will apply Catastrophe Theory to this.

Catastrophe Theory deals with the possibilities when one factor changes - as in predicting mudslides and so forth. It is a part of Singularity theory - the part that tries to define what happens when two factors cross. The name 'Catastrophe' might be a bit off-key, if Ray Kurzweil's The Singularity is Near depicts an accurate prediction utilizing Catastrophe Theory, for his optimistic but cautioned future. However, T. Chase has been doing a lot of work on the subject of future economic conditions using numerous techniques, and an important part of his prediction for the very near future follows:

Oct. 2005. A 666 day interval date, possibly significant for the Antichrist and Muslim Terrorism. Oct. 3 2005 there is an Annular solar eclipse that passes over the Muslim world - Algeria, Tunisia, Libya. Oct. 4 is the Jewish New Year, and also Oct. 4 is when the Muslim Holy month of Ramadan begins, ending Nov. 2. Ramadan beginning as an eclipse passes over the Muslim world is very significant in terms of prophecy, and the Muslims will likely also find it so and interpret it as a sign from Allah. Watch out for major events in the Muslim world then, and especially watch out for major Muslim terrorist attacks on Oct. 30 2005, the Muslim Night of Power Lailat ul-Qadr, which celebrates when the Koran was revealed to Mohammed, which in 2005 falls on Devil's Night Oct. 30, the night before Halloween in the U.S., indicating there is a strong Satanic energy to the Muslim Night of Power in 2005. Also, the planet Mars (war) is closest to earth on Oct. 30 2005. This all adds up to major Muslim terrorism then, Oct. 30, and big trouble. This will likely cause economic chaos also.
He has so many more predictions and corelations then that - the site is truly an endless basin of information - but that's another story for another time.

Personally I haven't taken the time to sit and understand the math, but I can explain what is behind Catastrophe Theory. Shown to the right is a Cusp catastrophe - this classification applies to two 'control' factors. It may be a bit difficult to see what's going on here if you don't see the control part at the bottom. Imagine this diagram as a cross-section of land, and the Path A and Path B 'controls' are the tectonic plates. The 'bifurcation set' is essentially the energy conversion - the friction caused. All this action reverberates up to the top levels, and causes the sideways mudslide shown.

Essentially, it shows what happens when items work in opposite directions - now let's apply this to economics. Our controls are Supply and Demand. Demand has already started to slip into a different direction due to disproportionate expense/expendable income ratio, mainly because of increased gas prices. The effect on our stock market is apparent when one looks at the top losers at Trading Charts - most of them are 'extras', like Whirlpool, and Student Loans. The top gainers are all investment and energy related. So, money is going out of circulation - this is very important. When an investment is made, the money disappears for a short time before it is recouped and can be repaid - essentially it sits in a bank doing nothing for a few months. On top of that, we're paying more to overseas energy suppliers whether we realize it or not. Money is going out. One of the controls is slipping - the Catastrophe has already begun.

One of the ways we can reverse this is by investing within our nation, and not overseas, beginning with the stock market and working our way toward energy management. Also, exporting more and importing less would help significantly. So many American businesses are only American - they don't ship overseas because it's so darned difficult. However, it is exceedingly easy for foreign businesses to sell to Americans. China's bureaucracy has incidentally made their economy significantly stronger than ours simply because it is so hard to export to them. Another huge problem is overseas labor - we are paying the labor force of other countries for products that we're buying! If you think that's not so bad, think on this - the retail profit margin is generally less than 10%, and labor expense usually runs 40%, so we're keeping 10% in America and sending 40% to the other country for something they didn't conceive, invent, or dig up from natural resources. We're giving them free money and employing their people!

More on this tomorrow =)


Humanity or Evolution, The Human Problem

Some time ago in my personal journal I wrote about LCD or, Lowest Common Denominator. Essentially, it is a societal complex of wanting what someone else has to the point of completely disregarding familial and personal development, causing lowered societal standards for education, spirituality, and morality.

In the end, this causes a rat race - a continuous need to 'buy' and 'have'. This is where the problem lies. Instead of 'growing', 'developing', and 'expanding' we are constantly living in the minute instead of in the future. It seems nobody can see beyond their nose - or rather, that piercing they want in it. Society is so focused on having 'things' that they forget about the power of 'thought' - and worse yet, our government is encouraging this epidemic.

Welfare mothers see that if they have more kids, they get more money. When investors for a business cannot be found, new business owners turn to the government. Senior citizens who forgot to plan for retirement lean on the government. All this leaning on the government causes more people to want money from the government, and turns the government into a self-bankrupting lottery instead of a governing body.

Get this through your heads - the government is not your hand-out (see the entry in Common Sense). They make the laws, they keep us safe, they build our roads, and that should be it. Get your hand out of their tax plate - they need it to keep hijacked airplanes from crashing into national monuments.

Think about your position, and think on how you can develop your life into something better. 'Grow' into your better self, 'develop' a plan to walk out of the rat race, and 'expand' your mind. Reach for your spirituality, produce true thoughts on how to make a better future - don't just sit there and mope over your leaking roof, broken jewelry, or that Hilfiger shirt you can't afford to buy. Raise your families - not your bills. Get outside, do something fun and free, teach them about art, history, and your God or Gods. Discover your meaning for life, instead of the median income.

Don't worry about having a Geo instead of a Jaguar. Do you really need 6,000 horsepower to drive 35 miles per hour? Heck - do you really even need a car? Get a local job, or find something you can do from home. Conserve gas, decrease our national debt, and let America at large get out of this rat race.

We are our own problem. Our ideals, our wants, and that stupid 'standard of living'. Here's a news flash, in 20 years the position New Orleans is in will be a nationwide epidemic if we don't reverse these idiotic trends. Get away from that television and DO something productive, creative, and positive.

Tomorrow we'll look at more problems blocking human evolution...


New Location Coming Soon

Since the beginning of this Blog I've been working to create a permenant home for it and make this the mirror. I've had a lot of other things demanding my time, so it has truly taken much longer than I'd anticipated. However, yesterday I finally finished setting up the new design, and now all I have to do is gather the patience to transfer all of these posts over. The new location uses WordPress - which personally I find to be more powerful and versatile - and has lots of fancy neat design elements. I really can't wait to start using it =)

So, once that's all done, I'll release the new URL here. Both locations will be updated at the same time, so you don't really need to update your bookmarks, but the new location will be easier on the eyes. This one is just so... dull. Onward to more stuff...

Humanity or Evolution?

People are living longer, healthier lives. The richer nations are forgiving the poorer of their debt. Everyone is trying to help everyone else clean up and get back to normal after the recent natural disasters. Yet there are still so many in poverty. There are still so many people that just can't make ends meet, no matter how hard they try. Worse yet, there are thousands of delusional, criminal, hateful, and simply evil people in the world that really don't deserve to be around. This isn't the way it will be in the future - in 20 years America will face a New Depression, and the rest of the world will follow closely. Some decisions and sacrifices will need to be made - but how will we come back to thrive after this disaster? How can we find ourselves 'back to normal' after the worst economic disaster in history?

The simple fact of the matter is, science is meddling with nature. Darwin's survival of the fittest no longer applies to the human race, and our home, Earth, is becoming overwhelmed.

Woody Allen once stated:
More than any time in history mankind faces a crossroads.
One path leads to despair and utter hopelessness,
the other to total extinction.
Let us pray that we have the wisdom to choose correctly.

Essentially, when the choices are:
1. Try and keep up this impossible pace
2. Make sacrifices so that the rest can survive and thrive,

...what do you choose? Trying to keep up this rat race of 'repair everything broken' will almost certainly proove to be an utter failure, whereas 'cutting dead weight' would more than likely proove quite fruitful - but is it a worse solution to kill a few to help the many?

Nature says no according to Darwin; economists say no; but humans say yes.

We are so attached to the notion that if it is alive it should be helped to survive that we forget about the greater good. Would it be, perhaps, that this living being is dieing for a reason? To proove to us that we are going the wrong way, or to try and balance things out again? It may sound very cruel, but I say 'to each his own' in a new sense - every country look after your own. If you can't, too bad. The Age of the Fittest is upon us.

Then there is still yet another question: how do we get this across to government? How can we tell them we should look after ourselves and prepare for this New Depression instead of meddling in everyone else's doings? Would doing so cause a world war?

How are we going to survive this mess?

I know I popped this New Depression on you without reference to anything or why it will occur, but it's a very quiet rumor amongst futurists and economists - a group I have the great fortune of overhearing every now and then. However, for them it's a quiet rumor - for me it's really important. They're not worried about 20 years from now - most of them will be dead or long since retired by then - but I'll be in my late 40's. I'll still have to work the rat race. Everything is in the math - mainly in the catastrophe theory.

I'll go into more of that in the next post. Your thoughts are, as always, more than welcome!


The Final Collective Mind

Our last stop in this series on the Collective Mind is the Shamanic Plane.

You've been visiting a part of it for some time - a place I call 'the cove', with a cave, a forest, a meadow, a river, and mountains in view. This is the basic first starting point. There are many many more places to visit - so many that I will only cover basic information on each. You build each one to your specifics, but there are visual tools that you must build into these places in order for them to be useful.

Perhaps the most useful place to build is The Home. Explore out to the meadow, over to the hilly plains, and seek out a nice level area. Hire a crew, order the supplies, and watch as they build it for you. This Home should be not entirely large, about 40 feet by 40 feet, and as extravagant or basic as you wish it to be. What's inside is most important. Place your desk in the middle of this one room Home, and next to your desk there's a file cabinet. Inside the file cabinet is information on every living person - simply pull out a file and read the facts. Inside each file is also a DVD, which you can put into your player and view on your TV parts of their life. Across the room is a stage or podium, to which you can summon any person, alive or dead, and interview. The furnishings aside from that are up to you - but keep in mind this is your place to work. It will take time to be able to use these tools, but once you reach a point where you are no longer using your imagination it will become easy.

Another place to build is your meditative pond. Simply dig out a hole in the ground and build a serene place. When you look into this pond you will see yourself - but not as you appear. These are things you must develop, or that you're doing well.

Deep inside the cave at The Cove you will discover secrets about yourself - past lives, past lovers, anything deep in your history. It is very much a maze down there, so please be careful not to get lost! Each door holds a new secret about yourself.

There's a mountain in the range that connects to the clouds. When you find it, climb up to the clouds and speak with The Guardians of Knowledge. Mind you - their job is to GUARD the knowledge, so you must proove yourself to be noble and trustworthy. However, they tend to enjoy providing you with plenty of temptation to be otherwise. Don't let them lead you astray!

Deep within the forest is your special home - when you find it you will know it and know what to do with it.

Very far downstream, almost to the ocean, there is a community of sirens. I haven't quite discovered their purpose yet, but they're quite fun to play with and very friendly.

These are all the places that I have discovered so far - and I've also realized from speaking with other Shamans that this plane is different for every person in certain regards. The basics mentioned above are almost always exactly the same, but the World expands much more beyond this. It is up to you to discover all of it, and realize your true potential.

Let the wind lead you, and the birds sing your song as you walk. There are no threats in the Plane unless you invite them. And remember, the longer the journey, the more truth it holds to you.

Unless something strikes me between now and then, tomorrow I will start the next series on Humanitarianism Vs. Evolution. Enjoy your day!