The wonderful presenter Lee Caroll channels Kryon, an entity who claims to be a representative of God. When I first encountered channeling almost 50 years ago with the Edgar Cayce material, my inherent skeptical nature rejected it immediately.
“What a bunch of bullshit!” I used to tell my sister-in-law, who was really into it. At that time I considered her to be a space cadet. Then I discovered the Ra material in the 1980s. Later on, pioneers in this work like Neale Donald Walsh in his “Conversations with God” books made the idea of channeling more publicly acceptable. But I really wasn’t totally convinced until my step-brother Ricky called me one day in 1996 from British Columbia. Ricky rides horses and handles a gun like a frontiersman from the 19th century. He hasn’t yet even entered the 20th century, much less the 21st. He still doesn’t own a computer or a smart phone. I was kind of shocked to hear from him.
“Kenny,” he says, “go on the internet and look up a guy named Kryon.”
“What?” I say. “Who is Kryon?”
“Just do it. I don’t have a computer so I can’t tell you anything about it.”
That was it. After that he hung up.
Considering I hadn’t talked to Ricky in almost ten years, this was a strange conversation. But there was something in his tone, an energy, that told me I had to do it. This was back in the 1990s when America Online was a big thing, and clicking on images actually linked you to another webpage! Anyway, I went to the Kryon website and read one of the channels. The first sentence made no sense but it hit me like a ton of bricks: “I am Kryon of magnetic service.” There was an energy there that went right through the computer screen and it caused a spiritual awakening for me. If you are a dead-head or a skeptic (same thing) you won’t get this, you’ll never get it until you either have an awakening, or you “die.” But I digress.
I gradually began to get into the Kryon messages. I began meditating and trying to discover my higher self. I eventually wrote a channeled book myself and did a radio show on Blog Talk Radio for several years called the Interview with Spirit show. In 2005, the day after my father died, I was walking along the dirt road by my house when suddenly he was there. Every day for a month we’d have a conversation and I wrote them up in a book titled I Love You Dad.
In November I described a crazy incident that happened to me while playing disk golf: I encountered a past life incident and went through it to a remarkable result. This wasn’t surprising to me because my sister-in-law is head of the Traumatic Incident Reduction Association. TIR reduces emotional and psychological trauma with a powerful and easy to use approach. The point is, doing TIR can lead you to past life incidents. I had already “run” a few of these so I wasn’t surprised (but still amazed) when it happened playing disk golf.
Lee Carroll, during one of his channels of Kryon, says that when a loved one dies a part of their soul stays with you for your entire life. Kryon and I have had lots of arguments about concepts like this when I listen to a Lee Carroll channeling, because my skeptical side is always objecting. It says, “Kryon is like the general who sits behind the lines in his air-conditioned office as he sends his fighters (us) to do the dirty work of Spirit.” Kryon says he is a “helper” and we are “lightworkers.” My skeptical side says that this is just a justification for a sort of spiritual class society, where one side gets to have all the fun (and experience none of the misery) while the other guys are worker drones here in the physical. As above, so below.
My spiritual side laughs at this.
Kryon is an entity who has never been human; he’s totally, 100% connected to Source all the time. My intuition loves this and I soak it up because the energy that comes out of these presentations is so pure and powerful. It feels awesome. But Kryon says stuff like “the spiritual system on this planet is totally benevolent.” And, “The universe, and the earth, is total love.”
Statements like that drive my skeptical side crazy, for the obvious reason that (if you bother to investigate) this planet is dark; it is run by anti-social personalities who have created what David Korten calls an Empire consciousness of exploitation where billions live in poverty and a few control most of the wealth.
(Put THAT in your pipe and smoke it Kryon! My skeptical side says.)
“Stay on the bright side”
My wife has the obvious solution to this dilemma. “Don’t listen to the news. Stay on the bright side, put love and light into the forefront of your consciousness.” That’s what she does. And, I know that I volunteered to come here, as did everyone else. I’m not a victim.
But I am reminded of what our founding fathers told us in the Federalist Papers: that a free society depends on an informed public. My wife studiously avoids current events and knows nothing about the world outside her life. Kryon himself recommends that we avoid the news because it’s so negative. But that is counter-productive in my mind. You should be able to confront the dark AND stay in the light. So, because 90% of everything you read is propaganda or fake news these days, I feel that I have to investigate. I call it “getting a baseline reality.”
Handling any problem first requires an ability to face it. That means discovering the elements of the problem. So, I study info from the left and the right. It’s good to know the parameters and the most important memes in the current human consciousness. And that changes, literally, every day.
So, to get back to the purpose of this article. Kryon says that when a loved one dies, part of their soul is still with you. I know that’s true because of what happened in 2005 with my father. Last night it happened again.
The Clan MacLean
Before I tell you about that I have to tell you about the MacLeans, an old Scottish clan from the Inner Hebrides on the Isle of Mull. These Scottish clans constantly fought each other for centuries. The founder of the Clan MacLean, it is said, burned down a church with women and children from a rival clan in it. The clan apparently descended from “Gilleathan Na Tuaidh,” or Gillean of the Battleaxe.
Yeah. So there’s a bit of karma on the MacLean timeline and in the MacLean Akash.
There’s a darkness there. My father had it, felt it, and worked with it the best he could during his life. I’ve got it too. Sometimes I just get very angry and/or dark and I have to meditate for an hour or so and send as much light into the blackness as I can. It’s why I have listened to a Kryon channeling (or something inspirational) pretty much every day since 2002.
Last night I was feeling that old MacLean darkness just before I woke up. I remembered what Kryon said about the souls of loved ones staying with you. So I decided to have a conversation with my father and ask for his help. Hell, why not? Even if I’m making it up, maybe it would help. So I tried to contact Dad. The first picture I got was Dad sitting on the porch of his house with his head in his hands. He was in bad shape. When this happened Dad was about the same age as I am now, about 68. My step-brother Ricky was there with his arm around the old man.
“Hey, why didn’t you talk to me?” I asked him.
“Because you have that MacLean darkness too. Ricky was clean of it.” Ricky already told me that he had driven from B.C. in Canada to help my old man back then, and his mom, who was married to my father at the time.
Then my father showed me how he had dealt with the MacLean karma for most of his life. It was a fascinating energetic run-through of his previous life’s timeline. For some reason, after that, I felt my own depressing darkness go away.
Am I free of the MacLean karma? Probably not, but who knows. I do know that if it comes up again I can ask my father for help.
One of the fascinating metaphysical things I’ve discovered is the difference between the Akash of your present life genetic line, and your personal Akash, which includes all the past lives you’ve ever led. In this lifetime I’m mostly Scottish, but I have affinities for everything NOT Scotch. I love Afro-Cuban music, jazz, and have a great affinity for the cultures of India, Latin America, and Africa. This isn’t unusual at all, for there are a lot of old souls with lifetimes in other areas and cultures they live in now. It just shows that metaphysically, life here on earth is a complicated business.
Current Events -- ThoughtCrime
In a time of polarization, disagreeing with someone may get you yelled at, or worse. Is it a crime to go against the prevailing narrative? George Orwell wrote about that in 1984. Disagreeing with Big Brother, even in thought, was a serious offense called Thoughtcrime. Today, those who think outside the box are often called “conspiracy theorists.” This accusation is a form of Thoughtcrime, for conspiracy theorists are considered to be mentally imbalanced, or even insane.
Have I committed a Thoughtcrime by saying that I can talk to my dead father? Materialists would say that I’m crazy, but that makes a lot of “spiritual” people crazy as well.
Interestingly, the New York Times has already suggested that that a person who believes in a conspiracy theory may be insane:
“Now, Mr. Comello’s paranoia is being litigated in a Staten Island court, where he is charged with the murder of [mob boss] Mr. Cali, known as Franky Boy. His lawyer has taken the first steps in a legal battle that hinges on a question made for the internet age: At what point does belief in a far-right conspiracy theory make you legally insane?”https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/06/nyregion/gambino-shooting-anthony-comello-qanon.html?smtyp=cur&smid=tw-nytimes
Comello says that QAnon made him shoot the mob boss. QAnon is the “far right” conspiracy theory hated by the mainstream press. Comello’s lawyer is using the insanity defense.
I wonder if believing in a far-left conspiracy theory also makes you insane? Are there any far-left conspiracy theories, or are they all far-right? The Times doesn’t weigh in on that.
The if-you-believe-in-a-conspiracy-theory-you’re-crazy theme was picked up by much of the mainstream media, thus popularizing a thought crime Big Brother might throw you in jail for. The far-right conspiracy theory the NYT mentioned is QAnon. We do live now in Orwell’s time of “universal deceit,” I think most everyone will agree with that! So of course, like any good investigator, I decided to read every Q drop there is. Because as soon as the MSM says something is horrible, any sane person immediately finds out about it. I also check out the NYT, the Washington Post, and other independent news services, and pay attention to the impeachment hearings. I listen to the Jimmy Dore show, a comedian and a socialist who supports Bernie Sanders. It’s all part of understanding the baseline reality.
Am I guilty of Thoughtcrime by reading Q Anon, Trump tweets, and following Fox News? On the left they might say yes.
Am I guilty of Thoughtcrime by listening to Jimmy Dore, looking at The Guardian and the Washington Post, and reading the Daily Beast? Those on the right might say yes.
Am I guilty of Thoughtcrime by reading blatant propaganda websites like WhatDoesItMean.com? (This is a crazy site that, if you can read through the bullshit, sometimes connects the dots.) Those on both the left and right might give a resounding yes.
Apparently Trump is also guilty of Thoughtcrime. On page 6 of the report (the House Judiciary Report on Impeachment) it says:
The question is not whether the President’s conduct could have resulted from permissible motives. It is whether the President’s real reasons, the ones in his mind at the time, were legitimate.https://judiciary.house.gov/sites/democrats.judiciary.house.gov/files/documents/HCM%20FINAL%20v.3.pdf
Apparently if you think about something bad (even if you don't do it) you're guilty! I don't care whether Trump is impeached. But if he is impeached I want it to be about real, tangible things, not Thoughtcrime.
People who went against the norm were burned at the stake in the middle ages. They were the first ones Pol Pot put up against the wall and shot. In Soviet Russia dissenters were shoved into the Gulag; in Xi’s China, in one of his concentration camps where he puts minorities and dissidents, harvests their organs, and sells them on the international market. In the US, dissenters are sent to jails run by private investors who make money housing prisoners. More than likely, these people were also guilty of Thoughtcrime. George Orwell said it best: "In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act."
Is a conspiracy theory always just a crazy, false assertion? Maybe it is. Maybe it's a label assigned to those who think differently than the party line promoted by mass media. To find out you have to investigate and think for yourself. This process -- rational thought and research -- may automatically lead you into committing a Thoughtcrime. It's something to think about.
Trump Is the First Wild Card
“It’s no wonder you have emotional problems,” you say. “If you look at the dark stuff you’re going to feel rotten.”
Well, for ten years prior to 2016 I concentrated on spiritual stuff and avoided the news like the plague. But the dark stuff was already there well before I got back into current events, as a result of the rise in consciousness on this planet. Our Akash’s are being cleaned out, whether you follow the news or not. The way out of the mess of low consciousness is to confront it and deal with it. It’s happening to everyone, and collectively. (I choose to do this consciously by following current events.)
That’s why we have Donald Trump. The first Wild Card.
When Trump won the election despite all odds, I knew that the hand of spirit was involved. Because Trump was an egotistical TV star on a really bad TV show. He was a complete outsider, and we know what happens to outsider candidates like Ralph Nader, Ross Perot, and Jill Stein. They lose, and they lose big. Hillary had all the funding and support of literally 95% of the news media, which characterized Trump as a buffoon. A day before the election Hillary’s odds of victory (depending on the news source) was between 80% and 99%. She should have won easily!
Why then did Trump win? The Hand of Spirit intervened.
Folks, Donald Trump isn’t responsible for your or my personal problems, he’s not responsible for the nation’s problems, or the world’s problems. He’s just the messenger, and it’s pointless to shoot the messenger because there’s always another messenger! As Michael Corleone said in The Godfather movie, “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.” Love him or hate him, we know who Donald Trump is because he’s so transparent and blunt and obvious. He’s not fooling anyone. He’s forcing people to determine for themselves what is right and what is wrong. This gets people looking inward, which is a good thing in this amoral, materialist society.
The darkness on this planet has to be confronted or the planet won’t make it. Simple as that. What better person to stir up the darkness than Donald Trump? He is a perfect instrument for Spirit. An unlikely one, I’ll admit.
Trump is the battering ram knocking the old system apart.
The Global Corporate State
You didn’t think the old system needed cleaning? Look around you at the global corporate state run by one-percenter elites who own the news media, buy off governments and government leaders, suppress new medical and other technology that could free humanity, and create global institutions like the IMF and the World Bank that exploit the resources of weaker countries for the benefit of the elites who run them.
People hate Trump because he’s an egomaniac, he loves to troll people he doesn’t like, he’s contentious and rude, and he doesn’t care about convention. That’s because he’s here to break convention and expose the dark underbelly of society. And folks, he‘s just getting started.
Trump is going to be impeached and then we’ll have a trial in the Senate.
Then we’re going to find out some things.
It’s going to be an amazing, heartbreaking, uplifting, impossible 2020. Get set and stay centered in your truth!