In the September issue we talked about going beyond good and evil, and dark and light. We said that humanity was on an evolutionary path out of millennia of low consciousness, and gradually (but painfully) moving to higher consciousness.

Dark and light are polar opposites, but two sides of the same coin. Focusing exclusively on the light ignores real problems that have been created over the millennia: memes, emotions, thoughts, and intentions that are still rooted firmly within the human psyche. Therefore, “staying in the light” without a cleanup of old energy is nice, but it won’t transform consciousness on this planet. Humanity has created such a huge depository of negative energy that it must be confronted if we are to move to a higher state of consciousness.

A science fiction writer once said, “The first step in handling anything is gaining the ability to face it.”

We are facing a multi-millennia buildup of dark memes and energy created via the exploration of low consciousness. That stuff doesn’t go away. It’s all recorded in the collective consciousness of humanity, and within the esoteric fields that are part of the earth.

Gaia records everything that happens to her. Including the thoughts, emotions, and activities of human beings. That’s because the purpose of a planet – any planet – is to nurture and support life. There’s a record of human experience in human consciousness – the Akash – and one the planet stores as well.

The point is, these recordings don’t go away. They are permanent. Unless confronted and transcended, they leave a permanent stain within the collective consciousness.


Of course, the above section would be regarded as utterly nonsensical and delusional by materialists. A quote from a “meaning of life” website reflects the mindset of such people:

“Human life has absolutely no meaning. Humans are the outcome of blind evolutionary processes that operate without goal or purpose.”

There are many, many people on this planet who firmly believe this. Including scientists.

Here are two more quotes from the same site:

“It is time that we admitted that faith is nothing more than the license religious people give one another to keep believing when reasons fail.” And, “The belief that there is God is based on a bunch of assumptions. We live in the age of science where there is no room for assumptions.”

For those with any spiritual awareness at all, the idea that life occurred accidentally on this planet is preposterous. It is always forwarded by materialists and atheists, people who have no understanding of the divine nature of life. And that’s OK because such do not know any better. It’s simply a limitation imposed by low awareness. As someone once said, “Never assign to malice that which can adequately be explained by stupidity.”

Gaia was created to support life; that is its goal and purpose. Despite the efforts of humans to pollute the planet, the earth is not, after 4 billion years of evolution, going off into radical climate change that will kill off the life it has worked so hard to create the optimum conditions for. If you question people who believe in catastrophic climate change you will discover (1) they are atheists and materialists (secularists), and (2) they are uniformly motivated by fear. They will make the most irrational and outrageous statements, over and over, despite the fact that their dire predictions for the fate of humanity and the planet never come true. Unfortunately, such irrationality is part and parcel of the collective human psyche.


Oregon governor Kate Brown signs bill in August 2021. Next to her are climate change activists. Image credit:

Looking beyond the Commonplace

So – the human race must face the memes it has created over the millennia, which are stored in what Jung called the collective unconscious. These things don’t magically go away until they are confronted and transcended. We’re seeing that now in the financial realm, as the world’s finances are essentially on the verge of meltdown. The budget situation in the US, in which the debt ceiling must be raised by September 30, is affecting all investors in the world who hold dollar-denominated securities. Exacerbating this is the potential $320 billion collapse of the huge Chinese real-estate company, Evergrande. Moreover, Janet Yellin, the U.S. Treasury Secretary, announced in September that if the US does not raise the debt ceiling again (this is like putting more debt on a massively overdrawn $29 trillion credit card), the US will begin defaulting on its debts on October 15th, and the government will have to shut down.

(Update: On September 30, Congress passed a Continuing Resolution to increase the debt ceiling until December 3rd, when the problem will have to be faced again. Nothing has been confronted, nothing has been solved, the can has just been kicked down the road.)

The world has now reached a financial denouement, which will hopefully be the precursor to a spiritual denouement.

A huge battle is now being fought in Congress, as Democrats (who control the entire government) want to “spend” $10 trillion this year – a $5.2T budget, a $1.2T “COVID relief” bill (already passed) and a further $3.5T “infrastructure” bill. (I put “spend” in scare quotes because there is no funding for a good portion of it. The Fed will simply print more money to “fund” the spending).

Where will this end? I’m hoping, in finally facing the fact that the world is in a gigantic debt bubble that must collapse. Once it does, the world will have to decide how to properly run its finances. This will, I hope, lead to a more rational financial system. The financial scare will force people to look inward and ask themselves what kind of a world they want to live in. And what kind of leaders they want to elect.

It will force people to look beyond the commonplace; to look past business as usual.

The Bad Guys Are Always the Problem

In legends and myths (and human history) it’s always “the bad guys” who cause problems. “If only we could get rid of these horrible people our system could work.”  Societal collapse is blamed on the fact that there is always, in any human group, a few percentage points of the population who are sociopaths and psychopaths. The rise and fall of civilizations is explained by “the good guys” building society up, and “the bad guys” tearing it down.

This is fallacious, I think. Societies on earth rise and fall not because there is an inveterate part of humanity that is inherently evil, but because we haven’t yet devised a rational and sustainable way of organizing our societies. If we did, this “bad guy” portion of society would disappear.

The difficulty lies with the uninspected meme structures within the human collective consciousness, most of which are based in materialist concepts that deny the true nature of the human being. Over the millennia, we have built up self-destructive memes and beliefs that have simply become accepted: It’s perfectly OK to smash others to get ahead, when someone attacks you, you have to attack them back, and on and on. These memes all have one thing in common: human-on-human violence and hatred.

The solution is not in the physical, action plane (let’s start a war or take to the streets or pound someone on social media to redress our grievances). It’s in the mental and spiritual plane. Until humanity accepts its divine origins, and begins to confront the meme structures and the negative energy and activity that comes from them, we’ll continue to see the future reflect the past.

The human race can no longer afford adolescent beliefs such as materialism and atheism, unless we want to devolve back to complete barbarism.

I don’t think that is going to happen.

People are fed up with thousands of years of low consciousness and negative energy. That’s why we’re seeing millennia of old karma being resolved. It’s in the news every day; it’s in your face.

The human race is on the path to higher consciousness. But first it must confront its dark past. The financial meltdown is just one aspect of this confrontation, but the solution is the broad recognition of mankind’s divine origin.

We’ve come as far as we can with the old meme and belief structures. What used to be thought of as “pie-in-the-sky,” woo-woo thinking is now a necessity. Spirituality and religion are the most important attributes the human race has at this time. We cannot lose them in a tidal wave of technocracy, statism, and materialism that is sweeping the planet.

The evolution of consciousness is the single most important matter on the planet right now. It is a point of departure to a new world where life is celebrated and people have the freedom to realize their full potential.

Humanity’s evolutionary path out of the darkness involves massive amounts of data and misinformation. For example, I saw a vid from an Ann Arbor physician about the Pfizer vaccine who claims that there have been 12,000+ deaths from the Pfizer jab. The doctor testified about level three and four side effects and thousands of deaths at a Michigan House hearing on Covid Vaccine Mandates:

So OK, the guy is testifying before a Michigan State House committee. All is on the up-and-up. However, I never take anything at face value so I looked up Dr. James Neuenschwander and found this:

James and Patricia Neuenschwander are anti-vaxxers. Dr. Neuenschwander was featured at an anti-vaccine symposium, on the notorious Vaxxed bus, and on a Del Bigtree anti-vaccine propaganda video. James and Patricia Neuenschwander have also traveled to speak at the CDC to fear-monger about vaccines. James Neuenschwander claims to be board certified in “integrative medicine”. Integrative medicine is a marketing term frequently used by quacks. James Neuenschwander boasts membership in a number of pseudoscience organizations, including A4M, ACAM, DAN, MAPS and ILADS.”

The organization who wrote this is called What is Notice the use of the words “pseudoscience” and “quacks.” I know from personal experience that these two terms are used frequently by Big Pharma paid trolls to “debunk” alternative treatments.

A website called Morgellon’s Survey asks this question: "Who owns the Fake Twitter Account, @LymeScience?:

Who is @LymeScience? If we had to speculate our assumption would be a PR agency hired to produce astroturf . The IDSA is losing power over the Lyme issue and this @LymeScience may be a desperate attempt at influencing public opinion. Appearing as a nonaffiliated concerned grassroots organization is, of course, the definition of astroturf itself. Astroturf is effective for people who really don’t know any different,  and in this case – those who might also be Breaking Bad fanatics.”

According to Andrew Rankin, in a story titled “Nova Scotia's top doctor takes heat over retweet dismissing chronic Lyme disease,” “is not affiliated to any particular person or group.

Others on the board r/Lyme on Reddit say, “I’m assuming that you’re referring to, which is a fake news site that defames lyme disease.”

That’s just a snippet of the rabbit hole you can go down when trying to research anything! Who are we supposed to believe? The physician or those who criticize him? I don’t know this guy, but I don’t know firsthand any of his critics either.

It’s all part of the information war for the hearts, minds, and souls of humanity. It’s part of an evolutionary test to see whether the human race can embrace the light and reject the darkness.

Discernment is the only way to negotiate this info war, because there are always arguments on both sides. That’s a good thing because it forces people to look within and find that divine kernel of wisdom that is the birthright of every human being. The takeaway: Truth lies within you.


What is the role of consciousness in health? The question is pertinent in these days of COVID hysteria and forced vaccinations, where, according to public health officials, healthy immune systems are impossible without experimental vaccines.

Health through vaccination is a purely scientific-materialist concept based on greed and profit.

The role of consciousness and health cannot be answered by science because science is completely materialistic. Science says that a human being is a piece of meat, and that consciousness comes from neurons firing in the brain. This point of view is the basis for  allopathic medicine, and for the policies of the NIH, the CDC, and the FDA. The recent story about the University of Pittsburgh harvesting organs from living fetuses is an example of this mindset.

Science denies spiritual concepts such as reincarnation. Science does not believe in life after death, the soul, God, or anything beyond the five human senses. Science has no understanding of consciousness as an awareness independent of the physical body, or the divine nature of the human being. Is this evil? Well, it is simply the result of low awareness.

Those with low awareness do appalling things such as live organ harvesting, mainly because they don’t know any better. This statement is itself appalling, is it not? Evil is always based in ignorance.

Persons with higher awareness must not doubt their certainty of a spiritual reality, despite the pronouncements of scientists. Science is utterly irrelevant to the subject of consciousness. Those who try to show that science has a spiritual aspect are doomed to failure, because those who have a materialist world view will reject any evidence of it.

To keep your peace of mind, therefore, separate science from your beliefs about consciousness, and yourself. All of us who are awakening are awakening precisely because our spiritual component is becoming activated. Everyone has a spiritual component, but materialists have chosen to deny it.

So be it.

Let these persons live their lives in ignorance of their divine connection to the Creative Source. Those who are awakening will find it much more comfortable to hang out with persons of like mind anyway.

Two worlds

The world is dividing itself into two camps: one with higher awareness, and the other with low awareness. This phenomenon has its origin in consciousness. The law of attraction will slowly separate those with low awareness from the rest of society. This is happening now. Fortunately, the low-awareness camp is in the vast minority. However, you can see by their actions that the low awareness group is trying to gain more adherents using forced lockdowns, useless face masks, dumbing down the education system, and isolating people using fear. These have been the tactics of the low awareness camp throughout human history, and is the reason civilizations fall apart.

Don’t confuse low awareness with a lack of intelligence. That’s all I’ll say about this. Observe events and connect the dots. Human intelligence has almost nothing to do with spiritual awareness. There are some very bright people in the low awareness camp. Transhumanists, for example, have a very high human intelligence, but a very low awareness of anything outside the material world.

Then again, persons with low spiritual awareness can also have two-digit IQs. Example: On August 14th the DHS issued a “terror threat” regarding the upcoming 20th anniversary of 9/11. Check this out:

NBC news reports that this terror threat “is not based on any actual threats or plots.” This would be funny – real life comedy – if the people behind this absurd proclamation weren’t serious. Takeaway: The light is shining very brightly now.

Consciousness and health

Hypochondriacs are afraid of getting sick, and so they do. Their attention is all on illness. Does it work the other way? Can a conscious focus on health create physical health?

Stop. The first thing you may have thought was, “No one can prove that consciousness affects health.” Or something like that. That is scientific (and pseudoscientific) dogma getting in the way of a clean, pure, intention. The statement “consciousness can affect health” cannot be broadly proven. But it can be proven to yourself.

All “proof” of higher truths are subjective and individual.


Because you cannot create in another’s experience. You can only create in your own.

That is the definition of free will. You are sovereign as regards your own life, but that also applies to others as well. All beings are sovereign, but many don’t know it.

If you go to a tarot reader and she tells you that you will be involved in a car accident, you can go into agreement with this and start watching out for crazy drivers. If you do this long enough you will encounter more and more erratic driving. If something bad does happen, the temptation is to say, “The tarot reader was right!”

But this is fallacious. The correct statement is, “I was right.”

You created it.

“No, the tarot reader is famous. She’s almost never wrong.”

No. The tarot reader may be good at convincing others that her predictions always come true, but that’s how far it goes.

Life on earth is basically a con game.

Marketers, politicians, religious leaders, advertisers, the medical establishment, their goal is one and only one thing: Get you to create their agenda.

That’s how life works, or, to be more optimistic, that’s how life has worked. In the past, where low consciousness dominated.

My personal experience

I have applied consciousness to health during this pandemic. I got COVID in January 2020 and was sick for 6 weeks. I recovered. I have antibodies that have lasted for 16 months as I write this. Since Feb 2020 I have not had so much as a cold. COVID-19 was the best thing that ever happened to me, because I have meditated and made affirmations every single day since then. Without being vaccinated.

Do I assert that this can happen for anyone else? Of course not. I know I’m sovereign in my life, but if I am a responsible person I say nothing about anyone else. For me to proclaim that by thinking a bunch of thoughts anyone can cure disease would be irresponsible. I don’t know anything about you or your thoughts, and neither does anyone else. Including Tony Fauci, the CDC, or your doctor or your minister.

My only recommendation is to try it for yourself and see if it works. And if you feel comfortable getting a vaccine while doing it, then go for it. Because if I’m right and consciousness does affect health, the vaccine is irrelevant. Get it or don’t get it, it’s up to you.

Just don’t be put off by “experts” (and especially people who play doctors on TV news shows) who want you to buy into their agenda.

What would a sane planet be like?

A sane planet would be one of cultural diversity, where national borders are respected and opinions and new ideas shared and debated in an attitude of tolerance. A world where freedom is a given, and where human beings understand their connection to the Creative Source. A world where people come together but yet can exist harmoniously within independent societies in a safe environment, a human-centered harmony in the world, respect for animals and people, the pursuit of material wealth but also spiritual pursuits. Freedom is the most precious and expensive thing for human beings, for freedom guarantees creativity and creativity guarantees a dynamic and progressive society. Freedom is the essence of life, and when we get freedom, we get the opportunity to find our higher potential. When we lose that freedom we become robots.

Contrast this to the goal of materialists, totalitarians, and technocrats who have no conception of themselves beyond the meat body. I call this the Fifth Industrial Revolution. It has also been called the Great Reset. Its goal is to plug every human being into the smart grid, inside smart cities, where a virtual and augmented reality awaits, all data is mined and monitored, people become labor units that are assigned jobs for life by a centralized elite (to benefit society, of course), and everyone’s actions, access, and spending is controlled by a social and climate scoring system. All babies at birth are assigned a digital identity (a QR code) that will link to one’s data. Your money is no longer your own because you own nothing, it is in a digital wallet that is synched to a social credit system and can be taken away if you are a bad boy or girl. In this collectivist/technocratic wet dream, all human beings are reduced to a data set within a planetary blockchain.

Here is a meticulously researched article that explains how this is occurring (read as far as you can):

This is a reach far beyond what humanity will tolerate. It is doomed to failure, in my opinion. Nevertheless, it is well to be aware of this attempt to sabotage the human race. It's a necessary component in our rapid evolution out of the darkness. All over the world, the forces of darkness -- which in the past were able to hide -- are being forced by the desire of the human family for peace to come together. This will result in their exposure and identification.

At the crossroads

The human race is involved in a spiritual evolution of consciousness that goes way, way beyond petty, adolescent concepts like Democrat-Republican, or liberal-conservative. We are approaching an evolutionary denouement that will forever decide the fate of humanity, and the planet. It’s happening right now. It’s not a war, or a battle, or a struggle for the hearts, minds, and souls of humanity. “Battle,” “struggle,” and “war” are all concepts based in the duality of right-wrong, and good-evil. This is a collective evolutionary choice between low consciousness and high consciousness. The human race must look beyond adolescent concepts now, and embrace the idea of harmony, peace, and cooperation for our very survival. If we do not, we will de-evolve into a collectivist, dead-end civilization with no hope of evolution to a society where every person can fulfill his or her greater potential.

The human race is emerging into a galaxy with at least 100 billion stellar systems, a galaxy that is teeming with life, a galaxy where most of the civilizations resemble the Star Wars movies: low consciousness combined with high technology. We see the embrace of technology, the worshipping of technology, with an almost religious fervor; as if it will be our savior. This is a trap. Fortunately, we can embrace technology as long as we also embrace our spiritual heritage, our connection to God/Creative Source, and insist on freedom for everyone.

Human rights are inherent and God given. They do not depend on the generosity of the State.

We are now at a crossroads in human evolution that will forever determine the fate of the human race. Once we step down that path there is no going back: our fate is sealed. Humanity will either evolve in consciousness or devolve into a degraded, materialist, Transhumanist society run by sociopaths who believe immortality is achieved by altering the human body and destroying the gateway to the One present in our DNA.

All new, emerging races must make a collective free-will choice to either high or low consciousness. We are there now, in 2021.

Seems impossible, doesn’t it? Why are we the ones who have to decide? It’s happening way too fast, but evolution always speeds up at the end until a tipping point is reached. Then: viola! A new development or mutation is born that has never been seen before.

We are approaching this denouement so quickly that everyone is being forced to choose: conflict or harmony, peace or war, a collectivist hive-mind or diversity and freedom that goes beyond gender and race, that embraces the idea that a human being is a divine creation and not a piece of meat.

Observe events. The darkness wants to hide, to lie, to keep their activities secret. Their goal is a degraded, collectivist, hierarchical glop controlled by a few. Their contempt for human beings and the Creative Source is obvious. It is in your face with censorship, vaccine passports, and the demand that everyone think, speak, and act alike. The light wants openness, transparency, honesty, and a glorious future where all human beings can fulfill their potential.

This is the fundamental choice we all have to make: open up to our higher potential, or devolve.

Choose! No one can sit on the fence any longer; life will force you to the light or to the dark. It’s all part of the evolutionary denouement that either continues the era of duality, or embraces a magnificent future. Make no mistake, we are almost at the tipping point now. The stream of events leading to the spiritual denouement are accelerating. Eight billion human beings are determining the fate of humanity right here in 2021.

I’ll leave you with this quote from Marshall Vian Summers:

God has given you a deeper Knowledge that cannot be manipulated, that cannot be persuaded and that cannot fall under any kind of persuasion, whether its source be human or from beyond the world. Knowledge within you only responds to God and to Knowledge within others. It cannot be manipulated, it cannot be persuaded, and that is why it represents your greatest strength—your core strength, the most reliable aspect of yourself.”

Marshall Vian Summers

“Chance occurs in your life when there is no other attribute in your consciousness to change it.”

This is a quote from Lee Carroll that I modified. It fits in perfectly with the vibrational universe concept. It says that if a person does not apply the co-creative power of consciousness to make free will decisions about their life, chance (probability, entropy, and randomness) will result. What happens to you will seem coincidental. One will often feel like a subatomic particle subject to the quantum mechanical laws of probability. One will naturally feel that you don’t have any control of your life.

And you will be right. In the absence of conscious intent, randomness reults.

There are two major paradigms of thought in human consciousness. They have been around for 6,000 years of recorded human history.

The first paradigm is materialism. Materialism says that there is nothing beyond the five human senses. “I’ll believe it when I see it.”  Materialism rejects anything that has not already manifested. Why? Because it’s not apparent to the five human senses. Quantum mechanics is, essentially, the mathematical formulation of the materialist concept. Of course there are various interpretations of the theory. David Bohm’s classic book, “Wholeness and the Implicate Order,” is a brilliant attempt to place a higher perspective on a set of mathematical statements. Like anything in the human meme structure, quantum mechanics can have a dull, materialist focus or a higher focus.

The other paradigm is what some people call “spiritual.” This paradigm says simply that there is more to perception and knowledge and wisdom than the five human senses. Unfortunately, this paradigm cannot be proven (yet) to those with materialist leanings. And so religion, philosophy, and spiritualism have often been rejected as evidence-free by the scientific community, the medical community, and skeptics.

There is one distinction that connects these two paradigms: Scientific proof relies strictly on the manifestation or behavior of some phenomenon in the physical universe, whereas “spiritual” phenomena are almost entirely subjective.

Belief, religion, and spirituality rely on a wisdom that transcends mere physical manifestation, and is therefore regarded by materialists as pure delusion.

Both sides are correct!

For the skeptic who relies on probability to run their lives, belief really has no part in it. “I’ll make a plan, follow the plan, and hopefully things will work out.”

Faith is a concept that has no place in a purely scientific approach to life.

Those who have faith, however, have an inner wisdom derived from many incarnations on the planet. They remember, even if vaguely, the process of death and rebirth. They know they’ll come back. Warriors throughout history understand this very well. Our Native American ancestors, in their ritual battles to the death, knew this very well.

The Consciousness Factor

Chance is simply the events that occur to a person when he or she relies on probability to run their lives. In the absence of a life plan, the random interactions of people will determine what happens to you on a daily basis. However, those who have coherent life plans firmly seated in their consciousness introduce attributes that can alter events that would normally have been simply random. This is often called “luck.”

 These attributes of consciousness are created by conscious meditation or visualization. I’m not talking about magic. Magic is when a person makes a statement and the physical universe immediately responds. “I want a new Porsche” and bam, there’s one sitting in your driveway.

This is, of course, absurd.

In a human race with such low consciousness, where war, struggle, and conflict are a part of the collective reality, one cannot wave a magic wand or make a half-hearted incantation and expect immediate results. However,  by placing consciously created attributes in one’s consciousness, one can interface with the universe’s operating system to alter results which would have normally been a result of pure chance or probability.

This paradigm comes from an attribute of, “I am a child of the Creative Source, and I expect that what will happen to me will always be benevolent.” It comes from an inner knowing that God is much, much bigger than we think, and that there is a Higher reality all around us, waiting for us, using free choice, to manifest it.

To a materialist this idea is absurd, for consciousness itself (according to Paradigm 1)  comes forth from the physical world. To say that consciousness can change physical reality is a meaningless tautology: “A is A because A is A.”

You choose Paradigm 1 or Paradigm 2 depending on your attitude toward yourself and life.

If you choose Paradigm 2, understand that any success you have with it will be purely subjective. By this I mean that you will never be able to prove that your thoughts or expectations had anything to do with any success you have. “Oh, you just worked very hard.” “You got lucky.” “You’re a member of an oppressive class and I’m a victim. That’s why you’re successful and I’m not.”

You can never show to others how your conscious efforts (visualization, meditation, intent, expectation) to place attributes on the path of chance causes a diversion in your favor, because the process is invisible to the five human senses. Paradigm 2 requires wisdom that goes beyond the purely physical world.

But that’s OK, because the more you do this, the more certain you get that good things will happen. And perhaps, good things that are even better than what you imagined.

A Higher Reality

The difference between Paradigm 1 and 2 is simply the understanding that a human being IS connected to a higher reality, and that free choice determines the content of your box of beliefs. Beliefs are just thoughts that you think over and over again, to the point where they become accepted data points in your consciousness that determine your attitude, intent, and expectations toward a particular subject. Over the years many people simply become fixed in their beliefs, and this sets up a vibration that broadcasts itself to the universe. With this mindset, life doesn't change much.

My 91-year-old stepmother, for example, has three or four beliefs that rule her life. Among them is, “No one ever calls or comes over to see me.” This is simply not true, as her children call her almost every day, and I go over there fairly regularly to see her. We have been trying for years to get her to go to the senior center, which has a free bus that picks up seniors and gives them a ride home. However, she has set up a belief system that leaves her dissatisfied no matter what happens!

In this way we create beliefs that can act as roadblocks to our happiness. Similarly, we can just as easily create beliefs that interfere with chance and probability, and which can propel us along a path of greater happiness.

It’s our choice to be miserable or happy.

One of the most inspiring books I’ve ever read on this subject is a little story by the great writer Frances Hodgson Burnett, titled The Dawn of a Tomorrow. Written in 1905, it describes how a wealthy but miserable man who contemplates suicide is saved by a dirt-poor but enlightened woman living in a hovel. Burnett was Deepak Chopra before Chopra was born. (Also check out The Secret Garden, one of the best children’s books ever written, and quite enjoyable for adults as well.)

Paradigm 1 is easy: float along in life and hope for the best. Paradigm 2 is harder at first, but becomes easier the more you practice. Paradigm 2 is quiet, not loud. It is also more subjective because the methods you apply are not quantifiable or observable. It’s a funny thing though: you can discern your connection to the higher power and how it is working for you. That understanding provides great happiness and satisfaction.

Excerpt from an interview with Dr. Robert Malone, developer of the new mRNA technology used to deliver the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. (Please read the entire article for a science-based, informative approach to understanding the new technology, or listen to the interview at the link below.)

Mr. Jekielek: Robert, on top of everything else, you’re actually a trained bioethicist. And you’ve already started addressing some of the ethical questions are conundrums around what’s happening or what you see happening. Give me a little bit of the scope of this as we start finishing---

Dr. Malone: I wrote… Thank you for that. And for that lead-in, I personally, I think this is one of the most important topics, is the bioethics of use of an experimental medicine and experimental vaccine.

And the genesis of this whole thought thread was a two-hour conversation with a Canadian physician a number of weeks ago, where he just poured his heart out about what he was seeing with his patients and what was going on in Canada. And I was left saying, “Well, thanks for sharing this, but I can’t help you. I don’t have anything.”

I woke up that Sunday morning with an aha moment. And I said, “I know what I can do for this guy. I can write a piece about bioethics, the bioethics of vaccination under emergency use authorization.”

So, I dug into rich literature that exists as well as federal law. That goes back to The Helsinki Accords, The Belmont report, et cetera, and looked at what are the fundamental principles of bioethics as they relate to use of an experimental product.

1) So point number one just summarize that, and this is, you can find it in The Code of Federal Regulations, it’s referred to as the Common Rule. So this is actually Federal Law. It’s not just words that academicians agree to. So the first thing is that an emergency use authorization product, which is what all these vaccines are, and many of the drugs, is an experimental product. It’s not yet licensed. So that’s point number one. They’re all experimental products.

2) Point number two, if you’re going to be administering experimental products to patients that falls under clinical research, medical research. And so, you have to follow the guidance for medical research. And I mentioned the Common Rule is codified in the Code of Federal Regulations.

a) The first clause, importantly in the Common Rule, is there has to be complete disclosure of risk. You know, intuitively what that means because when you buy a bottle of aspirin, you pull out this little piece of paper, and you look at that, and you go, “Holy Moly, this aspirin is going to kill me.” If you read all the way through, it could cause heart attacks or gastric erosions, or whatever. And you look at that, and you say, “Oh, I don’t know if I want to take that aspirin.”

But the truth is that the ones that are common are up at the top, and we all take aspirin or Tylenol or some version of that. That’s the level of disclosure of adverse event risk that must be provided to patients participating in clinical research. That level of information, as we’ve just been discussing, is censored. It’s not available. So we are not meeting the criteria for full disclosure of risk.

b) Second key principle is that that full disclosure has to be comprehensible and comprehended. Earlier on, I referred to thrombocytopenia, and you were like, “What the heck was that?” And I said, “Low platelets.” That’s a great example. The first one was scientific jargon that was incomprehensible to you. The second one you could understand. So these risks have to be conveyed using language that people can comprehend.

c) Third key principle, you cannot coerce. You cannot entice. The patient or the subject has to freely accept the experimental medicine of their own volition. All these messaging about, “You must take the vaccine. You must take the vaccine because otherwise and aunt Mary could get infected.” All of this messaging that the vaccine is safe, et cetera, all the peer pressure that’s happening around the vaccine, that’s coercion.

Now it gets even more florid with those nations. I don’t think we’ve done it here in the States, but the Canada has. We’re going to give out ice cream cones to get the kiddies to come and take the jab that’s been done. That’s coercion and enticement.

Then there’s the last little codicil in all this. We call it the age of consent. So we here in the States generally agree that the age of consent is 18. If you are at or below the age of consent, you need to have approval or consent from your parent or guardian to take an experimental medicine. They act as your agent because you’re not able to provide consent by definition.

We cannot, by law, have infants, children, and adolescents receiving experimental products without authorization of their parents.

Now, listening to this, [one] might say, “Well, we have this special case of an epidemic, and we have to all get vaccine. Why do we have to all get vaccine? What’s the logic behind that?” What we’re told is we have to all get vaccinated so we will reach herd immunity. That’s the logic.

The problem is that that is a fallacy. We have not gathered the data to even be able to calculate in these clinical trials what would give us herd immunity? What would herd immunity mean? It would mean that we have what’s called sterilizing immunity, or in some way, if we get infected, we don’t spread it to somebody else. That means that we’re not producing virus and shedding virus.

Just today, the World Health Organization made an announcement clear and unequivocal. You’ve got to start using masks because none of these vaccines are preventing infection. They’re preventing disease. They’re not preventing transmission, and they may be reducing transmission, but by how much we don’t know. And so we can’t calculate what the percent uptake is required to reach herd immunity, if we could reach herd immunity with these vaccines.

So there’s an underlying logic that’s been pushed out globally about why we have to take vaccine and how many of us have to take vaccine. And it’s not actually supported by data. And to my mind, that’s a problem. And it’s kind of gone all the way through this outbreak where key public health officials have felt comfortable substituting their opinion for evidence-based medicine.

And that always has to happen at the start of an outbreak because there’s no data. Somebody’s got to have expert opinion. We’re past that point. We have a lot of data, and it’s time we start relying on evidence to make public health decisions, and we’re not doing it.

So to my eye, from the bioethics, we appear to be failing to meet the Code of Federal Regulations, Federal Law, let alone fundamental precepts that go back to the end of World War II. We’re not providing full disclosure of risk. We’re not doing so in a way that’s readily comprehended by the public. And we are enticing, compelling, coercing, and otherwise not respecting the rights of the individual to choose what happens to their body.

And in my mind, that’s bedrock is we all have in Western society, the right to choose the State does not own our body, we do. Particularly for an experimental product.

I argue that we’ve crossed a line. It’s a bioethical line. It may actually be Federal Law that we’ve crossed. Inadvertently, I’m sure for all the best reasons, but if you go back, read the code, read the Nuremberg Code. What we’re doing is not aligned with fundamental principles. And as you know, this happens from time to time during war and crisis.

Cultures decide that it’s okay to bend the rules on some fundamentals of ethics, whether it’s torture, internment of populations, whatever. I believe they almost universally end up regretting it. And so, I’m trying to responsibly ethically with the credibility that I have in my CV, and because of my role in inventing this technology to alert people that I believe that we’re pushing and crossing some key lines here that we really should be respecting.

Mr. Jekielek: Robert, we’re going to have to finish up shortly, but I have probably about a few hours more worth of questions for you at this point. So we’ll have to actually invite you back. Any final thoughts before we finish up for today?

Dr. Malone: Yeah. If I can speak to your audience, like I said, it’s your body. In my recommendation, general recommendation is, in my opinion, these vaccines are saving lives. They’re saving many lives, particularly in the elderly. I get asked the question all the time, “Should I take this vaccine or that vaccine because I have this preexisting condition, an autoimmune disease, or whatever?”

And my recommendation is that you know your body best, you and your medical care provider, and that you have the right to accept or not accept a vaccine product, particularly an experimental one. And that you make your own decision. I can’t advise you, in the end neither can your physician completely advise you.

It’s up to you. It’s your body. It’s your choice. And I just suggest strongly that you take the time to get informed, do the best you can, and then make the decision that you think is right for you."

In Canada the Trudeau Administration is requiring the vaccination of school children as young as 7 years of age, without parental consent:

Bio-fascism in Canada...coming to the US.

The Biden Administration has already said that it wants to send canvassers to knock on your door and encourage (coerce?) you to get vaccinated. This is a violation of bioethics, point 2c) in the article above.

Biden's HHS chief, Xavier Becerra, said, “It’s absolutely the government’s right to know if you have been vaccinated. We spent trillions trying to keep you healthy of COVID. You don’t have to answer the door but I hope you do.”

Well, the brown stuff is going to hit the fan when the school year begins. How many mothers are going to allow their young children to be vaccinated with an experimental, cell-altering drug? We'll see. A flu vax is one thing, an experimental one is something quite different.

“Soul sharing” is the idea that the soul is a non-physical consciousness that experiences in the physical universe. As human beings we experience human consciousness, which is the physical awareness a human being has when part of his/her soul consciousness is associated with the physical body. Compared to soul consciousness, human consciousness is limited because only a piece of the soul’s awareness, which is part of the Creative Source, can “fit” into the physical body. So, most of the soul awareness exists outside the physical body, at the level of God/Creative Source/Spirit, or whatever you want to call it. In this way, physical entities can “share” soul awareness, for all human beings have souls, and a soul can share more than one physical body. Perhaps soul sharing is the explanation for “soul mates,” the almost complete bonding of two human beings in a love relationship.

I’m interested in this subject because my wife and I are soul mates. There’s such a strong bond between us that even after being together for 45 years, it’s hard to be away from each other. It just feels so right to be in the same space with each other.

I had an interesting experience in soul sharing this morning. I have had pets my entire life. I grew up with a cat and a dog, and have lived with cats for thirty years with my wife. We have seen them grow up and die, and then we get new ones. Recently our two cats both died within three weeks of each other. For some reason these two leaving us was much more devastating to me than the others. After three months we decided to get two kittens from the Humane Society.

After Sergei and Nicky died I told my wife that the next two cats we got would be reincarnations of Sergei and Nicky. Jenny looked at me and said, “I don’t think cats or animals reincarnate.” My favorite spiritual lecturer, Lee Carroll (Kryon) says that animals don’t have souls.

Well, I don’t believe that after what happened this morning. Two days earlier we walked into the Humane Society and immediately were attracted to two little kittens. One of them was black and the other tiger-striped, just like the two we lost. (Of course, just because the bodies look alike is no reason to assume that the consciousness of the animals is the same.) But the energy of these two guys was similar to the energy of our previous two cats when they were little. So, we took them home.

On Sunday morning (as I write this) I was in bed with the two little kittens. (Kittens are angels without wings.) Jenny was out of the room making coffee. Both of them climbed up on the bed The tiger-striped on had the energy of Sergei, and of two other cats we’ve had. The black one had the energy of  Nikky and another cat we lost. So what the hell, I started talking to them on a soul level, calling them by their previous names to see what happened. I immediately felt a sense of love and a presence that I can’t describe, it was a feeling of reunion with long lost loved ones.  The tiger-striped cats sat on my chest and started to purr loudly. He was rubbing his head against mine, the black one did the same. There was an unbelievable feeling of togetherness, a feeling that everything was perfect, that  all the cats I’ve ever had were there in that moment. Tears of joy started rolling down my face. It lasted for about ten minutes of absolute bliss.

A scientist, a skeptic, or a materialist would call this utter nonsense, but who cares about those dead-heads? It was an experience I’ll never forget, a connection to the Creative Source through the vehicle of two little kittens. Who knows but that there were others there as well, perhaps human loved ones who shared part of their souls with me as well.  It was such a profound, deep feeling of perfection and bliss that I sometimes share with Jenny.

I’m convinced that animals do have souls, or the equivalent of a soul. Consciousness isn’t separate like human bodies are. From my previous meditations I’m pretty sure that there is a collective consciousness of animals species like cats and dogs, just as there is with the human family. It’s almost like, if you have had one cat or dog or other pet, you have shared them with the entire collective consciousness of the species. In that broad sense all life everywhere is linked via soul-sharing, or consciousness sharing. After my experience this morning, I have no trouble at all accepting this idea.

An experience like this is intensely personal and subjective. It cannot be adequately explained using language. It can easily be dismissed by skeptics and materialists. However, anyone who has had a spiritual experience doesn’t care. These spiritual insights are far more real than the physical world we live in every day.  They have a powerful feeling of inclusion and connection with an energy far greater than the mundane events of “real” life.  These experiences remind one that there is far, far greater reality beyond the body reality of the five human senses.  But there’s no algorithm or formula or seminar that you can teach to others, so that they may have a similar experience. This is why my work has always revolved around finding your own personal insight.

Follow the Leader is an outdated concept

“Follow the leader” or “follow the hero” simply doesn’t work to create a personal connection to the Creative Source, although it can be inspiring. The best seminar I ever attended was by a guy who called himself Drunvalo Melchizedek. Seriously folks, I have no patience with pretension or hype, but this guy was the real deal. He basically told stories and we got together in “pods” of eight for surprisingly effective group meditation sessions. Drunvalo was my inspiration  for writing my geometry book on polyhedra. The point is, this guy didn’t hold himself up to be a guru or a spiritual master. He did his thing and sent us home. He taught us about the merkaba, and how to create a surrogate merkaba, which led to the greatest spiritual experience of my life. He said, “if you can do this you become more than human.” This is exactly and precisely what happened to me a month later.

Spiritual experiences are  personal and subjective – the surrogate merkaba

I’ll describe this briefly. Creating a surrogate merkaba is done by asking permission from the earth and then going through a few simple steps. A month after taking this seminar Jenny and I went up to northern Michigan for our annual fall vacation, to a house on Lake Michigan. The next morning a fog blanketed the entire lake. You went outside and saw white. It was a magical day, completely still. Not a sound could be heard except for the gentle lapping of waves on the Lake Michigan beach. Visibility was about six inches. I thought: “OK, let’s test to see if this surrogate merkaba stuff is for real, or is it bullshit.”

I’m a skeptic at heart. I don’t believe anything unless I can feel it or see it for myself.

So I followed the steps to create a surrogate merkaba above the lakefront house. This involves the creation of a spinning vortex of energy. And just like a computer program, you give the surrogate merkaba instructions. You create it, program it, and then let it do its thing. My instructions were: “clear away the fog in a way that shows purpose.” I imagined that the fog would clear off gradually in a way that would prove it wasn’t just random movement of water vapor.

I did this at 8 in the morning.

We went out for a short hike (interesting because visibility was about one foot) and came back. We had something to eat and I was doing some writing. About three hours later I remembered about the surrogate merkaba I created. I went outside and looked around.

Nothing. There was no change. I shrugged and chalked it up as a failed life experiment, and then I forgot about it. We had lunch and I went back to writing. About an hour later I went outside looked out at the lake. The fog was still thick. There was no breeze, no movement outside. I casually looked up at the sky, and saw that the fog had begun to clear in a perfect circle directly above the house where I had put the surrogate merkaba.

It was remarkable. Fog everywhere, a small, perfect circle of blue sky directly above. I marked it down as a purely coincidental but interesting physical phenomenon, and went back in  the house to continue writing my book.

An hour later I stepped outside and looked at the sky again. The circle was bigger, the “hole” in the fog larger, but the surrounding fog was as thick as ever.

OK, by now I am totally intrigued. An hour later I step out again, the blue hole in the sky is larger now, but still almost a perfect circle. To make a long story short, over a time period of about 8 hours, the fog cleared away from the lake in an almost perfect circle. The circle of blue sky got bigger and bigger and bigger. Then, about five in the afternoon, a breeze picked up and scattered the fog.

I knew what the seminar leader meant when he said, “If you can do this you become more than human.” This was a demonstration to me that consciousness can have a direct affect on the physical universe.

After that experience I didn’t feel the need to do more experiments. I never made another surrogate merkaba. I didn’t have to. I will never forget that magic day in the year 2000 as long as I live. 

It’s funny because Jenny was tired that day and, after our morning hike, never stepped foot outside the house. There was no one else in that area that day in the twenty houses on that beach. Jenny and I were alone; so in a sense this experience is completely subjective because no one else saw it. Or maybe they did, and remarked about the curious phenomenon of the circle in the sky. A scientist would explain it as a random movement of water vapor molecules, but nothing remarkable.

But for me it was life changing. It led me to write ten books. I have still never felt the need to make another surrogate merkaba; once was enough.

I tell  this story to illustrate that inspiration from others is important, but  any spiritual experience is always personal. Neale Donald Walsh and Eckhart Tolle are inspirations, and their books are great, but no one can explain to you how to connect with the Creative Source. Drunvalo was wise enough not to tell us what might happen if we created a surrogate merkaba. He just gave us the info and encouraged us to have at it. That’s the sign of a great teacher.

So – look to others for inspiration but consult your own inner wisdom. The world right now doesn’t need leaders and followers, it needs people who will look inward to find the God inside. Or, perhaps, it needs more little kittens and puppies to lighten people up. 

The human race is now engaged in a war of ideas. A cursory examination of this conflict emphasizes debates around COVID-19: lockdowns and the nullification of individual freedoms in the name of public health, or the opening of economies so people can get on with their lives. But the issue is much deeper than that, and literally involves how human societies in the future will be organized. The debate between centralization and decentralization is worldwide, and affects almost every human being on the planet.

In the West, the ideas of the nation state, sovereignty, and territorial integrity began in the 17th century with the signing of  the Peace of Westphalia in 1648, which ended 80 years of war in Europe, and also involved a religious truce of sorts between the three main religions of that time: Roman Catholicism, Lutheranism (based on the doctrines of Martin Luther, which were essentially objections to the perceived corruption in the Catholic Church), and Calvinism. The Peace of Westphalia was the beginning of the modern era of nation states with distinct and protected cultural, religious, and/or political identities. The concept of territorial integrity and national sovereignty were born out of these negotiations almost 400 years ago. These ideas allowed for the establishment of the United Nations in 1945, just after World War II.

The 20th century saw the establishment of communist and fascist states, and a serious  challenge to the Westphalian system across the globe. Of course there have always been totalitarian states throughout human history, but as the population of earth rose from 2 billion in 1927 to 7 billion in 2011, centralization, authoritarianism, and centrally planned economies began to conflict with notions of individual rights, and societies such as constitutional republics that protect individual freedoms.

Those in favor of centralization argue that planned economies are vastly more efficient at moving goods and services, and are better able to utilize the talents of individuals in society for the common good. Those in favor of decentralization decry the squelching of human rights and individual freedoms, and argue that centralized societies inevitably become totalitarian, inhibit creativity, and are ruled by a privileged elite who use inflexible ideology to make people follow “the party line.” Those in favor of centralization counter that the inevitable evolution of free societies lead also to the establishment of wealthy elites who establish a modern-day privileged class and lord it over the people.

In the United States there is a lot of confusion about the political system we have. If you asked most citizens about this, they would say that the US is a democracy. On a very basic level, this is true. But the US is actually a constitutional republic. Our Constitution and Bill of Rights spell out explicitly what the government can and cannot do. The Bill of Rights guarantees individual rights for each citizen, and religious rights. The power of the central government is limited by the Constitution, and all powers not specifically granted to the central government are reserved to the states.

Here is what the 10th Amendment to the Constitution says:

"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

FindLaw says:

Passed by Congress in 1789 and ratified in 1791, the Tenth Amendment is the last in the group of Constitutional Amendments known as the Bill of Rights. Unlike several of the other early amendments, it is quite brief – only one sentence. But that one sentence grants state governments all powers not specifically delegated to the federal government by the Constitution. However, as broad a grant as this seems, interpretation by the Supreme Court has placed some limits on state power.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is meant by "reserved powers?"

“Reserved powers” refers to powers that are not specifically granted to the federal government by the Constitution. The Tenth Amendment gives these powers to the states.

What is an example of a reserved power?

Reserved powers include running elections, creating marriage laws, and regulating schools.

Why are reserved powers important?

Reserving powers for state governments helps maintain a balance of power between the states and the federal government. They also allow states the freedom to try out different ideas and programs, which is why states are sometimes called laboratories of democracy.”

Furthermore, in  Fry v. United States, 421 U.S. 542, 547 n.7 (1975), the 10th Amendment expressly declares the constitutional policy that Congress may not exercise power in a fashion that impairs the States’ integrity or their ability to function effectively in a federal system."

"The Tenth Amendment: Reserving Power for the States,"

Notice that the states are the laboratories of democracy, not the federal government. The Constitution and the Bill of Rights were written precisely to limit the power of centralization by the British crown, or any dictator or group of totalitarians, such as modern-day fascists and communists.

The states run elections and have always run elections, not the federal government in DC. It’s why some states are now looking into the corruption surrounding the 2020 election. The power to examine elections and ballots can be done, legally, by the duly elected legislature of each state.

There is good reason to limit the power of the central government.

In a democracy, the majority can trample on the rights of minorities. The Electoral College, for example, was designed to protect the rights of less populated states from the rule of big states. Those who favor abolition of the Electoral College, or packing the Supreme Court, have, most likely, not studied the U.S. Constitution and the checks and balances it creates to keep a stable political system. The recent riots in dozens of American cities, with billions of dollars in property damage, is a taste of what can happen when mob rule takes over. Totalitarian societies are always centralized, and are always based in intolerance for other points of view.

Here in the US there is now a debate between a populist movement that favors a smaller government and a larger private sector, and those who favor the communist, centralized model of a huge central government that plans the lives of all citizens. Under the guise of “COVID Relief Bills,” the central government in Washington DC and the Federal Reserve, the nation’s central bank, are literally printing trillions of dollars. Some businesses report that they cannot find employees because people are being “paid” more to stay home than going to work. Where this will lead is anyone’s guess, but one thing is certain: money is not wealth. As long as the amount of currency and credit in circulation balances the goods and services produced by the economy, the currency is stable, inflation is low, and the economy has the opportunity to run well. Merely printing money without a concomitant increase in the production of goods and services must lead inevitably to inflation and the debasing of the currency, which adversely affects the poor, the class least able to withstand the onslaught of inflation. Inflating the currency has been tried (and it has failed) throughout history, from the Roman Empire to the U.S. colonies, who attempted to print scrip to fund the Revolutionary War against the British crown. No one would take this currency, which were just pieces of paper backed by nothing valuable.

A centralized economy would be able to print massive amounts of money, whereas a decentralized  economy with a smaller central government and a large private sector would never be able to get away with it.

In short, centralized governments can never plan for the billions of decisions made every day by citizens. Centralized planning inevitably results in prohibition on thought, speech, and action to suit the demands of those in power. This is why centralized, totalitarian societies have always failed.

Centralization of politics in the United States has led to the placing of barriers and barbed wire around the Capitol, as a privileged political ruling class tries to protect itself from the people it is supposed to govern. Here in the US, HR 1 and SB 1, under the guise of “election reform,” will take control of decentralized elections from the state legislatures and give it to a corrupt central government, allowing for the party in power to maintain its power indefinitely. These election laws will, of course (for it is the modus operandi of centralization) – be backed by the coercive power of the State, where authority (and military power to enforce diktats) is concentrated.

In conclusion, human societies thrive when they are supported by the rule of law, and by the guarantee of liberty and freedom of thought and expression, which leads to creativity and powerful economic opportunities.  Although some centralization is necessary for good planning and rational public policy, too much centralization will lead to a sterile, apathetic society ruled by a privileged few.

(Inspired by Marshall Vian Summers)

If your affection for God is restrained by your condemnation of the world, your affection towards other people will be restrained by your condemnation of their behavior. This is why you must consider your relationship with God before you consider any other relationship.”

Marshall Vian Summers

There are words of wisdom that affect everyone in the world today. The world is in trouble because so many of us have lost our divine connection. Indeed, the scientific materialism that is being pushed on the world encourages us every day to ignore our deeper connection. It says, “You are a meat body. You are your race and your gender. That is all you are.”

This “philosophy” treats human beings like apps, and generates separation, intolerance, and hatred.

The primary relationship of any person is their relationship to the Creator, for the Creator, with your agreement, put you in the world to accomplish your own particular mission. That mission may be very small, or great.

The scope of your mission in the world is irrelevant.

Many people think they are failures because they have not done something great. Consider the idea that God may not want you to do great things.  Your job may be simply to live quietly and let others see your unique imprint in the world (in order to do that you have to express yourself). In this way others might question their own role in the world, and how to accomplish it. In this way you influence others to look within and find a personal relationship with God.

Without this relationship a person will be confused, angry, intolerant, and/or dissatisfied.

 Only a very, very few people can do great things. That is because greatness is a very small subset in comparison with everything else. If everyone were “great,” then greatness is common.

Greatness isn’t defined by what you accomplish in life. That is an agenda. God doesn’t have an agenda, other than to transform the physical world into something resembling our Ancient Home, the place where all souls come from and will return.

Therefore, no matter what you do, look for the divine connection within yourself. This connection establishes a feeling of personal power and contentment, no matter how much you have or don’t have.

God Is Not Esoteric

God isn’t esoteric. Your relationship with God isn’t esoteric. It’s something vital and necessary for success in the world, for without it you constantly look outside to others for guidance, instead of finding the real satisfaction that comes from your soul mission.

Yet God is not an object or a physical body, and that’s a good thing. Objects and bodies are judged; even the most beautiful object or body is never perfect. Therefore it is not possible to have a perfect relationship with anything in the world. However, it is possible to have a perfect relationship with God, for our judgments of God, our limiting ideas about God, can’t stick. God is a Presence. Even though God may not be visible as a physical object, that Presence is all around you and in you all the time.

Therefore, it is much easier to have a relationship with the Creator than with anything in the world. Once even a tiny sliver of this relationship is established, life’s difficulties can resolve.

 A relationship with the Creator gives us purpose, for we then know our soul mission. Those who deny the Creator (and thus themselves, for the body is the physical representation of the soul) must create substitutes in order to have purpose in life. This is how we get agendas and strife, and conflict, for the essence of the Creator is harmony and cooperation.

Without the connection to the Presence, you substitute ideas about life. These ideas, of course, are not shared by everyone else. Therefore there is conflict, for there is the impulse to make others conform to your ideas. This results in creating a sort of prison around others, for you cannot be happy unless they conform to your ideas about how the world should be. This causes   personal anger, for others seem stupid in comparison to your personal box of beliefs. They just don’t “get it.” If carried far enough, this may result in rioting in the streets and discord on social media!

Acting without at least a minimal connection to the Creator creates a prison around others, and around yourself.

Everyone Has a Different Life Purpose

How can you know your soul mission (or anything about yourself) without a connection to the Creator? The life mission may be very, very different for each person.

There are many large-souled persons on this planet with great wisdom, and who act in accordance with God. Some of these people may seem brusque or even confrontational, but in a world of low consciousness, sometimes this is needed. I try not to confuse antagonism necessarily with bad behavior. When one confronts evil, for example, one may need to exercise physical force.  Those who can do this successfully are almost always even-tempered and are acting from a very strong connection to God. These people are blessed indeed, and their strong purpose is easily seen. Their centered-ness is obvious, they exude great power. These are people who have found a strong soul connection to the Creator. These are the spiritual warriors.

One of the characters in my new book, a former Special Forces member and mercenary, is arguing with a young woman after he killed Lucas Cernovitz, a man who was running a child trafficking network.

“Killing blackens your soul,” the woman insists.

Ralph shakes his head. “A warrior knows that life is temporary, and is unafraid to die. Me and Cernovitz understood that; we played a game and he lost. We are all warriors, it’s just that almost no one understands this.”

The Ralph character is saying that the physical experience is just a game. We all go back Home when we die. Even mass murderers. “What happens on earth stays on earth.” Everyone goes back to the Creator because the Game is rigged so that all endings are happy endings. All souls return to God. All of them, without exception. When the chess piece gets killed in the game it is removed from the board. When a new game starts it is placed back on the board for a fresh start.

In chess, is the opposing king evil? Are the most powerful pieces on the other side of the board more evil in proportion to their power to act? Or, perhaps, are they there to facilitate the game being played?

Conflict is just a misunderstanding: We need opponents to grow in experience and wisdom. Your opponent isn’t your enemy, he or she is simply another player in the Game of Life who may, temporarily, have a different agenda than you do (I tell myself this all the time because it isn’t easy for me to do this), and who is there to teach you something. Conflict arises when we assign the other pieces on the board an evil aspect. There is enough true evil in the world without making more!

It doesn’t work out well in the physical universe when angry people try to solve the world’s problems. These people simply create confusion. Pointless killing and chaos is the result when people who have no connection to God try to solve problems.

We Are All Spiritual Warriors

The true spiritual warrior may be required to confront evil, but does so with a purpose and keeps his or her head. They always create a result that is accepted by almost everyone, even if violence is necessary. In other words, the situation is calmed when they are done. There are very few of these people in the world because this is an almost impossible task. They are the great ones, the spiritual warriors. They are instantly recognizable by their connection to God. Inside, they are peaceful.

Not all of us can be Ghandi’s. Even Christ physically threw the money changers out of the temple. “This house is a house of prayer, you have turned it into a den of thieves.” Yeah, Christ said, get the fuck out. Success depends on how centered and peaceful you are inside.  I imagine that when Christ threw out the money-grubbers, he did so in a centered manner, not in an out-of-control way.

Sananda was not a chanting weakling. He was a healer, but also a man prepared to confront anything in the physical universe. (I’m not personally capable of doing that, but I don’t criticize others who do, as long as I see that connection to God. In order to see that connection, you have to be connected yourself.)

Today’s metaphysics focuses exclusively on passive peace and love. There’s definitely a place for that, but there’s also a place for the spiritual warrior.

The point is that everyone has a different soul mission. This can only be understood by people who themselves have a connection to God. And by connection to God I don’t mean, “There is only one way to redemption/enlightenment and that is (place dogma here).”

The World Is a Place to Work

There is a difference between the soul’s home in the One consciousness and the physical world. The Home of the soul is a place of being. The world is a place of doing and action. Yet  one of the purposes of a physical incarnation is to bring the Presence of God into the world. This can only be done through a state of Being. Only a person who has this connection can do that. Fortunately, it’s easy to recognize the connection to God. God is pure affinity and a sense of belonging and inclusiveness that feels RIGHT. When you feel like that you are contacting the Presence of God, which is embedded directly into your DNA.

So – it seems counter-intuitive, but the most important relationship for an individual is the relationship to God, for every individual on earth – even people we don’t like – is a piece of God. The Presence of God is the common denominator of all human beings.

You Are Here on Purpose

You are in the world exactly where you are supposed to be. Your birth was not an accident: God didn’t randomly shove you into your body.  You are not a victim of your birth.

A materialist will never understand this, of course, because a materialist is subtly oriented toward victimization. His or her birth is random, a shaking of the cosmic dice; it is a thing to be carped at and criticized if one is born the wrong gender, or in poverty, or in a place where injustice prevails.

Back Home, before you came here, you chose your parents, you chose your place of birth, you came in with a soul mission to help the world.

The world is not a place that is set up to satisfy your every desire and idea about how things should work. The world is a place that allows 8 billion people to have free will. The world needs your help, but it isn’t waiting for you to change it. It’s waiting for you to be the change you desire for the world. 

And finally, consider the idea that what you have to share isn’t for everyone. If your creative project is going nowhere, perhaps you have not yet found the correct audience for it. It is never a good idea to present ideas to a group that is hostile to them, for you will merely engage in conflict, stir up emotions, and not convince anyone. And in the process, your personal creativity will be squelched. When you have found the correct audience – those people God has sent you here to teach – what you have to offer will be examined without screaming and yelling! Oh, there may be plenty of disagreement, but this should be welcomed, for those who need your ideas may be off on the wrong path and looking for your guidance.

When you have found the right audience you will not be met with hostility, but with curiosity and the expectation that what you have to offer will fill a need for them.