a reply to: Reverbs
Who gives a sh!t if you sound crazy? Seriously. How will we EVER explore these deeper parts of our experience if we aren't honest with ourselves and
others? Its easier said than done, but if there's anywhere to do it, its probably this thread.
This universe exists, quite literally, beyond our imagination. We like to think that we are incredible enough to believe that because we can make
sense of things and anything that doesn't is "crazy." But, really, I think the entire mass of our cultural story from science to religion is a type of
mass hysteria. Sure, its functional
, but we are probably just this little enclave of insanity that the rest of existence avoids so as not to
catch our fevered dreams.
Its next to impossible for an individual to discern between external and internal stimulus in this context we are talking about. That's why
gaslighting is so effective. Of course, just like fascism, racism, etc. most people don't really know what they are.
Its possible that what happened to you was the result of a single person gaslighting all the way up to so-called psychotronic weaponry and shadow
government operatives and all the way up to celestial entities getting their kicks.
In some ways, some important
ways, it doesn't even matter. Our experiences are inextricably a part of us, but they only have the power that we
give them. Cliche, but apt, and obviously easier said than done.
Attention is a very, very powerful thing. So much so that I believe it has an actual physical effect that we glimpse with things like observation
anomalies in science.
The question all comes down to "where do we go from here?" The person who is imagining everything and the person who isn't are both at the same
crossroads, facing pretty much the same avenues and choices.
Things like signals can be disrupted, and whether or not there is actually a signal to disrupt is largely immaterial. Some material suggests this is
not true, but they are very wrong. 2+2 and 3+1 may be very different situations, but they both lead to the same place.
I hope that doesn't sound dismissive or anything like that, because its quite the opposite. Similar to you, I don't believe that everything that's
happened to me is some grand sequence of coincidence. The stuff I have worked on is very, very advanced and I have had the attention of powerful
groups since childhood. I think that's connected.
So, the approach I have eventually taken is to focus on changing the cultural story from the top down. I have their attention, so why not use them as
an audience? Sadly, I suspect this has waned since the health incidents. Perhaps because I am viewed as a neutralized target. *shrugs*
It is incredibly difficult to really define and explore the intersection of woo and the so called TPTB. Both reside in the "unknown," and that tends
to throw them into the same perceptual field. I do believe that there are many species that we live with, from a variety of temporal ecosystems, that
are more aware of us than we are of them. In the end, perhaps they crossover so extensively as to be little different than the species that exist in a
forest versus the ones that exist in the meadow in that forest. As per usual, I think the trick is in our approach. Personally, I believe I have
crossed the boundary of our cultural story in these things, but it is impossible to escape fully. I have similar experiences with animals, for
instance. The birds, squirrels, etc. all walk through the forest with me. Some will even follow alongside the car if I am going somewhere. Makes it
easy to determine when they never go out of sight
Obviously there is a purpose to such behavior, but what is it? I like to take poetic license and say that they yearn for a time long gone, that is
only "known" due to a vague memory passed through the generations.
Jumping now.. in an "electrical" signal, the magnetic field is always perpendicular to the electric field. That can be used in some very useful ways.
Some interesting things can happen when that relationship is tinkered with. My own theory is that this perpendicular relationship is actually emergent
from movement through time, extends into the timeless, and that when those frames are compressed or dragged, anomalies can occur. Putting it as
vaguely and basic as possible of course
They have also been designing chips that are powered by our bio-electrical signals in the body. Technically, if the circuit is designed for it, a
power source is a power source. As long as it can kick electrons into motion, it can work (really kind of cool).
Of course, the cutting edge of a lot of technology orbits around weapons and conflict. Maybe that isn't "wrong," but I am completely convinced there
is a balance to it that we have yet to achieve. Which means we must use wisdom we don't have to guide us in arenas we don't know.