a reply to: pupetmaster
So sounds in reality can become part of our dreams and our dreams can inspire and make us
pursue different things when awake. The unconscious is also linked to many different archetypes like the shadow, or trickster or even the Hero /
Messiah. All of these myths play a role in our lives, both awake and asleep. I just think there is a link here with 'Alien' abduction.
So sounds in reality can become part of our dreams and our dreams can inspire and make us pursue different things when awake. The unconscious
is also linked to many different archetypes like the shadow, or trickster or even the Hero / Messiah. All of these myths play a role in our lives,
both awake and asleep. I just think there is a link here with 'Alien' abduction.
Lately I've spent a bunch of time looking into 'New Age' ideas on spirituality and religion, and on various interpretations on different religions.
Very confusing when you look at the entirety of religion/spirituality, as there are so many common themes it cannot be mere coincidence, but then it's
hard to find an all encompassing idea/system, and even harder to determine which teaching might be correct-how they should fit into a larger
For instance, Demons, Djinn, Archons, Ghosts, etc-so on and so forth, et al; all these things, some might argue they are the same thing-or at least
have the same effect-the same objectives.
For the sake of discussion Im going to just spitball here, this is all just speculation and whatnot.
Were all the newer monotheistic religions created to stamp out Paganism and ignite the world into thousands of years of turmoil and religious war(?)
Seems if there are spiritual/supernatural/extra-dimensional beings involved in that effort, they sure benefit off of suffering.
So how would dreams fit into all that? The modern claim of the Archons is that they lack a soul, so they feed of human souls, of emotions
specifically. If you lacked a soul what does that entail for the being? A miserable existence I suppose, but maybe they can't even feel misery, and
that's the point. They are just being with no feelings or connectedness at all, so they leech onto humans and leech out the most important part of
them, the soul. Which carries along with it feelings and emotions. The stronger the effect the more powerful it is to them.
So call it Archons or Djinn or Demons or whatever [now referred to as negative-beings], but it's quite obvious religion has had a huge impact in the
last half dozen millennia. For the sake of argument, lets say religion is being manifested or controlled from the alternate-dimension. Where the
The world has been living in controlled chaos for aeons now. It makes sense to hate. It makes sense to fear. But remove humans from their
conditioning, put them on an island, or anywhere where they must survive or work together, overcome adversity, and suddenly those preconceived
notions, the programming, it easily wears off.
I remember when my mother took me to church, for a brief period before the teen years, I suffered the worst nightmares I ever would. Easy to chalk it
up to 'introduction to new ideas, concepts (e.g. Demons) leading to an impact on dream state.'
The problem is when I stopped going to church, they vanished almost overnight. And it wasn't that I wasn't exposed to scary stuff, of course it
continued, if anything, accelerated and increased with age. It just hadn't personally affected me anymore. Although I've ignored spirituality and
religion for most my life, again its for the sake of argument.
If the religions that rule our world today are the creation of the evil or parasitic demonic forces from another spiritual plane or dimension or
whatever, it appears they like a few things: destruction, pain, suffering, fear, hate. And you could speculate that participation in these religions
only increases the effects of the programming. It creates the idea of individuality, separation, of personal powers and personal beliefs, and even
though it might claim seeking 'unity' amongst men it has the opposite effect.
It jumpstarts the Ego and maintains it over one's life. Just look at George Bush and his biblical reasonings for invading Iraq. Religious
indoctrination can make the most evil, most destructive actions appear as a moral right, to those with inflated religious Egos.
So when I left the church, my dreams ceased. The really bad ones anyway. And for years nothing much happened in respect to dreams. The normal kind,
good and bad, but nothing too crazily shocking or debilitating. Plenty of 'flying' dreams, where you have the ability to jump and keep up in the air.
Basically flying. Just not total control vertically.
These have always been a positive experience. I remember in fact a period of time where I was eager to sleep every night expecting what would come in
The fact that there are good dreams and bad dreams, and that life influences can greatly alter or determine what you will be experiencing, leads me to
believe that it's not a guarantee that the negative-beings are consistently mining your dreams. Or perhaps that's the only
place it can be
mined, and therefore the entire reason behind them to begin with.
The dream state used as a means of leeching out whatever essence they take from us, also implanting protocols or plans, for future obligations in the
corporeal world. e.g. plan to build a church and convert men to their faith, indoctrinate them to the ideas of good vs evil, create fear and
suffering, bring more people to the dream state to become batteries.
In this case I'd say that it's not a guarantee. That the negative-beings can only access a human in dream state when they are indeed having a dream
influenced by them to begin with.
When I consider all of this, I try to visualize the dream world. Or dream realm rather. Another plane of existence. We fall asleep, our brain gets a
shot of '___' (for arguments sake) and it launches your consciousness into the other plane, the 'higher dimension' or whatever you want to call it.
Once we are there who knows what we experience. Since dreams have kind of a auto-erase function. We never totally remember them, and even lucid dreams
which are perfectly recalled minutes after can be suddenly wiped from memory. Just like the fact we remember nothing before and after death (if we are
indeed reincarnated beings) we don't remember much from the dream state. Im sure by design.
Whether or not you subscribe to a Monotheistic religion, or Paganism, God & Satan, or the goddess Sophia in the light of the universe-ethericaly
floating at the center of galaxies or solar systems, a being of pure light. Im guessing that all the deities or gods, as we refer to them, are able
to access the other dimension. The other plane. The dream world.
You have people like Buddha, the Dali Lama, et al. The enlightened. Which I'm guessing they don't suffer the nightmares we do.
It's reasonable to assume that just as the negative-beings can use you like a battery, the beings of light, the creator beings, who don't want to
interfere, as its not in their nature, would be there as well. Perhaps connecting to people when they have a normal dream. So life then is about
ignoring that good/bad, its about moving away from the black/white reality and just being.