Sometimes I wonder why something absolutely extraordinary and dramatic has not happened in my lifetime (I'm 50), yet..
No proof of alien civilizations visiting the Earth, and nothing massive and global except maybe 9/11 in it's impact, although that wasn't even
entirely real as a bloody ruse of sorts.
There is one thing however, which is almost entirely ignored and that is the sheer magnitude of the universe within which the earth and our solar
system is imbedded. That's something that has happened over the last 30, 40 years.
But other than that, it's been really quiet, no major galactic "weather" like running into a slower moving gas or dust cloud, no big impacts or any
meteor impacts of any consequence, except the one that hit Jupiter, that was quite something.
If you're like me and fancy yourself a bit of a prophet of sorts or at the very least slightly touched..lol you might have said to yourself and have
been telling other people since childhood that something of the farthest reaching proportions and implications would happen
in our lifetime.
I'm still waiting... and don't get me wrong I'm not into doom porn and believe that the "thing" itself when it happens could just as easily be good as
There is one other thing, other than the discovery of the magnitude of the universe around us, and that is what might be described as the cosmogenesis
of the omegapoint of the noosphere where the IDEA itself can drive a social evolution on a global basis, and even that has been largely blocked, up
until now, by the MSM, news sources and the distractions of a FAKE Celebrity culture mixing with politics, and we'll see how it all plays out but
there seems to be a damn breaking and a whole worldview or societal matrix about to burst like a bubble.
It SEEMS as if we are right now on the cusp of a new area and a new age, but it's not of a purely Trumpian nature, since the power and influence of
government isn't going to save us from ourselves either.
The ability to have a "voice" armed with nothing but keyboard and mouse, that's something novel that is slowly but surely arising to replace the old
outmoded view, which in the words of Terrance McKenna is "like sucking on the dry bones of a dead civilization in the hope of finding enough marrow
left to provide sustenance". There's no continuity.
So while it may not APPEAR that the great dramatic "thing" or event has taken place, on another level, I think we are beginning to recognize that
history and even time and space might not operate in the way we've presumed according to a purely materialist monist, Newtonian, this and that, here
and there worldview running along a timeline that's continuous from past to present to future.
We are beginning, some of us to realize that history doesn't really repeat in the same configuration and that the world we inhabit and therefore
history itself is - discontinuous, meaning that it's always new & without history repeating itself except in some sort of manmade institutionalized
collective memory or how we've been taught to think about ourselves, others and the world around us.
Willingness and open-mindedness and curiosity and a whole field of heartfelt desire is, I've become convinced, filling the void and the vaccum in the
divided middle between what is and what will be and the obvious void of leadership in every sphere of human experience.
The PTB have lost the narrative, and while it's not about Trump, that whole thing has served to break it open (the matrix) for reexamination, and for
differentiation and reintegration on the other side of things looking back. We are I feel at long last in pursuit of the simplicity on the far side of
complexity that both unites us and sets us apart from one another as individuals.
The 20th century was the century of the self, and the 21st will be and become the century of the human being.
We are finally, and at long last, becoming active historical participants in a transformative process, in what might be called a participatory
eschatology in the destruction and discarding of everything that hasn't worked or served our individual and common good.
Courage. The courage to destroy what needs to be eliminated, and the courage to be happy and to build a better world together, is on the rise.
Courage, to think outside the box.
Courage to get in the face of ignorance.
Courage to face down the devil in our midst.
If there's anything that I would pray for from God, it would be to grant the human being more courage, and in so doing the opportunity to traverse a
bridge upheld by a keystone of truth and love and authentic leadership, and boldly enter into a new era and a new age of reason and Spirit and of
mankind and God working together in partnership as intended by design or an original intent ie: as a different type of kingdom based on a whole other
set of principals and standards than the present kingdom of the world (differentiated and distinguished), which inevitably meets its end and falls in
the face of courage, even by the lone individual (ie: Jesus) within the context of the true "relativity of human being".
Since the old and outmoded is fundamentally absurd when seen in the light of a higher truth and awareness, it then becomes the brunt of ridiculous
nonsense in which we were all complicit at some level - therefore, I would predict that when the "eschaton" presents itself from out of time, it will
contain within itself the potential and possibility for great HUMOR and we have so much contrast looking back on it all, perhaps enough to last a
millennium, or more.
It's a great joke at the expense of our ignorance and absurdity. A joke capable of saving the world that's told in many forms and languages.
If I may I would like to suggest that it's already well on its way and has been circling the world in different ways for a few years now, but we just
haven't quite noticed it yet, because of a lack of courage to laugh at our own ignorance. Pride alone is standing in the way of the new age. That's
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