posted on May, 27 2009 @ 11:27 AM
O.K., I went and talked to the old lady yesterday afternoon. She seemed like she was in a different mood to begin with, like she didn't even
remember talking to me.
I felt like I was talking to an amnesiac at first. I told her I was very interested in the things she was telling me previously. She responded and
started to tell me the story almost from the beginning, like she couldn't remember exactly what we talked about.
I asked her about what her son did for ORNL - Oak Ridge National Laboratoy - and she said she didn't know exactly, but referred to his work as more
of an engineering type position. She said "He would take things apart and rebuild them in different ways" I imagined he took plans and developed
ways to house current technology.
I didn't realize how big a complex and how many different things go on at ORNL until a read a thread yesterday about the Roswell debris being sent to
a company that did work for premier government installations and had ORNL listed as one of them. This place is practically next door to my home. She
said if war ever broke out in America to get as far away from this area as possible.
Anyway, I went on with the conversation and ended up talking to her for quite some time.
She re-onfirmed that the family would have a different subject every couple of weeks that would be used by the members of the family as a prayer
subject. She didn't refer to this the last time I talked to her as a prayer, but she did say that all the religions use prayer because it is built
into us from conception. So, it is a hard-wired instinct that every single person alive possesses(?). Her son believed that ever person, whether
knowingly or subconciously, would engage in a prayer type process - he said that some people make the concious decision to do it in groups, others do
it purposely alone, and still other do it without even knowing.
He believed that it was one of the basic instincts that humans have to ontrol the reality in which they live, through her he said "It is one of the
most under-used tools we have that is given to us"
To answer the question of whether their thought projects or weekly prayer worked, she said there was never an instance when it did not work.
She said that her son was found unconcious in his car in the ORNL complex parking garage. Suspected of being exposed to something deadly on the job.
He was taken to the UTK Medical center where he died a about a week later from Thallium poisoning.
She also said that she believed that every person and place that you meet or go is predetermined by your own actions. Of course this sounds pretty
common, being that if I think I need to go to Harris Teeter I will go there because I thought it. That's not what she meant. She put it in a way
that made it sound more cryptic. She said that your life isn't pre-determined, but determined days, weeks, or even years before a certain event or
meeting in your life takes place. It is determined by prior choices you make and prior desires or thoughts you have, not pertaining to the event or
meeting in particular.
She asked me if I had ever wanted something that seemed out of reach, so out of reach you don't even try to get it? Has what you desired ever
seemingly sought you out later? And of course, like most people this has happened to me.
She said it wasnn't dumb luck, but it was exactly what she was talking about. She asserted that your deepest desires could be achieved through this
type of thought.
She told me how she had grown up quite poor and worked hard, but never really got anywhere or anything done until this line of thinking was introduced
to them. You would never know she came from a poor family, as the house she currently lives in is nearly 6,500sq. ft. and in one of the more
prestigous neighborhoods in the Knoxville are called Westmoreland Hills.
It is a very fascinating story and sure to continue as she hired me to re-finish the rest of her flooring. Maybe I can find out more to this story
and process. Maybe I can get her to show me how they went about ensuring the success of their common thought projects.