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Originally posted by optyk phyba
reply to post by LordKnox
thank you for your reply LordKnox.
my main interest is what your (everyones) belief is and how you (everyone) construct or rationalize it. i prefer simple ideas / beliefs over complex ones if they achieve the same outcome. there also seems to be several lines of belief being stated in this thread.
Originally posted by blujay
In the beginning there was Infinity. Infinity became aware. Awareness led to the focus of infinity into infinite energy. Focus being logos or love.
The Creator is the focusing of infinity as an aware or conscious principle, or Inteligent Infinity....
and then from Ra:
"The next step is still at this space/time nexus in your illusion achieving its progression as you may see it in your illusion. The next step is an infinite reaction to the creative principle following the Law of One in one of its primal distortions, freedom of will. Thus many, many dimensions, infinite in number, are possible. The energy moves from the intelligent infinity due first to the outpouring of randomized creative force, this then creating patterns which in holographic style appear as the entire creation no matter which direction or energy is explored. These patterns of energy begin then to regularize their own local, shall we say, rhythms and fields of energy, thus creating dimensions and universes."
Originally posted by Spooky Fox Mulder
1) You always had a feeling that you don't belong here on this planet.
2) You've always felt being very different from humans.
3) You have a strong longing to "go home", although you don't know where home is (but its' not on this planet).
4) You often tend to watch humans and think "Why are they making things so complicated? It's really not that complicated."
5) You have a strong sense of purpose - that you are on this planet for a reason.
6) You may posses supernatural abilities: telepathy, clairvoyance, clairsentience, super empathy, etc.
Originally posted by pieinthesky
I also have some of that pre-phone ringing thing (thinking about someone just before they phone)- but only with certain people - particularily loved ones.
Any other indigos here?
Originally posted by Venus014
I said if I told my friends about these starseeds they will laugh at me and a poster said get new friends. I been thinking and about this and it dont seem right that staraliens
[edit on 10-6-2009 by Venus014]
Originally posted by blujay
I think so, too. I still use the 'language' of Ra when expressing these difficult ideas, because it's the way I learned it and putting it in my words wouldn't do it justice.
Originally posted by LordKnox
reply to post by Venus014
Ok, I might have taken that somewhere it wasn't going, but I wanted to get that of my chest. Like I said, I don't have anyone to talk to about this.
Originally posted by Malcram
It could be said that "Starseeds" are here to represent ideas and potential that is ahead of it's time and generally latent and unknown within humans in order to help humans develop that potential more rapidly, which is a fairly inspirational and positive notion, true or not.
There will then be two basic responses to this idea - resistance and acceptance. Resistance is usually based on negativity, pessimism and jealousy (often masquerading as supposed "realism"): a feeling of being merely a fragile, limited and slowly dying hunk of meat, and if that is the case, then how dare anybody else presume to feel otherwise about themselves!? "I'm in the ****, and if I am you are too buddy! I don't care what you say! Get real!". Instead of finding inspiration and hope in the "Starseeds" ideas, which is the other possible response, they feel threatened and resentful, as demonstrated on this thread.
The other response, acceptance, ranges from "Yes! That describes me! Now I understand" to, "Interesting idea. Could be. I hope so". These people, even if they don't quite identify with the idea of being a "Starseed" themselves, can at least allow themselves to see the positivity in such a notion, an can entertain the hope that it might be true and might have a beneficial effect if it were.
I think the reactions in this thread say more about our own nature than anything else.
If it's true that ET's from more advanced civilizations are "incarnating" here as kind of cosmic missionaries making a kind gesture in order to collectively give humanity a "shot in the arm", a hand up the evolutionary ladder, and assistance into a new and challenging paradigm, then how would you want to respond to that? With scorn and abuse, or openmindedness and hope?
[edit on 4-6-2009 by Malcram]