posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 01:00 PM
Thanks for the warm welcome.
I have so many unanswered questions and things I still wonder about.
When I was 9 we went to visit distant cousins I'd never met before. One was a former Green Beret, and at that time an "inventor" funded by the
He sat me down for a talk about what I wanted to do with my life. He told me that life was a pyramid and that I was never to forget that. It was my
job to reach the top of the pyramid. Most people don't even realize that the pyramid exists. I was not to let anyone stop me from reaching the top
of the pyramid.
I always thought my life was a puzzle. Everyone was certainly puzzled by his talk with me. I never forgot it.
My dad was a Mason for many years, and very high up the ladder. He will not discuss it. At all. Never has. A few years back he suddenly gave it
up, got rid of all of his Mason paraphenalia, and won't talk about it even more.
I'll probably never know what's up with that.
My family history is completely bizarre and I've never found anything to compare it to. Very strong, self-sufficient, mostly educated, sometimes
religious, occasional odd ties, political, lots of secrets, weird tragedies, often well-to-do, ties to the paranormal, sometimes extremely ignorant,
and most don't trust anyone.
I've always disliked anything mainstream, and for the most part, even as a small child, have disliked television.
I just feel like I need to sort this stuff out and put it all in order, if that makes any sense?
My circle of friends is and always has been a very eclectic mix that makes no sense to anyone that doesn't know me. I've recently been told that
I've been "networking" since I was 5. And I sit here and wonder what to heck that is suppose to mean!
I've sat back and watched as people who would never have stood for the things going on in this world right now just go along with it all now, for
some reason not wanting to rock the boat or something. We talk of waking up, and it seems like many are choosing to go to sleep?
So, now that I've come out here, I will actually respond to these posts that fascinate me so much, instead of reading, lurking, and wishing I had the
nerve to speak up.
Again, thanks so much for the welcome.