posted on Aug, 19 2010 @ 05:12 PM
I am a “mutant" and a “survivor", if defined with fringe knowledge terminology, and always had problems integrating with western
society since I have use of reason.
A bit due to physical differences to what is considered the norm, but also because I always lacked a good social background into which integrate.
Meaning that around 75% of my life has been spent in an industrial slum of meat industry and that since early adolescence the only creed I saw as my
true way was Hinduism. I point this because this is not normal in the western world.
While was true that being rebel starting in puberty through middle adolescence, when I saw the world beyond the industrial district, it marked me for
later stealth mind conditioning; in late adolescence when I started living like a recluse dumping social contact for knowledge cultivation.
But this, the implanted thoughts of social conditionings, always instigated in my a search for healthier philosophies than the stupid stealth
conditionings of late adolescense: clean shave, hair cut and becoming just another salaried civil slave.
I never bought this, but became involved with Hinduism in different ways at eighteen years old, and at twenty-three I became officially a Hindu when I
my first tantric initiation in India.
What I want to point out, not to show-off nor anything is that active interest for getting rid of the sub-human misery and ignorance of social hive
minds and matrixes of control became a central endeavour after I lived the most important thing a human being can live, specially one with Hindu
idelogy: realizing liberation.
After liberation when I started knowing my own broadcasting telepathy and communal minds the throes from the social conditionings became more fierce
but it was still going on in a stealth manner... I couldn't blame no one for this, but it was getting out of my hands, like feeling my mind as my
After nirvikalpa samadhi (or illumination) I aqcuired some powers. This has made me live very weird supernatural experiences, especially with specters
of persons I knew died violently and UFOs, IFOs and assorted phenomena; but before the enlightenment I also had a couple of these.
So I gravitated more and more towards Hinduism until I could travel to India to get the initiation I wanted to have and could feel that I really
formed part of a culture which enabled me to cope with any mental abuse that I was continuing to feel.
Being marginal and socially dislocated as I am in the west I think this site is a very good place to find equals. I enjoyed a lot reading these forums
occasionaly for the last two-three years, when I begun studying UFO and “conspiracy theory" literature. I began to study this stuff in late 2007,
and so far I have read twelve books on alien/UFOs and general western paranormal/fringe literature.
I hope we all benefit from this hub of "mutant" knowledge...