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Random Snippets from the Noosphere...

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posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 01:31 AM
reply to post by Beyond Creation

Perhaps, the act of perceiving something to "not" make sense, as dependent upon the condition of something "making sense" before it can be accepted or understood - thus, the individual can create thier own perception and "make sense" out of even the most confusing concepts.

In other words, I guess, you can use your imagination to create a meaning that you find to be positive or beneficial, for even the most seemingly "wrong" concepts.

In doing so, there is no "right" or "wrong" - just words, and the meaning or "sense" that we ascribe to those words are entireley dependent upon the meaning that we choose to give them, as opposed to the meaning that we believe them to contain inherently.

I guess it is none of my business when other people make comments about me, I should see the positive aspect of it, or just ignore them entirely.
edit on 27-6-2011 by SystemResistor because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 05:40 PM
reply to post by SystemResistor

Highly incisive and excellently phrased post! Thank you for the fantastic contribution.

I will watch the video in a short while, and will come back with additional comments later on. Please stick around a while - I always enjoy reading your work, and do genuinely appreciate it. I trust you don't mind that I 'tagged you' as a Noonaut?


ETA - I haven't seen the video yet, but I read through the exchange between yourself and BeyondCreation, and I'll reserve judgement for now. However, I must say that I'm leaning towards complete agreement with BeyondCreation on the whole 'reality of duality' situation. I had a U2U from someone I hadn't previously been in contact with today - another synchronicity - and I'll be asking his permission to share some of the writings he linked me to. Permission from him to share, and from the mods to ensure no breach of the advertising t's and c's. His work is the most crystal clear reflection of my own philosophies that I've read from the mind of someone other than myself! Hope that makes sense - I may reword it in a moment; off to do some chores...

edit on 28-6-2011 by FlyInTheOintment because: as per ETA

posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 05:57 PM
reply to post by SystemResistor

A quick thought, or rather an opinion. I believe that natural law, or absolute morality, does indeed exist. Consciousness is the stuff that supports and reflects itself within the Universe (that started as a mis-meme but seems kind of accurate in terms of what I believe the role of consciousness to be). Conscience is inherent and latent in all Humans (off/in-world races are included) and is the manifestation of the mind of God, imho.

I'll link some thoughts about absolute morality soon, from a man much better qualified than myself to discuss the matter...

Realised we're a bit off-topic now, will bring it back on track shortly.

posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 07:46 PM
reply to post by FlyInTheOintment

Yes, there is a kind of "unity factor" that exists - that is, every action that we take has an "opposite" side, and it is only when the two pairs of "opposites" (positive negative - negative positive / negative positive - positive negative) are in alignment that an action nullifies itself in terms of "consequence" - any action that is out of "equilibrium" will have an "other side" that will have to express itself given the nearest opportunity.

The "equilibrium" is based upon what I call the "rule of double standards" - basically, all actions that align with what one would accept to occur to oneself are balanced, and any residual energy that the individual expresses but is unable to accept returned, is expressed as a "regressive consequence" that will generate a negative reaction.

For example, the idea is that the universe is inherrently "unbalanced" however there is a set of consequences, both negative, (that disturb prior unities) and positive, (that generate new equilibriums) and a state of being that exists as the "core strand" in a state of perfect unity.

The "positive consequences" are born of actions that have results that are "unknown" to the individual, for example, when a creature learns how to make fire, it is a pure accident, and it is from these actions that creativity and "positivity" develops.

The "negative consequences" are born of actions that are based upon expectations of the past, therefore, in order to remain at the "forefront" of reality, expectations based on prior events have to be eliminated from our consciousness, although lessons learnt form the basis of our survival, being conscious of "what was" will create "karma" as most of all "karmic issues" such as desire and cruelty, are based upon a means of creating an expectation and a reliable means to attain it, and also fear of certain results given certain expectations.

In terms of morals and established laws, we can see that there exists a realm of "what was" being the foundation for creating "what is" and as long as "what is" is not regressive, then it cannot challenge the old-equilibrium points, and thus, will not generate any negativity - essentially, the stability that the universe has exists on a fine thread, and structures that are integrated with unity must always be self-referential, and thus must exist permanantly, with any disturbance to them generating a "resonance" that creates negative consequences when the alignment of the system is challenged, and conversely, a positive action from the "unknown" will create a harmonious resonance that generates new forms and structures.

Perhaps, to visualise what I mean, you can imagine a kind of "null zone" and a spontaneous fractal that emerges from it, solidifying on the "other side" as reality as we know it, with a continuous stream of creation generating new existences, occasionally witnessing the birth of new "unity points" or "free agents" that experiment with existing reality and eventually are able to trigger a creative expansion of thier own.
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posted on Jul, 1 2011 @ 01:32 PM
reply to post by FlyInTheOintment

Hey, Fly and Noonauts. Sorry I'm late.

It took me a while to realize what to post here. I have a dream from many years ago that has stuck with me more than maybe any other dream in remembrance.

I was a medic in the Infantry. One morning we all piled in to trucks to go for a field exercise. I found a place to sleep under the bench seat all the way in the back. I used my kevlar helmet for a pillow. I fell asleep right away.

When I realized I was dreaming I was approaching what looked like a small Grecian temple. I was flying through the air and clouds. The little temple had four 'Grecian' columns supported by a simple slab base and supporting a simple slab 'roof'.

As I approached through the air I realized a guy in a white robe was waiting for me there. I 'landed' and he hailed me wordlessly. He looked like what we might think Plato looked like; grey beard, old and wizened. Very scolarly and 'Greek'.

Right away, without talking, he began to show me things. He was trying to show me something in between the columns as though the space between them were a viewing screen. First he showed me nothing. Just air and clouds. It seemed to be understood that somehow my eyes were not seeing what was there. But that was OK. He just moved me to the next one.

The next 'screen' immediately displayed this huge, churning whirlpool of glaring rainbow colours and as they churned they made this incredible rhythmic grinding and churning sound. I was mesmerized and seemed to be connected to the churning rainbows by some electrical current.

Then something changed and as I was being sucked away from the scene (going backwards right along the same 'path' I got there by).
As I was being pulled away the last thing I saw I will never forget. 'Plato' had the most bemused look of disappointment on his face as if to say.'Hey, you just got here, you have no idea what it took to get you here, ah well, goodbye; until later'.
And I awoke to realize that the grinding was the rhythmic thrumming of the deuce-and-a-half's transmission and we had arrived at where we were going to.

I will never forget that one. Especially the look on the guy's face.

posted on Jul, 2 2011 @ 07:41 PM
Greetings and salutations Knights of the Noosphere.

I been taking a breather for a few weeks. I am on vacation now in an undisclosed location, maybe it will be disclosed soon enough.

I wanted to share one with you all that happened during the fear thread.

If you remember my "call" I made in that thread, well the first time I tried it, I was a wee bit drunk and not in a good frame of mind, maybe even a little upset over all the unanswered questions I was having at the time. (Im not an alcoholic) Did not work. Or did it?

That night I had a dream. Dreams can be cooky mind you.

Well in the dream after the failed attempt, I was working a legitimate job in the dream. Myself and three others in the dream were drinking and smoking during work ( really it was at night, maybe we were on the road or something for work?). We'll the "boss" was none other than Mr. Spiderman, Tobey Maguire.

He was pissed that we were drinking and intoxicated during "WORK" (read between the lines here). He wanted to drug "TEST" us. I got mad in the dream and pushed him. In a flash millionth of a second, he swung at me only to stop millimeters from my face. He had the look in the eye that I could tell could be deadly. He meant business. It was a warning. He would have killed me with that punch.

I awoke right then (5:30am) and realized that the attempt I made to find answers the night before would never work because of my anger and plain senselessness.

I went back at 5:40am and did it again. This is what was posted in the fear thread with the rainbow cell phone and the Planetary alignment.

Well friends, I got immediate response of the signs for the questions I asked. I am still getting them today, almost daily.

The story for me, has taken a turn, all good I might add. Perhaps I will share one day. I think you all will pretty much be flabbergasted.

Ahh Vacation...Anybody like Country Music and JD?

edit on 2-7-2011 by timewalker because: (no reason given)

posted on Jul, 2 2011 @ 08:38 PM
reply to post by timewalker

Loving the comments here TW - I'd like to be able to spend the time to respond in depth, but its late and I'm shattered! Will come back to this in the morning..

Also Frater - excellent dreamwork mate! It resonates with a dream I experienced recently, and i will tell all later.

Best to all contributers, and special greetings (secret web-shake) to the Knights of the 1st Order of the Goldfish...


*(... and yes, we will, don't you worry!!!!)

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