Fellow members of ATS, at this juncture in the course of my correspondence with this community, I have decided, possibly against my better judgment,
to reveal the truth about my personal history and how I came to acquire the information that I revealed in my previous two threads (found
Although doing so may pose a certain risk to myself, I have appealed to the justification that all struggles for freedom of any kind have involved
some kind of risk, and ultimately those risks have always proven to be worth it in the end.
That said, fasten your seat belts, because this is going to be quite the trip down the rabbit hole. For those of you who truly want to understand the
purpose for this life and the secrets of the unknown, this thread is for you.
Now then, before jumping right into my story it is necessary to introduce a little bit of nomenclature and some background regarding the ideas of
which I speak. What do I mean when I speak of “spiritual freedom”? I spoke much about the concept of the soul and the consciousness in my prior
threads, but allow me to present a quick refresher. Different civilizations and cultures throughout history have had different terminology to describe
the part of you that exists independent of the physical body. Some call it the spirit, some the soul, some call it “theta”, some call it the
center of awareness. The concept, not the terminology, is what is important, so I will simply use the terms “soul”, “spirit”, “center of
awareness”, and “consciousness” interchangeably. Whenever I use any of these words or phrases, I am speaking of the same thing.
The soul is you (you don’t have a soul, you are a soul), and it is because of your soul’s creative and perceptive power that you are able to
experience any kind of reality. Your ability to experience this particular physical reality is made possible by your soul’s perceptive
– its ability to receive and experience inputs given it via its connection to your brain. Your ability to exercise free will is made possible by
your soul’s creative
power – its ability to spontaneously create, ex nihilo
, a vibration of the physical plane’s fundamental
vibrational frequency at the smallest subatomic level somewhere in your brain that ultimately manifests as an electrical signal producing a physical
action by your body. Any time you consciously perform any kind of action, you are creating, spontaneously, a tiny amount of new
energy completely by your own free will. (The exact way in which this works has to do with something known as the Vacuum State, but keeping the
audience in mind, I won’t go into that level of depth.) Both the creative and perceptive power of your consciousness exists and is limited by only
the “knowledge” you have to create and perceive. This “knowledge” is simply your soul’s ability to “just know how to do” something, much
like a cartwheel or a dance move. You need not have an analytical understanding of all the physical and electrical interactions that go into you doing
a cartwheel, you “just do it” the way you “know how” and the physical underpinnings – the gravitational force and normal forces caused by
electrostatic interactions that produce the torques resulting in your angular displacement – these interactions work themselves out whether you
consciously think about them or not. Your ability to autonomously create something, then, has nothing to do with analytical knowledge; it has only to
do with, for lack of a better phrase, your will power.
What is “spiritual freedom”? It is the freedom you have to exercise your will and utilize the creative and perceptive power of your consciousness
as you desire, without limitation. Since your creative and perceptive abilities are limited only by your “knowledge” as described above, the only
way spiritual freedom can be restricted is by blocking or denying access to gaining this kind of knowledge. During our soul’s creation, and as we
developed a connection to a physical body at birth and even as we’ve continued to grow, we have been given and have learned the knowledge for how to
experience this physical reality in a very specific way, with very specific limitations. Our current condition is one of spiritual imprisonment in a
sense, because of our soul’s ability to perceive and interact with only this physical reality in this particular way. We’ve been made to believe
it’s all we can
do, and have become used to and dependent on this interaction alone. Spiritual liberation involves learning and acquiring the
ability to create and perceive beyond what we have been made to believe we can. This could include perceiving information that is not necessarily
restricted to that provided by the five senses, and could also include creative power to affect reality beyond that of your ability to make your
physical body move. The ultimate, complete form of spiritual freedom would of course be our ability to completely define our own reality as we desire.
But just as evolution is a gradual process that takes millions of years, so it is with spiritual evolution – we must take it one step at a time.
Spiritual evolution is the ultimate purpose for existence. The opposition by certain entities to true spiritual freedom is also the fundamental root
cause of all forms of oppression in the physical world. If you examine any type of oppressive or subversive act, and examine the root cause, then look
at the root cause of that, then look at the root cause of that, and so on and so forth, it will eventually lead to a root cause involving spiritual
repression. When certain physical freedoms are repressed, it is always a means to an end – the end always goes back to entities wanting to prevent
your spiritual liberation. Some might point to a profit motive for many injustices in the physical world, but what is the root cause of the profit
motive? Who or what created the mindset that permeates our culture that money, materialism, and power in this physical world are the things with which
we should preoccupy ourselves and fight over? Ultimately, those things keep our consciousness’s trapped here on this plane, and prevent us from
liberating ourselves spiritually.