Epiphany ...
11-21-2009, 02:25 AM, (This post was last modified: 11-21-2009, 06:28 PM by MistaG.)
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I want to be very clear that I used to think newage websites like this were a waste of time. Then during July / August of this year I had what can only be described as a spiritual epiphany.

An epiphany in the sense that my rational mind now completely grasps how and why a "consciousness" shift is likely going to happen in the not too distant future. Spiritual in that this deeply profound experience made me realize I was wrong for coming to a dogmatic conclusion about the merits of metaphysical studies / beliefs.

I now look at the world in a way that's no longer materialistic / self-oriented.

All of this happened while thinking about scarcity in a manner similar to Descartes style of meditations. During this it occurred to me exactly what scarcity was and how it represented a time-line. After realizing this and where we were on the graph I experienced visions of the like I can't even hope to put to words. It was so overwhelming that I spent most of August in and out of sleep.

During this my heart literally (not figuratively) burned with a sort-of heat that goes beyond caring or pain for those dearest to me -- it was a sensation of love without restriction or end. The best I can hope to describe this is to say that it literally felt as though there was ignition of some sort in my chest. It was like experiencing Pachelbel's Canon in D major in every fiber of my being. From this aspects of my imagination started to spark-up.

One realization that occurred out-of-the-blue, which baffled me as I'm not religious, was that a particular section of The Passion of the Christ perfectly matched the lyrics of Pearl Jam's new song Just Breathe. This struck me as particularly strange when I considered that Eddie Vedder is a self-avowed atheist. I was so shocked at how well the scene naturally fit the song I made a music-video out of it and posted it to Youtube. There was a certain amount of catharsis in doing this as it nailed exactly how I was feeling at my core beingness. Though simultaneously I couldn't help but look at it a bit askance, wondering why or how these thoughts were occurring to me.

It's truly amazing to think this all started with the simple thought, "What is the nature of scarcity?" At first I thought I wouldn't have the ability to fully express the realization, but luckily after a month of trying to refine the conception of what had gone through my head I was able to explain the entire revelation in a completely objective and rational manner.

Scarcity - A New Theory of Everything

After further research I now realize the full extents of the idea, which I've neglected to elaborate on in the above thread, if only so as to not appear crazy.

I'm a wanderer. I still have a somewhat hard time accepting this, but the sheer amount of evidence does seem to suggest this is actually the case.

I kept envisioning notions of types of dimensionality through mathematical / geometrical representation. Then just a few days ago a person anonymously emailed me pointing me to look at David Wilcock's work. I admit I was a bit suspicious at first, but when David started to talk about "The Law of One," describing exactly what I had seen in dreams / visions / sensations, I had no choice but to suspend disbelief. What's written in the "Law of One" is also a direct 1 for 1 match with what I had come to understand about scarcity and it's relation to creation mythos.

If I were to go in to all the synchronicities and other oddities I'd probably be labeled a crazy person, but I'm more certain of the upcoming change that's upon this planet than anything I've ever felt before in my life.

The world is changing and it's becoming:
  • End Self
  • Peak Group
  • Beginning Choice

Hopefully as a science-type I can spend what time's left trying to formalize the math of all this and put together a rational argument to make it easier for those of us who are left-brained to grasp what's on the horizon.
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11-21-2009, 03:21 AM, (This post was last modified: 11-21-2009, 03:25 AM by Peregrinus.)
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RE: Epiphany ...
Welcome to our insane sanity. Drawn like moths to the light we find our way here. Welcome MistaG. I also do not talk of this to many people, because if they aren't a wanderer, they know not of what we understand at the core of our being.

Know that it is not our place to wake those up that sleep. If they wish to wake, or it is their time, they will. If not, they will continue to sleep.
I would request for all of those reading my words, please guard well your thoughts. If my words resonate, then by all means take them and use them as you can. If they do not resonate, please let them fall away like water does from a ducks back, and move on. Love/Light, Adonai.
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11-21-2009, 04:24 AM, (This post was last modified: 11-21-2009, 04:40 AM by MistaG.)
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Thanks for the warm-greeting. Though I'm not sure if I'm happy with this "insane sanity." I've found the only way I've, thus far, been able to effectively impart these ideas is to internalize the "math" and then break it down in to some form of parable as understood by the persons background. It's frustrating that it distorts the pure message, but any form of communication is better than none at all.

As to your second point ...

Pummeling people over the head with information they wouldn't naturally and readily accept is an exercise in futility. I do however feel it necessary to share some of these more incredible ideas about math, economics, morality, philosophy, cosmology, and theological / eschatological notions with those who are willing to listen. If the data is accepted in a peer-reviewed manner it wouldn't be me spreading the word but rather those in academia who co-opt the ideas in to the larger body of scientific-wisdom.

It's often through new knowledge / insight that people better differentiate between choosing the high or the low road. Anything that ameliorates the degree of insanity seen in the world at present can only improve things.
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11-21-2009, 09:01 AM,
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(11-21-2009, 04:24 AM)MistaG Wrote:  Pummeling people over the head with information they wouldn't naturally and readily accept is an exercise in futility. I do however feel it necessary to share some of these more incredible ideas about math, economics, morality, philosophy, cosmology, and theological / eschatological notions with those who are willing to listen. If the data is accepted in a peer-reviewed manner it wouldn't be me spreading the word but rather those in academia who co-opt the ideas in to the larger body of scientific-wisdom.

It's often through new knowledge / insight that people better differentiate between choosing the high or the low road. Anything that ameliorates the degree of insanity seen in the world at present can only improve things.


I am in agreement with you MistaG... As pioneers it is our job to hold open the door to the door WAY that we have gone through for all that wish to got through. If we get asked questions at the door... I answer them and I post information and antedotal stories elsewhere to assist others in their shifting.

I know when I wake up in the morning I've got sleep in my eyes---

Welcome to the forum!

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11-21-2009, 03:22 PM,
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Epiphany of science, too !
Hi, high-spirit persons !

If you want to see "where" the previously "normal" science is going?,
buy/borrow/rent the 3 DVD kit linked to, by my signature's first line.

It is VERY fun science, and full of very good news !

Blue skies.
Enjoy http://www.whatthebleep.com
It got me to "The Ra material" and in here !
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11-21-2009, 05:27 PM,
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Hi, MistaG! Welcome to the forum!

I can certainly resonate with the "chest ignition." When I opened my heart chakra I was amazed at how the sheer force of the love could literally, physically be *felt*. Sometimes it is almost painful, it is so overwhelming. I find myself bursting into tears at random because it all wells up on me.

I tend to say that things like the Law of One aren't really found by people, it finds them. I’ve heard of so many stories (mine and yours included) where a freak chance led someone to LOO and/or other enlightening kernels of spiritual awesomeness. It tends to come and bonk you on the head once you’ve realized nothing else out there is really going to work. The universe says “Hey! Glad you came around! Here you go…Welcome to the party!”

Hope we can all support each other in our wanderings!

Love and Light,
Lynn[/i][/align]
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11-21-2009, 06:11 PM,
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Hello MistaG. Sounds like you losened a major energy center blockage... I appreciate your presence here that increases the planetary vibration.
L/L
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12-15-2009, 12:37 AM,
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Hey MistaG, I know what you mean about what you felt with your heart. I felt it too, and thought I was having heart problems at first. It's an amazing feeling when your heart chakra truly opens.

I saw Pearl Jam in concert in 1992, and it was an amazing show. I've always felt a connection to their music. Great song. Thanks for sharing!
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12-16-2009, 03:31 PM,
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Welcome! Gotta love that heart chakra! It's especially awesome when I combine playing with the energy and a particularly inspirational or uplifting song, lighting up every fiber of my being. I've been trying to maintain a high level of that love energy throughout the day, instead of just during certain moments. I'm hoping that incorporating the energy consistently will bring good things.
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12-19-2009, 11:17 AM,
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(12-16-2009, 03:31 PM)creationist Wrote:  Welcome! Gotta love that heart chakra! It's especially awesome when I combine playing with the energy and a particularly inspirational or uplifting song, lighting up every fiber of my being. I've been trying to maintain a high level of that love energy throughout the day, instead of just during certain moments. I'm hoping that incorporating the energy consistently will bring good things.

I remember when I would be just present when meditating... then it expanded to just present when doing anything by myself... then just joyous and loving when meditating... then just joyous and loving when doing anything by myself... Then I remember the first day I stayed present through my entire workday. Just a few days ago I was effortlessly joyous and loving through my entire workday.

"Where does joy come from?" or "Where does love come from?" This is a question that I meditate on a lot... Find that energy that flows from you. Smile
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12-20-2009, 01:20 PM,
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(12-19-2009, 11:17 AM)Aaron Wrote:  
(12-16-2009, 03:31 PM)creationist Wrote:  Welcome! Gotta love that heart chakra! It's especially awesome when I combine playing with the energy and a particularly inspirational or uplifting song, lighting up every fiber of my being. I've been trying to maintain a high level of that love energy throughout the day, instead of just during certain moments. I'm hoping that incorporating the energy consistently will bring good things.

I remember when I would be just present when meditating... then it expanded to just present when doing anything by myself... then just joyous and loving when meditating... then just joyous and loving when doing anything by myself... Then I remember the first day I stayed present through my entire workday. Just a few days ago I was effortlessly joyous and loving through my entire workday.

"Where does joy come from?" or "Where does love come from?" This is a question that I meditate on a lot... Find that energy that flows from you. Smile

I have experienced floaty feelings of love, detachment and well-being for long periods of time, except that present conditions needed me to refocus and deal with the negativity that's present or upcoming. Of course I have debated whether it would be more fruitful to stay at a higher vibration or having to lower my vibration to deal with negativity through possible negativity myself.
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12-21-2009, 01:32 AM,
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creationist Wrote:I have experienced floaty feelings of love, detachment and well-being for long periods of time, except that present conditions needed me to refocus and deal with the negativity that's present or upcoming. Of course I have debated whether it would be more fruitful to stay at a higher vibration or having to lower my vibration to deal with negativity through possible negativity myself.

I have found that very slowly and with strong determination and persistence, you can keep your "vibrations high" more and more often. Once you know how, you have the choice in every moment to change your level of consciousness and deal with the negativity either positively or negatively. Do whatever feels natural for you. Smile One thing I think I've discovered in the past few days is, you are always just where you need to be. Keep raising those vibrations until you find that the highest vibrations are naturally coming from you in all moments of catalyst...
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12-21-2009, 10:04 AM,
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(12-21-2009, 01:32 AM)Aaron Wrote:  I have found that very slowly and with strong determination and persistence, you can keep your "vibrations high" more and more often. Once you know how, you have the choice in every moment to change your level of consciousness and deal with the negativity either positively or negatively. Do whatever feels natural for you. Smile One thing I think I've discovered in the past few days is, you are always just where you need to be. Keep raising those vibrations until you find that the highest vibrations are naturally coming from you in all moments of catalyst...

yes I really need to keep that in mind for the past few days. I prefer to do everything according to positive vibrations in daily life, but sometimes it's just not feasible and might even cause alienation. While I am able to better clear my mind when I'm alone, sometimes the negativity from negative groups of people drains me. Though I am better able to recognize certain temptations now which lead to negativity!
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12-25-2009, 12:53 AM, (This post was last modified: 12-28-2009, 03:27 AM by MistaG.)
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Hey gang, wanted to thank everyone for the nice comments and wish everyone a happy holiday! I have to admit now that this "universal love" has come over me my heart (again literally not figuratively) feels "ablaze" almost constantly. It's fascinating because in the past I would have assumed it was representative of a medical condition, but since I have a degree of control over it with my conscious mind I know it's something different. As a left-brained, skeptical engineer who used to think all spirituality was complete bunk, this is all just very ... strange.

Also I recently somewhat confirmed for myself, well as best as I can anyways, that I was previously 5th density and I think it has something to do with "Hamesh?" Not sure if that means anything to anyone here, but figured I'd float it out there.

Never heard the word before in my life until it was said to me in a dream (forcefully I might add, even told me to get up and then kept repeating it until I did). After doing a bit of research I found it represents a rather old tradition embodied by a pendant of a hand /w two thumbs that's supposed to symbolize the "Hand of God."

In the Arabic tradition it's called the Hamsa hand and literally means 5. Interestingly enough well before that dream I kept getting the distinct impression 5 was important. Particularly its usage in the golden ratio, (1 + sqrt(5) / 2), and similarly Torricelli's (a.k.a. Gabriel's) trumpet. As this occurred to me I kept thinking to myself, "5 represents wisdom" well before I knew anything about the LOO (as Ra notes in book 1, pg 160), chakras, or anything else mystical. I even developed a synesthetic feeling towards the number 5. So much so that now when I see 5 it occurs to me as deeply representative of blue-white where the white is a subtle tinge interacting with the blue. And what'a ya know the Hamsa hand pendants commonly uses blue beads or stones to adorn the pendant particularly for the eye in the center!

Another interesting fact according to this site, "There is good archaeological evidence to suggest that the downward-pointing protective hamesh / hamsa hand predates both Judaism and Islam and that it refers to an ancient Middle Eastern goddess whose hand (or vulva, in other images) wards off the evil eye."

Maybe I was a part of something called Hamesh? Either way of all the pendants I've looked at that represent this thing, this is the one that seems to call to me the most:

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I'd love it if someone else knew something more about this.

Anyways, happy holidays!
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02-10-2010, 02:50 PM,
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We've shared discussions before on this site, but I seem to have missed your original greeting. Thanks again for joining us.

I wonder if you might consider getting a free blog, such as at wordpress.com or blogger.com, where you could write at great length about all aspects of your integrating theories. You could, if you like, accept comments that go into a moderation queue for your review, enabling a two-way dialog while minimizing spam.

I also wonder if Ken Wilber's Integral Institute, and other Integral offshoots of his work, might be a place where people would avidly join your explorations of the theoretical frameworks underlying this unique transition time in which we live.
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02-10-2010, 07:15 PM,
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MistaG--
We are endowed, by our Creator, with the ability to Manifest. Abundance is our birthright. Scarcity is artificial, imposed upon us by some on the Negative path.

I can attest, that once we realize that we create our own reality, we may manifest abundance, scarcity, happiness, melancholy, or any other condition, as we wish.

Welcome. You belong here. I hope that you will join us at Homecoming.
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02-17-2010, 05:19 PM,
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Regarding the hamsa hand, here's a little info from

http://www.jewishgiftplace.com/Hamsa-Hand-Symbology.html

Hamsa Hand Symbology

The word “hamsa” or “hamesh” means five. There are five digits on the hamsa hand, but the number five has additional symbolic meaning in the Jewish and Islamic traditions. Five (hamesh in Hebrew) represents the five books of the Torah for Jews. It also symbolizes the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, "Heh", which represents one of God’s holy names. It symbolizes the Five Pillars of Islam for Sunnis, and the Five People of the Cloak for Shi'ites.

In the Jewish religion, the Jewish hamsa hand also symbolizes the Hand of God. Many Jews believe the hamsa pendant symbolizes the Hand of Miriam, the sister of Moses and Aaron. In the Islamic faith, the hamsa hand symbolizes The Hand of Fatima, daughter of the Prophet Mohammed.

Many Jews believe that the five fingers of the hamsa hand remind its wearer to use their five senses to praise God. Hamsa hands often contain an eye symbol, which is a powerful talisman against the evil eye. It is most often worn as a hamsa necklace, but can be found as a decorative element in houses, on key chains, on other jewelry items, and is quickly gaining popularity as an amulet in baby carriages. In addition to averting the gaze of the evil eye, it brings its wearer or owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.


And a little hamsa prayer.

A Hamsa Prayer

Let no sadness come through this gate,
Let no trouble come to these walls,
Let no conflict be in this place,
Let this home be filled with the blessing of joy and peace.


Also, the symbol in the circle near the top is a Jewish chai, which means life.

Predating monotheism, the hamsa represented the goddess Tanit, the supreme deity of Carthage.

Hope this helps.
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