Sept. 28, 2021
This blog was started twelve years ago today – first as the 2012 Scenario and next as the Golden Age of Gaia.
All this time it has survived by your generosity alone – no ads, no prices for books. We bow in gratitude to you.
The blog began out of the inner turmoil caused by watching In Plane Site in 2007. After retiring from government service, being released from my obligations, and seeing that 9/11 was an inside job, I was devastated.
Now here we are today with the powers behind 9/11 and every other false-flag incident we know of being brought to justice.
Outside all is turmoil and inside all is turmoil. I don’t think they’re entirely unrelated. I think we’ll look back later and see a pattern to it all.
All is turmoil inside for me because of the incredible disruption losing my computer has brought about.
Get new driver’s license, replace all manner of cards, change three pages worth of passwords. Big Concern: Consider what to do in case of identity theft. Although I don’t think Michael would allow that. But it’s enough to get me writing on the pitfalls ahead of us.
What I want to convey is the tremendous sense of loss and failure I feel. This was a blow to my confidence and pride. I must have needed it. Or it served a larger purpose.
This being an Ascension ethnography, it makes sense to be discussing a matter like this. We want to emerge from our denseness if we’re interested in ascension.
In my view, ascension is an emergence from denseness. So let’s discuss denseness as well as bliss, the heavenly clouds as well as the mud baths.
In the face of so much business being generated by the theft, I feel almost overwhelmed. (1) I realize that loss may be something a lot of us feel in the time ahead.
I densify under these circumstances. I get groggy, lethargic. I slow down. I forget what it was I was doing.
When I have this many things to attend to, I have to write them down rather than carry them around in my head. If I don’t, I practically become a sleepwalker. Hindus would call this the guna or cosmic force of thamas (lethargy).
Even though I’ve processed the vasana(s), it doesn’t mean I can necessarily handle the workload generated. And I’m finding it a struggle.
Of course while in the company of others I mask all this. I present the best face possible. I project a false front. Well, I exaggerate a little. But you’re seeing behind the mask.
I don’t think it’s a coincidence that this is happening. Michael could have intervened. But what better way to stimulate discussion of “emergency preparedness” measures?
We’re in the Accountability phase of Ascension and the waters are rough. I think we need every tool and instrument we can find to get us through the choppy seas ahead.
Escaping from the career- and relationship-crippling effects of our upsets, core issues, or vasanas, I think, is not simply a desirable tool for the time ahead; in my opinion, it’s essential.
(1) Don’t forget that I’m by temperament a monk, if an urban one, and not used to the scale of activity that many others might be. Although I can imagine other people being even more affected than I too.