Saturday, June 13, 2015

The Busted Rhapsody of What is and What is Not.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

I love things like this (sent in by one of our regulars).

Sometimes it is hard to see how far out of wack it has all gotten in the general sense. Regardless of how long life seems to be sometimes, the usual human life is very short, relatively speaking. Because of this it is hard to gain a true perspective on the long term trend of existence from say... what we don't even have a record of, to where we find ourselves today and this is further complicated because the vast majority of us have little desire to 'find ourselves' and that is why so many of us are so hopelessly (seemingly) lost. What we know about where we came from, according to the totally fabricated historical record, is... very little. We are told that we slowly evolved to our present state from brutish origins. We get a lot of bunk about cavemen and dinosaurs... cro magnon, Neanderthal... fragments of bones from a million years ago that are supposed to tell us something but... we don't know anything.

There's the mainstream historical and evolutionary record, which is put together by a particular strain of scientists, who come to conclusions that are given to them by the people paying them to arrive at the results they arrive at. Anyone outside the box is marginalized or censured in various ways, for the same reasons that people like Tesla and others ran into what they ran into on the technology end and for the same reason that The Bible has been run through the same kind of meat grinder that makes McDonald's hamburgers and then gets reconstituted into a liturgy of lies, to serve the interests of whoever it is that profits from the deceptions that are programmed as truth into the minds of the true believers.

It is safe to say that nothing is real. It's all a put-up job. We have what is permitted to be believed and we have all that other evidence of visitors from outer space- unusual remnants of unusual civilizations and relics, representative of technologies not possible today and so on.

On the one hand are the paid scientists; religious leaders, political hacks, other academic Step 'n Fetchits, entertainment clowns, with flashing teeth and psychopathic eyes, musical drone delivery systems, corporation heavies with nothing but profit motive in panorama view, social reformers with bad sexual behavior and motive, fashion Nazis who celebrate difference while manifesting a wide conformity, teachers who go by the book, which books are written by other paid assembly line droids, a general public that has no problem with hinges on the top of their skulls and who only want to see if they can beat the masturbating monkey in the science trials and a lot more that is some version or variation upon themes already named.

On the other hand we have the renegades and rebels who do not buy into the brainwashing matrix of the close order drill society. We have the sages, mystics, bonafide teachers, true inspired artists and dreamers. We have those considered to be criminals and misfits because they won't French kiss the anal ring of the overlords. We have those who have fallen off, or been pushed off the boat because they won't toast the captain who is sailing the vehicle toward the rocky shoals of disaster and also those who are simply incompetent and they are some form of chaff, acting their part under the Lords of Karma and whatever else I left out that doesn't fit into the program of knock-kneed programming that confers fluffer status on one and all.

Is it sane to go by the pronouncements of gilded lilies in ridiculous finery and stupid hats who tell you what god wants and expects of you, while they bugger each other (and anyone in reach) senseless? Is it sane to adhere to the rules and regulations of the elite controllers who are not subject to the same rules and regulations? Is it sane to willingly poison yourself because some Gleem smiling android told you that this is what you should eat and drink? Is it sane to seek to integrate with what is insane? Is it sane to immerse yourself in and appreciate a culture that is an absolute embarrassment to your humanity? Is it sane to ape the styles and moves of those damned to perdition for their perfidy, arrived at by selling their asses for personal gain and advancement to the top of a flyblown shitheap? Are you... out of your fucking mind?

We live in a material world but some of us are having a spiritual experience. We are either sitting on the lily pad or we are in the murk below it. We are either in the shit or not part of it. Life does not have to be a constant struggle. It is a constant struggle because you are constantly struggling. You are either driving or being driven. One is an expression of the hand of the divine, unhindered by your interference. The other is the hand of the devil. Yes... sometimes struggle is unavoidable for any number of reasons but... are they good reasons? Ah. Yes, life is a myriad of contradictions, all around us and here at this blog as well. It is impossible to speak at ANY length without contradictions and that might be why the wise often do not speak or speak little. Are you stoned or stupid? There IS a difference between being stoned and high. We recommend here that everyone consider the possibilities of this.

What catches your eye? What attracts you and... why? Of course, these are all considerations that are treated with in the process of elementary self inquiry but self inquiry is not represented by a lot of apps here, nor is it generally an indulged in process by those so terribly distracted by the world around them. Yet... how can you experience anything in the proper way if you do not know the knower? How can you think and be and act if you do not know who is doing the thinking, who is being and who is the actor? This should be a no brainer but it is not for those with no brains. Let us rather say, for those who are not in at some level of control over what takes place there. You are independent, or you are not. You are objective or subjective or... possibly completely immersed at a level outside of either, though that state may have the appearance of one or the other.

Those who think they are running things think you are stupid. The truth or fallacy of that is demonstrated in how successful they are at what they do. Look around.

Much of the reason that so many people are so completely captivated by the appearances that surround them, besides the fact that all of their desires (so far as they know what those are) are experienced or satisfied there. Outside of this environment of sensation engagement lies the UNKNOWN. For most, the unknown is a scary thing. Anything could be lurking there and the unknown is not just outside of them but very much inside of them as well and so they don't go there. For those with little or no control over their minds and imagination, the unknown can be very freaky because it can take any shape and often the shape it takes is determined by your fears.

There are systems that train and teach you how to take command of yourself and we speak of them here and they are spoken of in other places and they are to be found in traditions that have been around a long time and that is why it is called, “ageless wisdom”. Of how much use is ageless wisdom if you do not seek it? Within us is a deep pool of memory but few of us are able to access it. Everything we could ever need to know is located there. One comes into contact with it through certain disciplines. Certainly meditation would be one of them.

How do I manage or seek to manage my life? Do I rely on my own resources and the powers of my personal self in order to effect this? I do not have the skills, though there are many among us who think they do. I rely on one who has already gone before me and achieved all there is to achieve on this course. I defer to that which is wiser than me and there is a good chance it always will be. How do I go about this? I seek it out. I ask after it. I endeavor to communicate with it. I may refer to it here as it but the form taken can be various. Put the face of the kind most dear to you upon it and it will become that. Make inconsistent efforts and you will meet with mixed results. Give it your all and you will encounter it all, insofar as that applies to your presently limited capacity.

We'd like to say a great deal more here but unfortunately it cannot be stated in this medium but... it is vibrating eternally upon the ether. Dial in.

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long john said...

"There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea. Men will faint from terror, apprehensive of what is coming on the world, for the heavenly bodies will be shaken. At that time they will see the Son of Man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. When these things begin to take place, stand up and lift your heads, because your redemption is drawing near."

Luke 21: 25-28

Ray B. said...

Vis, this is one of the best Columns that I have seen here. Lots of deep truths in Mark Twain-style, and without jargon or dogma. Even subtle and witty! Thanks.

(I thought about adding to your blend, but I just cannot. Congratulations!)

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Anonymous said...

Part 1 -

I caught something about the Black Panthers in an earlier post somewhere around here, which is why I am posting this.

It always stuns me that most people are so abysmally ignorant about race, especially when it comes to American history, and violent crime, and the mindset of politicians (including Abe Lincoln) during the days leading up to the Emancipation Proclamation.

If you asked the average American (even the most liberal, and/or educated, and/or allegedly open-minded) the following True/False questions, the vast majority would get the answers wrong.

Question 1) Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves because he intended to return blacks to their homeland (Africa), or to some other climatologically suitable, similar, foreign locale, the land of which would be purchased with U.S. government money.

(The overwhelming majority of the American population would answer "False" to this one. The correct answer is "True". Even most black leaders of the time, wanted their brethren to return to Africa - as did most black people. If you were abducted from America, and forced to live in China, where would you want to live? Fortunately for the mind-fuckers, most people never stop to think those kinds of things through.)

Here's an Abe Lincoln quote that you probably never read in history class (just one of many, which can be found at an upcoming link) -

"But what shall we do with the negroes after they are free? I can hardly believe that the South and North can live in peace, unless we can get rid of the negroes ... I believe that it would be better to export them all to some fertile country with a good climate, which they could have to themselves. If these black soldiers of ours go back to the South, I am afraid that they will be but little better off with their masters than they were before, and yet they will be free men. I fear a race war, and it will be at least a guerilla war because we have taught these men how to fight ... There are plenty of men in the North who will furnish the negroes with arms if there is any oppression of them by their late masters." - Abraham Lincoln, during a meeting with General Benjamin F. Butler, April, 1865, a short time before his death

You can find out more about the startling truth about Lincoln, and his true mindset regarding blacks, as well as the mindset of many prominent figures of the time, at the link below -

Anonymous said...

Part 2 -

Question 2) White people in America commit far more racial and/or violent crimes against black people, than the reverse.

(The majority of the American population would answer "True" to this one as well. The correct answer is "False".)

As of 1993, despite making up only 12.5% of the U.S. population, blacks committed more than 50 times the number of violent racial crimes against whites, than the reverse. Between 1964 and 1994, 45,000 white Americans were murdered by black assailants. Compare this to the 58,000 Americans (of all races) killed in the Vietnam War, or the 34,000 Americans (of all races) killed in the Korean War. And with the media fanning the race-baiting flames at a breakneck pace these days (which is part of a much more sinister agenda here, an agenda that Lincoln knew about when he made the prescient quote above), it's only gotten worse since 1994.

You can find out more about the actual statistics involving racial crime in America right here (as of 1993-1994) -

If you take the time to absorb the information found at the two links above, you just might start to realize that the prediction Lincoln made, in the quote above, has indeed come true - but in ways he never dreamed. And on a scale he never imagined; a scale that the average "seeker of truth", or "open-minded person" has no clue about. And if you do take the time to absorb the information at those two links, you might just start to realize that it's all part of an insidious, covert, cleverly concealed agenda, pushed by the Satanists who have run the show since before Lincoln's time.

missingarib said...

Vis,Shaw seconds your observations when he asserts that:" We are made wise not by the recollection of our past, but by the responsibility for our future."
George Bernard Shaw

Thus when we contemplate the future that may be envisioned by "the mainstream historical and evolutionary record, which is put together by a particular strain of scientists, who come to conclusions that are given to them by the people paying them to arrive at the results they arrive at." one may but fear the worst.

The observation of shaw that: "An asylum for the sane would be empty in America."
George Bernard Shaw

So,"Those who think they are running things think you are stupid. The truth or fallacy of that is demonstrated in how successful they are at what they do. Look around."

When the general populations believes that so and so candidate has their best interest in mind, don't have the faintest clue what they are seeing. The circus comes to town every four years and a new ringleader is selected that represents the notion that
"Kings(presidents) are not born: they are made by artificial hallucination."
George Bernard Shaw

How blessed we are that we have "the renegades and rebels who do not buy into the brainwashing matrix of the close order drill society. We have the sages, mystics, bonafide teachers, true inspired artists and dreamers." Whence did the wond'rous mystic art arise, / Of painting SPEECH, and speaking to the eyes? / That we by tracing magic lines are taught, / How to embody, and to colour THOUGHT?”
― Marshall McLuhan,

live long

Visible said...

I've always liked Shaw. He was a vegetarian in an age not so disposed and lived to be at least 90 years old. He was also quite cynically acerbic and am I on occasion.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Vis...


Anonymous said...

Living Graves

We are the living graves of murdered beasts,
Slaughtered to satisfy our appetites.
We never pause to wonder at our feasts,
If animals, like men, can possibly have rights.
We pray on Sundays that we may have light,
To guide our footsteps on the path we tread.
We're sick of war, we do not want to fight -
The thought of it now fills our hearts with dread,
And yet - we gorge ourselves upon the dead.
Like carrion crows we live and feed on meat,
Regardless of the suffering and the pain
we cause by doing so, if thus we treat
defenceless animals for sport or gain,
how can we hope in this world to attain,
the PEACE we say we are so anxious for.
We pray for it o'er hecatombs of slain,
to God, while outraging the moral law,
thus cruelty begets its offspring - WAR.

Anonymous said...

Back to Africa

No one remembers old Marcus Garvey

No one remembers old Marcus Garvey

Black Starliner.

Great post Visible.

Jenny said...

Vis- As always a wonderful post and comments as well. It is a rainy Saturday morning and reading this reminds me that even though I long for the sun (as the bees do) I must rejoice even in the rain. Learning and absorbing the wisdom here is a gift from the ineffable.
I had a long hard work week and was scheduled today too but the rain gives me time to work at home here on bee frames & hive construction. Later on when the rain breaks I can get out for a walk to my nearby sandpit lakes... where I trade honey for fishing rights & visits to a little slice of heaven close by home.
Listening to the background noise this morning I hear about an armored van full of militants that drove by the Dallas p.d. and shot it up...oh I see false flags all over in our future here in the South. Lets throw in some more floods too.. hmm. "They" do not remember the old commercial- "its not nice to fool mother nature" and then the lightning strikes.
But instead of gloom and worry I will focus on the REAL world- not the false on presented to us - jen

Katy said...

Thank you for the dog story. It is good for us to weep, sometimes we do not know why we need to...

I post a lot of dog stories but this one you shared just got me.

When i was a wee lassie, i heard this on the radio...remembered it some years ago and finally a phrase came to me that let me search and find it online.

The one absolutely unselfish friend that
a man can have in this selfish world,
the one that never deserts him,
the one that never proves ungrateful
or treacherous, is his dog.

A man's dog stands by him in prosperity and in poverty, in health and in sickness.
He will sleep on the cold ground where the wintery winds blow,
and the snow drives fiercely,
if only he may be near his master's side.

He will kiss the hand that has no food to offer, he will lick the sores
and wounds that come in encounter with
the roughness of the world.
He guards the sleep of his Pauper master as if he
were a prince.

When all other friends desert,
he remains.
When riches take wings and reputation
falls to pieces, he is as constant in
his love as the sun in it's journey
through the heavens.

If misfortune drives the master forth an outcast in the world, friendless and homeless, the faithful dog asks
no higher privilege than that of accompanying him to guard against danger, to fight against his enemies.

And when the last scene of all comes,
and death takes the master in it's
embrace, and his body is laid away in
the cold ground, no matter if all other
friends pursue their way, there by the
graveside will the noble dog be found,
his head between his paws, his eyes sad,
but open in alert watchfulness,
faithful and true, even in death.

-From a speech given by Former Senator George Graham Vest of Missouri. Delivered in 1870 when he
was acting as a lawyer in a suit against a man who had killed the dog of his client. -- He won the case.

Katy said...

An ineffable, appropriately enough, relationship can be developed between humans and animals and most particularly, or often, between a good hearted individual and a dog. Horses, cats, goats, chickens, birds and many others may also join in a bond of trust...
But there is truly a gift for all in the soul of a dog.

I have found that most lessons, sublime teachings, and stories as metaphor for great understanding are offered through our relationships with these joyful, forgiving, energizing, Present, divine channels.

The following story has stayed on my mind after reading this column
so i will share.
Good and evil in a nutshell.


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Kazz said...

I am a dog lover from way back but I don't think we should blow things out of proportion . A good mother will give her life for her child, go without food to feed her young, work a full day, travel for hours to and from work, then on the way home go grocery shopping. Once home she will do the clothes washing, tidy up the house, cook dinner, listen to her families woes, and then give them loving support to face the following day. She will then collapse into unconsciousness and wake up the following morning and do it all over again.

This same mother will go without all the things she needs to make sure her family has what they not only need but also want. She will get up out of bed when she is sick to tend to the needs of those around her. She will give you her last dollar, for that dress that she had been saving forever for, simply because she gains more pleasure from giving to those she loves.

Good Dad's are a different but similar version of the same theme.

Jesus told us to follow the law of Moses, not the pharisees, and the 10 commandments tells us to honour thy father and mother. Jesus never deserted his family for THE STATE!!!!!!!!!!! He distanced his self for their protection.

Luv Kazz

robert said...

Dear Visible,

Another gem in a series of precious stoned literary expressions!

Nothing to add or subtract, so you know what that implies! (grin)

Just wish to express my gratitude to you and the Ineffable, for the faithful constancy of the "come to Jesus" or "come home to your only friend" or "come back to the center where all the real fun and power plays!" stream of messages.

Our partitioned minds require constant gardening to retain productivity and reading your channeled messages is a great boon to those who wish to stay awake and seeking their centers.

Thank you for your example of faithful action, in the face of the black dog trying to make us take the illusion deadly seriously, instead of rightly laughing in the face of the self-retarded demons and their sly father.

However the ride turns out, I am thankful to have had your presence reassuring us all that there is more, much more to this gift of life than playing stupid games of acquisition!

May we all have illuminating experiences each and every day, to show those who are looking, the direction home where the heart is pulsing with insurmountable joy!

"select images with street signs"....

Saul Mine said...

@ robert,
i do, very much, concur with you.
And, thank you Mr. Vis for making me cry over the dog's story. I want to share the item, and not make anybody cry. Been told i'm harmless, so i'd like to keep that rep.
Thanks again, both of you.

Anonymous said...

Our fine brother..

"I saw deep in the eyes of the animals the human soul look out upon me. I saw where it was born deep down under feathers and fur, or condemned for a while to roam four-footed among the brambles I caught the clinging mute glance of the prisoner and swore that I would be faithful." -Henry David Thoreau

Visible said...

A new Smoking Mirrors is up now-

The Ineluctable March of Karma and Global Transiting.

Katy said...

Regarding the very touching story of a dog's love (linked in the opening of the post)
A comment on the article stated that the dog passed over, following his mistress, just a few months after she died.



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