Wednesday, June 15, 2016

The Incomprehensibility of the One in the Minds of the Many.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

Was sitting here this morning and thinking; “What should I write about today?” Then I went to the Crass Media and saw where 20 guys (I'm assuming it was all guys) got killed and around 50 wounded in the city of Orlando. I went back a little later and it was 50 dead and fifty wounded. The story is that he saw a couple of guys kissing in Miami a few months past and it infuriated him. Of course, he is a Muslim. One of the witnesses there said it couldn't be just one person because the shooting was continuous. It does make you wonder how one person could get that many people. That's a pretty high body count.

The club is called Pulse. Interestingly, Orlando is the location of Disney World. I'm not going back to read about any of it at the Crass Media, I wait until all the false flag and multiple shooters evidence comes out. I look for coincidences and ironies. I don't believe in coincidences but I look for them anyway. This whole affair stinks to high heaven. We know that the demonic intelligence agencies are capable of anything. We know there has been this aggressive push for more than equal rights; most especially for transvestites and the like, pre and post and etc. I've decided I am not going to bow down to the language police, or anyone else, except for the almighty and bowing to the almighty is not a matter of choice. It is irresistible.

Right off the bat it is my belief, prior to any information to that effect, that this mass murder was orchestrated and agenda driven to drum up an ever greater support for a particular meme that has been running into (pun intended) some stiff opposition and the whole force of Political Correctness is generating outrage all across the country. We don't see much of this because the news is suppressed. The news is manufactured. The news is garbage in and garbage out. It's crap and they hired all of the automatic hacks that were frothing for the opportunity to lie. Some people will do anything for a paycheck and those are the people they hire. They look for the most self involved and egocentric people around and in a time of materialism, these people are not hard to find. Also, since they can manipulate the economy whenever they choose, they can turn up the heat on the populations.

Some of the events that have taken place in recent years show that there are powerful psychopaths, like George Soros; David Rockefeller, Robert Kagan, Bill Kristol, Victoria Neuland, Richard Pearle, Paul Wolfowitz, Congolezzie Rice, Bush the Stupid, Obama... and really there is quite a list, who will stop at nothing, who will kill in vast numbers, who will torture, enslave and whatever you can imagine and more. In times of Materialism, psychopaths will appear like a cloud of locusts... and they have.

Materialism diminishes, snuffs out and, just as often, transforms one's humanity into something that is no longer human. Materialism doesn't fix itself and ends in catastrophe. It is the old tale of the lightening struck tower, or Tower of Babel. There are metaphors and analogies and allegories aplenty for the recurrent cycles of life on this plane. The experiments of existence end in calamity and life invariably, with few exceptions, disappears into the mysterious valley of death. Death isn't really an efficient or comprehensive term, 'change' is far better.

Various avatars and teachers have come here with specific messages that are nearly always the same as each others but best defined in the singularity of their expression of the same. What doesn't often get noticed is what they have taught us about that transition known as death and they taught us through the manner in which they faced it. They taught us with their dignity and certitude. It can be stated as fact that neither Jesus Christ, nor Krishna had to die. They did it for humanity. It can also be stated as fact that neither of them actually died. Once again, it is appearances and once again, appearances are a lie.

I cannot stress enough, nor can it be said often enough that a spiritual war is in progress and in the mist veiled kingdom of Shambala, the horses are stamping their hooves in eagerness. For many of us, the news of the moment and observations that can be made in one's passage through these times, is dreary and depressing. It carries an atmosphere of fear that is palpable, the same way that perfume will fill the air as a woman passes you on the street, where the globules of scent hang in the air and appear on your tongue and for me, this is not a pleasant experience (grin).

However... this is all merely for the purpose of demonstration. It is all about seeing what any one of us will do, given the pressures, enticements and distractions of these times. It is all about separating the wheat from the chaff. This is not my construct and I am not here to enforce it, nor am I a cheerleader for what has been and will be a painful experience for many. I am saddened by what I see and sadder still at the outcomes that may yet result. Still... one cannot focus on that side of it, any more than one can attempt to move the Sun or the Moon out of their courses.

All we can do is move with applied compassion through this world and serve as we go. All we can do is to work upon ourselves and lead by example. We may err. We may fall down at points but we are not judged so much by the mistakes we make on the way, if the attention of the heart is placed upon the ineffable. We are more critically judged by our failure to try, or if we should give up and fail to get back up. Too many of us allow ourselves to be weighed down by our inflated memory of previous sins and errors. We don't know the meaning of what we do, nor are we aware of the meaning of what we do not do.

The mind of the ineffable is incomprehensible to the inquires of the human mind. The vast intricacies of the workings of the cosmos are also beyond our ken. We may know some of it in part but we still see through a glass darkly. The time will come when we can see more because we have become more, or... should I say, 'less'? Some things are mysteries that can only be understood by those who are no longer a mystery to themselves. The entire cosmos; the entire universe is within. That is why Lao Tzu said;

“There is no need to run outside
For better seeing,
Nor to peer from a window. Rather abide
At the center of your being;
For the more you leave it, the less you learn.
Search your heart and see
If he is wise who takes each turn:
The way to do is to be.”

I can't add to that so maybe I should stop talking now. It's a great place to end the conversation I was having with myself.

I'll be posting the last two weeks radio broadcasts some time today.

Be well...

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