Sunday, January 30, 2005


It's been a week since I last had a fresh entry and the treatise on prayer has sufficiently alienated enough readers around the world to insure I am not invited to the Vatican or any other holy man's residence anytime soon. So be it.

I have been watching world events pass the last week with a bit of a disconnect, even with a ringside seat. The inauguration of President Bush was somewhat like the day after Christmas - full of pomp and ceremony that must soon be replaced by the work of bringing down the ornaments and cleaning up after a plethora of relatives. Since this piece is entitled musings, I will share a few of the thoughts that have been generated as feedback to light waves and sound waves which have been recorded the past week.

Condoleezza Rice's Secretary of State confirmation hearings: The media missed a historic opportunity to illustrate the advancement of women and of blacks in politics. CNN's poor rankings are mute testimony to the changing American political median and the dissatisfaction with accentuating the negative. The Democrats are burning bridges while they are standing on the wrong side of the bank, insuring any future victories are even fewer and harder to acquire.

Barbara Boxer: This woman's grandstanding was amusing to watch. Her comments made one realize just how many Democratic politicians think at this moment. She is at this moment an archetype of all that is wrong with Democratic party positions and the far-left constituency they now represent. RIP Democratic party.

George Bush: A long road exists ahead of you. You can now safely ignore Karl Rove's input and finish some of the projects you set out to accomplish.

Laura Bush: White becomes you. It's time for you to take that dress (and others like it) and do the fifteen nation tour bit and help boost US popularity around the world, while promoting the American agenda in a softer, more palatable package.

Prince Harry: Go easier on the alcohol and your judgment calls will be less impaired. Don't make your father's conformist mistakes either.

Prince Charles: Camilla? Worth 20 million pounds? Next time...don't marry someone you don't love and you wont have to make the woman you do love look like a high paid call-girl. Ah, but you were young and ill-advised you poor, poor bloke. Where's Queen Victoria when you need her?

Yes, I know. Not exactly paradigm shattering information in these musings. Have no fear! A veritable cornucopia of information will be unleashed wherein the astute readers can advance their evolutionary position thousands of years in a few minutes.

All these world events are not really new. They stem from past cycles and past happenings and follow somewhat predictable courses. We can expect today's events to become tomorrow's news. As a matter of fact certain mathematical ratios of regeneration can be applied to events. At any point, a new cycle will go through various regeneration and more and more time will elapse between these regeneration.

Let's call up the animation department and get some useful diagrams here!

This would be a very useful diagram for you to memorize and study! For example, if you wanted to become a grand pianist you would have to study. Each time you did so would regenerate. The amount of time you spend will regenerate as well, even though the space between these times also increases. If you want to be a good person, the amount of time you spend in good actions must be larger than the amount you spend in negative actions. It's quite simple. No deity can change these laws of energy, they can only share them with others so that they too can master the mechanics of the universe and understand that their actions have far-reaching consequences.

The diagram shows events that regenerate and an example of a mathematical scale to the regeneration. It's obviously more complex than that, but this is a good introduction to the concept. Each event can also die out and cease to regenerate at a certain point. This would be a demodulating vortex instead of an expanding vortex of energy. Let's take a look:

If not enough positive bias exists in a signal, the signal will degenerate. For example if you hate your piano lessons and don't enjoy them, eventually you will stop studying and lose what knowledge you learned. Again, a simplistic illustration, but valuable in explaining the concept. All energy in this universe is undergoing both contraction and expansion. For every signal expanding in this universe and adding data and intelligence there exists another contracting and losing data and intelligence. Learning of the mechanics of the universe can keep you on a more even keel. No need for the fear of purgatory to keep you expressing good in your life. When one understands that negative energy is absorbed back into the universe, one realizes that a destructive life will lead to eventual absorption - a fate far worse than any purgatory. Selfishness, leads to this eventual destruction. If you intend or desire immortality, the first thing one learns is that being infinite is a selfless proposition - not a selfish one.

To evolve into an angel or adept means one must slowly put these positive biases into all your daily actions and they will regenerate and expand and your mental depth and scope will likewise become that much more expansive. Mundane material events will soon only have a limited value in your consciousness. You will cease to be governed by the petty emotionalism which fill your daily life. In place of these will come knowledge and understanding of all mankind and slowly of all things you encounter as you progressively expand your bandwidth to cover ever new ideas, places and expressions of energy.

With this wisdom at your disposal you will eventually become the master of your own destiny. You will realize that the events of your life unfold with mathematical precision. That you and you alone are responsible for your destiny! No deities, friends or family can save you or help you achieve any desired goal. Your own effort will pave the roads you travel in the future. When you understand that each hate-filled thought leads you on a path through various hells until you eventually absorb back into the infinite energy streams, you will suddenly put a greater import in monitoring your thoughts and your reactions to various happenings. Likewise when you start to become more positive in your daily thoughts and actions this will take you to ever higher unimaginable realms of wonder which you will encounter on your travels.

There is no point at which you are safe or immune from the laws of energy. If at any point in your future you should cease your overall positive bias and direction, than the same fate of absorption awaits. Angels, Adepts and any other advanced beings by whatever name one chooses to call them, beings who no longer tread the material worlds, are all well aware of this. This is the true battle of Armageddon. It is the battle between the positive and negative bias of energy. All those who wish continued growth, expansion and development must always have this cumulative positive bias.

If I hated Barbara Boxer, or put a negative bias upon her, I diminish my own developed structures when doing so. Even those we dislike or feel are acting unintelligently must have our compassion and well wishes. We can never hold grudges or hate those who hate us. To do so is sure suicide. All those that rant on about Bush and fuel their hatred, even if they justify it because they disagree with his beliefs, only harm themselves.

This is the great test. Each day as we expand and grow we will encounter new challenges which test our mettle. To increase strength a weight-lifter increases resistance. The universe increases resistance automatically as you progress. Angels and Adepts have it much harder than you think. They fight proportionately negative forces that are equal and opposite counterparts of their own development. At the same time they understand how these negative forces developed and cannot hate them. They realize that if they hate evil they become evil.

Yes, the future holds many wonders for you, dear readers. If your life is hard and getting harder, this is not a sign of failure in life - indeed not! It is part and parcel of life and the ongoing process of regenerative evolution. If you can follow Rudyard Kipling's advice, you will be well on your way to immortality:


If you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too;
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
Or being lied about, don't deal in lies,
Or being hated, don't give way to hating,
And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise:

If you can dream-and not make dreams your master;
If you can think-and not make thoughts your aim;
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same;
If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools:

If you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
To serve your turn long after they are gone,
And so hold on when there is nothing in you
Except the Will which says to them: "Hold on!"

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
Or walk with Kings-nor lose the common touch,
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much;
If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds' worth of distance run,
Yours is the Infinite and everything that's in it,
And what's more... you'll be a Man, my son!

And on that note, I shall take my leave for today.


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