Monday, May 23, 2011

How to Become a Real Superhero!

Millions of people have secret fantasies they entertain within their consciousness. One recurring one, since the advent of the comic book in the late thirties is to be a superhero. Well, for all who have ever wished this, today is your lucky day. Today I am going to discuss how you can become a very real superhero.

What is a superhero? Let's take a moment to define the traits they possess:

1) Superheroes are good.
2) Superheroes are often stronger than normal people.
3) Superheroes help others.
4) Superheroes have special powers.
5) Superheroes always win in the end.
6) Superheroes fight evil.

These are the most common traits superheroes possess. Surprisingly all these traits are quite accessible to everyone, even if they don't think they are. Let's lay out a game plan by which YOU or anyone so inclined can become a superhero.

Superheroes are good.
Becoming a good person isn't that hard. You are what you think and understand. Becoming a good person requires two things, understanding more and more of the universe around you and acting constructively using all your wisdom in everything that you do.

You've heard the phrase "you are what you eat," but the truth of the matter is you are what you think. What you put your mind upon will determine how good you are. All energy regenerates and recreates itself. One moment leads to the next and builds on what has come before. To become supremely good, you must do good things and you must understand why they are good. You must learn the ability to take darkness and twist it inside out into light. How does one do this? It's actually pretty simple. You simply must find the positive attributes and ramifications of any and all actions, events and happenings in your life.

Wouldn't that be Pollyanna-ish? No, because you are not seeing these events solely as good, rather you are seeing both sides, the good and the bad, and in so doing you prevent these from regenerating imbalanced in your own mind. This balanced information is more intelligent than imbalanced stored knowledge and thoughts. After enough time, you will become ever more immune to depression, self-doubt, fear, hatred, sloth, resentment, disdain and all the rest of the lower emotions a really good superhero should ideally not possess.

Superheroes are often stronger than normal people.
Superheroes help others.
While this often manifests as physical strength. The most important strength is strength of mind and strength of character. With these two, you can supplant the need for super physical strength because your mind will do the heavy lifting for you. Your wisdom will shelter the weak, give comfort to, and help heal, the ill and be able to be used to fight evil in all its many forms.

Superheroes have special powers.
Many special powers are available to those who seek to develop them. Mind projection, thought reading, seeing the future or into the past, mastery of light, manipulation of energy and mass and much, much more. Truth be told, the comic book superheroes only touch upon what developments can be had and all of these powers are solely the byproduct of your own mental development. Likewise, to develop these abilities you must acquire great wisdom and knowledge of the universe around you and how it works. No knowledge - no powers.

Superheroes always win in the end.
When you learn about energy and the way the universe functions you will always win in the end as well. Every bad event in your life can be balanced and mastered. Every negative experience will be a building block to an even more positive outcome. Every new thing that comes to you at first unbalanced will be able to be balanced, understood and give you even greater powers.

Superheroes fight evil.
This actually happens by default when you strive for the good. You don't need to seek evil out and conquer it. As you grow and become ever more positive, evil will be drawn unto you in corresponding measure. In a sense evil will provide your growth as you learn to defeat it through wisdom and understanding. The universe is in a constant state of balance. Left has right, evil has good, down has up and so on and so forth. As good as you become - there will always be a greater evil for you to overcome. And there will always be a greater good for you to develop and achieve. So you, and everyone, will be fighting evil in some form or another forever. And this will be good.

So there you have it, your own personal road map to becoming a superhero. No, magic rings, lanterns, invisible planes or utility belts are required. Just your mind and an insatiable hunger for growth and personal development.

Cutters, Cutting, Depression, Suicide and Other Manifestations of Darkness Parasites

At last! Another metaphysical entry for those so inclined!

Today's topic? Cutting and cutters, darkness parasites and a curtain lift into another unseen spectral plane. Before we go on this small journey I place into your hands a small wand. This wand is crystalline in nature and looks completely transparent. This wand is a light wand and when confronted with anything dark, can summon the corresponding light force to counteract it. Yes, virtual light wands are free here and work with the power of your own mind combined with the infinite light forces that exist in this universe.

In the world today, there is a quiet epidemic sweeping the youth of the world. It is called cutting and is a form of self-abuse and is a way depressed youth try to deal with the pain of their lives. They hear about others cutting and the 'emo' generation now has a reputation for being prone to participating in this form of self-abuse.

But what is it that really causes someone to abuse themselves? The self-preservation instinct is the strongest one humans possess. What powerful forces can interfere with that instinct and make someone actually harm themselves?

The truth is, the world we are in sandwiched in the portion of a spectra. This planet and everything and everyone upon it exist as a set of fields of energy. This energy has intelligence.

In our material world we have parasites. Mosquitoes, flies, worms and all sorts of things that feed off of other things. In some ways everything on Earth is parasitic. All animals consume other animals and the nature around them and the trees and plants consume the nature around them as well. Some things however are detrimental parasites which destroy their host. Trees, animals and people succumb to these parasites all the time.

But there are more parasites in these unseen spectra around us that few know about and even fewer know how to guard themselves from.

Cutting is the result of a specific parasite. It was spawned originally by souls who committed suicide by slashing their wrists and these lost souls have drawn unto them and spawned other energy parasites that now feed off of this specific action and fear, depression and suicidal thoughts. These thoughts generate emotion - which by any other definition is just another form of energy. It's specific, just like a mosquito feeds specifically on animal blood and not dirt or milk, this specific parasite feeds on the emotions generated and associated with cutting, blood, etc.

Like a swarm of flies or mosquitoes, the cutting obsessions now have grown and multiplied and as a result their influence is greater and more people are infected. Every mind they get to contemplate suicide or to engage in cutting themselves is a feeding session for them. In these spectra, sustenance is not provided by eating a hamburger and fries. The only thing they can absorb is emotional energy. These obsessions seek it out and are drawn to it, the way a shark smells blood in the water.

So any depressed person, depending upon their own quantized fields of energy can attract one of these cutting obsessions. They will plant thoughts in the mind of their unwitting victim and strengthen the imbalances within their consciousness.

So what is the cure?


When one is aware of these invisible parasites one can guard against them. One's mind is a juicy morsel to some of these things that exist and they always seek to extract energy from it in some manner. All the human vices and emotions provide breeding grounds for these spectral parasites and some of the most tragic events in human history can be blamed, in part, to the influence of these parasites on the minds of some individual or group of individuals.

If one lives in an area infested with mosquitoes one screens ones house. Well, living on Earth one must screen one's consciousness. All thoughts that appear upon the surface of your consciousness are not your own. Some are vagrant thoughts that wash up upon the shore of your mind and they are poisonous and destructive to your well being. Hate, jealousy, fear, depression all these thoughts people think - radiate out from them and exist as very real signals.

A book one reads is really a signal - a string of data. It is absorbed upon the surface of our consciousness and we take from it the signals that are compatible with our own field structures.

If you walk into a room where two people are fighting, screaming and in the midst of emotional upheaval - these signals bombard your consciousness as well and if they find any compatible structures, you can easily be snared into this fight and a state of emotional turmoil. These imbalanced thoughts are fed upon by hordes of these things that exist in unseen spectra. They need to spur fights, trigger wars, incite jealousy, generate fear and more to survive.

So by screening your consciousness and being aware of these things you can guard your mind and you can protect yourself from these cutting parasites that have been multiplying and preying on those minds less guarded.

Parts of our world have been created and sculpted by these parasites and their influence on humans. The horror industry, films, movies, websites and books is one of the purest manifestations of parasite influence. These things were created by infected minds solely to feed these spectral planes. Like zombies without a mind of their own, writers like Stephen King, Stephanie Meyer and many, many others have fed these spectral parasites. Of course, they are not self aware of what they have done and don't understand the way the universe works, but they reap the feedback nevertheless. They will learn to more carefully guard their minds and not propagate these things that are designed to imbalance minds and generate fear, depression or any negative emotional state.

Everything regenerates. All energy does. Each act we partake of generates a reaction and if our actions are destructive, destructive forces will return to confront us. That's why it becomes so very important to always stand up for positive things, good, love, light, truth, joy, happiness and constructive development. These are the secrets to becoming ever more infinite and will always keep you traveling an infinite path of development, expansion and evolution instead of unraveling your soul into a state of complete dissolution.

Thursday, May 12, 2011

How to Make a Hit Youtube يوتوب Video w/o Sex (Part 3) - Raw Talent (Featuring Jewel, Karen Carpenter & Suzanne Vega)

Here we have part 3 of our series in creating a hit Youtube video. In our previous segments we covered the three essentials for music videos: sex, classic convertibles and choreography. Today, we are going to talk about raw talent. On Youtube there are millions of people trying to get their videos seen. Justin Bieber and Vanessa Black are examples of the power of mass media. How did music stars get discovered before Youtube came along? Well many played in small clubs and were discovered by scouts working for record labels seeking new talent. Others simply grew in popularity locally until sheer mass required record labels sign them up. Music history is filled with lots of interesting tales.

Raw talent is a rare commodity these days when auto-tuning, lip syncing and other gimmicks act as a poor substitute. The ballad singer is the ultimate test of talent. For they must play, perform and usually do so in a live arena without studio-tweaking to make them sound good.

Let's take a look at some crooners who achieved fame on their vocal talents and not much else. Let's go back, back, back to the early seventies where Karen Carpenter hit the big time with her voice and little else, here playing Close to You:

Suzanne Vega came on the scene in 1986 with her vocal talents, here with Luka:

She was not a creation of synthetics, did not need to rely on sex, convertibles or choreography. Sure she was packaged for mass consumption after her rise to stardom, but she can still perform today live and churn out her work and sound good.

Here we see Jewel, in 1997, who rose in this period to musical stardom based on pure talent:

Recently, the proliferation of award and talent shows has brought back raw talent in some quarters. Names like Faryl Smith, Paul Potts and Jackie Evancho are now well known and not for anything besides pure talent and successful promotion skills.

So, while it's clearly not prevalent that talent is always rewarded, and more often than not gimmicks replace talent throughout much of the music industry, it is possible for talent to prevail. It usually just takes longer. The agents and record labels all are in this business to make money and they want to be sure they have a marketable commodity. Rebecca Black is a marketable commodity because almost 200 million people have clicked on her video to see how bad it is. Marketing and packaging have created many stars who can't play an instrument or carry a tune.

As the internet hooks up more people to it and as sites like Youtube keep expanding it becomes harder and harder to get exposure - even though it seems the reverse should be true. The news industry and now the music industry are largely driven by internet traffic patterns. As I've mentioned before, web sites aren't rated on quality (imagine if they were!) or even time they have been around, they are completely weighted by web traffic, and the link traffic they receive. So the inertia for a new artist is incredible.

So what is the solution? How do you get to the top? Well, one has to get exposure and these days, that means web exposure. On youtube people regularly "respond" to popular videos with one of their own and in this way can tap some of the traffic and generate more hits. Eventually a youtube video will achieve critical mass and get enough links from other weighted sources to lift it up to public consciousness. What exact number of hits that is varies, but it is a sizable amount.

I started a new category here on the blog, it's called NEW TALENT and you will find a new pick every month, someone whom I feel has great talent but is not receiving the exposure they deserve. You will find Tech1's NEW TALENT of the Month in the sidebar. For this month of May 2011, the artist is Alexandra and she writes and composes her own songs. I think she is quite gifted and I hope she can break through the inertia and achieve her dreams. Here is another one of her original songs titled Myths About Forever:

Nothing is impossible. If you have talent and perseverance you can prevail. Before you do pursue such a destiny, make sure you really want it. Sometimes fame, wealth and all that goes with it, is a curse and not a blessing.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Fashion Spring 2011 - Picks & Misses Giorgio Armani, Jean Paul Galtier, Chanel, Etc.

Fashion doesn't seem like a very important thing, until one remembers we all wear clothes (well most of us do) and those clothes serve both functional and symbolic purposes. What are SDAI-Tech1's picks and misses for Spring 2011? As one of the world's great arbiters of taste, I'm sure you're all on the edge of your seats in anticipation awaiting my verdicts. Well, without further ado...let's take a look!


This design from Bottega Veneta's Spring 2011 collection, looks, to me, like a modified hospital gown. The lines, the collar cut look generic and unflattering. Definitely a Tech1 miss.


Here we have something from the Valentino Spring Couture Collection that is far more flattering and will not make the woman wearing it look like a refugee from a maternity ward. The lined bottom, the long sleeves, the clean collar make this a classy and flattering outfit choice for women. This one is definitely a Tech1 Pick.


Is this Chanel? Yes it is. This 2011 Spring Chanel Couture collection selection looks shiny but dumpy. The lines are unflattering making even this super skinny model look somehow overweight and tired. Just imagine how bad it would look on a normal weight woman. The whole look just doesn't work - at all. Lose it. This contraption is a Tech1 miss.


Yal-hune once wore something very similar to this trim offering from Giorgio Armani's Spring 2011 Collection, so perhaps I am a bit biased. I think it looks great and flatters a trim figure. The contrast of shiny pants with the matte jacket work and give it just a bit of showmanship that will catch male eyes and make them look twice (or simply stare!) Even the headgear is not objectionable and if a woman is daring enough, she can pull the whole package off without having to dilute it much. This one is a Tech1 pick.


The gloves are about the only thing I like here. This outfit from the Christian Dior Couture for Spring 2011 is too bulky and doesn't succeed in capturing the fifties glamour I believe they were shooting for. It's lines are just not right. If it were tighter in the bottom, it might provide a better contrast and give some needed definition, but as it is, it will not flatter. This one's a Tech1 miss.


Giving Christian Dior another chance here...this outfit from the same Spring Couture collection is much better and one of the few offerings that didn't hang like an overfilled plastic trash sack. The neck line is great and many women could wear this quite flatteringly with a big or small bosom. I'm not overly thrilled about the folds on the bottom but they are passable and frame the legs attractively enough. This one is a Tech1 pick.

Finally, we arrive at the last pick/miss for today:


Lose the distracting Mohawk and this outfit becomes a viable and interesting alternative. By Jean Paul Galtier for the Spring 2011 collection, it is daring but not so outrageous that it is at home only on a runway or under a circus tent, like so many over-the-top poor designs. The gloves are unnecessary and most women wouldn't wear them anyway. Which is good because visible hands would tie back into the skin shown on the shoulders. This outfit has a good cut on top and makes it viable. This is a Tech1 pick.

So there you have it!

All images: Imaxtree

Monday, May 09, 2011

How to Make a Hit Youtube Music Video - Part 2 - Choreography Featuring Paula Abdul, Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, Katy Perry & West Side Story

Here we go with part two of my curtain lift on making successful videos. Today we will talk about the importance of choreography. Ever since entertainers have been entertaining, groups have learned to use motion in unison, to catch the audiences attention. In live shows, this can be seen early with the Rockettes:

In my previous segment you saw how both Simply Irresistible and Rough Stuff featured choreographed dancers. Along with sex and vintage convertibles, choreography is the third most powerful tool in a video makers arsenal. Let's go back again to the golden age of video, 1982, and see early examples of this choreography:

At 3:52 when at last the choreography finally kicks in the video starts to exert its appeal. This video made Michael Jackson a star and his moves and videos all were about choreography. This video was really just a remake of Westside Story's elaborate opening scene gang choreography which made Westside Story a classic coming of age story for youth growing up in the early 1960s:

The choreography also doesn't come on til about 1:50. This made for more memorable scenes. Let's flash forward to the late 80s when Paula Abdul went from being a choreographer for the Los Angeles Lakers cheerleaders to a pop star:

Here, Paula Abdul's 1988 hit The Way That you Love Me was ALL about choreography and it ended up carrying her less than stellar singing talent all the way to the bank. The videos she created were visually crammed with lots of synchronous movement. Oh, yes, a few cars were thrown in for good measure.

Let's continue forward to the turn of the century, a young pop sensation named Britney Spears reaches the top of the charts with what else: sex and choreography. A great example can be found in the 1999 smash hit Oops! I Did it Again, which keeps the viewer entertained with synchronous movement:

Paula Abdul had better choreography, than Britney's video, and so this video relies a bit more on the whole Mars/Spaceman elaborate stage set for a bit more visual impact. The red jumpsuit is a great detail, as red and yellow wave-lengths of light (or in this case red & orange) when combined attract the human eye faster than any other color combination. So putting your lead singer in red is not a bad idea, if you can incorporate it easily into your video.

The backgrounds are really all just window dressing and unnecessary for a hit video. As you can see, choreography is a key element in successful music videos. Generally, mixing and matching elements we have covered so far is a sure-fire road to video success. Sex, Classic Convertibles & Choreography.

Katy Perry takes the convertible/sex combination route to success here with Teenage Dream:

Cheap as heck to film, since this one required no choreography needed at all. Almost anyone could make this video on a shoestring budget.

Seriously folks, this is the gospel truth to video stardom. It's not rocket science.

Let's review.

Here are your elements again:

1) SEX

Let's think up an example video:

A)Your lead singer, cruises around the (desert, beach, city nightlife) in a convertible.

B) He/she exits and arrives somewhere where there are lots of pretty women/men dancing around in synchronous movements.

That's it! You're done! Hit video-making was never easier. When in doubt, always add more than one element! Most videomakers try to mix and match at least two from the elements above. Do you see now how incredibly easy it is? Before you know it, you will be making music videos with the best of them. Many hit videos were filmed in a day or two on several thousand dollars expense. A convertible rental, some models/dancers hired for a day's worth of shooting and then it was all finessed back at a sound studio for packaging and public consumption. With today's video technology and editing, it's easier than ever to make a video that will climb the charts.

Sunday, May 08, 2011

How to Make a Hit Music Video Hint: Sex More Sex & Rock & Roll (Robert Palmer, Adam Ant, Mister Mister)

How do you make a successful music video? Since the dawn of the MTV or music television era, there has been one steady standby that works decade after decade. It's called SEX. Sex sells. Simply hire the most attractive models you can afford and have a choreographer come up with a few moves for them to perform in sync with your music. It's really simple and it works. Let's take a look at purist examples of this technique from the golden age

Here in 1988 Robert Palmer wasn't taking any chances there are enough women here to keep the eyes busy with Simply Irresistible. It spawned many imitations and while it was well received by males, it was considered a somewhat sexist and misogynist bit of video-making by the culture police.

Flash forward a few years later to 1990. Adam Ant, a familiar name from the early-80's British invasion, is trying to make a comeback. Following in the 'hire-the-sexiest models you can find' format he released Rough Stuff:

It was never as popular as Palmer's hit, but it is memorable for taking the style approach and just pushing the envelope. The full version which focuses on a lot of fit female pelvic motion was cut and considered too racy for 1990 music videos.

This basic approach to music video making is pretty inexpensive. A studio, some models, a make-up artist, and your talent are all that's needed to produce this style video and it almost always will capture a lot of the video viewing audience.

What's the second most popular gimmick in music video making? The classic convertible is the fall back for low-budget yet memorable video making. Tons of videos feature the artists cruising in a vintage convertible. Let's look at an example or two:

Here's 1985 and Mister Mister's hit Broken Wings:

That's now a timeless classic and inspired a whole ad campaign from Taco Bell a few years later which featured lots of classic convertibles, celebrities and tacos. That campaign revitalized the stale Taco Bell brand boosting sales all the way into the early 90s - here a 1994 commercial, even going so far as to imitating the convertible break down seen in Broken Wings:

This is in one way the triple hit: Sex, Cars and Food. Attractive young people in a convertible is a sure fire success tip for music video making. don't believe me? C'mon do I have to prove it to you? Yep...I guess I do:

Yes, Rebecca Black's now infamous video, Friday, features the reliable convertible stand-by to video success. Had they used professional models instead of her friends who knows how popular it would have been?

There are literally thousands of other videos which feature these elements. I just wanted to show some of the purist examples.

Is any of this a substitute for raw talent? Heck no. This little curtain lift is just to reveal the time-worn gimmicks that hold people's attention and play on the human desire for love, affection and security which in their lowest common denominator forms manifest as SEX and POPULARITY.

Friday, May 06, 2011

Wikileaks' Julian Assange: Facebook: 'appalling spy machine'

Julian Assange on Facebook

I revealed this some time ago. Recently, I have received a few email inquiries about why I can now be found on Facebook when I have so often railed against its use. The truth of the matter is this - I use Facebook quite differently than most do. My anonymity is still maintained and for all intents the SDAI-Tech1 presence on Facebook is a placeholder -just another means of distribution of data.

If you're on Facebook, you're on the grid. Your phone is tracking you and at any time someone can find you, wherever you are, in less than about 30 seconds, should someone want or need to find you.

The real shock of this is - you probably don't mind. You've already submitted to a total lack of privacy in regards to your life. The latest generations spend a lot of time INCREASING their exposure on social networks like Facebook and Twitter! They want perfect strangers to know when they are seeing a movie, or going to the bathroom, or what-have-you! They crave attention and electronic affirmation. So Facebook, like their cell phones, are like a second head and a third arm, respectively.

Millions don't care if their every action is recorded and known about and are happy someone is watching. This new generation practically begs for voyeurs and cyber-stalkers. They crave this affirmation of their very existence. So the pathos has reached a new crescendo and Facebook, Google and the government have very friendly relationships.

The overlapping of private and public sector creeps me out. The government has used Google and Facebook to do things it would never be permitted to do - to collect data they would never be able to collect - and certainly not so effortlessly.

It's too late. Most people are addicted to social networking and there is an incredible amount of peer pressure to place your life on line for all to see.

The real laugh is that Facebook even has privacy settings. Once that data is uploaded, it ceases to be private. What you read, what you watch and every little detail you choose to provide gives the government more than enough data for threat assessment and whether to probe even deeper into your life.

Thursday, May 05, 2011

Death Picture of Osama Bin Laden, Drudge Report, Fox News & Donald Rumsfeld

This issue has me nonplussed. What do people want to see the photos of a dead person for? Seriously? No matter what would be released, there are many who would say it's fabricated or photoshopped and they would be right.

We live in a very sick world. The Bin Ladens of the world were sick monsters because they did not value human life. In an eager race to see a corpse, those Americans and others who relish in his death find themselves one step closer to Bin Laden's sick mind set than they would ever care to admit. Yes, the world is a messed up place where people regularly visit sites that feature horrible imagery. Sites like Drudge Report make millions off of aggregating news and appealing to the lowest common denominator. Then we have Hannity on Fox News making some big deal about the photos and espousing the eye for an eye barbarism. What? After ten years you would think that the lesson of operation infinite justice, which begain in November of 2001, would have been learned.

We regularly get the Alexa reports to see what various nations are doing what and to keep a pulse on web traffic and basically, one can't go through those reams of data and not get depressed. It would be easy for me to point to the web itself as a medium for lowering the moral standards of the nation, but the truth is it's more complex than that. The web itself is an aggregate of cultural elements from video games to youtube videos. The emphasis on 'common' now really has been added to the lowest common denominator and this is what is now influencing larger and larger groups that before would have been isolated from these things.

Bin Laden is dead. No need to celebrate it. No need to embrace revenge - like the Koran itself does. An eye for an eye isn't what this was about, despite all the rhetoric to the contrary. This was about "asymmetrical threat elimination" as former Defense Secretary Rumsfeld might call it. When we took out Saddam, we did it for the same reason. It wasn't about revenge.

Revenge is stupid. It is. Why that person killed some people - let's kill him! That's not justice. That mindset fosters a society that slowly slides into the killer mindset. The video games, comic books, sick websites and all the rest pave the way for the west's next generations to become what they abhor - sick individuals who revel in violence and are numb to the worst forms of depravity.

Monday, May 02, 2011

Thor, Loki, Heimdall, Sif, Odin, The Rainbow Bridge, Einstein-Rosen Bridges & Wormholes

Movies are interesting mediums of entertainment. Each, like all things in this infinite multiverse, provide varying degrees of value or meaning. The film Thor, which has just been released throughout most of the world and which will be released in the US this Friday, is on the surface a rather CGI-heavy interpretation of a second string Marvel comic book character, which itself was appropriated from Norse mythology.

Having watched two films this week, Atlas Shrugged and Thor, the theme would seem to be incredibly strong mythological characters. However, while watching Thor, I experienced a long deja-vu. For me this is a cue to take note of what is transpiring because it has important ramifications.

A deja-vu is an inter dimensional link - a Rainbow Bridge if you will and mine occurred just as the Rainbow Bridge in the film is destroyed.

You see, for those who set up their lifetimes in advance, deja-vu is like a marker, a link, which conveys a bit of needed data from one spectra to another. In the film Natalie Portman as Jane Foster is looking for Einstein-Rosen bridge, this strays from the comic book in which Jane Foster was a nurse. But this change served a definite purpose. In fact, this entire film had a message that will pass largely unrecognized. The message is each has this bridge within them.

Thor promises Jane he will tell her about the bridge she seeks. Then there is Heimdall, who oversees this bridge, and whom sees all and knows all that is transpiring. Each of us possess this ability to varying degrees, though at this time on Earth it goes entirely unrecognized and completely undeveloped. Everything in the multiverse is interlinked and one merely needs to develop the tools that link one bit of energy with another.

A telescope magnifies waves of light to bring one thing closer. In the future, telescopes will go much further than mere magnification of light waves. There will exist devices which can parse this light for subharmonic wave structures and actually recreate images of what it has been exposed to. Imagine what you could see if you were a ray of light passing through the universe. Well, someday, each wave of light will tell a story from galaxies and places no one can even begin to imagine.

Sure, I hear your thoughts. Fantasy. Speculation. Wishful thinking. The truth is I've seen these scopes and already used them. Because time is not linear in the truest sense.

Time is already a constant.

The past and future exist as infinitely diverse energy configurations.

Therefore, every possible future is already manifest. For a world such as Earth, being born in 1850 or 1950 or 2050 or any other time is quite easy to do when not chained to a physical body yet. One merely aligns a portion of one's component quantized field structures to the unique configurations of Earth at any of these points. One can live a lifetime in 3100 AD and return to be born again and live here in 2011 or 750 BC or whatever time period will afford the necessary lessons and growth one seeks out. Everyone on Earth is a time traveler. You are one too.

Heimdall may see all that occurs in the 9 realms, but there is truly no limit to such infinite sight. We are only limited by our own ability to interface with these things. A portion of the multiverse will always be invisible to us - for awhile anyways - and we will continue to increase this sight. So everyone is Heimdall and everyone can create their own Rainbow Bridges.

In our bodies, this time-space bridge is traversed by consciousness. The electrical signals in our brains oscillate with light speed - providing a connection between spectra and linking our indestructible energy fields with our temporary physical bodies.

If you have stumbled upon this posting it is because you are in some way compatible with what is found here. You may not think you are, but because you read these words - the harmonic compatibility had to exist with a portion of your consciousness.

My deja-vu happened for a reason - it prompted me to write this rather unusual entry so that others may increase their own true sight and recognize their own bridges that connect them with the rest of the infinite multiverse.

Sunday, May 01, 2011

The Last Stand of Osama Bin Laden

The President has released the news and the world now knows Osama Bin Laden is dead.

"We've got a GREEN code. We're going to get Bin Laden - inside Pakistan."

I look at what teams and men we have available for such an important mission and I pull one from Kabul, Afghanistan.

A 60 man team, usually reserved for large assaults on small targets, is suitable for an ambush on a surface structure. I review aerial footage of Rawalpindi from two camera carrying drones which reveal the compound Osama is supposed to be residing in. The Gunjmadi police station is holding some drug pushers - one of which narked Bin Laden's current location as exchange for his release. It appears most of the drug pushers know exactly where he is, probably because these sorts also smuggle medical supplies.

I review the building from all angles and decide that arrival by three modified Super Stallion MH-53E helicopters is the ticket. The structure can be surrounded quickly and Bin Laden will not have time to escape. The craft are in theatre.

A night time assault is the ticket and will give cover to our helicopters and we have a huge advantage in night fighting with our latest nightvision capabilities.

Operation Final Assault is a go. The helicopters make their way over the Pakistan Afghan border and feed from their cameras is arriving at Shamballa. The three Stallions are doing in excess of 220mph and are loaded with troops and weapons.

The choppers arrive simultaneously and surround the compound. Automatic weapons fire from Bin Laden's look outs is directed carelessly at one of the choppers. Return fire cuts him down instantly. The troops descend from the choppers under cover of strafing fire from the choppers themselves. Small arms fire is being returned by several windows and the familiar sound of AK-47s is heard in the distance.

The teams shoot in canisters of gas to provide additional cover and start moving forward, taking out a dozen or so jihadists that streamed out of the compound to fire on the troops.

They are so overpowered and overwhelmed that our troops enter in less than a minute. I see camera feeds of troops busting down doors and running up a flight of stairs. In less than two minutes, Osama is found in a room with several followers wielding AK-47's the followers and Osama are killed in an exchange of gunfire.

Osama Bin Laden - mastermind of multiple attacks on US interests is dead.

Note: The previous description is not guaranteed to be accurate as the exact circumstances, individuals and equipment used in the mission are classified above top secret and can't be officially (or unofficially) divulged. ;-)