Friday, February 17, 2017

The Battle of Armageddon...

The Conflict Between the Intellect and the Awakened Imagination. 
 by Tim Che'

The book of Revelation is not about the end of the world. It is about the end of a state of consciousness.

It is a colorful description of the end of the era dominated by the intellectual, sense oriented man...  The birth of the Imagination in Man... And the conflict between these 2 great armies.

That conflict is called Armageddon.

In the beginning it is said the Man (Adam) fell... into a profound sleep... and nowhere in the bible does it say he woke up. That awakening is recorded in the New Testament, which is the description of the birth of the Imagination and its expression as allegorical picture-lessons.

In Man's sojourn here on "Earth", he must first enter "The Red Sea" of emotions. This emotional man looks at the world and reacts with emotion. He does not yet realize that his reactions are creations of future events. These are the "Dark Ages" where emotional-man suffers in his ignorance. Until the Intellect begins to develop.

Man then enters "The Land of Egypt"... the Adolescence of consciousness. The intellect that develops out of the emotional Man seeks its foundation in the factually oriented and relates everything to his 5 senses, ie; "I'll believe it if I can see it". Man at this level sees problems as a challenge to the mind, and learns to first understand the problem in order formulate a solution. The problems are seen as external and the mind looks for external causes and external solutions.

Out of the intellect, glimmers of truth begin to crystallize. Causation becomes less clear and confusing. Physicists are well known for the paradoxes and head-scratching conundrums surrounding their theories. They begin to see evidence

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

A Mind of Light...

"I don't care that they stole my idea... 
I care that they don't have any of their own"

Think about this quote.

What kind of person would say such a thing? ...Would care more about the quandary of men sound asleep, than the world changing outcomes from the inspirations of his own imaginings?

Such a man, IS Nikola Tesla.

I say IS because to say WAS is to assume that such a man, such a consciousness, is no more, and that would be sad indeed.

That consciousness, would be the mind of light, the enLIGHTened, the Buddha mind, the Christ mind. It is eternal, yet not always "occupied" or expressed. 

It takes a human to express the mind of God. Occupying the mind of light is the highest expression and that expression is one with God and IS God.

Most of the quotes attributed to Tesla (and Einstein) that you find floating around the internet, are unlikely actual. As with anything in the WEB, one must be very discerning and sift through the desert sands of convenient conjecture, and keep that which is in harmony with the light. 

The following is an alleged interview with Tesla. I have no idea if it is actual, but there is enough truth-expanding nuggets of wisdom to make it worth your review.

Here, I have highlighted some quotes from the interview that I find evokes truth to me. The entire interview follows these excerpts:

"What is considered as empty space is just a manifestation of matter that is not awakened...No empty space on this planet, nor in the Universe."

"Matter is an expression of infinite forms of Light, because energy is older than it."

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

You Can Choose Love...

You can choose to be right... 
or you can choose to be in love.

The voice of self-righteousness is the
only voice you will hear in hell. 

If you think you are right and you hear righteousness coming out of your mouth, then you know who you are and you know where you are standing.

And justifying your righteousness is just more hell. 

It may be challenging to fully grasp this concept, so lets start with a simple question:

Have you ever met anyone who thought they were wrong? 

Of course not! Everyone has come to conclusions based on ALL their life's experience. If I could possibly know all the things that someone had experienced... all their beliefs, all their education, all their exposure to other's opinions, everything they've read, all the TV they've watched, etc, etc...for their entire life, which led them to their conclusion... I would see how they think they ARE right! The fact that you and I can have radically different conclusions about the same subject is, well... sort of crazy! We both could be looking at a glass on the table and have such different opinions about it that it comes to violence. This is the force and the lunacy behind all