Self-Improvement and Interesting Knowledge

The world can seem all mixed up when we first look at it with our adult eyes. It can make us feel like we are stuck in a big mess with no way out. I have written extensively about the nature of these ‘cages’, as I call them, and how the general organization of the world is designed to limit human potential.

There is indeed a force out there, something akin to a gravity, that settled upon this world a long time ago and is largely responsible for the current state of things. A long time ago, we weren’t like this; we were not static objects, little automatons following the dictates of a cog universe. Instead, in that forgotten past, we were magical things, unbelievable things, creatures without boundaries.”

But for better or for worse, here we are, and while things may seem hopeless, the reality is that the world is constantly leading us out of our cages. You might say that even that dark gravity I mentioned can become an ally, and indeed, it has become a helping force in a way. There is an incredibly powerful collection of entities (which I call an oversoul collective) that is out there using that very gravity to excite an evolution within us, which has the potential to take us even farther down an evolutionary process that may even allow us to surpass those magical beings we once were.

That positive evolutionary force is like a light, surrounding and being part of everything. It makes up the very fabric of our existence, and the glow from it is blinding. But in order to see that light, you must use different eyes, and in order to understand its power, we must learn to recognize and tap into the world’s guidance, into the guidance that this light provides for us. Doing this is an incredibly easy thing, yet for most of us, because we have become so indoctrinated by the gravity of this Earth, it can be the hardest thing in the world.


Following Your Joy and the “Path of Greatest Excitement”

The weight of the world has been pounding down on us from the day of our birth. At first, as children, this weight does not seem so harsh. There is joy and freedom within us when we first begin this journey as physical beings, and it is obvious to see; children are full of bubbling energy, and most of them seem to shine in a hard-to-describe way. Wherever they look, they don’t see cages, but instead, they see mysteries and possibilities.

But as we age, that gravity pulls against us more and more, and the world seems to close around us. Soon, we lose sight of the mystery, and of the grand splendor to be found in endless possibilities. We lose our imagination, and we begin the journey towards static object-hood. What is essentially happening is that we lose sight of the light that is the true source of our being. In the end, many people lose the battle against the gravity of the world. Having no new recourse, not understanding or truly trusting themselves, they eventually lose sight of the light within them completely and settle into the routine that their lives have become.

And yet, the light within us will never be extinguished, even in those last moments. We shine; it never gives up, and at any moment, and at every moment, we can become the shining, glorious thing we were meant to be.

Right from the start, people are trying to tell you who you are and what you’re supposed to be. There is no malice in them; most people are trying to help. But having lost sight of that glorious light within them, oftentimes their advice is not great advice at all.

But the greater world, although it may have its twisted aspects, has its source in that light I keep mentioning, and is constantly trying to guide us towards our greatest self. And interestingly, all you have to do, as absurd and common as it has now become to hear in this ‘New Age’ world, is to just follow your joy.

How sad that is, think about it. Someone says that all you need to do to find who you are, the best version of who you are, is to follow your joy, and yet most people may find such a statement trite, childish, or childlike even. Why is that?

Simple: they have grown up in a world where everyone tells them just that. If they look at the world through the eyes of limitation and the gravity that pulls down on us, then all they will see is hardship and difficulty. They will be told that to get anything done, they must work impossibly hard, do things they don’t want, and follow the rules of the land. This is rationality, the limited excuse for the logic or theology of the times.

Such a person might be told to be rational, to grow up, to just look around and use their common sense. Some might tell them, “All you have to do is just look around; this is a dog-eat-dog world. If you truly want to get ahead, you’d better just get used to pain, because this is a world of pain.”

But what if you were to totally ignore that message? There is a counter to that, usually well-meaning. “If you don’t do what we say, and you just flounder around for the rest of your life just doing what you like, you’re going to end up as some basement dweller, living the rest of your life on the couch, bloated and ill of health.

So, let’s give it a try, let’s test that theory. If you just start doing what you want right at this moment, are you just going to flounder around doing nothing at all? Will you soon end up homeless, jobless, and a sad marshmallow on the surface of this planet?

Well, this is where you need to understand the difference between the myriad voices within you. Specifically, you need to understand the difference between the voices of light and the voices of gravity. Believe it or not, it is the gravity that’s going to turn you into the marshmallow, and it is the light that will turn you into the best version of yourself. This is the problem with most of the advice out there when it comes to following your joy or whatever else. There’s this mixing up of energetic truth, a comingling, a half-truth, as to how it’s told.

So how do you do it properly?

Start where you are and begin to follow your joy, in other words, begin to follow the light within you now, here, where you happen to be right now. That light will not want you to run away from those you love, including yourself. That light will not insist that you tell others what to do. That light will not put you in greater difficulty. That light will insist that you begin from where you are, and where you are is the very center of the universe; you are at the center of the universe, and it all begins from here.

How you begin and what you do first is between you and that light; it has nothing to do with me. It begins with a simple dictum: become more yourself, and that’s it. Slowly but surely, just a little more yourself every day, until one day you may find that the person you were and the person you have become are as different as night and day.


The path of greatest excitement

Follow the path of greatest excitement. To do that, you must look within, and without any shame or self-reproach, you must use the joy within you to find your path. As you look at the things that you want to do, the things that you want to accomplish in your life, the things that give meaning and make you want to strive for more and more, does what you are doing right now give you joy?

You may be surprised at your first response, and this is the important part so listen. Most people fall for the half-lie that I mentioned, they comingle the gravity and the light within them, and sometimes it is difficult to know which voice they are hearing. While asking yourself what the joyous thing is, some might tell themselves that their true joy is actually to just run away and do nothing. All sorts of ideas might pop into their heads about having to break some chains that others have put on them, to fight against some evil foe that they have been told is out there, or to start telling others what to do because this is truly the way to success and self-empowerment. But most often, such actions which stem from the thoughts and beliefs that have been pounded into them by the world at large, come from a place of gravity and not joy; they are mixing one voice for the other or they are listening to both at the same time and mixing it all up, so it fits the narrative of the times.

As I have said, conversations that you have with that light are yours alone, so I will try to keep the preaching to myself. But I think you’ll find that true joy does not seek conflict because in the end all such conflict leads to a chaining down of your being. Light wants freedom, it wants ease of action that feels like utter bliss, like you could fall off a cliff and land in delicious cream, twisting and turning and landing perfectly in order to once again discover some new marvel, some new existence beyond belief.

That bliss is a magical way, an enthralling adventure that is forever changing and captivating, constantly challenging you to withstand the incredible power of what might come next. Bliss and relaxation are not the lethargy that you have been taught in this gravity filled world. It’s not some kind of soft cushy gray state where you fall into utter stupor. These are the lies of the gravity!

Following your joy is just that, joy upon joyous changing. And in following it, you are forever moving forward in the direction that is best for you, that allows you to grow larger and larger, and to become more and more the kind of being that something deep within you says is the true you. Such a motion continually fuels more excitement, more adventure in ways that are uniquely your own. And contrary to the rationale found within the midst of this heavy world, this joyous motion will not funnel you into some kind of self-indulgent prison, it will instead open you up to possibilities far beyond anything in the common world.

If you doubt me, look around. The rational skeptic is seldom the genius creator, they are instead the limiters of possibilities.

In order to tune into your joy, you must begin to let go of the voices outside of yourself. From the very beginning, others have been telling you what to do. Most of this advice is given by honest and caring people, if you are lucky. But no matter what it is, learn to listen to that joy within yourself first.

Learn to sit down every day, take a moment to yourself, and just ask yourself what would bring you joy. And when you are listening, truly listen. Learn to identify all of the voices from without, so that you can separate them from that true joy that is yours alone. This is where the co-mingling of gravity and light happens, so you must be very careful in your listening. Pay attention to your joy and your striving for adventure and freedom, and let go of any gravity that seems to come from without, gravity that would have you create conflict instead of moving forward on your own.

Don’t explain yourself to others; the best that you can do for others is just shine with that joy within yourself and allow them to be themselves. Light allows light; anything else is gravity and constriction.


Understanding the World as a Guide

This world is here to guide you, and it has been guiding you from the beginning. How does it do it?

Well, quite simply, we can start at the basics: to get along, you have to get along. There are things that you need, like food, water, and shelter. You are born in this three-dimensional place, and from the very beginning, you are given challenges. The gravity of this world may have you believe that these are horrors, plights, or reasons for self-pity. But the light within you sees them as challenges, as great obstacles to be overcome through joyful adventure.

The great gravity of the world makes everything seem routine, commonplace, and boring. But like some great protagonist somehow transported into a land of high adventure, you are here to meet the challenges of this place and become the great hero you can be. Whether that hero means being an amazing adventurer in the world or your own unique, quiet soul in the shadows of existence.

Tackle each need in this place, each obstacle, like a challenge instead of a problem. See yourself as an adventurer overcoming great odds, and stop thinking like those lost in the gravity of this world want you to think. Become a child again if that is what you feel you must become in order to understand this magical way, and for a while, just pretend that you are indeed some hero in some weird, alien land. Don’t see everything as routine; instead, see it through the eyes of a deluded fool, see everything as an alien in an alien land full of strange and glorious things.

And if you doubt me, if you truly think that this is not a magical land of utter weirdness, then all you have to do is just look at all the irrational things that are around you. Most people can’t see this, like I said, the rational skeptic is lost in a cage that they may never find a way out of. So don’t be that skeptic; instead, look around and see all the weird things that happen to you all the time.

Why is it that upon thinking something, you see that thing somewhere out in the world? What is synchronicity, why is it that things seem to line up either for good or ill as if someone is planning all of it? Why is it that even those who are thought of as being the most rational, the most logical, keep insisting that we live in a simulation?

The world is weird, brimming with impossible things. Don’t accept the rational skeptic’s version; don’t believe in disbelief; instead, find your own truth and doubt everyone. That odd light in the sky, those fleeting shadows, that odd sound, the planets above you, question everything. Find your own truth and fall headfirst into a magical universe.

There are strange things going on right now all around you. Right now, as you are reading this, turn around and look around. There are strange things everywhere!

Strange omens guide you. The world is trying to tell you something; pay attention to that something.

These strange things, these omens, can act as bridges that allow us to get closer and closer to what we desire. And you will find a connection between following that joy within yourself and those strange events. There is a direct connection between those omens and synchronicities, and getting those things that you desire.

If, in following your joy, and while in the joyous state, or at least a relatively happy one for you, you see a strange thing, don’t ignore that. Look around and see where the world is leading you through those odd events. And if it feels right to you, in accordance with the light that shines within you, then follow that path and see where it leads you. Such events can be sort of like doors opening in space-time, like little wormholes leading you from one place to another. If you can learn to pay attention to those strange and odd things, grab hold of them, you will find shortcuts to your life’s desires.


How the World Can Guide Us for Good or Ill

That light within us means that we are light ourselves. That light means that we are creating our reality with the thoughts and intentions that we keep throughout our day. And that is the important part – throughout our day. How many thoughts do you have in a day?

It is a lump sum of those thoughts that makes your reality, and it is the totality of them that makes up your life. To change your life, you need to change those thoughts, but just like doing a thousand push-ups in a day every day, perhaps all day, this seems like an almost impossible task in the beginning.

But how is it that some people can do such things? How is it that some can climb great mountains? How is it that some can seemingly do the impossible and overcome the gravity of just getting started? How do you overcome the inertia of this world?

Generally, and almost without fail, those that can do such things are those that follow their joy. Contrary to the rationale of the world, which is based on the gravity and the darkness that I speak of, you will not find the energy or the kind of stamina that you need through some kind of rigorous and meticulously planned and invented routine. Such actions never withstand the test of time. Eventually, we all become tired of such endeavors, no matter how much self-discipline we have.

But there is a way to move mountains, a way to never run out of impetus or stamina, and that way is to follow the light that most cannot see. That miracle-creating way is to follow the light, to follow your joy.

If we keep thoughts, have thoughts, and ruminate on thoughts that are generally not our own, but the thoughts of others, the dogma of others, then most likely we will be imprisoned within the prison that imprisons them. In order to break out of that prison, you must let go of the dogma of the world, you must let go of the never-ending rationale, the common sense, the gravity that is projected by the world.

Positive outcome simply means that you are getting what you want, and in order to get that, you must follow your joyous path, not the path or the dogma of others. If you are having trouble with this, because you have heard endlessly that somehow your desires are evil, then think of it as following the light. That light feels like light; it feels like pushing through thick brush to find an open meadow full of wonder and amazing sights. It feels nimble, like you could bounce right into the air, it feels like ease and yet not lethargic, but more like bubbling adventure.

Follow that light, and it will lead you to new and unbelievable places that are yours and yours alone to explore. Become more yourself; you are unique, but that uniqueness is nothing to do with shining more than others, or shining in the face of others. That lightness of you is instead an enigma, a living dream, an actual position beyond the dogma and the ‘collective’ driven world that you see all around you.



The world is not easy from the outset, and in that beginning, no matter how hard you try, you may find yourself facing the gravity of others. And that is a worthy challenge, what a great adventure, truly high adventure.

But the guidance from that light can lead you to incredible and unsuspected places. For example, it can show you how to even work with the gravity of the world so that you turn that weight into actual power. There are those who have followed that light into marvelous, unsuspected places and have discovered how to absorb the negativity in the world, and use that overflowing energy to turn that heavy darkness into even greater light. These are the inner alchemists that I talk about in my work, and if you would like to learn how to turn even the greatest darkness into more energy for yourself, that can then be directed towards freedom and greater light, then I recommend the book, ‘Overcoming the Archon through Alchemy‘.

In following that light yourself, you will become an alchemist, you will learn how to turn the lead of the world, the heaviness, into a light that shines brighter than gold. I encourage you to pay attention to the world’s guidance. I encourage you to follow your individual light. That light is a door that is yours alone and leads to a place that is for you alone to see. In finding this place, you will not only find a new, more expanded reality beyond perhaps even your greatest imagining, you will also find many of your greatest desires manifested as well.

Throughout my work, I have written extensively on various topics that can sometimes blur the line between alchemy and science. In doing so, I have often tried to explain alchemical terms and beliefs in a way that is more accessible to modern readers. To achieve this, I have frequently had to interchange terms or provide modern definitions for alchemical perceptions.

One such term is the alchemical notion of the Black Sun. A reader, for instance, recently asked me about the relationship between the Black Sun and black holes, which I discuss extensively in my book, “The Way of the Death Defier.” In that book, I explore complex topics that have led me to redefine the perception of inner alchemists and seers in a way that aligns a little better with modern cosmological theory.

The reader’s questions were insightful and intriguing, and I believe that in answering them I can help others better understand the perceptions of inner alchemy. The majority of his questions centered around the concept of the Black Sun. For example, he was fascinated by the idea of the Black Sun being a singularity at the center of the Milky Way galaxy, and he was surprised to learn that such a singularity indeed exists in accordance with modern scientific theory, specifically Sagittarius A*. However, he noted that, according to modern cosmological theory, Sagittarius A* is too small to have a gravitational effect on the solar system, and could therefore not be responsible for some of the effects I describe in my work. Instead, he pointed out that the theoretical concept of Dark Matter is now used to explain the source of the gravity responsible for holding the galaxy together. This discovery sparked his curiosity about the relationship between Dark Matter and inner alchemy, and its alchemical significance.


Let me begin by stating that the following response and descriptions reflect my personal seeing as an inner alchemist. It should be noted that I am not an expert in physics or a similar field, and some of the nuances expressed in this response may be unique to me. Consequently, while my views might align with those of other inner alchemists, there are specific perceptual distinctions that belong to me alone.

So, in accordance with the perceptions of inner alchemy, there indeed exists a black hole, which I refer to as a Black Sun, at the center of the Milky Way galaxy. Moreover, it is also the perception of inner alchemists that there is a Black Sun of vast proportions at the center of the known universe, and I refer to this grand totality as The Great Black Sun.

Indeed, in accordance with these perceptions (generally held by most inner alchemists), there exists a singularity or black hole, using current terminology, at the core of every galaxy and every substantial cluster of light within the expanse of the vast cosmic sea. Therefore, every visible galaxy possesses a black hole at its center, not just the Milky Way, and there is one colossal singularity at the heart of all known space.

Each Black Sun at the core of every cluster of light (every galaxy) is connected to the immense maw that resides at the center of all known space. In some ways, you could say they are one entity, yet there are countless variations of this incalculable singularity. These interconnected Black Suns (black holes) radiate and pulsate, representing a complex interplay of inward and outward motion, following cycles of relative time and adhering to their respective spatial dimensions.

Describing this phenomenon through words is challenging, because the concept of size or location pertaining to such singularities defies conventional definitions within the general framework of existence according to current human temporal and spatial understanding.

Nevertheless, this phenomenon extends further, because I must also point out that within every square inch of space, there can be said to exist numerous Black Holes or very small singularities, each pulsating in accordance with that great beating heart, The Great Black Sun, residing at the heart of known space.


Before proceeding further, I would like to address this question: What are the perceptions of inner alchemists? Where do they originate from?

These perceptions are derived using internal sensory mechanisms, which I often refer to as the “inner senses” or the “inner feeling sense.” This inner feeling sense is accessible to anyone who dedicates sufficient personal attention to its attainment. I have discussed this concept in numerous books, including The Way of the Death Defier. In that particular work, I provide detailed instructions on how to employ the inner feeling sense to perceive phenomena beyond description.

By harnessing the inner feeling sense (also known as “seeing”), an inner alchemist can transcend physical limitations and gain direct perception of things that lie beyond the confines of modern rationality.

As I said, these are perceptions of inner alchemists, described in a way that is flavored ‘let us say’ by the particular intent of the house or current that I am a part of. In no way do I mean to say that these are truths, because such things (truths) are incredibly hot topics within the human world, and they are the source of so much conflict. As such, I have always invited my readers to learn to use the inherent capabilities within them and using their mastery of such techniques, I challenge them to prove me right or wrong in accordance with their own direct perceptions. I am not here to expound dogma, something that others must supposedly take as fact just because I said so; some kind of authority figure said so. Instead, I hope that these words are like a spring board of sorts to help you and inspire you to develop your inherent powers so that you are stirred to find your own truth, and to know for yourself directly the nature of this mysterious universe.

I think that it is very important to mention my lack of any kind of “physics” authority because I will most likely be saying a number of things, and have said a number of things already, that are not going to appeal to everyone. But this is a good thing. It is this inherent drive within all of us to be a bit of a devil’s advocate, and to question everything, that is such a marvelous instinct in humanity that should never be shunted. But it is my hope that in countering my ideas, you don’t just repeat what some supposed authority figure said, the latest theories in physics for example, but that you instead try to discover your own truths beyond such authority or my own crazy rambling.


With that out of the way, let me continue.

As mentioned, the reader says that astrophysics now posits that there is indeed some kind of singularity at the center of the Milky Way galaxy, which is called Sagittarius A*. He also says that in accordance with the latest calculations and theories, astrophysicists posit that such a singularity has no true gravitational effect on us. And interestingly, the reader brings up the notion of Dark Matter, which is if I understand correctly, a needed invention let us say, that must be created in order to reconcile modern physics’ inability to understand gravity, the great binding force of the cosmos.

So, in one-way scientific fact says that, this singularity that they have calculated might exist, cannot affect us gravitationally, but at the same time they do not understand gravity so they must hypothesize dark matter, in order to try to explain the complicated nature and the gravitational cohesiveness of the cosmos.

Well, in accordance with the perceptions of inner alchemists, as I mentioned above, the world is indeed full of singularities of different sizes that are responsible for all the cohesion that dark matter is supposed to explain. In some ways you could say that dark matter represents the now perceivable consequences of the many singularities that are perceived by inner alchemists.

It is these unperceived singularities, these mini black suns, existing in every square inch of space, that are responsible for the gravitational lensing and therefore the galaxy clustering and the large-scale structures that are currently perceivable by the outer senses and outer contraptions.

I say this because, as the reader astutely points out, according to current theory, the distant singularity at the center of the Milky Way has no gravitational effect on us. However, in accordance with the direct perceptions of inner alchemists, these scientific theories are incorrect.

Let me explain.

The Great Black Sun, which is the great chaos at the center of all known space, emits emanations like a true sun emitting light. These emmanations extend across time and space and are concentrated in large clusters at the center of every galaxy, and these emanations also exist in a less dense arrangement within every square inch of space. The emanations from the great Black Sun spread across all known space. These emanations have different densities of concentration. At the center of all light clusters, we can find a large density of such concentrations that can be perceived as a large singularity, and it is in this singularity that the gravitational pull from the cluster of emanations is responsible for the cohesion of galaxies.

And beyond this, the emanations from The Great Black Sun are also scattered across all known space, albeit less densely. This means that every square inch of space is full of microscopic, indeed nearly imperceptible singularities, and it is these singularities that are now referred to as dark matter, in accordance with current scientific theory.

In accordance with these perceptions, there is an immense, titanic chaos of immeasurable proportions at the center of all known space, the Great Black Sun. From this central point, emanations radiate outwardly to assemble singularities at the center of each galaxy, and these emanations extend further, so that within every square inch of space, you can find numerous singularities that are too small to be detected using current technologies.

It is the combination of the totality of the emanations from The Great Black Sun that is responsible for all life and death within this dimension. The Great Black Sun, therefore, is both the giver and taker of life, and its emanations can be seen as the laws by which every single living thing in the entire perceivable cosmos lives and dies.

Each one of the singularities, whether it is the large ones at the center of each galaxy or the tiny ones that exist in every square inch of space, beat like a heart. They go through a cycle of contraction, which might be perceived as a black hole in accordance with modern general relativity terms, and then to an expansion cycle where these singularities expel energy like an energy-emitting geyser. And it is these tiny singularities in every square inch of space that are responsible for the movement of energy both within this known physical space and also across other dimensions, unknown spaces.

This brings us to the point I made in the book mentioned, which goes counter to the scientific beliefs of modern times. According to the perceptions of inner alchemists, this is not an entropic system, a slowly cooling pie sitting on the windowsill of existence. We will not, according to the perceptions of inner alchemists, turn into some gray goo at the end of time when supposed Maximum Entropy is achieved.

A lowly human, without any of the many contraptions used by modern physicists, when they have been able to train their inherent power to see, can perceive these fluctuations of energy as matter and energy leaving and entering the physical dimension. With great refinement they can even begin to perceive these infinitely small and infinitely large singularities, the emanations from The Great Black Sun, that are responsible for moving energy across dimensions.

Such individuals can then perceive directly that energy is always entering and leaving the system both from other points in space and time within this physical dimension (akin to what may currently be called wormholes), AND ALSO from other completely different dimensions beyond perceived physicality! This is very important and controversial because it means that we don’t exist in a kind of closed off bubble, we are instead living in an environment that is sort of like Swiss cheese, with energy constantly leaving and entering space and time. In accordance with inner alchemy, entropy is not real.

And of course, this raises a significant point regarding current perceptions of time and space. In accordance with general thought, I believe that most people assume that a single point in space is identical to a different point in physical space, dimensionally speaking. However, in accordance with the perceptions of inner alchemy, each point in space can be considered to be slightly different, or perhaps more accurately, a slight variation, within dimensions. What I mean is that each point in space is akin to a slightly different dimension to some degree, and the farther apart two points in space are, the greater the difference in dimensional parallax. I mention this because there are significant complications in attempting to explain the effects of gravity across vast distances. The farther one travels from a reference point, the greater the difference between dimensions, and thus the greater the difference perceivable by the observer, which is directly related to gravity because gravity has a significant impact on certain aspects of perception.

These perceptive differences are very obvious using outer instruments and the outer senses. In many ways, I would say that this is an almost insurmountable obstacle to overcome using just the physical senses. Even using the inner senses, they can be incredibly challenging, but they can be eventually overcome as the seer is able to master their inner senses.

This is important because it will explain a great many things, as physics learns to expand its perceptions. To give you an example, and this is an incredibly hot topic that will most likely get me into a bit of trouble with some, but it is the best example that I can think of. Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that the Earth and the planets that we see around us, are not shaped how we think they are; they are not what we think they are.

I tried to cover this topic as best I could in the video:

You can check that out if you like. But in essence, I could say that the Earth is neither round nor flat but exists within a fluctuating paradigm, a kind of parallax of existence, if you like, in accordance with the perceiver’s position in space-time and the size of the perceiver. I mention this because this parallax of perception not only defines how we perceive the Earth but also how we can perceive the emanations of the Great Black Sun.

The Earth is neither round nor flat; it is both in a sense, and can be a combination of many different shapes from the perceiver’s point of view, in accordance with the perceiver’s position in space and time, and in accordance with the perceiver’s general mass (including the mechanical contraptions available to a perceiver in any relative point).

The greater the mass, the larger the object, in a sense, and this is another odd bit of perception that physics still must deal with, I believe. It has to do with not just how gravity is perceived but also the location of a particular thing within any particular dimension. Size and distance are not truly understood yet.

The understanding of size is the key to, first, the warping of space to move within the parallax of a certain dimension (moving from one point in space-time within the ‘physical’ dimension) and then to finally moving across dimensions to whole other worlds. I hope you understand what I mean; this is a very difficult topic for me to try to put into words, and it must be an even harder topic for you to understand using my odd little metaphors.


So, after all of that, I hope I have answered some of your questions and I have piqued your interest so that you might challenge yourself to learn about these “inner senses” that I speak of, and in that way, you can discover your own truth.

To summarize, I could say that Inner alchemists can “see” that the Great Black Sun indeed controls all gravity, and that the currently undiscovered portions of this gravitational force emanating from the Great Black Sun are what some now refer to as dark matter.

Perhaps in the future, it may be the case that physics might theorize that there is indeed a center to the yet incalculable cosmos, and that at the center of the cosmos, there is an as-yet undiscovered singularity. They might, in the end, perhaps even agree with inner alchemists in believing that in this infinitely dark sea, the clusters of light they refer to as galaxies might be held in place and structured in accordance with the great gravitational waves emanating from this largest singularity. Perhaps then, they may finally understand the riddle of dark matter.

You are born into this world, and from the very beginning, there’s somebody trying to tell you what to do. If you are lucky, they are trying to be helpful, caring, adoring. And most of it is highly useful. Whether it is parenting, mentoring, or teaching, most people are trying to help others by passing on their acquired knowledge of the world.

Many of them will tell you right off, “we have been around longer than you, we are older than you, we have gone through all this trauma or through all of this education, and that gives us our right, a concerned right, to do the right thing, and to tell you how it is.”

But the world changes, is changing, so quickly. It is changing so quickly in fact that it is starting to reveal an interesting dilemma with increasing speed. That dilemma is the fact that some of that experience, some of those supposed laws of being, of reality, are proving themselves wrong and ineffective. The world is moving so fast, and things are changing so quickly, that things that may have been considered unalterable law just a few decades ago, have now been turned on their head. Recent past experience, anyway, seems to have been overturned by new laws, new ideas, a new science, and a speeding-up world that seems beyond the recent pasts normal.

Some might say, “oh, the world seems like this now because you modern people have gotten so soft, because the world is so much different. But just see what happens when all this changes, all of this will collapse, and you will be back in the Stone Age. And then, well that is when all this experience that I’m telling you about, have been telling you about all your life, well, then all of that will make sense and you will be sorry.”

There are many of us that could say that we have heard such a message, perhaps not stated so plainly, but hidden there in the meaning, in the turn of the phrase. It used to be the typical hidden or overt message that you might hear a grandparent say perhaps, an older person in their senior years blurt out in one way or another as they spoke to the younger generation. And deep within their hearts perhaps, there was this desire for the world to go back to how it used to be, so things would start to make sense to them once again.

But such a message is no longer just something that a person in their senior years might say, it is also something that younger and younger people are starting to say and feel about the world, that the world is changing, that from one year to the next things seem to be moving so quickly. Whether it is fashion trends, ways of thinking, even the science itself, it all seems to be changing from one moment to the next, and as world events and perhaps what might be termed disasters of all sorts move and shake the entire planet, change it over and over again, an increasing minority has begun to lose faith in the unflappable stability and institutions of the past.

Now, depending on your point of view, depending on where you stand on all this change or in the questioning of authority, none of us are safe, young or old, from the need, at an ever-increasing rate, to have to change our world view, to change the way we see the world, and what we believe in. To the average person, such a constant turning and such a constant need to question beliefs and reality might be a bad thing, an unwanted thing. But for an inner alchemist such a thing is par for the course, run-of-the-mill, a kind of routine of breaking routines.

And here we go, yet another handsome perhaps, but wizened type trying to tell others what to do. I may just be lost in the same folly of those codgery types I mentioned. But perhaps some of this advice from an old devil like me might be useful. Heck, it might even be useful for the relatively younger souls, being that as the world speeds up more and more, as the populations grow ever larger, and as those collective minds throw more and more random chaos into the mix of this world, perhaps, even the relatively young might find some of this information useful, being that the world will continue to speed up, more and more, it’s definitely not slowing down any time soon.


The world is getting quicker, it’s changing faster, and what we used to believe to be so stable and so true, no matter what it is, is now on shaky ground. From the point of view of an inner alchemist, this doubling and then doubling again of information and change is natural, inevitable, and expected.

The world is quickening, it is going through a quickening. It is an inevitable upcycle, an increasing crescendo that brings with it a chaotic environment of increasing complexity. That’s what it really is: the world is becoming more complex. The world is indeed becoming more interconnected, interdependent, more elaborate, more complicated, and quicker.

What does this mean?

It means that more and more things are being added to the pot. Think of it just like that – think of it like some giant pot of stew, where the whole planet is one big stew pot. The pot used to have not that much in it; it was a pretty simple stew. But now there is more in there – more people, more knowledge, more stuff. The stew is now thick and complex, with a lot of things churning in the mix.

We humans are just one part of that big stew, that’s true, but we shine like gold. I hate to say it, I don’t want anyone to get a big head, but we are special – our intent is strong, highly creative, and meant to be free and individual, no matter what the world might plan for us.

That makes us, as ingredients in this great stew of reality, very special ingredients indeed. And as our population grows, and as more and more of us turn and churn as a great big soup spoon mixes the stew, as we move across continents and as our environment shifts, we humans have the possibility to change the entire flavor and the entire consistency of the world we live in.

We shine like gold, and we create our own reality. Our thoughts sprout from us constantly, flowing out from us and also within. Each thought is a living thing in its own right, and it intermingles with thought after thought created by others. The world is growing; therefore, it is expanding, the noise increasing, and the vibrations are just a hint of how much bigger we are becoming.


The old world tries to tell everyone that nothing has changed, that it’s all in your head. Sure, there are more people, but that’s all, isn’t that the underlying message we hear now? So, in the end, the old world says to us, that’s all it is: just more people on smart phones recording and talking about their lives, that’s where all the modern weirdness comes from.

But we all know that is not all there is to it. We can feel it – there is a change, an ever-growing change that feels like a quickening. People can feel the strength of thoughts, even if they may not be able to directly perceive them, they can sense that increasing vibration somehow. However, the bureaucracies and established authority figures of the times keep repeating, nothing’s changed, everything is the same. It’s just that now everybody has a smart phone that can videotape the silliest things they see. But we all know that there is increasing weirdness all around us now. All you have to do is look at the sky for any period of time, and you will see some strange thing that you have never seen before. And if it’s not you who sees it, then it’s a hundred, a thousand other people recording, indeed recording, on those amazing little smart phones – those monoliths, as Stanley Kubrick called them, those incredible little screens that can both record and project. There, for all to see and for all to share, the weirdness of the world seems to be growing. It’s as if something is cracking at the seams, perhaps the very fabric of reality itself, and from all those small cracks, weirdness seems to be flowing out. And what that means is that an ever-growing number of people are in a mess, that an inner alchemist considers to be a step forward, a step towards transmutation, evolution, positive change. Because to truly begin to question your reality, to truly question it for the first time in a serious way, well, that’s the first step towards a bigger and greater you.

But what do you do about it? How do you move forward when the world appears to be cracking at the seams? How do you integrate the ever-increasing weirdness of the world in a positive and safe way?

If you can’t trust the authority figures of the past. If you can’t trust the once predictable stability of the world. Who can you trust?


Well, you must begin, perhaps for the very first time, to truly trust yourself.

Now, let me know if I overstep and sound like one of those know-it-all types trying to tell you what to do. And it might even sound like I’m invoking some kind of wise-from-experience or authority badge. And if it sounds like that, I apologize.

My way, and what I’m trying to describe to you as a kind of new doing, or rather, as a kind of undoing to be more precise, is not a dogma that you’re supposed to follow blindly and unquestioningly. Instead, I want you to question, to question everything, even me and what I say.

I’m not trying to tell you what to do; instead, I’m trying to show you how to discover yourself, your true self, if that’s what you want to do and you’re looking for a way to start such a journey.

I’m not saying that from now on you must believe this in order to move forward. I’m instead trying to say that you may want to try this way of looking beyond the cages of today. And if it resonates with you, if you get some of the results you seek, then maybe, you may be interested in the way of, no way.

And I am working up to telling you that my way of no way is not a recent way; it’s not a recent fad or a current, accepted scientific law. It’s not even something fully known or understood within the bounds of recorded history, spanning the last two or three thousand years or so. It is instead an ancient tradition. It is a system of expansion, transcendence, evolution, and transmutation that was and has been around even before the last human quickening, the last upcycle, and the last great speeding up of humanity. This house has “seen” it all come and go.

It’s an older, more encompassing way, but not an authority, not any kind of authority. In essence, the whole point of this form of being that I like to term inner alchemy is so beyond any cage that, to the average person, an inner alchemist seems to be nothing, nobody. But this is just an illusion of the outer physical senses, because inside, if you could perceive such a nobody with inner senses, then you could “see” that such a person is far from ordinary, that they are, in fact, quite extraordinary and powerful in a hard-to-define way.

And at best, inner alchemy can, hopefully, be a beacon to some, a kind of herald or light in a dark sea. And those heralds are, as I said, part of a house, a structure of sorts beyond physical structuring, that I have termed inner alchemy, and that light has been around for longer than recorded history and has been witness to even a cycle of growth and change as big as the one that we are now partaking in.


So, how does an alchemist handle such change, such a crescendo of increasing complexity? How do they survive the coming singularity?

Well, what they do is this: they stop looking outside of themselves for answers and instead begin to look within. As they do so, they create in themselves and of themselves a highly organized edifice. By ‘organized’, I don’t mean a typical building, like a castle. A better way to say it would be that not every castle looks the same; not every palace of the mind is some cookie-cutter stamp, identical to every other. Instead, each structure, each palace of the mind, is highly unique and different – either a finely crafted garden or chaotic jungle. Each an individual thing, a personal creation.

So, instead of looking without, instead of trying to find answers in the next economic theory, fashion trend, scientific breakthrough, or the latest theology, an inner alchemist turns his back on all such dogma and established bureaucracy, and begins to look within themselves for all the answers to all the questions they’ve ever had.

They take it for granted from the start that they are bigger, far bigger, on the inside than they could ever be on the outside. They take it for granted that they are graceful beings, with access to all the information they could ever really need within themselves. They take it for granted that there are greater aspects of themselves – unsuspected aspects, unsuspected dimensions of existence within themselves – which, if looked at properly, can answer all their real questions.

This turning point may be a bit odd to your old self at first. For that reason, it’s best to take it slow, allowing yourself to naturally transition away from authority figures outside and towards the greater knowing within. And as always, the world is there to help us, if only we understand how its helping hand works.

This is the simplest thing, this helping hand from the world, its natural and far less complex than some would have you believe. By that I mean that as the world becomes shaky all around you, as you begin to see the cracks of weirdness yourself, instead of trying to find answers from authority figures without – even me – you instead close your eyes, and for a while in your day, use inner senses to look within. So, just allow the world to reveal your own reality to you, through your personal life and what you find odd, what you feel needs a bit of personal answers, and progress from there, slowly, following your own pace and your own personal desires.

This is not a difficult thing. It just takes patience and a desire to find answers. And aren’t you looking for answers?

Well, that’s a good start. As a codgery inner alchemist, let me tell you this: the only thing you can really learn from without is how to begin your journey as you travel within. Once you know the basics and have a beacon or herald giving you the slightest inkling of which direction to go, then all the answers are really within you.

And once within, you must secure that knowledge that’s yours. This means learning to create that strong new edifice within yourself so that you can withstand the great tide of change all around you. Because such a tide is just that – like a wave of water or a wind that strikes against you and tries to push you in different directions. If you let it, that tide will turn your focus away from your inner knowing and push you out of your personal edifice, and before you know it, you’ll be at the mercy of some external trend or outside authority. But with that inner castle you’ve built for yourself – that ever-growing palace within your mind – you can use that structure as a shelter from the great tide and from the great, ever-increasing weirdness that will not stop, must grow, and will continue to grow as the years progress until finally we all hit a crescendo.

However, no matter where you are in time or space, that palace will serve you well because eventually you will realize that you have always been within an infinite sea – infinitely dark, but also marvelously beautiful. You will eventually understand that you are surrounded by infinity.

In the past, I’ve referred to this looking within as a kind of projection, the art of the projectionist. And I’ve referred to that inner edifice as the Logos. Another term for this might be called a mind palace, and you can think of it as creating your own world beyond the definitions and constricted laws and ideas of the average human world.

Another way to describe this might be to say that the logos is the development of a true logic beyond the simplistic rationality that tends to be defined by a poor implementation of Occam’s razor: “keep it simple, silly, because anything else is not true, so trust the sanctioned authority figures of the world and in that way assure yourself of an easy life, an easy path.”

But as your cage begins to expand, as your cage is forced to expand due to the great quickening of the world, and you begin to see things beyond the narrow reality tunnel of the past, you must begin to structure that reality by creating your own personal idea map of the world. This personal idea map must be flexible, extremely logical (based on the fine art of causality and personal perceptions), and strong enough to withstand the expanded perceptions to come.

We’ve already created a personal logos for the average world, the past world. We had a lot of help in creating this logos from our parents and all the other authority figures that we had as children. But that old logos is becoming obsolete in these modern and chaotic times, and as we delve deeper into the expanded world beyond the mundane and object-driven reality of the past’s rational skeptic, we must begin to develop an expanded worldview – one that can withstand the complexity of this ever-churning stew of gold and glitter.

It’s not an easy task in the sense that it takes your individual personal choice and desire to engage in this new way of doing things. You must focus your attention on the desire for true answers and personal stability. You must focus on that desire until the impetus comes from within yourself to act, and then you must do by acting in a way that not many sanctioned bureaucracies would recommend, which is to close your eyes and look within.

In a way, this new kind of doing is an undoing, and it’s easy to learn the preliminary steps. You may be surprised just how easy it is for you – almost like an old instinct. If you’d like to learn more about this way of finding answers and about how to create your own highly individual logos, then I recommend the book ‘The Way of the Projectionist.’ In that book, I will show you how we must systematically cube everything in our lives. This involves systematically looking at everything with a detached perspective, using causality and logic as our personal tools as we look deeper and deeper within ourselves, until we find our own answers and begin to create a map of our own personal world – far beyond, the static and ever more constricting worldview that the bureaucracies of the Earth would have us believe is the only real thing.

The world is a boundless library, with pages upon pages of mysteries waiting to be unraveled, secrets hidden within the lines of history, and stories waiting to be told. Yet, despite our best efforts to decipher the codes of existence, we often find ourselves standing at the threshold of the unknown, hesitant to take the first step into the uncharted territory of the unfamiliar. Our perception, like a ray of light cast into a darkened room, can only illuminate a small corner of the vast expanse, leaving the rest shrouded in shadows.

The unknown beckons, a siren’s call to set sail on the open and sometimes dark waters of possibility. Like a treasure map, it holds the promise of discovery, of secrets waiting to be unearthed, of a life beyond the normal and the routine. The thrill of the unknown is what drives us, what propels us forward, and what allows us to write our own story. Embracing the uncertainty, the mystery, and the unknown is an invitation to grow, to evolve, and to transcend. Let us chart our own course, and make our mark on the world. For in the depths of the unknown, we will find the opportunity to become the best versions of ourselves. This is so because our true self can only be discovered in places that lie beyond the ordinary. As I discuss in my book, The Art of Transmutation, everything that is true and real – our true self – can only be found in the unconventional, often overlooked areas and the vast, seemingly empty liminal spaces that surround the odd corners of existence.


The Limitations of Our Perception

Our perception is like a narrow beam of light, illuminating only a small part of the world. It is a limited window into the vast expanse of reality, a snapshot of a moment in time. Our senses and imagination are the instruments that filter and interpret this information, shaping our understanding of the world. However, this filter is inherently flawed, and our perception is limited by its own biases, assumptions, and experiences.


Our understanding of reality is like a small drop of water in an ocean, a single moment in time in the vast expanse of human history. We can only see a small slice of the world, a tiny fragment of the infinite possibilities that exist beyond our immediate experience. We are like sailors on a ship, navigating the choppy waters of life, but unable to see the shores that lie beyond the horizon. Our perception is bound by the constraints of our senses, our imagination, and our understanding, limiting our ability to truly grasp the nature of reality.


Our attempts to fit the unknown into rules and frameworks can actually limit our understanding of the world. We try to categorize and label the unknown, to fit it into neat little boxes and compartments. But this process of categorization is inherently reductionist, reducing the complexity and diversity of the world to simplistic and oversimplified concepts. We are like children trying to put a square peg into a round hole, forcing the world to fit into our preconceived notions and expectations.


Our perception is also influenced by our emotions, our values, our experiences, and most importantly our expectations (our beliefs). Our emotions color our perception, making us see the world through a distorted lens. Our values and beliefs shape our understanding of reality, filtering out information that contradicts our worldview. And our experiences, both personal and collective, shape our perception of the world, often unconsciously influencing our thoughts and actions. We are like artists painting a picture, but our brushstrokes are influenced by our emotions, our values, and our experiences, making the picture less objective and more subjective. They transform our supposed masterpiece, our self and individuality, into a monotonous routine, a carbon copy of our neighbors’ lives, thereby reducing us to a mere pod creature, a being possessed by the prevailing memes of the time.


Our perception is also limited by our language and our culture. Our words and phrases are like boxes that contain our thoughts and ideas, but these boxes are finite and limited, unable to capture the complexity and nuance of the world. Our culture is like a filter that shapes our perception, influencing what we see, what we hear, and what we believe. We are like travelers navigating a foreign land, struggling to communicate and understand the local customs and language.


Our perception, when shaped by constricted and controlled senses, is a limited and flawed instrument, shaped by our limited imagination, emotions, values, experiences, language, and culture. It is a filter that distorts and reduces the world, making it seem smaller and more manageable than it actually is. But when it is freed from the narrative of the times it can become a powerful tool that can be used to explore, to discover, and to understand the world. By recognizing the limitations of our perception, we can strive to expand our understanding, to push the boundaries of our knowledge, and to see the world in all its glory. A world that remains hidden from most, which can only be discovered beyond the confines of our socially constructed cube, a realm that transcends the boundaries of the prison walls erected by the woefully accepted ruler(s) of the Earth.


The Power of Embracing the Unknown

The unknown is not something to be feared, but rather something to be celebrated. It is the unknown that holds the key to innovation, to discovery, and to growth. When we embrace the unknown, we open ourselves up to new possibilities, new experiences, and new perspectives. We become like the explorers of old, venturing into the uncharted territories of the world, driven by curiosity and a sense of adventure.

Embracing the unknown allows us to break free from the constraints of our limited understanding, to transcend the boundaries of our knowledge and experience. It is the unknown that has led to some of the most significant breakthroughs in human history, from the discovery of new lands and cultures to the development of new technologies and ideas. It is the unknown that has driven humanity to push the boundaries of what is thought possible, to challenge the status quo, and to create something new and original.

When we embrace the unknown, we also open ourselves up to the possibility of failure. But it is in this failure that we often find the greatest lessons, the most profound insights, and the most significant breakthroughs. Failure is not the end, but rather a stepping stone to success, a chance to learn, to grow, and to evolve. It is the unknown that has led to some of the most significant failures in human history, from the collapse of empires to the failure of grand schemes, but it is also the unknown that has led to some of the most significant successes, from the rise of new civilizations to the development of new technologies.

Embracing the unknown also allows us to connect with others, to form new relationships, and to build new communities. It is the unknown that has brought people together across cultures, across borders, and across time, to share in the human experience, to learn from each other, and to grow together. It is the unknown that has led to some of the most significant collaborations, from the joint ventures of scientists and artists to the global partnerships of nations and organizations.

Embracing the unknown is a powerful force that can unleash our creativity, imagination, and potential. It is the enigma that has inspired the greatest works of art, from novels to symphonies to paintings, and it is the mystery that has driven the most revolutionary innovations, from the development of new technologies to the creation of new business models. It is the unknown that has led to some of the most groundbreaking breakthroughs in human history.

Challenging the boundaries of our perception and beliefs is the ultimate catalyst for change, innovation, and growth. It is the unknown that holds the key to limitless possibilities, experiences, and perspectives. It is the unknown that has driven humanity to push the boundaries of what is considered possible, to question the status quo, and to create something entirely original and unique.


Expanding Our Perspectives

Expanding our perspectives is essential to embracing the unknown and unlocking the full potential of our minds. It is the ability to see beyond the horizon, to gaze into the vast expanse of the unknown, and to grasp the infinite possibilities that lie beyond our immediate experience.


When we expand our perspectives, we open ourselves up to new ideas, new experiences, and new ways of thinking. We begin to see the world from different angles, to understand different beliefs, and to appreciate different perspectives. We become more empathetic, more attuned to the flow of life, and more oddly logical, as we recognize that this complex reality that we are a part of is beyond mere common reason.


Expanding our perspectives also allows us to break free from the constraints of our own biases, assumptions, and experiences. We begin to question our own beliefs, to challenge our own assumptions, and to seek out new information and new insights. We become more curious, more inquisitive, and more open-minded, as we recognize that there is always more to learn, more to discover, and more to experience.


Expanding our perspectives opens up a world of possibilities for our creativity, imagination, and potential. We start to see the world as a vast, untouched wilderness, waiting for us to blaze our own trail, to forge our own path, and to leave our own mark on the land. We become more innovative, more adventurous, and more daring, as we recognize that we have the power to shape our own destiny, to create our own reality, and to make our own impact on the world.


In addition, expanding our perspectives allows us to transcend the parameters of our own limitations, to push the boundaries of what is thought possible, and to achieve greatness. We begin to see the world as a limitless frontier, a vast and endless expanse of possibilities, where we can explore, discover, and create. We become more ambitious, more driven, and more determined, as we recognize that we have the power to achieve our wildest dreams, to make our mark on the world, and to leave a lasting legacy.


Embracing the unfamiliar and the odd is essential for unlocking the full potential of our minds. Our minds tend to create comfortable little prisons for themselves, building walls to feel secure from the infinite complexity of the world. Within these walls, they take shelter from the unexpected and tell themselves constant little lies about their security and immortality. To discover our true selves and break the limitations society has imposed, we must be willing to step outside of these comfort zones.


There is a powerful force out there, a vibrating energy that surrounds all of humanity. This force can be thought of as a resonating frequency created by the desire for comfort and familiarity, or as a ruling force that encourages us to accept limited thinking, laziness, and comfort-driven stupidity. Some people choose to remain within the confines of these walls, while a minority seeks the unknown beyond them. Those who truly wish to find their true selves must venture far beyond the walls of complacency and embrace the storms of the unknown.


A Path Forward

As we delve into the depths of our minds, we find ourselves at the precipice of a realm where the boundaries of our perception are stretched to their utmost limits. It is here, in the liminal spaces, that we are compelled to confront the constraints of our own self-imposed rules, the societal norms that have been imposed upon us, and the limitations of our physical senses.

But it is precisely in this desolate landscape, where the last vestiges of our rational thinking are left to wither and die, that we can discover the true majesty of the universe. The unknown, once a source of terror, becomes a gateway to the hidden recesses of our own consciousness, where the true self lies waiting, shrouded in mystery and secrecy. This is not a journey for the faint of heart, for it requires a willingness to confront the abyssal void that stares back at us, to question the very fabric of our reality, and to venture into the uncharted territories of our own minds.

As we descend into the depths of our own psyche, the shadows begin to take on a life of their own, coalescing into dark, twisted forms that seem to writhe and spiral around us like living serpents. The silence is oppressive, heavy with the weight of our own doubts and fears. But it is here, in this desolate wasteland, that we can discover the true power of our own imagination, and tap into the limitless potential that lies within us.

And as we emerge from the depths of our own minds, we are met with a world that is transformed, bathed in the flickering light of our own imagination. The shadows that once seemed so oppressive now seem to dance and twirl around us, like a dark twisted carousel. The unknown, once a source of terror, has become a gateway to the limitless potential that lies within us. And it is here, in this transformed world, that we can finally discover the true self that lies hidden within, waiting to be unleashed upon the world.

We can break free from the constraints of our own cages, and finally begin to see glimpses of our true self. We can discover the magic that lies within, the magic that has been waiting for us all along, hidden in the shadows, waiting for us to tap into its power. And it is only when we are willing to venture into the unknown, to confront our own fears, and to challenge our own perceptions, that we can finally unlock the true potential of our own consciousness, and discover the true magic that lies within.

If you’re drawn to the mysteries of the hidden realms, and curious about the subtle energies that surround us, then you may find solace in, The Art of Transmutation. This book offers an introduction to the concept of liminal spaces, where the boundaries of rational thought are left behind in order to discover the greater possibilities within all of us. Within its pages, you’ll discover a framework for exploring the unknown, and a practical guide to navigating the threshold between the familiar and the mysterious. Whether you’re seeking a deeper understanding of yourself or the world around you, this book provides an illuminating path to begin your journey. Take the first step into the unknown, and let The Art of Transmutation be your guide.

Imagine a world where everything is a joke, a never-ending circus of clowns trying to outdo each other with their antics. The air is thick with the smell of popcorn and greasepaint, and the sound of laughter and screams of delight fill the air. But beneath the surface of this seemingly carefree world, there’s a sense of unease, a feeling that nothing is quite as it seems. The clowns are constantly juggling balls, spinning plates, and making silly faces, but their actions are mere distractions from the true nature of reality.

You’re not a clown, though. You’re the audience, sitting in the front row, watching the show unfold with a mixture of wonder and skepticism. You’re not a part of the act, but you’re drawn in by the spectacle, mesmerized by the colorful costumes and the bright lights. But as you watch, you start to feel like you’re trapped in a never-ending loop, with the clowns repeating the same antics over and over again. You begin to wonder if there’s more to life than this endless parade of pranks and tricks.

That’s when you realize that there are those who believe they hold all the power, the ones pulling the strings behind the scenes. They think they can control the show, the audience, and even you. They’re the ones who claim to have the secrets, the ones who think they can manipulate reality to suit their own purposes. But do you really want to be a part of their circus? Do you want to be a pawn in their game of control, a mere spectator in their grand scheme?

No, you don’t. You’re here to create your own show, your own reality. You have the power to shape it, to make it magical, and to make it yours. It’s like being an artist, painting your own masterpiece with each stroke of the brush. You’re the creator, the director, and the star of your own show. You’re the one who gets to decide what happens next, who gets to choose the colors, the music, and the characters.

So, don’t let the clowns distract you. Don’t let them steal your focus or your power. Stay true to yourself, and create your own reality. The world is your canvas, and you’re the artist. You’re the one who gets to choose what kind of brushstrokes you use, what kind of colors you mix, and what kind of masterpiece you create.

Imagine a world where you’re not just a spectator, but the main attraction. Imagine a world where you’re not limited by the rules of the circus, but are free to create your own rules. Imagine a world where you’re not just a part of the show, but the show itself. That’s the world you can create, the world you deserve. So, take a deep breath, step out of the spotlight, and start painting your masterpiece. The world is waiting for you.

Crafting Your Masterpiece

Creating your reality in the present moment is like crafting a mosaic, a delicate dance of individual pieces coming together to form a breathtaking work of art. Each decision you make, each thought you think, and each action you take is like adding a single tile to the mosaic, contributing to the overall image. It’s a puzzle, with each piece fitting together to form a complete picture, a masterpiece that is uniquely yours.

Imagine you’re standing in front of a blank canvas, ready to start painting. The first brushstroke sets the tone for the entire piece. It’s the same with your reality. The first thought, the first decision, the first choice you make sets the tone for the entire canvas of your life. It’s like casting the first stone in a pond, creating ripples that spread out and shape the water around it.

As you begin to add more strokes to the canvas, the picture starts to take shape. Each brushstroke is like a decision, each choice a piece of the puzzle. You can choose to add vibrant colors, bold and bright, or subtle hues, soft and gentle. You can choose to add intricate details or bold strokes. The possibilities are endless, limited only by your imagination and creativity.

So, be mindful of your focus. Each decision you make is like adding a piece to your mosaic. Choose your thoughts and beliefs wisely, and your reality will be a masterpiece. Choose carelessly, and it might turn into a hot mess. Don’t let the clowns in the circus dictate your choices. They might try to steer you in their direction, but remember, you’re the artist. You’re in control of your canvas.

As you continue to create, the mosaic begins to take shape. You start to see the outline of your reality, the contours of your life. You can see the beauty, the beauty of the colors, the beauty of the shapes, the beauty of the patterns. You can see the flaws, the imperfections, the rough edges. But you can also see the potential, the potential for growth, the potential for change.

And that’s the beauty of it. You’re not just creating a masterpiece, you’re creating a living, breathing, dynamic work of art. You’re creating a reality that is constantly evolving, constantly changing, constantly unfolding. You’re creating a reality that is uniquely yours, a reflection of your soul, your heart, and your spirit.

Therefore, take your time, take your brush, and start painting. Add a stroke, add a thought, add a decision. See what emerges, see what unfolds. See the masterpiece take shape, see the beauty, see the potential. And remember, you’re the artist, you’re the creator, you’re the one in control of your canvas.

Staying True to Your Vision

Don’t be fooled by the clowns in the world who think they hold all the power. They may try to distract you with their antics, to make you believe that their reality is the only one that matters. But remember, you’re the artist of your reality, the one who shapes your world with every subtle tone of your intention. Focus on the present moment and choose your thoughts and beliefs wisely. Create your reality, make it magical, and don’t let anyone steal your power.

Just as an artist must first see the vision in their mind before they can bring it to life on the canvas, you must first see the reality you wish to create before you can bring it into existence. This is the power of visualization, the ability to see your desires and dreams take shape in your mind’s eye. It’s the spark that ignites the creative process, the catalyst that sets the wheels in motion.

And just as an artist must have the courage to take the first brushstroke, you must have the courage to take the first step towards your desired reality. It’s the moment when you commit to your vision, when you decide to take control of your life and shape it into the masterpiece you’ve always wanted.

Just as an artist must stay focused on their vision, you must stay focused on your desired reality. Don’t let the clowns in the world sidetrack you with their pranks and noise. They may try to steal your attention with their loud voices and flashy tricks, but you must stay true to your vision.

Think of it like a painter staying focused on their canvas. They don’t let the noise of the studio or the chatter of the people around them distract them from their art. They stay focused on the brushstrokes, the colors, and the overall vision they have for their masterpiece.

In the same way, you must stay focused on your vision, your reality, and your desires. Don’t let the clowns distract you with their opinions. Don’t let fear and doubt creep in and steal your power.

Remember, the power is within you. You are the artist, the creator, and the master of your reality. You can shape your world with every decision, every thought, and every action. Don’t let anyone or anything take that away from you. So, stay true to your vision. See the reality you wish to create in your mind, and then bring it into existence. Take the first step, take the next step, and keep moving forward. Don’t let fear or doubt hold you back. You are stronger than that.

Just as an artist must trust their instincts and trust their vision, you must trust yourself and your inner guidance. You must trust that you can create the reality you desire. And just as an artist must be patient and persistent, you must be patient and persistent in your journey towards your desired reality.

Just as an artist must first see the vision in their mind before they can bring it to life on the canvas, you must first see the reality you wish to create before you can bring it into existence. Take a moment to close your eyes, breathe deeply, and imagine the reality you desire. See yourself living in a world that is aligned with your values, your passions, and your dreams. See yourself surrounded by people who support and uplift you, who celebrate your unique gifts and talents.

Just as an artist must have a clear vision of the masterpiece they wish to create, you must have a clear vision of the reality you wish to create. See the colors, the textures, the shapes, and the forms that make up your desired reality. See the beauty, the wonder, and the magic that you wish to bring into the world.

Just as an artist must have the courage to take the first brushstroke, you must have the courage to take the first step towards your desired reality. It may be scary, it may be uncertain, but it is necessary. For it is in taking that first step that you begin to bring your vision into being.

Just as an artist must be patient and allow the painting to unfold, you must be patient and allow your reality to unfold. It may take time, it may take effort, but the results will be worth it.

And just as an artist must continually refine and edit their work, you must continually refine and edit your thoughts and beliefs. You must be willing to let go of what no longer serves you and replace it with something that aligns with your vision.

Remember, the power is yours, and yours alone. Don’t let anyone else dictate what you can and cannot do. You are the artist of your reality, and you are the one who gets to decide what kind of masterpiece you create.

Taking the First Step: The Power of Creation

In this moment, take a deep breath and close your eyes. Allow yourself to let go of any doubts, fears, or worries that may be holding you back. Imagine yourself standing at the threshold of your greatest desires, with the reality you’ve always dreamed of unfolding before you like a canvas awaiting a masterpiece.

See yourself living in that reality, feeling the emotions that come with it. Feel the joy that radiates from within, the freedom that comes with living authentically, and the peace that settles in knowing you’re exactly where you’re meant to be. Allow yourself to fully immerse in this vision, to taste the sweetness of success, and to bask in the warmth of happiness.

Now, take the first step towards that reality. It may seem small, almost imperceptible, but it’s a step in the right direction. It’s the spark that sets the fire of creation ablaze. And as you take more steps, your reality will begin to take shape, like a painter adding brushstroke after brushstroke to a masterpiece.

But beware, for the world is full of distractions, like clowns juggling balls and making a ruckus. They may try to steal your attention, to make you doubt your vision, to make you question your power. Don’t let them.

Remember, your reality is not something that happens to you; it’s something you create. You are the architect, the painter, the conductor of your own life. You have the power to shape your destiny, to mold your reality, to bring your wildest dreams to life.

So, take the first step. Take the second, the third, and the fourth. Keep taking steps, no matter how small they may seem. Keep creating, keep shaping, keep molding. And as you do, your reality will begin to unfold, like a flower blooming in the garden of your mind.

Claim your power and master your universe. You hold the brush, paint, and canvas to create a reality that’s breathtakingly beautiful and awe-inspiring. Don’t let anything or anyone steal your magic. You are the architect of your destiny, crafting a masterpiece that reflects your soul’s essence. Take charge, wield your creative might, and bring your vision to life – a reality that will leave a lasting positive legacy.

Are you ready to peel back the curtain and reveal the mesmerizing show behind the spectacle of the clown world? Do you sense that there’s more to life than the surface-level distractions that surround you? If you’ve caught glimpses of a hidden reality, but yearn to know the secrets of the game, then I highly recommend the book, “Overcoming the Archon through Alchemy“, it’s your ticket to unlock the mysteries of the universe and shatter the chains of limitation.

Within its pages, you’ll discover the true nature of the game, and more importantly, the ancient wisdom to break free from the cycle of chaos and create your own reality as the true artist that you are. Imagine being able to shape the world around you, to manifest your deepest desires, and to live a life that’s authentic and fulfilling. This book is your key to unlocking that potential, and embarking on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual growth.

I often discuss and write about something I believe is best referred to as the ‘inner senses.’ These inner senses, which I often refer to as a heightened perceptual range available to all humans, go beyond just the physical senses we are commonly aware of.

With the development of these inner senses, an individual can cultivate the ability to perceive the vast array of forces and energies that constitute our reality, both on an individual level and as a collective species. In my experience, the most astounding aspect of refining these inner senses is my ability to observe the interconnectedness and thriving awareness that exists all around us. This pervasive consciousness plays a crucial role in maintaining and even nurturing a perfect environment for our expanding perceptions as human beings.

We are indeed fortunate to be surrounded by a conglomeration of energies specifically suited to fostering our potential growth and the expansion of our individuality.

Through the use of these inner senses, it has been and continues to be a great shock—the discovery that the Earth is quite literally a sentient being. This aware and powerful being cradles and supports us. Furthermore, we are not just fleas on a giant elephant’s back; we are an integral part of the Earth. In many ways, it could be said that we are the thinking aspect of nature, and nature is one of the many facets possible within the great cradle of the planet Earth itself.

As an inner alchemist learns to use their inner senses, and as they begin to truly see, they start to understand the great awareness in which they live. This awareness is the Earth itself – this vast planetary system. When this realization becomes infinitely clear through the constant refinement and increased use of inner senses, these inner alchemists find themselves not in an exploitative role, like some supposed bacteria or virus growing on a giant apple. Instead, they discover that we are all not just connected but actually the same thing, all one thing. We are quite literally the thinking aspect of a greater whole. In this sense, we humans are not separate from the Earth; rather, we are the Earth, and it is us. From this perspective, we are not distinct from the Earth, but rather the thinking aspect of this greater sentient organism.

The implications of this perspective are profound. It suggests that the Earth, as a self-regulating system, is capable of caring for itself and maintaining the conditions necessary for life to thrive. From this standpoint, we humans need not take ourselves too seriously as the dominant force on the planet. Instead, we should see ourselves as integral parts of a larger cosmic whole, with a unique role to play in fine-tuning our connection to the Earth and the greater universe. What I am trying to say here is that, since we are the Earth itself – the thinking aspect of it, if you will – caring for it means caring for ourselves. In the best of circumstances, you could think of us as being an organ in a much bigger organism, and as such, our health is completely related to the health of the whole.

Often, we try to position ourselves as the guardians of the Earth, thinking of ourselves in a way that makes us seem superior to the rest of reality and the rest of this planetary system. This perspective can have some positive outcomes if we are willing to take responsibility for the world in which we live. However, if we use this stance and skew it slightly to make ourselves feel superior to the Earth, thinking that only we are truly capable of fixing the Earth and deciding what needs to be done when, then we can find ourselves feeling superior to the natural forces and, may I add, the far more capable forces of the world as a whole.

A great deal of this imposed superiority, which is accompanied by a desire to be in charge and manipulate the Earth, stems from our inherent modern distrust of our unconscious. In the same way that we distrust the unconscious aspects of ourselves, we currently distrust the natural flow of the Earth. Believing that we cannot trust the natural and therefore unconscious forces, we strive endlessly to try to control what we perceive as chaotic and savage.

We will continue to feel disconnected and alone until humanity learns to trust in deeper aspects of itself; until we begin to trust the supposed unconscious within us. By learning to trust these deeper aspects, we will come to see that we flow within a far bigger reality. We are part of a much larger gestalt of being, and as such, we must learn to flow with nature rather than trying desperately to control it with our conscious self.

The moment humanity learns to understand and work with the deeper aspects of itself, we will also learn how to trust in the great and natural forces of the Earth itself.

Now, this does not mean that we are at the mercy of the Earth. This is often the stance of those who demand hyper-focused conscious control over everything, and as a result, they insist on saying that if we do not control nature, then nature will control us.

Learning to use our inner senses and thus seeing the greater reality that we are all a part of, inner alchemists begin to realize that we indeed have control. The nature of this control takes into account the vast array of currents and energies that flow all around us, allowing us to understand at a deep, visceral level that we live in grace. We exist within a graceful world, and the Earth strives to provide the best environment for us. In contrast to the idea that we are somehow surviving in a harsh Darwinian world, we discover instead that we are cradled within nature. If these Darwinian ideas were truly applicable, humanity would have gone extinct long ago.

We are meant to give direction to the Earth, experiencing and seeing its wonders. By determining whether something is good or bad, desired or undesired at any particular moment, we are then responsible for providing these perceptions and further directing the Earth’s path. Our ability to control our attention and focus on empathy, compassion, and a deep reverence for the Earth and all its creatures is key to fostering a more harmonious relationship with our planetary host. By shifting our mindset from dominance and exploitation to one of humble awareness and reverence, we can become the conscious, thinking aspect of the Earth, helping to guide it towards a more sustainable and thriving future.

This perspective also challenges the notion that the Earth is merely a resource to be exploited for human benefit. Instead, it invites us to see the planet as a living, breathing entity deserving our utmost respect and care. By aligning our actions and thoughts with the well-being of the Earth and learning to trust in deeper aspects of ourselves, we can ensure that the planet remains healthy and vibrant. This is not only for our own species but also for the diverse forms of life it supports.

By tuning our awareness and honestly confronting our feelings, both good and bad, we begin to trust in our greater reality. Far from advocating a positivity outlook where all negativity is denied, we instead look at ourselves with complete frankness and honesty. If we feel negativity or if something that happened on Earth has a negative consequence and creates supposedly negative emotions, it is our duty to confront those feelings and understand why such things are happening. By doing so, we confront the negativity and move forward with the understanding that the focus of our attention will eventually lead us to a better outcome.

Incrementally, in every aspect of our lives, no matter how small, we begin to take our place as the true stewards of the Earth. In the smallest ways, we affect the greatest things, and the Earth, our mother, trusts us to follow such an order of action. By focusing on our reality from the smallest things to the greatest things, and then trusting in our unconscious and therefore the greater powers all around us, we focus our attention on where we want to go instead of trying to consciously dominate things to get what we supposedly want. In this way, we begin to flow as opposed to hacking through.

This is a more natural approach, one that begins to trust our inner reality. As we grow and develop new avenues and realities, we begin to see that we can trust those supposedly chaotic and savage forces all around us. As we start to trust in these, we accept our unconscious for what it is – a creative force far beyond anything understandable by the conscious self alone.

Over time, as our trust in the unconscious aspects of ourselves grows, we begin to trust nature and the Earth itself. When this is possible, we lose the sense of being separated from the Earth and begin to unite with it. We come to understand our position in it and no longer feel like we are less than, but truly become far more than we currently are as individuals and as a species.

In the end, you must understand that the Earth is a sentient being. This should be a powerful reminder of our place in the grand scheme of the cosmos. It should encourage us to cultivate a deeper sense of connection and responsibility towards our home planet, using our unique cognitive abilities to help the Earth thrive instead of dominating and destroying it. All such domination stems from our lack of understanding of ourselves and our inability to trust unconscious forces, such as the so called subconscious, which has become an almost taboo subject in the modern age.

By embracing the perspective of inner alchemy, which strives to learn to work with the unconscious self, we can become true stewards of the Earth. We can work in harmony with its natural rhythms and processes to create a more sustainable and fair future for all. And in this future, we are not merely meant to forever be little parts of a greater whole; we are actually being nurtured. Our mother wants us to grow and evolve to become true individual beings, her children. She dreams in a way of seeing us grow and scatter ourselves across the cosmos like seeds. In that way, in the same way that a good parent expects its child to grow and expand beyond itself, the Earth cradles us in our youth and hopes that in the future we may hurl ourselves into infinity. Taking with us on this endless journey, a little piece of the Earth itself, our mother.

If you would like to know more about the incredible power within you, about the unconscious and the struggles of the conscious self. If you would like to learn the discipline of inner alchemy, and learn how to use the inner senses and out to see yourself, then I highly recommend a trilogy of books: The Magnum Opus, The way of the Projectionist, and The way of the Death Defier.

Throughout history, solar eclipses have been shrouded in mystery and intrigue, capturing the imaginations of countless cultures around the world. From dragons swooping down to swallow the sun whole in ancient tales, to mystical rituals believed to ward off dark omens, these celestial events have played a significant role in shaping our understanding of the universe.


In many civilizations, solar eclipses were seen as divine messages from the gods, calling for reverence and respect. Ancient Egyptians thought the sun god Ra was being devoured by the serpent Apophis, while Native American tribes believed their ancestors’ spirits were particularly close during these events. As our ancestors looked to make sense of the cosmos, they wove together stories and symbols that reflected their deepest fears and desires.


Even today, remnants of these ancient beliefs can be found in various cultures. For instance, during a solar eclipse in China in 2009, people performed age-old rituals like lighting fires and banging gongs to scare off the evil spirits blamed for the celestial phenomenon.


As we continue to marvel at these rare and fascinating manifestations, it’s enthralling to reflect on how our perception of solar eclipses has evolved over time – from fearsome creatures swallowing the sun to scientific explanations involving the moon’s orbit and Earth’s rotation. While we no longer attribute eclipses to divine intervention or mystical rituals, their captivating allure continues to inspire us to unravel the mysteries of the cosmos.


Solar eclipses have always been fascinating events, capturing our ancestors’ imaginations with their mysterious aura. As we dive deeper into paranormal teachings and try to better understand our world, we may wonder if there’s something more to these celestial phenomena than just human craziness or ancient superstitions.


Perhaps, our old beliefs, deeply concealed within the symbolism of mythology, contain a hidden truth that we have overlooked. Although they might seem rooted in fear and desire, could they prove our profound connection to nature? Many serious researchers into ancient history have repeatedly highlighted that beyond the external mythology, there are indeed great truths hidden within those metaphorical plays. Like the profound symbolism found in dreams, the narratives, and mythologies of the past hold within them secrets yet to be revealed. It might be time for us humans to reassess our skepticism towards ancient knowledge and trust in the intrusions of the natural world, especially when it comes to celestial phenomena such as solar eclipses.


By embracing these mysteries and seeking to unravel their secrets, we can gain new insights into our universe, and our wholistic connection to all things. As we marvel at these events, let’s not dismiss them outright but instead explore them with an open mind. It’s possible that there’s more to these cosmic wonders than we currently know, and by unlocking this knowledge, we may gain a greater understanding of our place in the universe.


The connection between solar flares and paranormal activity

There’s a captivating interplay between cosmic events and paranormal occurrences. Solar flares – intense bursts of energy from our sun – are believed to impact the supernatural in various ways, offering intriguing insights into the world of ghostly and spiritual encounters.


Solar flares emit powerful energy, like solar X-rays and cosmic radiation, which can energize the Earth’s atmosphere. This surge of energy is thought to provide spirits with an added boost, potentially making them more visible as apparitions. The heightened electromagnetic fields resulting from solar storms are believed to offer spirits a chance to interact more easily with our physical world, leading to an increase in paranormal experiences.


Furthermore, geomagnetic storms caused by solar flares can disrupt the Earth’s magnetic field, creating an environment that might encourage ghostly and spiritual activity. The fluctuations in geomagnetic fields during these events are thought to empower astral beings, allowing them to draw on this energy and become more active and visible.


The alignment of solar activity with paranormal experiences suggests a fascinating connection between cosmic phenomena and the spiritual realm. Solar flares, with their potential influence on Earth’s electromagnetic fields and atmospheric energy levels, may play a role in amplifying paranormal manifestations and interactions. This intriguing link highlights the complex relationship between nature’s forces and the mysteries of the supernatural world, demanding further exploration into the fascinating connection between solar phenomena and paranormal occurrences.


So, solar flares, bursts of intense energy from our sun, can have far-reaching consequences on our planet and its inhabitants. These powerful emissions could impact the magnetic field and atmosphere, potentially leading to dramatic transformations in geological formations and societal structures. When we consider the additional influence of an eclipse – a rare alignment of celestial bodies that momentarily refracts solar radiation – it is not unreasonable to ponder if these cosmic events could lead to significant changes in specific regions.


Could there be a hidden connection between solar flares, the celestial phenomenon of eclipses, and the potential for significant geological and societal changes brought about by the refraction of solar radiation in a particular region?

This is where the mystery of the Black Sun begins. And this intriguing question invites us to explore the fascinating world where cosmic events and human experiences intertwine.


The possibility of such a connection invites us to delve deeper into the mysteries of the universe, seeking answers to how our planet and its inhabitants have been shaped by these celestial forces, these outer titans. As we continue our exploration of the paranormal realm, we may uncover hidden truths that reveal the intricate relationship between cosmic phenomena and the transformative power they hold over our world. In doing so, we can better understand the impact of solar flares, eclipses, and their potential role in driving geological and societal changes, ultimately broadening our knowledge of the interconnected web of forces that shape our lives.


Alien Encounters and Interdimensional Beings

Solar eclipses have long been shrouded in mystery and intrigue, with many believing that they offer a rare glimpse into the supernatural realm. For centuries, people have reported sightings of bizarre creatures and unexplained phenomena during these celestial events, leading some to speculate that the thinning veil between our world and others allows for encounters with beings from other dimensions.


Among these elusive creatures said to emerge during solar eclipses are the enigmatic Lizard Man and Moth Man – reptilian like humanoids that have captivated the imaginations of countless individuals across generations. Some even believe that these cosmic occurrences may open portals to other realms, allowing these mysterious beings to step into our world for a brief moment before returning to the shadows from whence they came.


The Lizard Man

As the sun disappeared behind the moon during the highly anticipated 2017 solar eclipse, the people of South Carolina found themselves on high alert for sightings of a most unusual creature – the fabled Lizard Man. This mysterious reptilian humanoid cryptid has been whispered to roam the swamps and marshlands of Sumter and Lee counties, with many locals claiming to have glimpsed its scaly form in the shadowy depths of these murky waters.


Legend has it that this half-man, half-lizard being is particularly active during celestial events, such as eclipses or meteor showers, when the veil between our world and the supernatural realm seems to grow thin. As a result, many residents in the area found themselves both fascinated and slightly unnerved by the thought of this otherworldly creature potentially emerging from the darkness.


Alien Encounters

But it’s not just legends and folklore that suggest a connection between eclipses and interdimensional encounters – there are also well-documented historical events that support this intriguing theory. One such example is the Kelly-Hopkinsville encounter in Kentucky, which took place during an eclipse back in 1955.


During this bizarre event, a group of partygoers reportedly found themselves locked in a fierce battle with extraterrestrial beings that bore a striking resemblance to creatures from outer space. The harrowing ordeal has since become one of the most famous alien encounter stories in history, fueling theories that these otherworldly visitors make their presence known during solar eclipses – a phenomenon that continues to captivate and mystify us to this day.


As we continue to explore the mysteries of our universe, it’s impossible not to wonder what secrets lie hidden behind the veil of a solar eclipse. Whether you believe in interdimensional creatures or extraterrestrial visitations, there’s no denying that these rare and awe-inspiring occurrences have the power to transport us to realms beyond our wildest imaginations – reminding us just how vast and mysterious the cosmos truly is.


Spiritual Activity and Hauntings

Eclipses have long held a special place in the hearts and minds of those who dare to venture into the realms of the occult – an enchanting world where shadows dance, energy shifts are felt on a cellular level, and psychic abilities are said to blossom like flowers in springtime.


For many practitioners of the arcane arts, lunar eclipses are seen as divine moments when the veil between our world and the ethereal plane is at its thinnest, allowing for heightened psychic abilities to emerge and flourish. It’s said that during these celestial events, one’s intuition becomes sharper, their clairvoyance more pronounced, and their ability to communicate with spirits beyond the veil more profound than ever before.


Conversely, solar eclipses are believed by some to offer a unique opportunity for cleansing one’s life from negative influences – a chance to cast spells that will wash away the darkness and usher in new beginnings. These events are seen as potent times when the energy of the universe aligns in such a way as to amplify the power of any magical workings performed during their brief duration.


Whether you’re an experienced occultist or merely intrigued by the mysteries that lie hidden within these ancient practices, there’s no denying the allure of eclipses – those rare moments when the cosmos seems to conspire in a symphony of light and shadow. As we stand awestruck beneath their mesmerizing glow, it’s easy to imagine ourselves as part of something much larger than ourselves – a tapestry woven from the threads of time, energy, and mystery that span the very fabric of existence itself.


The Black Sun is Upon Us

During a solar eclipse, particularly when witnessing the full coronal ring, there arises an intriguing notion that a door or portal opens up in space and time. This idea becomes all the more captivating if one aligns directly with the eclipse. Such an occurrence holds significant meaning within the realm of inner alchemy and mirrors the direct relationship between us and what is referred to as the Black Sun. In essence, a perfect coronal ring during a solar eclipse represents seeing a Black Sun.


This portal, therefore, is believed to be a direct conduit between the Black Sun in space and the particular point on earth where such complete coronal rings are perfectly visible during a solar eclipse. This connection between the Black Sun and the earth signifies a direct tunnel or bridge being formed between the cosmic creator/destroyer force of the universe and us. Such a link implies great change as a vast amount of cosmic energy is both sent and received from that great outer titan.


This incredibly focused outflow of energy directly from the Black Sun is highly transformative, serving as a portent of coming change. This energy is simultaneously pulling towards it the old while creating fertile ground for the new. Such a cleaving by the Black Sun across the face of the earth signifies a beginning of a great deal of mutation and evolution.


The upcoming solar eclipse appears to have a profound impact on North America and the American continents as a whole. As we await its unfolding events, one thing is certain – great change is imminent.

If you would like to know more about the secrets of the Black Sun, the true nature of our multidimensional reality, and the process of creation and destruction across the cosmos, then I highly recommend the book, The Way of the Death Defier.

Contrary to popular New Age belief, the world out there is not an illusion but rather a reality that far surpasses our comprehension. We often fall into the trap of thinking we understand our surroundings, relying on our senses and the instruments we’ve created to perceive our environment. However, these tools are limited by our cognitive abilities and can even distort our perception of the world around us.

Imagine standing in a dense forest filled with countless species of flora and fauna, yet to be discovered or named. Our eyes might be able to detect the obvious: towering trees, vibrant foliage, and perhaps the occasional glimpse of wildlife. But beyond our visual range lies an entire ecosystem teeming with life, chemical exchanges, and complex interactions that we can only begin to comprehend.

Even our most advanced instruments cannot fully capture the intricacies of this invisible world. Scientists have developed sophisticated equipment to detect electromagnetic waves beyond the visible spectrum and measure subatomic particles, yet these technologies are still limited by the boundaries of human knowledge and understanding. Moreover, we often design these instruments with a specific goal in mind, creating a narrow focus that prevents us from exploring the full range of possibilities. This approach limits our ability to expand our understanding of the unknown and ultimately hinders our progress.

The Limitations of Human Perception

As human beings, our physical senses limit us to a narrow range of stimuli. For example, our eyes can only detect visible light within a certain wavelength, while the full spectrum includes much more than what we can see. Similarly, our hearing range is limited to audible sounds within a frequency range, but the full range of audio frequencies extends far beyond these limits. Our intellectual boundaries are equally restrictive, as we can only comprehend what we have learned and experienced. This narrow understanding is shaped by our culture, upbringing, education, and personal experiences, which often limit our ability to conceive ideas or concepts that lie outside of our familiar realm.

The Role of Instruments in Shaping Our Perception

To expand our understanding of the world around us, we have developed various instruments to aid our perception. These tools can be as simple as magnifying glasses or binoculars that enhance our visual capabilities, or as complex as telescopes and microscopes that allow us to observe distant galaxies and minuscule organisms. However, the very instruments we rely on can also skew our perception of reality. For instance, a person with perfect eyesight who observes the world through “rose-colored” glasses will perceive colors that are not actually present in their surroundings. Similarly, when we rely on scientific instruments to gather data, we must be aware of their limitations and potential errors, as these tools can also distort our perception of the world.

Skewed Interpretation of the World Around Us

As human beings, we tend to create instruments that align with our existing beliefs and expectations, which can lead to a skewed interpretation of reality. For example, early astronomers believed that all celestial bodies revolved around the Earth, so they developed telescopes specifically designed to confirm this belief. These older telescopes were not able to perceive that the earth revolved around the sun because their design and construction were based on a geocentric model of the universe. The lenses and mirrors used in these early telescopes were crafted to magnify celestial objects, but they did not possess the necessary precision or sophistication to reveal the true movement of planets around the sun.

One significant limitation of older telescopes was their inability to correct for optical aberrations caused by the curvature of lenses and mirrors. This resulted in distorted images that made it difficult, if not impossible, to discern the complex motions of celestial bodies. Additionally, these early telescopes had a limited field of view, which made it challenging for astronomers to observe multiple objects simultaneously or track the movement of planets over time.

It wasn’t until the invention of more advanced instruments, such as the refracting telescope by Hans Lippershey in 1590 and the reflecting telescope by Isaac Newton in 1672, that scientists were able to challenge the geocentric model of the universe. These new telescopes featured improved optics, larger apertures, and more precise mechanical systems, allowing astronomers to observe celestial objects with greater clarity and accuracy. As a result, they could finally observe the movement of planets and confirm that the Earth revolved around the Sun, marking a major breakthrough in our understanding of the cosmos.

The Creative Aspect of Instrument Design

In designing tools to aid our perception, we often bring our creative abilities into play, shaping these instruments based on our understanding of the world and our desired outcomes. This creative process can lead to groundbreaking discoveries. However, this creative aspect also presents challenges, as we must continually reassess and refine our instruments to ensure that they accurately represent the world around us. If we become too attached to a particular instrument or method of observation, we may overlook crucial details or misinterpret the data we collect.

Recognizing the Known and Unknown Aspects of Reality and Embracing a new form of Mind Science

To truly understand the infinite world around us, we must first recognize that it is made up of both the known and unknown aspects of reality. The known aspects are those phenomena that we have already discovered, understood, and integrated into our worldview. These include the laws of physics, chemical reactions, and fundamental principles of biology governing life on Earth.

But the unknown aspects of reality pose significant challenges for us as we attempt to comprehend them. They exist in a realm beyond our current perceptual and intellectual capabilities. Our senses and instruments can only perceive a small fraction of the world around us while our understanding is limited by what we have learned and experienced up until this point. Many aspects of the unknown are difficult to imagine because they lie outside of our conceptual framework.

As we delve deeper into the unknown aspects of reality, it becomes increasingly apparent that there might be a wholly unknown reality all around us – a realm that remains hidden from our current understanding. Just as scientists at the edges of our known scientific understanding are discovering dimensions within dimensions, we too must expand our perceptions to uncover these previously untapped territories.

Our psyche, which has been defined by our insistence that we live in a very limited three-dimensional world, has also suffered from the constriction of these perceptions. It is now time to expand those perceptions in order to discover those unknown territories. And the way to do this is through Mind Science – a new science that combines insights and discoveries from various disciplines such as psychology, neuroscience, quantum physics, and what is now considered to be the impossible, which is the science of the inner senses and of tapping into internal realities, inner dream worlds, and incredibly, the projection of consciousness.

By perceiving not just with outer instruments but also with inner senses of such power and magnitude that they dwarf anything thus far created by the human species, we can unravel the complex interplay between our inner and outer worlds – a discovery that will transform our understanding of the universe and ourselves.

By embracing the potential for growth and transformation that comes with this journey, we can unlock countless possibilities that lie beyond our current comprehension. As we expand our understanding of the universe and ourselves, we will open up new avenues for discovery that were previously unimaginable – all while pushing the boundaries of what it means to be human in an ever-evolving cosmos.

Expanding Our Intellectual Perspective

In order to make headway into the unknown aspects of reality, we must first broaden our intellectual perspective. This involves challenging our existing beliefs and assumptions, questioning the limitations of our current understanding, and seeking out new ideas and concepts that may help us expand our knowledge. One way to achieve this is by engaging in interdisciplinary research, which allows scientists and scholars from different fields to collaborate and share their expertise. By doing so, we not only expand the range of our technical devices but also enhance our ability to work with the inner reality within us – our psyche.

As we delve deeper into the unknown aspects of reality, it becomes increasingly clear that a new science must develop – one that harnesses the infinitely powerful world of the inner senses. This new science, which could be called Mind Science, can begin to challenge our entire worldview by integrating the insights and discoveries from various disciplines of both external and internal varieties to better understand the complex interplay between our inner and outer reality.

Mind Science should encourage us to explore the unexplored realms of human consciousness, pushing the boundaries of what we think is possible both within ourselves and in the world around us. As we continue to expand our understanding of the unknown aspects of reality, we must embrace the importance of developing this new science that transcends traditional disciplinary boundaries and fosters a holistic approach to knowledge acquisition.

In this new and evolving reality, finding a balance between our now almost wholly externally focused reality and the infinite possibilities to be found within our internal reality – our infinite inner human world – is crucial. Embracing the importance of the inner senses will help us unlock the full potential of our consciousness and redefine our understanding of the universe and ourselves.

Expanding our understanding of the unknown aspects of reality requires a willingness to challenge our existing beliefs, broaden our intellectual perspective, maintain an open mind, engage in interdisciplinary research, and embrace uncertainty. By doing so, we can forge new pathways into the vast expanse of the infinite world and unlock countless possibilities that lie beyond our current comprehension.

Expanding Our Infinite Potential of Human Knowledge

In our quest to unravel the mysteries of the unknown aspects of reality, we must recognize that our understanding is constantly evolving, much like the infinite world we seek to comprehend. The process of discovery is a journey without an end, as each breakthrough leads to new questions and fresh perspectives.

Consider the story of the ancient Greek philosophers who first pondered the nature of the universe, or the intrepid explorers who ventured into unknown territories on Earth, seeking new lands and knowledge. These pioneering thinkers and adventurers dared to challenge their own beliefs and assumptions, pushing the boundaries of what was thought possible.

Similarly, today’s scientists and researchers continue to venture into uncharted territory, exploring realms that were once considered beyond our grasp. From the depths of the oceans to the farthest reaches of space, we are constantly expanding our understanding of the universe. By embracing uncertainty and maintaining an open mind, we can forge new pathways into the vast expanse of the infinite world, unlocking countless possibilities that lie beyond our current comprehension.

However, this exploration has predominantly focused on the exterior world, and it is now time to explore the interior world with equal fervor. This new exploration using Mind Science has the potential to take us much farther into an infinity beyond measure – a reality perhaps even larger than what has been revealed to us by the most powerful telescopes and microscopes currently available to humanity.

The kind of Mind Science I am trying to describe would encourage us to delve deeper into the depths of human consciousness, shedding light on the intricate workings of our minds and the subtle interplay between our thoughts, emotions, and perceptions. By unraveling these mysteries, we can expand our understanding of the universe and ourselves, opening up new avenues for discovery that were previously unimaginable.

As we continue to explore both the interior and exterior realms of reality, it is crucial that we maintain an open mind and embrace the potential for growth and transformation that comes with this journey. The infinite possibilities that lie within and beyond our understanding hold the key to a future where humanity can thrive in harmony with itself and the cosmos, guided by the wisdom gleaned from our exploration of the inner and outer worlds.

The journey to expand our understanding of the unknown aspects of reality is one filled with both challenges and opportunities. Besides broadening our intellectual perspective, we must also embrace the inner senses and the possibility of the projection of consciousness beyond the limits of the physical. This ability to project consciousness beyond what now seems possible – truly bounded by preconceived ideas of a three-dimensional existence – can expand our ability to explore the cosmos and new ways.

This new methodology, akin to creating a new armada of sailing vessels, can forge a new form of navigation that takes us far beyond anything currently possible with just external machines and contraptions. By harmoniously blending internal exploration with external research methodology, humanity can unlock a universe of possibilities that transcends our current understanding and pushes the frontiers of human knowledge to new heights.

If you would like to know more about the limits of our physical senses and how to expand them. If you would like to know how to expand the cognitive boundaries of our beliefs, and how these have an incredible power to shape the world that we perceive, then I recommend the book: The Occult Experience.

Here you will find a treasure trove of ways to go beyond the limits of what is truly a self and societally imposed limitation on our cognitive ability!

In our relentless pursuit to grasp our surroundings, we often depend on our rational self to provide explanations and make sense of everything. But as we delve deeper into this quest, we come face-to-face with a peculiar glitch in our minds that leaves us questioning the very essence of reality. This bizarre anomaly, this inherent absurdity, is what makes us ponder if there’s more to life than meets the eye.

At first glance, rationality may appear as the ultimate tool for understanding the world around us. It allows us to express our thoughts coherently and form conclusions based on evidence. Yet, it also acts as a barrier that hinders us from truly appreciating the whimsical and nonsensical aspects of reality. The more we scrutinize this glitch, the clearer it becomes that there’s always a reason to question everything.

Paranoia, in this context, could be seen as an essential mindset for those who yearn to uncover the true nature of reality. If we are paranoid enough to examine every aspect of our existence and defy societal norms, maybe then – and only then – will we begin to untangle the mysteries that lie beneath the surface of the world around us.

As we navigate these complex concepts and embrace our personal madness, we gain invaluable insights into the true nature of reality. This first step towards enlightenment is crucial in helping us break free from the unfortunate and ultimately lethal Catch-22 loop that has been holding us back from realizing our full potential. In this journey, we will delve into how embracing personal madness can lead to a deeper understanding of reality and help us escape the chains of the Catch-22 loop that has long dictated our perception of the world.


Exploring Reality’s Twists and Turns – Unravelling The ‘Glitch in the Matrix’

Our reliance on rationality helps us make sense of the world, but it can also limit our understanding of reality’s true nature. We often depend on established frameworks and preconceived notions, something I have termed ‘Dogmatic Thinking’, to interpret new information, creating blind spots that keep us from acknowledging the ‘glitch in our minds.’

The limitations of dogma and the average thinking of the world become apparent when we encounter seemingly contradictory or puzzling situations in life. These “glitches” force us to question our understanding of reality, leading to an existential crisis that challenges who we are and how we perceive the world. The paradoxical nature of human existence – caught between average rationality and supposed madness – highlights the importance of embracing both perspectives for a more comprehensive grasp of reality.

To embrace personal madness means acknowledging that life doesn’t always make sense, and it is okay to question everything around us. By doing so, we can develop a healthier skepticism and questioning mindset that allows us to explore new perspectives and challenge societal norms. This mindset empowers us to see the world through different lenses and ultimately leads to a deeper understanding of the ‘glitch in the matrix’ – an essential step in gaining insights into reality itself.

Understanding this glitch can help us comprehend how it shapes our perception of reality, enabling us to break free from the Catch-22 loop that has held us captive for so long. As we navigate this complex terrain, we must remain open-minded and willing to challenge our preconceived notions about the world around us; we must strive to go beyond average rationality. In doing so, we may discover a more authentic and enlightened existence that transcends the limitations of our zombie life.


The Catch-22 Loop – A Contradictory Trap in Our Perception of Reality

The term “Catch-22” comes from Joseph Heller’s novel, where a character faces two unfavorable options with no escape. In the context of our sense of reality, the Catch-22 loop arises when we confront the ‘glitch in our minds’ and must choose between embracing what the zombie world calls personal madness, or adhering to societal norms that restrict our understanding and freedom.

One example of this paradoxical trap can be seen in the case of whistleblowers who expose corruption within their organizations. They are often faced with a Catch-22 situation – if they follow established procedures, they may not be taken seriously, but if they break rules to expose the truth, they risk losing their jobs or facing legal consequences.

The Catch-22 loop is a dangerous trap that hinders our growth and limits our potential as individuals. It creates a paradoxical situation where questioning reality can lead to further confusion, while blindly accepting established norms prevents us from gaining deeper insights into the true nature of existence. The loop reinforces itself, making it difficult for those trapped within it to break free and escape the confines of their limited awareness.

Breaking free from the Catch-22 loop requires self-awareness and a willingness to question everything around us. It involves recognizing the paradoxical nature of our existence and embracing personal madness as a steppingstone towards a more comprehensive understanding of reality. By doing so, we can transcend the limitations of our rational minds and gain insights that were previously hidden from view.

The potential dangers of being stuck in the Catch-22 loop cannot be overstated. It can lead to a stagnant existence devoid of growth and creativity, as well as hinder our ability to connect with others who have also broken free from this pervasive mental trap. Ultimately, breaking free from the loop is essential for personal development and truly contributing positively to society at large.


Unlocking the Hidden Potential Within – A Journey Towards Expanded Consciousness

The human mind is a vast and intricate landscape, filled with unexplored territories that hold the key to our untapped potential. Escaping the Catch-22 loop and embracing personal lunacy is the first step towards unlocking these hidden depths and expanding our consciousness. By doing so, we open up new worlds of possibility in our minds and unleash a torrent of creative energy that can transform our lives and the world around us.

One real-world example of this transformation can be seen in the lives of individuals who have embraced alternative spiritual practices, such as meditation, the art of the projectionist, or servitor creation. These practices enable them to expand their consciousness by tapping into their inner reality and gaining a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them. As a result, they experience increased creativity, better mental health, and improved relationships with others.

The benefits of expanding our consciousness extend far beyond personal development. When we open up new worlds of possibility in our minds, we also contribute to the collective evolution of humanity by promoting innovation, creativity, and empathy. By challenging established norms and embracing unconventional perspectives, we pave the way for a more enlightened society that values critical thinking, our INNER REALITY, personal growth, and connection with others.

To embark on this journey towards expanded consciousness, we must first break free from the Catch-22 loop by being a little paranoid and every established idea that we have inherited from the average human world. This involves developing a mindset of curiosity and openness, which allows us to explore new personal ideas, perspectives, and ways of being in the world. By doing so, we can unlock the hidden potential within and create a life that is richer, more fulfilling, and more meaningful than ever before.

So, unlocking the hidden potential within is a crucial step in our personal and collective evolution. By expanding our consciousness, developing a questioning mindset, and exploring new perspectives, we can break free from the mental trap that has long held us captive and embark on a journey towards expanded awareness and unlimited possibilities.”


Embracing (our supposed) Personal Lunacy – The Path to Freedom, Expanded Awareness, and Deepened Self-Discovery

Throughout this exploration of the glitch in the matrix that we all feel to one degree or another, we have briefly looked into the intricate landscape of human perception and the challenges it presents for understanding the world around us. We have examined how breaking free from the confines of societal norms can lead to a journey of self-discovery, personal growth, and ultimately, freedom.

One powerful real-world example of this journey is the story of individuals who have found liberation through the practice of inner alchemy and the way of the projectionist (astral travel). By embracing personal lunacy and questioning their supposed real world perceptions, these individuals have unlocked hidden potential within themselves, leading to a profound expansion of self-awareness. As they have developed a more expansive understanding of reality, they have gained ease and contentment in their lives, transcending the mental traps that once held them captive.

This journey towards enlightenment is not without its challenges, but it offers a roadmap for personal growth and self-discovery that leads to a greater sense of freedom and expanded awareness. In embracing personal lunacy and delving into uncharted territories, we can transcend societal norms and gain profound insights that enrich our inner world. This journey allows us to connect with kindred spirits who have also ventured beyond the familiar, fostering a sense of camaraderie and shared purpose in our quest for self-discovery and enlightenment.

As we continue on this journey, it is essential to remain open-minded and receptive to new perspectives. In embracing an expanded awareness of reality, we must come to terms with the fact that the world just doesn’t make sense, and so, we must embrace this and question everything! We cannot turn away; we must face this tide. It is through this acceptance that we can transcend the limits of our rational minds and gain insights into a reality that was previously hidden from view.

The world is weird.

Even those that follow the modern religion of rational skepticism will admit to themselves, on those lonely nights when they cannot sleep and are forced to think about the nature of existence, that the world is weird.

The alignment of recent events appears almost preordained. Observe the seemingly intricate and clandestine patterns that have emerged, as if each element were precisely arranged to achieve a specific outcome. The pieces of this grand chessboard are meticulously positioned, orchestrating a result that is both predictable and morbidly captivating.

This contemporary era, marked by distinctive terminology and theological perspectives, has embraced materialism as its dominant belief. It now favors the new term simulation, the matrix. And as we look at how the world runs and things turn in almost perfect sequence, it is easy to imagine, on those dark and lonely nights when there is nothing else to do except question the self and existence, that perhaps we do indeed live in some kind of simulated world, an orchestrated one.

From the point of view of the average person in the world, what I am about to say will seem preposterous, but from the point of view of those that can see, those that can truly see beyond the three dimensional material cage, my revelations are quite simply, logical.

I will begin by stating that there are covert organizations, composed of highly advanced and meticulously organized beings, who dedicate themselves to the pursuit of what appears, to the typical rational individual, to be irrational goals. These clandestine groups, known as cabals or houses, have existed since antiquity and have concurrently evolved alongside the perceived mundane and common human world.

Although these clandestine societies are not large in terms of membership, their influence is immense. While the core members of such organizations are a small group, they have amassed significant power through their auxiliary members and hierarchical structures that adhere to their teachings. Consequently, one could categorize the larger organizations created by these small but highly powerful societies as a form of Parallel Civilization that follows the dictates and the advice of these secret orders, cabals, or houses.

To be clear, there is an occult and secret community, made up of a select few, that through their power, which I refer to as a kind of mind science, run the world. These societies, along with those that follow their dictates and advice, which is a large parallel civilization made up of the super wealthy and the leaders of the Earth, wield almost total influence over what is now referred to as the great simulation.

I feel that it is now easier than ever before to see this parallel civilization, by the average person. The web, and the great interconnection that we all have through cyberspace, can now enable those that are willing to look, to see the great tide of controlled change in real time.

At every present moment point you will see an endless stream of what could be described as narrative control. The populace of the world, is constantly being pushed, you are being pushed now, to follow a certain narrative, to believe certain things and to not believe others.

For the rational skeptic who follows the science, by which I mean the accepted truth of the times in accordance to whatever authority figure rules the land, the world makes complete sense from that highly materialistic and controlled perspective.

This kind of narrative push, which is quite simply a kind of psychic control, has existed and has gone on since recorded history. And interestingly, the general scope of it is quite easily explained rationally and therefore ignored, by the secular skepticism, of the modern age; it all makes sense to the average person, the now common and highly skeptical modern individual, and all of it, all of the narrative push and evidence pointing to this elite organization and control is easily explained as just game theory, statistics, politics, and how the world works.

Today, more than ever before, the average person has the possibility of seeing this parallel civilization. The internet and our interconnectedness through cyberspace provides a window into real-time, controlled change. At every moment, you are being influenced by narrative control, subtly urging you to accept certain beliefs and disregard others. For the rational observer who adheres to what they may feel are scientific principles, the science, the world functions predictably within this highly controlled materialistic framework.

This form of narrative push, which is at its core psychic control, has existed throughout history and is, as I have said, easily rationalized by the secular skepticism of our modern age.

Perhaps the best way to begin, is to define what I refer to as rational skepticism. But let me make this point clear right from the start, this article is not about the modern theology of the times, but wholly and completely about secret orders, secret groups that now control the entire planet to one degree or another.

There is an entire reality, a kind of hidden civilization if you will, beyond average thought. And it hides itself in plain sight, using technologies, a kind of mind science, beyond average credible belief.

This hidden or fringe civilization, which to be more precise is made up of a number of different factions or secret orders, cabal -like organizations, is responsible for those tides of change that are now more easily identifiable in this age of mass media and global connectivity.

In order to understand how these hidden orders can exist in plain sight, and how it is that they control society, it is best to understand the term rational skepticism.

So, defining this crucial term, rational skepticism, is an appropriate starting point. However, other terms such as “secular skepticism,” “being realistic,” or “common sense” could also be used to convey the same concept. These words help to establish and define what the typical individual perceives as reality during a specific historical era. Rationality therefore is the pooling of accepted facts that shape what is considered normal and common sense for that particular moment in time. And rational skepticism is the act, the devotional act of zealously believing only the accepted facts of the time, while completely denying and sometimes even vilifying any other possible belief.

Can you see how this is a kind of religion? The average human population that is controlled by this parallel civilization, that is in turn controlled by the secret orders I have mentioned, is conditioned to become a religious zealot at any and every age. This guarantees that the average person will never even contemplate the indoctrinated narrative of the times, and will moreover, squash any dissenting voices crazy enough, to even contemplate something beyond the rationality, the new theology, of the times.

In that sense then, you could say that the average world, the large mass of humanity living at any one particular time, always strives to maintain a status quo with a kind of religious fervor. This common sanity, is sort of like the parameters by which everyone strives to come together and comply with a certain general reality tunnel of existence. The greater the ability of any one group to comply and to wholly believe in the truth of this status quo, the easier it is for that particular society to work together towards particular goals. In that sense then, this kind of coming together of minds can be quite a positive thing, but it also has its very negative aspects.

This status quo, this common beliefs framework, is as I have said the coming together of accepted and sanctioned truths. In its simplest sense it is the ability of everyone to believe the same thing as much as possible. If everyone can believe together, if everyone can agree on the facts, then the ability to maintain a cohesive and orderly society becomes consequential, natural. To control a population then, you must control its beliefs. And in that sense then you could say that rationality, rational skepticism, is not a new thing. Every age has its own version of rationality and common sense. The name for that kind of rationality might be slightly different in other times or in other places. Patriotism and religious faith are well known terms, and I will repeat, these are not bad things. When it becomes bad is when such belief structures are subtly changed to suit certain negative agendas.

Whatever the case, and by whatever name you want to call it, there is a status quo in the world. This status quo says that certain beliefs are true while others are not. For that reason, a great deal of power and effort is made by those that are part of the parallel civilization, to control the nature of that belief reality tunnel, and to turn that tunnel not only into a status quo, but really into the theology, the religion, of the times. And as you may have noticed, regardless of size, societies generally possess an institutional framework designed to regulate and shape the collective experience. These are in that sense the holders of the rationality of the era, the keepers of the theology of the times. These individuals are appointed, nurtured into existence by the secret orders that I am now describing.

This is very important in understanding the secret power that runs this world, because such hidden cabals understand and use the nature of such secular skepticism, to hide in the midst of the common person.

How is this modern version of rationality or common sense being used in the modern age?

Well, generally speaking, people are becoming more and more materially focused. What this means is that they have or are in the process of losing their ability to see the gods and all of the magical creatures all around them. Cyberspace is taking over for dreams, imagination, and the ability to just let go and believe in a reality beyond the physical and the three dimensional. Whether you are a person living a 9-to-5 life in a thriving metropolis or whether you are a person staking out a life in a natural and isolated corner of the world, the smart phone, a million satellites in space, and the World Wide Web, are uniting us all in a common reality.

The world wide web is a good thing. One of the good things is that it allows us to see a broader perspective if we use it properly. And if we are willing to look, we can use it to see how the narrative of the world is shaped through the push of beliefs, endless and repetitive dictates, commandments, as to what is truth, and what is falsehood.

Understanding the nature of the narrative push, as site after site on your smart phone doles out the same insistent message, as certain key phrases and key concepts are repeated over and over again across news and by whatever trusted authority figure, you can begin to see, if you look, the push to control the narrative of the world. Understanding this, you begin to understand the nature of control.

But what is physically perceivable on the internet for example is just the outer surface; this is quite literally the tip of the iceberg that hides within the depths of dark waters a kind of mind science that is quite literally impossible to contemplate by those that are completely bound within the rationality of the times. And this clouding, this binding of people to only accept the meager measure of their physical senses in just a certain controlled way, is done with purpose. It is all designed to blind the average person so that they cannot see the deeper truth.

Whether it is the person living the 9-to-5 life or the person in the outskirts of what some might refer to as the civilized world, the ability to see around the three dimensional materialistic bend is becoming harder, for most I would say it is now almost impossible.

But there are others in the world that are different, and some of those others have become the true rulers of the world. Either through what some might refer to as fate, or through quite deliberate selection, there are elite groups out there that have never believed in the rationality of any time. Those groups, those secret orders, are far more organized than those that even might suspect their existence would believe. And the span of the existence of these orders means that they have dedicated immense lengths of time to exploring alternate ways of looking at and manipulating reality, and this is a true discipline, a power, which on occasion I have termed mind science.

Across the span of eons these secret orders have dedicated themselves to look for cracks in the reality wall that cages the rest of humanity. And once these walls are found, a great deal of focus and effort is made to expand those cracks in order to access technologies, entities, and worlds beyond description.

As I have said, those that are part, that are true members, of these secret societies is few, a highly organized few. And yet their numbers is larger than most would suspect. There are a number of such elite societies or houses, not just one. And there are, generally, two distinct ways of looking at and understanding the power that they seek.

-Some houses believe in power through freedom, through focus on the intangible, and these houses are not interested in material power or in controlling humanity. This is one branch you might say.

-But there are other houses that interest themselves in power through complete control of the material world, and it is these secret houses that have created a vast parallel civilization made up of the elite and the extremely wealthy. It is these houses that are interested in material power, and that now rule the Earth by ruling over and advising the parallel civilization that they have helped to establish.

The average human world is aware of the penchant of great leaders to rely on what the secular skeptics of the world refer to as pseudo psychics and charlatans. Whether it is Reagan or Bonaparte, the mundane world explains these eccentricities as fringe weirdness that the elites sometimes seem to fall prey to. And it is easy to explain from the rational perspective, and it is there plain to see in all of our sanctioned history books, that the reliance on weird psychics and oracles by some elite leaders is just a kind of eccentricity that seems to befall a few of the upper-class.

But hidden beneath the charlatans, the weird oracles, and the seemingly ludicrous rituals that the powerful of the world seem to so delight in taking part in, there exists a hidden science that is no joke, no eccentricity, but is instead calculated power. The keepers of this hidden science are the secret orders, the secret cabal’s, that the secular skeptic and mundane human world will never see. You can think of these secret orders like a kind of hidden priesthood, dedicated to the pursuit of power by other than common rational human means. And their influence can be felt in all major happenings, being that this priesthood will most often advise and on occasion even help to direct, certain key events and social movements. Their numbers are few but there organizations are highly complex, and their form of communication and structure is deliberately designed to be beyond rational linear pattern.

Of these varied hidden secret orders or houses, I will mention three general branches that exist within them that tend to be the most common and can be better understood by the average world.

The first branch is by far, in my opinion at least, the most important. This is the branch of what I would refer to as the seers. These are beings that either as individuals or sometimes working in tandem, task themselves with perceiving far beyond the physical three dimensional world. Their sole task is to not only identify the cracks in the world as it were, but also see into these cracks, sometimes even step deeply into them and then report and organize, in a myriad of different ways, all that they can see beyond the collective matrix, the cage, of humanity.

These seers are the true advisors, to the true elite, that run the world. Their power comes from their ability to see the great energetic tides that assault this planet, and to then advise the leaders of the earth on how best to use such energy currents to truly change the human world in the only way possible, which is to change the collective human perceptive point, their cognition, and in essence their entire belief structure.

Another identifiable branch within these secret orders are what could be referred to as channelers. This branch is not responsible for objective and detached seeing, but for moving into those cracks in reality and making direct contact with forces and entities of sometimes incredible power that exist beyond the mundane human reality. And using such contact, they can then instruct on the development of new technologies if you will, and give dynamic energy to social movements that at times have the potential to change vast stretches of the world.

Finally and for simplicity sake, there are also branches within those secret societies that focus on the mastery of energy manipulation. Such branches focus on controlling the nature and the direction of those unseen forces and powers that assault this world in order to bring about change in accordance to the varied will of these clandestine organizations.

There are orders within orders, and factions within those orders. The complexity and the schemes are, as I have said beyond rationality.

The crazy over-the-top psychics and the sometimes gaudy or silly rituals that are reported on, are most often bad attempts at copying powers and techniques that are far beyond the wanabees and the fashionable nouveau riche of the times. This is just outer theater. The true craft is performed in secrecy, and the power of such true practitioners can at times be staggering.

The world is indeed controlled by an elite few. But the nature of that control, and the true organizational structure of the world will never be known by the average person until they are able to let go of the theology, the religion, the rational skepticism, of the times.

If you would like to delve a little deeper into the true nature of societal change and control, and how to overcome this control, I recommend the book, Overcoming the Archon Through Alchemy.