Life is an emotional roller coaster from the cradle to the grave – a short pulse, a blinking on-off switch, a pixel on the screen of reality tv. We are born, eat, replicate and grow old with all its pain and fear – emotional and physical, and then into the grave or urn – never to return. We are just an on – off pulse flashing like a firefly in its moment of life – a life that is equal to ours and carrying out the same installed programmes to consume and replicate its kind.
How many of us when gazing into the ‘not so natural world'( see Shattering the Illusion of Reality and Understanding Maya) have seen the pulse, the shimmer in – and the shimmer out. It happens so fast that we don’t notice it – just like the frames in a movie – and if it looks real then it is real, and so we don’t think about it because it’s already taken for granted.
The pulse of duality governs the construct, the counterfeit digital reality we call ‘the real world’ which is nothing more than an illusory virtual reality game of opposites of paradise and hell. (see Life: the Great Illusion.)
Physical life in the ‘whirled out there.’
Life for most people is an existence of desire, competition, bullying, preening and mating, fighting and crying and dying. The physical world has its own agenda – it is a fantasy of pain and pleasure that is played with all the props and necessary characters to put the game in play. And the players have one thing in common: every living thing is programmed to survive and replicate – to live and breed – and die. Life is a programme, a repetition generation after generation. One might wonder what’s the purpose of the constant replication…the constant suffering of life forms – Life in this dualistic reality is all about the production of the loosh rote, the harvesting of our energy.(see Meet the Firm)
Programmed to discharge energetic food
Homo Sapiens is programmed with the emotions of love and hate, jealousy, envy, anger and revenge. Because this reality is based on violence and sex there is a constant supply of loosh available for whatever astral being wants to take it. Life on this plane is a set-up, a sacrificial reality, an enclosure for the animals known as man – and that is hard for us to swallow. After all, we think we are at the top of the food chain – the ultimate intelligent being, and that the rest of life is somehow lesser than ourselves.
We have mastered the programme of arrogance and it has brought our planet and its life forms to their knees – what is wrong with us?
Split blueprint and sex
We are told in the bible that god made us – male and female he created them. Did this god take a whole being and split its blueprint into two? To my way of thinking, that’s exactly what he did. The splitting of our original blueprint into sexes or polarities created the Fall into density, duality and animal reproduction – the third dimension, the lowest rung on the ladder of reality. From eye liner to nail polish, sex is the driving fundamental of our world. Sexuality is pushed down our throats and toted at every turn by the Luciferian media – transgenderism, paedophilia, pornography, incest and rape are often headline news – and the more grotesque the better – remember its our emotions: outrage, disgust and sadness that powers their loosh machine.
Our world is littered with sexual symbols: obelisks and domes – phallus and womb, and the red cross on a white background honours blood and semen.
The hexagram – the star of David – so favoured by the Luciferian religions is a sexagram. Women who are unfortunate to be born into patriarchal doctrine are practically slaves to their husbands, chattels for childbearing – permanently pregnant with no rights at all – just like the cow in a farmers stall.
Sex is the glue of life and the penis pride that wants to be top dog – the testosterone fuelled conqueror – is the cause of war. After all a gun is just an extension of the penis.
Lucifer is the god of this world(see Light-Bringer.) He cannot create, he has no imagination just an intellect reminiscent of a vivisector. He can only separate, copy and modify, therefore it begs the question what were we before he interfered? How did we lose our multi-dimensional capabilities – and why is our pineal gland and our crown chakra unavailable to our awareness?
Life in the enclosure
The farm managers decide on what is best for the human animals in its charge just like the farmer with his herd. We are sprayed from above, injected with poisons, used as experiments, hunted, incarcerated, tortured and murdered. The rat race of the enclosure – our third dimensional reality is a reflection of the way the majority of mankind treat animals and the rest of creation. Many do not realise that life is a cosmic mirror of our thinking and actions, and just as we farm the creatures, we ourselves are farmed – shit always rolls down hill.
Most people do not see the connection between our barbaric treatment of animals and the plight of our own species. They are blind to the understanding ‘as ye do unto others, so shall it be done unto you.’ And the old adage ‘you reap what you sow.’ They fool themselves that the biblical statements only apply to humankind – that’s the rub – it refers to all ensoulled beings and that includes the animals.
Our fate is tied to the fate of the creatures because That Art Thou.(see Satanic Reality and Satan’s Eden)
The love affair with dead flesh
“By eating meat we share the responsibility of climate change, the destruction of our forests, and the poisoning of our air and water. The simple act of becoming a vegetarian will make a difference in the health of our planet.” Thich Nhat Hanh. The World We Have: A Buddhist approach to Peace and Ecology.
There are so many reasons given for the eating of dead flesh, and for those who want the temple of their soul to be a living grave, a sepulchre of death – that’s okay. But, in their ignorance and selfishness they are complicit in the murder of the planet, the horrific deforestation of the rain forest and the destruction of millions of life forms to make way for their flesh fix: hamburger on the hoof.
Cattle ranching is now the biggest cause of deforestation in the Amazon, and nearly 80 per cent of deforested areas in Brazil are now used for pasture. The cattle industry has ballooned since the 1970s, giving Brazil the largest commercial cattle herd in the world. Since 2003, the country has also topped the world’s beef export charts and the government plans to double its share of the market by 2018.
The impact this is having on the forest is huge – between 1996 and 2006, an area the size of Portugal was carved out for cattle ranching. Cattle ranching has the highest rates of slave labour in Brazil – just over 3,000 people held as slaves were freed from ranches last year. Source: Greenpeace.
“If all the grain currently fed to livestock in the United States were consumed directly by people, the number of people who could be fed would be nearly 800 million,” David Pimentel, professor of ecology in Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, reported at the July 24-26 meeting of the Canadian Society of Animal Science in Montreal. Animal protein production requires more than eight times as much fossil-fuel energy than production of plant protein while yielding animal protein that is only 1.4 times more nutritious for humans than the comparable amount of plant protein, according to the Cornell ecologist’s analysis.
The butterfly effect
I live in the beef belt of South Dakota where the killing of other life forms is a god given right. I listen to the rancher’s conversations about predators – how they have to get rid of eagles, coyotes, foxes, prairie dogs, the last little bit of free living things. There are no wolves, wolverines, bears, bob cats, mountain lions…they bit the dust many years ago for cows…millions of acres of cows to satiate the people’s need to eat dead flesh. As the predators disappear so do the herds of antelope and deer and the natural order is destroyed – the hoop of life is smashed and irreparable. The ignorant human herd have forgotten that everything is connected.
Now you have become as one of us knowing good and evil.
I think the biblical quote from Genesis says it all.
In his book The Dragons of Eden, Carl Sagan describes the genetic changes made to our genome by the creator of this world. He notes the increase in the volume of our skulls to house the frontal lobes…the root of duality – of good and evil, and writes about the modifications made to the female pelvis to accommodate the larger heads. And ‘god cursed Eve with painful childbirth.’
So how did man become a ghoul? Red in tooth and claw….
The answer lies in ancient texts – writings that reveal the truth about homo sapiens – and its creator god Lucifer the fallen angel. Lucifer made mankind in his image ‘Now you have become as one of us knowing good and evil – and so we too are fallen angels – half demon and half divine. The question is which one do we feed – the demon or the angel?
If we are in any doubt about who is the god of this world read Matthew 7
7Jesus answered him, “It is also written: ‘Do not put the Lord your God to the test.”
8Again, the devil took him to a very high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor.
9“All this I will give you,” he said, “if you will bow down and worship me.”
10Jesus said to him, “Away from me, Satan! For it is written: ‘Worship the Lord your God, and serve him only.”
‘All this I will give to you’ – plain enough!
The ‘whirled of slaughter’ is Satan’s Eden. Think of the millions of people who pray to the god of this world not realising they are feeding a demon. What a dark spell Lucifer has cast over the mind of man. Time to wake up!
“As long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other. Indeed, he who sows the seeds of murder and pain cannot reap joy and love.” Pythagoras.
The dismal state of the world is a mirror of human consciousness where anything that cannot be used, abused or exploited is destroyed. We are killing the planet with our lusts and our throw away consumerism. The rubbish dumps are awash with plastic and styrofoam that will take lifetimes to break down. Our seas are poisoned with oil and radio-active materials, and it is obvious that the human train is about to race over the cliff to extinction because of its arrogance and selfishness.
If you really want to make a difference for yourself, for the planet and the animal nations then giving up flesh food is the first step in our spiritual journey home.
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We live in a Universe that grows and changes like an intergalactic forest or brain. Life in our galaxy is a creative unfolding process; every “thing” that exists actually a dynamic self-organizing symphony of form, a cosmic dance in motion. Solar systems spinning, continents moving, societies arising, children moving and growing.
All of these creative systems in our lives (and the greater Universe) are interconnected and related to one another. Unseen forces of attraction keep natural systems together, influencing how the individual parts move and self-organize. A planet and solar system comes into being because of the force of gravity, families are held together by commitment and love.
Our body’s growth is guided by the DNA of our ancestors, it’s cellular systems running on energy from photons that journey to our planet from the sun. The whole Universe swirls like a three dimensional Van Gogh painting, held together by Einstein and Newton’s cosmic laws…
Of course, most people don’t usually think this way. Our cultural world views and values are focused more on social, economic and political games. We are rarely encouraged to pay attention to the interdependent relationships and synergistic processes that make up our lives.
In the most dominant “civilized” cultures our languages evolved to help us exert control over a dangerous and competitive world. Our cultures tend to “objectify” everything we see, dividing interconnected systems and creative processes into rigid conceptual categories based on the idea that the Universe is composed of fixed independent objects and polar opposites.
The result has been akin to living with blinders on, wearing cognitive filters that make us powerful predators, but frequently block out essential information, diminishing our capacity for greater wisdom. Our leaders tend to ignore important holistic processes and connections that require our attention, respect, care and support (and that don’t respond well to manipulation). We’ve lost touch with the organic rhythms, natural intelligence, interdependence and unity of the world.
It’s been like Humpty Dumpty falling off the wall. Viewing the Universe in fixed categories and scattered pieces, it’s become very difficult for Civilization’s people to see how all the parts connect together to form greater wholes. As a result modern technologically “advanced” humans have created a host of seemingly insolvable problems.
The field of medicine, for example, focuses on treating “illnesses” which are often the result of biological systems that are overstressed, unhealthy or out of balance. Human bodies that have evolved over millions of years with the capability to maintain and self-regulate their health no longer seem to function optimally.
With education, our children have an innate ability to learn new things, to understand the world’s patterns and develop complex skills. They will learn quickly and easily when their curiosity is encouraged, when learning is creative, interesting and fun. Yet far too often formal schooling is rigid and boring, creating anti-social environments that are out of sync with the way children naturally grow and learn.
The same situation can be seen with many of our most difficult “modern” problems. Drug abuse and alcoholism, for example, are directly related to poverty, stress, social isolation and human unhappiness. Wars occur because the truth that we are one interconnected human family is denied or ignored.
Environmental pollution and destruction arises when the health and harmony of Nature is not respected and prioritized. Economic problems happen when a few people selfishly accumulate wealth for themselves, without caring for fellow humans in surrounding communities who require a share of that wealth to live happy and healthy lives. Each of these problems will continue to exist until we view them differently, so that the root issues can be prioritized, cared for and solved.
How we see the world has a powerful effect on how we feel and behave towards others. If we see a world at war- a world of competition and battle- we respond to situations that way, defensively and aggressively, seeking to exert control and dominate. When we see a world where everything is connected our hearts open more easily, so that we respond more creatively, compassionately and generously.
The challenge for humanity now is to transform and transcend our fractured views, our defensive and competitive “ego-logical” ways of thinking. Once we do that we’ll be better able to care for Nature, support people who are suffering and redesign our more destructive social values and institutions.
Over time, we’ll hopefully find many of our problems falling away, being solved, or dissolving quite naturally. Like a fevered mind awakening from delusions, the health of our planet and communities can be restored once enough of us open our hearts, shift our values and transcend overly dualistic ways of thinking.