Understanding Reverence

  • Channellers (1 post)
  • Dharma (1 post)
  • Good and Evil (1 post)
  • Hinduism (1 post)
  • Lucifer (1 post)
  • Religion (8 posts)
  • Slavery (10 posts)
  • Sophism (4 posts)
  • Source (1 post)
  • Spirituality (2 posts)

Christianity didn't even exist in the period of ancient Greece, unlike sophism. Western inverse-civilization is characterized by Lucifer worship (reverence of left-brain aptitude) more than Messiah worship (i.e. Christ worship/Christianity) and always has been. I don't support either.

Those who revere Lucifer's realm will suppress the truth and always need to carry out genocide, slavery, and eugenics. I don't support messiah worship because no human can be on the same level as the Source.

All the problems of society are an extension of people being too lazy to do anything properly.


Knowledge of Good and Evil

Tags:-Ancient Greece -Christianity -Lucifer -Sophism+Genesis +Judaism

Women are not supposed to coddle the sinister temptations of men. For example, if a man is tempted to steal land from native inhabitants, women should not encourage that behaviour.

However, people are supposed to have knowledge of the difference between good and evil. Determining the difference between good and evil is a difficult task, but still absolutely necessary.



Tags:-Genesis -Judaism -Spirituality+Noetics +Science +Telekinesis

Science has proven that people are able to move objects with their minds. If you can't accept this, you're not a real scientist.

Experiments with a "Random Mechanical Cascade" (RMC) apparatus have yielded anomalous results correlated with pre-stated intentions of human operators. Based upon a common statistical demonstration device, this machine allows 9000 polystyrene balls to drop through a matrix of 330 pegs, scattering them into 19 collecting bins with a population distribution that is approximately Gaussian. As the balls enter the bins, exact counts are accumulated photoelectrically, displayed as feedback for the operator, and recorded on-line. Operators attempt to shift the mean of the developing distributions to the right or left, relative to a concurrently generated baseline distribution. Of the 25 operators who have completed one or more experimental series with this device, four have achieved anomalous separations of their right and left efforts, and two others have displayed significant separations of either their right or left efforts from their baselines. The overall mean difference of right versus left efforts concatenated across the total data base of 87 series (3393 runs), has a probability against chance of <10^-4, with 15% of the individual series significant at p<.05, and 63% conforming to the intended directions.1

Science Worship Vs. Lucifer Worship

Tags:+Physics +Biology

Genuine reverence of science is not so bad because it would invariably lead to acknowledgement that genuine altruism is necessary. Lucifer worship is completely different as is it seeks to bastardize every field to suppress the knowledge that genuine altruism is closer to Source than left-brain aptitude alone.

Those who revere left-brain aptitude alone will assert:
1) A hypercube occupies three spatial dimensions
2) Psi phenomena do not exist
3) Pure gene selection and eugenics are staples of Darwinism

Those who revere science and truth will assert:
1) A hypercube occupies four spatial dimensions
2) Psi phenomena do exist1
3) Selection for units of irreducible complexity (which comprises group and individual selection) is most in line with Darwinism2

A Proposed Mechanism for Angiosperm Evolution

I read with a lot of interest your latest page in your book:
It deserves a discussion thread on its own. If you create one, you can link to it at the bottom of the above article.

We can compare what you discuss there with the evolution of this web site, which is as yet very, very far away from the tipping point, beyond which it will reach a new level of utility for our society.


The war is not between science and religion.

Tags:-Biology -Noetics -Physics -Telekinesis+Religion +Sophism +altright +Nazism +Fascism +Hitler

The war is not between science and religion. The war is between REAL science and sophist science. It's honesty, integrity, and altruism against sophism, lying, and slave-making.

via https://twitter.com/RichardBSpencer/status/857855912647720961

Isaiah 14.13–14

Tags:-Dickinson -Hinduism -Poetry -Spring+Bible +Book of Isaiah +Old Testament +Lucifer

"I will ascend to heaven;
above the stars of God
I will set my throne on high;
I will sit on the mount of assembly
in the far reaches of the north
I will ascend above the heights of the clouds;
I will make myself like the Most High."

-Lucifer (ESV, Isaiah 14.13–14)


Lucifer, Satan, Serpent

Tags:-Book of Isaiah+New Testament +Satan +Jesus

There are no passages in the Old Testament directly linking the serpent of Eden, Lucifer, or Satan to one another.1 However, the New Testament does have passages that imply Lucifer, Satan, the serpent of Eden, and the Devil are all the same.

And he [Jesus] said to them, “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven."

(ESV, Luke 10.18)

Now war arose in heaven, Michael and his angels fighting against the dragon. And the dragon and his angels fought back, but he was defeated, and there was no longer any place for them in heaven. And the great dragon was thrown down, that ancient serpent, who is called the devil and Satan, the deceiver of the whole world—he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him.

(ESV, Revelations 12.7-9)

I think that by the time the New Testament came around, it became common to confound the serpent, Lucifer, and Satan. In my mind, it should still be evil Lucifer who rebels against God, wars in heaven, and eventually falls. Satan represents accusation with sinister intent. He is the accuser in the Book of Job. The serpent of Eden can easily be interpreted as a manifestation of the Devil, but all evil can technically be interpreted as a manifestation of the Devil (inverse-Source).

  • 1. "Is Lucifer Satan? Does the fall of Lucifer describe Satan?" Got Questions Ministries. gotquestions.org/Lucifer-Satan.html. Accessed 28 Apr. 2017.

Kali Yuga

Tags:-Bible -Book of Isaiah -Lucifer -Old Testament+Dharma +Buddhism +Hinduism +Kali Yuga

(I'll explain this post more thoroughly in later writings.)

Major religions have had to bend to accommodate the forces of inverse-civilization that characterize Kali Yuga.1 For example, in Journey to the West, Buddha Amitābha tells Sun Wu Kong that the Jade Emperor deserves to rule over heaven. The Jade Emperor is not the Source (Hinduism: Brahma; Kabbalah: Ein Sof), but placing the Jade Emperor as ruler over heaven likely appeased real Chinese emperors. Western monarchs used the concept of the "divine right of kings."

The lesser status of Brahma in Hinduism is another example of religion catering to inverse-civilization. "Today there is no sect that exclusively worships Brahma, and few temples are dedicated to him."2 There is a myth that Shiva cut off Brahma's fifth head because Brahma was becoming too narcissistic. There is another myth that Shiva cut off Brahma's head because Shatarupa could not escape his incestuous gaze.3 India under the rigid caste system is inverse-civilized. Real civilization is more egalitarian and much closer to the Source (Hinduism: Brahma; Kabbalah: Ein Sof). Thus, the stories about the necessity of cutting off Brahma's fifth head are used to make sure people don't get too close to the Source to prevent real civilization from taking over. Women are naturally closer to the Source than men. Within real civilization, women can't escape being close to Source consciousness which is a good thing. Purer women would thrive while more sinister women would be cast out. Depicting Brahma's relation with Shatarupa as incestuous is a way to stop women from becoming closer to Source consciousness. If women become too close to Source consciousness, more sinister men who like inverse-civilization, hypocritical elitism, and the caste system will have a much harder time maintaining it.

And it's not really Shiva (the consciousness associated with the Eternal OM) that cut off Brahma's fifth head, limiting Source consciousness. The intrinsic perspectives are linked to each other in a way where they do no actually compete with each other. The creators of Hindu legends put that into Hindu mythology for the same reason the creators of Journey to the West placed the Jade Emperor as ruler over heaven instead of Brahma—to limit the power of Source consciousness and maintain inverse-civilization.

  • 1. Kali Yuga represents the period when inverse-civilization is dominant. The Indus Valley civilization is an example of real civilization.
  • 2. "Brahma." Encyclopedia Britannica. Last Updated: 19 Feb. 2015, https://www.britannica.com/topic/Brahma-Hindu-god. Accessed 28 Apr. 2017.
  • 3. "Why Lord Shiva Cut off Fifth head of Brahma?" YouTube Channel: The Magical Indian. 20 Dec. 2016, youtu.be/7CyXfOWxoUY. Accessed 28 Apr. 2017.


Tags:+Hinduism +Dharma +Source +Religion +Good and Evil

*And it's not really Shiva (the intrinsic consciousness associated with the intrinsic sound, OM, which is also denoted as 'OM') that cut off Brahma's fifth head, limiting Source consciousness.


Sophism is Fascism

Tags:-Spirituality -Taoism+Sophism +altright +Sparta +Athens +Plato

Dorianism comprises Spartanism and sophism.

Spartan-types make up the alt-right. Unsurprisingly, the alt-right support sophism and pretend to be gravely opposed to Platonism. It's no different than ancient Spartans pretending to be gravely opposed to the Athenian system of slave-making or modern conservatives pretending to be abhorred by phoney-liberalism.


Tags:-Angiosperm -Biology+Sophism +Lucifer +Slavery

All the lies and sophistries on the left are used to maintain Lucifer worship (reverence of left-brain aptitude) which is used to maintain slavery.

Full Image: http://i.imgur.com/we9Pl8J.jpg

Additional Resources:
[1] "Selected Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications on Psi Research." Institute of Noetic Sciences. http://noetic.org/research/psi-research.
[2] "A Proposed Mechanism for Angiosperm Evolution." First published: 17 Aug. 2015, http://en.minguo.info/book/panoramics/a_proposed_mechanism_for_angiosper....



*When sophism touches noetics, you get the lie that psi phenomena do not exist.

Maitreya Ishwara

[Image: Maitreya Ishwara]

Maitreya Ishwara's book Unity has a lot of useful spiritual information. I agree with Maitreya Ishwara on the existence of the Source, on Nirvana being union with Source consciousness, that humans have souls which separate them from animals, that reincarnation of the soul exists, and that Bardo (the realm of experience between lives) comprises heaven and hell.1

However, Maitreya Ishwara does not support the Darwinian mechanism of evolution (i.e. via natural selection). I do support Darwinian evolution.2

Additionally, Maitreya Ishwara has no understanding of communism.

Totalitarian communism's complete and abject failure in the 20th century grew in a climate of inefficiency, corruption and abuse of power.3

Maitreya Ishwara predicts that in the future, poverty will be eliminated and financial inequality will not be so severe. I don't see how this can happen if people think that there was financial redistribution in the USSR and that this redistribution was a failure.

See "Basic Income Economics": http://en.minguo.info/book/panoramics/basic_income_economics_parts_1_and_2

  • 1. More specifically, I support the idea that the human brain is advanced enough to comprise the extremely advanced level of neuronal programming referred to as 'soul.'
  • 2. "A Proposed Mechanism for Angiosperm Evolution." http://en.minguo.info/book/panoramics/a_proposed_mechanism_for_angiosper....
  • 3. Ishwara, Maitreya. Unity - The Dawn of Conscious Civilization. 3rd ed., Divine Publication UK, 2011, p. 297.

Captain Atlantis


[Image: Geoff Stirling Sr.]

The work of channellers like Geoff Stirling Sr. are extremely valuable because their symbolic storytelling has great accuracy. However, just like with the symbolic stories from the Dharma, there are portions that cater to inverse-civilization.

Journey to the West caters to Chinese emperors by having the Jade Emperor rule over heaven.

The Captain Atlantis series caters to non-democratic forms of government.

Canada is a constitutional monarchy, but not a representative democracy. A representative democracy would respect direct democracy as having highest authority. Canada's governmental system tries to prevent direct democracy.

Within the Captain Atlantis comic series, Sho-Gun, a giant robot, is purchased by Dealer and another member of the Super-Mafia from the Japanese criminal Fong.1 It's brought to Montreal to kidnap the British Queen and Prince Charles but is thwarted by Captain Canada. Captain Canada and Wayne Gretzky are listed as Sho-Gun's enemies. In one Captain Atlantis video, Captain Canada is shown standing over the Canadian parliament building after defeating forces of evil.2

Geoffrey Stirling Sr. does not like the Canadian government or monarchy.

In 1946, while the moribund colony of Newfoundland was wrestling with whether it should join Canada or seek independence, Stirling founded a tabloid magazine (the Sunday Herald) that urged the island to link with the United States instead.3

Stirling even co-founded the Economic Union Party (EUP) which opposed Newfoundland joining the dominion of Canada via Confederation. The EUP supported "responsible government" (restoration of Newfoundland self-rule), with the expectation that the independent Newfoundland government would revive the economy by negotiating free trade and a customs union with the US.4

Additionally, Wayne Gretzky endorsed Stephen Harper (who is a Dorian-type).5

What explains this? Let's just say there have been millions of fans of Journey to the West throughout the centuries who opposed the rule of the current dynasty and emperor in power.

The Source and the Infinite Light

Typically, when Westerners and people of the Abrahamic religions say the word 'God,' they are referring to the Source (Kabbalah: Ein Sof; Hinduism: Brahma), but sometimes they are actually describing the Infinite Light (Kabbalah: Ohr Ein Sof; Hinduism: Vishnu) without knowing it.

When people use God battling with the Devil to represent good battling with evil, they are referring to the Source aspect of God battling with the inverse-Source (evil, the Devil).

When people say "Underneath it all, God is in full control of all reality and has predestined everything" or "Underneath it all, the Devil is fully controlled by God too," they are referring to the Infinite Light aspect of God.

Christianity adds unnecessary confusion by conflating Jesus and the Holy Spirit with the Source. No human is on the same level as God (the Source/the Infinite Light.)

In Plato's Republic, Socrates wants the word 'God' to be used to mean the Source aspect of God alone and does not want the word 'God' to be used to refer to the Infinite Light aspect of God (the aspect of God that is the author of all things). For Socrates, God is distinct from the pantheon of Greek gods including Zeus.

[Socrates speaks with Adeimantus.]

Something of this kind, I replied: --God is always to be represented as he truly is, whatever be the sort of poetry, epic, lyric or tragic, in which the representation is given.

And is he not truly good? and must he not be represented as such?
And no good thing is hurtful?
No, indeed.
And that which is not hurtful hurts not?
Certainly not.
And that which hurts not does no evil?
And can that which does no evil be a cause of evil?
And the good is advantageous?
And therefore the cause of well-being?
It follows therefore that the good is not the cause of all things, but of the good only?

Then God, if he be good, is not the author of all things, as the many assert, but he is the cause of a few things only, and not of most things that occur to men. For few are the goods of human life, and many are the evils, and the good is to be attributed to God alone; of the evils the causes are to be sought elsewhere, and not in him.

That appears to me to be most true, he said.
Then we must not listen to Homer or to any other poet who is guilty of the folly of saying that two casks Lie at the threshold of Zeus, full of lots, one of good, the other of evil lots, and that he to whom Zeus gives a mixture of the two Sometimes meets with evil fortune, at other times with good; but that he to whom is given the cup of unmingled ill,

Him wild hunger drives o'er the beauteous earth. And again

Zeus, who is the dispenser of good and evil to us. And if any one asserts that the violation of oaths and treaties, which was really the work of Pandarus, was brought about by Athene and Zeus, or that the strife and contention of the gods was instigated by Themis and Zeus, he shall not have our approval; neither will we allow our young men to hear the words of Aeschylus, that God plants guilt among men when he desires utterly to destroy a house. And if a poet writes of the sufferings of Niobe --the subject of the tragedy in which these iambic verses occur --or of the house of Pelops, or of the Trojan war or on any similar theme, either we must not permit him to say that these are the works of God, or if they are of God, he must devise some explanation of them such as we are seeking; he must say that God did what was just and right, and they were the better for being punished; but that those who are punished are miserable, and that God is the author of their misery --the poet is not to be permitted to say; though he may say that the wicked are miserable because they require to be punished, and are benefited by receiving punishment from God; but that God being good is the author of evil to any one is to be strenuously denied, and not to be said or sung or heard in verse or prose by any one whether old or young in any well-ordered commonwealth. Such a fiction is suicidal, ruinous, impious.

I agree with you, he replied, and am ready to give my assent to the law.

Let this then be one of our rules and principles concerning the gods, to which our poets and reciters will be expected to conform --that God is not the author of all things, but of good only.