Monday, December 22, 2014

To be the Right Kind of Investment Banker.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

May your noses always be cold and wet.

(I am going to be in transit this coming week so... let us make this the last posting, until I am relocated. It might be a week or more and there will be no radio broadcasts tonight or next week. All ‘should be’ resolved somewhere in the week after this one coming).

I’ve been exchanging some communications with an old friend over recent days. I had the idea that I would drop in to see him on my way where I am going. In the process, I am hearing from him about how evil Assad is and Putin as well; not a word did I hear about Howdy Doody Obama and his Zionist, Murder Incorporated handlers. This guy considers himself well informed. For some reason he got the idea I was a fan of Bullhorn Jones, which I am not. He’s familiar enough with Bullhorn to consider him disinfo but... where does he get the strange ideas he has about the Syrian and Russian governments, to the exclusion of any actual knowledge to the contrary, which most definitely clarifies why some things happen? He absolutely doesn’t want to hear about the Zionists and is incapable of seeing the difference between a certain portion of a certain demographic being evil and all of them being evil, which is what he thinks I think; which I do not. Now... I understand WHY he has his fingers in his ears over this. It is because he is working on a film and he doesn’t want ANYONE to think he holds any radical ideas about the people running Hollywood, or their close relatives, the Central Bankers. I can understand that. I can’t behave in similar fashion because my conscience would kick my ass. I am unable to lie to myself about what is transparently so. This is not so difficult for many other people, if I am to judge by general patterns of behavior that I observe.

The incredible level of insanity that is going on these days, were it not so often contemptible and self seeking, would be humorous and oft times, very funny. Here we see both sides exhibiting classic neurotic behaviors. On the one hand we have the thoroughly compromised Greenpeace that has been serving the dark side for quite some time and on the other side we have the antiquity whiners, going on and on about the ruination of yet one more madness infused attachment to, religious site, raised to some high level of WTF, only matched by their lack of any knowledge besides speculation AND... it’s not like I don’t see value in the things of the past. It’s just that so many people overrate it all and raise it to a level of frenzied hysteria ( I am referring only to the language used; more PC poppycock) and it applies to religious relics and bankrupt traditions, old ruins eaten by jungle and no longer relevant to anything and not much going on at the moment is relevant to anything useful. Meanwhile they don’t learn the lessons of the past so what good are the reminders?

All of this deluded and murderous attachment to shit which, really... has no lasting value and which crazed refugees from The Treasure of the Sierra Madre wage wars over, scam over, seek to profit from and yadda yadda... it means nothing to me. I look at The Pope and I see a ridiculous, sexually dysfunctional, cartoon character who runs an empire of deception, which milks the bloody nickels of third world Hells and lies and lies and lies about all kinds of things.

This is something that doesn’t get enough consideration and which is generally not known in any wider sense and that is that most of the world’s religions are under the day to day control of Satanists. Most of the big hair mucky mucks of the Protestant evangelical money mongers are servants of the dark side. That is who they work for. Most of the New Age prophets, with their fat bank accounts, work for the same. Who else do you work for when you shill yourself as a servant of the people and you got a big bank account? I’m not talking about a few hundred grand in the bank or even a million. I’m not talking about a good salary or flying first class. Some people deserve these things and I have no quarrel with it. I have no quarrel with being rich. Some people deserve to be rich. They worked for it. They were inventive. They are owed this from another time; whatever. I’m talking about UNREASONABLE wealth and Yes! We are our brother’s keeper. Over a certain point people should give the rest away and if they don’t they have my contempt and not only my contempt, which probably doesn’t amount to much but another sector they really ought to be more concerned with. Money is essentially a tool along with being a medium for the exchange of goods. There’s nothing wrong with possessing money, except when the money possesses you. So many times in this life I have heard someone say, “When I get my money, I’m not going to be like all those other people. I’m going to be generous and giving.” Then they promptly turned in to all those people as soon as the money arrived.

It is a strange irony of life how cheap people with a lot of money can be and how generous those with much less can be. If you aren't using your money in a good way, your money will not use you in a good way and you will turn into the kind of person who is unable to enjoy their life and who possesses none of the features that would make them genuinely attractive to others; except for the money, which then dictates the quality and class of the people it attracts. You wind up with ashes in your mouth and you wind up paying for everything in all the ways you thought the money would save you from.

You may rest (not a good choice of word) assured that in this day and age, any big operation, be it religious, or wacko, like Scientology, or New Age like Marianne Williamson, Dr. Wayne Dwyer and sooooooo many others, are all in the thralls of Mammon. I've met some of these people and their vibe says it all; for those of us with the capacity to sense and interpret these things.

When I was in India, I went to the Ramana Maharshi ashram. I have been a big fan of Ramana all my life. It took me little time, in the process of walking around there, to sense that something was very wrong. I turned to Abdul, who had taken me there and I said, “there is something really dark going on here. Something is seriously off.” He said to me, “Well, the Jesuits have been running the place for a long time.” You could feel it in the air. I guess most people don’t have these senses activated but... then again, we have all had hunches, premonitions; “something seemed to say to me....” experiences”. It’s a gut thing, since it comes out of the subconscious and it can be a feature of intuition. One of the important things to realize about the Hermetic Sciences and traveling in the occult world; ‘occult’ means hidden and that is how I am using it here, is that there is often more than one way that things do and can happen.

I have noticed this material culture, all about the money thing, at just about every ashram I have visited. True wisdom has retreated to the Himalayas, or somewhere like them. Running around looking for succor or salvation in any of these places is a fool’s game. The truth is that most of us cut deals with ourselves about what will permit in our behavior; what we will allow and agree to, so that what is actually our self interest, can prosper. I KNOW for a fact and some numbers of you do too; living on the line, keeping your integrity intact, is (can seem) costly and unpredictable. It can give rise to all kinds of negative head space, which one must overcome and which is there precisely for that reason anyway. Of special note, once again, is the reality of the age we live in and the strong, strong force it exerts upon human behavior, human aspiration, human intention et al. You can’t manage the whole fustercluck on your own. I realize it is hard to hew to the line. I realize that it is one tough job to walk the talk and to live according to the principles you espouse and the tests can be brutal in that regard ...because the rewards are conversely commensurate.

It doesn’t matter what others think of you, nearly as much as what you think of yourself. One’s primary concern has to be, to be in accord with what one believes to be true and to live accordingly. Other people, most of the time, do not judge you objectively, they project their own propensities upon you; basically that means, “Well, if that were me I would be a certain way (not in a good way), so therefore this fellow must be too.” Of course, usually one doesn’t have this actual conversation. There is a transference from the subconscious about what we know ourselves as.

There is no way that a person, operating with an open heart and staying on course, can avoid slander and betrayal. Mysterious agendas from the invisible actually often set this kind of thing up; cause people to behave badly. All of it, as we have said here so many, many time, is for the purpose of demonstration and what we take away from the demonstrations and how we act following them is the what is of what is what. If you let the barking dogs and catcalling get to you, you might want to investigate your level of commitment. Three pillars of true Islam are; faith, certitude and determination; don’t leave home without them. Secure possession of these things guarantees ultimate success in any endeavor and it’s not about religion or some moral stricture of a culture. Anyone, in pursuit of anything, will have success with these priceless possessions.

We have to realize that, although we are alone, we are not alone. We have to realize that even if we cannot see where we are going all the time, we can see where we are. We have to realize that no matter what situation we are in, there is a way out and invariably it presents itself, or one remains still and it presents itself. We must realize that as long as we are seeking to intensify our Love, Love will be our passport. A good study to engage in is, once again a part of self inquiry, to look at what happens when your love departs, for whatever reason and what it is that temporarily (we hope-grin) replaces it.

Communications from this point will be sporadic for the next ten days. Enjoy your holiday seasons and in this season of the spirit of giving; give yourself away, each and every day... insofar as you can manage that from the place where nothing negative will come out of the activity or... should I say... where nothing negative can have any lasting impact. The world is the world is the world, after all. Much love.......

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wiggins said...

Merry Christmas to you Les.....have a safe journey to your new destination.

DAD said...

Merry Christmas sir Vis. This relocation may it be a non event and a transition that gives you peace. David

Jenny said...

A very Merry Christmas to you! I am sure your travels will be filled with joy! Happy landings wherever you end up...much love from your friend Jen

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas, safe travels, and a happy and prosperous New Year to you, Visible.



maya seri said...

Safe travel,a merry Christmas and prosperous new year to you sir.


Anonymous said...

I wish you a merry Christmas and a warm welcome in all of your destinations.


galen said...

Vis, in your post today you wrote:

"A good study to engage in is, once again a part of self inquiry, to look at what happens when your love departs, for whatever reason and what it is that temporarily (we hope-grin) replaces it."

Might you one day elaborate on this? No hurry at all, even months down the road. It just feels like there's something very important in it for me but I can't place my finger on it. Nonetheless, I will somehow (though not quite sure how) put it into practice.


Love To Push Those Buttons said...

Safe journey, dude. Even if you didn't put your nose in one of those bubble.

galen said...

ps: That old friend you mentioned. . . I'm surrounded by the like. Seems there's an epidemic. The true off-spring of NPR. They give me hives. I give them my back. Shame on me!! But except in some very rare cases, there's no reaching them. Last week one told me why all public bathrooms need cameras to keep us safe. Insanity knows no bounds.


Anonymous said...

via Homer..

Les Visible prabhu, happy trails!

May Christmas tears and cheers carry you home.

marilyn said...

love and peace to you,, tomorrow and more.
merry christmas. a happy new year where ever you end up at.

est said...

you won't be traveling alone
there are many here, pulling for you

may you have a soft landing
with all obstruction, removed

galen said...

RIP Joe Cocker :(


Brian Crossland said...

Bon Voyage,
God speed and merry Christmas Vis,
and all who sail here.

BCii said...


My sense of it is that it is the simple act of impartially observing the self in its different states that eventually brings the needed insight. When your love seems to be gone, where did it go? Well, it's not like it literally went anywhere: it's typically a question of the mind getting in its own way and losing touch with the ever-present inner light that will always appear when the obstacles to its appearance (judgment, resistance, doubt on a primary level) are no more. Does this make sense, or am I way off base as to what you were getting at? You can have judgment, resistance, and doubt enter your field due to whatever trigger, and yet remain in that impartial observer mode on the basic level and thereby retain your equanimity, so to speak. Nothing can harm or threaten that which you ultimately are.

"It doesn’t matter what others think of you, nearly as much as what you think of yourself. One’s primary concern has to be, to be in accord with what one believes to be true and to live accordingly."

If we begin to affirm to ourselves that the personal self we appear to be is an individual expression of infinite divine love passing through a journey of loss and rediscovery, of falling away and reconciliation, forgetting and remembering... if we reprogram our subconscious, through persistent repetition of the self-reminder that "I am that love which always is and always will be, which allows all things to arise, freely express, and pass away, and recognizes the eternal, inherent, and equal value of all things as expressions of the One" then we truly gain the qualities commensurate with that identity: patience, wisdom, et cetera. It is a long journey, to be sure, but the magic begins when you realize that there's nothing you need to change or do in order for love to belong to you, for you to partake in the miracle of love, because that love is already doing everything on your behalf, knows all things on your behalf, and forgives all things on your behalf, whether you are aware of it or not. The unconditionality of it is what most of us seem to miss: we divide the world into opposites whereas love sees only unity expressing as paradox.

"We must realize that as long as we are seeking to intensify our Love, Love will be our passport."

Oh, this is very true. Thank God. And thanks again to you, Visible. You do so much. You're overdue for some more laid-back and expansive times, if there's any fairness on a human level in this joint. (grin) Have an awesome Christmas season!

May we all partake of the Christmas spirit, wherever we are in the world. It is a magical time; may we be engaged in taking that magic and shaping good things out of it with our loving attention and most heartfelt energies. A most uplifting and rejuvenating Christmas to us all. May the Christ-child find a place in our hearts to be born, and may we marvel as Mary did at its beauty and innocent power. Much love to you all.


robert said...

@ BCii

Thank you William, for your beautiful revelation of Visibles' post!

with the ever-present inner light that will always appear when the obstacles to its appearance (judgment, resistance, doubt on a primary level) are no more

I watch what occurs after a fit of self-destructive verbal abuse, replaying the inner drill sergeant as played to the bone by the inner yenta:

The resonance of the judgmental, cruel self-cursing at the innocent heart is shocking and heart-breaking.

If no counter balance occurs to right the ship, it begins to list, all the reasons to give in to the unconscious forces and recycle the symbiote immediately, "for the children"

Thank you for your offering of love from a place of compassion.

I needed it and you can be sure many others do as well.

Merry Christ Mass!

::opostco decision

Anonymous said...

This isn't a new visible origami, its a new smoking mirrors. are you giving your readers iq tests again.

Ray B. said...

Vis: "A good study to engage in is, once again a part of self inquiry, to look at what happens when your love departs, for whatever reason and what it is that temporarily (we hope-grin) replaces it."

galen said: "Might you one day elaborate on this? ... It just feels like there's something very important in it for me but I can't place my finger on it."

Galen, if I might add my interpretation, it has to do with the build-up of pain. And, it is indeed important.

Every time we interact with another (including body language and the psychic side), there is either acceptance (which produces the emotional-precursor which is Pleasure) or rejection (which produces the emotional-precursor which is Pain). If the pain is felt-through in near-real-time, it does not build up. On the other hand, if the pain is 'dodged' for any of a million reasons, it does not vanish into the aethers. It becomes an ever-increasing 'burden' which eventually eclipses and shuts-out the pleasure side.

Two of the pleasure-side emotions are Joy and Love...

(If the pain-load is severe enough or long-lasting enough, the person can have an actual 'crisis' where they identify with the pain side. After that, they will act according to pain-side 'rules' and actively resist anything coming-in from the pleasure-side. These are harder to 'cure', but it can be done.)

Fortunately, starting with the pain-side emotions like anger, rage, fear, or sadness, one can 'drill-down' to the pain underlying these emotions and feel through it. Then, that particular 'event' goes away permanently. (Not the memory, just the emotional load.) Done enough times, the pain-side diminishes and the pleasure-side dominates. (Yeaah!)

Two of the pleasure-side emotions are Joy and Love...

As an incentive to any reader, as the pain-load diminishes, the sky gets brighter, colors become more vivid, and life just generally becomes more worth living...

(Thanks, Galen, for putting up with my long-windedness!}

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

P.S. It also helps, when possible, to more-associate with folks who will add more pleasure than pain... (ironic grin)

speedyturtle said...

much love & happy travels les...your help in this world my worlds goes beyond words..thanks for it all

galen said...

Thank you, William. I will sit with your words and consider.

I was mostly taking it as a caution. If you're overcome with the illusion that "your love" has departed, be careful what you replace it with: addictions, bad habits, acting out, frustrations, disappointments, schemes, strategies, or any other ego-driven behaviors. Could be off base; just looking through my own experience. I do know Love never leaves, even when all looks dismal or chaotic. Thanks for taking the time. Christmas bless us all.


Erik said...

Safe travels, many thanks and Godspeed Vis,

Merry Christmas to One and All ...

galen said...

Ray, not to worry about the long-windedness; we wouldn't want anyone to die a horrible death. (grin)

And I'm trying to keep up with all the analysis. It's a stretch for me, being more right brain, but I'm getting the gist of it. I just knew there would be something in there having to do with "pain," that eternal nemesis sprinkled on most paths. But maybe pain is NOT eternal, hmmmm. . . (Aside: Quiet, galen, you'll open up a whole other discussion with the more left-brainers and you won't have time for Christmas). (grin again)

And right, Ray, not dealing with it is like skeletons in the closet: when we're not looking they're in there having babies.

Okay, lest I be long-winded. Ha ha ha ha ha. Now next time my "love departs" I just hope I can remember to study "what temporarily replaces it." Should have had this with me two days ago when Gollum stopped in unexpectedly. (Final grin of the post)


Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas, Viz and everybody else, too.

Things I have learned from reading Visible:

When I resent it means I am wrong.

People don't listen with intent to understand. Rather they listen with intent to respond. (Paraphrase of quote by Stephen Covey)

Intuition is more important than reason.

Shear ego and self hatred are the same thing. (paraphrase of a sentiment expressed by Herman Hesse)

Reason is the ally of insanity.

"All paths are the same path." Euripides

Selfish desire sooner of later brings misery.

Atheists and materialists have no logical underpinning to what they believe. Basically their opinions are based on what they think is fashionable.

Religion;mysticism;spiritualism unite people in a political sense and ignite the imagination. I have come to the conclusion that the only reason civilization exist is so that men can build monuments to deities.

Priests run things. Always have and always will. 'tis the Priests who anoint the kings.

There is a diabolical subversion of society. a united front working to an agenda. I have no idea what 'they' want. It could be as simple as they just enjoy murder, larceny and perversion.


Erik said...


Apparently pain is one of our best teachers ... maybe the most 'raw' of our emotions?

However pain is still this same (unconditional) Love, this time in "drag" ...

But, like Vis always says "I don't know" ;)



galen said...

Thanks, Erik. I like your metaphor. And thanks too, for not going over three sentences.



galen said...

Christmas in New Orleans:


Anonymous said...


Merry Christmas. May solstitial power be the wind at your back. May the jewel of the Pacific welcome a high kahuna, you. Magnificent trails to you.

I spit on the betrayers.



mikem said...

Feliz Navidad Senor Vis

Anonymous said...

via Homer..

In Kali yuga Love is often held hostage by reason.

Reason and Love

Ray B. said...

Well, let's see, it shouldn't be too hard to do a post in only three sentences.

On no, I've just used up one of my sentences!

I can't do it; I can't do it, I can't do it; A U G H H H ...

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas. To while away the time I flipped open Blavatsky's magnum opus and fell up her mentioning St. Augustus and Terullian as having called the devil, "the monkey of God." She claimed such views came from ignorance, but I had a chuckle thinking that for some Hanuman was an avatar of Shiva.

Before that I had flipped the bible open and landed at Jeremiah 23:

Therefore thus saith the LORD of hosts concerning the prophets; Behold, I will feed them with wormwood, and make them drink the water of gall: for from the prophets of Jerusalem is profaneness gone forth into all the land.

Of course Levant wormwood is Artemisia cina, the active ingredient being santonin.

"... Van Gogh's artwork—may have been inspired not by thujone and its presumed psychotropic effects, but on the "yellow vision" or xanthopsia which is a known side effect of santonin."

Which is a nice thought. But returning to Jeremiah 23:

Behold, a whirlwind of the LORD is gone forth in fury, even a grievous whirlwind: it shall fall grievously upon the head of the wicked.

20 The anger of the LORD shall not return, until he have executed, and till he have performed the thoughts of his heart: in the latter days ye shall consider it perfectly.

Remembering the birth of Rudra, something to consider.

Missing Munich said...

gesegnete Weihnachten, ein gutes Neues Jahr, und eine gute Reise.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas Visible! Welcome back to the land of....consumerism and blindness. But I think many on the West Coast hope to see you before it is all done, I know many in Oregon would respond to your messages.

Visible said...

well said Homer! okay... into the positive wind (grin), See you, literally on the other side.

insiam said...

for Galen ..... as promised :)

excuse the singer - :)) (i use the term loosely)

Doug Pearson said...

I´m quite proud to be a flake on here. Merry Xmas to you Visible...

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas Vis!!! Safe journey to you!!! Wonders await!!!


galen said...

Ray, you did it!! A new paradigm for you; Nutshellism. :)

Insiam, I have no words, but let me find a few. First up: Wow!!

I can't tell you how that filled my heart. Then all of me, from head to toe turned into a sea of joy. Wow, thank you, and keep on singing. That voice is raw and soulful, kinda like a first cousin to a certain Shane MacGowan's.

Bless you and yours always.


galen said...

Graham Parker attempting to recover from the holiday:

3 minutes:



I've broken your glass, called someone a dirty name
Made a nuisance of myself in front of friends
I've dug my own grave, please don't let me lie in it
Instead let's bury everything that caused us pain

Speak to me girl, speak to me, darling
You're not a princess, I'm not prince charming
Speak with your tongue, use body language
And pull your skin like wrapping paper 'round my heart

Sometimes I feel the kick has gone, it gets mundane
So I team up with the devil and make hell
But I'll hang on in as long as I know I've got you
As long as I know love's a cure that makes me well

Speak to me girl, speak to me, darling
You're not a princess, I'm not prince charming
Speak with your tongue, use body language
And pull your skin like wrapping paper 'round my heart

We move around, drag ourselves from town to town
Wrap up lots of gifts and toys and China tea
But they don't feel nothin', they're just inanimate
They just go in suitcases and fly away

Speak to me girl, speak to me, darling
You're not a princess, I'm not prince charming
Speak with your tongue, use body language
And pull your skin like wrapping paper 'round my heart


Ray B. said...

After some thought, I have decided I am more of TaRDiS-type (bigger on the inside than on the outside) rather than a Nutshell-er. In this Spirit, Happy Holy Days (the reason for the season:

From "Freedom's Gate: The Lost Symbols in the U.S. Capitol" by William Henry & Dr. Mark Gray, p.25:
In Sufism, it is called "the most sacred body" and the "supracelestial body." Taoists call it "the diamond body," and those who have attained it are called "the immortals" and "the cloudwalkers." Yogic schools and Tantrics call it "the divine body." In Kriya yoga, it is called "the body of bliss." In Vedanta, it is called "the superconductive body." The ancient Egyptians called it "the luminous body or being" (akh) or the karast. This conception evolved into Gnosticism, where it is called "the radiant body." In the Mithraic liturgy, it was called "the perfect body." ... In the Hermetic Corpus, it is called "the immortal body." In the alchemical tradition, the Emerald Tablet calls it "the golden body."
(Note that Christianity has had this 'body' deleted since the Gnostics were pushed out of the Christian camp at the Council of Nicaea in AD 325. If it were reinstated, it might be called the Christic body...)

The above quote gives me a 'lift' every time I read it. We are not alone...

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Anonymous said...

Theists call it "the spiritual body"

Hayagrīva: This is the continuation of Origen. Origen believed that all the elements that are found in the material body are also found in the spiritual body, which he called the interior man.

rabhupāda: The spirit soul is within this material body, but the spirit soul has no material body originally. There is a spiritual body of the spirit soul eternally existing, and the material body is simply coating of the spiritual body. This material body is considered as coating, shirt-coat. It is cut according to the bodily shape. So because the spiritual body has got shape, the material body also takes a shape. That is understanding. But material body has nothing to do with the spiritual body. It is simply external coating, or it is a kind of contamination for suffering of the spirit soul. As soon as he is coated with this material contamination, he identifies himself with the coating and he forgets his real, spiritual body. That is called māyā, ignorance.

Hayagrīva: Origen believed that the interior man, or the spiritual body, also has spiritual senses which enable the soul to taste, see, touch and contemplate the things of God.

Prabhupāda: Yes, that is devotional life.

The 3rd Elf said...

Just a note that Vis emailed me a few hours ago...

He seems fine. Hopefully he might publish something later today (and as it's around 0230 in Hawaii as I write this, there's a whole bunch of "today" remaining for him in which to do that...)

Or he may rest up instead, no idea. Main thing is, he seems to be safe, and well.


BCii said...

Thank you, 3rd Elf. That's good to hear.

I've run into a little book, freely available here, via Wes Penre's site. I think it will be of interest to many of Vis' readers. I'll come back and expand on it once I've had a chance to finish reading and digest it a little bit.

Aloha all!

Visible said...

a new Petri Dish is up now-

The Fierce Encroachment of the Last Gasp of Darkness.

Anonymous said...

Dear Visible, let us all know you are ok. If you're experiencing technical difficulties, send up a flare.

Elf 3 said...

Last word from the Vis was 2 days ago....



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