Thursday, January 29, 2015

Deep in a Mangrove Swamp with a Broken Leg and a Busted Crutch

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

May your noses always be cold and wet.

I'm getting a little annoyed at that 'cold and wet' maxim. It's fine if I am writing this in a kennel or a dog pound; then again, one might not be altogether remiss in assuming I am doing exactly that after a fashion. Since the dog symbolizes desire and we live in a world ruled by it... well. Right.

One of the things that happens to the human consciousness when it is immersed in material culture is that it forgets what it actually is and begins to accept the identity programmed into it by the force of materialism, thus rendering this potentially cosmos embracing force into that of a mindless consumer, being herded in one direction after another by the hidden persuaders. Most of humanity is then rendered into hundreds of millions of pinballs bouncing into bumpers that generate lights and noises. It doesn't matter how proficient the player is, eventually the pinball goes down the bottom chute. After that, all sense of play and engagement in the magnetic fields of delusional life ends; at least for the moment... a new game... a new life... maybe the playing field looks different. It is still on an incline though and the same way that casinos make incredible profits, regardless of the occasional big winners is because the odds favor the house.

Millions of people fly in and out of Las Vegas every year. Why they go there can be for several reasons. They are hopeful they will win something. Usually they will not. They are hoping that something exciting will happen to them. Since excitement can manifest in positive and negative ways, they can count on something exciting happening (grin). They go there hoping something fantastic, at least in the eye of the imagination will occur; they will meet someone and romance will result. They will hire someone and some rough facsimile of romance will occur. They've heard what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Good luck with that. I have never been to Vegas. I might as well put an ad on Craig's List for a vampire to come to my house and suck all the blood from my body. I don't see the difference between that and going to Vegas.

People lose fortunes there all the time. They seldom win any. I am sure you can find all kinds of things there. If you have the money. Depending on what your tastes are, you'll need more than money to get it done and get on your way without hassle further on. The way the world works these days is much like the carrot on the stick with a horse, except there is no carrot there. It is perhaps a holographic carrot, or a sexual device cosmeticized to resemble a carrot but which you would be advised not to eat. In the case of most people, they don't eat carrots anyway. A truly unfortunate number of people these days eat no vegetables at all. Life long card carrying Satanist, George, Stroll Walker, Bush must have meditated for years upon his opportunity to tell the nation that he hated Broccoli and one of the perks of being an adult was that he never had to eat it again. A bit of research into the many health wonders of Broccoli will clear up any mystery about why he said what he did. I can't remember if this was before or after he threw up into the lap of the Japanese Prime Minister. I'm thinking what caused it is some wag added holy water in the Miso Soup.

Bread and Circuses... lottery tickets... thousands and thousands of contests and raffles... introductory offers of all sorts that snag you in with a free first month or some pointless gratuity (over the long haul,)... free hotel rooms if you are going to throw away a certain amount of money... Free airline flights... Internecine wars between cellphone companies and cable companies and every company anywhere competing for money that doesn't need to be spent there. It is now one gigantic carnival of toxic lights and sounds... suicidal dietary choices... hot and cold running alcohol... pharmaceuticals with so many side effects mentioned in their commercials that if you don't break out laughing when you hear them being listed, something is wrong with your mind and if you actually use these things, something is absolutely wrong with your mind.

Let us address some of the techniques and principals illustrated here at different intervals. They didn't just waft out of some geothermal vent. They have been presented because there are some unpleasant agendas at work and these techniques give one a fighting chance to get through or around the pervasive enemy action being directed at you. Tactics of enslavement in a material culture are pretty straightforward, once you acknowledge that the practitioners are completely bent out of shape according to any moral or human schematic. They seek to separate you from your fellows. They set you in conflict with each other based on skin color and creed, as well as political preferences. They bewilder you with a blizzard of disposable items. They create tension between the sexes and they amplify the power and importance of tiny demographics of alternative sexual persuasion. Oh... they are busy night and day with endless lies, generated fears and every kind of havoc that they can manifest. They are engaged in telepathic invasions and they are engaged in all manner of mind control; some of it is the result of technology and some of it is a little more arcane.

When one performs empty mind disciplines they naturally evict the mind parasites and neutralize lower register parasites and invaders. When one practices any of the simple and effective techniques that come and go around here, one has a much better chance of negotiating the relentless assaults being generated by some seriously evil entities. You are in a much better position to maintain a positive mindset and in a much better position to get useful advice because the interference has been cut back.

These are difficult times. For some, these are very difficult times. If you don't have certain timeless survival skills, the road you will be herded onto is going to take you all the way up Shit Creek and leave you in a Mangrove swamp with a broken leg and a busted crutch. These fiends don't just come around now and again like a couple of Mormons or Jehovah's Witless. They are full time committed to your destruction on every level they can cause it to occur on. Unless your head is filled with Milk Duds or Styrofoam popcorn, you should have some idea of how it has all been trending and who it is that has been taking it on the chin and other areas of the human anatomy.

If you CAN'T SEE what is going on, you are in big trouble. If you can't see what is going on, that means someone else is controlling what you see and how you see it. You are not seeing what is going on, you are seeing a fake video where the camera has been shut down and the interface diverted to manufactured data with nothing but false impressions. Experience false impressions for even a fairly short while and you take them for granted as the real thing. Broad Daylight Awareness shuts down the phony data stream and turns on the camera again.

Sometimes the challenges that we face are intimidating. I just passed out of such a sequence not long ago; not long ago at all. Persistence furthers and I've been persistent and I was persistent. It didn't look good for awhile. It might not look so good again further on but “that's life. That's what they say.” I cannot understand why the movie wants to stay in the same thematic so often. The most frustrating thing seems to be that regardless of one's dedication to personal change, one is not permitted to change anything, nor does one know what it is one is supposed to change. Well... it appears that 'keep on keeping on' will suffice when one has no effective solutions. It is one thing to be feeling your way in the dark and quite another to have the walls and the floor moving at inopportune moments.

Personally, I have long passed the demarcation light between ridiculous and absurd. I see the same thing happening in the world around me. I have come to see that patterning and conditioning are very powerful weapons of influence. Throw in the natural inclination of most people to cooperate with authority and add in the natural inclination of people to obey and respect authority, for any number of bizarre reasons, even when the evidence on the surface shows those authorities to be criminal and corrupt to an appalling degree. There's more going on than the Maytag repairman in the laundry room.

Today I finally got internet in my little yurt office and the TV system went into effect within the same small window of time, in a completely unrelated way. It was like someone came in and waved a magic wand. Now... I don't watch TV but maybe there is something I'm supposed to see soon or maybe I'm supposed to get a little more familiar with what they are up to there. I was moving around the channels and I came across an advert for something called “My Big Fat Fabulous Life?” I can't remember exactly what the title was. I saw some scenes. It appears to be about a woman who weighs somewhere around 500 pounds and the word 'grotesque' comes to mind. I'm sure you can find vids of what I am talking about. It looks like some kind of reality TV thing. It was designed to look as shallow and depraved as possible. I'm guessing there are dozens of these programs running around at the moment. It ain't accidental. The news is not accidental. The daily policy of church and state is not accidental or coincidental. There is some kind of perverse purpose to it all. I think I've mentioned a time or too what my take on it all is. You probably have your thoughts too.

At the moment everything is just out of the tunnel. Maybe that's the end of it for a bit, unless I happen to be taking a train through Switzerland.

End Transmission.......

Visible sings: I Have to Walk in the Sunlight by Les Visible♫ I Have to Walk in the Sunlight ♫
'I Have to Walk in the Sunlight' will feature on a forthcoming Visible album, in 2015
Lyrics (pops up)

A new Visible album


est said...

some things focus the mind
and we gain that point of view

so much to distract us [every time]
it's almost more than one can do

Curtis Matthew Ellsworth said...

I'm no Ayn Rand fan, and that's that. Often enough, darker types can mention something relevant. So, in quoting/paraphrasing "good old" Mrs. Rand: "We can avoid reality all we want, we just can't avoid the consequences for having avoided reality." That being said, I'm still merely trying to understand the reality of just how many lies and blatant, sloppy psy ops can get perpetrated, and I am still seeing the "sane" folks still name-calling just to keep the same exact context in moving forward into a cosmological paradigm shift, not just a mundane one. How "sane" was any of that? I state that as a rhetorical question that might, soon enough, not be so rhetorical. Hey, I've given up on being "that sane" a long time ago, and I believe the dividend for that's about to come due; Then, it's action time because, don't I know, talk is cheap, cheap cheap over here. I long for some serious action against the literal satanists, and saying "I can't wait" is just a saying. Now, I'll go make yet another angry-ass call to some scared, elite idiots to make them even more scared and more stupid than the day before. Well, that's my intent anyways...

Anonymous said...

Hi Vis
You say "The most frustrating thing seems to be that regardless of one's dedication to personal change, one is not permitted to change anything, nor does one know what it is one is supposed to change". Be assured that you do change things, its just that you don't neccesarily see the effect - and from my point of view this is a change for the better. And i feel sure in that many of your readers would say the same!
Keep on keeping on my friend

Anonymous said...

Not everyone goes to Las Vegas for the nefarious reasons you are suggesting.

Some people go to attend conventions relating to art, music, or education.

Others might stay there because they are studying the earth sciences in the area...climate science, wildlife biology, geology, hydrology (Hoover Dam, anyone?),
and so on.

Or it might be a sporting event. A rodeo, a mountain bike race, water-skiing, or a sheep-herding competition (grin).

Others might be passing through on their way to go snow skiing, rock climbing, or exploring the myriad beautiful places in the west.

Some of us work (yes, work) in professions where we can travel and get temporary contracts in places like Vegas.

Think about it. If an event is planned that could involve a lot of people coming from a lot of different places, it makes more sense to book yer gig in Vegas than in say, Winnemucca or Minot or BF Kansas.

Big airport hub, centrally located (sort of), public transportation, predictable weather, convention centers, plentiful food and lodging for all, and more affordable as whole than say, LA or NYC. The infrastructure is already there.

Think outside the box. Not everyone goes there with the intention of winning or scoring. Not everyone who goes there is a whore, or looking for one. A lot of people are just having fun, living their lives, working, and maybe learning something along the way. Better to do it in Vegas than in a more eco-sensitive environment, right?

If you don't like it, you don't have to go there, but don't categorize everyone who goes to Vegas as a loser.

Katy said...

Mr. Anonymous:

whatever did you mean by BF Kansas?
We are here tucked away in the flint hills, on the Osage questas, on the Konza prairie.

We raise lavender for our bees that pollinate your food.
We provide safe habitat for eagles and walleye and children.
Porn and murder and cons are rare.

High winds and hayscent and horsewhinney are common.

We have yurts.

We all go about manifesting who we are, BF.

By the way we also have a huge city, the center of barbeque and blues and pretty little women, smack in the
middle of the country. Don't fall prey to your own last sentence.

Anonymous said...

Anon at 11:26,

Whether the irony was intentional or not, your post is a lucid definition of a "sheep-herding competition".


Anonymous said...

thanks for that brief message from the nevada tourism board

i find it amusing you felt the need to sell las vegas in such a material context -- happy you work (yes work!) in such a lovely place.

mikem said...

Took a trip to the Grand Canyon recently. Beautiful and spiritual experience.

My better half suggested we go to Las Vegas before heading back and I reluctantly agreed.

As soon as we arrived in Vegas I could feel something ominous in the air. 1st thing was the hotel trying to rip us off. We were going to stay 2 nights but cancelled that. Overcrowded, dirty, overpriced, the whole place smelled like an ashtray.

Couldn't get out of there fast enough and once we got back to the deserts of Arizona our mood changed for the better and the rest of the trip went relatively smooth.

Las Vegas is a shithole that only offers sex , drugs, an overabundance of food and booze, shopping and overcrowded tourist traps.

Nice if you dig that sort of thing, It appears I have outgrown such things.

Anonymous said...

Well there you have it... some people like LV, some don't! Moving on...

Anonymous said...

Everybody should see Vegas at least once. It is not prosperous like it once was. In years gone by a casino might have seven crap tables and you had a hard time getting a spot. They were packed, lots of free drinks. Now there might be only one open crap table with a few gamers. I used to love to play craps but I never let it hurt me.

The strip has some great attractions. Check out Caesars Palace (they recently filed for bankruptcy). Lots of other stuff to. It is worth a visit but don't stay on the strip and get ripped off. You will get ripped off.

Vegas also has a major water problem that will get absolutely critical before too long. I don't think the city has a very bright future.

Like you I don't watch TV but the wife likes old movies and the old sitcoms. Turn on the TV sometime late at night. 90% of the commercials are either trying to get you to take some drug or join a class action suit because you did. It's hilarious, the idiots in this country will never get it figured out.

As for the Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses I love to talk to them but unfortunately they don't stop at my house. They used to, but now they just walk right on by. Don't get the idea I was belligerent, that isn't the case. I would let them quote some inspirational scripture and then I would pull my bible and quote something from Deuteronomy. Like the joos go into some village and murder every man, woman and child even the dogs and cats so saith the lord. Then I tell them is that your concept of God? You can't pick and choose, it is either the word of God or not. I get into other things to put them on the spot. They can't handle it so I'm blackballed from their words of wisdom.


nina said...

Wait, before you move on Anonymous 4, I am a resident, part time, of your Sin City. Do you work for their Chamber of Commerce or something? Every time I am there I feel trapped, like there is no escape from the evil that pervades that city, if it can even be called a city, divided into quadrants of ethnicity and income, the place floats of a sea of roaches, the homeless who got that way from staring glazed at one eyed bandits in every gas station will be at your door day and night calling you to come play. It is still so new in the more typical lifespan of urban centers they are missing key elements that might actually win friends and influence intelligent people. The strip is only a facade on steroids holding up the fraud of illusion and get rich quick schemery. Everybody carries, so you don't want to point out to them they are standing on an inversion of a sinkhole. Lao-Tzu? What's that? I suggest if you want to discuss a location with any authenticity, you actually live there first.

Anonymous said...

Sorry Anonymous

I gotta say the entire state of Nevada (excepting the wild horses of course, which the people there capture and kill as they can) is beyond hideous. Let's start with the color perception there. Beyond hideous. Magenta and hot pink juxtaposed with brown and black and white polyester. Ugly red carpet and somewhere an all blue room (not a nice blue).

I have never gambled. Most of the population of Nevada is there because of the gambling. Only really dumb people haven't figured out that gambling is always stupid and harmful, also very boring and surrounded by ugly types like gangsters and prostitutes. They have to have really cheap food to even get lots of people to come.

As for the dam, one of the most terrifying things I have ever experienced was driving along and suddenly seeing the Hoover Dam. Dams are stupid anyway but that one is really awful looking, sort of like a slide for Satan's children. Here's the deal with dams: Rain falls and accumulates on mountaintops as snow. In spring, the snow melts and trickles down and out to make the earth green. One of the main tactics of the demons is to capture the water in an area and imprison it behind concrete and then SELL IT TO THE PEOPLE. The formerly green earth around the mountain turns to a desert. People build around the dam and run their sewage into the water behind the dam. The animals die or leave and go somewhere where the monsters have not yet stolen the water. (Starbucks was effective in destroying Tanzania [formerly drop-dead gorgeous] by capturing their water and planting coffee plants on the sacred Kilimanjaro Mountain.)

No surprise they built Area 51 in Nevada and set off nuclear bombs.



Thomas said...

I know it might seem ridiculous that I give you advice, Vis, but it does seem that your relative abstinence from both internet and TV has allowed you to get more in touch with "yourself", and now, tasting these things again, e.g. "fat fabulous life", you can describe them more clearly, because it looks like you are looking out at the world from some deeper, more peaceful layer. It is a subtle thing, but very noticeable, at least to me. Perhaps it something in me that has changed, but still, it's what I see. Someone said something like: "one does not need to drink the whole bottle to know if it's good or bad wine".

Thank you for your work, dedication and example. I hope things will stay clear for you, friend.

Visible said...

heh heh; strike a chord and more than one string vibrates. Nice to see you again Nina. I know you are always lurking about (grin).

Thomas; interesting intuitional snatch there. Just yesterday, I came out of a meddlesome state that was really running me around; one of those purpose of demonstration thing. It got the door finally and... sometimes the whole world changes when one thing comes or goes.

Sometimes... I think we are distracted so that we don't interfere with what is really going on and we get head games from the top of the primal mover. Next thing we know, something happened but we certainly didn't do it.

Yep... some people like me and some don't. I try to serve both sides of that equation. I'm not always successful but that doesn't change anything.

Unknown said...

Las vegas is a nexus of evil. Had keys stolen and visa skimmed within a week. Interesting to witness the depths of bottom feeder humanity but all in all not a nice place to spend winter. .

Spring is soon.

Rain Waters

mikem said...


missingarib said...

Vis, how limitless are our thoughts and dreams when they embrace more than a narrow focus of will for only one's person or group.
When our hopes and prayers are joined with like willed spirits engaging in the graces of a life that shares all fruits of thought and hands.
The heart that reflects on mind before the first thought stirs . The heart that reflects on the symmetry of ear and eye ,of touch smell, the coordination of mind and will a graceful journey unsullied. The mindful effort to cultivate a clean true reflection.
"When one performs empty mind disciplines they naturally evict the mind parasites and neutralize lower register parasites and invaders. When one practices any of the simple and effective techniques that come and go around here, one has a much better chance of negotiating the relentless assaults being generated by some seriously evil entities. You are in a much better position to maintain a positive mindset and in a much better position to get useful advice because the interference has been cut back.'

The matter of our life, the will of heaven,naturally producing and reintegration of its manifestations .

The outlaws exhaust themselves attempting to create perpetual motion without truth . The lie like friction generates heat and resistance. The emotional heat we feel from their evil machinations revels their pretense.
You and I and your readers have as you state: (I)"have long passed the demarcation light between ridiculous and absurd. I see the same thing happening in the world around me. I have come to see that patterning and conditioning are very powerful weapons of influence. Throw in the natural inclination of most people to cooperate with authority and add in the natural inclination of people to obey and respect authority, for any number of bizarre reasons, even when the evidence on the surface shows those authorities to be criminal and corrupt to an appalling degree. There's more going on than the Maytag repairman in the laundry room."

God bless your life and work
live long

Ray B. said...

I might have just had to go-through "one of those purpose of demonstration things."

For the first time in my life, I got a Juror Summons. It was for a serious trial. That put me in a deep contemplation mode. First, do I support the legal system at all, knowing what I (we) do about the 'deep rot'? Second, how do I incorporate my spiritual side within a legalistic system?

For the first, after much soul-searching, I came to the conclusion that I support the Constitutional trial-by-jury-of-peers, innocent-until-proven-guilty system (in the apparent lack of any higher system 'poofing' through). So, I confirmed my availability.

For the second, I wrote a separate letter affirming that I was spiritually-based and would - after all the evidence was presented - consult my Higher Self and render a verdict 'beyond' the evidence (or lack thereof) based on HS's knowledge of the event. Only if I couldn't get a clear response would I fall back to an intellectual decision. (Gulp...)

Well, no 'explosion' on the far end, so I reported for the trial along with about a hundred other potential Jurors. We got put through a 'voir dire' session, where the prosecutors and defense get to ask questions to draw-out Juror 'prejudices'. I was waiting for a 'killer' question concerning my letter, but none directly addressed my 'stand'. (Judge, prosecution, and defense all had my letter, as well as standard juror 'data'.)

After some Jurors were weeded-out, we got 'ranked' in some manner (by the judge, I believe) and the initial twelve Jurors were seated. I was fifteen Jurors down, after the initial twelve.

The two sides then began using their fifteen-each 'dismissal-without-cause' cards on the seated Jurors. Each time one was dismissed, the next-in-line was seated. It was like a chess-match, with each side 'jockeying' for advantage.

As I got closer, all the usual feelings came up. Finally, I just put it in Higher Self's hands, saying that I didn't really want to do it, but "highest good." (It was a murder trial, I had found out, with lots of grisly forensic evidence to revue.)

Two back, one back, and there I was - on the Jury. I sighed, released, and just settled in for the 'journey'...

Surprise! The next 'dismissal-without-cause' card was for me!

I am not sure why I had to go-through "one of those purpose of demonstration things," but I feel fairly-good about my 'stance' and standing-up for what I believe. (Glad it's over...)

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Smyrna said...

Not sure how anyone who could miss the point to that degree and post what they did, finds their way to your blogs in the first place Vis.

They almost lost me at 'climate science' but I persevered and it was well worth it. Unintentionally funny to the max.

One service that Las Vegas and places like the Gold Coast in Australia, Bali etc do is act as a magnet for the mindless horde and keep it away from the better holiday spots. I'm sure Hawaii would have something similar, eh?

galen said...

Ray, I like your story and feel aligned with your conclusions. The trial-by-jury is one of the last empowerments of the people. The controllers are trying to kill it with pleas and hearings. And yes, the jurisdiction is much corrupted but we have to stick our noses in there and keep attempting to affect it. I can't wait to serve but have never been picked. Even if we face the corruption head-on and feel we can't steer the outcome toward integrity, at least there was an effort made and in some big book every effort matters. I hate walking in their toxic halls, but I do, I will. And what if it were I on the stand needing a voice on my behalf. . . I would hope that some would lend support. This is one of those areas where we know it's the system and still attempt to achieve what we can. Until Natural Law is restored, it's what we have to work with, and every now and then we win one. Better than losing all the time, no? And Arthur, transforming "Might is right" to "Might 'FOR' right," it puts courage in me to somehow show up and do what I can. Very different than "Run away, run away." grin


Anonymous said...

via Homer..

Ray, as usual I took the easy way out.

I asked to approach the judge and he motioned yes. I went up there and whispered to him - (I'm a felon)

He immediately said; dismissed.
No questions asked, nothing to sign, no papers to prove I'm insane. I just turned around and walked out.

Some say it was a white lie, but considering I've no doubt committed hundreds (thousands) of felonies, it was actually the honest truth..

It took about two minutes, start to finish.

BCii said...

Excellent from start to finish. I laughed deliciously at the CraigsList vampire riff.

I gotta say, Vis, those resonant notes we're so fortunate to perceive around here are pinging away one after the other. The muse is at work; I perceive many of the same notes in my latest piece as well. Given that we are pointing to the same thing, accessing similar frequencies, that should come as no surprise.

Ray B, as a comrade on the spiritually-inclined path through a materially-inclined world, I sympathize and understand what you went through. We do what we can, and the best we can do is to let Spirit handle it, using us as it sees fit. You came through like a pro. (grin)

Sending supportive thoughts to you, Visible, as you settle in. May the stillness come alive within you every day and be your abiding source of strength, granting clarity and effecting renewal on all levels. Thank you for your efforts. Your work means a great deal.

galen said...

Code Pink - Early on they had been criticized for being pro Obama and pro Afghan war, confusing the issue of helping the Afghan women with justifying war. Oh sure, genocide a country, that’ll help the women. They hadn’t come out against the war escalation with the democratic president as they so forcefully and publicly did with Bush. We read that they are Soros-globalist billionaire-funded and there was suspicion about their agenda since they seem to always have access to "behind closed doors," like the time they put fake blood-soaked hands in Condi's face. How come they always has access to the heavyweights when most of us are barred? I can understand getting carried off yelling once or twice but this has happened so many times. If it happened once or twice, wouldn't they be barring them? Crazy. 

They also were in a peace parade with an actual army tank painted pink. Folks questioned where they got it and the big question was "WHO PAID FOR IT?!!" And now they somehow make it into an official room with the big guns: Kissinger, McCain, etc. If this ain’t controlled opposition I don’t know what is. This is not to say that there are not some good people who joined the organization (by that I mean those not driving policy) who are well-intentioned; it's just what's going on at the top. You can see the pink tank here:


Anonymous said...

via Homer..

Code Pink asked me to leave the "Peace House" in Crawford, Tx. after I called B.S. on a poster they had outside the entrance.

The sign said - "No One died when Clinton lied"

I asked about those half million dead Iraqi kids. Those kids about whom Mad Maddie Albright said - "we think it's worth it"

They asked me to leave and I said I would if they took the poster down. They didn't and I didn't.

I left later though. After I gave little Georgie Bush the finger as he drove by.

Mission Accomplished!


galen said...

Yeah, Homer, I've had many similar experiences. And I see anti-war protests in my town where when a republican is in it's all beefed up; when it's a democrat, most disappear. Eatin' up the two-party bs, when both love war.

Clinton - Likely because he's a dem, they ignore all his war crimes. See:


Visible said...

A new Petri Dish is up now-

Dead at the Stupor from an American Sniper .

Ray B. said...

Thanks everyone for your 'trial responses' (grin).

Just to be complete, there may have been a second reason that a 'dismissal-without-cause' card was used on me:

Toward the end of the 'voir dire' session, I raised my hand because I was unclear on my 'brief'. I asked the attorney whether I was allowed to use the skills I had built-up in my counseling practice. I noted that only 10% of what she and I were communicating was verbiage, with the other 90% being emotional cues and body language.

I held up an imaginary sheet of paper and said, "This sheet says 'Joe did it'. That is one form of information." (Many jurors laughed at 'Joe did it'.)

Next, I said, "I am telling you the truth." While speaking this line, I made elaborate eye-twitches and neck-jerks. Immediately, I said, "This is another form of information."

Then, I asked whether I was allowed to use the latter form of information in reaching my verdict. The attorney actually took a half-step backward, and confirmed that I was allowed to use anything in my life-experience to reach a verdict.

I suspect that this 'interaction' also got me the 'card'... (grin)

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Ray B. said...

Galen: "And Arthur, transforming 'Might is right' to 'Might "FOR" right', it puts courage in me to somehow show up and do what I can. Very different than 'Run away, run away'. grin"

Your response brought up something I had been 'wrestling' around in my mind from a King Arthur conversation I had with you. I first brought it up here and later here. You responded to me here.

I had said, "So, in on-the-ground terms, I would not grant forgiveness to all comers. Some folks just need to be killed. (And maybe, after that, forgiven.)"

And you had responded, "To see your words: 'I would not grant forgiveness to all comers' in print was very refreshing for me and mysteriously spiritual."

Something in that 'totality' had been gnawing at me. It needed to be fleshed out.

The first thing that came up for me was the old Buddhist adage, "Do not kill when you can only wound. Do not wound when you can only knock unconscious. Do not knock unconscious when you can only... (etc.)" This suggested the need to go beyond our animal natures as far as possible.

The second thing that came up for me was part of the 'We are One' stance. As such, minimizing the pain inflicted on another is important.

The third thing that came up for me was what I have learned from the 'Cleaning' sessions that Higher Self and I 'do' on others. Pain that is beyond a person's ability to feel-through can result in that person being 'stuck' in an endlessly-repeating 'loop' of incarnations. Another reason to be 'wary' in inflicting pain.

In addition, 'how' we respond to a situation is a measure of OUR consciousness-level. If we only have the 'densest' response available to us, that says one thing. If we have other, 'higher' options also available, that says something else. In a way, to be put in a situation of this nature is to be exposed (however subconsciously) to 'where' we are in consciousness-level.

How the above links-in with forgiveness and killing is nebulous, but needed to be said...

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Anonymous said...


ISIS is the Code Pink of the terror ops division of the controlled opposition concocted by TPTW.


galen said...

Thanks, Mandocello. Funny how they change costumes.

And Ray, if I'm being shot at I'm gonna shoot back. Is martyrdom overrated? Could be. When we see injustice/onslaught, that's when we be who we are. I hope I'm a warrior and not a wimp. Forgiveness never okays evil, right? It slams it and punches it about attempting to subdue its ooze. I'm not as soft as I used to be. Too many bastards about. I must forgive myself for being too forgiving, for not standing stronger when Sauron slithered on and stole my future. I have fight in me and I'm proud of it, though I'd rather not fight; I'd rather have them see that integrity is the only way to survive. I want them to back away, to know humility, to recoil and grant me choice in all things affecting my life.

Ray, how do you remember so much? Your file cabinets are full and ready when needed. I admire that.

To harm evil is to protect love.

I do NOT believe Christ wrote The Course In Miracles.


Anonymous said...

via Homer..

Ray, when you turned your paper in to the prosecution aforethought, was this not a not so subtle exercise in desire for liberation from jury duty?

Because surely you knew that after reading your, well .. confession, which was essentially the same route I took, (minus the theatrics), you would be dismissed with raised eyebrows and chuckles. Yes?

BTW, as I approached the judge, (with felonies aforethought), my higher power said to me - don't do it! don't do it!

But I did it anyhow and was glad for it.

Ray B. said...

Nowhere in my last post did I intend (or even conceive-of the possibility) that I could be taking a 'potshot' at you. I did not mean that at all. If something I said 'tweaked' you, that was not my intent. Sorry for the unintended consequences...

I made this 'follow-up' post simply because something was niggling in the back of my mind about my previous response. It felt like it could have been used as justification for 'bad deeds'. So, I wanted to make my 'stance' plain. If other readers gain something from it, so much the better.

I absolutely agree that 'rolling over' for evil is not the proper response. As you have read my 'woo-woo' postings for a while, you can probably see that I have more 'dust-ups' with evil than most. I have two basic responses to evil (with the help of Higher Self):

There is 'true' evil, which is their nature, and 'turned' evil, which is where accumulated pain has 'flipped' the entity to the dark-side. 'True' evil is tricky to deal with, as some of the players are immortal. About all you can do is twist them about in space, time, and dimensions until they have little chance of finding their way back 'here'. When working with 'turned' evil, I try to remember that the real-purpose is to get them 'back'. If I am simply adding additional pain to them, I may as well be working for the dark-side...

Again, I meant no 'attack' on you at all. I was just trying to get rid of a 'niggle' (grin).

(I don't really have a 'file cabinet'. And my memory is full of holes. Where I believe people might enjoy or benefit from earlier postings, I link to them. I try to remember key words or phrases, and then do a site-search for the post. For example on Google: "King Arthur" "King Arthur" "King Arthur"
I have found, without using site-search, finding a Visible posting on Google is near-impossible...)


via Homer..:
You are perceptive. I did indeed consider that my 'spiritual' letter might get me 'tossed' in one manner or another. I am both 'lazy' (grin), and mindful that tossing an empath into a murder trial might not be too good for the empath.

Nevertheless, I simply could not 'suppress' my spiritual side for the legal system. My letter was a 'warning' for them, to give them advanced-notice of what they could expect. Both as a statement and as a courtesy, so to speak. Then, they could 'deal with it' as their rules and inclinations allowed...

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Visible said...

A new Visible Origami is up now-

A Little Super Sunday Sermon of Benevolent Intent.

galen said...

Oh boy, Mercury is effin' with communication!! Ray, I never thought you took a potshot at me. Never! I was just sounding off on some stirrings. It was all about the greater world. Sorry I didn't communicate more clearly and hope I didn't put any stress or distress in your space. Okay?

And, the file cabinet things was a metaphorical compliment.


galen said...

ps Ray, I forgot to tell you one other thing: I love you.


Ray B. said...

Galen, those were very nice responses. Everything is cool.

And, I love you, too...

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Anonymous said...

Hello Vis -
New to your site and came across it from David Icke. Saw the 2009 blog about Polanski. You have such an insider take on Hollywood and its rotten core. I wanted to speak about a very disturbing experience I had on a closed set where they tried to make me do a nude scene that wasn't in the script, and when I refused they chased me around the location until I and my then husband barreled past a blockade and managed to escape. I was in severe shock for many years and finally told my story to a screenwriter who said I may have actually been a sacrifice to the psychotic madness of these monsters and that after they raped me on camera I might have been found having mysteriously "fallen" over the side of the Mesa where we were filming. Does any of this sound plausible, and or do you have any other explanations? I have carried the pain of this for a very long time and somehow being able to understand why it happened might help me get over it. Not to put this all on you - just wondering if you have insights other than the brilliant ones you always have about most things to do with abuse of power and the reality beyond our human madness.

Visible said...

As for your film industry experience, there are too few details there for me to draw conclusions from. All I can say is that such things do, of course, happen.



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