Sunday, November 4, 2018

The Dancing Fata Morgana Girls, Spinning and Whirling like Demented Rockettes.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

Greetings dear friends and welcome to this edition of Smoking Mirrors. These days I often find myself swept away by the force of internal changes brought about by adding nothing to my state of being but air and natural atmosphere; perhaps 'supernatural atmosphere' would be a more precise term.

Yesterday I composed a Visible Origami ♫with a little help from my invisible friends♫; it contained the following paragraph

“A little more than a hundred years ago, the pioneer culture met in time and space with the industrial culture. The Pioneer Culture built things to last and lived at a level of simplicity. Survival was the main concern, especially for those who lived in the West. Literature that lasted was intelligent and often contained moral lessons, whether it was Dostoevsky, Hugo, Dickens, Poe, Twain and others. There was plenty of yellow journalism and pulp garbage as well. Though there were scoundrels about, as is generally the case, there was a great deal of common decency and heroism as well. There are still enclaves of common decency around but you seldom hear about it. News has little meaning these days unless it is sensational, or agenda driven, as various interests compete against each other for supremacy and control of the information highway. This makes it possible for the ones in control to shape the appearance of the commonly shared presumption of what is real. These days, the media, entertainment and political news are all in the hands of a small minority of craven and grasping sociopaths.” And then?...

Immediately following that paragraph, I was suddenly caught up in a whirl of thoughts about love for the ineffable and completely forgot what I had originally intended to say; a hundred and twenty five years ago... a hundred and fifty years ago, the world was very different from what we know today. In what seems to me such a short time, compared to the time it previously took for the world to go through significant changes, the world has been altered beyond recognition. The startling consideration is how much it will change in the next twenty years, given how time appears to be speeding up. The force of technology upon the culture and the consciousness seems greater than our ability to control or adjust to it. The specter of Artificial Intelligence hovers on the horizon.

Materialism is relentlessly pandemic. People are caught up in it to the degree that nothing else has any meaning. It is as if they are dancing a mad tarantella, the source of which is unknown. The origin of tarantella is this; “The tarantella's origin is connected with tarantism, a disease or form of hysteria that appeared in Italy in the 15th to the 17th century and that was obscurely associated with the bite of the tarantula spider; victims seemingly were cured by frenzied dancing.”

Materialism has made life extraordinarily easier than at any previous time of which we have any recorded memory. My research has indicated that there were most certainly cultures at a similar or even higher level in the unremembered past. What I do not know is why they are unremembered. What remnants there were might well be at the bottom of the sea. Theories abound and every now and again, someone claims to have found the location of Atlantis. It is said that their technology outdistanced their ability to control it. Their humanity did not keep pace with the destructive potential of their inventions. At this time, a significant portion of the population has lost control of their mind and put themselves at serious risk for both their bodies and their souls.

I was sitting on the porch of our house in Ocean City, New Jersey a couple of years ago. It was summer and all day people would be trekking back and forth from their homes to the beach. Some of them pulled LARGE wagons that were stacked as high as their heads with all sorts of paraphernalia for their comfort on the beach. Civilization is humanities reaction to pain. The objective of physical life is ever increasing comfort and insulation against suffering caused by the impact of external circumstances. Unfortunately this amplifies the internal suffering because it extends the separation between humanity and the divine, as well as to create an epidemic schizophrenia between the real and the imagined self. Down the road came a gaggle of teenage girls. They were texting on their cellphones, with no hands on the handle bars. At thirty miles an hour they blew through the intersection, not even looking up from the thumb-humping insanity that has possessed them as effectively as any entity from the infernal realm. We live in a time of mass possession. Mammon sits triumphant upon a throne of shiny objects, amidst the silent wail of tormented souls.

In pioneer times survival was the main concern. Times could be hard and people had to be resilient and self reliant. Those who endured were living proof that only the strong survive. I am here referring to what is often called, 'intestinal fortitude'. Women suffered in the extreme and often perished from the perils of childbirth and being overworked. Some wore themselves to the bone. Diseases proliferated and there were few cures. However, cancer was rare. Today it is the engineered product of a conspiracy between the AMA and the Pharmaceutical combine. Cancer (upside down grin) is a 'growth' industry.

When I went to school, an hour of gym was required every day. Now there is often no gym. Due to bad diet there is a plague of obese children who are listless and without direction. The insane drive for comfort has turned humanity into jelly fish. Prayer in the classroom was a given. Now it is against the law. Sexual confusion and prepubescent manipulation is rampant and promoted. Few of those alive today would have survived a hundred and fifty years ago. There was a strong moral presence; even if, at times it was misguided. Now humanity is devolving. It is as if they seek to drop down to all fours and become like beasts. I do not feel that I am exaggerating. The exercise of appetite is the supreme objective. “Where there is no vision, the people perish.”

Seldom before has there been such a burning necessity, for those who are capable, to seek the light of the informing intelligence within. I have narrowly escaped a terrible fate myself by putting my trust in comestibles that set me spinning in a whirlpool, which I had mistaken for an upward spiral. Now... no matter what may come, my eyes are clear and my mind is anchored to the certitude of divine presence. Faith, certitude and determination. Seek with all your ability to acquire these. They are the gift of spirit freely given to the sincere.

The power of the ineffable is limitless. Limitless!!! It is expressed through us. God is invisible. He has no animated material presence except for us. He has no hands but ours and the same is true of the devil and his scratchable itch. To whose glorify or profit is the work of your hands given to? When you interact with anyone, see only the divine in their eyes. One invokes the force of their choice and profits or suffers accordingly. To pursue comfort is to guarantee the ministrations of a harsh taskmaster down the road. Every road leads somewhere, even if it leads into a trackless waste, that is where it led. Off in the distance you can see the dancing Fata Morgana Girls, spinning and whirling like demented Rockettes. You can lead a whore to culture but you can't make her think (I suspect that is a play on words).

Now an interesting bit of trivia; Shakespeare used more Biblical quotes than any other playwright. Here's just one example.

The whole of life is a game of hide and seek. Defining each of us as found or lost, depending on what we are seeking. It's logical truth when proper Reason is employed. Everything in existence is an expression of the divine; materially every objects substance is manifested from God. Every force is an adaptation of the divine force because all force comes from the primary source, which is God. God composes everything out of himself, animates whatever is animated and is apart from it all as well. To seek God is discover the source of everything. To seek anything else is to be deceived by proxy. It can then be said that everyone is seeking for God, whether they know it or not.

The divine splinters himself into countless pieces for the purpose of a plane of experience on which the drama of life can be expressed for the purpose of demonstration. Following that, he sets about gathering all of the pieces back again. Ergo, God is searching for us at the same time as we are seeking God (should that be our intention). Why are we unable to more easily accomplish our pursuit? Because other things interpose themselves between us and the deity. A story is told about Radha interposing herself between the seeker and Krishna. However the main difficulty is that the divine is found internally. So long as you seek the ineffable outside yourself, no matter what direction you are moving in, you are moving in the wrong direction.

To find the ineffable within is to complete yourself. So long as you are incomplete, you will search for completion and find it nowhere, so you will be driven until you do find the ineffable, however long that takes. Seek the divine with the intensity of true love, where “success will be speedy for the energetic.”

Sooner or later, you will pass from this plane and your following destiny will be determined by the sum total of the evidence of your passage. Love God; “Thou shalt Love The Lord thy God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength and with all your mind.” If you do ONLY THIS, you cannot fail. It may be difficult at the inception but it will become progressively easier with the force of habit. Eventually your discipline becomes stronger than all resistance and you can't stop even if you want to and then, le piece de resistance; the divine takes over.

At any moment you could be gone so it behooves the determined soul to keep on keeping on.

End Transmission.......

♫ Persephone ♫


Anonymous said...

You mentioning Atlantis got me wondering if you'd seen these fasinating videos about the possibility of the capital being located on the "Eye of Africa" (a.k.a. "Richat Structure") in the west african country of Mauritania:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3


Visible said...

I heard about it.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful post, Mr. Visible.

I’m so glad you’re well into your recovery. Seems you have the strength of 10,000 men sometimes.

I’m a little confused tho, about your paragraph originally posted in Origami and re-posted here about cell phones and cancer; is it your position that the research on this subject is being blown out of proportion to the real risks, that, cell phones are not as dangerous as they are reported to be or are you saying they are? I’ve always felt that they do pose a risk if they’re misused, or overused. Just not clear on what you meant by ‘sensational’.

Also, i don’t believe there’s anything wrong with comfort as long as it’s balanced with self-sufficiency and proper acquisition of it. Comfort facilitates respite and recovery from injury and pain, but of course you know this already, owing to your own experience with great pain, and your philosophical views of it.

As for “civilization”, ( if one can even call it that ) and it’s reaction to pain, it must be also avarice and teasing by a toying force to provoke a response and then spring the trap to force submission upon the populace, which is another way of saying what you’ve already said, but the mechanisms used to allay that pain aren’t well understood, by the populace at present, especially, because there are multiple different forms of pain, some so subtle, they can barely be felt. Physical pain might be mitigated, but other more occult orders of which, including mental and spiritual pain increase, layer on layer. So reactions to pain spill into other areas and spread like a stain. Physical labor and physical pain make one shout and ask why! WHY! But with these other “death by a thousand cuts” types of pain, they build upon tensions of an invisible temple and unless one becomes aware of them, they wouldn’t ask why because to those without questions, those pains aren’t even there. Insofar, then, “civilization” becomes a temple house of pain. Terrible.

Of course, there is an easier way, but most are blinded by their “pain”.

Oh wells. I didn’t really mean to reiterate what you already said, but simply request
a clarification of your use of ’sensational’ in regards to cell phones and cancer.

best wishes,


Visible said...

Cell phones are deadly dangerous in a variety of ways.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a million Visible for causing my present addiction to Fixer Upper.


Anonymous said...

Anon 1. and best wishes to you dear Viz.. I've been following/subbed to Jimmy' aka 'Bright insight'(Atlantis theory) for a couple of years now...All his vids are eye openers...Lovely man trying to get some truth out there... "Do you still get upset thinking about The burning of the Library of Alexandria? It ranks among the worst crimes committed against humanity in known history. Lost scientific research including physics and anatomy and medicine, as well as knowledge and documentation of culture and history is widely believed to have set human civilization back at least 1,000 years."

Anonymous said...

Forgot to add this from 'Bright Insight'.. Enjoy. "The Vatican Secret Archives contain 53 MILES of shelf space and is highly private. The connections between ancient human civilization (including ancient Egypt), the Sumerians go beyond coincidence."

Anonymous said...

I know, like walking into manholes or off of cliffs, as some are prone to do.
Do you think the cancer threat is overblown (sensationalized)?



Anonymous said...

'In the time of the Seventh Fire, a New People would emerge. They would retrace their steps to find the wisdom that was left by the side of the trail long ago. Their steps would take them to the elders, who they would ask to guide them on their journey. If the New People remain strong in their quest, the sacred drum will again sound its voice. There will be an awakening of the people, and the sacred fire will again be lit. At this time, the light-skinned race will be given a choice between two roads. One road is the road of greed and technology without wisdom or respect for life. This road represents a rush to destruction. The other road is spirituality, a slower path that includes respect for all living things. If we choose the spiritual path, we can light yet another fire, an Eight Fire, and begin an extended period of Peace and healthy growth.'
'Grandfather William Commanda, Circle of All Nations Prophecy of the Seven Fires of the Anishnabe, From Ancient Wampum Belt'

The Masculine Divine is directed outwardly, the Feminine Divine energy is directed within. While the Feminine is right brained, emotional, and creative, the Masculine is left brain, so he understands through logic, he is a calculator, which are necessary traits to move through life. The Divine force has been severed from it’s real nature on this planet. The heart-mind connection has been cut, resulting in a mind-driven society, a 3D view that sees everything through the lens of separation and judgement, which is why the Divine Masculine is yet to reach it’s full potential on Earth. This is why we are all currently under a patriarchal, ego based control system which is dominated by Man. This model is not even 1% of what the Divine Masculine is. The only way to reawaken the God force is to bring the energy stuck in our head back into our hearts and reconnect with the Divine Feminine, then the male energy can flourish and express itself.

The war that is waged between the infernal and supernal realms is waged within. Therefore, our greatest enemy lies within, but so does our greatest ally.

I pray that love will guide each one of us to our highest possibility.

From one who remains strong in their quest because my hope is that none will perish.

God bless All

LostJEB said...

I was a bit surprised to come across this on the NYT website today, even if it barely scratches the surface of it -

If one delves deeper it should be a quick realization that it's not a new trade or industry, but a good glimpse of the empire and powers it all serves. Like our brave new world is little more than a modern Deuteronomy. And they know full well what it is. We deserve better.

Ray B. said...

Kind of synchronistic; just a few days ago, I was thinking of Paul Harvey and his "The Rest of the Story." He had decided that 99% of news was based on the relatively small amount of negative happenings in the country/world. So, he decided to 'counterbalance' that negative drumroll with news of everyday positive happenings. He is missed...

On the subject of how fragile our present-day 'civilization' is, I remember a TV series by science historian James Burke, "Connections." In one show, he took a look at what it would take to rebuild civilization if we were knocked-back by nuclear war (series aired 1978-9). The 'foundational' stuff that would have to be relearned was staggering...

We live in a time of great changes. Technology can be good (I am writing on the 'miraculous' World Wide Web), or it can be bad. Like the use of dynamite, it has to do with intent. I suspect 'younger' souls tend to get lost in the Doingness, while 'older' souls - having done much Doingness already - tend to turn Inward. God has plenty of time... (Younger and Older Souls being defined as time spent down on earth-plane; all Souls are probably of equal 'manifest' age.)

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Love To Push Those Buttons said...

Great stuff, Meynard!

Visible said...

A new Reflections in a Petri Dish is up now-

Election Day... where we Celebrate and Support those Who Lie with Every Breath they Take.

Anonymous said...

Ray B,

'Technology can be good (I am writing on the 'miraculous' World Wide Web), or it can be bad.'

I agree Ray, which is why only those who have attained self mastery will be permitted to enter the New Age. Everything in Creation has a dual use, depending upon the nature of the user. One can use the internet to help them unlock the meaning of life, or they can sit and watch porn all day. Even the Bible works in this way, because those who eat of the tree of knowledge of good and evil can either use it to overcome satan by becoming holy, or they can enslave their self under satan and become demonic. I don't think anyone could disagree that throughout history, and still today, those who rule this world, and their followers, give humanity a wonderful DEMONstration of the latter.

Guy Reid-Brown said...

“Thou shalt Love The Lord thy God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength and with all your mind.” If you do ONLY THIS, you cannot fail.'

True - have great respect for Spiritualists, Psychics, Mediums and all manners of those -but sometimes they will get it right, oftentimes truly impressively - but at some point later they will always Go Wrong and give you a Bum Steer with no conscious volition of their own - God made the World - plus God is Orthodox - if you never want to derail, Go Orthodox - 'God is not mocked'

Anonymous said...

“Thou shalt Love The Lord thy God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength and with all your mind.” If you do ONLY THIS, you cannot fail.'

Slight correction needed there, the first TWO commandments are required to fulfil the law of the prophets. Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF'. All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments”
(Matthew 22:37-40).

Note Jesus said 'on these TWO commandments, so if you don't love your fellow Man you stand outside the law and fall short of what the Prophets and Jesus told us to do.

Visible said...

I'm not sure what your point is. You seem to be involved in a doctrinal argument, that doesn't involve me. My point was to a specific end which was appropriate to the specific point being made. I'm guessing that part of loving your brother is accomplished by not hammering at them with dogma and cant that defeats the very idea of loving your brother in the first place. This is probably a waste of time on my part anyway. I do want to point out by the way that we tolerate the occasional use of scripture here but when it becomes the sole purpose of ones presence here, with no clarification otherwise, it isn't a desirable contribution. There are a lot of sites where people split hairs over this sort of thing but this isn't one of them.

Anonymous said...

Visible 'I'm not sure what your point is.'

My point was that it is not enough to love God, one must also love their fellow Man, otherwise Jesus Christ would not have said, 'All the Law and the Prophets hang on these TWO commandments' (Matthew 22:40).

Visible 'You seem to be involved in a doctrinal argument, that doesn't involve me.'

I was responding to your comment, 'Sooner or later, you will pass from this plane and your following destiny will be determined by the sum total of the evidence of your passage. Love God; “Thou shalt Love The Lord thy God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength and with all your mind.” If you do ONLY THIS, you cannot fail'

It was not my intention to hammer anyone with dogma, I was simply drawing your attention to the fact that your suggestion that we 'ONLY' had to love God with all our heart, soul, strength, and mind, not to fail, was misleading, because it negated the full context of what was being conveyed. Although Christ told us the first commandment is the first and greatest commandment he also added, 'And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself' (Matthew 22:37-39). By telling us the second commandment was like the first Christ was informing us that it is just as important.

Vis - '...we tolerate the occasional use of scripture here but when it becomes the sole purpose of ones presence here, with no clarification otherwise, it isn't a desirable contribution.'

I gave no clarification because I thought the quotes spoke for their self. It was not my intention to be vague, I simply felt no further explanation was needed and I was trying to make the point that it is not enough to just love God, we must also love each other. If all those who claim to love God took Christ's advice this world would change for the better in the blink of an eye, which is why I thought it was worth mentioning. Heaven knows none of us are perfect and we all need a little correcting from time to time, the trick is doing it constructively, which was my intention. If you feel that has not been the case please accept my apology.

Visible said...

It isn't misleading at all. Naturally it follows that one would love their brother because God is IN everyone. I really don't want to discuss this because I get the feeling it would be impossible to explain any of this and I am quite certain God is not concerned about it. I'll take my chances. It is not my desire to contend with anyone but when people start using capital letters too much or getting sturm und drang dramatic on it... this is an area where I do not, as yet have flawless self control. All is well, don't worry about it.

I haven't got a great deal of interest in scripture per see anyway. I prefer to let my heart guide me and my intuition inform me. God is not going to be getting on my case because I didn't word something a particular way. I do the best I can. One of these days it may lead me where I am trying to get to.

_0_ said...

Hello, long time no talk Vis.

Ahhh yes, Love is a Singularity!




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