As we continue to venture further
into this physical realm of existence that we call reality, we
must keep in mind that we are connected with everything in this
universe on a higher level of existence in a way that is beyond
the limitations of existing here and now.
We are part of a fragmented
consciousness; that is to say, a form of
exists beyond the physical world which has been subjected to
experience physicality and put under the illusion of
individuality, meaning that every sentient being and even
inanimate matter is connected on a higher level.
It's like cutting a brain into many
pieces and having each piece believe it is the full brain
Sentient life, aside from humankind,
may give the appearance of having individual thought, but when
you study their behavior and interaction with each other and
this world, it becomes clear that they are nonetheless another
part of this higher consciousness, able to function individually
on this physical level while functioning in harmony with itself
on a higher level at the same time.
Animals work together with nature
and this planet, and as this theory allows for our planet, and
anything else, to share a connection to this consciousness, it
would make sense with how everything works in harmony with
everything else, keeping a constant balance of positive and
Humans, however, seem to have become comparatively distant from
Generally speaking, we're the odd
ones out; we work mostly against nature; we behave and interact
with each other as if we actually have individual
consciousnesses, and we have the tendency to cause imbalance and
disunity among ourselves and our relationship with nature.
There are many theories as to why we
have become so inharmonious with the flow of this universe:
theory is that the puppeteers of the world (who are puppets
themselves to non-physical negative forces) have guided
humankind throughout the millennia to become the way we are as a
way to aid their agenda of causing imbalance
Some suggest that we became this way
as a result of
otherworldly intervention, with
link' being the phase of our evolution when it happened
say that we're this way because of our superior technology
To me, though, we are merely
different and more destructive as we take so much more from
nature than we ever give back, as a result of some form of
intervention during our development throughout, but we are still
a part of the higher consciousness, no matter how stretched out
the connection is.
On the other hand, we might have
become so distant that we have created a collective
consciousness that is separate from the consciousness of
everything else. This brings up the idea of layered
consciousnesses that all exist on different levels of existence.
Suppose everything had its own higher consciousness; each
sentient being, every planet, and even the tiniest forms of
matter in the universe.
Every being would have their own
individual consciousness that exists beyond physical reality,
and these consciousnesses would exist as a part of an even
higher collective consciousness which in turn is a part of an
even higher consciousness.
The ladder could keep going forever,
and while some may say that there is some omniscient
consciousness at the top which religion calls God, I personally
think it doesn't matter either way.
The most important thing for us to
do if we wish to regain balance and harmony with everything else
is to recognize that, somewhere up the ladder, we are part of a
higher consciousness, and we are most likely being purposely
prevented from attaining this freedom from physicality by
They have used us for their agenda
for so long, and if we were to remember that we are all
connected, our unity in consciousness and intent will be much
stronger than their ability to keep us chained to 'reality'.
Though it is not a commonly accepted idea outside various
religions, the concept of reincarnation is most likely the
process by which we are chained to reality. When our physical
bodies perish, our soul/spirit/higher consciousness does not
fully return to the higher level of existence from which it
came, but is instead born into a new physical body.
But now, this brings up the question
whether other forms of sentient life reincarnate as well, and if
this is a natural occurrence.
I believe that any sentient life
apart from humankind can reincarnate, but they have more choice
and control over the process when their physical body dies, as
they are more connected to the higher consciousness than humans,
but we seem to go through this process in a very different way,
if not a purposely manipulated way.
If we are to regain a more stable balance of positive and
negative energies in this world, we can start by reconnecting
ourselves with the collective consciousness of everything else
around us and unifying ourselves with nature once more.
The Earth is like a huge piece of
orgonite, constantly balancing its energies and the energies of
anything living on it.
The only problem is that
the elite of the
world, as well as their puppeteers and the energies that control
them, would not be able to cause an imbalance of negative
energies if the Earth could just transmute the energy.
Their collective consciousness of
negativity would also probably cease to exist in this physical
This is the purpose of their many
rituals of sacrifice and invoking of negative energies. They
perform these rituals on specific points of the Earth (like
pressure points on a body) and channel these energies down
through them, like they're attacking the Earth with negative
energies, making imbalance from within.
There is a theory that says that
they're only keeping the Earth asleep, but I'm really beginning
to doubt that. All evidence points to them attacking the Earth
on an energetic level, and the Earth has been fighting back.
Earth's consciousness is
screaming for help, and the best way we can come to its aid is
to re-establish our connection and communication with it on
higher levels of existence, and regain our freedom to function
both physically and spiritually to the fullest extent.