The Voice Of The Visionaries
It’s not as hopeless as you might think - in
fact, it might just be perfect.
You are about to read an organized collection of thoughts that you may have
had at various times in your life, but perhaps could never quite fully
Chances are, you will also find many things in this book that you
have never seen before, and which will utterly dazzle you. Hence, you can
step out of the waiting room, as this next phase of your own personal
initiation has just begun.
The scroll that is about to unfold before you
will resonate deep within, triggering ancient memories from before the time
that you were born, giving you the keys to regaining your own freedom in a
world that is increasingly becoming a perceptual prison of fear and anxiety.
We live in an age where tiny snippets of information perpetually rise and
fall in everyone’s life, blowing about with the futility of a rain of
confetti - and without the proper context to put them into a framework of
some kind, they are simply swept away on the winds of tomorrow.
And then, if they are remembered, the specific
references are generally sacrificed to dim, murky hearsay, through toxic
words like "They" or "that study" or "I read," which then emerge as,
"Did you hear about that
study where they found that the light speed barrier was broken? I
read about it a while ago."
We have been conditioned to automatically nod
our heads in agreement when the almighty "They" are invoked.
"Oh wow… I didn’t know
that they had done that!"
Well, who is "They?" What study? Read it where?
This fast-and-loose information game works
temporarily with an open-minded person when hearing new concepts similar to
what we shall be presenting in this book series, but we must remember that
there is a far mightier "They" that has enslaved the minds of most people - the consensus of mainstream thought.
If you are reading these words slowly
enough, then you’ll probably end up thinking about this concept, and how it
has affected you and those around you, for days. Which is good.
(Sometimes we will still need to use the word
"they" to define a certain
subset of people, such as the alternative science community, or a particular
group of non-physical beings once named, or in discussing a particular study
once the names have been given. We will capitalize the word "They" and
surround it with quotation marks when using it in the context we have just
Ultimately, it appears that the subconscious gravitates towards the word
"They" as it is a soft, comfortable substitute for God; deep inside, every
person longs to be connected to the source of their being, and therefore
wishes to have a source of omniscience to draw from that he or she "knows is
However, let us recognize the paradoxical mind-split that this
situation has created, once and for all. We ultimately want to use the word
"They" to invoke God’s presence, but since the Renaissance, science has
boldly attempted to remove God from all "rational thinking" through Pierre
Simon de Laplace’s concept of "logical positivism."
This is how "They" of Science have come to
automatically assume that God is irrelevant to the quest for truth.
Scientists believe that this quest for truth is best accomplished by the
collection and synthesis of observable data, nothing more.
The collection and synthesis of things that we can study and measure is the
scientific process - and there is nothing intrinsically wrong with it.
However, the opinions of mainstream Science are not objective.
"Science" is not a fair game.
Untold numbers of data points are rejected by
nothing more than an emotional decision that the data doesn’t "feel" right,
with the belief in an empty, Godless universe as the motivating backdrop.
This is then further bolstered by the heavy opposition of those who have
strong media / political influence and who would stand to lose all of their
funding if their prized theories turned out to be incorrect.
Thus, planets are just
"rocks in the sky" that churn about in a purposeless
idiot dance, in a Universe that is slowly dying away by the "law of
entropy," eventually collapsing back into the nothingness from which it is
believed to have originated.
Perhaps a wandering space rock will happen to
veer into Earth’s gravity and kill us all, since in this Godless universe
there is no "Scientific" reason to assume that we will be protected.
To suggest otherwise is to suddenly discover
that you have "stormed the machine-gun nest" of those who will accuse you
being a "ridiculous religious fundamentalist crackpot" with no respect for
Hence, any invocation of the word "They" is almost entirely pointless when
you’re trying to tell another human being that almost every major aspect of
conventional scientific thought is either flawed or incomplete, from the
tiniest to the most massive levels of size, both organic and "inorganic,"
and that a hidden, grandiose model exists that can integrate everything into
a fantastic spiritual vision heretofore unimagined by most.
The "scientific priesthood" does not want to
give up its quasi-Divine claim to the power of the word "They", but with
rise of the Internet, many people are beginning to open their minds and open
the books that might have otherwise just sat on the shelf.
So do try to
remember the specific names of the people who made important discoveries, as
with that knowledge comes power - the power to free the human mind from a
subtle, unspoken and persistent despair.
Normal, clear, rational thinking is beginning to overtake the infantile
desire to blindly accept what "They" want you to think and believe about the
And generally, when the truth is presented in
its purest form, it is not difficult for a regular person to understand - they simply may never have thought
of it before...