Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Terrence McKenna: reclaim your mind

Where to go for 12.21.2012

I've been thinking about this for awhile, as have many others. IF December 21, 2012 is the end of time, as the Mayans predicted, and IF NASA and the world's religions and prophets are correct, then locating the proper place on Earth to experience this transition, if any, should be our No. 1 priority.

My first impression as to where to go for this thing was Key West. Why? Maybe for the atmosphere, Keno sandals, sand, surf, rum, Papa Hemingway, and Sloppy Joe's. Maybe because it's a straight shot down the coast to warmer weather, or the laid-back people who always seem unaffected by anything. The biggest reason might be avoidance of air travel at such an unknown time, making a trip to the Alps the wrong answer. I know a number of people who think Hawaii is the place to be for 2012, but I'm pretty sure an island isn't the best place to be IF our tectonic plates shift 180 degrees, causing tsunamis and earthquakes on a world-wide scale.

My attentions focused on the south-west US as a better place because of the great distance from oceans, lack of people, lots of high country, and the spirituality that seems to ooze from that place. What better place to be when the end of time gets here than where the Hopi plan to ride it out? I was reaffirmed after finding the Hopi prophecy I posted earlier. Like, "Hey man, you're on target now".

Then it came to me as I was driving over the mountains a few miles from here. Why go to high country 2,000 miles away when we have geological stability right here?

Lawrence Joseph, author of "Apocalypse 2012: A Scientific Investigation Into Civilization's End," says that Jerusalem, Angkor Wat, the Vatican and Mecca might be natural choices but, no, "of all the sacred sites in the world, none embodies the sacred Mayan values of service to humanity and Mother Earth like the town of Berea, Kentucky."

So, I began looking into Berea Kentucky. Seems like a nice college town filled with yuppies and greenies with a profound sense of recycling and a lively real estate boom, thanks to Larry's book. It's also in a DRY COUNTY. So much for Berea. I mean, if I plan to survive 2012, I sure as shit won't be doing it without plenty of alcohol at my fingertips! Besides, who ever heard of a college town without liquor stores, bars, and drunken college students? PREPOSTEROUS!

That's when I gave up the search and realized the best place to ride out the Apocalypse would be right here, where the liquor store, beer store, drug store, and grocery store are all in the same strip mall 2 miles away. It's not as high as the Rockies, but the Appalachians are high enough and geologically stable, with plenty of hardwood, fresh water and populated by survivalists who know how to mind their own business but can band together at a moment's notice. So what if the local cop shop doesn't open til 4pm? That's a good thing, cause we all have enough guns to take care of our own. I know all the roads and getting from point A to point B, bypassing the interstates using back roads would be a real advantage. This valley is pretty much anonymous, and this place is anonymous even for valley inhabitants, making it an excellent place to hole up for the possible nine-month nuclear winter.

Mass exodus from the cities, roving gangs of predator humans, and instant homelessness will be the biggest problems to overcome. Instituting martial law and bringing our troops home to maintain order sans habeus corpus won't be the best idea for anyone. but it IS a distinct possibility you and your family could be arrested and incarcerated in separate holding pens for no reason whatsoever.

It COULD happen. We just don't know, but you can bet the government has contingency plans and they'll institute them at a moments notice. Best you start stocking up on essentials like matches, food and water. Get some warm clothing and learn to forage. Those unable to cope will be the first to go, and that goes for all those SUV-driving pseudo-survivalists who think their Hummers will save their sorry asses. Money won't be worth much. It's intrinsic value will be reduced to zero and a can of beans will get you more than a thousand dollar bill so don't expect your bank account to bail you out, unless you convert it to precious metals or a useful commodity.

I can't speak for everyone, but I plan on sticking around to see how this thing turns out. How about you?

Monday, December 24, 2007

Hopi Prophecy--The Lost Star?

"You will hear of a dwelling-place in the heavens, above the earth, that shall fall with a great crash. It will appear as a blue star. Very soon after this, the ceremonies of the Hopi people will cease."

This is the entire quote.

White Feather, Bear Clan
"The Fourth World shall end soon, and the Fifth World will begin. This the elders everywhere know. The Signs over many years have been fulfilled, and so few are left.

"This is the First Sign: We were told of the coming of the white-skinned men, like Pahana, but not living like Pahana -- men who took the land that was not theirs and who struck their enemies with thunder. (Guns)

"This is the Second Sign: Our lands will see the coming of spinning wheels filled with voices. (Covered wagons)

"This is the Third Sign: A strange beast like a buffalo but with great long horns, will overrun the land in large numbers. (Longhorn cattle)

"This is the Fourth Sign: The land will be crossed by snakes of iron. (Railroad tracks)

"This is the Fifth Sign: The land shall be criss-crossed by a giant spider's web. (Power and telephone lines)

"This is the Sixth Sign: The land shall be criss-crossed with rivers of stone that make pictures in the sun. (Concrete roads and their mirage-producing effects.)

"This is the Seventh Sign: You will hear of the sea turning black, and many living things dying because of it. (Oil spills)

"This is the Eighth Sign: You will see many youth, who wear their hair long like our people, come and join the tribal nations, to learn our ways and wisdom. (Hippies)

"And this is the Ninth and Last Sign: You will hear of a dwelling-place in the heavens, above the earth, that shall fall with a great crash. It will appear as a blue star. Very soon after this, the ceremonies of the Hopi people will cease.

"These are the Signs that great destruction is here: The world shall rock to and fro. The white man will battle people in other lands -- those who possessed the first light of wisdom. There will be many columns of smoke and fire such as the white man has made in the deserts not far from here. Those who stay and live in the places of the Hopi shall be safe. Then there will be much to rebuild. And soon, very soon afterward, Pahana will return. He shall bring with him the dawn of the Fifth World. He shall plant the seeds of his wisdom in our hearts. Even now the seeds are being planted. These shall smooth the way to the Emergence into the Fifth World."

Thursday, December 20, 2007

ding fries are done

This is my first contribution to the holiday season... hopefully, the last.

a good beat. something to excrement to.

maybe I'm wrong

Maybe I'm wrong to believe humanity deserves to exist.
Maybe I'm wrong to believe the freedom fighters will stand up against an unbeatable foe.
Maybe I'm wrong to believe humanity has a place in the cosmos. God, there's so much against us. Even our own kind are chomping at the bit to exterminate us, and the rest of us are so totally ignorant of the executioners before us. What reason do we have to live besides our own will to live? I feel so despondent..... as if all we can do is show our mouse middle fingers in a last act of defiance to the raptor talons as they ravage us.
Maybe I'm wrong to believe humanity can survive what they have in store for us. We are considered cattle... consumers who will eventually be consumed by the providers, who will eventually consume themselves. But hey, it's just business. Dog eat dog and winner take all, only the winners will be underground, emerging when the time is right when the Earth is cleansed.
Maybe I'm wrong to believe humanity will shake loose the shackles of "life" and become non-corporeal in 4 years, because I see no other way out of this madness we brought upon ourselves.
Maybe I'm wrong to believe any more than a scant few of us can make the transition from this reality to the next, and that makes me sad and lonely.
Maybe I'm wrong to feel sad and lonely for a humanity that never existed in the first place.
Maybe I'm just wrong.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

mind control in my bedroom

I thought it was a good idea to place the orgone field pulser on the kitchen island directly under my bedroom, just to see what would happen.
For months I've had vivid, orgone-enhanced dreams from the TBs and HHGs in the sleeping chamber, and I thought if I ran the field pulser at 14Hz it would give a boost to the HHG I keep under the bed, resulting in even more dream enhancement. That night was totally dreamless for the first time since last summer. Restful, yes. Deep coma-like, healthy sleep, yes -- but not the kind that makes sleeping really interesting. It was more like a slice of death, rather than the limitless, astro-projected adventures I was used to.

This wasn't just me who had this experience. The first thing Mary said upon awakening was, "I didn't dream." Drag. Sure, I can see some wonderful benefits to this device such as deep sleep when your sick or injured and really need the healing high alpha can give, but for everyday use, I was rather disappointed. I love my dreams, and the last dream before waking always seems to be the instructional part that brings it all together. It's as if each night I'm being instructed on metaphysics or some such thing by placing me in an adventure surrounding a particular subject with a condensing at the end. I can't seem to control the subject matter, and it's as if each night there's a new lesson to be learned. A lot of it seems to be rather pointless, such as when the pronunciation of Frank Zappa's name changed from ZAH-pa to ZAP-pa. WTF on that!

I've also talked to other people who claimed to have the same kinds of dreams I had. Dreams involving people banding together to fight an invisible foe with an older mentor-scientist type of guy in the background sharing insight into metaphysical problems. Hmmmmmmm...... Not sure what it all means, but I feel to keep dreaming is the key to understanding. At least at night.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Saturday, December 01, 2007