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  Meaning of Life       by: Tony Lutz

u-const word processing-01-smA question as old as man.

The Wikipedia article, the beginning of which is excerpted below, gives a very good clue as to why this question has gone unanswered for thousands of years.

The controllers don't want you (or anyone) to know the answer to this question!

Don't believe everything you read. Including the following.
Do your own due diligence.

Limited Hangout
What is the proof?

Because of the nature of the Matrix control system, hard, cold evidence pointing to this "coverup" is rare to non-existent.  However the inferred evidence is overwhelming, if one cares to look.

The introduction to Wikipedia's article summarizes the conventional wisdom about the Meaning of Life:

"Questions about the meaning of life have been expressed in a broad variety of ways (see Questions below). These questions have resulted in a wide range of competing answers and arguments, from scientific theories, to philosophical, theological, and spiritual explanations."

What follows is about 15,000 words (about 30 pages in a convential book), covering about every view ever given, from Ancient Greek philosophy, to 20th century philosophy, East Asian philosophy, religious perspectives, scientific inquiry and perspectives, psychological significance and value in life, and in the views in contemporary popular culture.

To recap:  Wikipedia admit's early on that it does not have an answer.  Listed are many of the ways the question has been asked, and various failed attempts to answer — all spanning thousands of years of human history. (complicate, confuse)

Strikingly evident is the lack of mention of George Ivonovitch Gurdjieff and the esoteric cosmological system he introduced to Western culture in the first half of the 20th century — a psychological system, of human understanding now known as the Fourth Way.  (conceal in obscurity, marginalize)

"What is the sense and significance of life on Earth and human life in particular?"[01]

This was Gurdjieff's lifelong question, and more than most if not all, helped to bring understanding to this age-old enigma.


01.  (Bennett, Gurdjieff:  Making a New World, p. 184.)

Gurdjieff

Excerpts from: The Gurdjieff Studies Program - G.I. Gurdjieff

At an early age he awakened to a profound experience of the "whole sensation" of himself, a deep, dimensional self-remembering that became the foundation of his Being. Thus at an early age, Gurdjieff had already realized a high degree of being.

Experiencing wars and descrution, and the mindless mechanicality of man who he saw as asleep to their self and so living in needless confusion and misery, the question burned in him:

"What is the sense and significance of life on Earth and human life in particular?"

Feeling "an irrepressible striving" to discover why is there life on earth, what purpose does it serve, if any, Gurdjieff studied orthodox religion and science but found no adequate answer.  He came to intuit that the wisdom societies of ancient civilizations held the key to man's true identity and purpose.

His search took him to many remote and dangerous places before he finally discovered the "true principles and ideas" of a seminal, ancient teaching in prehistoric Egypt and Abyssinia (present-day Ethiopia). Having discovered the principles and ideas, Gurdjieff realized that over time elements of the teaching had migrated from Egypt northward and he renewed his search.

This second search led him to Babylon, the Hindu Kush, Siberia and the Gobi desert, where he gathered the dispersed elements of the ancient teaching that was completely unknown up to the present time.

Gurdjieff then reassembled and reformulated the esoteric teaching of self-transformation he had discovered -- to meet the demands of modern times.  Gurdjieff called this teaching The Fourth Way.

Humanity, he recognized, was in dire need of this knowledge, for humanity had entered a crucial period in its development. "Unless the wisdom of the East and the energy of the west," he said, "could be harnessed and used harmoniously, the world would be destroyed."  In 1911 Gurdjieff took a vow to awaken people to a new level of being, of consciousness, of conscience; in a word, to a new type of man.

Time & Initiative

From: Time and Initiative

The question of time was first felt by humans not as an abstraction but practically, in the rise and fall of rivers, the periodic return of the moon and constellations of stars,the migration of prey, and the progression of seasons. At the dawn of civilization early sciences — geometry, astronomy, and music — arose and were specific solutions to the question of time.

Consciousness did not yet distinguish the inner from the outer, or experience from the cosmos to which it belonged. Recurrence was manifest also in human life, in the ebb and flow of opportunities, moods, and sensations. But if purpose was to survive outer change (like the boundaries of farmers' fields in spring floods), humans were called to discover a relatively stable presence, an awareness conscious of impermanence. Thought in this regard followed one of two paths. One led to the question of appropriate action: how to respond to a moment's unique demands without losing sight of the background sameness of the cycle. Hunting rituals were early solutions. They were followed by agrarian festivals and later, oracular texts such as the I Ching and the Tai Hsuan Ching.

Gurdjieff's thoughts can be approached from an implicit critique of existing theories.

. . .

To grasp the tremendous advance that Gurdjieff makes, we must remember that all cosmological thinking on time must address the legacy of Kant's first antinomy. Kant places the four antinomies, or contradictions between two equally valid principles, at the heart of modern epistemology.

The first antinomy asks whether time exists before the world or the world before time.

Since from each alternative a valid argument follows, neither is capable of rational proof. How does Gurdjieff meet the antinomy?

By positing a beginningless, independent time (In Beelzebub's Tales called "the Heropass") that precedes creation of the world and is coeval with the Creator.

Preoriginary, anarchical time plays a key role in sparking the initiative to create the universe. Time with no origin devours the place with no displacement. Anarchical time would "sooner or later bring about the complete destruction of this sole place of His Being."10

The most poignant effect of creation is to modify, if not time itself, at least time's inner workings. Time at the origin  bears the mark of creative intention. The same new temporal dimension responsible for the world's existence is also responsible for the human  possibility of inner development.

Kant thus has been answered: creation necessarily requires modification of a time more ancient than presence.

Time's transformation occupies the heart of Gurdjieff's cosmology: To understand its ramifications, a review of his major cosmological principles is helpful.

Gurdjieff posits two prime laws:

•  the law of process ("the sacred Heptaparaparshinokhh:).

The law of process speaks of a sevenfold development of all events, great and small, organic and inorganic, spiritual and material, conscious and automatic. It establishes what takes place at each phase, the timing of the phases, and their possible completion. It also indicates when a line of growth is open to influences and when it is closed to the external world.

•  the law of phenomena (" the sacred Triamazikamno").

The law of phenomena describes a threefold interaction of fundamental cosmic forces. That which becomes manifest depends solely on how three primal forces combine.

These two prime laws clearly are interdependent. Phenomena develop lawfully out of one another in their movement toward an end. Phase two of a project is a lawful outgrowth of phase one, taking into account influences of other lines of development passing through that locale. If the law of process choreographs a dance, the law of phenomena determines placement of dancers.

As Gurdjieff formulates the law of phenomena, "the higher blends with the lower in order to actualize the middle and thus becomes either higher for the preceding lower, or lower for the succeeding higher."11

Creation is enacted by a unique alteration in the two prime laws, especially in the law of process. Before creation, they operate on a closed and isolated system. The hermetically sealed design Gurdjieff calls "Autoegocrat."12  The redesigned system ("Trogoautoegocrat") is governed by laws of interdependence, reciprocity, and exchange. The revised features presupposes the original configuration. Since later design requirements stipulate existences outside of the originary, hermetic system, provisions for world-creation are implicit to the alteration. Since the motive for redesign, as seen before, is to counteract entropic effects of anarchical time, the world leaps into being for the sake of coping with the Heropass, Time, the Destroyer.

The many cosmoses come to exist in response to the divine alteration of fundamental law. The most important change occurs in the law of process. In two separate phases, any line of development opens to external influences. Until this change, it is incorrect to speak of influence at all, since occurrences are constructed to prevent anything coming in; what take place is necessarily self-contained and (to use the Leibniz's pregnant expression) "windowless."  A new phase of growth merely projects a vision already internal to the process up to that point. One of the alterations is near the midpoint of development is particularly crucial. At that point, presence of other processes influences the outcome of development in such a way that the end result can become public, environmental, and therefore communal. The life of one process begins to enter the life of other processes. Material is shared. Hermetic self-containment remains a possibility. The old way of operating remains intact, but only as it, as Gurdjieff says, the "same process proceeds in absolute quiet. 13  The self-projective character of development is replaced by a new basis of dynamics, exchange: the "principle of existence of everything existing in the Universe by means of reciprocal feeding and maintaining each other's existence." 14

Gurdjieff calls exchange "Iraniranumange."  As a first thrust toward an open universe, it ends the threat of an entropic decline by establishing "that equilibrium which at the present time no longer gives the merciless Heropass any possibility of bringing about anything unforeseen whatsoever to our Most Great and Most Most Holy Sun Absolute." 15   Creation, the cosmic event of novelty, centers on need – a need for mutual support or reciprocal maintenance. Gurdjieff's innovative idea of need creates a dynamic equilibrium proper to the organism. The universe is newly opened by the invention of life, its needs and neediness. In an organism, descending (catabolic) and ascending (anabolic) processes exist side by side. The product of one becomes raw material for another. Substance is conserved and recycled. What regulates an infinite fine balance of processes is none other than time's new dimension, originary time, timing. Time (timing?) is the essence in any line of development. If the fodder does not enter when the cow's stomach is prepared with proper enzymes, digestion will not ensue and the animal will starve. Timing consists in the availability of one process to the needs of another process, conscious or mechanical. Availability is guaranteed by a redesigned law of process. Action of reciprocal maintenance works through timing of events.

The achievement of reciprocal maintenance is a great one: it is homeostasis. Destructive, destabilizing effects of anarchical time – the other – are neutralized through good timing in mutually sustaining processes. Timing is the great means for ensuring the life of the universe. Its role is similar when it brings the dancer's performance to life. Timing, the lawful interlocking of events, clearly belongs to ordinary time. Man is no less subject to it than any other being. Yet in timing lies a special opportunity for humanity, one in which humanity ceases to be subject to the laws but coauthor of them.

As an achievement, however, reciprocal maintenance is incomplete. Consider an analogy of the created universe with an organism. An organism is not a closed system of processes. It exists in open interaction with its surroundings and defeats entropy through ecological support. Food, air, and the content of sensory impression derive from an environment and assure continuation of life. The new design of the law of process, according to Gurdjieff, similarly places the created universe at the open edge of things. Therein arises an important problem. Beyond the universe is empty space, nothing. The conditions for environmental interactions that a single organism enjoys do not exist. On a cosmic scale, what prevents the totality of existents from becoming closed and succumbing to uncreated time and entropy?

. . .

Theories which lack an inner dimension of time are profoundly pessimistic. Humanity is not more than another cog within the mechanism of cosmic equilibrium. To truncate the time-possibilities is to neglect the "two-naturedness" of humanity. Human beings can be more than unknowing subjects of universal law. They can, on rare occasions, be agents of prime law itself. The new station belongs to "relatively independent existences" and requires individual awareness in high degree. By deep affirmation of one's place, one gains a measure of freedom from inherited and acquired factors of limitations, refusal, and despair, factors that annul an effort of being and leave one subject to the woes of entropic time. A wholehearted embrace of the struggle for poise is the recovery of a dimension of human initiative. It is the unveiling of what one really intends to do and to be – the discovery of which can take place only in and through creative time. The lived understanding of timely action fulfills humanity's dual nature. Timeliness uplifts humans from the gravity of earthly existence to the divine task of renewing the cosmos through renewal of self.

Wikipedia

The meaning of life is a philosophical question concerning the significance of life or existence in general. It can also be expressed in different forms, such as "Why are we here?", "What is life all about?", and "What is the purpose of existence?" It has been the subject of much philosophical, scientific, and theological speculation throughout history. There have been a large number of proposed answers to these questions from many different cultural and ideological backgrounds.

The meaning of life in the philosophical and religious conceptions of existence, social ties, consciousness, and happiness, and borders on many other issues, such as symbolic meaning, ontology, value, purpose, ethics, good and evil, free will, the existence of a or multiple Gods, conceptions of God, the soul, and the afterlife. Scientific contributions focus primarily on describing related empiricalfacts about the universe, exploring the context and parameters concerning the 'how' of life. Science also studies and can provide recommendations for the pursuit of well-being and a related conception of morality. An alternative, humanistic approach poses the question "What is the meaning of my life?" The value of the question pertaining to the purpose of life may coincide with the achievement of ultimate reality, or a feeling of oneness, or even a feeling of sacredness.

Questions

Questions about the meaning of life have been expressed in a broad variety of ways, including the following:

These questions have resulted in a wide range of competing answers and arguments, from scientific theories, to philosophical, theological, and spiritual explanations.

( "Meaning of Life" continued at Wikipedia )

Debugging

from Chapter XLII, The nonlinear dynamics of love and complex systems - Debugging the Universe

So, let's state the hypothesis.

The only reasonable hypothesis that I can state is that one which comes from the unknown system taught by Gurdjieff.

  • This system tells us that the World has a certain purpose. It tells us that not everything works well. It tells us that there are certain "bugs" in the construction.
  • It is quite possible that using the meta-language one can prove that any program on that scale must have bugs. So, the Universe is a program, a program which has bugs, but which has the built-in capacity for self-improving.

There are, therefore, certain units that are brought to existence with this specific purpose: to self-evolve to a degree high enough to be able to find out the methods of debugging.

So, let's get on with Debugging the Universe, starting with our minds.

Error Correction

From: MetaHistory

Gaia's "Correction"

To learn and practice telestics is to use the self-corrective "fail-safe" of the human mind. (Fail-safe: a device or feature of a system that responds to failure of the sustem by securing it from harm.) Telestics is an extraordinary feature of human awareness, a super-fail-safe, because it not only prevents self-harm and delusion, but it self-corrects the individual mind and redirects it to a safe and sane course of action.

Gnostics taught that the human role in the transhuman designs of Sophia, the divinity embodied in the earth, was to assist her correction

Conclusions?

Excerpts from: Gurdjieff Work - The Fourth Way, Maurice Nicoll, Spiritual Transformation

In his talks, Gurdjieff gave a keen analysis of the modern dilema.

"There is a growth of personality at the cost of essence, that is, a growth of the artificial, the unreal and what is foreign, at the cost of the natural, the real and what is one's own. We see everywhere a preponderance of vulgarity and stupidity of all kinds, and in life, we only see new divisions, new hostility, new misunderstandings. To avoid a complete disaster, it was necessary to achieve world harmony as soon as possible. It could not be achieved by politics, philosophy, religion or any organized movement that treated man in the mass. It could only be accomplished through the individual development of man. If enough individuals could develop themeselves, even partially, into genuine natural beings, each such individual would then be able to convince and win over as many as a hundred others who would, each in his turn, be able to influence another hundred and so on."

What Gurdjieff was saying was that everyone, like Atlas, would hold up, be reponsible for, their own world and thus the larger world.

"Man's possibilities are very great. You cannot even conceive a shadow of what man is capable of attaining. But nothing can be attained in sleep. In the consciousness of a sleeping man, his illusions and dreams are mixed with reality. He lives in a subjective world and he can never escape from it. And this is the reason why he can never make use of all the powers he possesses and why he lives in only a small part of himself."

Man, Gurdjieff taught, is an unfinished creation. He is not fully Man, considered as a cosmically unique being whose intelligence and power of action mirror the energies of the source of life itself. That the fate of the earth is somehow bound up with the possibility of the inner evolution of individual men and women resonates with the contemporary sense of impending planetary disaster.

How are human beings to change this state of affairs and begin drawing on the universal conscious energies which we are built to absorb but which now pass through us untransformed? How is humanity to assume its proper place in the great chain of being? It is necessary for individual men and women to awaken, to remember who they are, and then to become Who they really are, to live it in the service of truth. Without this awakening and this becoming, nothing else can help us. But it is very difficult. An extraordinary quality of help is needed. To this end, Gurdjieff created what has come to be calle The Work.

The work of self-observation acquires a completely new meaning as the developing attention lets go of its effort, joining and willingly submitting to a higher conscious seeing.  Through such experience, a man or woman can begin to come into contact with an ever-deepening sense of an inner need which allows an opening to a powerful conscious influence within oneself.

According to Gurdjieff, without a relationship to this more central aspect of oneself, everyday life is bound to be an existential prison, in which the individual is held captive, not so much by the so-called forces of modernity, as by the parts of the self that cannot help but react automatically to the influences of the world.  Read the Introduction to The Gurdjieff Work.

St. Theophan the Recluse

Gurdjieff articulated ancient wisdom to Western man. St. Theophan the Recluse, articulated this same wisdom in the first quarter of the 17th century while a monk at Mount Athos when he said, "Examine yourself to see whether you have within you a strong sense of your own self-importance, or negatively, whether you have failed to realize that you are nothing.

This feeling of self-importance is deeply hidden, but it controls the whole of our life. Its first demand is that everything should be as we wish it, and as soon as this is not so we complain to God and are annoyed with people.  The reason why we have wrong judgment of the things is that we do not look deeply into them to see what they are, but conceive a liking for them or a dislike of them from the very first glance, judging by appearances.   These likes and dislikes prejudice our mind and darken it; and so it cannot form right judgment of things as they really are.

So, my brother, if you wish to be free of this prelest (spiritual delusion) in your mind, keep strict attention over yourself; and when you see a thing with your eyes, or visualize it in your mind, keep a firm grip on your desires and do not allow yourself at the first glance either to conceive a liking for the thing or a dislike for it, but examine it in a detached way with the mind alone.

Unobscured by passion, the mind then remains in a state natural to it, which is free and pure, and has the possibility to know the truth and to penetrate into the depths of a thing, where evil is often concealed under a deceptively attractive exterior and where good is sometimes hidden under a bad appearance." Read Unseen Warfare.

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Other Links

Soon You Will Understand... The Meaning of Life

A brief generic overview of why you are here, what your experience is all about and what it all means.

Meanings and Purposes of Life

What's the significance of life?; Who are we?

Is human life mostly a dream, from which we never really awake, as some thinkers claim? Are we submerged by our feelings, by our loves and hates, by our ideas of good, bad, beautiful, awful? Are we incapable of knowing beyond those ideas and feelings?

Is the reality we know a reality imposed to us by nature? Is the reality and the meaning of life a creation of men, such as music, or love or colors (science tells us that there isn't such things as music, harmony or colors in the physic world. Just traveling molecules: «There is not, external to us, hot or cold, but only different velocities of molecules; there aren’t sounds, callings, harmonies, but just variations in the pressure of the air; there aren’t colours, or light, just electro-magnetic waves», said H. Von Foerster.).

Are we - and all living beings - «survival machines, blindly programmed to preserve the selfish molecules known as genes», as Richard Dawkins wrote? Are we incapable of knowing beyond the frames imposed to us by nature?

what is the meaning of life?

Since the dawn of time, the ultimate question has been asked in a number of ways. Why do we exist? What is the meaning of life? Does God exist? What is the origin of the universe? How does the world exist, and what is its origin or source of creation? Why is there something rather than nothing?

This site offers you the possibility to discuss this fundamental metaphysical question with others. It also allows you to share your opinion and react to other people's points of view. What do you believe in? What do you think is the meaning of life?

More Questions

From: The Gurdjieff Foundation of Alabama

The moment we wake up it begins.  The rush through lives.

We meet the modern world’s momentum with every tick of the clock — into the shower, on the highway, off to work. Images and soundbites bombard us …billboards, television, newspapers …seeding doubt and worry.  War abroad, local violence, familial discord, problems in the office, a friend suffering from depression.

Our minds are either five steps ahead — imagining what we’ll do and say, planning for the next hour, for tomorrow …or running over yesterday … consumed by memories and regrets.  And at the end of the busy day, before the routine begins anew, there’s a slight sense of never having been.

The questions come:

  • What do I do all this for?
  • What is this strange sense I have, the sense that I do not truly inhabit my life?
  • What would it mean to not always be focused on the future or on the past?
  • Is there a key to understanding the discord in my life, the discord around me?

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  War in Heaven             From: zeitlin.net War in Heaven, Kyle Griffith, S/R Press, As readers of this site well understand, "SETI" cannot be understood simply in terms of "us here and them there and how do we talk". Kyle Griffith in his The War in Heaven (see above) has given us a view of the great complexity in terms of Human Races, both those grounded on a planetary system and those we could call "space people", plus elementals, and gods. All are engaged in a vast struggle for survival. Many are organized in complexes, these being described by Griffith, but difficult for us to understand in any terms. Yet we are intimately and personally involved in such complexes, and we MUST learn how these work, if we are to make any progress in this system and in our struggle. “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”     – Cliché by Arthur C. Clarke "Profiles of The Future", 1961

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Bee Matrix

Bee Matrix

“… bees use their "honey stomachs"to ingest and regurgitate the nectara number of times until it is partiallydigested.“… bees work together as a group withthe regurgitation and digestion untilthe product reaches a desired quality.”   Bee Matrix    In esoteric lore, “True knowledge, it is asserted, exists as a positive commodity, like the honey of the bee. Like honey, it can be accumulated. From time to time in human history, however, it lies unused and starts to leak away. On those occasions the Sarmouni and their associates all over the world collect it and store it in a special receptacle. Then, when the time is ripe, they release it into the world again, through specially trained emissaries.” Is there more? Yet another limited hangout?

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Artificial Intelligence

The beginning of recorded history, also by definition is the beginning of language. At the same time (approximately 12,000 years ago) coincides the transition of homo sapien from living in tribal hunter-gatherers societies to that of agrarian-ownership societies. Biochemically, the change to cooking is massive.  It is a process that has never been a part of biological evolution." (LINK) Where did language come from?  It fits the definition of artificial. Humans are not born with language, it is learned. As well as the sudden appearance of hybrid food crops, domestic animals, number systems and of course money (and banking), slavery and war. All of these are artificial, not found in nature. All of these seem to be of Artificial Intelligence. And then, there is the question of the origin of the Fourth Way  (and/or other ancient wisdom). Not even mentioning mysteries such as the pyramids and other...

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Meaning of Life

Meaning of Life

  Meaning of Life       by: Tony Lutz A question as old as man. The Wikipedia article, the beginning of which is excerpted below, gives a very good clue as to why this question has gone unanswered for thousands of years. The controllers don't want you (or anyone) to know the answer to this question! Don't believe everything you read. Including the following. Do your own due diligence.

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Sunday reading

I go to Bibliotecapleyades and click on UFO War Explodes Through Entire Pacific Ocean - Now A Coalition War. It's interesting, so I go to John Kettler's website to read more.  Once at John's site, I find a link to: Getting a "Handl" on things? at the Cassiopaea Forum. Reading that topic, I find the link to the Blue Hedron. Wow, that is some story!  [Internal Link] For a more accurate understanding substitute for Blue Hedron — the Work/Matrix/Reciprocal Maintenance./"There is no true divinity except Man." While I'm at , I check out the Work subcategory in their forum, and begin reading Gurdjieff: The Soul, The First Initiation and Christianity In that topic, I follow the link to The Mevlevi Path Versus Gurdjieffism which has the following quote: "There is no true divinity except Man." (LINK)

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The Hidden Alpha

The Hidden Alpha

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A Solution to the Fermi Paradox

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The Hidden Hand

The Hidden Hand

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Sim Card Man

Sim Card Man

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Channelling a One World Government through a New World Order

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Deliverance

Deliverance

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Consciousness is in the Neurons

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The dog that didn't bark

The dog that didn't bark

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Spirit Takes a Trip

Spirit Takes a Trip

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Of Two Minds

Of Two Minds

09-06-2015

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The After-Death

The After-Death

04-06-2015

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Cosmic Craziness

Cosmic Craziness

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Mirage Men

Mirage Men

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To Sleep or Not to Sleep

To Sleep or Not to Sleep

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The New Species

The New Species

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Extraterrestrial Infiltration

Extraterrestrial Infiltration

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The Greatest Challenge: the Go…

The Greatest Challenge: the Golden Future

15-03-2015

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Men On Mars, Nazis in Antarcti…

Men On Mars, Nazis in Antarctica, An Alien Named “Krill”

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Fukushima

Fukushima

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Extraterrestrial vs. Ultraterr…

Extraterrestrial vs. Ultraterrestrial

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How To Exit The Reincarnation …

How To Exit The Reincarnation System

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The Virtual Kid Theorem

The Virtual Kid Theorem

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NWO Propaganda

NWO Propaganda

31-12-2013

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Return of the Elder Race

Return of the Elder Race

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The Fifth Interview

The Fifth Interview

08-05-2013

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The Sorcerer's Apprentice

The Sorcerer's Apprentice

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Spiritless Humans

Spiritless Humans

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Matrix — Limited Hangout

Matrix — Limited Hangout

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War in Heaven

War in Heaven

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Fall of Man

Fall of Man

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Noel Huntley

Noel Huntley

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Ex-China Foreign Ministry Offi…

Ex-China Foreign Ministry Official says Extraterrestrials live among us

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Einstein's theory raises possi…

Einstein's theory raises possibility of Humans from other universes de-stabilizing Earth into violence

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UFO Art

UFO Art

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Gnosticism, Archons/Greys, The…

Gnosticism, Archons/Greys, The Controller Agenda

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Scholars suggest Human DNA sho…

Scholars suggest Human DNA shows signs of being an Invasive Extraterrestrial Parasite

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12 Real Documents That Treat U…

12 Real Documents That Treat UFOs Very Seriously

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Predator`s Mind

Predator`s Mind

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Terraforming: Alien or Human, …

Terraforming: Alien or Human, It’s Here

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The Gnostic Theory of Alien In…

The Gnostic Theory of Alien Intrusion

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U.S. scholar reveals link betw…

U.S. scholar reveals link between organized religion and Manipulative Extraterrestrials

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Human oversight of self-awaren…

Human oversight of self-awareness reveals Manipulative Extraterrestrial presence

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Alex Grey and the Mind Parasit…

Alex Grey and the Mind Parasites

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The universe according to KERN…

The universe according to KERNER Short Greys, Robots, Gods and Eugenism

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Sirius Disclosure

Sirius Disclosure

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The war in . . .

The war in . . .

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Bee Matrix

Bee Matrix

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Artificial Intelligence

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Meaning of Life

Meaning of Life

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Sunday reading

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Save the old or build the new?

Save the old or build the new?

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Illumination: the Secret Relig…

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