The Grand Scheme of Things: Resources for an awakening humanity.

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Lol....one moment....

Just found this post of yours. You appear to be a bit scared yourself don't you? Arming yourself with a vinegar squirty bottle in case you get attacked?..... really?

From gun owners thread...

"No problem, here's my home-made spray which I slip in my pocket when I go out, it's a small squeezy bottle which I've filled with vinegar to use against attackers and against out-of-control dogs"
Acid attacks!!!!
Tidal goes out armed to do acid attacks on people???
I know someone who had their eyes messed up by vinegar.

Stop it Tidal, you are going equipped for some serious GBH there.
 






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Lol....one moment....
Just found this post of yours. You appear to be a bit scared yourself don't you? Arming yourself with a vinegar squirty bottle in case you get attacked?..... really?
"No problem, here's my home-made spray which I slip in my pocket when I go out, it's a small squeezy bottle which I've filled with vinegar to use against attackers and against out-of-control dogs"
(Call me sentimental but I've diluted it 50% with water, but it'll still pack quite a sting unless the attacker and dog are wearing goggles..:)


I'm only scared of two things on this earth mate, women and dogs, they better not mess with my vinegar spray..:)



 






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The following messages are important today in light of some recent events, which were supposed to have already transpired months ago (c’mon humanity, light a fire under your ass. Why are you soooo sloooowwww?)


Seth: "Quite simply, a belief in the good without a belief in the evil, may seem highly unrealistic to you. This belief, however, is the best kind of insurance that you can have, both during physical life and afterward.

It may outrage your intellect, and the evidence of your physical senses may shout that it is untrue, yet a belief in good without a belief in evil is actually highly realistic, since in physical life it will keep your body healthier, keep you psychologically free of many fears and mental difficulties, and bring you a feeling of ease and spontaneity in which the development of your abilities can be better fulfilled. After death it will release you from the belief in demons and hell, and enforced punishment. You will be better prepared to understand the nature of reality as it is. I understand that the concept does indeed offend your intellect, and that your senses seem to deny it. Yet you should already realize that your senses tell you many things, which are not true; and I tell you that your physical senses perceive a reality that is a result of your beliefs.

Believing in evils, you will of course perceive them. Your world has not tried the experiment as yet which would release you. Christianity was but a distortion of this main truth — that is, organized Christianity as you know it. I am not simply speaking here of the original precepts. They were hardly given a chance, and we will discuss some of this later in the book.

The experiment that would transform your world would operate upon the basic idea that you create your own reality according to the nature of your beliefs, and that all existence was blessed, and that evil did not exist in it. If these ideas were followed individually and collectively, then the evidence of your physical senses would find no contradiction. They would perceive the world and existence as good.

This is the experiment that has not been tried, and these are the truths that you must learn after physical death. Some, after death, understanding these truths, choose to return to physical existence and explain them. Through the centuries this has been the way. In the system of probabilities that originates within physical reality, this is also the case."



"A belief in heaven or hell, under certain conditions, can be equally disadvantageous. Some will refuse to accept the idea of further work, development, and challenge, believing instead that conventional heaven situations are the only possibility. For some time they may indeed inhabit such an environment, until they learn through their own experience that existence demands development, and that such a heaven would be sterile, boring, and indeed “deadly.”

"A suicide may bring about his own death because he rejects existence on any but highly specific terms chosen by himself. If this is the case, then of course he will have to learn differently. Many others, however, choose to deny experience while within the physical system, committing suicide quite as effectively while still physically alive.

"The mechanics of transition therefore are highly variable, as the mechanics of physical life are highly variable. Many of the impediments that I have mentioned impede progress not only after death, but during your own physical existence. This should certainly be taken into consideration. An overly strong identification with the sexual characteristics can also hold back progress. If an individual considers identity strongly in terms of male or female identity, then such a person may refuse to accept the fact of the sexual changes that occur in reincarnational existences. This kind of sexual identification, however, also impedes personality development during physical life.

"Those who understand thoroughly that reality is self-created will have least difficulty. Those who have learned to understand and operate in the mechanics of the dream state will have great advantage. A belief in demons is highly disadvantageous after death, as it is during physical existence. A systematized theology of opposites is also detrimental. If you believe, for example, that all good must be balanced by evil, then you bind yourself into a system of reality that is highly limiting, and that contains within it the seeds of great torment."

—Seth Speaks Chapter 11: Session 546, August 19, 1970 Jane Roberts (C) L. Davies Butts
 






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Seth: "Quite simply, a belief in the good without a belief in the evil, may seem highly unrealistic to you. This belief, however, is the best kind of insurance that you can have, both during physical life and afterward.
Believing in evils, you will of course perceive them. Your world has not tried the experiment as yet which would release you. Christianity was but a distortion of this main truth"..

Which bit of this Christian verse is a "distortion"?-

Paul said- "For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil.." (Eph 6:12).
 






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Until one understands and accepts the truth that we are NOT the human-animal body we are temporarily incarnating, it is impossible to see and experience what is going on around us from a spiritual (and thus correct) point of view.

The human-animal body is the source of all human emotion, which is exactly what keeps the mind (spirit/soul -- which is the REAL you) distracted from the present moment, either reminiscing about the past or imagining what could have been, or worrying about the future, i.e. imagining what may or may not happen. There's a great quote from the film "After Earth" which describes what it's like to be asleep in the human condition, ruled by its fear-based, emotional state:

"Fear is not real. The only place that fear can exist is in our thoughts of the future. It is the product of our imagination, causing us to fear things that do not at present and may not ever exist. That is near insanity. Now do not misunderstand me, danger is very real, but fear is a choice.

Humans see everything upside down and backwards. War is somehow peace, death is somehow life, slavery is somehow freedom, etc., all of which is emotionally driven. What is it that keeps people out of the present moment? E-motion, all of which is fear-based, and all of which is imaginary.

What is it that drives people to willingly accept lies and being injected with lethal poisons? The imagined fear of human death. What is it that deceives people into believing that professional liars and thieves are somehow telling them the truth and looking out for their best interests? The imagined fear of losing what few personal possessions and freedoms we have left. And what is it that keeps everyone at odds with their neighbor, trying to out do one another in the accumulation of these same worldly possessions? The imagined, ego-driven fear of what others may think of us if we don't fit into the societal "norms" that we've been programmed to emotionally accept.

Our Creator on what our imaginations are, and why we should be learning to control them:-

Genesis 6:5 And "I AM" saw that the wickedness of man [was] great in the earth, and [that] every imagination of the thoughts of his heart [was] only evil continually.

Our Creator on true meditation (prayer/telepathic communication) and living in the present moment (at the peaceful, still center of our spiritual-Being):-

Psalm 46:10 Be still, and know that I [am] God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth.

The only way to constantly improve/upgrade one's true, eternal, spiritual self is by learning directly from our Creator; THE Source of all Wisdom, Guidance, Peace, Strength, Love and Joy.

The world has been asleep. It's time to wake-up.

Daniel 12:1-2
12:1 And at that time shall Michael [the Archangel] (Eno. 20:5; 36:1; 40:8; 58:1; 59:9; 57:1-2; 70:4; Rev. 12:7; Sura 2:98) stand up, the Great Prince which standeth for the children of thy people: and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation [even] to that same time: and at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found written in the Book [of Life] (Rev. 13:8; 17:8; 20:15; 21:27; Sura 83:20).
12:2 And many of them that sleep in "the dust of the earth" (Gen. 13:16; 28:14) shall awake, some to Everlasting Life, and some to shame [and] everlasting contempt.
I’m sorry, but this is ridiculous to me. You say fear is bad, yet somehow your fear of imagination is a good thing. Imagination is a tool, you have no choice other than “control”. How can you control a tool that you refuse to pick up and hold?

Fear is an illusion, yes, but the illusion is only erased with knowledge. It’s not meant to be simply ignored. Ignoring fear is counter-productive.

Fear is a useful indicator. It works very well for self-discovery if you don’t waste the opportunity. It shows you exactly where knowledge is lacking, because this lack is what creates the illusion of fear in the first place.
 






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Which bit of this Christian verse is a "distortion"?-

Paul said- "For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil.." (Eph 6:12).
It’s supposed to be a metaphor. All is mind. The struggle is in your head. When you take it literally, you miss the point, thus it becomes distortion.
 






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It’s supposed to be a metaphor. All is mind. The struggle is in your head. When you take it literally, you miss the point, thus it becomes distortion.

As a Christian, nothing worries me, or should I be jumpy and irritable all the time like other people?
Once people can fully accept that they're going to die one day, the grand scheme of things falls into cool perspective, and I can happily accept that.
The Grim Reaper is after every one of us..:)-

 






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As a Christian, nothing worries me, or should I be jumpy and irritable all the time like other people?
I had assumed you are full of worry since you so frequently complain about people who are different to yourself.
Once people can fully accept that they're going to die one day, the grand scheme of things falls into cool perspective.
I suppose.
 






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I had assumed you are full of worry since you so frequently complain about people who are different to yourself.

Mate, in 2002 I was fresh out of jail (3-month vigilante rap), homeless, jobless, womanless, near-penniless and living rough in a tent in a wood near Cheltenham, but not for an instant was I downhearted because I was too busy laughing at myself.
"Oh great" I thought, "I've ended up as Bigfoot"..:)
Like I said, nothing worries me because as a Christian I know how to roll with the punches life throws at us, whereas other people are like wagons without springs, jolted by every pebble on life's road.

I don't "complain" about people different to myself, I simply wish they were like me..:)
Here's a vid of me under another screenname 'PoorOldSpike', play fullscreen for maximum dramatic effect and note my awesomely superkool confident body language-
"..as a Christian,thank God you bear that name....that you may stand firm in all the will of God, mature and fully assured" (1 Peter 4:16, Col 4:12)

 






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Mate, in 2002 I was fresh out of jail (3-month vigilante rap), homeless, jobless, womanless, near-penniless and living rough in a tent in a wood near Cheltenham, but not for an instant was I downhearted because I was too busy laughing at myself.
"Oh great" I thought, "I've ended up as Bigfoot"..:)
Like I said, nothing worries me because as a Christian I know how to roll with the punches life throws at us, whereas other people are like wagons without springs, jolted by every pebble on life's road.

I don't "complain" about people different to myself, I simply wish they were like me..:)
Here's a vid of me under another screenname 'PoorOldSpike', play fullscreen for maximum dramatic effect and note my awesomely superkool confident body language-
"..as a Christian,thank God you bear that name....that you may stand firm in all the will of God, mature and fully assured" (1 Peter 4:16, Col 4:12)

Did you accidentally post the wrong video? You walk like you have a stick up your butt. you also look extremely stiff and lock your knees while walking.

 






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I don't "complain" about people different to myself, I simply wish they were like me..:)
In other words, you’re insecure in your identity. I already knew that. ;) No mystery why you posted a video to show off your way of walking. Everyone wants to deny their own psychological compensations, yet they are always on display regardless.
 






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Did you accidentally post the wrong video? You walk like you have a stick up your butt. you also look extremely stiff and lock your knees while walking.

Congrats mate, that was almost funny, and there was I thinking nonchristians and atheists didn't have a sense of humour!
Keep it up and you might make it through the pearlies yet..:)

 






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In other words, you’re insecure in your identity. I already knew that. ;) No mystery why you posted a video to show off your way of walking. Everyone wants to deny their own psychological compensations, yet they are always on display regardless.

Ah, so you're a wannabe psychiatrist..:)
Speaking of shrinks, my solicitor sent me to one in connection with that vigilante rap i was facing, no doubt he was hoping the shrink would pronounce me nutty so that i'd get off on a "guilty but insane" plea, but to my amazement he said I wasn't nutty!
He concluded his report with-
"Mr X is a very strong-minded individual which would explain the trouble he now finds himself in.
His behaviour throughout the interview was appropriate at all times and I can therefore find no grounds to suggest that the balance of his mind was disturbed"


PS- As a kid, my dad used to think I was nutty, I once overheard him saying to my mam about me - "He's nutty! No don't laugh, I really do mean it, he wastes all his pocket money on silly plastic model aeroplanes then hangs 'em on string from his bedroom ceiling in full view of the street, I dread to think what the neighbours are saying about him. He's up there now building a bleddy great Superfortress, God only knows how much that cost him, when's he going to start saving his money instead?"
I got my own back though, I filled his radio with sand from a builders yard down the road and enjoyed his bewildered expression when he tried to tune in the Clay-Liston fight but all he got were electrical crackles and splutters. He he he :)
Then the sand began pouring out in torrents like an Indiana Jones temple and he freaked, "I don't believe it!" he yelled, "its full of bleddy sand, how the hell did that get in there?" Needless to say, I innocently denied all knowledge of it..
(Anyway he was far nuttier than me, I saw him peeing up the side of our neighbours house one night because he didn't like them)
He's been dead now 40 years but I wonder what he'd say if he knew I still buy models, I've currently got my eye on a Kingsford Smith 'Southern Cross' down the model shop..:)
 






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Ah, so you're a wannabe psychiatrist..:)
Speaking of shrinks, my solicitor sent me to one in connection with that vigilante rap i was facing, no doubt he was hoping the shrink would pronounce me nutty so that i'd get off on a "guilty but insane" plea, but to my amazement he said I wasn't nutty!
He concluded his report with-
"Mr X is a very strong-minded individual which would explain the trouble he now finds himself in.
His behaviour throughout the interview was appropriate at all times and I can therefore find no grounds to suggest that the balance of his mind was disturbed"


PS- As a kid, my dad used to think I was nutty, I once overheard him saying to my mam about me - "He's nutty! No don't laugh, I really do mean it, he wastes all his pocket money on silly plastic model aeroplanes then hangs 'em on string from his bedroom ceiling in full view of the street, I dread to think what the neighbours are saying about him. He's up there now building a bleddy great Superfortress, God only knows how much that cost him, when's he going to start saving his money instead?"
I got my own back though, I filled his radio with sand from a builders yard down the road and enjoyed his bewildered expression when he tried to tune in the Clay-Liston fight but all he got were electrical crackles and splutters. He he he :)
Then the sand began pouring out in torrents like an Indiana Jones temple and he freaked, "I don't believe it!" he yelled, "its full of bleddy sand, how the hell did that get in there?" Needless to say, I innocently denied all knowledge of it..
(Anyway he was far nuttier than me, I saw him peeing up the side of our neighbours house one night because he didn't like them)
He's been dead now 40 years but I wonder what he'd say if he knew I still buy models, I've currently got my eye on a Kingsford Smith 'Southern Cross' down the model shop..:)
Now let’s really get cracking, and get to the bottom of your strong-mindedness, shall we? I appreciate the story but please get off of my couch for now, and wait until the time of your appointment. I’ll call you next week to schedule.
 






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Now let’s really get cracking, and get to the bottom your strong-mindedness, shall we? I’ll call you next week to schedule your weekly appointments.

You get on the couch first..:)
Why don't you tell us what your faith/beliefs/cult/sect is and we can take it from there.
To clarify, I was always a world-rejecter and was expelled from school for "not trying" when I was about 12, which gives me bragging rights for life.
Then during my teens I became drawn more and more to Jesus because I realised I was singing from the same song sheet as him, and i've been happy as a Christian ever since because it feels bloody good to know God and Jesus have got my back..:)

Jesus's young cousin John (below) was a world-rejecter too, living offgrid in the wilderness, sometimes going in town to straighten out the snooty priests and corrupt rulers.
Jesus's verdict on him?-
"John is the greatest man ever to be born" (Matt 11:11)

 






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You get on the couch first..:)
Why don't you tell us what your faith/beliefs/cult/sect is and we can take it from there.
I don’t operate from within belief. That’s backward. I would rather be an atheist than a cultist “believer”. I acknowledge the gestalt consciousness that is the source of all creation, so I don’t think atheists would count me among themselves, but you are free to categorize me however you wish. No worries here. I’m not religious, because I recognize that it would only be hypocrisy in my particular position.
 






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I don’t operate from within belief. That’s backward. I would rather be an atheist than a cultist “believer”..

Good for you mate, I don't go to church or belong to any organised religion myself because we don't need them to do our thinking for us..:)
Jesus said - "You have one teacher, me" (Matt 23:10)

And he's a great role model unless anybody can suggest a better one to get us off this spinning ball of mud sailing through space.
In that respect he's like Adrien Brody in Predators-

 






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Canada genocide evidence piles up; over 600 more Indigenous children’s bodies found

https://www.peoplesworld.org/article/canada-genocide-evidence-piles-up-over-600-more-indigenous-childrens-bodies-found/

Brace yourselves. The slow drip of disclosure events such as the above are the result of ongoing covert operations, and this is just the beginning. This is the tip of a very large iceberg. If you think this story is awful, just wait. It’s going to be extremely painful to witness what is revealed.

Meditate! Rest! Prioritize sleep! Stay centered and focused, because many will fall into a state of despair and depression as a result. Stay tuned, and stay calm. Find your own peace, it’s the only way to stay sane through all of this.
 






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