Think disclosure, but not just UFOs: that material realism is completely cashed, that we reincarnate, that we exist outside of this life, that death is just a return to that modality and our individuality is preserved in some fashion, that telepathy, precognition, OBEs, NDEs, are all viable, that time is not just linear, that we're in a possible infinite dream (does limitation even exist besides the limitations we impose on ourselves?), and that we're not in here alone -- there's something in here with us, maybe millions of somethings. We've heard about the 'aliens' waiting till a certain number of people are capable of accepting their reality (it's over 50% now), that maybe the government has been purposefully trying not to let that belief unfold for fear that all hell will break loose. We have huge numbers of audience members having watched the following: Netflix released The OA (physical/alternate duality), Stranger Things (physical/alternate duality), and The Discovery (physical/alternate duality ~ we discover that there's an afterlife so everyone starts killing themselves. Really? Is that what would happen? Or is that the same fear mongering as "we can't release the truth about UFOs, everyone would go crazy!") Stranger Things 2 is on the way. I can't wait to see the themes in that one. (Yes, I'm a Christopher Knowles / synchronicity fan too.) I was obsessed with an 'Ascension event' for humanity till 2012 kind of deflated me ~ there were ancient texts, new texts, alien channelings, hypnotized messages, Dolores Cannon stuff, Law of One. I mean, we know about The Tipping Point right? Really only 10-15% of the population needs to really chew on an idea before it will propagate and be accepted by the whole. And we're being led towards this Disclosure thing, but as Skeptikonians know that you can't just Disclose aliens, it's a whole bucket of wormholes that reaches the very essence of who we are and where we came from! (Well pardon me this is going to be a jumble of spaghetti, but when synchronicity elbows me I usually think it means I need to pass something on, so here you go.) Anyway, I just stumbled on this simple video in my feed called "Through the Light Barrier" by Bente Muller: Unfortunately the guy that posted it tacked on some comments about jesuits and whaaa? Well that's unfortunate. Anyway, it immediately struck me as important. Had to find that book. Did an Amazon/kindle search for "Through the Light Barrier" and it isn't there -- all I find is an autobiography by the same name by Elizabeth Klarer. Elizabeth Klarer - I know that name? Oh yeah, it's that amazing South African woman who claims to have had a torrid love affair with an alien named Akon. Oh yeah! And her assistant Kitty backs up her story. Klarer [RIP] had some insightful things to say about the nature of the universe that piqued my attention. I can see I posted that to my facebook on May 2nd (*crickets* - no one appreciates my posts. At least publicly.) So, I'd also come across this video... it doesn't even say the guy's name? Tales of Unity and Oneness That the Government Doesn't Want You To Know. Start at 7:28. He was UFO-document-obsessed (30 years) till he went to a lecture and got a download. Now he has an idea about the mechanics of the universe: ^ I also posted that to Facebook. Pearls before swine, I tell ya. I wrote to Bente Muller's folks to try and get that book. I subscribed to the newsletter. She'd never written anything and then she got a download. It is about the nature of nature and how it has purposefully poised us between the mechanistic and the integral. Newsletter #1: http://us15.campaign-archive1.com/?u=973f5864fba848e6f12ba1926&id=2713700ed9 (continued....) Newsletter #2: (you have to go to top right and translate to English) http://us15.campaign-archive2.com/?u=973f5864fba848e6f12ba1926&id=af45494216 Ok, it's Friday and I have to go to Kung Fu. Sorry for ranting explosively. I'm sure I have a point somewhere. I have a head full of links. Just drawing connections... that's what I do.