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This Conscious Planet Thinks and Reacts

Ever since the Harvey Frankenstein story broke almost 3 weeks ago, it has pretty much sucked the energy out of other topics. Trust me folks, this is just the tip of the tippiest tip tip tip of the iceberg, just yesterday Papa George Bush had to publicly apologize for groping an actress and I’m sure many pervy male actors, producers and directors who have had a long-time reputation like Harvey’s are all waiting for the other shoe to drop. Bring it on I say, nothing would make me happier than to see the dross and detritus of humanity like these types disappear completely and never be heard from again.

Anyway I kind of wanted to bring some attention to something I think serious light-workers need to think about and hopefully direct some much-needed attention towards. Because of Harvey-gate, many people have forgotten about what Trump was going on about before the Weinstein story broke; namely nuclear war with North Korea.

Trump and Kim Jong Un comparing wee-wees

I honestly thought we were past this juvenile, nuclear my-weewee-is-bigger-than-your-weewee BS after the Cold War ended but I guess not given that the world now has some serious mentally unstable, juvenile delinquents  back in power like Trump, Kim Jong Un in North Korea and Rodrigo Duterte in the Phillipines.

Before I go into what I think might possibly be some truly catastrophic scenarios, let me back up a bit so you have an idea of where I am going with all of this.

That the Earth is alive and has points of power is a forgone conclusion. The amateur archeologist Alfred Watkins made a startling discovery in 1922. He discovered that many old churches, pagan sites and landmarks in the English countryside were aligned along straight lines which he called “ley lines”.


The famous St. Michael line cutting across Southern England.

Watkins re-discovered something which earlier pagan and ancient civilizations knew all along, that the planet is alive and has energy meridians crisscrossing all over, in much the same way the human body has energy meridians  and acu-points for specific organs and ailments in Chinese acupuncture theory. In some ways, the earths ley lines are like the nervous system of the human body.


The ancient Australian Aborigines called them the “Songlines”…

Australian Song Lines

An energetic map of the Song Lines of Australia by Aborigine David Banggal Mowaljarlai.

The ancient Chinese called them “Dragon Lines”…

A dragon lines map of Japan

and the old Celts called them “Fairy Paths”.

The stone tracks of Carnac, France

Interestingly, many of the world’s natural and man-made sacred sites, pilgrimage routes, holy shrines, wells and mountains are located on these energy meridians and ley lines. These are places of power, where the energy is usually more powerful, of a higher frequency, where people very often under specific conditions usually have experiences (sometimes of a spiritual nature, sometimes not) which transform them completely.


Some of the Earth’s ley lines and the sacred sites on them.

As in acupuncture, specific acupuncture points on the human body are related to energy meridians for certain ailments or organs (i.e liver, heart, depression, addiction). Likewise, many of these ley lines and sacred sites are aligned and related to specific spiritual issues and ailments. Some places are closely related to throat chakra issues (i.e using your voice, singing, speaking your truth), others are more related to the solar plexus (i.e fear, survival, listening to your gut).

Sanscreed Holy Well, Ireland

Just as you don’t stimulate an acupuncture point for liver problems if you have depression or you don’t take medication for high blood pressure when you have acne, likewise stimulate a ley line in a bad way, you are bound to get some serious blow-back.


Just like how the body reacts if it is under duress or stress, either long term or sudden, the Earth does as well. Nothing stays in isolation for long.

There was a video of Cherokee Elder  and survivalist Grandfather Willy Whitefeather that used to be on Youtube a few years ago but it has since disappeared. In it, he described that every time the United States did a giant military offensive or bombed any given place in Iraq or Afghanistan in the early days of the War on Terrorism, there was almost an immediate natural disaster hitting the United States whether it was Hurricane Katrina or something else, not long afterwards.  Tit for tat. The closest video I could find where Willy talks about these things is this one.

I’ll be very honest. I don’t do predictions. I don’t have that gift and I do not consider myself a psychic though I can be very intuitive when I put my focus and intellect to work. This is just my gut feeling and I could be completely wrong and I really hope I am.

Areas directly affected by Yellowstone.

If that idiot Trump decides to go nuclear whether its against North Korea or Iran or Russia and drops an atomic hydrogen or neutron bomb, I have a sick feeling that the super-volcano in Yellowstone OR the San Andreas fault OR the Cascade Mountain range in California (Mount Shasta), Oregon (Mount Hood) and Washington States (Mount St. Helen’s and Mount Rainier) are going to wake up. Recent months have seen an uptick of activity at all these places, small little blips letting us know they are awake, far from asleep. If they want to howl in pain, they will. The scenarios afterwards are just too horrible to contemplate but if any of you are curious, the blowing  up of a super-volcano has the same, exact effects of nuclear winter. Prolonged cloud coverage around the world, little to no plant  growth, no crops, no food, serious water contamination.

The Native Elders have not been talking about this because I’m guessing most of them are probably in deep prayer and ceremony to offset something like this. The Hopi had prophecies around a Gourd of Ashes falling from the sky which they believe referred to the bombing of Hiroshima. I don’t bring this up to scare people, I’m not into fear porn but I do think people should be forewarned and understand what the situation is and do what they can to offset this madness. Do whatever you have to do or whatever you can. Pray. Meditate. Do ceremony. Share. Direct your attention so that Trump DOESN’T do this. Ever. The guy can’t think properly so we might as well think for him and direct it in a good way.

Am I right in saying this?


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Just shy of Heaven


“To experience thinking outside the brain is to enter a world of instantaneous connections that make ordinary thinking (i.e those aspects limited by the physical brain and the speed of light) seem like some hopelessly sleepy and plodding event. Our truest, deepest self is completely free. It is not crippled or compromised by past actions or concerned with identity or status. It comprehends that it has no need to fear the earthly world, and therefore, it has no need to build itself up through fame or wealth or conquest.Physical life is characterized by defensiveness, whereas spiritual life is just the opposite….Narratives of (Near Death Experiences, NDE) of passing through a dark tunnel or valley into a bright light and vivid landscape – ultra real –  were as old as ancient Greece and Egypt.The sense of being able to see in all directions simultaneously; the sensation of being above linear time – of being above everything, essentially, that I had previously thought of as defining the landscape of human life; the hearing of anthem-like music, which entered through one’s whole being rather than simply one’s ears; the direct and instantaneous reception of concepts that normally would have taken a very long time and a great deal of study to comprehend, without any struggle whatsoever…feeling the intensity of unconditional love. Over and over again, in the modern NDE accounts and in spiritual writings from earlier times, I’d feel the narrator struggling with the limitations of earthly language, trying to get the entirety of the fish they had hooked on board of human language and ideas.”

I just completed reading this book and it is a marvelous read. Dr. Eben Alexander is a Harvard trained neurosurgeon. And before his NDE, was someone who followed the typical Cartesian, mathematically deterministic model of existence and world view most people in the pure and applied sciences usually do. Basically nothing exists except those things you can experience through your five senses and those things which can be quantified using the scientific method. His NDE experience changed that completely when he slipped into a potentially fatal seven-day coma and lived to tell the tale. His story is a fascinating one. He has many people trying to debunk his story but unless you’ve been there, it’s hard to disprove what he says.
Dr. Eben Alexander

Dr. Eben Alexander

To anyone who has had genuine spiritual experiences, not the New Agey contrived, sort, but those who have experienced the Eternal Now, those who might have slipped into deep Samadhi or Satori or stepped outside of Maya for even a split second, this book  is an indispensable read.
I too have had my encounters with the other side, but nowhere near as deep or vivid as Dr. Alexander’s.
The first time something went off was when I was 9 years old. It sounds trite but at the time I thought algebra was this horrible monster lurking in the horizon at school which if I did not master, I’d be a failure in life since it would close off many career options (I know, I was a nerd.). Determined to understand it, I took down my dad’s copy of “The new Book of Knowledge” the “A” edition and started reading the chapter on algebra.
The second I understood it, I can’t describe it only that it was beyond a light bulb going off, it was a total whiteout in my vision, but in my inner vision. I didn’t suddenly just understand algebra, I suddenly understood everything. I suddenly felt like I was a part of everything. The sensation lasted no more than a few seconds and at the time, I didn’t understand what was happening to me given my 9-year-old mind. All I remember was pure joy and a pure sense of aliveness and that I suddenly wanted more so that this feeling could last.
The second time was when I was 20. I was at home one Saturday morning in my room doing some studying for an upcoming test, my dad was in the kitchen reading the newspaper and my brother must have been watching TV. Quite suddenly and without any explanation my body temperature skyrocketed and within seconds I was drenched in sweat like never before. I had read about spontaneous human combustion so that was my first thought as to what was happening to me. I struggled to walk over to the kitchen to tell my dad something was wrong.
I thought this was happening.

I thought this was happening.

The last thing I remember was telling him to call the ambulance, before I blacked out completely and fell to the floor. Suddenly I found myself in a black space, but not a threatening one. Instead, it felt warm, safe and like complete bliss. Imagine that you’re in a pool and underwater and people above you are talking, their voices sound muffled, close but far. That’s what my father and brother sounded like while they were trying to revive me and calling 9-1-1. I felt like I was in the most amazing, welcoming cocoon and wanted to stay. Suddenly I heard a gentle voice saying I need to go back, and there was almost a gentle pushing upwards and I found myself back here, coming to, it felt almost like surfacing out of the water. When I opened my eyes, I found that I was sprawled out on the floor and my brother was on the phone with a 9-1-1 operator. When I asked how long I was gone he said “Maybe about 20 seconds”. In that space, there was absolutely no sense of time or place, just a pure sense of feeling and awareness. I felt like I had been there forever. It felt like home.
Days later when I went to have everything checked out with my family doctor, I told him of the episode which he patiently listened to. My family doctor is a very, very wise man. A fellow Indian, a Gujarati from Durban, South Africa, he did his Ph.D at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine back in the late 1960’s but he is also very aware of the spiritual dimension to life. A lifelong vegetarian, yoga practitioner and follower of Hindu Vedanta, my visits with him always end up being very stimulating long discussions on spirituality, religion, life and the stupidity of our modern times. Not a lot escapes his penetrating gaze and he’s no one’s fool. When I finished telling him my episode, he was silent for several moments and then finally said,”You have had a genuine spiritual experience. You understand this reality is but a dream and you’re going to be on a very long and interesting journey now.”
I had a few other bump-ins. Once when I spent time at the grave of St. John the Divine at Ephesus, Turkey on the eve of the millenium. Another time when I escaped with my life at gunpoint in Washington DC and yet another time when I met a certain gentleman who is a software developer-turned-filmmaker in California. It’s always accompanied by a certain knowingness, a certainty which is anchored in joy and gentleness which leaves you more alive, more alert and with an ability to live and see things with more vividness and clarity.
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