These Trying Times

We live in interesting times. Perhaps it is an apocalypse of sorts.  Call it what you will, but few would deny that these are extraordinary times. The degree to which humanity has reached a point of crisis is almost beyond dispute, with the certain proof of global climate change, the weather changes, and most disturbing, the recent spate of severe earthquakes.

The essentials of this crisis are well known.  The climate crisis, the energy crisis.  And now, the financial crisis, the healthcare crisis, and the environmental crisis.  And add to that the religious ideas about the apocalypse, a rampant increase in psychic predictions of imminent, dramatic change, and it seems everyone has some form of a belief that we are entering into “the End Times.”

Of course, the wise, of which there are many now, know that this will not be an end.  Only the foolish believe that the world will ceast to exist. Negative thinkers may believe that the world will come to a destructive demise.  But some see the End Times positively, or at least as ultimately having a good outcome, even if we have to go through some difficult experiences. The new idea of the End Times is that it is a time of dramatic transition.

What exactly the true nature of this transition means is not at all clear to us.  But that is because we are the fish, wondering if there is a world outside of our little tank.  We know there is a whole universe there, our science tells of its immense size and magnificence.  But since we are confined securely in this tank, we do not know the world outside.

I believe what we are going to see happen is a phase transition in consciousness. It is a change from one state of consciousness to another.  Perhaps a quantum leap, but perhaps simply a shift in energy and form, from one configuration to another.  Just like a liquid changing into a gas.  This new state of consciousness is one that many people have glimpsed.  Such people are the fish that have jumped out of the water and entered the air.  They bring back reports of a very different world.  Some of them are mystics and spiritual seekers, but many of them are just ordinary people who, like the fish who jumped into the air, happened to be in the right place at the right time, in the right frame of mind to have a glimpse of that other phase, that other realm of consciousness.

Then of course there are the mystics, the shamans, the witches and wise  hermits, the psychics, and the intuitives that have long borne witness to the truth that this is not the only realm of being. They have  been much ridiculed, persecuted and maligned in our world.  The world that these wise ones have described is a world of natural spirituality.  A world that sees the energy of nature in every mote of dust and wisp of hair.

I believe that we are entering a time when we come to know certain truths that have remained hidden for much of human history.  And I do not mean know with the mind, I mean know with our inner knowingness, the same way we know that we exist and that we feel.  We will come to know our true nature, by actually reconfiguring our egos and our souls into a new relationship, a relationship where we experience ourselves not just as physical beings, but as spiritual beings in physical bodies. 

I also believe that science will unify with spirituality in the form of a New Spiritual Science, with postulates, expressed scientifically, that explain the nature of the soul and its fragmentation from God.  The mathematics will be somewhat like the mathematics of bosons and fermions, and it will reveal that the physics of particles is also the science of the structure of the soul.  And we will know mathematically what the soul is.

This new physics will allow for the explanation of so-called “faster than light” travel and usher in a revolution in energy technology.  It will shed light on low energy nuclear reactions, cold fusion, and claims of zero-point technology. The stupendous energy of matter will become available to us to use.

We know all this from carefully looking at reincarnation cases, UFO cases, reports of psychic phenomena, all of which have some validity and point to the same core truth, that we are not alone and never have been.  The enigmatic UFO pilots will one day be introduced to us, or introduce themselves.  Events have been building up to this for a long time now.

So these are interesting times.  We have help, we have always had help.  Cultures throughout the world have remembered some of the beings from other worlds who interacted with us.

 The answers to the crises we have been facing these last years are what so many have been busy denying for just as long: that we are not alone in the universe, that we are not just bodies, but rather are powerful spiritual beings, and that unlimited energy is available to us.

With these revelations, we solve the climate crisis by switching over to “cold fusion” energy; we solve our economic problems by providing cheap, abundant energy to all; and we solve environmental crises all over the world by no longer needing to rely so much on exploiting the Earth’s overused resources.

With greater energy and economic security, peace and general enlightenment becomes possible, and we learn to live together in harmony.

That is my vision for our future: a world united in peace and the sure embrace of our own true nature as eternal souls. This would would not be one world religion. It would however be a common recognition of the perennial wisdom, but now unified and expressed in mathematical form with advanced scientific theories.  This new understanding would embrace the kernel of truth in each tradition and culture, and honor all cultures and traditions as the varied expressions of our common human search for  truth and wisdom.

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