At the end of my most recent Ayauasca journey I had the feeling of holding onto the moment of action in an aerobatic ski jump.
I’m grateful for that.

Australia: The Secret Country Again Wages War on its Own People

Australia: The Secret Country Again Wages War on its Own People.

“When “act of genocide” was used in the 1997 landmark report Bringing Them Home, which revealed that thousands of Indigenous children had been stolen from their communities by white institutions and systematically abused, a campaign of denial was launched by a far-right clique around the then prime minister John Howard.”

“Known as “the intervention”, the media played a vital role. In 2006, the national TV current affairs programme, the ABC’s Lateline, broadcast a sensational interview with a man whose face was concealed. Described as a “youth worker” who had lived in the Aboriginal community of Mutitjulu, he made a series of lurid allegations. Subsequently exposed as a senior government official who reported directly to the minister, his claims were discredited by the Australian Crime Commission, the Northern Territory Police and a damning report by child medical specialists. The community received no apology.”

good vs bad information

Let me get this straight, I can create content that people won’t try to stop with their firewalls and antivirus, and they’re not allowed to have it (Intellectual property). Money defines scarcity.

The Capitalist West in two words

Scarcity and Domination.

By existing in an environment of scarcity, domination is unavoidable. Like many of the complex systems we take for granted to make ordinary life possible, modern energy systems are definitely one system just outside the periphery of our western culture. There are renewable energy flag wavers, and even these people promoting solutions available and ready to go are ignored by the momentum of non-renewables. This takes place without logic, as non-renewable energy inherently always has been, illogical.

At the start of the 20th Century a guy called Tesla provided examples of energy which didn’t require a power meter. People with belief systems tired into their banking power didn’t like this and we see the result of the 20th century. Now the game is up, the disease of corrupt banking has already collapsed once in 2008. Another band-aid this will not fix.

To understand the proliferation of this entropic energy system, just consider that everything everywhere in the ‘1st world’ was carried there by non-renewable energy.

Solar and wind are great, they don’t circumvent any laws of physics, sweet…

But now we are seeing even science is becoming aware of energy outside entropy, in sub atomic physics there is no decay, there is only a probability of existence. Within this ‘all-possibility’ we can derive a fun term; neg-entropy (a term I learned from Robert Pope).

Awakening beyond thought Webcast Ep 1

Content warning: serendipitous spiritual jargon.

Really enjoyed this webcast.

Initially talking about the question “who would I be without my stories” and how asking this question had heuristic value. Asking this is a method which attempts to be self-correcting on becoming aware of thought patterns.

They went on in the second half of the webcast talking about creating perspective in meditation through various methods, and how methods become blunt and need to be superseded. This reminds me of what Ram Dass says in Fierce Grace (awesome doco) about being stuck in ‘method’. Continue reading “Awakening beyond thought Webcast Ep 1”

The Western 20th century paradigm

A destructive mind dare not examine its behavior.

It will hold onto what it believes to be good, and that’s all.

Anything outside this is uncomfortable and thus should be avoided.

It will talk about new plans within its awareness and not forget to touch on the failures of ‘the outsiders’.

By focusing attention on the perceived failures of the outsiders it is deemed necessary to defend against their perceived Malevolence.

The shadow of the destructive mind must remain defined outside the light of its awareness, this way its destructiveness can merge into the unknown realm of ‘the outsiders’. Continue reading “The Western 20th century paradigm”