Sovereignty pituitary glands

From a vision perspective the March 11th 2011, 9.0 Japanese earth quake will ultimately prove to be one of those tipping points in our history. The solutions lie in reclaiming our personal sovereignty and creating an equitable world congruent with our inherent purpose and design.

We all have a brain with some very interesting chemicals and most of us do not know how to use the brain or access the chemicals in our brain. A fundamental question for each of us is what is going on with your pituitary gland today? For when we have mastery over our pituitary gland, the rest takes care of itself. With enough pituitary secretions, we can brain map shift from the alpha to the delta brain state, increasing brain bandwidth from 2000 bytes/sec to 4 billion bytes/sec.

Problems seemingly insurmountable at 2000 bytes/sec, become child's play at the higher brain bandwidth. The normal reaction to the notion of kicking it up to the higher bandwidths is that this will entail a great effort, WRONG, what could be more natural than using the brain as it was designed to be used vs the dysfunction of what we are doing with it now.

Like a duck takes to water you can quite easily kick up your consciousness bandwidth by reactivating your atrophied but golden pituitary and pineal (DMT) glands. Anyone who has hit a DMT pipe will tell you that your brain is capable of processing 10,000 years of intense emotional experiential, binary, visuals, hieroglyphic uploads in ten frickin minutes. I went from being, a not so Civil Engineer, to a gold making Alchemist in two years. For Christ sake folks, kick it up!

The instructions on rejuvenating your golden glands are here:

To see an Alchemist at work in his lab making real gold in a kitchen microwave oven go to:

The blog is meant to be read from the bottom up. Go to the right panel in Blog Archive start at the bottom and read in order upwards. In reading the blog, keep in mind the intent of expressed criticisms, of state of world affairs, are meant only to be an observed basis of, what is not very desirable, and at the same time to be the basis of clarity, to state and define what is desired of the world. Not making this important clarification would put this work in violation of the universal Laws of Allowing, and from that place of judgment, it would not have the power that it does.

Wednesday, 2 April 2014

TPTB (Archoistic Intrigue) vs TWMF (The Well Meaning Folks)

These two groups are in the process of clashing agendas’ that will not bode well for the planet. My personal experience with each group informs me to the extent, their nature and modus operandi. We have been here before and suffice to say the least; I have a petty opinion on the matter.

TPTB, the first thing that comes to mind here is their intellectual range, no getting around the fact that they are supremely intelligent and at the same time, bereft moralistic empathy. The end totally justifies the means, and without hesitation.

In a word, controlling.

TWMF, distinguish themselves in their gullibility, dumber than a sack of hammer handles. They will believe anything and do.

In a word, righteous.

My transition from technology engineer developer to now an outed gold making Alchemist necessitated becoming an “Allower” as defined by the Abraham Teachings. Judgmental opinions have a price and limiting dynamics the Alchemist can ill afford. One can not become an Alchemist without learning how to work with incomprehensible data sets dispassionate perspective. Logic and empirical reason will only result in futility and empty assay cupels.

In this train wreck we call our near future, TPTB would seem to have the upper hand but that is not totally a given, for when two cymatic systems come together, they are initially quite chaotic in their devolving, but then usually reform into a higher and more complex structure.

Either way, it makes for interesting times. The litmus test today is what is your relationship with reality and for the person in front of you, do they have a functioning relationship with reality?

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