To set the proper tone for today's frolics ...
Charging forward ...
Young Prophet called me yesterday to share more interesting info about my stepmother and my father's estate, which had come to him from someone in Alabama, all of which, apparently, was easily verified in the county courthouse in Birmingham. I will be passing all of that yummy along to my lawyer in Birmingham.
Meanwhile, my hoodoo spellcasting witch friend reacted to yesterday's schizoaffective disorder has many faces - further adventures in a crazy person's bible post at this website:
This paper (and at the webpage there is a place to download the whole paper to your computer).... speaks to the difficulty of getting entrenched scientific minds to consider non materialistic perspectives regarding consciousness. It also acknowledges the plight of earlier scientists who have harbored ideas, or even invented things (such as the stethoscope) ... their plight prior to acceptance.
When you consider how very long mystics have been reporting their experiences (like since the beginning of recorded history), and how little mystics are understood today, even by the church, and even though the church has "sainted" several mystics from centuries ago..... what can one expect of the average man or woman who has never experienced any sort of anomalous experience.... OR if they have, have relegated it to the trash pile labeled "Meaningless"?!?
I will also attempt to attach a copy of the pdf of this paper to this email.
Meaningless? That is a kind label compared to what all I've heard tossed at just me.
I seriously doubt human science will ever wrap its mind around what it cannot fathom, much less see, hear or sense.
The Spanish Inquisition locked up a small Carmelite monk because he was making his way to God outside church dogma, and starved him to death. Centuries later, the Vatican concluded the Inquisition had murdered a saint. Today he is known as John of the Cross.
In my sleep in early 2001, what I had come to call "The Voice" told me in my sleep, "With respect to St. John of the Cross you haven't seen anything yet." Then, I was awash in pure, raw, terrifying, black EVIL. I awoke gagging, desperately struggling to get it off of me, even as my ego was inflated to the size of Jupiter to have been told such a thing as that.
I came to understand, in stages, the degree of the EVIL I would experience, be engulfed by, awash in, as part of living out what "The Voice" told me that night.
I found many people having experiences with other realms before and after that experience. I found maybe three people having somewhat close to what I was experiencing. You introduced me to one, who was not there, nor close, when the angels brought her along at "light speed." Another was my Jewish friend Richard. The third is Young Prophet.
There is no way to imagine what those three and I experienced, without having similar experiences.
I could teach all sort of things, but I have found even people searching don't really want to have similar experiences. Can't say I blame them.
This article you sent way too "scientific", or "academic", to drag me through it. And, my battery on this laptop is running low. I will look at the article again tomorrow. The author seems to have had very real other realm experiences. I wonder if she met the DEVIL along the way?
Ze witch, she wrote:
If you want a real heehaw Sloan, Google modern day mystics and most of what comes up are channelers of alien entities..... such as JZ Knight .... no wonder mundanes don't understand mysticism at all.
And she sent:
Not live, but I love the guitar work on this one
And the lyrics:
I replied this morning:
Karma is inexorable, like Proud Mary, she just keeps on rollin', rollin', rollin'.
I keep thinking of comparing thems who ain't having experiences with other realms with the story I doubt is true, but the point works for me, of when white men first came to the Americas in their sailing ships, the real Americans couldn't see the ships because they had never seen a ship before and their minds did not register what their eyes were seeing in plain view.
My dreams were all over everywhere last night. I wasn't able to get much of a sense of what any of them were trying to tell me. Then, Young Prophet came to me in a dream in which I had snuck into a what seemed to be a boarding house, which seemed to have space for me. I told him I'd been there 40 minutes. I asked if he thought there was room for me? I could pay the rent. He said, perhaps, but was I prepared to sleep with animals? The dream ended.
In my spirit code, 4 represents politics.
Young Prophet had told me recently that he was told by "his angels" (Gabriel and Kamael) that Naja and Arnaud Girard were trying to draw me into something regarding homelessness and were hoping I would side with them.
That caused me to check out their every Friday online newspaper this morning, Key West the Newspaper (thebluepaper.com), where I saw the "carnage" had continued under this past Friday's lead piece. Just naturally, I dove in. Again.
You can read 'bout all of dat in today's post at the town fool's website.
Naja and Arnaud Girard
You can open the link below and see all reader comments and blue paper editor Naja's responses and interactions - extensive.
Below the video are my comments and Naja and Dickford Cohn's not entirely love bird rejoinders. My first comment was previously reported at this website, stirred Naja and Dickford Cohn's comments. Naja is a lawyer in lay clothing. Dickford is non-practicing lawyer. I don't know what that makes me. How about ex-lawyer who disbarred himself, even though I told someone yesterday that I have been practicing law in Key West and the Florida Keys since I arrived here in late 2000. Human law, spirit law, was what I had in mind.