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Re: A Theory

Posted: Wed Aug 25, 2021 10:30 am
by Fenton
Choices. Individual choices. The choices we each make.
Actions have consequences. The result of choice is consequence.

She tells me that the role I play in this irony-laden tradegy is different to that which I had assumed. That in fact, for a long while, she mislead me. That the deception is par for the course - to lead me toward where I must be led.
I understand and accept this. It is the nature of reality.

The Observer. An experiential arm of that which she can never know, otherwise.

I am now truly free.

Re: A Theory

Posted: Wed Sep 01, 2021 12:16 am
by Fenton
She explained the truth about the concept of 'Messiah'.

Actually, she began by posing a question - how does a Messiah become a Messiah?
It got me thinking.
She filled in the blanks.

The concept of Messiah was left to us by the StarCiv, recorded by the survivors - the many disparate stragglers - as one of their own.

The StarCiv had a Messiah, at the dawn of their civilisation. This Messiah united them all under one humanity. It doesn't matter what his or her name was, the concept was strong enough to make it through the cataclysm and be passed to us.

What elevates a human being to the level of Messiah? What set of circumstances could come to pass that would produce a love for another human being that you have never met, probably having only heard of their teachings?
Something that generates a feeling which transcends love, into reverence?

A feeling born of guilt.
A love and reverence, born of guilt.

The Messiah - the original, one and only of the StarCiv - was born a Seer.
To see that which others do not see.
The Messiah, who inadverantly founded what was to become the StarCiv, saw the truth of this reality.

The Messiah spread the word of truth.

And The Messiah was hated for it. Hated. The Messiah spoke truth - and was reviled by all of humanity.

The Messiah was killed by all of those that hated. Everyone.

But there are some truths that cannot be denied. A truth that gnaws at the mind, always there, ready to resurface at any given moment.
An undeniable truth. A truth that, eventually, must be faced.

And once humanity had come to terms with that truth - a truth that The Messiah had so startlingly exposed - then came the guilt.

They had collectively taken the life of The Messiah. Their Messiah. The most honest, loving and truthful human being that has ever existed.

This is the moment that love transcends into reverence.

This defining moment forged The StarCiv into the people that they became - uniting them, as one - to achieve the staggering, selfless feats that they left for us.

Re: A Theory

Posted: Tue Sep 28, 2021 2:00 am
by Fenton
I've been thinking about this for a long time. My whole life, in fact. Funny thing is, I didn't know I was thinking about it, until I saw the stars in 2019, then all of the pieces began to fall into place - to slowly make sense.

And then, all of a sudden, it was crystalised.

Someone has to tell us all - explain to us - why we are like we are. It's the only way we can evolve back to that which we have been.

Believe me, you can come to terms with it, no matter how terrible it might sound. I know this, because I have. And as strange as it may sound, I have always considered myself a most average person. So, I reason that if I can come to terms with it, so can anyone.

I mean, don't get me wrong, there are still pangs of fright when I think about what it all means. But by goodness, it has certainly helped to clarify my mind - and shape the outline of what needs to be done.

Or rather, the potential of what needs to be done.

We have a choice to make.

We can continue as we are - without a change of mind - into a near and long-term future that looks - as far as I can see - bleak for us as a species. I have yet to see, read or hear of anyone alive today that convinces me otherwise. I am waiting, longingly, for that moment to arrive, believe me. It has become a forlorn hope, onto which I cling.

Or alternatively, we can acknowledge who we are, why we do what we do, why we are the way we are. To follow this path would require every person alive to wholeheartedly accept and agree that this is the only option that we must follow for a better future.
What are the chances of that? Roughly 7 or 8 billion to one?

On the odd occasion that I partake, I'm a fan of backing the rank outsider.

We'll see.

She tells me that Fate is the point in time that is always reached, by whichever route is the most attracted to it. Fate pulls our future toward us, seeking a path that encompasses every possibility, yet passing through only one, at every stage. That every story is written, yet we live within every moment of it, experiencing that which unfolds before us. That we are each unique, yet capable of being one, as a whole.
That it is always our choice, to believe it - or not.

Re: A Theory

Posted: Thu Sep 30, 2021 3:15 pm
by Fenton
I just noticed that Youtube have added adverts to my videos. I am not receiving any money from these ads, incidentally. I am moving house in the next few days, so I am too occupied to remove them this week - I will close the youtube account and move the vids to another provider next week.
I'll let you know - on this thread - where I move the vids to, i.e. which provider.

Re: A Theory

Posted: Thu Nov 11, 2021 8:28 am
by Fenton
Make no mistake, the stars have occupied my mind solidly for the last three years.
First, to know how they lived - and the mindset that allowed them to live that way.
Second, to see how we, as a global human society, have covered up their existence and
Third - to consider: what if we allowed ourselves to see the truth?

The third consideration has been the most taxing and has taken the greatest toll. But, as a believer in fate, I bear no resentment. It is what it is - we each walk our own path. Mine was a path, if I did but know it, to a truth - a truth that I had no idea I was seeking - yet it was found. it is a profoundly beautiful truth, but at the same time, a profoundly terrifying one. Such is the reality we live in - and the reality that you and I are born into. For a reason. It's a matter of finding that reason - if you know to seek it, or (somehow) be lucky enough to stumble upon it.

We - the collective minds that exist today - are in no way able to acknowledge the truth about our heritage and the people that came before us.

This is evident all around us. Open your eyes and look. We prefer the comfort of fantasy, which dominates our lives.
It is our choice to live this way.
This is not a sneering indictment of who we are - it is a simple observation.
It is the reason why we collectively make war, why we collectively poison ourselves and why we are collectively the way we are.

To deny one immutable truth leads to the propogation of innumerable untruths.

But, ultimately, who the hell am I to tell anyone any different, from that in which they believe? In a world of fantasy people leading fantasy lives, who wants truth? Especially when that truth will force change that no one - living in their fantasy world - wants? When they crave the idea of something better, but are unwilling to pay a price for change?

It is a conundrum with no answer. Irony at it's absolute finest.

I sincerely wish that you find the truth you are seeking -


Re: A Theory

Posted: Tue Nov 16, 2021 7:15 pm
by Realm Sensor
The deliberate brain washing thru controlling "education" created our current mindset. It is people like you and many others who have helped us see thru this massive lie

I hope you continue to help us seekers almost sounded like your ready to call it quits :o

Thx for your time

Re: A Theory

Posted: Sat Nov 27, 2021 11:21 am
by Fenton
As I have attested to - briefly - before, there is an unackowledged phenomenon at work amongst the vast majority of the human species.

When I was a child, some 50 years ago, there were stories - anecdotes, if you like - that attempted to ingrain a basic set of cognitive functions into our societal young. I have no idea if these anecdotes are taught to our children these days. One of these anecdotes is 'the emperors new clothes'. If you haven't heard of it, look it up to understand the concept.

We have been devolving as a species for the last couple of hundred years - when measured against the high point of the starciv.
We have very recently headed into a period of new lows.

Billions of human beings have clamoured to receive an injection of unproven, experimental serum into their body, in the name of 'doing the right thing'. They have no idea what is in the serum - literally. Many have encouraged their children to follow suit.
These people are now fully invested in the belief that they 'did the right thing'. They will vehemently defend - and justify to themselves - that they are correct and that anyone who hasn't followed the path which they chose to believe is selfish, uncaring or insane.

Anyone who challenges this self-imposed group-think is a bad person - and must be silenced. The unheard.

I observe, watching this unfold, powerless to intervene. It is their fate. It is our fate.

Is it any wonder that there is little appetite to know our real history?

Re: A Theory

Posted: Sun Nov 28, 2021 4:27 am
by Realm Sensor
I sometimes fantasize that our suns energy is capable of transforming "human nature" and is responsible for some of the societal changes that have occurred over time, for better or worse...Naturally I wonder if the "spraying" is an attempt to prevent the much needed upgrade our species desperately needs.

One of my main areas of research at the moment is on ....bricks..... I found some really cool antique bricks on a property I visit often.

I look forward to your musings, peace

Re: A Theory

Posted: Mon Nov 29, 2021 6:55 pm
by Realm Sensor
"they also - as if they didn't have enough to do, already - left us a fantastic set of building blocks to give us the best start, post-event, possible. I believe this act was planned for, as well."

Could you elaborate on this.
I come from the Midwestern USA, farm country, field country.
One batch of bricks I came upon are referred to as Chicago pinks the other are called cream city.
The StarCiv must have had local brick factories operating 24/7 non stop all over the world.

Re: A Theory

Posted: Mon Nov 29, 2021 7:47 pm
by Fenton
And, another thing.

There is only one certainty in this life - and that is - that at some point in the future, we will die.

Now, what kind of mentality does it take, to make the only certainty in this reality into a terrible, horrible thing? Something to be petrified of?

To then promote that it is an end to everything you are. That there is nothing after death. Everything ceases.

What kind of group-mentality would accept that as a fact, given that scientifically-speaking, we know nothing about what occurs to our minds or 'essence' after death? Nothing.

Why have we opted for the depressive, fearful option - rather than a more uplifting, positive alternative?

It is becoming clearer, day by day.