Wednesday 11 December 2019


Professor Kater Murch, at Washington University, has found that by knowing the future outcome of a particle, its state in the past is altered.

Olive Farmer 10 December 2019 at 11:43

Our human story, our journey, is a thing of great sadness.

It is a story of a species in the hands of a force of Evil that controls our actions and our interactions at every level in every way.

Hierarchy, money, faiths, laws, governance derive from this Evil and shape our human society in its wicked image.

We, our human species, live in an utterly false and inhuman reality.

Something better awaits us.

Where has it come from, this Evil?

Not from the meek, not from the dutiful, not from the normal, not from the children we once were long ago before we were assaulted by fear, but from a small number of creatures that have dominated our world for centuries and whose actions can only be termed 'inhuman'.


Anon 10 December 2019 at 22:27

"Where has it come from, this Evil?"

Heaven and Hell come from inside each and every individual?

To get Heaven, we tune out of the selfish self and tune in to the Divine within us?

Are lots of people attracted by sadism?

"Fifty Shades Of Grey captured the imaginations of so many readers that it has been named the bestselling book of the decade.

"The trilogy by EL James took first, second and third place in a list of the UK's top 50 most popular books of the 2010s.

"The series, which was made into a successful film franchise and which charts the raunchy relationship between businessman Christian Grey and protagonist Anastasia Steele, sold 11.2million copies in total."

"People loved the darkness more than the light."


In the ideal game of golf, you are not struck by lightning, and, you do not get a hole in one at every hole.

The Taoist idea of yin-yang suggests that if your mind can think of 'good', it can also think of 'evil'.

However, if you are in tune with the TAO (the holy spirit), and thus avoid all extremes, all is well.

Hinduism and Buddhism (and Christian Science) suggest that by applying mind over matter, suffering can disappear.


Apparently, the Jesus story got somewhat altered.

Apparently, the crucifiction story got added.

"The earliest of the manuscripts of the New Testament which are still in existence, do not date back beyond the middle of the fourth century AD."

(Catholic Encyclopedia, op. cit., pp. 656-7).

The World's oldest Bible is the Sinai Bible.

"When the New Testament in the Sinai Bible is compared with a modern-day New Testament, a staggering 14,800 editorial alterations can be identified."


The real Jesus reportedly taught that if we want to achieve bliss, we should tune in to the Holy Spirit, love our enemies, see our own faults before we see the faults of others, heal the sick, feed the hungry and treat our fellow citizens as our brothers.

A lot of the stories in the Old Testament, such as the Adam and Eve story, are borrowed from the Sumerians.


"In dreams you create entire worlds, environments, situations, and even other people.

"You interact and converse, create conflict and resolutions, get emotional and involved..."

In the parable about the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve created problems for themselves.

Adam and Eve were fine, so long as they were tuned in to the Divine.

When they decided to do their own thing, they had problems.

Lyndon Nadel writes:

Our brains offer us the opportunity to choose the destiny that we witness.

We pick and choose every moment, which dimension we head down in our finite lives.

You are chosing between the events you wish to witness in this life.

Because every senario has has a different ending, and every moment leads to a different dimension...


Professor Kater Murch (above) has found that by knowing the future of a cat, its life in the past is altered.

Professor Kater Murch, at Washington University, has found that by knowing the future outcome of a particle, its state in the past is altered.

Things are made out of tiny 'particles'.

According to the scientists, when you come a cross a 'particle' it does not have a 'fixed state' - until your mind decides what its 'fixed state' will be.

In other words, if you come across Mr Schrödinger's cat lying very still on the grass, the cat is neither dead nor alive - until your mind decides what its 'fixed state' will be.

Let us imagine that you have a very strong feeling that the cat will be alive and well next year.

Then the cat is currently not dead.

The future has affected the present.

Christians believe that things go better when you tune into the Holy Spirit.

The Taoists would call the Holy Spirit the Tao.

When you are tuned in, the cat is not dead.

What are the essentials of Taoism?

Some Taoists and Christians and others believe that bliss can be achieved when:

1. You believe that, when tuned in to the Heaven within you, life works out for the best.

2. You are compassionate

3. You are moderate (Avoid extremes)

4. You are humble (The selfish ego is switched off)

4. Everything is in balance

5. Being tuned into the Holy Spirit or the Tao or whatever you want to call it, you go with the flow (You are not battling against the Holy Spirit or Tau)

6. You avoid the use of force; you avoid pitting your will against the universe.

Eventually the cat will die, but it will continue in the Spirit.


Jesus found the healed man in the temple and said to him, "Sin no more, so that nothing worse may happen to you."

The England football team's former coach Glen Hoddle once argued that disabled people are disabled because of events in a previous life.

Hoddle - disabled

Jesus healed a blind man.

Jesus's disciples asked him, "Who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?"

"Neither this man nor his parents sinned," said Jesus.

Jesus did not condemn the woman caught in adultery, but he instructed her to sin no more.

K'tut Tantri (1898–1997), born Muriel Stuart Walker, was a Scottish American woman who claims that she was tortured by the Japanese while living in Japanese occupied Indonesia.

K'tut Tantri believed that in a previous life she had been a torturer.

"Each lifetime has a focus, a purpose and affords a soul a variety of lessons... 

"When the lessons are learned, and sometimes they are not, the soul moves onto the next level of awareness and continues until it can grow enough to leave the cycle of reincarnation."

Thirty years ago, German doctor Rüdiger Dahlke and German psychotherapist Thorwald Dethlefsen wrote a book called The Healing Power of Illness.

The book argued that sick people aren't just innocent victims of disease but are responsible for the illnesses they take on.

Dahlke says: "We have to get to know what that disease means in our lives, what it wants to tell us. A disease presents a task and when we perform the task, we heal the body."


Can we change 'reality'?

The video below suggests that we can.


Anonymous left the following comment on the post "THE MEANING OF LIFE":

It seems people are catching-up with the “Block Theory” of our current state?


Considering that we, and everything, is really 'space', at the nucleic-level, and doesn't exist until it's observed, there are many paradoxes?

Even then the physical nucleic ‘structure’ apparently vibrates, so there would be many frequencies that if not in-phase, would generate many ‘universes’ to ‘phase’ in and out of?

I never really understood Mouni Sadhu’s comment, “As I sit here outside of time, [in the ‘Now,’] looking at my watch...” until recently when many sources ‘re-found’ the ‘Now’ concept.

To be totally present in the now, devoid of thought, it’s postulated earthly-time ceases?

This makes me wonder at Tolle...

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At 12 December 2019 at 03:11 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

The question of reconciling how there is evil, despite powerful 'good' divinity - the theological problem called 'theodicy' - is indeed a big one

It troubles people greatly, with some tempted to the conclusion there is no over-arching good divinity, because innocent creatures sometimes suffer so terribly

From the south / east Asian point of view, as suggested above, we see some helpful notions that explain at least partly

One thing is that, the fight against evil, and the fight to relieve suffering, give the opportunity for goodness, bravery and so on ... the divine can show itself

Also, divinity sponsors freedom, and freedom results in sometimes-bad choices

And maybe the 'demons' who appear to be running things, are themselves a kind of collective creation, of all the flawed egotism of so many beings in past present and future

Faith can be seen as the idea that the good wins in the end, evil is overcome and erased and nullified, all wounds are healed ... the truth of that able to be felt in a few moments, once you have developed a technique through meditation etc


50 shades of grey etc, may be over the top, but there is something going on there that is also maybe not so pernicious

One of the related sexual phrases is 'power exchange', referring to a form of play ... channeling both the desire for power, and the desire of submission to another, working through these emotions in a 'game' which yet touches deeply

If there is ultimate respect for the other person in the 'playing', it apparently can be therapeutic, and there is less desire for 'real' psychopathic sadism in life


Good luck Britain today

At 12 December 2019 at 05:15 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"'Have you been busy?'

"'Reeaally busy.'

"Edinburgh North and Leith always has a big turnout but this seems moreso."

At 12 December 2019 at 05:15 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The book about healing is where Louise Hay, the great new age scam artist, got (stole) her information. The info they push, that we are "responsible" for all problems and diseases, is very victim blaming. It relieves you from having to help other people, because they brought it upon themselves, they kind of "deserve" it. I think that is kind of sick.

At 12 December 2019 at 05:16 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"Never had to queue as long to vote today! ..."

At 12 December 2019 at 05:18 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"Had to queue to vote for first time in my life. Polling station in Cardiff North heaving ..."

At 12 December 2019 at 05:20 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"Vote is cast. Never had to queue up for my ballot paper before- and way more younger people than I've seen on a election day #OxfordEast ..."

At 12 December 2019 at 07:20 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You truther Nuns sure do like promoting gnostic fables?

At 12 December 2019 at 15:26 , Blogger Unknown said...

Liking this work , as its what I have been , looking into , most religions were created as a form of control , in this video it explains , about the cristos oil as jesus

all can be spiritual and believe in the divine , the holy spirit + the christ within

but we will never be one ,if we adhear to religous dogma that divides us ,

At 13 December 2019 at 02:30 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great thought-provoking article as always. And massive credit for posting relevant and interesting content so consistently.

With regard to your question: Where does Evil come from?

Well, we might not know from whence Evil came, but I think we all know where it is going after this pantomime election...

At 13 December 2019 at 14:34 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"from a small number of creatures that have dominated our world for centuries and whose actions can only be termed 'inhuman'."

Thank you Aanir ! Great sentence above, i fully agree with it.

And how evil can be that influeantial, if God's all powerful ?

Very simply : there is a free will in this world, without it we will be no more than this is NOT God's fault neither curse upon us : we are bind by our karma, actions and reactions.

Evil only LOOKS this powerful, it is very expert in creating illusion, maya ( in sanskit ), matrix. It is not powerful, it only imitates God...

Better than fruitless speculations, read the Vedic texts. Light and wisdom is there always : for example Bhagavad Gita as it is.

Greetings from France,

At 15 December 2019 at 18:27 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Evil derives from scarcity when we want what the other has. This scarcity leads us to steal, lie, kill etc.


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