“Astute Matrix Avatars”


“It is true that the open conspiracy to suppress free-energy technology keeps us endlessly messing about with money, oil and violence. The private sequestering of earth’s resources and higher technology certainly keeps the human termite mound scurrying around, allowing precious little time for the real ascendant journey. The control system really would be bollocksed if we didn’t need to slave within its industrial machinery. No lack. No dependence. As material resources, technology, education, spirituality, freedom and creativity began to globally flourish once more, the population explosion would begin to correct itself and within a few centuries, humanity would be back on track, self-sustaining, conscious and harmonic…

For the moment, we are compelled to be astute matrix avatars, and that is the whole point of being here right now – to observe the projected shadow and it’s absurd control systems and constructs, and do our bit to dissolve it. In parallel, we can also treat this as an assault course; a unique opportunity to hone our spiritual vessel as we move through the rigors of this terrain. After all, if you can survive and thrive on earth in the 21st century – you can do just about anything.” ~Neil Kramer (So What?)

The Hollow Earth


“Admiral Byrd’s two flights over both Poles prove that there is a `strangeness’ about the shape of the Earth in both polar areas. Byrd flew to the North Pole, but did not stop there and turn back, but went for 1, 700 miles beyond it, and then retraced his course to his Arctic base (due to his gasoline supply running low). As progress was made beyond the Pole point, iceless land and lakes, mountains covered with trees, and even a monstrous animal, resembling the mammoth of antiquity, was seen moving through the underbrush; and all this was reported via radio by the plane occupants. For almost all of the 1,700 miles, the plane flew over land, mountains, trees, lakes and rivers.

What was this unknown land? Did Byrd, in traveling due north, enter into the hollow interior of the Earth through the north polar opening? Later Byrd’s expedition went to the South Pole and after passing it, went 2,300 miles beyond it…

At both poles exist unknown and vast land areas, not in the least uninhabitable, extending distances which can only be called tremendous because they encompass an area bigger than any known continental area! The North Pole Mystery Land seen [by] Byrd and his crew is at least l,700 miles across its traversed direction, and cannot be conceived to be merely a narrow strip. It is an area perhaps as large as the entire United States! In the case of the South Pole, the land traversed beyond the Pole included an area as big as North America plus the south polar continent…”

Underground Civilisations


“Could there really be vast open spaces within the Earth where advanced civilisations live? If we were visited in the ancient past, could they have hidden the evidence deep within these tunnels? Perhaps we have only scratched the surface of our planets underground mysteries, and maybe there is more, much more to be found.”

The Toltec Path of Freedom : Re-evaluating the Concept of Forgiveness


“What then is true forgiveness?

Only when we reach that point of clarity at which we can clearly see that every one who has ever played a role within our lives was there in order for us to have the experiences that have aided us in moving forward in terms of our learning about self, does it become possible for us also to see that no-one has ever done anything to us.

In other words, no matter how much we may have loved, or hated, or despised, or worshiped, or adored, or mistrusted, or doubted, any of the people within our lives, each and every one of them have been merely instruments of power that we, ourselves, have called forth for our learning.

And it is only once we have found the gifts of power within our experiences: not only the gifts that pertain to the mutual experiences, but even more importantly, the gifts that are uniquely our own as a result of the experiences, can we truly see that in terms of how we have orchestrated the unfoldment of our fate, there was simply no other way in which we could have learned, other than through the experiences which we, ourselves, have called forth…

[W]e are neither “good” nor “bad,” …we are simply warriors struggling to learn, warriors who at times falter, stumble and fall. But falling in itself does not make us bad! The only thing that makes us “bad” is failing to fight whenever we do fall down…

[W]hen finally we do accept ourselves without judgement, and without justification of the past, it is utterly impossible to “forgive” those who have helped us along our way, for the simple reason that there is nothing to forgive them for…” ~Theun Mares