Category: Reflections

Motivation, Inspiration or Reflection on various topics. These are personal views and interpretations. Philosophy is the search for understanding life and a way of asking questions. It is also an attitude! We’re all on the same path, wearing different shoes and every person has a way of seeing life or the world.

Reflecting on C. G. Jung and the journey through time


The pioneering mind often coins into words and phrases, concepts which we already have discovered in our subconscious, and hence we recognize the concept when it is expressed. One of the most peculiar things I discovered in my own search for meaning – and much of it is coded in my youtube rants – is when I realized that concepts linger in our minds, sometimes collectively, and … Continue reading

Magic of monotheism


Fighting for other people’s awareness is and has always been a waste of your energy and getting you into that has always been an agenda of the forces who rule, for it keeps you occupied and hanging out to dry. That’s why testifying is important. You state your mind – based on your values and not on your opinions – and then move on, focusing only on … Continue reading

Stalin – The greatest genocidal tyrant in history


Nikita Khrushchev held a speech in 1956 where he blamed Stalin for killing millions of people. He provided no documentation of the state and no proof of budget. Everyone believed him and all demogogues and populists and propaganda ghouls out there have since proudly declared Stalin as one of the greatest genocidal tyrants in history of the world. No state ever kills people without a budget and … Continue reading

A revision of The Seven Seals articles


When I had been given the revelations which opened up to me the meaning of the Seven Seals of the Apocalypse, I took my time to put them down in such a way that I could easily explain them to others. From the summer of 2012 until early 2014, I was still reflecting within myself on the scope of the seals and beginning to slowly appreciate their wisdom. … Continue reading

Democracy for the Brainwashed


Sometimes the “Self Evident” escapes our argument when we engage in a discourse about objects or concepts within the framework of our worldviews. Democracy in our world is the right way, we believe, but are we aware that it’s an umbrella concept? For example we know – presumably for a fact – that non-democratic regimes being tyrannical and we also know for presumable fact that anyone who doesn’t … Continue reading

How Freemasonry becomes your destroyer


When you join into an ideology, and you submit your spiritual reasoning to it, your intellectual reasoning will authorize it’s power over you. In effect, you will belong to it. That ideology can be anything, Humanism, Mysticism, Idolism, Judaism, Christianism, Islamism or Nirvanism. All other ideologies fit in one way or another within these Seven Congregations of Satanism; founded by Samael, an angel of light. The only … Continue reading

Islam a religion of Peace or War


I read somewhere that The U.N. is suggesting to put a ban on criticism of religions. Particularly this direction, if true, suggests a response to Muslim’s growing sensitivity for criticism on their religion. Personally I’m not buying into it, though melodramatic over-sensitivity seems to be ever growing in all corners of the globe. From my experience, from discussing religious matters with Muslims, it seems that Mainstream Media … Continue reading

Yehoshua son of Miriam – Jesus Christ – was a Roman Citizen


Neither the Sanhedrin nor King Herod, but only Pontius Pilate, could pass judgment over Yehoshua son of Miriam and Joseph. He had inherited Roman citizenship from his father, which was one of the reasons that they could travel freely within the Roman empire (on Roman roads). Notice that Yehoshua was sentenced for “claiming kingship” and not for blasphemy. If he had been a citizen of Judea or … Continue reading

The Evil of Adolf Hitler in his own words

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The following text is a translation of a speech Adolf Hitler gave to to German workers on December 10, 1940. By this time the WW2 had been raging for more than a year, English bombers had made ten illegal bombing raids on Civilan parts of Berlin, which resulted in German retaliation for a few weeks, often referred to as “The Blitz”. At the bottom of this page is … Continue reading

Jehovah’s Witnesses were right regarding 1975


Everyone has heard something about the infamous Christian religion of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Though many don’t know that they’re Christian but they are and they take it both seriously and literally. I belonged to that sectarian religion for a while and there is a reason why I don’t write much about it. I have never made it a secret. In fact you will find a mention of that … Continue reading

Threading an eye of the needle with a rope


Long time ago there was a prophet who said that it would be easier for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of the Heavens than for a Camel to go through the eye of the needle. Ever since people have taken his words out of context in our world of fear and hate. Take for example one of his most ferocious pupils Paul, when he wrote … Continue reading

Searching for the lost Ark of the Covenant


You already know that Democracy is a fraud. What I doubt that you know, is that there are at least seven forms of democracy. The reason that you don’t know this is simple. Imagine for a moment that Main media says Beef every time that it wants to sell you the notion. But you know that Beef is just a meat off a particular type of animal. … Continue reading

The true nature of Idolatry and mobile statues


An Idol is any idea or image within your mind – or in your environment and worldview – which you make valid by your actions and lifestyle. It robs you of the creative powers of your Soul and narrows your inner vision down to a two dimensional constraint; rendering you effectively powerless and void of meaning. This also applies to your image of God, as long as you … Continue reading

Being an Introvert or an Extrovert or a Bivert


It’s not uncommon that introverts are classified “highly sensitive person” and for good reason, because they are in a way more transparent on the surface. Therefore how they’re feeling and how their sensations affect them is often more exposed to others. As a consequence the extroverts are less classified or not at all, for their surface is more shielded and more polished and they seem at first … Continue reading

Satan created anti-semitism to deceive and hypnotise


Anti-semitism doesn’t exist and never has. Its concept and illusion is created exclusively by a mystical shadow entity to deceive you from connecting the hidden points of knowledge and understanding, to hinder you and confuse you. This is easy to prove but two points suffice; 1) Without the main media keeping anti-semitism afloat, noone would think of it. Out of sight, out of mind. 2) Arabs and Hebrews … Continue reading

Organized guerrilla armies and the great Jihad


In the weeks before Nato’s invasion of Iraq something happened in Iraq noone has told you about. Saddam knew that his army had no hope of withstanding the invasion but it wasn’t in his nature to give up too easily. You’ve been told that after Baghdad fell he hid himself like a squirrel in a hole in the ground; but you’re not told why he believed that … Continue reading

Remove the value of every concept, but not the meaning


You can take your New Information and shove it. I want to reinvestigate Old Information and then ostracize those who used it to lie to me. The word investigate means; find out what was hidden from sight. Then we can talk about something new. Do not for a minute believe that since 1955 the wars have something to do with landgains or resources. Not one of them … Continue reading

Monotheism versus Idolatry


The faith of Monotheism is a very ancient one and it is the purest form of faith you can find. It is transformative, clear, moving, and true. All of its prophets have advocated three foundations of faith. One and the most important is that there is only one supreme all powerful creator. Second that a person who approaches our creator and is open to him (or her) … Continue reading

Perceptions of expected reality


It isn’t about someone controlling you. It’s about your will. All conspiracy theorists are simply projecting their own anger and fear. They have deciphered an illusion, discovered a deception, and then they project onto it what some – supposedly evil – minds or entities must have had in mind or be having in mind. As I point out so often; you must go deeper into the labyrinth … Continue reading

The Soul creates the world, unknowingly


It’s no secret that I’m hooked on consciousness, and for a good reason for I found there an entire world, a far greater world than the hypnotized slice offers. What it is and how it is, I cannot divulge. Let’s just say that you have to map it out for yourself, and learn how to be the highwayman*. One aspect of what consciousness is – but not … Continue reading

A spiral of diverse perceptions


You hear much talk about consciousness, different kinds, expanding or higher or different or shifting and so forth. What you don’t hear so much that it’s all egotistical and none of it soulful. For there is only one human consciousness and it’s only a realm within a consciousness where everything that lives has a share. Ego tries to define subjects and label them but soul doesn’t need … Continue reading

Shaping and refining the mind of the masses


If you objectively observe modern culture, you’ll realize that you’ve been subliminally conditioned to place your own opinions first – which atomizes you – and secondly to find it – a bit – absurd to believe that invisible entities are present. All of us, even many Atheists, are interested in the existence of invisible entities. Usually if you suggest to an atheist that he has a guardian … Continue reading

A good name for The Sun


If “conscious aware” is a flow of the Soul and if the spark that created soul was purer than light itself, then beings are not confined to the material circumstances we’re made in – and from – but can in fact be in any realm of the Universe. In my opinion, the Universe does not have or contain life but is life itself, which makes us literally … Continue reading

Collective Unconscious creates the perceived world


The world is projected and created by our collective unconscious. For the Soul is a creative power. This is the reason that once the world was believed to be flat, it was, and this is why you cannot see beyond your limits. You are for example led to believe that science can perceive outside the scope of our atmosphere, but it doesn’t explain to you that its … Continue reading

Pain follows the path of awakening Soul


We are born in darkness and when we grow strong enough to explore the dark world we hear tales of light. As we begin to chase the false lights of many colors we become illusified and slowly, painfully become aware. We find the twilight where shadows and wraiths slow us down and deceive us and we begin to conjure our own lights of many colors. Until the day … Continue reading

Ignoring your village will kill you


I don’t mind that it is difficult for people to understand that the sun shines. I don’t mind that people find it difficult to connect dots if they have a lot of‪ ‎knowledge‬ from their educational years but know nothing about generating information. I mind when a teenager of modern times knows more today than Leonardo DaVinci knew, more than Christopher Columbus knew, more than William Shakespeare … Continue reading

Deception of the Vegan diet


It’s my firm belief that nature never intended us to be Vegans or Vegetarians. Else we’d not be Omnivores. Just like our dogs and cats are carnivores. We don’t even attempt to put them on vegetarian diet. The beauty of this attitude, as with all things of spiritual nature, is that as an omnivore you can be a vegetarian if you want, but your dog cannot. I have friends who are fierce Vegans … Continue reading

The Hebdo deception in Paris


The Industrial Ghetto was in turmoil for a few days after the murder of 12 individuals in Paris. Where is a list of their names? Amazingly few of us seem to notice that their assassins behaved as trained military operatives and acted in every way as professionals. First they shot some trained security guards who didn’t get to fire even one shot in defense. Then they raced … Continue reading

Sniper-shooting opinion pigeons


I hate war in all forms and I utterly despise anyone justifying any form of killing a human being for any cause, without exception. You cannot fight evil with evil, no matter how you look or sound; Evil is pro death. There is no difference between soldiers killing for God or Democracy or some patriotic propaganda; both are killing for an abstract idea, both believe that they … Continue reading

Condemning other people’s faith condemns the judge


There is much discussion in the world, secular and non-secular, saying that The Koran – or Qu’ran – condemns Jews and Christians. Some of the people who claim this even claim to have studied Islam to an extent. I for one know for a fact that no true prophet of The One God would dare to condemn other prophets, other scriptures or other faiths. A prophet is … Continue reading

The Anglo Saxon conspiracy will soon be evident


We who are subjects in western democracies have been made to believe that there is a UK-USA partnership when there isn’t one. Yet it might appear to be and for a very good reason. It is usually referred to as Anglo-American partnership. The Anglo-Saxon conspiracy is the suggestion that there exists a powerful elite in the United Kingdom and elsewhere working towards the demise of the American empire … Continue reading

Reflecting on Rudolf Steiner

This post is a note or memo, as I’m still researching Rudolf Steiner. Though while I’m on the task I wish to share a Youtube playlist of six talks with reflections on a series of lectures by Steiner in the early 20th century. I’m a bit awed, for some perceptions and insights I have been given in the early 21st century he seems to have been given … Continue reading

How the Jewish faith lost God’s favor


Before we go deeper into the subject I need to make two statements for clarity. The first is that I hate racism in any form. Second that I highly respect and admire the Hebrew or Jewish nation. I hope also that my reader noticed the careful choice of words in the title for this article. There is a great difference between Faith and Religion and there is also great … Continue reading

The Christians wage war on other faiths


The original message of Yehoshua son of Mary was to promote the same freedom and Inspiration as all true prophets before him and all true prophets after him. His core message, as with that of the others, is a simple two step method to find true personal inspiratin from Our Creator. 1). Open up a a personal inspired relationship. 2) Abolish idolatry. Each prophet teaches this insight … Continue reading

The western mainstream versus the Islam mainstream


There are reasons why the so called “Muslim world” is upset about the famed caricature and all of said reasons are inalid and condemn those who do the condemning. The main reason is because Mohammad strictly forbade any pictures of him because as a prophet he fought against idolatry. Therefore any picture of M. would upset any devout Muslim. But the moment the muslim decides to mock … Continue reading

The Feminine Spider and the Masculine Bee


It’s the nature of love that all partners will assume roles, the masculine and the feminine. This is not subject to gender identity. When the masculine role draws to the feminine something spectacular takes place. The masculine transforms into a worker bee drawn to a flower and the feminine transforms into a spider weaving a wonderful web invisible to bees. If both souls – assuming the traditional duo … Continue reading

Reflecting on John Trudell


This man was mentioned in God’s Will for a very good reason. For the view of the spiritual perception, his understanding and insight is profound. I discovered him by chance through someone else who loved his poetry and music. I borrowed a named “A.K.A. GRAFITTI MAN” and simply fell in love with the poetry, the music and the spiritual content, so much that I bought myself a copy … Continue reading

Reflecting on Jiddu Krishnamurti


I usually don’t like gurus, for so many of them simply quote what they have learnt from books, rehearsed and practiced until they sound perfect. But K – as he liked to be called – isn’t like them. He does what I do, but far better than I, to connect with infinity and let it speak. Another aspect I like about him, is that he doesn’t care … Continue reading

To find your voice you must leave normal behind


You live in a world wide culture denying God, even those who claim to believe that he exists rarely believe in him and don’t do real worship. Of course there are explanations, rules and many regulations, ideas and even doubts in your own mind;  insecurities and enigmas – about him or her or it. I was just the same. Until the summer of 2010 when I received the first inspiration. I had … Continue reading

Follow the drug money


There’s a lot to be said about drugs. I used to get a lung infection called bronchitis a couple of times every year for a few years. Doctors gave me prescriptions and told me that I would never get free from this. I was explained that because I’d had pneumonia as an infant and because I smoked that I’d always be vulnerable to the infection. I was … Continue reading

Gratitude embraces a graceful Universe


Universe likes gracefulness in you, because it is itself a graceful Universe. That’s why gratitude is more attractive than egocentric selfhisness. For the past 5000 years of human history we have believed in one God. The idea isn’t older than that. Yet human kind is 200.000 years old – approximately. This means that if human kind was only 100 years old, we would have believed in One … Continue reading

Sexy side to spiritual journey


There are many in the world, and in fact through history, that believe or feel that sex has no business with spirituality. Many religious institutions have influenced this attitude, amongst the most influential being the Christian churches. Rigid Christianity is not the only area where this has been practiced. Observe for example the Buddhist monks and nuns, or the denouncing of carnal pleasures by many Hindu’s. Many … Continue reading

The illusion of the Big Bang


I love science and believe the Big Bang theory; that in an instant the Universe sprang into existence in one immeasurable moment or less. Just like it says in the Bible that in the beginning there was darkness and God said “let there be light.” Today’s science has proved through the Quantum theory that the whole of Universe is literally made out of light, that light drives … Continue reading

Revealing the legacy of reptilians


Staying authentic isn’t easy in a world of shrouds. Yet I will tell you one bit of information not many have discovered. The gift of memory has nothing to do with your brain, nothing to do with your physical body at all. A radio receiver might believe that it knows what it receives on the channels but it doesn’t know it. Just like your mind receives insight … Continue reading

Islam and Christianity are troubled brothers


There is a prophecy that explains that the grand religions of Christianity and Islam will be slain by divine creed through the refusals of people adhering to their rule. These two grand religions are described as prophets, or servants, of God and that they have great power on earth while they rule. This is from the book of Revelations of the Holy Bible, chapter 11. It is … Continue reading

When love came to town the town was empty


Almost four thousand years ago two men who never met had a phenomenal idea. Noone had ever thought of this and it took more than two thousand years for the idea to spread. It is amazingly simple, yet for many so hard, and still transformational and moving once it takes hold. The two prophets were Zoroaster and Abraham. Both came from relatively the same area and in … Continue reading

Convergence of the nine realms


I’m awake now! But awake to what? What perception illuminates you today, might hypnotize you tomorrow. Remember that the devil is a Being of light, which has power over all seven realms, and can possibly traverse the remaining two. Yes there are nine realms of vibration or awareness. If that being could hypnotize and lead the angels, which know more than you and I know combined, and … Continue reading

How to boycott our home and harm Gaia


James Lovelock was the first scientist to notice that our culture was beginning to change the atmosphere. He has been a respected scientist and inventor for over sixty years. When he put together the Gaia Hypothesis he had been working with Nasa in a group with other scientists, among them being the world famous Carl Sagan. Nasa had assembled this group to study how likely it would … Continue reading

Don’t despair the young


At last I admit that I don’t belong anymore to the young. Though I’ve felt eighteen since eighteen, I’ve gradually grown. I love it when I come across messages from younger generation, saying and thinking about issues in much the same way I’d like to do if I were clever. Lucky enoug, the two videos I’ll post here speak for themselves.     Deluded Minds by Carys … Continue reading

Did we fly to the moon?

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Conspiracy theories are always important and popular. Most people consider them to be funny stories by lunatics. Others feel thay offer an important view of the times. Do we ask ourselves why conspiracy is so interesting? We might learn something about ourselves if we found find the answer to this question. Could it be that we expect most people to lie often or do we expect truth? … Continue reading

Seven incomplete mindsets


The man Yehoshua from Galilee was an inspired prophet, whose Guardian angel is known as Michael. He appeared within a world of rigid mindset. He successfully proved it void and was killed for it. Since then he has been turned into an idol. The worshippers of the idol are waiting for the same man to come back and give them redemption for not understanding his inspiration. When someone … Continue reading

The Angel of the Nirvana


When we turn to the last of the seven angels we find the hardest decipher. The Archangel makes it clear that he’s consider carefully his message and that he’s quite concerned. He praises the angel and then gives him a harsh and clear rebuke. This brings us to the mindset of the Eastern religions; Buddha, Tao, Confucius, Shinto, Hindu, or Angel of the Eastern mindsets. When we … Continue reading

The Angel of Islam’ism


The word Philadelphia is already famous in our history. The city where the American Republic was formed bears its name and this name is amazingly popular when naming Christian congregations and related sects. This brings us to the mindset of Islam, or the Angel of the Islam mindset. A mindset which at the time of prophecy was unknown. The word Philo is a Greek name for brotherly … Continue reading

The Angel of Humanism


I was tempted when glimpsing into the inspiration of the Seven Angels to put all of it differently. Then I understood that in order to read my own inspiration I had to read a bit of history of each city in order to read the inspiration of John. This brings us to the Mindset of Science and Atheism or Angel of Humanism. Sardis was an exceptional city … Continue reading

The Angel of Mysticism


At first when you read the history of Thyatria there doesn’t seem so much to see. It seems a small and innocent town and the message to be to a christian church of standing. Once you glean between the lines and delve deeper there awaits a plethora of spirutal gems. This brings us to Mindset of Mysticism, folklore and shallow entertainment, or The Angel of Mysticism. We … Continue reading

The Angel of Idolatry


The city of Pergamos is of special interest to me and for the unlikeliest of reasons. The city was a place of political turmoil and shifting winds through out its history in Roman times and even in Greek times. This brings us to the mindset of Politics, Compromise and the Current interests in economy and power, or the Angel of idolatry. The politics of the city were not … Continue reading

The Angel of Judaism


In Smyrna was for a long time a stronghold of Hebraism which after 70 CE became known as Judaism. The city was excellently located for travel and people from the twelve tribes of Israel found it conventient to establish base for trade  and communication. This brings us to the mindset of Judaic or Hebraic and Zionist worldview or the Angel of the mindset of Judaism. As time evolved … Continue reading

The Angel of Christianity


The city of Ephesus is the most famous of the seven  cities or churches mentioned in the Revelation of John or The Book of Apocalypse. The city was originally Greek but later it became a center of Roman power and culture. This brings us the mindset of the Christian religions or the Angel of Christianity. As such it was renowned for religious and philosophical activities. In one … Continue reading

The Seven churches in Asia


Once I received the inspiration, or perhaps it was a revelation, that the Seven Seals of the lamb had already been opened and that the second coming of The Christ had already dawned; like a thief in the night. I have already written down and explained what this revelation meant and shown how the seven seals represent seven breathtaking events flowing into our history and transforming our … Continue reading

World of Perceptions


The human brain is one of the most useful tool ever invented – or inspired – by the Universe, or by the Universal soul. It can comprehend anything it puts its mind to. You can imagine within your mind how the Universe looks from the outside and you can imagine and perceive what the infinite was like before the Universe ignited. The only limit to your mind … Continue reading

The Seal of the Networked technology


In the year of 1969 man landed on the moon. Some people believe it to have been an expensive hoax but it doesn’t matter. We landed on the moon as far as most of humanity believes and it transformed completely our view of the world. The same year something extraordinary took place but it escaped almost everyone. Yet it transformed our worldview no less and perhaps even … Continue reading

The Seal of secular Israel


Almost four thousand years ago, the nation of the Hebrews where slaves in Egypt. Today we know these people under the name of Jews. Originally there where twelve tribes composing the nation of the Hebrews of which the Jews – or the sons of Juda – where the twelfth. Five centuries later these brave people had miraculously escaped their prison camps and formed the state of Israel … Continue reading

The Seal of Spiritual awakening


In the sixties the philosopher Alan Watts began radiocasting his ideas about philosophy, ideology, spirituality, religion and life. He was an English scholar of religions, well spoken with a beautiful and clear accent in English often spraying his language with a hint of sarcasm. For a while he held weekly talks on radio discussing various topics. Though he touched on many subjects let us simplify and refer … Continue reading

The Seal of Gene Roddenberry


Four years before man’s first flight to the moon we had already begun exploring the galaxy with Gene Roddenberry. We had taken off to boldly go where no man had gone before, to explore new civilizations and frontiers of the mind. Star Trek was a brainchild of a man who until then was almost unknown. He had fought in Vietnam and been a police officer; he hardly … Continue reading

The Seal of the Moon landings


The Universe is a big place and simultaneously filled with wonder and emptiness. We know that our planet is a round sphere – like a basketball – and that most heavenly bodies are the same. Well, not all rocks in space are round but most of them are. For thousands – if not millions – of years the human being perceived himself as the master of the … Continue reading

The Seal of the Television


By the end of the nineteenth century, the first schemas for a television had already been devised and some scientists were already working on patents for what we know today as The Television. As early as 1908 the first results were emerging from attempts to build such devices, simultaneously there was work underway to build transmitting stations and reception devices. Two decades later many companies around the … Continue reading

The Seal of the Rock Opera


One of the seven seals of the Apocalypse is the rock opera “Jesus Christ Superstar”. How can that be? It’s just a rock opera, and it is made in our times, and almost everyone feels that great events of faith are long past. But what is the value of your faith if it is long dead? For centuries the last book of The Bible has inspired much … Continue reading

Spiralling lights


Man changes and uses his ideologies to either explain his inaction or action. From time to time different explanations arise. Once it was Hell and the Spanish Inquisition, then it was the hunt for Nazi war criminals, now it is the factions for or against The New World Order. Nothing changes in this respect. Human beings will define factions and definitions and vortexes of the mind, simplified … Continue reading

Heretic in secular Jungism


Carl Gustav Jung was a pioneer of modern psychology. He was a contemporary of Sigmund Freud who began his pioneering work earlier but for a while they were great friends and collaborators. Freud was nineteen years older and had already made thoughtful and illuminating breakthroughs in exploring the human psyche when they met. Both of them made great progress in mapping the psyche – if one could … Continue reading

Powerful mindset


It is already suspected that in the Universe is a dark matter, sometimes called antimatter. It is sometimes estimated to be 23% of the mass of the universe, sometimes 46%. Thousands of scientists are working on this mysterious matter – or energy – every day. There are abundance of hints about this phenomen all through history of human kind. Some of those hints suggest that the culture … Continue reading

Meditative stance or practice meditation


Three decades ago I decided to learn meditation. I read about two or three methods, and quickly mastered them in solitude. It’s easy when you’re a dreamer to go get a grip on meditation. Then just as quickly I threw them out. If you go deep into powerful meditation you will awaken forces in your mind which your perception and awareness must be a able to handle, … Continue reading

Re-Forging Gandhi’s Satyagraha


To me and perhaps to most people Gandhi is an icon of something beautiful; aestethic and wise. Of course this can be the case when a person has been put on a pedestal for a won cause of the past. Where the cause has become two dimensional and flat, and the person only a symbol for the cause. In Gandhi’s case most of us know precisely two … Continue reading

Constipating on fresh ideas


One thing I’ve always liked about gayism* is that it means everyone. What can be harder for a person than coming out of a closet? A boy who falls in love with boys, or a girl who falls in love with girls. Much less other gender issues, as we know that approximately 15% of people – 3 out of every 20 – fall into these categories. Perhaps … Continue reading

Jungean or spiritual projection


The first time I  heard the song I was in love with someone I used to know. I was listening to a record I had borrowed somewhere. And something clicked. At first I didn’t think about it. Then came a time I wasn’t in love anymore and didn’t listen to the song while the memory was fading. For every time I heard the song, the awareness of … Continue reading

Super Califragilistic Expialidocious


In one of my recent posts I mention racism; one of the ugliest notions in the collective of the human psyche. I have always felt distaste for racism in any form, not only because of the evil nature of it but also for how idiotic it is. No intelligent person can in his or her right mind be a racist. Yet I could name you some very … Continue reading

The art of time


When you develop the creative side of you there will be a few things about yourself which you’ll discover. First is that you cannot create anything new unless you have some material to work with. First is expression; be it tone, color and form, movement, speech or writing. Expression is training, exercise, training, failing, mistaking, failing, stumbling upon the right medium and slowly carving and shaping your … Continue reading

Your path, your destiny


When you look back on your life, particularly when you approach the term “middle age” and onwards, you will begin to see a pattern, and the pattern will make sense to you. You won’t like some of the lamp posts that were on the path and you won’t like some of the turns you took. You will dislike absolutely some of the people you have met, but … Continue reading

The real conspiracy


There is no conspiracy behind this Conspiracy theory. There are no evil people out to get you and fool you.  There are people who control your ideas and society because you, the public believe their systems and ideas. There are also people in control because you don’t want to be responsible and you don’t want to make a stand for what you believe in. Therefore the ones who … Continue reading

Spiritual space travel


I have long been of the opinion that our civilization, which is between six and seven thousand years old can be generalized as the Egyptian era. The manuscript of my book Logostal* attempts to explain this logically and spiritually, using the Bible as the cornerstone of my reasoning. As of now it is still in Icelandic but I promise to make an English version as soon as … Continue reading

Facebook limits me


I don’t like Facebook anymore. But I like to stay connected with news, updates and chat with friends, that’s the only reason I stay. Also because I like to share what I write with my few readers. For someone like me, who writes stuff which few would find interesting and even fewer understand, and still fewer agreeing with, every reader is precious. Anyway, as soon as I … Continue reading

The whore of Babylon


When I first studied The Bible concept of “The Whore of Babylon”, it disturbed me a bit. I was taught that this concept referred to all the religions and the logic which was used to explain it made sense, but something didn’t add up. The classic explanation of this concept is like this: The religions of the world play a dangerous game with the devil, deceiving people … Continue reading

Open creativity in secret


We are so used to our reality that from day to day we forget what reality is. We consider houses, cars and objects to be reality, and we are right. We also consider nature around us, and the planet to be reality and again we are right. Any object we can touch and measure has to be real. Objectively this seems irrefutable, but it isn’t true. Whatever … Continue reading

The darkness that binds us


I recently came across an image on the Web picturing the all seeing eye of Sauron, from The Lord of the Rings, positioned on top of The White House in Washington. My first reaction was a smile, followed by a nod, and then recognition. Anyone knows what this means. United States of America is currently the most powerful world empire of today. This is not to say … Continue reading

The seven deadly sins


A prominent religious dogma has used the seven deadly sins for centuries to control people. All these seven sins are of course grave things by themselves, but they are not sins. As God revealed to me and is recorded in “God’s Will” there is only one sin. That sin can even be forgiven to you. This might contradict some of the ideas you’ve been taught. Especially it … Continue reading

Using more of your mind


I have often heard people say something like “humans only use about 10% of their minds” and often it’s hinted that we might be able to use more of it. I don’t really agree, yet I find the question fascinating. Can we use more of our minds? Was the great prophet Jesus able to use more of his mind than we do? If he did, what was … Continue reading

Personal connection with God


When I was nineteen years old I was already searching for God. I had asked numerous questions and followed every answer through. I did not know the path in front of me and fortunately so as I would probably have been dismayed. One fine evening, very late as I was already in bed, I was reading some religious material and began thinking about prayers. I realized that … Continue reading

The Seven Seals of Apocalypse


In the Book of the Apocalypse there are many prophecies and most of them difficult to translate. One of the most famous is the seven signs to the seven congregations. As with all prophecies of the Bible, they are a riddle within a riddle. Many have written about this subject, and for two thousand years there have been many prophets and preachers who claim to have solved … Continue reading

The new time is now


As already stated in “God’s Will” verse 26, the end of the world has already passed. The end of the world began with the first engines of the industrial revolution and ended with the manned landing on the moon. Other signs occured at that time. For a decade and a half two powerful nations, representing less than a tenth of the world population – or human capability … Continue reading

From God, To You


Recently I saw a film called The Captains. It’s a film by William Shatner where he interviews other actors. These actors had – like him – been cast in the roles of various captains in Star Trek. Star Trek is a very popular sitcom or television series, divided into different venues or timelines in a fictionary space story. At first glance Star Trek can be seen as … Continue reading

Self motivation


Our world is like a small angry child with a hand grenade. I don’t want the child to blow itself and us to pieces. Humanity has so much technology, so much biology information, so much knowledge. But we are using all of it to create anger, hatred, bitterness, and wars. This can only change if we transform our attitude. Our time is different than 50 years a … Continue reading

The Desert

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This is the world-insanity test You know that the world is insane and that you’re sane by this test: That you’re doing certain things, and everyone believes that you’re insane, and yet by that very judgement you know that they’re insane but you’re not bothered to explain it to anyone. In fact, you continue doing what appears to be insane for the simple reason that in the … Continue reading

Process of positive willpower


A simple process for dynamic living. Everything you do, every choice you make and every attitude is a process of thought. When you feel down, it’s an emotional process, when you solve situations is a mixture of emotional and intellectual process. You are not your current state of mind. You are in a state of mind and that state is formed by your attitudes, your choices. To … Continue reading

Reality of Wikileaks


Of all the people I know of who “click on like” for Wikileaks, who speak amongst their peers about Mr. Assange who founded it, or of all those claiming that the truth of Wikileaks will set you free, none of them – I believe – knows what the truth is. A hard statement, I know, but you know that I mean no disrespect. Reality of Wikileaks is … Continue reading

Word matters


Life on this planet is difficult and hard. If we were individuals we wouldn’t survive, but we aren’t individuals. We are a community. We are thinking creatures who ask ourselves difficult questions. And we answer all of them according to our background and personal taste. When we live – or work – in a group we have to conform to the collective sub-conscious of that group, whatever … Continue reading

No sermons, no preaching


“God’s Will” took me by surprise. I never intended to record it and never expected to be trusted with it. I had resisted the inspiration for two years and was made to suffer for it. Six months after I recorded it and put it online I removed it and was made to suffer more. God sent someone into my path in order to remind me and there … Continue reading

True values


Values? We all know the word, and we all hold its meaning dear to us. Not one of us knows what it means. It holds different meanings for us all. For me it means Ingenuity, Dependability, Authenticity, Durability, Respectability, Positivity, Kindness. Well – all the good stuff. But each of the subvalues can be further defined, for example Positivity. When the German army decided to fix the … Continue reading

When nothing is confused


When I was fourteen years old I realized that I wanted to write. It was thirtyone years ago. I still don’t know what I want to write about. I know a lot about what not to write, of course. I’ve never had a wish to become a novelist. Well, almost never. Of course I’ve considered it, and there are novelists who have mastered “the art I’m thinking” … Continue reading

Back to Neanderthal

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I’m not going into this subject, not really. It seems clear to me that those grumbling apes met their times, just like we’ll do eventually. I believe that we genocided Neanderthals in some way. There is no doubt about it. We are the kind of apes who enslave, mime, and kill, our own kind. Are you aware that we hunt some apes to make ashtrays out of … Continue reading


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Time is one of those concepts we have to deal with in our personal lifes. When we’re five years old we feel that it will take forever to grow up. When we’re single we feel that we will never again be touched (and it feels like eternity). When we’re middle aged we feel that life is racing us by. Then we ponder history! Oh man! Just over … Continue reading