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Thursday, September 6th, 2012

Let’s talk about Cosmic Consciousness

The World’s Hope: With all of their skills, the world’s leaders have not brought us love or peace. No, they have brought us war and suffering.

Astrologer Jeanne Avery, in The Rising Sign, under Aquarius Rising (I’m Aquarius rising) wrote, “He may be musical-

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“he may be a genius.” I’m both. Like Tesla, I’m one of those weirdoes that sees what others don’t about the subtle workings of the universe. My Saturn is trine Pluto. In Astrologer’s Handbook, “This trine gives the natives the ability to understand the laws by which subtle forces are organized….They are able to work slowly and make fundamental and irrevocable changes in their own and others lives. Often there is a sense of destiny or a peculiar karmic mission which they must fulfill.”

The Prince of Peace, whose arrival was predicted by Persian astrologers, mind you, who saw signs in the sun, moon, and stars (Luke 21:25), he was talking about his return, I wonder in what form? In the Lord’s Prayer, he said, “in earth as it is in heaven.” How many times have those words been repeated in Christian churches? I’m not a Christian. I bring to your attention what Jesus was talking about. “But seek ye first the kingdom of God,” he said. He said the kingdom of God is in you. Love and peace do not come from external sources, such as religion. They come from within. Only you and I can bring the world love and peace. I come from universal law.

What I see in the national election of 2012:  For many, it is like seeing your mother being lowered into her grave.  Conservatives learned, bitterly, that America is no longer the exclusive territory of white males. Change is inevitable. Nothing is the same. We hate losing our mothers. This octogenarian hates losing my America. But we know change is inevitable. My America is gone forever.

The Democrats, having moved on, have yet to learn that taking from the rich and giving to the poor kills the goose that lays golden eggs. Under the guidance of Democratic leaders, Democrats have moved on to La La Land. I may be eighty-seven years old but I’m far from out of it. If we are to save the world, we conservatives need to get up to speed. Being Aquarian rising, I’m ahead of the hounds.

It is misleading and self-limiting to say America is a Christian nation. Thomas Jefferson, who authored the Declaration of Independence, was a deist. He believed in the existence of God on the evidence of reason and nature, with rejection of supernatural revelation. This eliminates the doctrines and dogmas. It gives you, individually, credit for possessing reason.  In the hearts and minds of the signers of the Declaration was self-government, beginning with the individual, a few individuals who came to America to be free to do their own thing their way. It is amazing how different the Bible reads  from theocrats and those who give themselves credit for possessing reason. The idea that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness gave us the First Amendment to the Constitution. “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”

The mistake the American people have made is in allowing the makers and keepers of the law to arbitrarily change the self-evident truth. In this respect, Jefferson: “It is a very dangerous doctrine to consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions. It is one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy….The Constitution has erected no such single tribunal, knowing that to whatever hands confided, with the corruptions of time and party, its member would become despots.  It has more wisely made all the departments coequal and cosovereign within themselves.”

The American people have allowed themselves to be used—handed free stuff for their votes. In Ayn Rand’s novel, Atlas Shrugged, John Galt is the object of its often-repeated question “Who is John Galt?” and of the quest to discover the answer. From In Earth as It Is in Heaven 2012, my book, the question of who Joe Smith is arises often and of the quest to discover the answer.  Who Joe Smith is, the reader discovers, is a progression of nine steps that ends in selflessness, the desire to be of universal service. Distinguish this from the “good of all” idea—the progressive liberal idea—that the individual is of no consideration. Selflessness is the opposite of being of no consideration. It is individual independence versus “the good of all” idea. That’s the first thing we conservatives need to know, and the reason for it, if we are going to save the world.

John Galt ends as the counterpoint to the collectivist social and economic structure depicted in the novel as an oppressive bureaucratic know-it-all herding a culture that embraces stifling mediocrity—for the good of all.  Atlas Shrugged is a half answer.  In Earth as It Is in Heaven 2012  gives you the complete answer, starting at the beginning, when God said, “Let us make man in our image” (Genesis 1:26). Since we had not yet arrived here on earth, God must have been speaking to our archetype, as Joe Smith sees it, the broadest conscious awareness in the universe, and not limited to those in orthodoxy’s box.

In objective reality, you are not capital. You are zilch. It is your inalienable right to serve others for profit. It is not government’s right to share your success with the not so successful. You’ve been duped. Redistribution of the wealth breads corruption.

Because the American people are living in the past, which began with Roosevelt’s New Deal law, all the progressive liberal camp needed to do to win the election was to depict Romney as a proponent of subjective reality—juxtaposition capitalism–leave the idea in the dumbed-down voter’s mind that subjective reality is mean spirited and selfish.  The American people are ignorant of what subjective reality really is.  It means that you know the power that lies within you. You have the potential to be directly connected with your archetype. Objective reality means, conveniently, that you accept external power—manmade power—as greater than your own power. Let’s get capitalism straight in our minds, the “self-evident” truth: you own yourself—capitalism is private ownership. Under socialism, you are the government’s slave. And the same applies in the religious idea that we are born in sin and must beg for God’s grace in order to be accepted in heaven. This idea, too, is manmade and meant to control you.

You were created with reason, which is fundamental to God’s law. So what do men empowered do? They attempt to dumb-you down. In the book of Job, Satin temped Job.  He ended with nothing, to please God!  Prometheus stole fire from Zeus and gave it to us. I’ll take Prometheus. I’ll take the serpent in the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Humans know good and evil. God kicked us out of the Garden, forced us to plow the ground. We are not animals. We don’t need the Garden of Eden.  Our archetype is the broadest of awareness in the universe.

Since Ayn Rand’s 1957 novel, science has come a long way. The cutting edge sees objective reality as flawed and incomplete.  The cutting edge has found that what we thought was an independent and objective world is in fact dependent on the observer. It follows that God must be personal—that we ourselves—must feature in the picture—that the independent existence of matter and the absoluteness of space is false dogma.

Joe Smith’s story began with his life in ruins at age forty-nine, in the year 1975. Joe Smith cut from the herd and looked within for answers, with the U.S. Constitution as his guide. In the Constitution, he heard voices from the past speaking to him.  Opposing external reality, in step number four of Joe Smith’s story, “Born for Justice,” the builder, the offspring of his archetype, submitting to earthly things, where legal form and ethical substance play a role, Joe Smith defends his inalienable rights; that is, his subjective, self-evident, God-given rights. They were being trampled by the IRS. We are taught to think of the IRS as all-powerful. The IRS is for the purpose of redistributive justice, in Joe Smith’s case taking from the poor and giving to the poor for the good of all!

The Roman judge, Cicero, said to be the father of modern law: “We are born for justice, and right is not the mere arbitrary construction of opinion but an institution of nature.” Thus, with regard to “arbitrary construction,” Black’s Law Dictionary informs us that while the law “imports a moral substance or ethical permissibility….legal fraud is fraud implied or inferred by law, or made out by construction.”  This myth, ignoring the truth, leaves the present law in America a house of cards, and the American people’s future totally uncertain. America is now at the edge of a fiscal cliff, but not Joe Smith! His life couldn’t be better.

“In earth as it is in heaven,” what Jesus said, when you think of our galaxy as being only one in uncountable billions, and our solar system as being only one of billions in our galaxy, and our tiny planet floating in the vast universe, how important is the individual? We are not very observant. Were we, we’d know that we interact with matter. It is mind over matter. The way Joe Smith reads the scriptures, in Genesis 1:26, God said let man have dominion over all other life, rather than in the image of this or that religion, we are made in the image of God. Let me explain the fallacy in the legal fraud called the law in America, as well as religion’s fallacy. God’s word in the Bible applies to no religion.   God’s law is not people thinking this or that. God’s law is everywhere with the same force.  God’s law is a discovery from nature and a transcript of nature’s constancy, of which we are inextricably a part.  Did man not invent God for man’s purpose, for power and control?  Why do we need religion to tell us about God?  Why don’t we look within for God?

With the advent of quantum theory, the cutting edge of science finds that we exist as something more than matter. The observer emerges as a co-equal in creation.  Consciousness, the substance of this newfound reality that defines the observer, has fundamental existence. Goodbye to the supernatural God—anybody’s guess.

Government entitlement, other people contributing—by law–their sweat to Joe Smith, and those departed souls who spoke to him in the Constitution—you can understand why Joe Smith would write a book. John Adams, in 1777, asserted, “Posterity! You will never know how much it cost the present generation to preserve your freedom! I hope you will make good use of it. If you do not, I shall repent in Heaven that I ever took the pains to preserve it.” Said Samuel Adams, “Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.”

The law, for the good of all, took Joe Smith’s basic existence—put him on the street. Speaking of the signs of the sun, moon, and stars (the second coming of Christ spoken of in Luke 21), from Astrologer’s Handbook, we are leaving the Age of Pisces, which is now in its death throes. “They (Pisceans) desperately want to do the right thing, but as a rule they do not have strong willpower. Therefore, they are easily influenced by external factors.

Placing a monumental debt on the backs of your children, and playing the blame game, is an extremely selfish thing to do, folks. Real generosity towards the future lies in giving all to the present.  Albert Camus. The challenge we face brings to mind what John Adams said:  “The moment the idea is admitted into society that property is not as sacred as the laws of God anarchy and tyranny commence.”

Welcome to my age, the Age of Aquarius. “Individuals born under the sign of brotherhood and fraternity have as their symbol the water-bearer, who spills out to mankind the life-force and spiritual energy.”  The Age of Aquarius has no fixed time to arrive. Why do you think Joe Smith wrote his book? Why do you think Obama won the election?

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