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The Lonesome Road
Tags: consciousness Esoterica spirituality

by Ida Lawrence



I’ve never been one to have a wake-up ritual, but lately there seems to be one forming. When I come into awareness that I’m awake, gratitude comes in first. I’ve been saying a thank you prayer, to myself and All that Is… every day, however it unfolds, this is life and it’s wonderful to be here.

Something else has ‘come in’ lately too: a correction. Life is not a school, or a testing place, or even an evolutionary journey for oneself. Being born into Life is not as self-serving as we may have viewed it. There is something greater, sacred and holy. Life is Grace… an opportunity TO serve. The realization is humbling in the extreme.

So, thankfulness comes first nowadays, and then the day continues. Get up and let the sunlight in, feed Miss Kitty, make that first cup of coffee, and go online to see what’s up in the world. Opening up the laptop, I wonder if anything really earth-shaking happened while I was sleeping. It takes about an hour to browse through the information and usually little has changed.

Covers being pulled off this deception and that one, and new cover-ups being hatched. Minds going everywhere, and to amazing extremes. But this morning it seems extra schizophrenic.


Some people say schizophrenia is a split in the mind, or a broken heart or broken soul. A split… a break… it’s so obvious how painful: one post talking messages from on high, one with warnings about what not to eat, one about child abuse, one exposing ancient secrets, one about the earth’s destruction, and then there’s the economic collapse, followed by ways to find happiness. Extremes. And once in a while a jewel… ahh yes… there are jewels in the mix.

The ‘uncovering’ we’re going through really does display more than a split – there are great separations. Transpersonal psychology asserts that schizophrenia is a self-healing process involving the removal of illusions and false beliefs that originate in programming. Well… that is a comforting thought. If the mind and heart and soul are broken, then surely there will come a healing… once illusions and falsehoods are seen for what they are.

Moving on with my browsing, some old, old programming made its appearance. First, I read a post about the origin of the human being. The statement conveyed the following theory: The first human was androgynous and was self created from darkness through intention or will. He (the first human) was divinity. He wished to reproduce himself, so he made the woman from himself, in order to be able to do so. The writer went on to state that women need to face the truth: the man is divinity and the woman is made from divinity. There is a difference, he asserted.

After I read it, I pondered the obvious question: how did the androgynous human become a ‘he’ instead of a ‘we’, or some other identifier? Maybe ‘we’ had the intention of separating. Maybe divinity wanted to know itself as well as reproduce itself, so we divided into two parts and looked and listened and loved the other part, and came together so we could feel as one again. That theory would work for me.

I moved on, and within a few minutes came across a video that was supposed to be a profound revelation about evil. Okay, I figured I’d see what this person thinks about evil. Well, I had to tune out pretty quickly when he started to superimpose an image of ‘Satan’s face’ over an image of the female reproductive system. Evil to him is goddess worship, and he says one of the matrix religions is secretly built on it, and hiding it. What can I say? Yup – broken.

I paused to wonder how such a belief could be healed. Here I was, having awakened in the morning, so grateful to be here, and it seemed the internet had taken me to observe the broken hearts and fractured souls. Yes… but surely something in them seeks relief, and surely they will find it one day.

After my first dose of information, I put the computer aside and became quiet: how do I feel… let it emerge. Today it was, “God I’m lonesome.” As consistent throughout my life as the seasons: lonesome comes and goes and comes again. It’s not an ego thing or a ‘want more’ thing or a ‘something’s missing’ thing. No, lonesome isn’t lonely any more than melancholy is sad. It’s a feeling state.

Time for a 2nd cup of coffee, listen to the birds talking, Miss Kitty wants to go outside, and then back to check out Facebook and see what the family is up to. Turns out that Facebook, of all things, took me to Grace. There was a jewel from a person who calls himself ‘Allegedly Known as Dave’. Reading his message was… well, you’ll see.

“Finally beginning to understand the power of love as I awoke at 10:00 am and experienced a practical demonstration.

As I gazed into the eyes of my Impossible Girl, I became overwhelmed with a sense of oneness, a deep connection that transcended any earthly physical union and at that moment a wonderful calm descended upon the world, I could feel the world beyond the room slow down and hold its breath in a perfect moment of stillness and it was no mere illusion, outside the window, the traffic noise disappeared, the trains stopped running, the birdsong stopped, the wind dropped and if people were walking past on the street they must have been wearing slippers and whispering because all there was, was a serene loving calm that emanated from the space between our hearts and seemed to ripple out beyond the confines of the bedroom and influence the world beyond. We were able to hold this state for a few minutes before a doubt or discordant thought would cross our minds and the spell would be broken and as if by magic a wood pigeon would hoot, a train would pass and the sounds of city would resume.”

I read his statement several times, mesmerized. He went on to say that they mused about whether the love they experienced would ripple out and bring peace and serenity to others, and whether society’s dysfunctional relationships, based only on sexual attraction or contracts, are designed to prevent couples from positively affecting the world. And then he concluded, “We are creators in this reality, and we do so with the vibrational intentions created by focused emotions, of which love is the most powerful.”



DNA Nanobots Enter Living Organism For First Time – Human Trials Within 5 Years? Tags: Transhumanism Alternative Knowledge Big Brother consciousness globalist agenda Orwellian world the awakening

by Nicholas West, Contributor

Activist Post

The reverse engineering of the human brain has already been announced to be well under way via new microchips and accompanying software. But the emergence of nanobots creates a whole new paradigm of direct intervention into the human brain.

While full nanobot rewiring of the brain is not expected before 2020, Phys.org has previously reported that our DNA has been successfully targeted by nanobots “for drug therapy or destruction.” This development is a cornerstone of what futurist and a director of engineering at Google, Ray Kurzweil, has dubbed Human Body 2.0. As part of this project, he states:

In the coming decades, a radical upgrading of our body’s physical and mental systems, already underway, will use nanobots to augment and ultimately replace our organs. We already know how to prevent most degenerative disease through nutrition and supplementation; this will be a bridge to the emerging biotechnology revolution, which in turn will be a bridge to the nanotechnology revolution. By 2030, reverse-engineering of the human brain will have been completed and nonbiological intelligence will merge with our biological brains. (emphasis added) [source]

Kurzweil goes on to envision eventually connecting our brains to Cloud computing for easy upload and download. Knowing this, the announcement that DNA nanobots have already moved beyond theory and have been successfully implanted in a living organism should get everyone’s attention.

The cockroach has naturally become a testing ground for the neuroscience community. Insects and mice have long been tested upon in the areas of direct mind control. Cyborg insects in particular have also been tested for their surveillance potential. It’s a strange new world where even remote controlled humans via the Internet is now possible, as well as the promise of DNA downloads from the Internet.

This obsession with brain research and genetics is coalescing at a very rapid rate within the field of bioengineering that is now utilizing advancements in nanotechnology to open up the final doors to access all that encompasses any living structure.


A team at Harvard working with Bar Ilan University in Ramat-Gan, Israel, has made a stunning leap to a whole new level toward realizing the dreams of neuroscientists and transhumanists alike.

New Scientist explains the latest findings:

When it meets a certain kind of protein, DNA unravels into two complementary strands. By creating particular sequences, the strands can be made to unravel on contact with specific molecules – say, those on a diseased cell. When the molecule unravels, out drops the package wrapped inside.


The team has now injected various kinds of nanobots into cockroaches. Because the nanobots are labelled with fluorescent markers, the researchers can follow them and analyse how different robot combinations affect where substances are delivered. The team says the accuracy of delivery and control of the nanobots is equivalent to a computer system.

“This is the first time that biological therapy has been able to match how a computer processor works,” says co-author Ido Bachelet of the Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials at Bar Ilan University.

“Unlike electronic devices, which are suitable for our watches, our cars or phones, we can use these robots in life domains, like a living cockroach,” says Ángel Gońi Moreno of the National Center for Biotechnology in Madrid, Spain. “This opens the door for environmental or health applications.”


The number of nanobots in the study – more than in previous experiments – makes it particularly promising, says Bachelet. “The higher the number of robots present, the more complex the decisions and actions that can be achieved. If you reach a certain threshold of capability, you can perform any kind of computation. In this case, we have gone past that threshold,” he says.

The team says it should be possible to scale up the computing power in the cockroach to that of an 8-bit computer, equivalent to a Commodore 64 or Atari 800 from the 1980s. Goni-Moreno agrees that this is feasible. “The mechanism seems easy to scale up so the complexity of the computations will soon become higher,” he says.

An obvious benefit of this technology would be cancer treatments, because these must be cell-specific and current treatments are not well-targeted. But a treatment like this in mammals must overcome the immune response triggered when a foreign object enters the body.

Bachelet is confident that the team can enhance the robots’ stability so that they can survive in mammals. “There is no reason why preliminary trials on humans can’t start within five years,” he says. 

Journal reference: Nature Nanotechnology, DOI: 10.1038/nnano.2014.58

There have been some other curious pronouncements from the robotics and artificial intelligence fields as of late that also pinpoint the arrival of these technologies “within 5 years.” At the risk of sounding like a Luddite, I do think that ethical considerations are lagging very far behind the rate of technological development. While there can be little doubt that such revolutionary technology could be used in a beneficial way, we would do well to look at where this technology originates from (primarily the military) and some of the other uses that have been suggested.

For example, a recent article discussing the work of Dr. Rebecca Roache (yeah, curious, I know) opens with one line: “Sentencing a criminal to 1,000 years in an artificial hell may one day become a reality.” The work of Dr. Roache – supposedly an ethicist – postulates that the length of prison and the suffering endured is not commensurate with some of the most heinous crimes committed. Thus, using technology such as lifespan enhancement, mind uploading, altering perception of duration (through pills), and robot prison officers – doors can be opened that could create a literal hell on earth for those selected for such treatment. No mention is made, however, of any positive uses such as learning at a far more rapid rate of speed, augmenting one’s natural creativity to more easily enter the boundlessness of the human experience, or anything remotely arguing for individual empowerment and freedom. Only endless suffering and pain.


Before these technologies break away to parts unknown, we need to identify what limits, if any, should be imposed, as well as evaluate the proper mechanisms for control over who is in charge of making such god-like decisions.What are your thoughts? Please leave your comments below….


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