Dragon Blood

“Mere belief is what fuels religion. From absolute proof however, there is derived absolute certainty in one’s condition and one’s heritage. […]Knowing beyond any doubt […] that one is of the Blood opens wide the doors to the infinite.[…] above all it needs its firstborn to know who they are themselves.”

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The Secret Life of Archetypes

Until a few years ago I was a staunch materialist. Even as a very young child, I could not swallow the existence of Santa Clause or God without puzzlement and questions. I was constantly asking myself what the true nature of reality was. This is a question that the human mind believes rationality can answer […]

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Illuminati Kingship

The one who receives these visions channels the will of the unified field. If they step within the current and start to act as a representative of planetary conscious, just watch them host even the most unlikely of happenstance swirl around them and make the impossible possible.

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Prisms & Patterns [a ramble]

TL;DR This world is like a crystal prizm , our consciousness is like the lazer that passes through it, projecting a tapestry of form and space, our lives/experiences are the shadows on plato’s (postmodern rave?) wall. If you change the lazer in any way, you change everything.

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Music for Meditation or Mentalism

When a DJ plays an electronic music set, he has a special goal: to bring the audience, indeed the whole venue, into the umbrella of his music. When he is doing his job especially well, the boundary between him and his audience and the music itself begins to blur – if he is a good DJ, he can sense the engagement of the crowd, how well he is drawing them into his musical dimension, whether they are enthralled. The signal he gets from the crowd ought to mediate his performance, elsewise he risks breaking the ‘spell’.

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Asclepias Viridis: an Etymology of Optimism

It starts out on a grand adventure searching for the perfect piece to complete itself, while singing and enjoying the scenery. But after the circle finally finds the exact-sized wedge that fits it, it begins to realize that it can no longer do the things it used to enjoy doing, like singing or rolling slowly enough to enjoy the company of a worm or butterfly. It decides that it was happier when searching for the missing piece than actually having it. So it gently puts the piece down, and continues searching happily.

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Aura Imprint on Space

I took a hike earlier in commemoration of tonight’s blue moon. The sky was clear and there was no need for flashlights with the luminous scrying of the lunar rays. I was with my mom, and she was busy frantically snapping shots of a strange hovering orange light with my phone as I stood and […]

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