Thursday, July 31, 2014


At first mention of watchers were in religious texts actually in the bible and hindu text. These were spoken of as angels  that seemed to circle about watching over humans. Then they were attracted to the woman they were watching as the story goes had fallen and were discarded from heaven. They eventually had children to these woman (mighty men not sure if there were wonder woman) and taught them charms and other magic to control mankind.

So it seems the first of the witches were made by angels , angels that were once watchers. Whether myth or reality magic was born - sacred knowledge taught by fallen angels. These angels former watchers had angered God in such a way they were banished from heaven and so the story goes. There had remained a sufficient number of good angels approximately two thirds. The majority or quorum in heavenly terms. Interesting enough the quorum among angels is 66.6 percent a scary number if you are superstitious. Even if you are mathematical or political it is a quorum number.

In reality we should not be concerned unless the odds are against us , however you will find the quorum number is one that can make you rich if you are familiar with relative strength indexes and/or you need some cash. This heavenly quorum is not about cash or even fallen angels. It is about the mind - reasoning. Do angels reason or is it just left to men. Ah! Yes - angels reason - they think like we do. The watchers even know what we are thinking at least most of the time because after all they are watching.

Fast forward ----->>>>> the present . The invention of the satellite at first used for communications to bounce radio waves off of. These celestial devices can be launched into space and now we can be the watchers. We can hear the heavens add on a few telescopes and we can now see the heavens, we are the watchers. We can spy on each other and see how the crops are doing on the other side of the world. We can see vast forests being harvested in the earths jungles. We can see our enemies movements, and even spy on our own citizens. With all this power comes gratification perhaps one day we will abuse the power of the watcher - we will fall into the same trap as the angels- power and lust.

Believe it or not the time is coming , the first evolution was the fall of angels. The second will be the fall of mankind. Today there are more satellites in space  than cars in a major  city. Satellites often going unnoticed carry our mobile communications , they carry our video signals. Almost every nation has its satellites spying on each other. Lusting for what each other has, checking on major construction. Perhaps another tower , bridge or rail line. We can check on the movement of ships or armies. It is no longer a guessing game. It will be a war and in the end whoever has the quorum will win. Yes - that two thirds of power and magic number.

For now enjoy the quiet - the peace, the watchers are still just watching. The only consolation is it will only last till the next sym-bionic  takes over. Perhaps one that does not need to reproduce by contact - one that is part human and part machine. Perhaps the next generation of hybrid life form - evolution at its finest.  Dream to pod , pod to seed - seed to life again.

Good angels are still in the majority according to most religious scholars -  have the quorum.



Monday, July 21, 2014

Knots and Nerds

Interesting that we are socially keeping more to ourselves lately. Becoming a familiar example of the nerd. Caught up in science and searching for answers in databases and yet we find ourselves feeling lonely. We feel more comfortable at a desk living for our work and solving the puzzle of the day. We may not even care what others think as we dress to our own taste and comfort. Most of the time I personally prefer sandals to sneakers except when shooting hoops my favorite past time.

The other day a friend asked me to go to the temple with him. He is a hindu and I always wanted to visit a temple and this was a great opportunity to meet others beside people shopping in the mall. I used to be a regular church goer mostly to be with other people and share a peaceful time of prayer and meditation. Then found myself losing time to work eventually missing sundays to a demanding job, corporate America does not respect quiet time , products must ship if you want to stay employed. It also seems we live to work rather than work to live. After a time felt like just another cog in the wheel a type of abuse.

The typical nerd - I did not even work for the money at times forgetting to cash paychecks for several months until my wife would find them in a drawer. Truly often forgetting to count the first button one side of the collar a little higher than the other noticed after half a day went by. As long as the data was flowing and the end users were happy my day was complete.

So my friend invited me to a temple , a hindu temple which I had never been. Already having an established relationship directly with God through the teachings of Jesus  at least felt comfortable in my faith. After all God was not lost , omniscient in every particle of light and molecular energy - certainly not lost.

So why do people go to the church if not to find the un-lost God that is everywhere we look throughout creation in the visible and unseen. Why would I go to the temple with my friend we both agreed God is everywhere , it was not to find but to unwind. The many knots twisted in our consciousness needed to be unwound. To greater experience the consciousness and light around us these knots had to be dealt with. Whether we became twisted by our own habits or by chance it did not matter. As a nerd it was difficult to even care about knots , I was lucky to tie my own shoes or button a shirt properly.

Deep in my consciousness once I faced off with the primordial self this was written in earlier blog entries. That was a major knot to overcome. The other knots included pre concepts that were taught to me as a child. I was not exposed to meditation practice or a deep concern for life. I ate at fast foods and was not aware of glucose or monosodium or all the things organic. Even unaware of the spiritual world around me. I did not care about non-christians even though they were humans the same as me. There was no real sense of unity with others a sort of oddness.

The knots eventually became untied - I felt peaceful assured - blessed assurance . My circle seemed to expand as did my consciousness. No longer felt odd or indifferent  toward others, though unique as a human learned we are all a part of this reality we call life. We learn to appreciate each other no matter how difficult it may seem.

Anyway the knot I was now facing was not anything so complex actually rather simple. It was the hybrid knot. I had become so attached to technology missed the warmth of the spirit. Found myself habitually going to a search engine or querying a database rather than googling should have sought first the place we call the kingdom of God, or to the buddhist the Pure land. To the hindu Nirvana and to some just a place of inner peace. In terms of awareness the consciousness which seems to reach to the cosmos. Yes - perhaps I could undo that knot at the temple.

I have not gone yet and will let you know how it went in the next post. I am sure many already have found peace out there and a lot of joy - just occasionally deal with the knots.



Sunday, July 20, 2014

The Hybrid Human

Since the beginning of human evolution the storage capacity of the human mind has always been limited. We eventually had to reason a single human brain needed to network with other humans, then eventually with machines. We have evolved to a hybrid society of humans and machine. If we have a question we ask each other and sometimes search archives of computers networked in the web or internet. As we advance even more human interaction and even more machine interaction.

I thought about the pendulum  of interaction switching more in the direction of machines. They seem to become more tolerant of our questions easier to access than other humans. 

Capacity of the brain is limited some are blessed with a greater capacity than others however in all cases it is limited. When we reach the limit of capacity we rely on communication or networking. Before machines or computers we searched a different realm the consciousness. This realm is still being explored for it is limitless. 

There will always be consciousness regardless of how we utilize our brains or extend the network to machinery or computers. We ourselves are just an extension of consciousness - we can communicate verbally or through airwaves or through consciousness. 

One of the principles that I hold similar to some Zen thinkers is that there are no mysteries. Nothing is hidden , and as the apostle Paul had said we see through a glass darkly- he also goes on to say then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.

Even as also I am known--- What Paul is saying is that he is a part of something greater. He by himself sees darkly when he faces the fact that he is only a part of this greater life force of intelligence things become clear. This is how knowledge is acquired by sharing and the amazing truth is there is what Jesus stated, I am the light of the world. He who follows me will not walk in darkness but have the light of life. He clearly understood the life force and wanted to share this with us. 

The buddha also explained this life force to his followers the buddha nature is explained to be the fundamental life force in the cosmos. Christ nature is the light of the world , the light of life.

The Hybrid Human is networked through  machinery and technology. Even with all this technology the   hybrid finds themselves depressed and empty. They have lost touch with consciousness  with the life force. Einstein also realized this would happen as did Max Planck father of quantum physics.

"All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force... We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter." - Max Planck

We are one -part of something greater than ourselves. 

John 14:20 In that day you will know that I am in my Father, and you in me, and I in you.

This realization is that we are all one and the same , whether we call ourselves christian, buddhist or taoist , jewish or any other religious surname. Whether a scientist , a philosopher , a pagan or gnostic we are one part of a life force of much greater magnitude.

This is peace not division - unity. I loved the way Max Planck expressed this about the Mind being the matrix of all matter. I will state this in the past 40 years in computer technology - certified as an information specialist - trained for decades in storage technology , computing and databases. Developed solutions for many of the fortune 500 companies belong to user groups of members from all over the world China, India, Germany, Brazil, Canada etc, out of all my life experience seek first the kingdom of God, the greater life force. For to me this mind often spoken of as the mind of Christ is far greater more satisfying than the Hybrid we are facing today.

I am not saying the Hybrid is evil or technology is evil - it does not replace the consciousness. It should not be the first place we go - seek first the inner light , the kingdom of God. The mind of Christ , if you are a buddhist the nature of the life force. If you are a scientist the consciousness or a philosopher the Mind matrix. We have to come to the realization there is something greater than ourselves that our minds are connected and we are only a part. Within each part is the code of the whole nothing is hidden there is no mystery. 



Friday, July 18, 2014


Some have all the answers - it seems. They have an answer for everything.

In life you will find the most successful  persons are the ones with all the questions.

Socrates was known to answer a question with another question. This made the student think for to him the process of thinking was more important than giving a canned answer.

Questions are really quests - they are an adventure. More likely what if's? or possibilities are far more interesting than the old cliche it is what it is! Pooh that is the lazy answer to most anything. Maybe it is not what it seems is the better answer or things are not as they appear to be!

Q&A is a learning process not the beginning or the end.


Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Cha Cha or Chant

Cha Cha is a phrase I will ping for spiritual dancing. Many religions include dancing as part of their ceremony from American Indians to Hindu or even biblical figures have danced before the Lord. It is an expression of joy and movement. Much more exciting than sitting in a pew for hours or just standing and singing. Dancing has been a part of spiritual revival since the beginning and will often accompany music. We hear a lot about stillness and quiet as with all activity there is a time for everything.

Chant along with meditation chanting is often used in eastern religions. We also see it in American Indian culture. This is something I practice on occasion to loosen the mind - to some it may seem like a loose screw ha ha ! What are some of the chants beside a popular Ommm which starts with a deep breath and rolls vibrantly off the lips. Thinking of the creator omnipotent and omniscient. We have a sense of praise. Hallelujah is a type of chant often used in Christian worship or praise. You can make your own custom chant whatever is pleasant sounding and to your own taste.

Last week trying some custom chanting to see what effect it had. Almost sounded like a sha nah nah or 50's musical however it was where the spirit led me. Whatever your beliefs are try mixing in some chants to spice up worship. How many times have we been on a long car ride and find ourselves singing jingles like row , row , row your boat or Do re mi fa so la to do voice exercises. These are all outlets for the mind much better than taking an aspirin for stress.

Cha Cha or chant mix it up there is a lot of energy in spirituality that needs to be expressed.

Praise and Peace,


Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Mad Scientist

 It seems curious that many of the religious icons in the bible were once considered mad.

2COR 5:13 So if we were crazy, it was for God; if we are sane, it is for you. apostle Paul.

and David acted insane in the old testament. We often hear the the term mad scientist  examples being Tesla and Einstein, and in the world of philosophy Socrates the greatest philosopher was once considered mad. Here we have just a few examples one a religious one , one of science and another of philosophy. All of these have one thing in common - the mind. Pushing the boundaries of the mind - can alter reality or produce an altered state. We read about the life of Tesla who was a great thinker often referenced thoughts of universal peace and took a few months of his life to study the bible.

 We as humans benefit from these great thinkers as they expand their consciousness. We have religious thinkers from all faiths that have contributed to humankind. We also have those great philosophical thinkers often at their own expense and demise have made great contributions.

 Then we have the mystic that seems to be alone - yet they are connected to everything. The mystic journey often will bring one to edge of sanity and some will recommend a companion or director to keep them in touch with reality. They deliberately push the mind into altered states to reach certain understanding such as truth or light. This understanding can come at a great price which we are given freely. In Christianity it is said faith reaches for understanding. Just as the scientist reaches for a theory or understanding of the natural world and sometimes the invisible. The philosopher may analyze something for days or even years before reaching a conclusion.

 So though one may appear mad or insane perhaps they are just on a discovery or reaching for the truth.

'the most beautiful and most profound emotion we can experience is the sensation of the mystical.  It is the sower of all true science.  He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead.  To know that what is impenetrable to us really exists, manifesting itself as the highest wisdom and the most radiant beauty which our dull faculties can comprehend only in their most primitive forms - this knowledge, this feeling, is at the center of true religiousness.'
Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

 I would consider myself more of  mystic than a traditional christian often trying to explain experience in a way others would understand. To me God is spirit a light that brings understanding and nothing is hidden there is no mystery just lack of understanding.

Peace and Happiness,