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Poem 02

The intangible evidence haunts me.

There’s no proof of existence for us.

My dreams a constant reminder..

We come down to nothing, but dust.

The Phoenix arises from ashes, 80 more words

Soul

The Power That is Within You

The error that man has made is believing that power is outside him.

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This error is easy to understand when you consider that man has been told a couple of huge lies that effectively removed him from a world that reflects the higher values of freedom, equality, love, and abundance that are natural to him. 123 more words

Ascension

The Origins of Fear

An individual cannot leave the Matrix until he transcends the belief system that supports it. That belief system is fueled by the emotion of FEAR. Fear comes from an incomplete worldview: a limited perspective. 135 more words

Ascension

Thrown out of the Garden

The Controllers threw you out of the Garden of Eden—where you could manifest an apple in the palm of your hand, like a god. The Controllers told you that you were unworthy and bad—that you had the stain of an obscure and unnamed original sin on your hands. 133 more words

Ascension

The Underpinnings of the Matrix

The Underpinnings of the Matrix
In The Avatars of Eden the phrase, “the Matrix” refers to Earth’s current system of control and domination. Like the grid of a giant holodeck,* the Matrix projects a fantasy which we have come to believe is real. 167 more words

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Do You Believe the Propaganda?

The sorcerers of ancient Mexico were quite ill at ease with the idea of when made its appearance on Earth. They reasoned that man must have been a complete being at one point, with stupendous insights, feats of awareness that are mythological legends nowadays…And then, everything seems to disappear, and we have now a sedated man. 172 more words

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Losing thynself in the Labyrinth To Discover thyn Way

Upon the pathless path
At the entryl-ess entry way
When thy inevitably approacheth the gateless gate
What choice shall thy make, what chances shall thy take?
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