future imperative – part I

WARNING:

We’re about to get
evil

… in the very best beast worst biblical sense.

If you are a feared for your soul click out-&-away now. (There’s a mind-widening post waiting to land after this series, so do please come back then).

For those who chose to stay let’s begin by not fucking about.

I’ve been suggesting of late
that something is up
with the putsch …

toward light
in our world.

I would now like to ask for some volunteers
in the audience …

… to hold that view in mind while
simultaneously reading
the following:

God is light, and in him is no darkness at all

… if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from all sin” 1 John 1:5-7

For you are all children of light, children of the day. We are not of the night or of the darkness” 1 Thessalonians 5:5

To open their eyes, so that they may turn from darkness to light” Acts 26:18

At the same time, it is a new commandment that I am writing to you, which is true in him and in you, because the darkness is passing away and the true light is already shining” 1 John 2:8-11

And this is the judgment: the light has come into the world, and people loved the darkness rather than the light because their works were evil. For everyone who does wicked things hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his works should be exposed” John 3:19-21

Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life” John 8:12

And when the sun was going down, a deep sleep fell upon Abram; and, lo, a horror of great darkness fell upon him” Genesis 15:12

But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light” 1 Peter 2:9

He has delivered us from the domain of darkness and transferred us to the kingdom of his beloved Son” Colossians 1:13

A feared?

Well I guess you’d better run to the light.

It isn’t just the bible that is a fraidy-cat of the dark, so to are our literary ‘gods’:

Shakespeare, working in the 16th and 17th centuries, made a character called the “prince of darkness” (King Lear: III, iv) and gave darkness jaws with which to devour love. (A Midsummer Night’s Dream: I, i) …

… Chaucer, a 14th century Middle English writer, wrote that knights must cast away the “workes of darkness.” …

… Dante described hell as “solid darkness stain’d

Boo!

In a world (apparently) birthed by a male god, light aka masculinity has been raised up & worshiped.

In the Separation of Light from Darkness, the image of God is framed by four ignudi …  young, nude males that Michelangelo painted as supporting figures

Oh fuck, say the men, she’s going to spoil a perfectly good article by going over to the feminine side.

 

Noooooooooooooooooooooo

Fear not. IF you would like to get closer to understanding what’s been stolen from you or if you enjoy a good conspiracy revelation read on.

Lest I be labelled treasonous towards the light, let me, (well wiki), put before you the awful facts of night as we been fed them:

Night is often associated with … danger and evil, because of the psychological connection of night’s all-encompassing darkness to the fear of the unknown…

… and darkness’s obstruction of a major sensory system (the sense of sight). Nighttime is naturally associated with vulnerability and danger for human physical survival …

… Criminals, animals, and other potential dangers can be concealed by darkness.

The belief in magic often includes the idea that magic and magicians are more powerful at night … mythical and folkloric creatures as vampires and werewolves are described as being more active at night.

In literature, night and the lack of light are often color-associated with blackness which is historically symbolic in many cultures for villainy

non-existence, or a lack of knowledge (with the knowledge usually symbolized by light or illumination)

You of course know all this, I mean you really, really, really know this.

ALL eyes programmed by the light

… of TV, literature & Western religion have absorbed a manufactured cancer of darkness into their bones.

Thus the time has come for me to get Eve(l) & tempt you with some succulent ideas.

Come
enter
the awful darkness
with me.

“… water exposed to the sun’s rays is tired and lazy and therefore curls up and sleeps …

At night however & especially in the moonlight, the water becomes fresh & lively~ Living Water: Viktor Schauberger and the Secrets of Natural Energy

Victor Schauberger (1885 – 1958) contemplated & cherished water all his life. By studying nature as opposed to dissecting, fighting or dominating it he learned how to work with it. Remember as you read that the earth & our bodies are made mostly from water:

Viktor learnt to trust his observations and intuitive awareness, as had his father and his grandfather. He learnt from them that water when in shaded mountain areas produced plants and vegetation at their richest, and that fields irrigated by water transported to them…

at night yielded greater harvests than neighbouring meadows and fields.

… one of the first anomalies he encountered was a previously opulent mountain stream had unexpectedly…

… dried up after the old stone hut which stood over its source had been dismantled, exposing the spring to the light and sun. Various explanations were considered and finally the suggestion to rebuild the stone hut was followed up and after a while …

… the spring returned. Viktor grew quite sure that water responded to the shade of the forests from which it sprang.

Viktor went on to study the present decline of the river Rhine … The mistreated …

… and degenerated river of today was once a mighty river with such …

... crystal clear water that the river could be seen at a depth of several metres. “At night when the supporting power of the water was greatest, stones carried down stream bumping and scraping each other, discharged a glowing yellow light from the river bottom that gave rise to the folktales …

… of dwarves who made wonderful jewellery in their smithies on the bottom of the Rhine” Link

Here’s another kind of shaman to whet your appetite for the night & its link to life:

The next time you go to a flowing river in the veld, ma’am,’ Mutwa instructed me, ‘go at night – not with rubber-soled shoes but with leather soles.  The nearer you draw to the river, the more you will feel this …’ he paused, ‘this thing – what you might call a “vibration“ …

… Fresh-water rivers are living ma’am.  And what is more, they contain memory – like a photograph‘  ~Mystery of the White Lions – Linda Tucker

And here’s another to start us on a journey of a lifetime:

Priority was given to the night in matriarchal consciousness. Day and light are born from night and darkness, and not the other way round. This perception has been kept in the Arabic language, in which the day begins on the previous night. If your birthday were on, say, March 15th, in the Arabic world you would begin celebrating the evening of the 14th …

… You would begin counting the day at sunset, rather than sunrise” ~ Rosina-Fawzia Al-Rawi (Grandmother’s Secrets).

You are not going to get the momentous benefits of that last statement until you live it. You may not be able to change the Western calendar, but you can easily live by a different internal clock.

But why should you even try?

Well let’s speculate on a momentous conspiracy or maybe it was just a huge stroke of bad luck for the Western race.

Massive Mind Fuckery or just a few idiots fucking about?

You decide.

Step 1:

Change the ending of the day & …

anchor it to a clock.

Midnight marks the beginning and ending of each day in civil time throughout the world. It is the dividing point between one day and another

Tell me, how do you find midnight in the pitch dark?

Thou shalt not find a new day ….

… except by the hands of a cLOCK.

But hey what was there for us to see anyway. So instead each morning we ‘wake’ knowing that it is a ‘new day’ because the light has returned.

When you begin to start your days at sundown you turn your world upside down.

Many moons ago I read that in Montserrat it is the native custom to dedicate the sunset period as a time of quiet contemplation.

When you begin to consciously end & birth your days around sunset this feels the most natural thing to do. There is a dwelling on the day closing & then as the dark comes, there is a quickening which we will come to later.

First off lets contemplate something.

Whenever you learn anything new there are two repeating phases to it.

The first is the getting to grips or ‘familiarising’ time. The second is when you go away & ‘forget’ all about what you have been taught. In that forgetting time comes embodied learning – when your apprenticeship becomes a part of your flesh. That’s why when you return to learning you have ‘magically’ improved.

Sleep is one of those forgetting times – when you are embodying your learning.

We have been told that when you sleep you are just processing the day’s events – all the living was done in the light-time followed by a wind-down before bed.

BUT

IF
your day
STARTS as the darkness comes,
what then?

Think about it.

IT MATTERS

What if instead of winding down for the day, you are actually firing up & impregnating your future?

Think about what most people (probably including you) do now every ‘night’ of their lives.

They begin their day with …

PROGRAMMING.

For much of the year we return home emptied from meaningless jobs, close to sunset. Exhausted we knock a quick meal together & probably a few drinks & head for the TV.

When we go to bed at night
these …

… are the coordinates for the future
that we have set our subconscious to activate during sleep.

If, as Stevens says “The strongest cue to our physiology is light,” we’re nervous, given how many people read magazines and blogs, or watch TV and movies, on an eye-pad or laptop before bed.

These devices, after all, are rich in the blue light that is so destabilizing to the body clocklink

If the darkness that follows sunset is the portal into the new day, then the terminal illness of the Western world begins to be understood.

entertain  late 15c., “to keep up, maintain, to keep (someone) in a certain frame of mind

I’ve done a lot of night walking lately. I’ve been trying to learn about the night & find what I have been missing.

The Western culture is a fanatical light/sun-worshipping culture.

During the later periods of Roman history, sun worship gained in importance and ultimately led to what has been called a “solar monotheism.” Nearly all the gods of the period were possessed of solar qualities. The feast of Sol Invictus (Unconquered Sun) on 25 December was celebrated with great joy, and eventually this date was taken over by the Christians as Christmas, the celebrated birthday of Christ

This sun-worship culture of ours is absolutely fucking genius in its flexibility of idols. The sun of god can slip down the charts & this religion won’t miss a beat, because it has ever new suns & stars to fill the void.

I had often wondered how the Christian religion could have taken such a hold in South America but it’s so bloody obvious really –

the Christian religion is …

… soooo Meso-American at heart,
with its sacrificial
sons/sons.

I don’t know why it’s so important for the light to usurp the dark but it’s very, very hard these days to be anywhere now without light intruding.

Daylight Saving has just kicked in NZ to make sure we eek out every last drop of light. In a conversation today a friend said she’d read that the incidence of accidents rises for three weeks after the clocks change.

For decades, astronomers have moaned that “light pollution” was wrecking their view of the universe. Now, ecologists and medical experts are wondering how this extra light affects our world and our health.

The evidence is disturbing. For example, studies have linked light at night to human cancer and obesity, while other researchers have measured significant changes in animal behavior …

Estimates say that light pollution is rising as much as 20 percent per year in some locations,

A second prediction was that breast cancer should be more common in places where nights are brighter, and that correlation has held, first in Israel, and in 2010, globally

The same correlation surfaced in prostate cancer: the rate of this male cancer was 110 percent higher in nations with the brightest night lights — typically in Europe and North America — compared to the darkest countries” Link

There’s something not right about the massive intrusion of light into the darkness. It’s almost as if it has become parasitic. Let’s return to the Western sun worshipping religion for a moment:

The birthday of the infant Jesus, being arbitrarily set by the priests, produces a serious discrepancy, as we are told he was born in a manger. The manger is found in the sign of the summer solstice, the constellation Cancer…

Among the stars of Cancer is a small grouping appearing on the back of the Crab’s shell which includes the Aselli, or Asses, along with Praesaepe (M44) the Beehive or Manger

If we take the light to be masculine & godly & the feminine to be darkness & fearful we may come to understand better the eons old programming that  demands the feminine be dominated & controlled.

If the light had simply shone extraordinarily throughout its day perhaps we would not have been in such a tragic mess. But the light went after the dark in so many cunning ways. It has done everything in its power to intrude & undermine the power of the dark.

One very interesting way that the light was thrust into the darkness was through the use of a word-spell – when solar worship was tricked into the feminine psyche.

What else is a kNight in shining armour but …

… a sol invictus thrust into the darkness.

How many women down through the ages have renounced their personal ‘power of darkness‘ for the roman-trick dream of one of these?

Perhaps I am barking up the wrong tree & yet it is so very interesting to find that both  the dark-night & the feminine have been either demonised & or taken over by light / masculine forces.

I admire men & a world without them does not bear contemplating, but what we are looking at is something different. I’m struggling in the uber-bright lights to see what it is, so please bear with me as I attempt to map out what I can feel but not see.

The Celtic Rebel‘s work has pointed to a very long running ‘boy/man-loving’ ruling elite. As I have re-looked at art down the ages, I have seen much with new eyes. Why has centuries of art work been devoted to now visible

… male eroticism?

Art was used to display a world we did not have eyes to see.

Michelangelo who placed his …

… ‘Solar God creating Light with Four Playmates’
upon the Sistine ceiling also created
something rather nasty.

Night with cancer.

In 2000, James Stark, oncologist and associate professor of medicine … wrote a letter to the editor of the New England Journal of Medicine noting that Michelangelo’s Night displays signs of breast cancer

We suggest that Michelangelo carefully inspected a woman with advanced breast cancer and accurately reproduced the physical signs in stone

I’ve seen images of that statue before & never gave it a second thought. Our programming has been subtle & intensive & unyielding rather than blatant & haphazard.

The scary thing is to realise that prior to my seeing I’d been ingesting these pictured-instructions all my life. And so have you.

Our handlers appear to be intensely light-focused & male-centred. That being said I do not think they have much love for the male of the species. Convince a man or a soldier that he is vital & valuable & you may use or dispose of him at your own convenience.

You see, Killbots have a preset kill limit. Knowing their weakness, I sent wave after wave of my own men at them, until they reached their limit and shut down” ~ Zapp Brannigan

We are all ‘disposable meat’ in a game being played out by a few who know how to play us.

My desire in writing this article is to get life moving.

As a world, a culture, a species we have been falling off a one-pedalled bike for way too long. Whether it’s a right or left or dark or light pedal doesn’t really matter. What matters is that with only one pedal we are going to be going, nowhere.

The light is honoured daily (& nightly). Like the good sun son in the prodigal story, it never lost its place at the dinner table.

But the prodigal darkness was cast out. We need to befriend it again, so that we can have two-pedalled, forward momentum.

Befriending the darkness cannot be done by thinking about it or even agreeing with what I say. You have to go to it. Go into it. You have to find that it is friend, not foe.

It was maybe a few years ago that I first read this:

The man who has not traveled the wilderness alone at night has a vivid & illuminating experience awaiting him. He is amazed, so soon as he overcomes the first unnatural feeling of fear, to find out how alive he is, & how much better he can hear & smell than he ever dreamed …

… At such a time one’s whole body seems to become a delicately poised instrument for receiving sense impressions, & one’s skin especially begins to tingle & creep as it wakes from its long sleep. Nor is this ‘creeping’ of the skin strange or queer, as we must assume, but perfectly natural …

… The sensations which we now ignorantly associate with fear of the dark (a late & purely human development; the animal knows it not) are in reality the sensations of awakening life” ~How Animals Talk by William J. Long – published in 1919

It brewed inside for a long time.

I have enjoyed dark walks for quite a while now, but my streets are brightly lit.

One night, I just did it. I found the unlit entrance to the bush & started walking. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t scared. I kept going just a bit more & then a bit more, further & further away from civilisation. I had no torch & was not wearing the glasses I need to see distance.

I got to the point where I thought fuckit I’m just going to keep going till I get to the end of the track, but a little further on the feeling came to turn back, so I did.

When I reached the streets again they seemed so tame & ‘flat’. I have been once more since then as part of my night-rehabilitation. It is quite an amazing & scary feel. Truth to tell I was only a feared of the serial rapists & murders that the TV placed in my mind. There are no dangerous animals in the bush near me.

As I got braver I found myself walking through unlit parks & down to a secluded reserve with a beloved pohutukawa tree that is big enough for me to sit in.

One night a few weeks ago I made my way to this tree again in the dark. I climbed up & sat down enjoying the solitude for about five minutes. Then …

… in one long, long moment a feeling of heat crept all over my body & the very next instant I heard whispering. I felt I was being watched, but could not see the watcher.

Was I scared.

Fuck yes.

Although there were houses not far away it is a very secluded place, tucked deep down from the road.

I was overwhelmed with all sorts of emotions, I’d thought I was alone & now I hear whispering close by, but I can’t see anything – not wearing my glasses as usual. Every scary scene in every scaring tv series crept through my veins. I was horrified to feel myself ‘weak’. How useful would all my years of aikido training be if I couldn’t move from fright?

I wanted to bolt.

But what about all the work I have put into living & working with emotions this year? If I crept away it would be wasted.

So I stayed.

I stayed & let the fear come. I moved & coughed out loud to make my presence even more obvious.

Nothing happened. Maybe ten minutes went by. I relaxed, it must have been the  the wind in the trees.

Then it happened again. Exactly the same.

First there was the heat washing over my body & then a moment later, the whispering. Fuck it was unnerving.

I stayed a little longer then left. I still could see no one.

On my way home, under the now gratefully received bright street lights, I got to wondering.

Why did the heat & tingling come first?

Any time in my life when I have been afraid, there has first been a reason for it – a threat, a sound, a movement. But during that time in the dark, the sensation came first.

I kept remembering these words:

Nor is this ‘creeping’ of the skin strange or queer, as we must assume, but perfectly natural … The sensations which we now ignorantly associate with fear of the dark (a late & purely human development; the animal knows it not) are in reality the sensations of awakening life

Were my senses beginning to come back to life?

I still do not know if there were people there that night, I returned the next day & found a place where a couple of people could have been tucked away, whispering. Even so, my senses picked them up & spoke to me, BEFORE they uttered a whisper – that is heartening indeed to one who seeks more & more life.

From my own small store of new experiences, I now feel that the night is alive with life. When I walk at night I get no sense at all that the trees are ‘sleeping’ – they seem instead so alive.

Last night I stopped doing ‘daytime’ looking at houses & gardens & noticed the sky for the first time. I have always looked at the night sky as I’ve been taught – a dark place full of stars that have names I mostly do not know.

Last night I understood, that when the night comes, I & this earth return ‘home’ to the universe. I was enfolded in the sky. How often have I heard the tv tell me about how small & insignificant I should feel under the stars. What bullshit! I felt more connected to the universe than I ever remember. I felt like I belonged to something infinite.

When the sun ‘reigns’ supreme we are cut off & must live in this world alone. Its great don’t get me wrong, we can explore all sorts of wonders, but when the night comes we can return home.

But,
because we have been made fearful of the night
we have not been home in a long lone time.

In late Egyptian mythology, Ra passes through Duat (the underworld) every night. Apep has to be defeated in the darkness hours for Ra and his solar barge to emerge in the east each morning”

“Apep …  was an evil god in Egyptian mythology, the deification of darkness and chaos, and thus opponent of light and Ma’at (order/truth)

I am a woman. I speak for women attempting to heal & to heal the breach between the sexes. Men need not fear us. When left to our own healthy devices we always seek wholeness & nurturing. We do not need the light the way that men do. We are like the water that covers the land. We will only rise up in a tsunami if driven beyond what we can handle. Otherwise we do not need the light of fame or renown or power & work best behind the scenes / seens.

Now back to the night.

Or should I say:

Come back to the night.

Try ending your day at sunset. Contemplate & learn what you are leaving behind, then step anew into the darkness of new life. Get out into the night, I think our bodies may be craving the light of night as opposed to ‘night life’.

‘Shakespeare’ sought forgiveness from the night – I wonder just how much he knew

“Pardon, goddess of the night,
Those that slew thy virgin knight;
For the which, with songs of woe,
Round about her tomb they go.
Midnight, assist our moan;
Help us to sigh and groan,
Heavily, heavily”

~   ~   ~

Additional thoughts:

The Truth Movement is all about forcing more light aka TRUTH into the world.

Our bodies come alive at night:

During the night your skin must be able to breathe … while we sleep, it steps up its activities: cells divide, metabolic wastes are eliminated – your skin regenerates

night,… is the time of regeneration, restoration and resurfacing, and the metabolic rate of skin increases and cells show a reduced breakdown of proteins. Also, blood flow is higher at night

sun / light / day = male time or male show off prowess. Females are not meant to be ‘peacocks’ –  exposed to the bright lights of day – the time for them to ‘glow’ is evening & night

Morning = ‘mourning’ – the loss of the night

Eve – evening – the first woman – she who gives the birther. But her name instead has been given to Evil

Why did pre-war Nazi’s create a cathedral of light?

The cathedral of light was a main aesthetic feature of the Nuremberg Rallies that consisted of 130 anti-aircraft searchlights, at intervals of 12 metres (forty feet), aimed skyward to create a series of vertical bars surrounding the audience. The effect was a brilliant one, both from within the design and on the outside

Ever notice how all the big movie companies ‘gloat’ with light”? Fox – Columbia – Universal, even MGM with its lion = sun

More to follow …

You know what ‘fuckit’ – the sun is going down NOW as I write, so as a gift from me to you & the night to to come I am just going ahead & posting it as it is. Early readers, please forgive any mistakes.

October 10, 2012. Uncategorized.

22 Comments

  1. transcenddesigns replied:

    Brilliant once again Alex!

    Me and my beloved Kiki spent 3 wonderful years on the Big Island of Hawai’i, most of which was without electricity and in a shack-like way of living…by all means, the craziest thing to get used to was finding our way up the jungle path in the dark of night back to our abode (hopefully there was a Moon out to help!) and sometimes even when pouring rain in the dark as well…
    everything you just described was a wonderful return to those times which helped us grow more than I can say…(I like to think! : )

    Very interesting indeed to contemplate this way the calendars and clocks have been ordered in such a way as we don’t ever question them at all, as you know ‘scientists know best’ : P

    So nice to finally be questioning!

    Be well and keep up the great work…!

    Brad

    : )

  2. Great replied:

    Well, I’d say this is illuminating but that wouldn’t be apropos ;)
    Thank you for the new train of thought, I am going to give the day begins at sundown experiment a try.

  3. Michael Skaggs replied:

    Ohhh that was nicely done!!! :-) I’ve been wondering what I was missing by working this dead end job 10 hrs a day then coming home completely wiped out and doing exactly what you said!! Wow. Wonderful!!

    Cheers!

  4. recoveringmetalhead replied:

    A few rambling thoughts:
    The statement – “Evolution happens at night” is an idea that I have held for many years. I have no idea where it came from or why I feel that it is true/relevant. It’s like a part of a really weird dream but I have no memory of such a dream.
    When I was younger I used to be a deer hunter and always loved going out in the woods alone before dawn and walking out after dark. One morning I felt very strange and uneasy and could not relax. When the sun came up I discovered that a trespassing hunter was sitting nearby staying quiet hoping not to get caught.
    In recent years I have gotten into the habit of turning out lights one by one as bed time approaches. I have come to very much enjoy the last half hour or so before bed when there is only a dim light remaining. I always thought I was simply “winding down” from the past day. Perhaps I am somehow preparing for the next day, getting “revved up” so to speak.

    You really helped to shed some light on things for me….no scratch that – it was very enlightening…..no no that’s not right – very illumina…..aw heck you know what I mean!
    Looking forward, darkly, to the next part.

  5. Linnet replied:

    Great as always – you are truly tapping into some real insights through your play…

    I have always felt more alive when out in the night air…

  6. Ed replied:

    Years ago, you told me I must overcome my fear. Now, you have shown me a way. Thanks.

  7. shabsoasis replied:

    Great stuff Alex! That makes a lot of sense that we are all mentally ill due to not enough exposure to the dark and moonlight. When I wooofed on two farms, one in the desert and one in the redwoods, I would relish the night…walking, singing, laying on the ground looking up at the magnificence. And you’re right, I didn’t feel humble and small. I felt at one with everything and at peace. I remember a group of lesbian volunteers begging to do our transplants in the moon light, which would have made sense since the desert was so hot at night. But the older resistant hippies would hear nothing of it and the girls were crushed.

    I’m tired of fearing the dark. I’m gonna take your advice and try and begin a day at sunset just once.

    Hmm…maybe this is why exotic dancers do their best work at night, and that is the time that men decide to worship women in the most base way. I’m turning off my lamp.

  8. alex robinson replied:

    Cheers everyone really appreciated & enjoyed your comments – I wish you plenty of dark times ahead (insert evil grin)

    Lovely story Brad, wonderful that you got to live wild with the woman of your night dreams :)

    The Big Island is on my list of places to visit.

    Great Great :)
    I found it a little tiring at first – it’s actually a huge shift of consciousness which is why you have to do it & not just think about it. The sun is going down again now here & I am just back from visiting my mother who has turned fully psychotic again, I was almost losing the will to live, but I remembered ‘my day’ & how last night some of my aikido friends & I stayed behind in the dojo & turned out the lights & practised aikido in the dark – that was truly endarkening :)

    Gracias Miguel
    I wonder what fun & games you can get up to without a tv – I feel sure you will manage :)

    I got a lot from your tale mr metalhead, we have so underused our senses & been forced & allowed ourselves to be forced, into our eyes – “For your eyes only” – did we give up our humanity when we opted out of our sense(s)?

    Was heartened also to hear your evolution happening at night thought – what other people leave here can make all the difference to whether someone allows a thought to live & play a little in their minds.

    Many thanks Linnet, keeping walking on the dark side :)

    Mick, I find that offensive!
    I couldn’t get it out of my mind when I tried to meditate this morning. I lived in Ilfracombe for a few months – maybe that’s why it irked me so, it’s a smallish seaside town – that statue is repulsive by itself but doubly so put into that landscape. Reminds me very much of Matt Delooze’s work on the Fylde coast. It does however fit with where I shall be going next so I’ll say no more for now.

    Hello, hello Ed, that’s great to hear, still enjoying the comics? :)

    Thanks for your tale shabsoasis, even when it looks like people are trying out new things so often all they are really doing is following the pre-set rules wearing a different hat. When there is enthusiasm & full hearts you can usually be sure that something new is being called into play. maybe that’s why play is so demeaned – it positively oozes new life.

    I suggest you try for a little more than a week. Everything tried within one week is kind of geared to fail because the week is the box we are imprisoned in – go for 10 days if you can – doesn’t have to be anything big or fancy then see how you feel – I don’t think there is anything you can lose that you wouldn’t want to.

    very best to all & one

  9. Mick replied:

    Hi Alex, yes it is offensive on a very deep level, the torture of the feminine and humanity stepped up to an unprecedented level. Satanic ( or sun ) magic in our faces. But, it dovetails exactly with what you are revealing. As you say, light is neither nice nor fluffy bunny. As MD has pointed out certain artists and entertrainers are more ritual sorcerers than anything else. These times are very disturbing, but most people cannot see what is happening. Thank Truth you are writing.

    I am sorry for upsetting you, but it cannot be ignored. You are one of the few people who will be able to interpret its deeper meaning.

    Respect, Mick

  10. Fitzy replied:

    I got to thinking about, what do I know about the night.

    My keenest experience, is from photography, shooting at night is very different
    from a daylight expedition.

    Firstly, city lighting is much more intense, and the range of colours much more explicit.

    Street lights are harsh, too bright to look at directly, and oddly enough, very poor at illuminating the general environment. Basically they’re blinding and useless all at once.

    Ambient light – the actual light you might use to see by, seems low, but to a digital camera there is plenty.

    Everything has to be slowed downed – 30 seconds is typical, maybe several minutes. A general softness tends to massage the borders of bright and dark, where indirect lighting is used for the shot.

    Two rules apply.

    Any movement, even minor, will blur the shot, so you need a solid tripod. Since all exposures tend to be long, you have to take your time.

    You must be Stable and Patient, to coax wisdom out from Mother nights veil.

    One’s hearing improves, you can hear people coming from a long way off, and they always give you a half wary look.

    In night shots, the sky will naturally blur, clouds are always softened, and trees swaying in the wind take on a dreamy quality.

    Rigid things like buildings, stay sharp, but without being painted in various tints of light, they appear monotone and dead.

    Living things move too quickly for long night exposures, they blur, and appear furiously animated.

    Only in the daylight are we frozen into a pose, along with concrete and bricks and rigid structures.

    What night photography has taught me, are Humankind’s constructions look like tombstones, and the living appear more alive.

    As always, an exquisite post.

  11. Max replied:

    Do you have to sleep during the night to evolve?

    Let us not forget people who are clubbing themselves to death in the clubs with drugs and bass-heavy music into the early morning and beyond.

    I am guilty of that, myself.

    “The clock, not the steam-engine, is the key machine of the modern industrial age.” Technics and Civilization by Lewis Mumford

    The night before I read your article, Alex, I read once again the comic Watchmen.

    Looks, like by watching watches, the watches are also watching us.

    I’m guessing that it is no coincidence that Terminator contained time travel.

    But besides the clock, the other superstar in Watchmen is the A-Bomb.

    “And [God] added: ‘You are not able to see my face, because no man may see me and yet live'” Exodus 33:20

    A Jehova’s Witness explained to me that this passage means that God contains and radiates such a high amount of energy, similiar to that of a sun, that within a close enough range, any person would get killed.
    Even given such obvious imagery, none of us figured it out then.

    This clears more up, why the first A-Bomb’s name is Trinity, if you consider Jehova, Jesus and the Holy Spirit as the Holy Trinity.

    Thank you for this article!

    I am looking forward to the sequel, Alex.

  12. Kyle replied:

    At night I turn on some multi-colored Christmas lights to softly illuminate my room. I also use http://stereopsis.com/flux/ on my computer screen, so that it becomes dimmer automatically once the sun goes down. Although I have been a sungazer, a lover of light, I need time for darkness. Be well and drink deeply from the waters down in the darkness of the well, for this is our wealth. Always a pleasure.

  13. Johnny replied:

    So many good things in this post.

    I’ll give shifting the beginning of the day to evening instead of morning a try. Sounds like a paradigm smasher!

    Like “cLOCK” as well. :)

  14. alex robinson replied:

    No worries Mick, it’s really so very bizarre, more so for me as I have such strong memories linked to there as well as to Woolacombe which is just round the corner.

    It does seem very much like a statement – that the sword has been handed over to the female side now, they are being programmed & armed. From what I think I can see, these light forces use whatever energy is strongest & now that is the female energy – it will use it for as long as it is strong & then discard it just as it is doing now to the masculine energy. That is why we all have to work together instead of falling into line as per our media handlers.
    Very best to you

    Fabulous Fitzy, you captured the spirit of the night so eloquently by coming from a different angle.

    I have wondered just how washed out corporate logo’s would be without their sunlit colours? Which also makes me think of your comments about tombstone buildings & how blinded we have been by the light so that we can no longer see subtlety. Everything has to be flavour intensified for our bleached senses.

    I may come knocking on your door for a few of your images.

    Big hi to all the family

    Hi Max
    I had a chat with my son last night that has got me questioning sleep now & just how natural it is to sleep at night. We have swallowed the 7 day week & the three meal a day time schedule, have we also swallowed our sleep timetable. I think I could happily sleep away the yuckiest part of the afternoon. I have read that two shorter blocks of sleeping would actually be much better for us, Were we given the sleep at night rule so that we wouldn’t use it to advance at a much faster rate?

    Very interesting quote about the clock & it sure rings true.

    Hmm perhaps the a bombs were about creating mini suns/sons on the earth or simply a way to force more light into it or somehow push the darkness out – that is what keeps coming back to me – this pushing out of the dark.

    Great thoughts thanks

    Thanks Kyle & I appreciate that link, I am currently enjoying my dimmed screen :)
    Lights, like stars shine most beautifully when the fullness of the dark is allowed.

    Wonderful Johnny, if you are willing to play with this & not make it a chore, you should find a new solidness/backbone/support to your day. On top of that you will be able to link your days together instead of each one floating off at night & being replaced without you, as you sleep. Hmmm makes me think of the whole santa crap & how he can only come if you are asleep – so much hidden in that story!
    very best to you

  15. Max replied:

    Alex, a few days before you released this article, this has been published on Counter-Currents Publishing:

    http://www.counter-currents.com/2012/10/life-styles-native-and-imposed-2/#more-6733

    You are not into White Nationalism, are you? ;-)

  16. Mick replied:

    Thanks Alex. Personally, I think the ‘Female Power’ has been siphoned for the last 10,000 years or so, and that what is happening now is a culmination. ‘They’ need it to give birth. All solar cults need the defeat, dismemberment and appropriation of the female energy in order to create. Even christianity admits the feminine as the ground of all being, necessary in order for the solar deity to manifest creation, which means it is an equal power. Perhaps the statue is a continuation of the symbolic story told in the olympic festival, especially the one enacted in the paralympics.

    Cheers, Mick

  17. alex robinson replied:

    Hello Max, trying to start rumours – maybe you should be scared of me :)
    Funny how ‘white’ equates to light & truth.

    I like your point Mick.
    This is certainly a very female-fertile time. Whatever ‘runs’ this world or thinks it does, understands the cycles very well & uses them guiltlessly – it does seem to have to convince us however that it empowers whatever group it is targeting.
    Good cheer returned

  18. Dennis replied:

    Much to learn from the queen of heaven… To shine forth is to have polish on the dark surface. Embrace your evil side, then get real. Much love to this ever increasing relevant blog.Shineforth brave souls! Dennis

  19. alex robinson replied:

    Many thanks Dennis

  20. Max replied:

    I just drop this fitting video and an interesting quote, here, Alex:

    “What is there about fire that’s so lovely? No matter what age we are, what draws us to it? […] It’s perpetual motion; the thing man wanted to invent but never did. Or almost perpetual motion. If you let it go on, it’d burn our lifetimes out. What is fire? It’s a mystery. Scientists give us gobbledegook about friction and molecules. But they don’t really know. Its real beauty is that it destroys responsibility and consequences. A problem gets too burdensome, then into the furnace with it. Now, Montag you’re a burden. And fire will lift you off my shoulders, clean, quick, sure; nothing to rot later. Antibiotic, aesthetic, practical.”

    -Ray Bradbury, Fahrenhet 451: A Novel

    • alex robinson replied:

      Most interesting, thank you Max – we think we know so much, but life has its own dance

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