Survival in the archon realm


I will leave you with a final thought which I once read.

Imagine you can control your dreams. Anything you desire you can make happen whilst you slumber.

Initially you would take yourself on a relaxing holiday, maybe to a beautiful tropical island each night. You may take yourself to enjoy the tranquillity of the mountains or chill out at a health spa.

However, after days, weeks or maybe even months of doing nothing but relax you would start creating challenges for yourself, you would create adventures with challenges such as evil villains, intent on world domination, whose fiendish plots you have to overcome.

I think this is borne out by the books we read or television shows / films we watch. Who would read a book where the lead character goes on holiday and does nothing but sunbathe, surf and have nights out? Successful fiction has villains, obstacles to overcome and tension.

This world is our dream. As such we have created a world with the oppressing archon and our struggle for freedom. At the end of the day, it is just a scenario we have created to help ourselves evolve.

Everything in the Universe, including the archon, is love. Evil does not really exist but is just a tool we created to help ourselves understand love. In the end there is no way we can lose this battle because we control both sides and when we have finished experiencing this reality, we shall just discard it and move on to whatever it is that we wish to do next.

I leave you in love.

First published 1st July 2019 with the following introduction.

Welcome to my first article.

My English teacher at school, once said that when studying a book, you should read the last page first and then go back to the beginning and read the book from the start. Apparently, by knowing how it will end, it takes the anticipation out of the reading and allows you to focus on the message of the book more easily, sort of like living in the now.

Therefore, in honour of Mr. Walton, who inspired me to write, I am starting this site with the ‘Epilogue’, unfortunately for you, having not read what precedes it, I doubt it will make any sense at all. The good news is, however, that if you wait another week I will be publishing one of my best, and most famous pieces, all about the three ‘B’s in politics.

Until next week.

I leave you in love.