Survival in the archon realm
Schrodinger's Forest Cat
There came a point in my research for this book when I understood that the Universe is created by our thoughts, however, there are other beings such as the archon who cannot create. At this point I did not understand exactly what the archon were, which caused me a dilemma.
Where do I draw the line between beings that can create and beings that can’t?
Is the line just under humans? i.e. are human the only beings that can create?
Is the line under animals? i.e. can animals also create?
Is the line under plants and if so what about one cell organisms? Do they go above or below the line and why?
Are rocks above or below the line?
Etc. etc. etc.
After much thought I decided the most likely place for the line to exist would be directly below humans. My reasoning went along the lines that the next logical place it could exist is under all animals. There is no logical place you could place it between any given two animals. It would make no sense for it to exist, for example, between cats and dogs. So, either all other animals can create or they all can’t.
Given I knew that the archon cannot create, this must mean that all animals, other than humans, cannot create. The line has to be drawn under humans.
I am now going to give a slight variation on Schrodinger’s Cat thought experiment and the tree falling in the forest with no observer. If you place a cat in a forest where no one observes it, does it exist, or is it in a possibility wave? From what I had reasoned above, if the line is drawn under humans, then the cat would have to be in a possibility wave.
Unfortunately, having had lived with cats my entire life this just didn’t ring true with me, so I was stuck in a dilemma, on the one hand the line logically has to sit just below humans, yet on the other, from my experience cats have souls, so the line must be somewhere below them.
This delayed my writings by a year as I struggled with this question. The main premise of my book is that the archon cannot create and are therefore trying to trick us into creating on their behalf. However, if they can create then everything that I am saying is wrong.
I started reading many books on how to talk with animals. By far the best being Animals and the Afterlife by Kim Sheridan. I had taken my mum and dad out on a day trip and was sat in a café waiting for them whilst reading this book. Now, there is a clue in the title of the book that any animal she introduces is going to die, which allows you to prepare yourself. She introduces the reader to a rat, of all creatures, named June. In the 25 pages she spent from first meeting the rat to its anticipated death, I grew so attached that when she described June’s death I burst into tears and had to hide in the cafe toilets out of embarrassment.
I also, over this year, realised that one of my close friends could talk with animals. I had come to understand, over the few months since Flora, my new cat companion, joined me, that she had something similar to downs syndrome. The first clue, for me, that my friend could speak with animals is that she immediately informed me about this when she first met Flora, where-as it had taken me months to recognise this fact.
What I learnt over this year is that there is a universal, telepathic, language, based on feelings and emotions, which all animals and some humans can speak.
Most humans, however, because of the constant chatter in their heads, of our language, do not hear this universal language.
The interesting realisation I had, once I understood this, is that many humans see animals as inferior and simple because we believe they can’t talk, whilst the truth is that we humans are the only beings that actually can’t speak the universal language and communicate with every other living being. Maybe it is actually humans who are the inferior and simple ones.
The importance of what I am saying, is that before we developed spoken language we could not lie as communication was telepathic. Everyone else understood exactly what we were feeling. Lying is a side effect of the spoken human languages which the archon have encouraged us to use. The Universe does not understand lying and treats everything that we say and think, as the truth.
I now understood that I had been totally wrong. The cat in the forest did exist. This meant that the archon could create. Things were not looking good for my book.
This discussion will conclude later in the year.
First published 9th September 2019 with the following introduction:
Part one of a new discussion this week on the effects of truth and lies on the Universe around us.
I always decided that I would launch my writings properly when the general election was called. My election articles are probably the most original out of all my discussions, so I want to try sending them to other alternative websites whilst election fever grips the UK.
To give myself the highest chance of getting these websites to take them on I need to clean up the wording / grammar of all articles on the website and also make the website coherent by completing articles on the two laws of the Universe and what the archon are.
Any budding English language bods out there who wish to help clean up an article or two please let me know.
The next couple of weeks will, therefore, be a bit sporadic when articles come out, whilst I complete this task. Please like the facebook page to get notifications of when articles are ready.
Normal Monday night service will resume in a couple of weeks.
Until next time.
I leave you in love.