Changing course mid-stream


Thoughts for day…

1. When I first heard the concept of reality stream jumping at a conference in February 2012, I didn’t really understand it. The All-Time concept was a bit sketchy as well. I mean, I knew the theories but could think of no practical application of them and couldn’t see how they’d be accomplished in any case. It’s something I openned my mind to finding answers to at the time and slowly but surely, the information has come flowing my way.

2. History can be changed mid-stream with nothing more dramatic happening than a change in focus or frequency. One’s own or even the planet’s. Connected as all things are and human minds are, we can still be focussed in unending different reality streams. Hence, changing time streams personally does not necessarily affect the people in your life or they you. If the planet should do so for whatever reason – and she does, you may as well just hang on and enjoy the ride. She does not require your input, but she will take you wherever her focus should wander. People rarely notice it though. Only the rare ones who are open to multiple channels at once yet, interestingly, not schizophrenic. I’ve been hearing from some of them recently. You’re not crazy if you remember the past differently from someone else, especially not if you have the evidence in hand. It’s odd, but the evidence is often allowed to remain. Go figure.

3. Michel de Nostradame made some interesting observations about our time after he asked the communicator some questions about it out of pure curiousity:

a. He was thrilled that people in our time often care about the feelings and well being of animals, even seeking to communicate with them and acknowleg that they have souls; things not done in his time.

b. He didn’t understand the concept of innoculating for diseases. He said the potential for diseases existed in us at all time but it took harsh self-judgement to activate them in most cases. Some sort of self-imposed Karma. He couldn’t understand how such a scientifically advanced society could fail to understand this.

c. His karma, he felt, was in relaying the information he’d received to those who could use it to change the time stream for the better. He realized he made his quatrains too difficult for the average person to understand and wanted to clarify them so to clear his conscience of this fact. He was amusingly quite amazed that NOone really understood them. Most of the educated guesses various scholars had made were wrong, though some less than others. His mustache literally bristles and quivers while he’s being annoyed about it.

d. When asked how he thought the Communicator and the Recievers were going to use the information he gave them to change the time stream, he explained that it was a matter of changing focus, mood, intent. Time follows currents. Change the current. Naturally, he said so in far more complicated terms but this time, despite his convoluted way of saying things, I actually understood him.

e. Something else… He was talking about the war against the Anti-Christ, whose foot soldiers are “people” like ISIS. He warned that all of the people who are endangered from the Anti-Christ and his soldiers MUST band together to fight them. If they divide, they will lose. WE will lose. He was especially worried about Christians not being willing to work with the others. He saw a strong likihood of that happening. This is a message I’ve already tried to pass on. Mentioning it here again just in case it helps.

4. Questions for my religious friends:

a. What if you found it that what you know about your religions’ god, avatar, or historical details were not accurate, maybe even fictionalized entirely? What if you found out they were myths or fables?  Don’t forget the purpose of myths and fables.

b.  What if you found out your “god” was really an alien, a fellow creation just more advanced?  Or that your prophet was really just a con man with evil intent, portraying himself as holy just to get power as have been so many cult leaders?

c. Would you fall apart?

d. Would it help for you to know that the spiritual messages were true even if the physical ones were not? And are you confident you would know the difference?

e.  How do you know what’s real and what matters?

f. Would it comfort you to know that myths, no matter how wild, contain deep truths encapsulated like a pupae in a chrysallis until such time as it’s ready to emerge as the butterfly it really is?

g. Are you ready to fly with that?

5. I find it interesting that so many of the strictly religious don’t believe in spiritual things beyond what they’d been told by their religious doctrine or authorities and even manage to ignore what they are actually told.  How do they manage that?  To me that sound like a very confusing mind set.  Magic and miracles are one in the same, as is our very existence.  It seems really obvious to me.

Then again, maybe I’m just weird.  Plenty have told me so.

6.  I write these things as I learn them in the hope of remembering what matters, of sharing, of exchanging notes with others, of clarifying them to myself as well.

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About Ampbreia

I'm an ex-Pentacostal, ex-Muslim, ecclectic Agnostic with slightly Wiccan leanings. I am not affiliated with any organized religion or political platform, but I do believe in magic and all things wise and wonderful. I work as an admin in a calibration lab. I've published 2 books so far this year: Lost in Foreign Passions: Love and betrayal, passion and loss in the heart of an alien land (a memoir of my time as a Muslimah and living in Iran for a year), written under my previous married name, Debra Kamza, and Dream Lover (a paranormal romance, the tale of witch that summons her favorite character out of a Bewitched spin-off and the actor who plays him as well). I'm constantly writing stories and poems, thoughts and dreams, and quite a few opinions - many of which are not popular but oh well. Bite me. I'm interested in art, animals, the paranormal, and people. I love to dance, all sorts, but have been studying belly dance since 2006 and LOVE it! I love anime too and love dressing up and going to conventions. My writing runs the gummut of historical, science fiction, fantasy, romance, and erotica. Beware: I may not be safe reading for work. Just saying....
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2 Responses to Changing course mid-stream

  1. These are some fascinating observations and hypothetics, as always. I arrive at the same assessment of ISIS, as Nostradamus would have. The leader was, after all, born in Mesopotamia, as was foretold in the Bible.
    As for religious interpretations, Baha’u’llah wrote that every word of Scripture has one and seventy meanings, thus allowing for multiple interpretations. One rule is universal: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

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  2. utopiacat says:

    This is in relation to another post, but you really shouldn’t give American Sniper a pass. Chris Kyle was notorious for professing his love of killing to his friends, he lied about punching Jesse Ventura in his book, and he’s generally just a fucking asshole in the interviews. And are you forgetting that the movie started with video of 9/11? Implying that’s a justifiable reason to launch a full scale cross continental invasion of another country? Radical Islam is terrible I agree….but that’s beside the point…but 9/11 was an inside job for sure.

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