Article - Laura Knight-Jadczyk
We come now to a subject of immense importance: Psychopaths as "alien reaction machines,"which directly relates to what we have all been learning from the activities of "Frank Scott", Maynerd Most and others we will meet as the series progresses. As noted in the previous chapter: intolerance and cruelty are NEEDED to guarantee the "cover-up." A certain kind of "human being" acts on behalf of this cover-up; a certain kind of human who is a playing piece in the Secret Games of the Gods.
Allow me to bring your attention back to certain remarks of Gurdjieff that point out to us the danger, both from the activities of these "automatons," as well as our own reactions to them:
In the process of coming to some understanding of how such individuals operate, based on the latest research, as well as our own experiences, I hope to clarify some of the "rules" they play by so that the reader will be better equipped to spot them and deal with them. It is clear from the correspondence we have been receiving that this sort of encounter is a lot more frequent than any of us would like to think, and it is only going to get worse in the coming years, as the reader will soon see.
But, before we begin to analyze the playing pieces themselves, let me give a little outline of what seems to have been the emergence of "games" in the sense that we are coming to understand them: that they are part of the process of preventing humanity from having the knowledge needed to effectively deal with our reality, and that the moves of this game have been made over millennia in cyclic Time Loops very likely via Time Travel.
Shamanism, as we noted, seems to be the closest we can get to the clues about hypothesized archaic technology. We may be certain that it is corrupted by millennia of changes, and it is important to remember that it is only clues; we cannot take any of the activities at face value.
Let me try to give an example: in the myths of Hermes, we find a "god" who has sandals which enable him to fly. He also has a helmet of invisibility. The question we ought to ask is: Why would ancient peoples have suggested that a god needed to put something on his head to be invisible or something on his feet to fly?
Remember, other gods didn't need these things... they were "gods," after all, and could do as they liked.
So, where the heck did these objects come from? And that is not to say that we ought to think that sandals were what did it nor a helmet. The point is, the myth tells us that some sort of object conferred the ability. It was technology.
I thought about that for a long time. The objects, as they were, didn't make any sense; but what did make sense was that the concept of some sort of device was vaguely remembered and was being conveyed in these objects.
In reference to our Grail Hallows, we think of the Sword/lance and the cup/platter. A sword is a death dealing instrument, right? Well, so is a gun. So is a "death ray." A gun makes a big noise, so maybe guns or similar items that made noise and flashes of light were converted by ancient peoples who had lost their understanding of technology into lightning bolts or something noisy. But a sword, in the terms of the Grail hallows is obviously something different. In fact, a sword, a lance, and a shepherd's crook all somewhat resemble antennae. Just imagine Grandpa describing to the grandchild an antennae that picks up signals and transmits them.
What about the dish? How about a satellite dish? Something that collects energy?
A cup or cauldron? The oldest representations are "wells" and the "cauldron of regeneration." How about a chamber into which the energy is directed which heals or rejuvenates or even enables one to travel in time?
How much plainer do the myths have to make it?
In the most ancient of tribal societies, post-diluvian we must assume, the shaman was an extremely important figure. He combined the function of diviner, medicine-man and mediator between the worlds of humans and transcendental powers. And what is important is the fact that the shaman held this position long before the creation of established priesthoods and colleges of "magical technicians" such as astrologers, geomants, and augurs.
Another important thing to remember was that the shaman's role was hereditary. There are more recent local variations, but the most ancient remnants of shamanism demonstrate that, in archaic times, it was wholly hereditary. There are examples of Siberian shamanism found throughout the world, including many examples of Native American shamanism being of the same type. The features include a separation from normal society and powers that enable the shaman to see beings and events beyond the boundaries of normal space and time.
In shamanic variations where inheritance no longer is of main importance, there is an element that gives us a small clue to the processes of corruption. In these types of shamanism, the shaman is "initiated," instead of born. In most such instances, the prospective shaman is led up a local holy mountain or goes to some desolate place. At the appropriate place and time, he is given his clothing of office, drum and stick, and then swears an oath to the elder shaman responsible for his instruction. The elder reveals to him the secrets of his shamanic calling, and teaches him rituals, and at the end, he is sprinkled with blood from a sacrificial animal, and often dons the skin of the flayed beast.
In the oldest and purest forms, there was no initiation. Shamanism was handed from father to son or mother to daughter, with instruction being given from birth. Initiation was of almost no importance, and bloodline was supreme. The Altai shamans received their "initiations" spontaneously from higher sources, without ceremony.
We also note the connection between this hereditary shamanism and the Vatis or shaman-diviner of Britain. Here, too, there was no initiation. Bards and Druids WERE initiated, the Bard being the recipient of transmitted discipleship, and the Druid being the recipient of transmitted priesthood. The Vatis, however, was outside this initiatory activity. The Vatis was "born." He was not a traditionalist or a fundamentalist. He was a person who was open to everything new that might be worthwhile, and thereby improved and increased his art in response to the changing environment.
The shaman was also known to journey out of the body. These travels were said to be both physical as well as astral. In this way, he was able to become personally familiar with the many landscapes of the physical and ethereal worlds. While on these travels, the shaman was able to converse with the denizens of the non-material worlds and to gain knowledge and accumulate energies that were valuable to themselves and to the tribe. Because of his ability to travel "into the air," so to say, the shaman was often represented as a bird. The bird symbolized the "out of body" experience, or "flight." We should note that among the most ancient depictions of the Mother Goddess are statuettes that portray her with the head of a bird.
The direct communication with other realms of existence is the oldest form of divination. It was later corrupted to formalized systems in an attempt to give the same "powers" to people who were not of the shamanic bloodline. Divination stands in an uneasy relationship with formalized religion as we know it. The reason for this is the fact that religions of our experience are based on the concept of Divine Providence and stability of our world. Divination cannot be tolerated by such a system because of its elements of uncertainty and the possibility of a result that contradicts the wishes of the priesthood.
As formal religion was established, divination was transferred from the bloodline seers of other realms to that of the divine, accessible only by the approved priesthood. It was at this point that the grid, or checker board became the symbol of the diviner. This grid is found in association with ancient representations of many gods and saints. The stag-gods of Mesopotamia, central Asia and Europe, all represent the conversion from the hereditary shamanism to the priestly shaman as intermediary between the people and the god who, by this symbol of the grid, had dominion over space and time. The Urim and Thummim of ancient Judaism is a case in point.
Whether hereditary or priestly, divination assumes that hyperdimensional powers express themselves, or control, our reality. This viewpoint was criticized as early as the first century AD, by the Roman statesman, Seneca who wrote:
The C's have given some fascinating clues about these matters which I will insert at this point. I expect the reader will be able to make all kinds of connections.
We see in the above the amazing juxtaposition of "Avian, " or "birdlike," with "Templar." The Templars were designated in certain of the Grail legends as "guardians of the grail." So again we find a connection between the Holy Grail and a thread that travels back in time to Central Asia and Stonehenge.
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