'Presences' Chapter


It’s a burning world. The whole thing. The Greeks weren’t wrong when they said the world started in fire. If our consciousness arose from our being able to have bodies, and we can have bodies because of the structure of our DNA, then our consciousness literally arose from the earth. It’s fire. If our DNA did use the earth as the frame for itself, who says our consciousness didn’t originate from it as well?

So if you sense presences, you do and that’s in order. Anyone, if they focus their awareness right, can sense the presence of these “spirits”.

“Where’er we tread ’tis haunted, holy ground.” Lord Byron (English Romantic poet and satirist, 1788-1824)

“One need not be a chamber to be haunted; One need not be a house; The brain has corridors surpassing; Material place.” Emily Dickinson (American Poet who has been called the New England mystic, 1830-1886)

Sensing Presence

We probably all know someone who everyone else thinks is crazy, because they think the whole world is haunted. Well, this crazy person is both wrong and right. Everything in nature has the same sort of presence we do, and… Seek More

Earth Energy

Is anyone familiar with ley lines or dragon lines? It’s been observed that these earth energy paths tend to preserve human imprints. There are both more residual haunting, and even more intelligent haunting, observed in these regions. Now the Nazca… Seek More

The Great Web

Consciousness seems to exist both individually, and as a collective. Holographic consciousness, pattern in a pattern in a pattern, fractals, and also represented in mandalas. The field of consciousness is almost a terrain by which operant agents of consciousness move… Seek More