“Today, a young man on LSD realised that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration and that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively. There’s no such thing as death, life is only a dream and we are the imagination of ourselves. …Now here’s Tom with the weather.” Bill Hicks, US comedian, 1961-1994
The humour in this pithy observation is derived totally from the last sentence. The preceding two sentences appear to be the serious observations of someone from outside the mainstream viewpoint expressing a truly spiritual view of the mysteries of life. However, this illusion is shattered as we realise the words are being spoken by a mainstream TV anchor-man character as a link to the next section of the show. The absurdity of this should be apparent to all – it could never happen in the ‘real world’ as mainstream TV anchors do not says things of that nature and thus the joke is born from the contrast between reality and fantasy, as is much of our humour.
Bill Hicks was a unique comedian. Acid-tongued, uncannily accurate observations of life combined with deep spiritual knowledge and beliefs and a rare understanding of political realities, made him a huge draw with audiences all around the USA and eventually Britain. Of course, he never became a ‘super-celebrity’, a mega-star. For that to happen one must espouse views that totally conform to the mainstream otherwise one will never be allowed a platform for this ‘subversive’ approach. Hicks sadly died of cancer at the age of 32 and the world lost a true student of spirituality, a deep-thinking intellectual and someone who was able to bring an alternative view of the world to the masses through his insightful comedy shows. He constituted an extreme danger to those who try to enslave us all, as he had a huge following who hung upon his every word. In the light of this fact, could his cancer possibly have been natural or is it just feasible that it was given to him deliberately. There is no doubt that the technology to do this, exists and is often used against the overt opponents of the New World Order. Hicks also said, very aptly…
“The world is like a ride in an amusement park. And when you choose to go on it, you think it’s real because that’s how powerful our minds are. And the ride goes up and down and round and round. It has thrills and chills and it’s very brightly coloured and it’s very loud and its fun – for a while. Some people have been on the ride for a long time and they begin to question, is this real or is this just a ride? And other people have remembered, and they come back to us, they say, ‘Hey – don’t worry, don’t be afraid, ever, because, this is just a ride’… And then we kill those people.”
Some years ago, the famous actor Larry Hagman took part in an experiment to check-out the effects of the (highly illegal) Class A drug, LSD (LySergic acid Diethylamide). After imbibing the substance and waiting for its effects to manifest, he took an orange from the kitchen and cut it open. Its cellular structure was pulsing and it looked to him as though the cells were alternating between life and death, which seemed perfectly natural to him in his now highly conscious, altered-state. Looking up from his scrutiny of the pulsating orange, he saw his reflection in a mirror on the wall. He too, was pulsating. Cells were dying, whilst others were in the process of being re-born. An intricate picture of every cell in constant motion became apparent and he realised that he was a constant flow of energy as indeed, was everything else. The scope of this realisation widened with his conviction that: “I was part of everything and everything was part of me. Everything was living, dying and being reborn.”
His friend, who had not taken the drug, drove Hagman around Beverly Hills equipped with a sixteen millimetre camera with which he could zoom-in on plants, flowers and people and he found that their cells were also constantly pulsating and changing. This experience shares a number of similarities with near-death, out-of-body and certain shamanic experiences. These are usually intensely transforming and empowering and Hagman’s own experience was certainly no exception.
Besides self-insight, he also saw much more deeply into people’s emotions and how they were expressed through body and facial language. But most importantly, his view of life and death were profoundly altered by the experience. He realised that so-called ‘dying’ was actually only a transformation into another expression of the vast creative energy that underlies everything. He concluded that: “Death is just another stage of our development and we go on to different levels of existence.”
He believed he had an understanding of ‘God’ consciousness. Fear of man-made concepts of heaven and hell disappeared and he stopped worrying and indeed felt ‘at home’ in the universe. It was all so clear and so familiar.
Dangerous knowledge indeed. Can anyone think of a better reason for the illegality of LSD or any other so-called hallucinatory drug such as Psilocybin (the active ingredient of ‘magic’ mushrooms) or Ayahuasca for example?
So what exactly is Spirituality? It extends beyond an expression of religion or the practice of religion. The relationship between ourselves and ‘something greater’ compels us to seek answers about the infinite. During times of intense emotional, mental, or physical stress, man searches for transcendent meaning, often through nature, music, the arts, or a set of philosophical beliefs. This often results in a broad set of principles that transcends all religions.
While spirituality and religion remain different, sometimes the terms are used interchangeably and this lack of clarity in their definitions frequently leads to debates. Through certain actions, an individual may appear outwardly religious and yet lack any of the underlying principles of spirituality. In its broadest sense, spirituality may include religion for some, but still stands alone without a connection to any specific faith. In my view it is simply a belief that this Earth, this Universe, is not all there is. There is an unseen dimension that may or may not contain our God(s) but most certainly contains a spiritual entity or entities of some form of cosmic super-consciousness.
Whether this entity manifests as a ‘oneness’ or as individual elements, I believe that one thing is certain; we are indeed all one and the same being, part of the overall ‘one-consciousness’. We are all literally ‘brothers and sisters’ and inter-connected at the basic cellular level as is all matter in the Universe, whether sentient or non-sentient.
Consider this; the actual amount of ‘solid’ matter making up the entire Earth and everything in it, if all the empty space in atoms was removed, would consist of a blob of nuclear material about 1cm (0.4 inches) in diameter. But more mysterious still, the matter in the nucleus is also not solid as it appears, but consists of protons and neutrons with a huge percentage of empty space in-between them. And these protons and neutrons are made up of quarks containing yet more space. Quarks consist of neutrinos and even more space, but confusingly this space is also ‘made of’ neutrinos, but vibrating at a different rate to the matter that makes up the neutrinos.
Therefore the only difference between substance and nothing at all is the vibratory rate of the neutrinos. When experiments were performed to try to understand why the neutrinos would exist in one specific form one moment and another form entirely in the next, it was discovered that neutrinos always become what they are expected to become. So it has now been confirmed by default by mainstream science, what mystics throughout the ages have said all along; that matter is an illusion created by consciousness. The wave-particle duality model shows us that these particles are waves until they are observed. Simply observing the wave / particle changes the waves into particles and vice versa. The whole universe is nothing but a wave pattern that we make real with our awareness. Our bodies are our most personal physical creations, which reflect our thoughts, feelings, beliefs, attitudes, choices and decisions. This phenomenon was first brought to the attention of the world in 1935 by a physicist named Edwin Schrödinger in an hypothesis that has come to be known as ‘Schrödinger’s Cat’ whereby a cat in a box, can be both alive and dead at the same time, depending on the standpoint of the observer.
Every sensory experience, thought and emotion produces an electrical wave, which passes through every DNA molecule in the body. The structure of DNA is a closed spiral, a double-helix, which turns back on itself and also loops back the other way, so any wave that passes through it will travel in both directions simultaneously. The result is a scalar wave, an information wave that has no direction. When this wave is consciously experienced, it moves through the corpus callosum of the brain, which is itself in the shape of a Mobius strip, a strip that is twisted in the middle and coils back on itself, so any wave that passes through it undergoes a 180 degree phase change, which cancels out the wave stored in the DNA coil by destructive interference.
Any thought, feeling or sensory experience that is not fully conscious will remain as a wave within the DNA coil. The electrical wave then draws to itself a melanin-protein complex and forms a crystal. So every suppressed experience, thought or emotion is stored as a crystal in every DNA molecule in the body. So, the body is in effect, a three dimensional hologram, where each part of the DNA affects different parts of the body.
All life is connected and it is through our DNA that we broadcast and receive information. Our entire body is akin to a giant transmission and reception system being constructed through resonant frequencies. The Sun, Earth and ‘heavens’ are nothing more than illusions. They are frequencies being generated, from which our subconscious constructs and our conscious mind observes what we euphemistically believe to be ‘reality’. And this is the whole essence of the imprisonment of our minds as we are led to believe by our lords and masters that this five-sense universe is all there is and anyone who questions that fact must be deluded in the extreme. All dangerous knowledge such as this must be eradicated at all costs so that they can maintain their vice-like grip on our lives.