Wednesday, November 2, 2011

From The Genesis of the path, a perspective on the The Great Return. Ancient civilizations like the Mayan, Aztec, Tibetan, Egyptian, Sumerian , and Persian anticipated a visit from their gods at regular intervals. In some sense, each one of their respective prophecies foretold of such events. When each one of them adhered to a similar if not identical view of The Great Return, would that qualify as mass delusion? Or as in the case of the myth of the Great Flood was it a shared remembrance of actual events occurring in the distant past?

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

The premise for the Genesis of the Path

A library once existed in Alexandria, Egypt. It contained the accumulated knowledge of the human race as well as its history. In the 2nd Century CE, it was burned to the ground by the Romans during their conquest of Egypt. From that point forward, human beings have been cut off from their roots. No one knows how many years of human history are unaccounted for. The best we can muster are educated... guesses. Legends about Atlantis and Lemuria, and the mythologies of Sumeria, Egypt, and Enoch, potentially fill in the blanks. Alien intervention offers a tantalizing wildcard to the mix. Truth Never Changes: Genesis of the Path retraces the steps backward. Then it shows the way forward. We are consumed with origins and conclusions, but we tend to forget what matters most is the time in-between.Now available on Amazon via Createspace and Kindle.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Sectarianism demands a division of purpose for a cause that could only be achieved through unity. Worship is idolatry. It is of no profit to a seeker of Truth. No one else is responsible for your illumination but you. Thus one who offers to serve as ‘intermediary’ between you and your ‘God’ warrants scrutiny; for ‘intermediaries’ are not required. If you’ve spent your life on your knees you’ve primed yourself to be a sacrifice to the god of someone else’s choosing.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Love's way

Love does insist upon its own way. It's only personal bias that demands compliance.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

The difference between knowledge and wisdom is application.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

In this context, to say that the glass is half-full or half-empty is the tactical ploy of a con-artist trying to sell you something. The perception that it is half-full or half-empty is an illusion. Moreover it is bone-dry unless one fills it oneself. In that way one controls the content of the glass.

Friday, January 28, 2011

End is Near

To say that ‘the end is near’ is too cryptic a phrase to make it a compelling statement.

Monday, January 24, 2011

The path

The avatars of pure intent have always said the easy path of desire is the false path. Therefore the implication is that nothing worthwhile ever comes effortlessly. Effort is required to achieve any goal worth achieving. The true path is most often the difficult path to traverse. It doesn’t take a genius to figure this out. But it takes the endurance of a marathon runner to make it to the end. Willful persistence and intestinal fortitude are noteworthy virtues. When the world expects you to give up or give in, if you can forge ahead, you will always be miles ahead of where you expect to be.