“You may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one…”
Yes, more than one quote in this compilation post. The topic is to follow ways (from conflicting sources), to interpret what the unconscious mind (or the Akashic records — regarded as a cloud for humanity), would give you in sensorial experiences (at and above the modern five levels) thus feeding your cognitive desire, your thirst to know and understand. Things that matter.
In 1913, Jung broke with Freud, who had been an important mentor for many years. It was a scary and traumatic experience for Jung. He was leaving the popular authority of his time; he was leaving a system of dream interpretation, a body of techniques, ideas, and theories of analysis. Shortly after disconnecting his life’s work from Freudian psychology and setting out on his own, he had a dream-like vision while alone on a journey, a foreboding drama that seemed to predict a disaster.
“In October, while I was alone on a journey, I was suddenly seized by an overpowering vision: I saw a monstrous flood covering all the northern and low-lying lands between the North Sea and the Alps. When it came up to Switzerland I saw that the mountains grew higher and higher to protect our country. I realized that a frightful catastrophe was in progress. I saw mighty yellow waves, the floating rubble of civilization, and the drowned bodies of uncounted thousands. Then the whole sea turned to blood.”
Corroborating with the press and politics of the epoch, World War One was already in the air, any reasonable person could have figured that out only by reading the newspapers. We know today that Jung had had experienced more signals because he had the method and talent to structure, analyse and interpret his dreams. Undocumented similar premonitions should have been at least as common as the public tension between the two major blocks in Europe. However, other gentlemen, ladies and fellow peasants had less academic background to systematize their sensing.
Inviting you to watch this seemingly short video, less than half an hour, before trying a parallel and a speculation, or two.
Okay, have a cup of green tea. No milk added. And a coffee, no cream added. Think!
A. The Carl Jung version of an imminent decimating conflict, where only NATO nations are affected and in the wake of which China would rule the world. Hmm, sounds too much like 20th Century scaremongering. I don’t buy it. Not that this means anything in realpolitik.
B. The Elon Musk version, let us first refresh it, in short.
Humans must prioritise the colonisation of Mars so the species can be conserved in the event of a third world war, SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk said on Sunday.
War case scenarios, yet again. Why do human-collectives ‘love’ war so much?
C. The Ben Rich ingredient stimulates our neurons with the following quotes.
At a Defense Week symposium on future space systems in Washington, D.C., on September 20, 1983, he said, “Unfortunately, I cannot tell you what we have been doing for the last 10 years. It seems we score a breakthrough at the Skunk Works every decade, so if you invite me back in 10 years I’ll be able to tell you what we are doing [now]. I can tell you about a contract we recently received. The Skunk Works has been assigned the task of getting E.T. back home.” The audience laughed, as it was meant to do.
Intentionally, I picked this quote from a non-UFO, mainstream friendly source. Read the entire article ‘debunk.’ My take would be that, if Ben Rich was just kidding, if there is no substance whatsoever behind his jokes, then let’s wonder about the following.
1. If the best we can do nowadays, in the late 2010s, is to fly jet engines invented in the 1930s and to shoot rockets first tested in the 1940s, then our brightest minds (rocket science after all) have wasted almost a century of history along with so many trillions and trillions of dollars.
2. If the shuttle has been discontinued, NASA hesitates to go back to the Moon, etc., then all that our civilization has to offer, as top notch, state of the art, space technology is what you have been fed by the mainstream: jet planes from the 1930s and space rockets from the 1940s – the Nazi version of steampunk.
3. If you still believe 1. and 2. then stop wasting your time on this topic. But if not, then you’ve probably heard of Nikola Tesla – the true steampunk hero!
Starting from Carl Jung’s dreams, comparing the alt-news predictions about halving the populations of crucial countries in the next seven years, adding the grain of salt of a possible psycho-war (read propaganda if you’ve been born in the late century) but not discarding it entirely (why pay the shills if there would be nothing worth shilling for), and summing it all up within the one keyword – WAR – one may arrive to a few random reasonings.
1. When the Majestic ones will bring disclosure to the public, it’s not in their character to come up with a mea culpa, sorry for keeping you in the dark for seventy years, have a levitating skateboard for free and stop paying the energy bill because we’ve already made enough money out of your miserable lives. This is not how it works. Major events come to the unsuspecting public in the form of wars, fake wars being the best part of this tragic ruse because a fake war would register minimal casualties. But ‘war’ seems to be the ‘currency’ that the powers that be love to sell and which hoi polloi understand to buy. Sigh.
2. An alien invasion, an actual one, not the decoys set in place by the military to carry psycho wars on behalf of the masters of the universe.
3. A panicky population agreeing to mass colonize (for a fleet, see Ben Rich not Elon Musk; British steamers were much more effective than Spanish galleons) other planets and their moons, to leave behind homes and cats and dogs — this would spare our dreams from the rivers of blood, from a world war type death toll.
Honestly, I don’t dream of blood and gloom, I trust in God and His wisdom, not in humans who keep building killer robots, cloning monkeys, merging cyborgs and other bionic hybrids, fluctuating the shekel, struggling to silence free thinkers, and whatever thinkable and unthinkable things (none of them mentionable).
Why don’t I believe in a planetary scale natural calamity? Because I trust these lines in Genesis 9:8-17.
And God speaketh unto Noah, and unto his sons with him, saying,
‘And I, lo, I am establishing My covenant with you, and with your seed after you,
and with every living creature which is with you, among fowl, among cattle, and among every beast of the earth with you, from all who are going out of the ark — to every beast of the earth.
And I have established My covenant with you, and all flesh is not any more cut off by waters of a deluge, and there is not any more a deluge to destroy the earth.’
And God saith, ‘This is a token of the covenant which I am giving between Me and you, and every living creature that is with you, to generations age-during;
My bow I have given in the cloud, and it hath been for a token of a covenant between Me and the earth;
and it hath come to pass (in My sending a cloud over the earth) that the bow hath been seen in the cloud,
and I have remembered My covenant which is between Me and you, and every living creature among all flesh, and the waters become no more a deluge to destroy all flesh;
and the bow hath been in the cloud, and I have seen it — to remember the covenant age-during between God and every living creature among all flesh which is on the earth.’
And God saith unto Noah, ‘This is a token of the covenant which I have established between Me and all flesh that is upon the earth.’