Tuesday, August 4, 2009

A visit from old mental friends.

Some recommended tune age.



I'm sitting here listening to Soundlessdawn's Spontaneous DNA, The Rapture, and The Rise to Fourth Density.I trying to think about how I can jump into this. 2001 was a very special year for me. I do feel like something happened. 911? Maybe...All signs point there. All I really know is that I was there. And shit was weird as hell at the time. It all started between 1999 lasted up to a moment in 2001 where I began having the "visions". In 1999 my artwork really took off. People liked it. Some were creeped out by it and my uncle got goosebumps when I showed him a drawing called "death parade", which I threw out. A series of experiences culminated to what I can only describe as a "sketchy, hyper, paranoid vision quest".

To save a bunch of bad noise I'll sum up my point with an new TED video that I'm still in awe of.

Water destiny


-We are closer to the water than evolution can explain.
-The forbidden tree was above the water.
-We lost a large portion of our life span when we became upright "fulltime" oxygen breathers.

Here is a video for the anyone who can feel what I'm saying...


I have large amount of proof to back the claim. If my first hunch is correct then the current human condition is evidence of reverse evolution. Back to our better selves. We were there in shambala. Then we got greedy and came out of the water womb that is all our mother. Mom Earth gave birth to us. And we strayed to far from her. She is Eden. And those Angels with the spinning swords are a metaphor for our adaptation. What genetic research is planning to prove soon is what exactly took place in our evolution. I believe that we will learn the benefits of living under water once again.

We will adapt and return knowing that Eden was in front of our eyes....
Paradise is on the horizon...
for all who are ready to give up and start fresh...
Basically die and be reborn....

Close your eyes and imagine the ease and grace of life under water. The potential painlessness, decreased wear and tear of the joints, and many other benefits. The most important one is the amount of oxygen we take in now; versus when we were submerged with gills and such.

Perhaps there is some hidden meaning to the appendix.
Perhaps it has DNA ready and waiting to activate our gills.

Perhaps....perhaps....

1 comment:

ViølatoR said...

Thats a fantastic TED video, but then TED videos usually are! I've read about the aquatic theory before, but it was nice to hear some well put together ideas on the subject.