Coping: The UrbanSurvival “Strange Dept.”

Schedule note:  This morning’s report will be shorter than usual because I have a pretty demanding schedule today.  For one, I need to take the old Beechcrate down for service to an airport about 45 miles south of us.  There, Mark the Mechanic will do his magic (mostly paperwork) making sure we’re good for another year of flying by the book.  After that, a couple of subscriber issues to take care of, a conference call this afternoon, and work on Peoplenomics for tomorrow morning.  It will focus on real estate and how much dough to sink into your home; always a delicate balance.

Several comments have come in regarding my wife (Elaine’s) experience with the fleeting “cloud”.  Included were a couple of medical professionals.  So just to make sure we’re on the same page, here, let me describe why she called it a “cloud.”

She was standing in the kitchen, watching television, and this “cloud” the size of a beach ball appeared in front of her.    As she turned her head and eyes to the side, the cloud didn’t move.  This is a key medical note because with a visual hallucination, when you turn your eyes or body parts, the hallucination tends to move with the body.  But this one didn’t.  And when she brushed it away, then turned to the microwave to see if something was on fire, and turned back, there was nothing there.

There were also no feelings (no tingly or anything else) and no emotional reactions (goose bumps, or any of that) and no change in mental state.

We used to joke often about what Panama called “the companions” who he and a friend of his experienced while looking after the house for us, once upon a time.  It was a series of distinct footsteps going through the house and freaked them out, but this cloud thing was different.

There also don’t seem to be any lingering effects.  As we talked about it Monday afternoon, it didn’t have any of the “creeped out” feeling that she {still} has from her ‘teleported at nighty’ experience.  That was the one where she went to sleep on the sofa (watching TV) a few months back, and found herself awake and in bed…with no recall of how she got there.  Yeah, not that is a strange one.

The Headache Questions Explained

Thank you for all the answers to the headache questions.   My reason for asking will now be explained and why I wanted to collect some baseline answers before I rolled out the background of a rather amazing story.

The first thing I need to do is put out a disclaimer:  The following deals with religious matters and I don’t make any claims, except that I report things that come my way because I think they are of general interest.  I know a lot of people (all over the world) who are in – how to say this? – the field of light working.  So with that in mind, here’s the tale and I’ll keep this as short as I can….

The world as we know it seems to exist on two levels. There is the hard and fast Newtonian level where apples and gravity get along fine.  And then there is a not-so-firm level where intent makes things occur, where subtle energy, emotions, religions and all that “other” live.

The tale that came my way from a light worker recently comes from someone I would consider a trusted spiritual advisor.  Although this person has a different worldview/belief set than I do, I trust their integrity completely.

What the person explained, in so many words, is that over the past couple of months, they had run into 3 cases where women were beset with headaches (top/back of head) that were similar to, but different than the ‘conventional’ kinds of demonic possessions this person has dealt with many times in the past.

The assertion was that there was an alliance between certain people/humans with non-human/alien/etheric entities that had developed tools for monitoring humans that crossed the bounds of conventional physics as we know them.

In the this worldview, there was a new kind of ‘thing’ out and about that was sort of crab-like in appearance and which would wrap itself around the back of a person’s etheric head and could be used to monitor or suggest thoughts without a person being aware of it.

A quick Wikipedia quote here, since none of this etheric stuff is made up on my part:

The etheric body, ether-body, æther body, a name given by neo-Theosophy to a vital body or subtle body propounded in esoteric philosophies as the first or lowest layer in the “human energy field” or aura.[1] It is said to be in immediate contact with the physical body, to sustain it and connect it with “higher” bodies.

The English term “etheric” in this context seems to derive from the Theosophical writings of Madame Blavatsky, but its use was formalised by C.W. Leadbeater[2] and Annie Besant[3] due to the elimination of Hindu terminology from the system of seven planes and bodies. (Adyar School of Theosophy).

The term gained some general popularity after the 1914-18 war, Dr.Walter John Kilner having adopted it for a layer of the “human atmosphere” which, as he claimed in a popular book, could be rendered visible to the naked eye by means of certain exercises.[4]

The classical element Aether of Platonic and Aristotlean physics continued in Victorian scientific proposals of a Luminiferous ether as well as the cognate chemical substance ether. According to Theosophists and Alice Bailey the etheric body inhabits an etheric plane which corresponds to the four higher subplanes of the physical plane. The intended reference is therefore to some extremely rarefied matter, analogous in usage to the word “spirit” (originally “breath”). In selecting it as the term for a clearly defined concept in an Indian-derived metaphysical system, the Theosophists aligned it with ideas such as the prana-maya-kosha (sheath made of prana, subtle breath or life-force) of Vedantic thought.

In popular use it is often confounded with the related concept of the astral body as for example in the term astral projection – the early Theosophists had called it the “astral double”. Others prefer to speak of the “lower and higher astral”.

And so it’s in this world that these trans-dimensional “crabs” were seen as causing the grief for these three women that my source had been dealing with.

(I did mention that this was going on into weird this morning, didn’t I?)

So the light worker’s investigation continued and turns out that these crabby-etheric thingies were “drones” that were being used experimentally by (won’t say which) government and the headache cases were from a group of techs who were “playing” with things they should not have been.

The solution was simply to work back up the etheric food chain, to the source, but then my source admonished me in an area that was most peculiar.

“George, there are generally two kinds of people – those who pray to G-d directly and those who pray through an intermediary, like Jesus/Yahweh.  When someone prays directly its like on the internet having an “open spiritual IP address” that can be traced back.  That was the case with the three women.  The other way, is praying through Jesus/Yahweh and that seems to act (spiritually) as a kind of firewalled “router” at the spiritual level.”

To wrap up the tale, all the women involved (with the headaches) had been a) recently praying for someone quite intently and b ) were “praying direct” rather than using the firewalled/router.

I realize this is a fantastic tale to relate and I make no claims as for the source except I have known the source of the report for a good period of time and find them 100% trustworthy in spiritual matters.  And, having had what’s developing into a slow-motion list of items in my personal life that go beyond the realm of Newtonian reductionism, I thought you’d find it an interesting tale.

And now – if any of the folks that had experienced odd headaches fit this pattern, well THAT would make for a most interesting follow-up case report.

It’s easy for critics of monotheistic religions to point at various profits and, in a reductionist sense, argue that they are expressions of egoism making claims to higher powers.  But I daresay until this week, I hadn’t considered the spiritual firewall proposal…and thought I’d offer it up for consideration.

It might explain why a good number of people who go off on extreme religious fasts end up with various mental side effects.  It may be like trying to plug a Commodore 64 into the backbone of the ‘net.


OK…off to a grinding schedule as soon as I run through the news section…

More Thursday morning here and tomorrow morning for Peoplenomics reader.  Write when you break even…