Article - Laura Knight-Jadczyk
How deep does the rabbit hole go?
Well, it's getting pretty deep and fascinating around here, for sure! After a break of several days, during which time we had a houseguest from Europe, (and more coming next week!) I am now back to writing at the very point where things are going to get super interesting! At the same time, current events are quite instructive, so I often find myself intertwining the lessons of the present with the lessons of the past in this series.
As it happens, our houseguest is a brilliant theoretician and programmer, and plans have been in the works for some time for a collaboration on certain aspects of Ark's theoretical work. During the past ten days, a significant breakthrough was accomplished after just a few days of high voltage brain storming. And again, as is the general dynamic, it seems that each breakthrough we make in unravelling the secrets of the Matrix, the Matrix itself attempts to damp the expansion of knowledge through its agents. It is downright uncanny how that works! The members of our research team and discussion group regularly marvel at how each amplification of the wave of knowledge produces a reaction from the Control System. If nothing else, this evident correlation convinces us that we are definitely onto something!
Considering this element, I want to call the reader's attention back to the remarks of Mr. Colin Bennett who described in the previous chapter, the crypto-geographic personalities as "living, breathing, huge animated forms which have the ability to penetrate human awareness the way ivy weaves through an old house." These suprahuman forms are "quite conscious, aware, and active." These unnamed dramatis personae demonstrate over and over again that humans are not lords of creation but part of an evolving chain of being, shading from 'solid' to almost nothing. This chain consists of animal, vegetable and mineral domains, all of which have dynamic anthropomorphic elements that we ignore at our peril. Bennett rightly observed that such beings "speak" through simulacra and weather, atmosphere and geology, coincidence and dream, and that human beings are poised between the animal kingdoms and the realms of the gods. He also noted that these connections between environment and social character, motivation, etc, are evidence of supra-human agendas.
It seems that Colin Bennett is aware of something that many others do not seem to consider as a possibility: the evidence of hyperdimensional beings. And, of course, if this hypothesis is correct, without such a theoretical understanding of it, there is no possibility of man becoming free of this Control System. What Mr. Bennett does not, however, address, is the manner in which these hyperdimensional beings create and utilize seemingly ordinary human beings as simulacra, and they "speak" through these "agents of the Matrix" the same way they "speak" through weather, geological events, dreams, and so forth. And through these "simulated humans" they manifest their supra-human agendas.
I have discussed the fact that the materialistic human mind, operating with the Juvenile Dictionary, has great difficulty grasping these concepts because when hundreds or thousands of people are simultaneously experiencing such phenomena that obviously defy our presently accepted laws of time and space, the mind simply boggles at what seems to be a "program" that MUST be a logistical nightmare. Terry addressed this question to the Cassiopaeans at one point:
Of course, after such an answer, I began to think of the whole problem in strictly ethereal terms, something that traps a lot of researchers. The Cassiopaeans disabused me of that notion!
One has to wonder why the Cassiopaeans put "nuts and bolts" in quotes? It was only much later, as I was gathering this material together for this series, that I realized the connection. You see, May 25th is Maynerd Most' birthday. Four years later, just prior to a series of events that we will soon recount, on the Feast Day of St. Mary Magdalen, Penitent, at a session attended by six women members of our discussion group, (seven, including myself), Mr. Most was discussed specifically, and we here discover another clue that relates to the "nuts and bolts" remark that was put in quotes to set it apart for special notice.
"Nuts and bolts?" "Recharge his batteries?" Just exactly what are the Cassiopaeans getting at here? It is astonishing in retrospect, that at the '96 session we were discussing the exact "theory" proposed by Maynerd Most as the only "acceptable" explanation for alien abductions, and the remark about "nuts and bolts" was made as a "clue for the future" time when we would come back to the subject again, as a result of the remarks of Most. Were the C's suggesting that Maynerd Most is the Energizer Bunny of Attack robots? Mr. Most has recently opined about the present series:
When the ideas presented in this series convey nothing to a person, we may suppose that "If a head and a book come into collision and the resulting sound is a hollow one, the fault need not necessarily be that of the book!" [Lichtenberg, adapted]
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