Yamar Prestarlight

4 Apr

”The world is changing. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air.”

         … and I am not alone. It is true – something is “afoot.”
         A lot of you sensed it, and even more of you sensed it and didn’t realize it. Many beings and much energy can’t just enter our reality without people being able to sense it. Assuming one is attuned to that sort of thing, of course.
         How could one scientifically prove the existence of something that can’t be touched, tasted, felt, heard, or seen? How could one scientifically disprove such an existant thing? Those of us who believe (some say “know”) that such things do exist, don’t need it to be scientifically proven, and have lots of evidence in the countless accounts of “phenomena” and “supernatural” stories told by countless people. There have been millions of people claiming to be a channel, or a prophet, to some degree or another. How could one scientifically prove the existence of a being, or a place, that can’t be touched, tasted, felt, heard, or seen? How can one, therefore, limit their view of “real” to what science can “prove”?
         It’s a rhetorical question. And I know there are those who can and do worship exclusively at the alter of science. Their loss, I think. If what I and those around me have sensed is true, this is a very exciting time. We are on the brink of radical change. (Radical in the mathematical sense.. as being the root of something, tho, also, for some, radical change will be radical in the other sense as well.)
         Change is an interesting thing, in terms of how one sees it.

”You’re going to find that a great many of the truths we cling to depend greatly on your own point of view.”

         You may experience radical change, and you may find that it’s hard, perhaps awful, and decide that it is bad. From a certain point of view, you will be right. But radical change is good. On the other hand, you may experience radical change and find it wonderful and vindicating. Radical change is good.

         Enuff of that babble. For now. My family is, once again, hot to start up their dream of a new sort of school. This time, of course, they are further along than ever before. They are writing grants to get money to start up The Village, which of course, is more than a school, and while it is a school, it’s the kind where everyone teaches and learns, and the heirarchy of student and teacher is, well, a thin grey line lets say. It takes a village to raise a child. And all it takes to start a new world, is a child, altho a village will make it even easier. As I said, wonderful and vindicating.

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2 Responses to “Yamar Prestarlight”

  1. Anonymous June 3, 2004 at 12:06 pm #

    big deal
    something is always afoot
    the world is always on the brink of radical change
    and always changing
    tell me something new
    the mind often feels things which aren’t there
    and often misses things that are
    to attribute this to something “beyond”
    seems to me to represent
    a lack of creativity
    to say that change is good
    is just as silly
    as to say that change is bad
    change is
    -*-

    • junorhane June 3, 2004 at 7:58 pm #

      Re: big deal
      to say that change simply is… seems to me to represent a lack of creativity.
      “the mind often feels things which aren’t there
      and often misses things that are”
      by what standard does one measure whether or not things “are there”? If the mind can miss things that “are there” (and I’m not disagreeing here) how would one go about finding said “there” thing?

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