30 April, 2012
Amoebic life forms, (sylphs), as depicted in a photo taken by Trevor James Constable (far below) shows how varied are sentient intelligences on this planet. Who can tell which allegiance intelligence is directed, either toward Ahrimanic deception or Source inception; hell or heaven.
Goethe famously remarked,
Most of us claim we are above the superstitions of our predecessors, or generations past.
But few know, let alone have met, the
devil. Even if they meet him face-to-face he would deceive us,
primarily because he is often dressed as a friend, a lover, a
parent, a leader or an angel. The greatest magic the devil ever
performed was for us to believe he doesn't exist.
Few believed such a pessimistic tone, but for the majority of the 20th and early 21st centuries, this revelation is more accurate than any other. But such evil has been extant from time immemorial and will only be vanquished at the time of the Apocalypse (revelation of truth).
The apocalypse, as predicted in most Abrahamic religions, is an end-of-times, and is currently unfolding before our eyes across the globe.
But these end-times are not of fire and brimstone, but of divine revelation of what has been hidden:
This apocalypse must be discerned from the Apocalypse of the Illuminati, who use microwaves to transmit spurious telepathic message to 'channellers', HAARP frequencies to induce earthquakes where 'lost' artifacts are found and for the arrival of the messiah through Project Blue Beam.
Discernment is a priori in this
labyrinthine 'mindfield' we find ourselves in these last few years
Along his journeys to meet this unfortunate destiny, he meets with the mythical sphinx, a human-animal sylph who asks him the famous question,
In getting the answer right (solving the riddle of life), Oedipus is free to continue and the Sphinx dies.
This tale is symbolic for the inner journey toward enlightenment, where at the pivotal moment before enlightenment, the forces of evil sense the upsurge in spiritual energy of the seeker and question his intent through a challenge of logic.
Amoeboid Bioform 'Critter'
from Educate-Yourself Website
Objects which emit heat will stand out on infrared film as lighter shades while colder objects will appear darker. Very cold areas will appear black.
This shot is only one of many living atmospheric bioforms captured on IR film during the period from approximately 1957-62 by Trevor and his friend, Dr. Jim Woods, on the early morning desert plateau prior to sunrise.
Some of these photos were included in Trevor's earlier book on this subject titled, They Live in the Sky. His 1975 blockbuster book, The Cosmic Pulse of Life, included this shot along with other photos of UFO's and pulsating, plasmoidal bioforms caught on IR film or in some instances, on regular high speed color film using a 18A infrared filter.
Trevor usually used a Leica G 35 mm
camera for stills and super 8 color film for motion pictures during
the late 1950's and 1960's.
Atmospheric bioforms, dubbed "critters", were attracted to the source of this vortex. UFOs were also attracted to this localized perturbation of the ether.
Neither Trevor nor Jim could see these bioforms directly, but they were usually able to detect some sort of quick flash or momentary wavering of the air or in some cases, Jim could detect a feeling in his chest that told him that these creatures were nearby. The appearance and movement of these bioforms often occurred very quickly and they could move in and move out of the camera's view within a matter of a second or two.
Trevor or Jim had to shoot quickly if they hoped to catch something on film.
Trevor told me that only
about 1% of their shots produced tangible results. You can imagine
just how much time, effort, and film was devoted by these two men to
obtain these images; truly a labor of dedication to further new
frontiers of knowledge.
It's interesting to note how the third 'solarized' panel emphasizes a trajectory "track" that the critter seems to be following in the atmosphere. Trevor was surprised and pleased to notice how much detail could be drawn out of his pictures when digitized and ran through PhotoShop.
You can try playing with these shots
yourself if you have PhotoShop installed on your computer. I've
included three images below so you can click on full sized versions
of each of these panels.