by Ernie Fitzpatrick
Most people are simply unaware of how fast and how far we have come
as collective consciousness, let alone how fast things are set to
exponentially explode in the years ahead.
Like the "Frog
in The Kettle", we're seemingly immune to the increased
heat as the water heads to the boiling point.
In the last 50-75 years,
there have been so many advances is the understanding of human
consciousness and a renaissance in the whole Jungian concept of a
We are truly on our way to major and revolutionary jumps in
consciousness. Are you game?
What was once on the fringes has now found acceptability...
I'm talking about subject
and concepts such as:
...and many more.
Who is to say what's
right, what's wrong. They are all pieces of a very big puzzle.
We have no idea as to what major advances we are about
to see in human consciousness. But the NDE (near
death experiences) and
thanatology advances are opening
worlds of possibilities.
The cumulative effect of
where we've been and are headed, will definitely re-define life as
we know it in a few short years.
Albert Einstein was a genius in so many ways.
However, his view of the
universe was so small compared to what we know today. Einstein
developed the theory of relativity, but he saw the universe as
static, unchanging. His view was that the universe was a large cloud
of stars. How many he didn't speculate.
What we know today is that our solar system is a small part of the
Milky Way galaxy which is just one of FIFTY BILLION
each one with one
hundred billion stars or more...
We also know that
the universe is not static but alive and expanding.
But here is the big one.
Our planet, our galaxy, and our universe is ALIVE - conscious.
Giorgio de Santillana, in his great book,
Hamlet's Mill said,
"Man is unable to fit
himself into the concepts of today's astrophysics short of
Modern man is facing
the inconceivable. Archaic man, however, kept a firm grip on the
conceivable by framing within his cosmos an order of time and an
eschatology that made sense to him and reserved a fate for his
Yet it was a
prodigiously vast theory, with no concessions to merely human
It, too, dilated the
mind beyond the bearable, although without destroying man's role
in the cosmos."
We're off and running.
If only we knew where...!