from 'Atlantis, Alien Visitation, and Genetic Manipulation'

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Those who fear to face Reality, can never hope to change Reality.

(Michael Tsarion)

Now that we have an explanation of what has happened to the Earth and its inhabitants, we cannot but seek to find the final remedy. But the time may be shorter for this than we imagine.


The ancient Mayan calendar ended at the year 2012 and some scholars have forecasted this date as the end of the world. Indeed, the way things are going, it could be.


But more likely, it will be the world as we have known it that comes to an end.

This author believes that there are four possible outcomes to the predicaments of the Earth and to the conflict between the alien and human DNA within. The nature of each outcome depends on their all-important intermediate stages and what transpires therein.


Therefore, what the adversaries are doing presently impacts the events of 2012.

The possible outcomes foreseen by this writer in his present state of awareness are:

  1. The first outcome is that the progeny of the Atlanteans succeed in regaining all their technological hardware, especially that necessary for space travel. They manage to crack the code and breakthrough the Stargate and prepare for departure. In so doing, they come out into the open more than ever, startling the human race who cannot comprehend what is happening. When they are out of range, they destroy the planet and all that lives on it. (The reader is referred to Dr. Who and the Pyramids of Mars, Koyaanisqatsi, and Moonraker).

    This is the “burn and rise no more” outcome.1


  2. The second outcome is that the “Dark Archons” realize, once and for all, that they cannot leave this planet, that no matter what they do they are forever “chained to the pit.” In this case, they begin to rule the world with unmitigated tyranny, relentlessly and openly. The human race loses whatever privileges it had while its utility was beneficial. Now they are deprived and slaughtered and turn even upon themselves. Debauchery is everywhere and the planet is handed over to the perverse scions of the sorcerers of Atlantis. We sink into chaos of unimaginable proportions, with all the repressed, dark content of consciousness in full view and without restraints of inner or outer authority.

    This is the “Bridges to Babylon” outcome.2


  3. The third outcome is that the “good” under the weight of the yoke finally rise against their oppressors, actively preventing them from ever leaving and taking their evil elsewhere. To do this, we destroy (sacrifice) ourselves, taking them with us. (The reader is referred to the movies: The Wild Bunch, The Magnificent Seven, and Terminator II).

    This is the “...start the fuse Tector” outcome.3


  4. The fourth outcome is that mankind finally discovers the correct means to the end and vanquishes its enemy, with no excessive loss of life or home-world. Mankind will prove itself its own defender and redeemer. We will eradicate the enemy externally and finally resolve the question of evil on the microcosmic level. The beasts will be slain, the maidens rescued, the planet saved, and the ending happy.

    This is the true “Empire Strikes Back” outcome.4


1 ”Burn and rise no more” - from the “Motorhead” song, March or Die, on the theme of mankind's future. Author Lemmy Kilmister.

2 “Bridges to Babylon,” from the album by the Rolling Stones, one of the bands funded by the present, but ancient, powerful psychedelic Cult of Dionysus.
3 “Start the fuse Tector,” from Sam Peckinpah's classic western, The Wild Bunch, which shows exactly how to fight fire with fire.
4 “The Empire Strikes Back,” from the film of the same name by George Lucas. Lucas, founder of Industrial Light and Magic, is one of the bloodkin to the Atlantean Serpents, as he never ceases intimating in his films. His movies are modernizations, and even corruptions of, Tolkien's Lord of the Rings.


You may notice something is missing from these scenarios. There is no mention of anyone or anything else coming to our rescue. There is no mention of the conventional avengers and redeemers: gods, greys, Christs, angels, or Pleiadeans.


There is no “Flash Gordon” on his way.

We can accept God becoming Man to save Man, but not Man becoming God to save himself.
(Vernon Howard)


Naturally, there is nothing attractive or advantageous about outcomes one, two, or three. The third outcome certainly involves heroics, which would have impressed Sam Peckinpah but would mean that the planet Earth would finally be turned into a giant revolving headstone. There is a precedent for this kind of denouement in the records of old, for such an event almost took place in pre-diluvian times

(see The Silver Arm by Jim Fitzpatrick).


The second outcome is what many present-day creative savants foresee happening. Musicians and filmmakers continue to warn the human race of the consequences of the “return of the repressed” within us.

(See Bladerunner, Highlander, Outlander, Mad Max, Star Wars, Star Trek VI, and Dr. Who).

The first outcome is looking more likely at this point, considering the limited time between now and 2012. The fourth outcome is also possible despite the odds.


It is obviously the best for humankind and the planet.

  • But how are we to get to that stage?

  • What kind of remedy is relatively non-violent and attractive to all peoples from any culture and guaranteed to be 100 percent successful?

  • How can we get back to lives of harmony on a beautiful, vital, planet, the way it was prior to the visitation of the Nephilim?

  • This is the dream of so many on our world. Can it be achieved physically or will it remain a dream within a dream?

If this question was in the minds of all people today there would be progress instead of regress. The question of evil, addressed earlier, should be on the minds of every single living person. Unfortunately, most individuals are in a semi-comatose delirium when it comes to this, which is why civilizations have been in retrograde.

There are, however, certain prerequisites to the fourth outcome. To avail it, it is imperative that during each intermediate stage almost all the “good people” need to be pro-actively participating in unison and solidarity, leaving aside their segregating philosophies and agendas.


But even before reaching this seemingly impossible state, something else of great importance concerning the nature and machinations of the children of the Nephilim, the state of our world, and our minds needs to be addressed.

Light never battles darkness, so when you see a fight it is always between two dark forces.
(Vernon Howard)

Despite the evidence, people still find the story of the Nephilim and the hidden histories of our planet hard to accept, and futility is the general reaction, because the so-called “good” have rarely accessed the strength implicit in the word. Nor have they been operating according to their own rules of engagement.


The adversary has dictated the game plan almost from the outset, giving themselves a head-start toward the realization of their goals, by insinuating, with consummate artifice, a fallacy in the minds of the good about the very nature and operation of evil. Questioning what this fallacy is, how it works, and what to do about it, is crucial to our personal and collective re-empowerment and to the attainment of the fourth outcome.

The Bible gives us the advice “know thine enemy.” It would have been so much better for humanity and the planet, if we did.


Those who align with “good” have been compelled to misidentify the enemy, their true nature and agendas, and to waste physical, emotional, mental resources and energy sparring with evil in a variety of ways, most of which are not only counterproductive but auto-destructive.

He who fights too long against dragons, becomes a dragon himself.

(Fredrick Nietzsche)

Most people reluctantly accept that evil is operative in the world for the simple reason that no one can live and not know this.


Some cling to the belief of a disincarnate adversary somewhere up in the clouds or down in hell. Some get to the point of identifying the adversary as more corporeal. When one becomes aware of the level of corruption around them and successfully deduces its source, phrases like “our hidden masters are evil” become vogue.


Actually, this tells us next to nothing for we have little concept of what evil really is, or how it operates, in the context we are addressing. Evil is, to us, the bad things which happen to good people. If such is caused by malign personages, then they must be resisted, they must be brought to judgment.


All our energies must be spent finding rectification of the wrongs they perpetrate.

This is generally what post-diluvian human beings have been thinking and doing. When we see the positive results of our commitment, we are excessively jubilant and our conviction is reinforced. When our efforts suffer setbacks, we become fatalistic and look to our own ranks resolving to do better next time. The attitude and energy we expend is, we believe, the reciprocal of what we are receiving from the other side. We imagine the combat to be a ferocious “tug-of-war” with victory going to the team with the strongest muscle, resistance, and adrenaline.


But yet, for all this, pessimism grows.

The evil that plagues us preys and intensifies, and we eventually come to face the fact that something is seriously wrong with our world, with the environment, and with our children. For all the resolutions and heroics, existentially, life becomes steadily more unbearable. We cannot understand why the net result of all the positive actions of good people add up to so little. As time goes by, we even lose the energy to find out why we are so jaded.


Our best efforts consist of turning over and going to sleep and letting someone else take care of it.

If you think of yourselves as helpless and ineffectual, it is certain that you will create a despotic government to be your master. The wise despot…maintains among his subjects a popular sense that they are helpless and ineffectual.

(Frank Herbert)

This was exactly the plan of the Nephilim.


It was, and is, one of many adroit strategies they employ to keep us from our power. But it is a very important one. Our myopia toward the question of evil has caused us to lose ardor and strength.


We react not to evil as it really is, but only to the chimera of evil created and put before us by our pre-sentient adversary. In so doing, we play right into their hands, actually serving them while impossibly miring ourselves.


Our false assumptions about the nature of evil, which cause us to inappropriately, but vehemently, moralize and resist, was instigated after the Nephilim (or their scions) made a close study of the actual nature and operation of the “good,” which to them is a drive like any other, an epiphenomena of the organism and its biotic processes. It is an inconvenience, a malady, inhibiting the free flow of energy and acquisition.


Subsequent to their researches, an architecture of dialectics and deceit was initiated and propagated.

The scions of the Nephilim are not many and they are very vulnerable. This is why they keep their presence a secret and operate covertly from “behind the scenes” where they are safe. Knowing this should empower the light-bearers.

The Nephilim's tactics were to employ and utilize an entire army of henchmen who are highly empowered and intelligent, but who are not themselves privy to the inner sanctum or to the secret agendas of their controllers.


The henchman is paid well and asks few questions. He may even believe himself to be at the helm. So much the better. Some of these ambivalent creatures are forever making the unconscious decision whether to ally with the alien or the human propensities within themselves. They are people of convictions and beliefs.


Some are convinced that they are on a crusade for justice or equal rights, etc. Obsessed with their “great cause,” they are convinced that their personal ambitions are moral and exalted.


They exist in blissful ignorance of the fact that their causes, however noble in themselves are, more often than not, designed by their hidden masters as part of an elaborate dialectical scheme to distract attention from the real threat and plight of humanity.

So deluded as to their station and vocation, these henchmen feel justified not only in condescending to their lessers, but in gratuitously satiating their carnal desires and relishing their status and the public recognition that goes with it. Thus, the privileged henchmen, together with their sycophants and countless emulators, become the mannequins dressed for the parts they are to play. Some take to their roles with more gusto than others.

(See C. S. Lewis’ That Hideous Strength, Frank Herbert's Dune, or John Christopher's Tripods Trilogy).


The job of the president is not to wield power himself, but to lead attention away from it...

(Douglas Adams, The Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Universe)

The Blue Degrees are but the outer court… of the temple. Part of the symbols are displayed there to the initiate, but he is intentionally misled by false interpretation. It is not intended that he shall understand them, but it is intended that he shall imagine that he understands them… The true explanation is reserved for the Adepts, the Princes of Masonry (those of the 32 and 33 degrees).

(Albert Pike, Grand Master of US Scottish Rite Freemasonry)

These types are over-represented among the world's politicians, generals, lawyers, judges, priests, teachers, bankers, magnates, dictators, and technocrats. Like professional terrorists and criminals, they commit corrupt acts on cue, on a daily basis. But unlike a criminal syndicate, they are not themselves conscious of their dysfunction.


Infatuated with their own importance, they feel not the tug of the strings in the hands of their manipulators.


The rest of humanity, believing these henchmen to be at the helm, to be ardently seeking to redress the calamities of the world, sit back in their arm chairs and from a comfortable sanitized distance, read about, or voyeuristically watch:

  • the wars here

  • the famines there

  • the imbroglios and debacles in one place

  • the civil unrest and human rights abuses in another

  • the plagues, disasters, crime and vice

  • the multi-faceted architecture of the machina infernalis,

...without ever coming to realize that the pieces of the colossal jigsaw will never come together until the picture on the lid of the box, so to speak, is revealed.

I really look with commiseration over the great body of my fellow citizens who, reading newspapers, live and die in the belief that they have known something of what has been passing in their times.

(Thomas Jefferson)

The evil that people think they are fighting is actually a facade, part of the elaborate panoply of deceptions carefully crafted to exhaust precious energies and engender malaise and disenchantment.


Their strategy has been overwhelmingly successful. While the so-called “good man” fights the good fight, struggles and endures a lifetime of relative frustration and loss, the “evil” progress and gain more power. Their power grows in proportion with our erroneous countermeasures. When witnessing their ascent, most of us become convinced that all is dark, that there is no way out ahead.


We turn off, tune out, or gladly turn to the plethora of distractions made available by these same masters of deception.

...your will is leaving you, slipping away, and you are now beneath my influence. Though your eyes are open, and you seem aware, you are in fact asleep, your faculties dormant, your ability to act and think, subservient to my will...

(The Devil Rides Out with Christopher Lee)

Some, in typical Freudian fashion, react to their relative impotency by pathological identification with the masters. Under self-delusion, envy, and awe, this group falls in step even faster, going where they are told, working where they are told, and thinking what they are told to think.


The line between man and automaton becomes negligible:

Ours is the age which is proud of machines which think and suspicious of men who try to.
(H. M. Jones)


In our dreams we have limitless resources and the people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hands…

(Representative of the Rockefeller General Education Board).

Impotent and jaded, we will remain until we awaken from our comatose state and get connected to our own sovereign power again. The Holy Grail that will take the “scales from our eyes” is nothing more that realizing and changing the perspective dynamics detailed above. To emphasize this point, another illustration may be in order:

In the game of chess, the most powerful piece, the king, has, in fact, the most restricted mobility. He can only move one square at a time in any direction. But, it is not his adversary who imposes the said restrictions but the members of his own court. His very defenders impede his range of movement and action. The message and lesson here should be self-evident.


Are we not the kings?


Regardless of how he has misused power and freedom, the human is still regent of the Earth and the known universe? Our commitment and resolve is contained not by an adversary (alien or other), as much as by our own ineptitude. It is our strategies, or lack of them, that hinder resolution. This is the consequence of fighting “ high places” without the correct discernment.


Perhaps, we should heed the advice of Christ when he said resist not evil.

Now that we are more aware of the reasons for our collective anomie and personal ennui, what kind of positive action can we take? What does an analysis of the dialectics tell us about ourselves and about good and evil?

The first thing we realize is the incredible intelligence of the adversary.


Over centuries, they have amassed immense knowledge of us.

A web is not made from one thread.

(Frank Herbert)

You cannot manipulate a marionette with just one string.


The next thing we can glean is perfectly enunciated by Frank Herbert who wrote:

Merely choosing the good, does not make one good...

We have to do more than pay lip service to the truth. We have permitted conditions to get into the sorry state that pervades and are utterly responsible for the mess in which we currently reside. One of the main reasons why we have been so recalcitrant and artless is that we, as members of the underclass, have unconsciously misapplied and even abused a great gift that we are all a recipient of, namely, education.


We, only rather recently, have been extended the “privilege of education” by our imperious masters. It is a privilege that our pre-Industrial forefathers were certainly not permitted to enjoy.

The main reason why the underclass was extended the privilege of education was to prevent their uprising in the miasma of the postwar era. After the first world war, there was great social unrest among the people and the youth in particular. This was felt in the upper echelons. Millions were dead and millions had suffered. Cities were devastated and economies were shattered.


The future was uncertain and the vision of the past had changed forever.

The comrade-less hero returned to find that little had changed when it came to daily existence.

(See or read, To Serve Them All My Days, Oh! What a Lovely War, Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner, The Cinder Path, and the poem, The Motorbike, by Ted Hughes).


Meet the new boss... same as the old boss.

(Pete Townsend)

There was not enough available (or provided) to make the sacrifices seem at all worthwhile.


As much of the fatalistic literature and poetry of the time indicates, revolution was impending. To appease the conditions, the social architects permitted the first “Socialist” governments to come to power and allowed the ordinary family to send their most accomplished progeny to school.

With the privilege of education came man's chance to uncover what has been hidden for so long from him and his fellows. We now have access to the subject of history, but that we know so little about the real events of the past is cause for sorrow and alarm. Moreover, the manner in which such subjects are taught ensures that we remain with little knowledge.


Regarding education, we would do well to teach ourselves and our descendants the words of poet Alexander Pope:

Drink it deep or touch not the Pyrenean Spring, a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.

Regarding the cabals of academia, what is the general constitution of the type who matriculates? Too often we find that the tendency of the graduated ponderous academe is to become a legend in his own mind.


He is utterly fixated on personal interests and peer recognition.

  • Is this not the scenario we often encounter and are frequently seduced into accolading?

  • Has our access to the corridors of learning helped the planet?

  • Does it not give us chains of gold to replace those of iron?

  • Are we not again playing by the rules of the adversary?

  • Whose books are we reading?

  • Whose biographies are we memorizing?

  • Whose sciences are we mastering?

  • Whose trophies are we coveting?

True meaning of “Graduation” - gradual indoctrination

(Jordan Maxwell)

If a man has merit, what is the use of decorating him?

(Charles Baudelaire)

If a man guards a book night and day, what is more important, the man or the book?

(The Silent Flute by Bruce Lee and James Coburn)

Knowledge makes good men better, and bad men worse.


Definition of a scientist - a man who knows nothing, until there is nothing left to know.

(From “Omega Man” with Charlton Heston)

We become, more or less, intoxicated with intellection and with our noetic possibilities and will sublimate other drives to maintain the “high.”


We each, like Narcissus, become fatally enamored by our own reflections, that is, by the image of what we have been made to believe we are and where we are going personally and collectively. Yes, we go to schools and learn. And there is nothing inherently bad about education.


But what about the content, the manner of delivery, the “diet”? What about the “malnutrition”? Is the consumer the consumed?

The solipsistic academe would do well to remember and contemplate that before entry to the prestigious colleges was permitted, there were other archives of knowledge, other paths and modes of learning. There is the story each race, nation, culture and civilization has been telling. These are not tales penned by a single self-absorbed individual, but riveting sagas of entire peoples, orally passed down and sanctified by time.


To look to these myths and legends with contempt and intellectual condescension is to covet disaster. The tribulations to which they habitually refer were not written in ink and stone, but in blood, blood dead and blood living. They are in our DNA. The human body is the scriptorium where is kept the greatest gnosis.


When will the occidental scholar realize that the real Academy, the real Lyceum, the real Library of Alexandria, the real chambers of Thoth, Hermes, or Merlin are not under a rock in some remote wilderness waiting to be discovered by a wanna-be Indiana Jones.

  • They are in the house of bone, the temple of the nine gates—the human body

  • The famed “Pillars of Hercules” guarding the way to Atlantis are not of stone

  • They are the arms of Adam-Kad-Amon

  • They are the serpentine strands of DNA

The legacy of the Atlanteans is only partly resolved in the physical domain. As said above, no external presence or force will intervene to directly prevent our total annihilation. Our predicament (the Nephilim visitation and the quarantine situation, etc.) has its origins in a situation more complex than just being free of a parasite. Parasites come into being for a reason.


The predicament is an expression of spiritual metathemes, the mastering of which will signal advancement for consciousness on all its levels.

Nothing vast enters the life of mortals without a curse.


The Stargate which physically prevents the Nephilim criminals from leaving, also makes it imperative for their present hosts to do the right thing without prevarication of any kind. Those who “incarnate” on this planet, in this space-time it seems, have to deal with this manifestation of “karma.”


Their lives and souls, and not just their planet, become the last battleground and final frontier.

Why have we conjured a monster in our midst? That is the question we must ask ourselves.

(John Boorman, Zardoz)

So, it appears that mankind's efforts in resisting evil have been an overwhelming failure. It is, therefore, time to put away childish stratagems and begin to deal with the problem of this planet and its dark masters who (though hidden and few) believe themselves to be invincible.

The first theorem we each have to remember from this point on is that the way to combat evil of any kind is not to play by the rules which its purveyors create.


As the Taoists and Zen masters and the masters of Samurai and Martial Arts know, the universal law is that which we identify as evil cannot be overthrown using any force which approximates its own.

Problems cannot be solved with the same level of intelligence that created them.
(Albert Einstein)

The Universe operates by reciprocal laws.


The cardinal lesson, therefore, is that one does not set out to destroy evil, for the very thought of doing so engenders cognition and action which immediately disempowers the defendant. Whatever activity is born from such mentation is eventually circumnavigated by the challenger. The universal intelligence itself permits this.


This is the reason for evil and why it increases in vitality and malignity through time. Victory over the worst evil or tyranny (especially that of a spiritual kind) occurs when the defendant is so inherently strong that the challenger, for all his guile and might, cannot operate or insinuate. When your enemy cannot conquer you, you have won.


This is the meta-lesson that under-girds the karmic tests besetting the human inhabitants of planet Earth.


This theme of how to conquer evil correctly is beautifully portrayed in the following movies:

  • Man in the Iron Mask, with Richard Chamberlain

  • The Silent Flute (also called Circle of Iron) with David Carradine and Christopher Lee

  • Local Hero with Burt Lancaster

  • The Sorceress

  • Being There, with Peter Sellers

  • Once Upon A Time in the West by Sergio Leone

Now that we are aware of how the adversary has siphoned off mankind's precious vitality and what to do about it, we can begin to address what needs to occur during the intermediate stages leading up to the denouement of the fourth outcome.

Very importantly, those who are “good” must work in unison. But what kind of work is the individual to do? Is there something that each person regardless of their status can do to bring swift change and redress?


To come to this, let us return to the episode which exacerbated the present negative conditions, the opening of the pan-dimensional portal to the Dark Archons by Sir John Dee in the sixteenth century.

When Sir John Dee, the living “macroscope,” opened the pan-dimensional portal and spoke with the Macrobes, the act was registered in the Akashic Record.


It was immediately intuited by the descendants of the “Sons of the Serpents,” that is, the descendants of the Lemurian civilization who once lived on the pre-diluvian continent of Oceania, which is now beneath the Pacific Ocean.

Remnants of this sunken continent are found from Cuba to Hawaii and are repeatedly mistaken for Atlantis. Atlantis is also believed to be where the Antarctic is now. This is also not correct. The Antarctic is a remnant of one of the five lost continents (Appalachia, Fennoscandia, Beringia, Tyrhennia, and Oceania). It was probably under the control of the Atlanteans, as was most of the planet, being one of their major epicenters. This could explain why the Nazis, for example, were interested in its secrets.


The descendants of the “Sons” (who for now we will term the “Adepts of the Rose”) are endowed with masterful intellects and creative abilities and are constantly warding off the belligerent strategies and advances from their arch-enemies.


They keep their identities concealed, but have been attempting (in an endless variety of ways) to awaken their less conscious fellow hybrid humans and to rebalance the planet's etheric energies.

(See Lost Horizon with Ronald Coleman).



Remember, that every living person is Homo Atlantis, possessing both pure alien and pure human DNA.


However, children are born all the time who have the strong DNA of the Lemurians. The human proclivities and sensibilities are then pronounced in them. In the tradition of their ancestors, they go on to become the great poets, artists, musicians, philosophers, architects, film makers and religious teachers who grace our world. Some live long and prosper, while others die young.


Some drive taxi cabs and busk in the streets. Some dance while others heal, some pray while others tell jokes. Some have long hair and tattoos, some rot in jails, and some plant gardens. Some change the atomic frequency of the universe with their songs, while others create music to make angels stop to listen.


Some teach the great mysteries with words, others teach with their eyes: The mark of an immature man is that he wants to die nobly for a cause, while the mark of a mature man is that he wants to live humbly for one.

(William Stekel)

A cosmically sane man living quietly in society, is worth more than a million screamers for reform.

(Vernon Howard)

I would sooner take instruction from the builders of the temple of Luxor, than from the creators of napalm.

(Anthony West)

We are here to learn to love each other. I don’t know what the others are here for.

(W. H. Auden)

The high priests and priestesses within the “Adepts of the Rose” have (from pre-diluvian days) closely monitored and counteracted the machinations of their nemesis.


In the sixteenth century, they sensed the colossal “rip” in the etheric dimensions and were troubled that their adversarial cousins had committed such a deplorable and prohibited deed.


They knew the consequences of necromantic communion with pan-dimensional entities could be incalculable and foresaw much tribulation ahead. They realized that extraordinary measures had to be taken if disaster of cosmic proportions was to be averted.

The Adepts called their leaders from all over the planet and held counsel. They finally came to the conclusion that to rebalance the energy another celestial portal had to be opened. Thus, it became necessary to enter into dialogue with the Ascended Masters.


The “Adepts of the Rose” realized that without the help of such intelligences there was no hope. The portal was successfully opened and the Ascended Masters were able to give pivotal information. These numinous intelligences are not subject to temporal and spatial laws. As a result, they know more and can see further than any mortal.


They do not remedy the problem for us, but instead relay instructions in potentia, leaving the human recipients to translate them into action in their temporal and spatial dimension.

The universe is a super-computer that is interacted with, not with binary code, but the Imagination.



The opening of this portal obviously was not a negative event but was, instead, to counter one. Its dynamics are similar and yet different from those experienced by the children of the Nephilim.

(See 'He Man - Masters of the Universe'.)

The communications from such Archons are voluminous and veiled. They, too, are relatively impossible to accomplish. Sacrifices are also required, but not of the kind levied on the children of the Nephilim. Particular resources are needed, and there are also worldwide consequences of the ritual.

We seek next to finally disclose some of the most salient points communicated to the “Adepts of the Rose.” The Adepts let it be understood that the Nephilim could not be fought in direct combat or with energy that reciprocates their own natures or machinations.


The coming of the Nephilim to the sovereign planet Earth was to be compared to a biological infection. It was (and is) nothing more than the infestation of a parasite, a virus, into a normally healthy host organism. The parasite has no life of its own and, hence, no energy that it does not derive from its host. The virus acts slowly and penetrates the cell, but only when the immune system of the host is malfunctioning. The pathogen cannot be removed allopathically which (as detailed earlier) is the futile tactic attempted by those who are under the mesmeric influence of the Masters.


The offending pathogen is not removed by radical surgery or by waiting periods where the hope is that it will change its character.

The success of eradicating the virus is entirely contingent upon the patient acting in accordance with the advice of any homeopathic doctor. This is what the “Adepts of the Rose” were told by the Ascended Masters.


The Shaman knew that on a living body a single cut, wound, infection, or even a cancer should not bring about fatality. This contingency occurs only when the organism's immunity is so depleted that it cannot endure. The Shamans within these tribes conducted their age-old rituals and dances at exactly the right sidereal times and at the right geomantic locations on the Earth-grid and by so doing had long posed a threat to their pathogenic nemesis.


The Nephilim will be eradicated swiftly and permanently only when the “immune system” of the planet Earth itself is working at 100 percent. Knowing this to be true the scions of the Nephilim, since the time of the Tudors, have seen to it that the indigenous peoples they come across are slaughtered en masse.


Hence, mandatory genocide attended their acts of conquest and colonization.

War and genocide were, and still are, the precautionary measures to maintain a low biospheric immunity and make conditions suitable for themselves.

(See Koyaanisqatsi and Wolfen with Albert Finney).

It certainly may come as a shock to most people to realize that the Earth is a living entity. As has even scientifically been proven, she is indeed living, and has more of a life than most of us can ever know or experience. She is intelligent and knows exactly what she needs for her well-being. She has been taking care of herself for quite some time.


She knows when she is infected or poisoned and knows how to effect precautions. Earth has been retarded in her holistic regeneration because her “white blood cells,” her “lymphocytes,” are not doing their work.


Her “T” and “B” cell count is constantly waning due to toxicity brought on by the presence of the pathogens and the sluggishness of the regenerative agents. The human beings on the face of the planet are the Earth's lymphocytes. Because we are recalcitrant in our duties, the “cell wall,” was penetrated and the parasite was able to invade. Now the time has come for change.

What does it mean to be part of the “lymphatics” of a planet?


Naturally, it connotes more than just physical responsibilities. Our duty to our extended corpus comprises many levels. Individuals are not identical in appearance or character. Each human “cell” has a different task for which they are perfectly suited.


When the human is not doing his or her job, they, like the Earth on which they live, are also in a state of deficiency.

Healing fails to occur because it is much easier to injure another than to heal oneself.
(Vernon Howard)

We have been conditioned to believe in the cult of personality to such an extent that we no longer realize any of the details of our “shamanic” duties toward the living Earth. In prehistoric and even pre-Industrial times, the situation was very different. The “Sons of the Serpents” knew that the Earth is a vital and intelligent oracle and knew its language. This they taught to their descendants and to the Adamic Race.


For millennia, the priestess cults held the knowledge of flora and fauna and of herbs and healing.


Under the Dominican Order and the Inquisition, they were brought to pay for their heresies, though the crimes against them from this source were only part of what they have had to endure.

St. George and the Dragon by Paolo Uccello

The entire tale of the human being's duty of protecting the Earth Mother from pathogenic forces is encapsulated beautifully in Paolo Uccello’s painting Saint George and the Dragon (1455-1460).


Throughout time many artists have pictorialized for posterity the themes of the battle between the light and the dark, between the alien and the human, and of man's vital relationship with nature.

The apocalyptic masterpieces of Albrecht Durer (one of the “Sons of the Serpents”) have been misinterpreted as mere representations of common fears of his own time. However, they are not merely myopic sketches of events of his own time. Durer and other artists who treated canonical subjects were “remote viewers,” prophesizing, warning, and revealing.


Their iconic allegories deal with timeless meta-themes of which the average critic and also their admirers are unaware.


Durer's Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse; St. Michael's Fight against the Dragon; Knight, Death and the Devil; and Melancholia I should be read as forecasts, as portents of things to come.


Albrecht Durer - Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse


Artists and minstrels of more recent times also have the same macro-theme in their creations, though few are aware of it… consider the final lines of the song Stairway To Heaven, by Led Zeppelin, and then why millions resonate with this and other masterpieces without knowing consciously why.

And as we wind on down the road

Our shadows taller than our souls

There walks a Lady we all know

Who shines white light and wants to show

How everything still turns to gold

And if you listen very hard

The tune will come to you at last

When all is one and one is all

To be a rock and not to roll
(From Stairway To Heaven – Jimmy Page and Robert Plant)

Life was replaced with lifestyle, competence was measured in the doing rather than the being. Laws, rules, clocks, calendars, and money made their appearance. Since the dynamics of such a life were unfamiliar and incongruent with mankind's essence, schools had to be founded to teach us how to adapt and comply.

(See John Christopher's The Tripods).


And the Lord said, Look, the people are united, and they all have one language; and this they begin to do, and nothing will stop them from doing what they take in their minds to do… Come on, let us go down, and therefore confound their language so that they cannot understand one another’s speech.

(Genesis 11)

Homo Sapiens’ connection to the Earth Mother stretches back millions of years prior to the visitation of the Nephilim. It became occluded only in the post-diluvian epoch when the majority of humans were incarcerated in cities and were gradually disconnected from the land and the elements. The artificiality and relative complexity of municipal existence made it easy for the subtle senses to be markedly debauched.


The religions provided imitations for what was removed and lost.

The Christian resolve to find the world ugly and bad, has made it ugly and bad.

(Fredrick Nietzsche)

As the earth in its primitive state is not adopted to our expansion, man must shackle it to fulfill human destiny.

(Jean Vorst, Curator of France’s Museum of Natural History)

Urban man's libido was directed toward and aligned with the persona drives, and his thinking became atomistic and linear rather than holotropic and synergistic. This artificial life commenced in a relatively short period of time. With the advent of post-diluvian monotheistic religions, the rise of the anthrocentric philosophies and the decline of the primordial egalitarian and ecocentric Stellar and Lunar cults, Homo Atlantis was thrown out of paradise, out of Eden.


Deprived of his umbilical connection to the Earth Mother, man took his first step on the road to oblivion.

Perhaps we will never fully understand the mystery of that original mutation from egalitarian to state society. Certainly no standard explanations are adequate.

(David Watson, The Pathology of Civilization)

…. There is no evidence either from ethnographic accounts or archaeological excavations to suggest that rates of accidental trauma or interpersonal violence declined substantially with the adoption of more civilized forms of political organization. In fact, some evidence from archaeological sites and from historical sources suggest the opposite.

(Mark Nathan Cohen, Health and the Rise of Civilization, 1989)

With agriculture usually comes division of labor, increased sexual inequality, and the beginnings of social hierarchy. Priests, kings, and organized impersonal warfare all seem to come together in one package.

(Against Civilization, p. 102).

Say what you will about such tribal societies, the record shows that they were (and in some places still are) units of cohesion and sodality, of harmony and regularity, devoid for the most part of crime or addiction or anomie or suicide, with comparatively few needs and those satisfied with a minimum of drudgery, putting in on average maybe four hours a day per person on tasks of hunting and gathering and cultivating, the rest of the time devoted to song and dance and ritual and sex and eating and stories and games…


No they did not have the power of five hundred servants at the flick of a switch or the turn of a key, but then they did not have atomic bombs and death camps, toxic wastes, traffic jams, strip mining, organized crime, psychosurgery, advertising, unemployment or genocide.

(Kirkpatrick Sale, Rebels Against the Future)

Why did a lifestyle that had been so successful for tens of thousands of years give way to one so different. Modern hunting peoples, though living for the most part in marginal areas, are frequently better nourished and always more leisured than their agrarian neighbors…Agrarian peoples not only must work a good deal harder for their sustenance, but are much more precariously balanced in relation to their environment, since they have substantially altered the natural ecology of their surroundings.

(Dexter Perkins and Patricia Daley)

The civilized people believe they have an obligation to bring primitive and underdeveloped people up to their level. Civilization, which is about to self-destruct, thinks of itself as the superior culture that has answers for all the world’s people…. The addict, truly, is a person who is emotionally dependent on things: television, substances, personality routines, other people, mental ideologies, total immersion in some cause or work. If the object of dependency is moved, addicts will experience insecurity, discomfort, distress, the symptoms of withdrawal.

(William H. Koettke, The Final Empire)

We reproduce catastrophe because we ourselves are traumatized – both as a species and individually, beginning at birth.


Because we are wounded, we have put up psychic defenses against reality and have become so cut off from direct participation in the multidimensional wilderness in which we are embedded that all we can do is to navigate our way cautiously through a humanly designed day-to-day substitute world of symbol— a world of dollars, minutes, numbers, images and words that are constantly being manipulated to wring the most possible profit from every conceivable circumstance. The body and spirit both rebel.

(David Watson, The Pathology of Civilization)

What does it matter if one is free or slave in this vale of tears? The essential thing is to get to heaven, and resignation is one more means towards that. . . Christianity preaches only servitude and dependence. Its spirit is so favorable to tyranny that tyranny always exploits it. True Christians are made to be slaves, they know it, and they are not concerned by that: this short life is too unimportant in their eyes.

(Jean Jacques Rousseau, The Social Contract, 4.8).

Our present servitude is due to the acquiescence of our post-diluvian ancestors who, after the horrific terrestrial and celestial cataclysms they had experienced or heard about, had no choice but to concede to the New World Order of their times.

By the invincible power of traditional subservience, the inertia of the general mind, enhanced by the gullibility of ignorance, the masses have slipped under the force of a victimization that is both pitiable and tragic. The forces of religion have thus exerted their ruler-ship over a vast segment of humanity and virtually provided the masses with their conventional ideas and concepts as to the meaning of the world ordeal.

(Alvin Boyd Kuhn, Ultimate Canon of Knowledge)

Religious thought has detached itself from nature and searches in the illimitable areas of feeling, thought, and wonder for what understanding these may yield it. With no guides, checks, clues or competent intelligence to recognize truth, imagination all too readily conjures up wayward, extravagant and strange surmises as to the presence and intervention of forces not naturally operative...Religion is not the realm of knowledge, or even of thought, but purely of belief, as for the masses.

(Alvin Boyd Kuhn, Ultimate Canon of Knowledge)

All this chaos in the religious area was attended, accentuated, if not largely inspired by, one of the most staggering phenomena in the history of the race. This was--and is--the presence, power, and influence of —a Book.


I went to the Garden of Love,
And saw what I never had seen;

A Chapel was built in the midst,

Where I used to play on the green.
And the gates of this Chapel were shut,

And 'Thou shalt not' writ over the door;

So I turned to the Garden of Love
That so many sweet flowers bore.
And I saw it was filled with graves,

And tombstones where flowers should be;

And priests in black gowns were walking their rounds,
And binding with briars my joys and desires.

(From William Blake’s The Garden of Love)

Fortunately, not all civilizations were founded on the Atlantean pattern.


The ecocentrically minded indigenous peoples of the world, descendants of the Lemurians, never forgot their shamanic duties as is revealed in their works and words and in the manner in which they existed. The native American Indians, the Aboriginals, the Druids, the Pharaonic priests, and the matriarchal societies all attended to this sovereign duty.


They were caretakers and protectors, and they encoded into their sundry rituals and ceremonies the harmonics and vibrational intonations which resonated with the merkaba of the planet.

The “Sons of the Serpents” and their Adamic wards propagated and disseminated their wealth of knowledge. They created their own nations and infused their influence over peoples and nations. The strongest strains of their progeny were largely responsible for the high cultures of Egypt and also, to some extent, of early Greece (i.e., Etruscan and Mycenaean).


In every case, where this particular influence arose an adoration of and a return to nature was noticeable. For the Lemurians and their progeny, there was and is no separation between the microcosm and the macrocosm. Matter is energy is consciousness.


That is why there can be a rapport between psychic and physical energy.

The Earth and myself are of one mind.

(Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce)

Whether I live or die, I am Osiris, I enter in and reappear through you, I decay in you; I grow in you; I fall down in you; I fall upon my side. The gods are living in me, for I live and grow in the corn that sustains the Honored Ones. I cover the earth, whether I live or die I am Barley, I am not destroyed. I have entered the Order, I rely upon the Order, I become Master of the Order, I emerge in the Order, I make my form distinct, I am the Lord of the Chennet (Granary of Memphis), I have entered into the Order, I have reached its limits. . .

(Egyptian: Coffin Text 330)

If we turn to ancient Egypt, we learn... that the religious consciousness of early Egyptian civilization was saturated by the aura and influence of nature.

(Alvin Boyd Kuhn)

In all their works [the ancients] proceeded on definite principles of fitness and in ways derived from the Truth of Nature. Thus they reached perfection, approving only those things which, if challenged, can be explained on the grounds of truth.

(Vitruvius, 1st Century BC, Roman architect, engineer, writer)

Thus God must never be worshipped under roofs, only the sky-vault, and preferably amongst trees. The temples are groves. The air as spirit naturally held men's souls between incarnations.

(Ross Nichols, High Druid of England)

The modern world is not at all cognizant of the splendid achievement of the ancient civilizations of two lands at least, namely Egypt and Greece, in so relating their minds to the order of nature that their life in general flowered out in a state of health and wholesomeness that has hardly been matched in the history of the world since.


History discloses that the daily life of the Egyptian citizen was one lived in close and intimate relation with the life of nature. No one can study the life of the Greek people of two to three millennia ago without recognizing the tremendous part that what they called physis, or nature, played in their modus of living both at the physical and the intellectual level.


Their philosophy, which is still regarded as the heyday of the human achievement in that field, was solidly based on the foundations of all conceptuality found in the order of the natural world. Man and the meaning of his life were not envisaged as detached from the material world, but as of kindred nature with it and in its higher ranges an efflorescence from it.

(Alvin Boyd Kuhn, The Ultimate Canon of Knowledge)

If one is in true connection with nature, it follows that there is no gender dichotomy.


Women are not only treated as equals but are regarded as living agents (even portals) to the mysteries of nature and being. The very word mystery comes from “mesta” meaning “woman” in Egyptian.


The scholar Max Muller wrote:

No people ancient or modern has given woman so high a legal status as did the inhabitants of the Nile Valley. The Egyptian women were entrusted with the civilization. The woman (princess), and not the male, was the legal heir to the throne, and the man she chose to marry would become the ruling Pharaoh.

(Moustapha Gadalla, Historical Deception)

...and the kingdom became dead and desert, for they lost the voices of the wells and the damsels that were therein.

(The Elucidation)

As civilizations became corrupted by the infusion of alien elements and influences, the connection to and respect for nature and, for that matter woman, drastically waned. Man's present disconnect from Earth and from nature arises from his subconscious identification with his extraterrestrial masters and their millennia old insinuations.

Two-thousand years of Christianity has indoctrinated the world with the pernicious fallacies regarding nature's ambient divinity.


This ideology persists despite the valiant attempts of the great savants and adepts. From Lucretius, Plotinus, Shakespeare, Blake, Rousseau, Spinoza, Schelling, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Shelley, Swami Aurobindo, and a host of others, we have vehement promethean remonstrations against man's nescience and impiety, against mankind's ignominious avoidance of the organic.


Their impassioned entreaties for restitution and reverence have largely gone unheeded.

It is a sin to suppose that Nature, endowed with perennial fertility by the Creator of the Universe, is affected with barrenness, as though with some disease and it is unbecoming to a man of good judgment to believe that Earth, to whose lot was assigned a divine and everlasting youth, and who is called the common mother of all things and is destined to bring them forth continually, has grown old in mortal fashion.


And, furthermore, I do not believe that such misfortunes come upon us as a result of the fury of the elements, but rather because of our own fault, for the matter of husbandry, which all the best of our ancestors had treated with the best of care, we have delivered over to all the worst of our slaves, as if to a hangman for punishment.

(Columella, De Agricultura)

This universe is a living organized effective complex, all comprehensive, displaying an unfathomable wisdom. How, then, can any one say that it is not a clear image, beautifully formed, of the intellectual verities? No one seeing the loveliness lavished in the world of sense. . . could be so dull-witted as not to be carried by all this to recollection and gripped by reverent awe. . .


Such a one could have neither fathomed this world nor have had any vision of that other. We must recognize that even in the world of sense and part, there are things of a loveliness comparable to that of the celestials, which fill us with veneration for their Creator and convince us of their origin in the divine forms, which show how ineffable is the beauty of the Supreme.


I feel an indescribable ecstasy and delirium in melting, as it were, into the system of beings, in identifying myself with the whole of nature.

(Jean Jacques Rousseau)

Everything on earth is in a continual flux - nothing stays constant or fixed. Our attachments to external things pass and change as things do. But there is one state where the soul finds a solid enough seat to rest and gather in all its being, with no need to recall the past or to press on to the future; a state where time is nothing, where the present lasts forever, with no mark of duration or trace of succession; a state where there is no feeling of deprivation or enjoyment, pleasure or pain, desire or fear—only that of our simple existence, which fills our soul entirely...


What is it that one is enjoying in such a situation? Nothing exterior to oneself, nothing but oneself and one's own existence. As long as this state lasts one is self-sufficient like God.

(Jean Jacques Rousseau)

The system of nature is at the same time the system of our mind. Nature is God’s mind made visible, and mind is nature made invisible.

(Schelling, Philosophy of Nature).

Using the example of David and Goliath, author Guylaine Lanctot (The Medical Mafia) addresses the question of successful victory over adversity. Her analogy applies perfectly to our present thesis.

David, she writes, destroyed his monstrous enemy because he did four important things: He identified his enemy, he overcame his fear, he found a weak spot, and he used a simple weapon.

It should now be clear what kind of consciousness and behavior will precipitate the fourth outcome mentioned in this chapter. The outcome asked for a remedy that is relatively non-violent, attractive to all peoples from any class or culture, and guaranteed to be 100 percent successful.


The answer is that we, the present occupants of the planet, make a conscious return to the land (to the Earth) and that we begin again to apply the rituals preserved by the Shamanic traditions of our individual races. In so doing, we strengthen the “immune system” of the biosphere, which then allows the Earth (in its own mysterious manner) to destroy or repel the offending presence. Thus, the pathogens infecting her become eradicated in a way that is sane, healthy, and permanent.

When the sleepers awaken and make a return to the Earth, a great circle of time closes. Men and women return to the human, as opposed to the alien, within themselves, becoming their own priests and priestesses.


The separation between the microcosm and the macrocosm passes away forever, like a shadow in the architecture of a nightmare, and the true Renaissance of Humankind begins.

I salute the light within your eyes where the whole Universe dwells. For when you are at the center within yourself and I within mine, we shall be as one.

(Crazy Horse, Shaman and Chief of the Lakota Sioux)

I am a wave of the sea, I am a murmur of the billows, I am a stag of the seven horns, I am a wide lake on a plain, I am a wind on the deep waters, I am shining tear of the sun, I am a hawk upon the rocks, I am the fairest of plants, I am a battle-waging spear, I am a salmon in the pool, I am a boar of courage, I am a hill of poetry, I am the craft of the artificer, I am a word of science, I am a god who creates in the head, the fire

Who but I knows the secret of the unhewn dolmen? Who enlightens the assembly on the mountain, if not I? Who but I, telleth the ages of the moon? Who but I, showeth the resting place of the sun?
(Song of Amergin, Bard of Prehistoric Ireland)