They both think and feel BEYOND their immediate, physical bodies. Second depth awareness involves a deeper, often intuitive awareness of negative energy (and electrogravity), coupled with a greater outward spread of the person’s sensing (this invariably merges into collectively shared dimensions). Via a negative cycle through, and out into space-time, they feel out into further reaches. This is how some of us can almost instantly know what another is thinking (often far away).
Strange as it may seem, animals lacking intellectual barriers may rely on second depth awareness for their survival. When elephants grabbed humans and ran uphill before the tsunami struck in 2005, when dogs ran upslope before any visible signs of disaster, they probably relied on second depth. Second depth awareness is part of remote sensing. The physics (and community of mind) that allow this to occur are explained in earlier chapters.
At first this may require coordinated focus on a given individual or others, who act as a kind of meeting place for various minds, but over time it becomes a larger, habitual awareness. This allows us to walk into a room full of people and know the mood and subject of recent interactions there. It involves a kind of transparency, as does all telepathy.
* Go ahead and try it; in most cases it can only improve your life.
Other people can know your thoughts. Initially, this may be awkward among sexuals, but among non-sexuals it’s much less so. Transparency of the sort takes a little getting used to. Many of the lies and misconceptions that tangle up in a mind wither away, as a result (a saving grace, in itself).
A man who spends too much time looking a woman up and down may find that she turns warily and looks in his direction. In second depth societies, a man who wants power for criminal reasons can’t do so without detection. The lies of a given regime and its crimes can all be known—by ANY of the people.
Over time, second depth awareness evolves into higher order(s) of extra awareness, which advanced hyperversals and community of mind exemplify. There are all-important, if not phenomenal understandings and dynamics that can only be known through such awareness, and equality. Believe it or not, the difference between community of mind and an individual is GREATER THAN the difference between an individual and a single brain cell.
When humans start to interact (and probe) within second depth awareness, the same advanced community tries, in various ways, to assure that pre-existing, non-violent conventions are understood.
As we’ve seen with hyperversals, this meeting of minds can be touchy, at times, but, in overall terms, should lead to mutually more evolved continuities.
Mack wrote that Catherine,
Sometimes, humans note a distant, if not patronizing alien attitude toward the human condition. For example, the Verdant-abetting “three ellipticals” hyperversal section sometimes tries to fob off a superficial image of themselves, at face value. That isn’t how they see themselves, of course, but, given the ghastly ironies in the Verdant strategy, they find it convenient to pose themselves that way to humans.
For humans, the sheer presumption of such aliens can be a problem. Hyperversals of the sort tend to think that everything is different after the hyperversals. Moreover, they may attempt to pre-empt other structures and communications networks in this entire multi-galactic vicinity.
They may, at times, tend to dismiss all ET’s who evolved during the current cycle as though we’re all inexperienced, naïve lessers. Meanwhile, ET’s of the current universe cycle can see what the future holds: a stark need to conserve, prevent conflict, and reduce populations in galaxies like the Milky Way and Andromeda because we will merge, forming a large, hot and less hospitable elliptical galaxy.
It’s either do or die in such cases. But current cycle ET’s appear to know that.
We’ve heard the three ellipticals section say that the Verdant spectacle is simply a variation on a theme because humans would otherwise have experienced an intervention by one group or another. Hyperversals of the sort suggest that humans lack perspective regarding such matters. Keep in mind that hyperversals live long and have seen long histories of cold, hard brutality here, and elsewhere.
They assume that one way
or another, we’ll be compelled to change.