And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you. (Exodus 3:14)
What a powerful concept. If someone asks you who is in charge, you can say: I AM.
As we are children of the stars, consuming solar energy and being comprised of star dust, we are capable of taking a great deal of charge and using this energy to create the world we want to see around us. One of the most effective ways I have found to connect with the universal energy has been by taking in the light of the sun, our nearest star. It could be considered the reflection of I AM – the MA I, or the eye of the mother. That YHVH is revealed unto Moses in Exodus 3:14 further indicates the importance of the disc when piecing together our story of existence.
You are the sun and moon and stars are you
And I could never run away from you
You try at working out chaotic things
And why, should I believe myself not you?
I recently read Frank Herbert’s Dune and Philip K. Dick’s The Divine Invasion and The Transmigration of Timothy Archer. This “fiction” seems to be hitting upon a very deep, divine living truth that is present in our world today for those who wish to find it. Some of the connections I have been seeing, especially lately, have left me seriously questioning this world and my place and purpose within it.
He now had the universe inside him and his own brain outside everywhere. His brain extended into the vast spaces, far larger than the universe had been. Therefore he knew the extent of all things that were himself, he knew it and controlled it. ~ The Divine Invasion
Paul Atreides is the prophecied savior of the people of Dune (Arrakis or “Iraq is”) and he is known to them as Muad’dib (Mahdi). He is also known as the Kwisatz Haderach to the Bene Gesserit, as he is able to access the inner regions of both the male and the female sides, whereas the Sisters are unable to see into the male realms. The Bene Gesserit desire to uncover this knowledge and its associated powers drove them to initiate a long-running genetic breeding program that would yield a male with mental powers capable of bridging space and time.. The Bene Gesserit knew that, not only would their Kwisatz Haderach possess Other Memory on both the male and female side, but that he would be able to predict the future precisely. (Dune Wikia)
As has been previously discussed, there are a number of other books, movies, religions, and myths that tell similar stories. However, there are many people out there who need to have some more solid “proof,” and luckily for us there have been a number of scientific discoveries during the past century that support this idea that people are not only transmitters and receivers of source energy (aka “the force”), but that we also are this energy. Dr. Wilhem Reich and his work with orgone energy could help to illuminate this idea..
…unlike Sir Isaac Newton, Reich was not willing to stand upon the shoulders of giants. He stood only as high as his own experiences would allow, and from this low perch imagined himself to be a lone eagle soaring higher than any other man had ever reached. – Roger M. Wilcox
Orgone energy is an alleged type of “primordial cosmic energy” discovered by Dr. Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957) in the late 1930s. Reich was an Austrian immigrant to the U.S. who had been trained as a medical doctor, psychiatrist, and Freudian psychoanalyst. Reich claimed that orgone energy is omnipresent and accounts for such things as the color of the sky, gravity, galaxies, the failure of most political revolutions, and a good orgasm. In living beings, orgone is called bio-energy or Life Energy.. (Skeptic’s Dictionary)
Orgone energy devices have been shown to successfully instigate rain over land when there is sufficient moisture in the air. This does not require dangerous chemtrails and is relatively inexpensive. This orgone energy could have been harnessed by “natives” in their rain dances and could be done at a large scale to transform this planet back into a great garden. Why is this not happening!?
In The Divine Invasion, Yahweh was defeated and living on another planet for the past few thousand years. In order to defeat the entity that has ruled in his place, keeping humanity caged, Yah impregnates a woman and is smuggled onto Earth, where the final battle plays out. Because of an accident prior to his birth, he forgets his true name and it takes him a while to piece everything together. When he understands his true power, he plans out his defeat of Belial, the builder of labyrinths and prisons, the goat god that wishes to debase everything. Seeing as how couples have kids instead of children today, it is safe to assume that Dick was not speaking of some far off reality.
In order to give more context for this adversarial relationship, let’s consider Timothy Archer’s thoughts:
Zeus punished Prometheus by chaining him and sending an eagle to eat his liver, which regenerated itself endlessly. However, Hercules released him. Prometheus was a friend to mankind beyond any doubt. He was a master craftsman. There is an affinity to the legend of Satan, certainly. As I see it, Satan could be said to have stolen–not fire–but true knowledge of God. However, he did not bring it to man, as Prometheus did with fire. Perhaps Satan’s real sin was that upon acquiring that knowledge he kept it to himself; he did not share it with mankind. That’s interesting . . . by that line of reasoning, one could argue that we could acquire a knowledge of God by way of Satan… Man must assault Satan and seize this knowledge, and take it from him. Satan does not want to yield it up. For concealing it–not for taking it in the first place–he was punished. Then, in a sense, human beings can redeem Satan by wresting this knowledge from him.
In our process of “re-membering” King Osiris let’s consider a somewhat obscure religious sect that existed for a few hundred years in Russia..
One of the basic Khlysty teachings was of the ever-renewing reincarnation of God, or the Lord, in man. This could happen on earth anywhere, and at anytime. The birth at Nazareth, where God became man, was not an isolated event, but was constantly being repeated.
This reincarnation of God in man is only achieved by the total self-denial and submission to the will of the Holy Spirit. This was called the “mysterious death” by which the person dies to all sensations of the flesh, he no longer can sin. He now passes through what was called the “mysterious resurrection.” Once the person has underwent this mystical transformation he shares in the divine abilities to heal, prophesy, raise the dead, rescue souls from hell and lead them to heaven. Also on the day of the Last Judgment he can deliver out rewards and punishments.
This man was thought to be God and man together, a new Christ. (Khlysty)
The first picture shows Kyle Maclachlan (from Twin Peaks) as Paul Atreides in the movie version of Dune. This came out the same year that Kyle Reese was battling the Terminator – 1984 – when I was a baby. The second picture is Kyle Rayner as The Green Lantern (he later takes on the role of Ion). And then we see Muad’dib shown as a green god of the desert. Also, Kyle from South Park always wears a green hat to hide his curly red hair.
The spice ritual from Dune is when a Reverend Mother transforms the poisons from the water of life into an orgiastic drug, which gives enhanced perceptions and is quite similar to what Timothy Archer theorizes the “I AM” or the anokhi to be..
They made mushroom bread out of it. They made a broth from it and drank the broth; ate the bread, drank the broth. That’s where the two species of the Host come from, the body and the blood. Apparently the anokhi mushroom was toxic but the Zadokites found a way to detoxify it, at least somewhat, enough so it didn’t kill them. It made them hallucinate. (and have orgies)
Throughout The Divine Invasion Yahweh is supported by his cosmic counterpart – his other half – the shekhinah to his Godhead. Through her helpful, but sometimes adversarial relationship to Yah, the fairy queen shows him that the world and its people are worth saving. She takes him to her realm and together they create a better place for their people.
At the end of Dune Muad’dib brings waters and peace after years of war.
In the name Gabriel, Kha-Vir- El, according to the ancient Egyptian pronunciation, Ga or Ka show the wish, the feeling and the expressed love; Bir or Vir show the water element. In fact, Gabriel rules the water and the liquids, which form three quarters of the planet. Gabriel is the superintendent of the whole physical kingdom. He’s also called “God’s Hero” and he’s the chief of the ambassadors for the mankind, as well as the Revelation Angel. Majestic, dressed up with rich clothes, in the Christian iconography he’s often portrayed on his knees in front of the Virgin Mary with his arms crossed on his chest or with a parchment, a sceptre or a lily in his hand. He’s also the messenger of good news. Gabriel is the keeper of the creativity expressed in all knowledge fields; he’s the one who opens man’s mind to the genius and beauty understanding, the one who makes – “to conceive” ideas, since to him it belongs everything concerning the conception, both at physical levels and on the ones merely abstract. (Source)