THE REALIZATION THAT "I am not like
other people" usually comes during childhood, the most
vulnerable time in a person's life.
is born of comparison, the perceived differences which
separate a child from his parents, his siblings, and
also from certain children in the neighborhood or school
yard. At the most basic stages, we call this process
individuation. And the realization of separateness
is so universal that children's stories have been
created to help ease the tension in a young person's
process - such as
The Ugly Duckling, which follows a young
duckling through a huge identity crisis that is only
abated when he discovers he's actually a swan, orphaned
from his original flock. Other stories, such as
Beauty and the Beast, or
The Hunchback of Notre Dame, explore the ideas
of beauty and ugliness, and the cruel ways these
concepts are often addressed in popular society.
Ultimately, the resolution of childhood 'heebie jeebies'
about personal appearance, emotional development, and/or
physical performance comes about when one's self image
changes from "I am not like other people" to "we are all
unique, and beautiful in our own way." Granted, the way
society operates - including the Medical Religion, with
all its 'thou shalt nots' and 'guidelines for normalcy'
- it's a wonder ANY of us emerge from youth without
serious impairment to our sense of self. Indeed, some
people struggle for years, dealing with early-childhood
impressions of themselves. But none of that matches the
chaos going on in the minds and hearts of certain ones
who are among us these days - people who are playing
'host' to energies and infusions of 'new knowledge'
which far exceed the differences which exist between
ducks and swans.
Coloring Outside the Lines
Those who specialize in Child Psychology have a host of
methods they can use to peek inside the psyche of a tiny
person who is not yet able to verbalize what he or she
is feeling. Play therapy is one of those methods.
Drawing and Painting is another. One key indicator that
a youngster is bound for 'personal challenges' in the
area of socialization would be his/her tendency to
color outside the lines when working with coloring
books and crayons. If the lines and forms are symbolic
of the masculine aspect of the personality (logic and
reason), the colors would be an indicator of the
feminine aspect (emotion, intuition) - how it operates
in his life, and the effects it tends to have.
The Veil of Forgetfulness is a semi-permeable, etheric
membrane which covers the consciousness of every being
who enters the World of Form. The Veil keeps us focused
in one universe, working on a single 'life itinerary'
while infinite numbers of alternative existences spin
and unfold all around us. Those who are considered to be
'sensitives' are those whose Veils are thin,
allowing access to more possibilities and tones coming
from outside the current 'reality box' that has been
handed to us. Some people actually contract to have
holes poked through their Veils - through traumatic
injury, sudden remembrance, or usage of certain drugs -
creating an influx of Multiversal Energy where universal
energy once flowed.
If a 'universe' represents an entire spectrum of
'material' essence that is being focused upon by one
individual (uni=one), the
Multiverse is a compilation of several
possible/probable universes being formed and operated by
a number of individuals. In another analogy, a universe
is like the functioning of a single PC (perceptual
context), while the Multiverse is a whole network of
PCs, bound together by intention... and the Omniverse is
so big we don't even need to consider it here, except to
know that it IS and we are all part of it.
As our Meta-Humans begin awakening and making themselves
known, the first tones they produce just might sound
somewhat dissonant - because some of the key elements
they carry within them represent a divergence away from
the 'norm' that everyone has been taught to revere. A
telltale sign this is happening would be 'knee-jerk'
reactions that come when these folks (usually young
people, but not always) open their mouths, or begin
expressing their views about what they'd like to see
happening in the world.
When I do intuitive readings for people, I have
developed what's called "the ten second rule" for
measuring their clear receptivity around what I tell
them. If I make an observation about their lives, and
they deny the validity of the reading within the first
ten seconds after they've heard it, I consider that an
instant validation we've hit "pay dirt" involving
something really important. Granted, continued
interpretation and adaptation of the insight may be
needed - because we've entered into a dark cavern of the
soul, and things found in caverns are often covered with
dust. But it is their knee-jerk reactivity,
before an insight is given careful consideration, which
signals we have entered into important territory.
so, the Meta-Humans who are now appearing among us, will
naturally produce instant, knee-jerk reactions in people
with whom they come in contact. Those initial reactions
can be terrifying for them, driving these Gifted Ones
into silence, into hiding, or other self-censuring
behaviors. One of the best stories I've found to
illustrate this is a movie called
in which a young boy with special 'powers and gifts' is
face-to-face with a
society that is definitely not ready to receive him.
Another great story in this regard is the movie
starring John Travolta.
An Infection Or An Infusion?
We, in the Twentieth Century, like to think of ourselves
as 'advanced.' But are we, really? Our toys cost more,
and there are many more of them - but have we really
gone anywhere in consciousness?
When I present this query, I am purposely omitting from
consideration advances in mystical awareness.
As has been mentioned, the past thirty years have been
filled with breakthroughs of knowledge in the realms of
Spirit. And now our society is beginning to bring forth
beings we call 'Meta-Humans.' Will our emotional and
mental acuity be able match the influx of advanced
energies and life forms that is soon to come upon us?
If we compare our general society today with other
periods of history - like, for example, the Middle Ages
- we see some interesting parallels. Peeling back the
years between then and now, we enter the medieval period
to see the Priests of the "Old Religion" being very
focused on a certain affliction, being observed in their
parishioners, called being 'filled with a demon.'
So frightening was this condition, in the minds of the
people, that their ministers formulated certain criteria
for telling whether a person was 'possessed' or not -
complete with a list of practical 'tests.' These verbal
examinations were designed to break through the denial
of a person who was 'afflicted,' and prove whether or
not he or she was 'of the Devil.' Beginning small, with
examinations being conducted upon only a few, rare cases
- this concern about 'demons' grew into the horror we
now call "The Inquisition."
It's not hard to figure out how people might be
threatened by 'new' thought possibilities that are being
set forth these days. The New Paradigm Concepts of
Multidimensionality can be incredibly challenging to
a 'normal' 3D mind. Some consider them to be a 'virus,'
spreading ruthlessly through modern culture at an
alarming rate. Others view them as an elixir - a wonder
drug with power to solve all the world's ills.
Twentieth Century Inquisitors
referred earlier to the High-Priests of the Church of
Health Care as "Guardians of the Status Quo." We saw how
interested people are in making sure that they live
within this very important guideline called the 'norm.'
When someone or something appears within society, which
carries an image or implication that things are going to
change - perhaps in a radical way - it is
probable that society will initially resist
that person or idea.
Down through the ages, that which threatens the
'familiar path' has almost always been labeled evil.
Humans don't often like to change. It hurts us to build
new habits, new patterns of seeing and believing. The
word "diagnose" represents a joining together of two
ideas. Dia which means "something apart" or
"other" and gnosis means "to know" or to
"identify." When a physician is running through his
various formats of examination, he is looking for
something. He's looking for an 'other' to identify.
After all, you came into his office and said:
"something's wrong!" Therefore, he is trying to find out
what evil has come upon you - so he can cast it out and
help you become 'normal' again.
Instead of Demons, our modern day physicians look for
Infection in the body by "Germs" (viruses and bacteria).
They look for "Disorders" in the body's systems or they
seek to identify "Neuroses" and/or "Psychoses" in the
mind. They look for something out of the ordinary,
because we tell them to look for it. After all,
something's happening with us which we don't
understand, so we go to a Doctor to find out what's
happening. If we can get a clear answer, everyone's
happy. But if not, it just might mean that we're
evolving into something entirely new, something that
hasn't been categorized yet. In my series
Dealing With Spiritual Emergency, published in
Children of the New Earth last year, I deal at
length with the emergence aspect of the word
"emergency." And the most obvious correlation between
the two would be the imminent labor and delivery of a
You can review the articles, it's all there in detail
for your convenience, including the Rosemary's Baby
model of the 1960s, the Exorcist model of the
1970s, and who could forget that cute little
Alien who jumped out that guy's chest in the
1980s? Then there were the Sci-Fi novels:
Aliens Among Us, Strangers Among Us,
and how about
The Village of the Damned? In the end, the
whole business inevitabily turns into a war, between the
'Neos' and 'Luke Skywalkers' of some Rebel Alliance, and
the 'Agent Smiths' and 'Darth Vader's' of the existing
Empire: Old Paradigm versus New.
In the final stages of a Medieval Inquisition, the
'penalty' for not confessing to one's link with the
Devil was death. It was a sentence that was
'passed' upon an accused person, spoken by a Priest who
declared that he or she is 'beyond redemption.' In
modern times, you can be declared 'insane' or 'severely
disordered,' and a Priest of Modern Healthcare can order
you to be incarcerated and medicated, in some cases
against your will. Today's process is far less
'medieval,' but certainly involves its own brand of
heartbreak. The scope of our beliefs and understandings
about the paranormal is still quite limited. In many
cases, the only 'treatment' for the emergence of
Meta-Human Traits and Behaviors is to suppress them
through usage of drugs, or dismissal of the logic behind
the changes. And again, this is not the 'fault' of the
Religious or Medical Communities, per se. It's just the
usual way human society deals with change:
At Reconnections, we have a Team of individuals who work
alongside emerging Meta-Humans as they awaken and seek
to find their place in the world. We call it the Dream
Team, because many of the initial contacts we make have
to happen in meditation or on the dreamscape. That's how
cloistered some of them are! When I get a letter from a
concerned parent, and determine within my own spirit
that it has relevance, I pass it onto the Team for
Usually, there are common traits presented. The kid's a
genius, has been exercising certain 'powers and gifts'
for many years (usually psychic knowing or
telepathy-type gifts), and now he (or she) has sunken
into a deep depression. He doesn't want to be here
anymore, but he loathes the idea of suicide. Though
there are young people who will write on their own
behalf, many have completely lost hope that there is
someone who might be able to understand what they're
going through. This is why we introduce ourselves to
them in dreams.
Dream Healing is one of the foundation stones of an
ancient art known as alchemy. One of the host
Guides into the
a mage who goes by the name "Belteshazzar." He was one
of the original Alchemists, and a frequent-user of Dream
Therapy to resolve conflicts in mind or body.
"Make it stop, Mother, make it stop!" These are the
words of little Regan Mac Neill in the 1970s classic
The Exorcist, as her tiny body is rocked and
wracked by what are believed to be demonic forces.
What's a mother to do? The same type of cry is being
uttered, again and again, in doctor's offices across the
land. As we said in the first segment: What's a good
doctor to do? Meta-Humans are awakening, but only a few
of them are remembering who they are or why they came
here. All they know is: The lifestyles they seem to
require, in order to be at peace, are wreaking havoc in
the lives of their families, communities, and their
The avante-garde painter,
Salvador Dali, was once quoted as saying: "The basic
difference between me and an insane man is: I am not
insane!" I love this quote, because it perfectly
expresses what I believe to be a path of deliverance for
many a Meta-Humans as they come 'online' these days.
With his art, Dali found a medium of expression to
embody what he was seeing, and what lessons he was
preparing to bring to a transitioning world. And with
his bravado and innate self-confidence, he cleared a
path of honest expression, so societal resistance didn't
block the clarity of his messages.
Next month, we'll talk about some specific cases of
Meta-Humans as they come online - the joys, the
problems, and the adjustments they must make if they are
to survive in this world. In the meantime, have a great
1-1-1 Energy is fully in motion now, is it not?
Enjoy the ride.