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22 June 2010

No, Well, Probably Three


now in the last entry, 
I contemplated how a given channelling body
can channel more than one personality,
probably three,
maybe more.

I know I have at least three who are 
pretty damned strong.

Are any of them me?

(insert my name as it is known on this earthly plane, which,
quite frankly, 
just isn't that important.)

Not a single damned one of them can claim that name.

They are all other spirits
working through my
earthly avatar
and the difference
between me
and you
is that I acknowledge
that not one single aspect
of the combination of forces
that exist within me 
is dominant:
they are all equal,
and their primary job
on earth is to find a way
whereby they can function 
as equals.

The only way is by using the mind,
that tool in our Avatar
that we were given,
which has the power
to balance our disparate differences.

I mean, honestly, why not?

It seems the most economical way to do it, after all.

Imagine all the fragmented,
personalities that resulted
from the shattering of the glass
at the beginning of time

-- that nasty old reflecting surface, that mirror --
(to understand this more, please see my earlier entries on the mirror
and palindromes)

We've gone through time
piecing them together,
trying to find the perfect balance --

(each couple, indeed, could be channeling
up to at least eight personalities,
maybe more,
that have to be absolutely in harmony
in order for the couple
to be happy.)
I'm going back to non-italics:
if you can,
read these sections first,
then go back to the italics,
because that's how my mind works:

So, imagine this:
our bodies are avatars =
containers that carry
the multiple dimensions
of the aspect
of God
which is perfect.

It's funny, because
in the movie 
there was only one 
don't you think that,
given the expense of the technology,
and given
the rise in group think
in our society 
even Americans would see the logic
of putting more than one personality 
into on avatar --

that's right:
if the USofA
developed the technology
of the avatar and decided
(as in the movie)
to get to know
another nation or creation,
you'd be damned sure you wouldn't get
an avatar to yourself:
it's neither cost conscious, 
nor effective.

Indeed, folks working
in avatars
would have to learn to work together,
in small groups
wherein the personalities all
have different,
That would make maximum use of the technology.

 . . . . . 
I mean, seriously,
how many space flights had 
only one man on board?

And for the ones that did only have one man,
did they get very far?

This is not to say that we don't need those rebels,
those daredevils who dare
to go first,
but when it comes right down to getting bigger jobs done,
yes, even America has come to realize
you need more than one.

I'm not being a communist:
just look at it; 
we - the USofA - are very clearly promoting
the group:

 (Google meeting pods designed after Antarctic expedition igloos
found at:

in-class presentations,
working environments,
everything ----is moving
towards privileging
groups over individuals
so why do we get so upset
over the idea of
a government that acknowledges
that the health of the group
is at least as important as the health
of the individual?


Or a government style that feels that
promoting collective solutions
can be more productive than
individual solutions?

I went off track to point out that,
one of the primary flaws in 
the logic of the American system is that
it places far too much importance
on the individual, even as it is
acknowledging, more and more
that the best solutions are
collective solutions.
Very rarely do we experience
 a genius, 
and I'm about to propose an explanation
as to why that so rarely happens:

So imagine this:
Imagine that when we are not in our bodies,
we are in another form -
a spiritual form,
that is nearly perfect,
except for the fact that it
was kind of broken
at the beginning of time.

That's right,
the entity we embody 
when we are not in our bodies
is not God;
it is the representation of God
and it was created
at the beginning of time, 
it was kind of broken,
by God, who (if you remember
my earlier entries, on the Creation,
etc. . . .follow the key words)
in a moment of weakness,
had the crazy idea
that He wanted
to create something that was exactly
the same
as Him.

That's right:
why the hell did God
want to create something in his own likeness
If he was everything?

I mean:
seriously, folks,
if God is everything
he has no fucking reason
to want to create
beyond himself.

come on!
Let's be serious, 

but he did

And the reason why God felt the desire
to see himself,
was because:
He is Everything.
And part of everything is:

So at the moment when God experienced
a preponderance of Desire,
(because God, being God, goes in cycles,
trying out the various aspects
of everything
at regular intervals)
He produced Us.
So He could look at Us.
Because we are all
part of Him.
We, combined,
are the mirror image
of God,
which -
don't forget 
- is Everything.

Humankind is the
ongoing experimen
to reproduce
the perfect mix
that is God
so we can get back to the task
of reflecting God's greatness
back to God;
we can get back to the task of being God.

So each human entity
is a combination
of the parts of Him,
but only a limited combination

each one of us is limited
in  the qualities we can hold
because we're holding our qualities
in physical containers,
and the physical
is not infinite.

So please read my entries on tikkun, Kabbalah, and Creation --
I can't explain again everything in them.

imagine this:

at the moment of creation
God broke the mirror,
or whatever the object was
that He intended to view himself in
because, shit,
that mirror had the task of 
any created substance
does not match the power
of Everything.

So the mirror broke,
into bits and pieces
that got named at that moment
of creation;
humans are part of that
and our task ever since then
has been:

to put it back together again;
to reproduce
the perfect
of all the elements
and rejoin
which is everything,
This is a problem
and a challenge,
the inherent aspect
of all life
all creation
is that it is 

In fact,
we had to gain
a more specific
sense of our selves,
our specific identities
before we could
merge again
into being

That's what the beauty of America

One of my former husbands said
that America is nothing but
a great experiment
(oh, I know he's not the first to say it)
a great attempt to 
ignore difference, but of course
that's proving to be impossible:

the biggest problem in America today
is that we just can't tolerate

But to be American,
following the original tenents
of America
is to be

America was the first step 
in the evolution of the collective mind
to combine the parts of the broken vessel
on a collective level. 

But perhaps it was too early?
No, I think not --

At the beginning of time,
when God created Man,
he produced Avatars,

recognizing that the Avatars
cannot contain just one piece
of God,
because if the Avatars
contained just one piece
of God,
they would simply sustain the problem,
the problem being
that God was not Everything
as long as Part of Everything
was Us.


The United States of America --

That place where States -
geographical boundaries
retain an individual identity
when the real essence
of the founding fathers' documents
was Union.

If the United States of America
could realize that
it is one country
that is responsible for
all  of its citizens
no matter what
their race, religion,
color, or code,
then the United States of America

be the model for the rest of the World.
But the danger, is, this:
we can't do it while also retaining
our stubborn hold on believing 
in the validity of the individual.

We literally have to lose
our Egos

and love one another

Now isn't that the craziest thing
you've ever heard in your life?

. . . . this is not the miracle.

The miracle is this:

if we suddenly,
by some 
balance of all the elements,
all our disparate parts
Fell In Love
with each other,
which means:
loving the black man
loving the white man
loving the Asian man
loving the Muslim man
loving the man who
loves the man;
the woman who loves
the woman because she sees
the woman understands, in a way
that no man can understand
because the Man Is The Mirror

In every couple, we have the reproduction
of the two halves of God -- the women
gets the horrible task of being the more powerful
creative half,
the Man, oh the sad sad Man,
has to recognize that his task
is, well, functional:
the Man is the Mirror,
the object God produced
so God Could See God--Self.

But it gets more challenging still:
if you can acknowledge the premise
that each couple reenacts the creative impulse,
the moment of desire when God wanted to see 

and if you acknowledge the idea that
the mirror broke
because it was not up to the job,
and WE are the pieces of the mirror
and OUR TASK is to use this earth
our earthly avatars
all the elements the earth gives us
in order to find
the perfect balance that brings us back to

well, hell, if you're still with me,
bless your heart,
If you can acknowledge all of that,
well, then you might see why
it is essential that all these avatars
(AKA: our bodies)
cannot just contain 
(ie: channel)
one personality

To be more efficient,
the avatars
should contain at least three, maybe
even four
of the elements of God,
and if
within that avatar
those elements find a way 
to have balance,
that avatar,
which we know as a human personality
would be said to have attained a level of self-awareness
that is genius:

genius is when, in fact, a human entity represents
a successful experiment
a successful combining
of the disparate parts
of the pieces of a mirror
that was intended to have the power
to mirror the Almighty.
If you take that the next step then,
what is Love?
Love is the capacity for one human being
who has found a sincere balance 
between the elements he/she is channeling
to absolutely forgive, desire, and respect
another individual who has done the same.

Perfect Love
is when each individual is capable of looking beyond
terrific differences

anyway --
I am channeling at least three personalities,
and one of them is most definitely
Makropoulos --
at least one other
loves the idea of Makropoulos
and wants to play along,
and another does too
but she's the personality
who, to date, has always 
been a Company Girl.
There might be
another one in there,
and I think she's a slut.

The thing is:
the other three are so
darned strong,

we're working so hard
at just getting

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