Plane Developments (* A)

by | Apr 10, 2021 | Philosophy

Meditation takes me into
Places seldom gone
Contradictions rise so naturally
And comparisons of that beyond

Exampled, just minutes back
Heaven vs. hell
God as the One Supreme
Or his counterpart, ‘LIVED’ helps spell (*1)

Two camps thus all around
In consideration of just their own
Jockeying for position
EGO steadfast in the zone

Yet, somewhere on the sidelines
Science has it’s sway
Breaking down the Atom
The Super Collider gets in the way

Consciousness, a driving force
Impacting all we see
As mainstream media demonstrates
With propaganda on TV

Changing gears, once again
For a demonstration seen
Each mirror creates reaction
Projection coming in between

Assertions of a ‘religious cult’ (*2)
That the ‘other’s’ brand is wrong (*3)
Recognition by the inner-self
A manipulation all along

From the stance of EGO
Whereby patterns have been paved
The ‘Higher Spirit’ attempts to speak
Projections from an unmarked grave (*4)

The Globalists understand
How mind manacles constrain
Using influence, money and EGO traps
An infantile humanity to contain

Gearing into third this time
Patterns reflect that view (*5)
Human trafficking of brand new life
Points this Truth to you (*6)

In the beginning was the word
The word of God it says
Yet divorced are most from their words
Spewing from their head

The problems now before us
We’re all responsible for
Ignorant of the part we’ve played
As Globalist’s bar the door (*7)

Spiritual warfare playing out
As light decimates the night
Entanglement as in the Moses tale
‘Q’ engaging Spirit’s might

12:29 PM- 1:12 PM

Footnotes: (Added later)

(*A) Referring to the Phenomenal Plane. Things develop in our material
sphere of existence reflective of our dominant spiritual preoccupation.
It’s all energy.

(*1) Backwards ‘Lived’ spells Devil

(*2) The word religious means (in my mind) something done regularly. We
think of religion as associated with doctrine and tenants written down and
followed through the centuries, this is the meaning associated in the
poem. It is non-specific, whether Baptist, Muslim or another ideology or
even philosophy I suppose.

(*3) ‘Resistance is futile.’ As we place judgment and conviction against
anything, we help to strengthen it. Perhaps we need to be observing
current events as if we are watching a movie. In doing so, we’re not
emotionally attached to outcomes and therefore do not add to the drama or
length of duration.

(*4) When a person accuses someone of something, or has a say about
something in terms of another, it’s a way of allowing us to see
themselves. Given our tendency to chase after God, it’s obvious we cannot
locate god within, so therefore, nature has developed a method of insight
that provides a substitute. Our reality becomes the mirror through which
we are allowed to see ourselves. It may be something as simple as having a
condition that we’re not able to ‘BE’ with. So, when we speak
condemnations, we’re not able to see that we are attempting to school
ourselves in those issues that we cannot be with. The comment of ‘unmarked
grave’ implies unconsciousness.

(*5) I think the point I’m calling forth here is that the spiritual realm
or higher dimensions will give us concrete phenomenal conditions that will
allow us to see what we cannot see. So, on one hand we have the Globalists
attempting to keep us into an infantile state. With education and religion
in its current state, we cannot recognize our own participation in our own
demise. That is to their advantage. If they can keep us ‘barefoot and
pregnant, they can keep us home.’ If they can keep us angry, self-centered
(EGO-centered), separated or divided and miserable, they own our inherent
power to create something better. Which, of course, would spoil their plans
of absolute domination.

(*6) The general you, not ‘you’ specific.

(*7) Our ignorance serves their purpose.

Linda Brady

Linda Brady

Grandma Linda is a squigily peg in a square hole. Her poetry is aimed at moving the world to love, unity and perfect margaritas. And after years of perfecting the art, she has the skill to paint a better world and make it so.

When she is not serving customers, gazing at rocks, or visiting her grandchildren Linda is writing poetry. And even during all the above activities she has been known to write still.

– Zackary (self proclaimed “Favorite Grandson”)