The knowledge of our history. . .
That appearing in history books
May be true, or not so much
Depending where you look
Heard it said just recently
1907 was the year
History written after it
May not be that clear
Stories from that time on
Are stories just the same
Providing mass mis-direction
By those setting up the game
It’s hard to know what’s true
It changes day to day
Depending where you hear it
And the agenda ‘long the way
The calendar adhered to
The Vatican achieved
Commemorating Jesus birth or death
As a symbol of belief (*1)
The power of symbology
Addresses the unconscious mind
Marshalling general acceptance
Stabilization of humankind (*2)
The value in our history
A distraction, over-all
Disconnecting inherent potential
Trying to lead us toward a fall (*3)
But, back to the issue close at hand
The issue is of time
All we really, really have
Is this moment that we find
Each moment ‘Now’ is really all
That will ever last
The future’s in the distance
And ‘His-Story’s’ in the past
To focus and observe
With each living breath
Makes transformation possible
Providing life more depth.
(*1) “As a symbol of belief”: Symbols operate in the background of the
unconscious. The fact that our entire culture operates with the use of the
calendar as a major functioning tool helps to reinforce the veracity of the
birth of Christ. A child who showed up outside of any normal functioning.
I’d say Mary had quite a bit of support in getting that narrative across,
(*2) “Stabilization of humankind”: Through the use of symbols, it was
possible to get everyone in the ‘Christian’ world on the same page.
(*3) “Trying to lead us toward a fall”: The science involved in Quantum
Physics through quantum mechanics suggests that consciousness is a force in
nature and rather than being stalemated as an observer of reality,
consciousness actually is a creator.
We know that through the material world, as we have developed needs,
someone will come along and with or without other dedicated minds, will
create what is needed.
However, it goes beyond that, the thoughts we hold as true and valid can
actually manifest or influence changes to occur. Our own sense of
insignificance mirrored to us by those around us can be an impediment to
our overall development.