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dianna
5th February 2014, 19:25
Why Isnít There a Popular Theory of Dark Mind in Psychology?

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The more Iíve rocketed my personal microverse to the outer fringes with various Occult exploration techniques, the more Iíve come to the conclusion that weíre spiritually retarded as a species. And let me define what I mean by spirituality quite clearly here. Of the spirit. Dreams, visions, hallucinations, synchronicities, etc. The opposite of materialism essentially. Spirit. Itís right in the ****ing word. All of our brains do this primal reality creating trick to a certain extent. And when I say that weíre spiritually retarded Iím not just using the term for insensitive comedic effect. I actually think itís an apt metaphor. Those we derogatorily refer to as retarded are often defined by the more PC ďdevelopmentally disabledĒ and in a way, I think thatís whatís going on with us. On one hand weíve developed the logical mathematic side of ourselves at a freakishly rapid clip, but on the other, weíre still starting wars based on interpretations of visions that supposedly happened thousands of years ago. These visions can be easily reproduced in a rather scientific manner but thereís an enormous societal taboo that the business collusion between religion and war have put on the pursuit of this hidden information. The development of our 5th dimensional hive minds has been effectively retarded and Iíve come to think this retardation is purely intentional.

I suppose one of the reasons I think this has to do with a spontaneous ganj-i-tation transmission I had roughly a year ago (friend me on Facebook so you can keep up with this sort of Occult derangement, Iím quoting my feed here):


ďI have a series of absolutely crazy visions. The eye in the pyramid. The Inner Eye. The Illuminati (run by Beyonce and Jay-Z). ďDonít be surprised thereís a bug in your eye.Ē to quote sir Wyndorf. Itís like the eye of Sauron for a second. When you look into the eye, itís looking back at you. Things get dark and the image of an upside down pentagram projects into my consciousness. Itís projecting into all of us. This pisses me off but I get it. Sports, the dark materialistic masculine side of humanity. We have to get it in check. I focus and turn the pentagram right side up with the power of the same image and eye, flooding it with white light energy.Ē

Of course this was echoing things that Iíd seen hinted at before. Hell, the idea that weíve been banished from paradise is a biblical one. In the above vision however I was seeing the precision machinery of internal order which is intentionally binding us here. As a couple of people informed me after writing about this, various mystics throughout history have seen these machinations of conformity working behind the scenes, so itís not just me. Part of the communiquť also involved my intuitive impression that this operation is projected into our spirits largely through the increased corporate control of the media. When you think about it, since advertising revenue generates most content on that level, the last thing youíre ever going to see seep through the bottom line enhancing approval filter is anything explicitly endorsing the hyper potency of the human imagination.

And yet the good news on that front is that about a week ago I had yet another concise internal dialogue where I was informed that this coercive force has lessened in power or moreover, that its peak has crested and its efficacy will now be in a state of continual decline moving forward. Of course this all goes in line with the classic Occult procession of Aeons concept. From this perspective our former shamanic incarnation (who built the pyramids and all that other weird ****) was materialistically retarded and now youíve got us and weíre spiritually retarded. The combination of both of these Aeons will create a new era of humanity with a more balanced understanding of both of these aspects of ourselves Ė the masculine and feminine combine to create a new conquering child and all. There are always metaphors within metaphors.

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Of course a few days after Iím internally informed about the reduced efficacy of this primordial order generating matrix, I read that Scientific American of all places is now endorsing the reclassification of psychoactive chemicals so we can you know, actually like, study them, rather than running in terror and throwing people in prison. Now of course what I find interesting about this new approach modern psychology is taking has to do with how amazingly conservative it is. Quite genius. There is just too insane a bias against the enormous potential these sacred chemicals possess that youíve got to grossly undersell it as not to freak out the squares. The day before the Super Bowl I watched a discussion on the weed laws in Denver and Seattle on the national news. Nobody on the panel mentioned anything about the meditational or sexual intensifying aspects of the drug. I still donít see this being discussed much outside of Disinfo posts like this. From an Occult perspective, thatís the entire point but maybe it is better to keep people a bit in the dark at the moment. Maybe the upside down pentagram projection device grounding us here needs to weaken a bit more before we can work these ideas in at a deeper level. Now youíve got a psychological movement selling us on the idea that we can use sacred chemicals to help cure things like drug addiction, obsessive compulsive disorder, and PTSD. Not saying they canít, just saying that youíre shooting a wee bit low with all that. This stuff has the potential to completely transform religion as we know it. No more wars over how we can use our dicks and ****. Seriously.

Now that weedís being legalized, Iíve been contemplating the potentiality of starting a Gnostic based pot meditation church in Seattle. Again, not something I was even considering until it was suggested to me while surfing a wave of hypnagogic marijuana intel. The thing about pot is, it takes a bit of hypnotic suggestion and focus to push the user toward this sort of revelatory bliss. Most people donít put in the effort or moreover, are never privy to the suggestion as to its potentiality. But imagine if something as basic as say, psilocybin was legal. How are churches going to compete with that? I spent years doing all the Christian rituals. Absolutely nothing youíre going to find singing hymns and reading the bible obsessively is going to get you that close to God. How would traditional pastors compete with someone like me in an open market type situation under those parameters? Theyíd have to adapt pretty quickly and when that starts happening, itís already too late. Consumerismís in its ****ing death knell. This kind of **** has to start happening or weíre ****ed. As much as itís nice and important that mainstream science is finally taking an interest in psychoactive transcendent inquiry, itís truly down to the mystics to sort out this divine madness for the masses. We have to start training people to be mystics and right now thatís not a path very many are pursuing at all because thereís no money in it, at least not like there is in mega churches. If people did pursue it, theyíd find that thereís a point on this path where you realize your supposedly rational mind is failing you and needs to be used as a tool, not the barrier that itís become. I refer to this as ďsubmission to a higher order of knowingĒ but it can be called a number of things and itís not at all easy to achieve. If we continue to let total frauds masquerade as our spiritual leadership, the unending retardation continues. Everyone knows something is off with humanity. We need psychedelic updates installed immediately.

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And since the bias against the idea that any sort of inner experience has meaning or value is still so intense, weíve got to start with baby steps. One of the things that instantly struck me as incredibly odd when studying psychology in my early twenties was that in other supposed hard sciences like astronomy or physics, you can come up with nutty fringe theories about the nature of the universe and have them taken incredibly seriously. Do that in psychology and it just doesnít fly or moreover, itís simply not done. Iíll never forget sitting in an astronomy class and having the concept of dark matter explained to me. This of course was right around the time I was going through my psilocybin inspired psychic transformation. So, because other parts of the universe donít seem to behave by the laws of physics as we know them, that means thereís invisible stuff ****ing with it behind the scenes. The more you get into it, what theyíre essentially saying is that 90% of all reality exists outside of our perception. Thatís a pretty out there concept. I guess I never understood why the laws of physics couldnít just work differently in other parts of the universe. Maybe up is down out there, but whatever.

The point is that if you simultaneously said that our conscious reality is largely dictated by dark forces of the mind outside our perception it’s simply not tolerated. The idea that these forces arenít purely inanimate just doesnít jibe right with what the hard science folks have been lead to believe about reality. But that theory isnít based on physical things they might argue, and thatíd be the problem. It is. You can quite conservatively say that while all sorts of bizarro inner mindgasm experiences canít be perceived by others in a physical sense, much like how we infer dark matter and energy from the behavior of celestial bodies, we can infer the presence of dark mind from the behavior of humans and animals. These ecstatic visionary deluges from beyond absolutely manifest themselves into our world in quite concrete and tangible fashions. Whereas I canít know for sure if Grant Morrison was abducted by higher dimensional freaks from above in Katmandu, I certainly can read The Invisibles and have my mind blown. Whereas I canít tell whether or not Whitley Strieber was abducted by aliens or Robert Anton Wilson made contact with beings from the Sirius star system, I can resolutely say that something happened to them that compelled them to write about it. The inner weirdness couldnít be contained. Others read their work and if only for a brief period, that potentiality of mind is transferred to the reader. This is how consciousness is created and spreads. Itís all language when you get right down to it. You canít solve every problem with math.

The idea that explosive transpersonal states of mind are ďrealĒ is too hard a sell in the minds of most westerners whoíve been brought up to think them fantasy. And yet, whether or not you believe that someone is visited by grey aliens or leaves their body and ascends through the astral stratosphere, you canít deny that these experiences theyíre relaying do in fact affect their behavior in quite definitive ways. Robert Monroe was a successful businessman who out of nowhere decided to start a non-profit organization studying astral projection for instance. Why is that?

It gets even stranger when contemplating how these states have helped shape human history. Letís face it, we canít see peopleís thoughts at all, and yet all ideas that manifest themselves into a more concrete physical space originate as energy forms invisible to everyone but the thinker. Gets even stranger when investigating ancient shamanic cultures and their obsession with the creation of astronomy aligned architecture. Try tripping balls and staring at the stars and see if you donít start thinking youíre talking to super gods and other far out ****. We can test that. What we canít continue to do is not entertain the possibility that much like when we look at the skies and infer the unpredictable behavior of the stars is influenced by unknown dark forces, so too is our very behavior often dictated by unexplored strangeness in the outer reaches of our wildest imaginations. Since these sort of encounters inarguably influence the world in a quite physical way, we might just start having to considering them ďrealĒ.


Thad McKraken on February 4, 2014 in News
http://disinfo.com/2014/02/isnt-popular-theory-dark-mind-psychology/

johnf
5th February 2014, 22:46
That river?
In Egypt?

It hides itself well.

JohnF