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    Well now, that is extremely interesting because I had a long phone conversation with someone who knows things, about five or six days ago and he said exactly the same thing. He said the elite wanted this planet and I said I couldn't understand why they just didn't get their own planet.

    He replied they were going to go somewhere else. They were going to willfully go. Get out of Dodge so to speak. I hope they take George Soros with them.
    "The only true currency in this bankrupt world is what we share with someone when we are uncool." From the movie "Almost Famous""l "Let yourself stand cool and composed before a million universes." Walt Whitman

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    Being trapped in Samsara means there can never be infinite progress, particularly when memory of previous lives is erased at each birth. This smells like an evil plan. Sustaining this thought is the fact that Moksha is considered to be an escape from Samsara. One can only escape from containment, which means Samsara is a prison. Humankind is trapped in a prison of cyclical processes (perpetually repeating rise and fall) that prevents infinite progress. I tried to write something coherent about this: http://isocult.blogspot.com/2019/01/...processes.html
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    And do please see the companion thread:
    Last edited by Bill Ryan; 27th September 2020 at 14:52.

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    Being trapped in Samsara means there can never be infinite progress, particularly when memory of previous lives is erased at each birth. This smells like an evil plan. Sustaining this thought is the fact that Moksha is considered to be an escape from Samsara. One can only escape from containment, which means Samsara is a prison. Humankind is trapped in a prison of cyclical processes (perpetually repeating rise and fall) that prevents infinite progress. I tried to write something coherent about this: http://isocult.blogspot.com/2019/01/...processes.html
    You are correct, we evolve to another realms and break out of samsara not the other way around, samsara will never evolve itself, it was "designed" to be just what it is, a trap that attract the so called "souls" like a big magneto or a black hole!

    Months ago a Buddhist Monk told me that the way out is meditation and living a rightful life and the majority will never make it. I didn't went into many details with the Monk but I got his point, but I also asked why many are not going to make it and he said: "they chose not to do this".
    Another question I asked him, was if samsara exists am I able to recollect old life memories in order to understand who I really are?
    His answer was yes, it happen naturally when one become enlightened.
    Another question I made was about where to learn it properly since there is so many branches of Buddhism, which one take it right and which one deviated from the original idea.
    his answer was very simply, actually one word only "Śūnyatā" which means voidness or emptiness but it also means meditative state or just meditation, in Theravada it is close related to anattā (non-self).

    Based on what I read and talk with others that know more than me on the subject, I realize that samsara was specifically designed to erase memory of those who goes through the process of rebirth, probably it is evil, I failed to see any good on it, seems pretty much like a punishment!

    Both the Tibetan book of dead and The Egyptan book of dead (Funerals book) explain in many details about the transition of the called soul, it is quite impressive, I first read it when I was about 19 years old, and again on my 30s and planning to read it again anytime soon.
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