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Practical Applications

Post by WhiteFyre » Sat Nov 24, 2012 8:17 pm

I've followed Wilcock, the Ra Material, and various other 'esoteric' personas for quite some time now, perhaps to when I was thirteen or younger (I'm now almost twenty). But I feel I've always had a mental block of being able to view the material as being completely true, mainly because I've never had a personal experience of contact with an entity that isn't of our Earth, or of any exotic technology. Considering that, I've always wondered, are there any ways to prove these theories on a very small, practical basis, without years of dedication to something that might not yield results?

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Re: Practical Applications

Post by nobody » Sun Nov 25, 2012 7:20 am

The proof will stay subjective and is therfor totally dependant on you. Ra made a lot of good points in the Law of One Material that not getting 100% objective proof is part of the 3D game we decided to play if I remember correctly. In case you wanna have a look yourself type "proof" into the search window on http://www.lawofone.info/

I'll just quote one excerpt:
7.2 Questioner: From this, I am assuming that the difficulty you have contacting this planet at this time is the mixture of people here, some being aware of the unity, some not; for this reason you cannot come openly or give any proof of your contact. Is this correct?

Ra: I am Ra. As we just repeated through this instrument, we must integrate all of the portions of your social memory complex in its illusory disintegration form. Then the product of this can be seen as the limit of our ability to serve. We are fortunate that the Law of Service squares the desires of those who call. Otherwise, we would have no beingness in this time/space at this present continuum of the illusion. In short, you are basically correct. The thought of not being able is not a part of our basic thought-form complex towards your peoples but rather is a maximal consideration of what is possible.
Please note I said 3D game, which is what we are used to. If this changes, meaning we advance, more would be possible. Chances are good that we do, chances are also good that you do :mrgreen:

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Re: Practical Applications

Post by Secret Agent Man » Sun Nov 25, 2012 12:32 pm

Yes, I believe Ra referred to this as the 'Law of Confusion'. Basically in this 'illusion' we have free will to believe what we want to believe. Ra never went too far into the details, but I think the 'Law of Attraction' is the mechanism by which our belief structures will replicate themselves in our everyday experience. This would explain why people can observe the same situation or scenario from two different perspectives and find validation for two completely different beliefs. I hope this makes sense.

So if you focus your energy and attention on a particular thought pattern or belief and sooner or later you will attract validation of it into your experience. If you are unaware that your thoughts and beliefs create your reality, you can spend multiple lifetimes frustrated and wondering why so many people don't see things the way you do. This is the main contrast in whether one is asleep or awake in this illusion. Just my 2 cents...

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Re: Practical Applications

Post by WhiteFyre » Sun Nov 25, 2012 4:37 pm

I speak more of physical/metaphysical applications, e.g., an experiment to prove torsion fields that can be done with practically no money at all, because I hardly have any. And although I've never been allowed to have the direct contact with ET/ED (though sometimes I do wonder if I might be communicating telepathically or simply with the collective unconscious, as I seem to be able to pull answers from nowhere), I have had my life riddled with consistent numerical synchronicities on clocks and whatnot. Just the other day, I believe it happened about three, maybe four times.

But back to the point, I mean an experiment that can prove some of the physics spoken of.

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Re: Practical Applications

Post by Secret Agent Man » Sun Nov 25, 2012 4:53 pm

One inexpensive thing you could do is to build a small pyramid (perhaps out of cardboard) to try some of the food preservation techniques that Wilcock talks about in his books. I believe you need to make the apex angle approximately 70 degrees (per the Ra material) and put the food on a shelf about 1/3 up from the base. Supposedly the food will dry out and preserve perfectly. A control group kept outside the influence of the pyramid should decompose or spoil. This is one validation method you can try. Also remember to have the pyramid perfectly aligned so that one of the sides faces true north and avoid using any metal in its construction (also per the Ra material). Other cheap experiments you can play around with would be dowsing for information you don't know with a pendulum. Keep us posted what you end up deciding to do and how it works out for you, if you would.

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Re: Practical Applications

Post by WhiteFyre » Wed Nov 28, 2012 10:04 am

Well I built a scale Giza pyramid, 51 degree slope, 70cm base. Placed apple at about a third of the height up, control apple is sitting on my desk. Been waiting about two to three days now, no signs of difference yet. I also have it aligned with True North.

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Re: Practical Applications

Post by WhiteFyre » Thu Dec 06, 2012 5:36 am

Ten days of waiting, and neither apples really rotted. When cut open, I'd say they were pretty much fine, though the pyramid apple did have a peculiarly stronger and nicer smell. I'll try it with bananas instead, they tend to decay far more rapidly.

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