Bruce, While i agree with your points in principle, there are some details i do disagree with.
A) In the whole history of mankind, you honestly believe you're the first person to invent the concept you've put together?
Yes, the specific idea "Kheb" and how it's constructed, the terms you use, etc.. you can say you "invented."
But as you, yourself, have pointed out there were beings here millions of years ago (or thousands depending on how you "quantify" time) who've moved on to the next octave.. let alone the various non-terrestials who are living in "rapport" with their local environments and the universe as a whole.
(let alone the LMS who are literally only miles away)
AND..those beings left a storehouse of information accessible to those who wish to access it.
Seems slightly arrogant to claim "invention" of a concept that lies in the actual blueprint of the universe.
Just because a path is grown over from lack of use doesn't mean others haven't walked it and aren't currently walking it with their own "naming inventions" for concepts that are intrinsic to the universe.
B) Sorry, but my point about location was directed for those WAITING to start living "in rapport" and would rather continually talk about which thieves are less evil and more honorable than the other thieves.
If one wouldn't be "in rapport" with the ideas and "mission" of a monastery located in the Isolated Jungles/Mountaintop/Island,
does it even MATTER where it's located?
And while location is important, again waiting for SOMEONE ELSE to do your work, so you can "start", also has a long disappointing history that anyone can point to.
Are there literally not millions of places in the world where one can move to that's away from crowded cities and towns??
2 or 3 people in rapport can find a property literally anywhere and start embodying what they "think" life would be like in the actual Kheb monastary.
Waiting for you or anyone else before taking action is headed down that same slippery slope of needing a "leader" and contrary to what your concepts of rapport are about...
Those little 2-3 person communities can move to where the "Kheb" monastery is when the time comes or vice versa if so aligned
C) As mentioned on the other fora, the nature of higher vmemes says the "higher" you go, the less and less people you are going to encounter that are at the same level.
The reason I even gave you and Daniel any credence in the vast mess of misinformation existing since the beginning of time, is because you all were saying similar things that I had already learned decades ago
from what some would say were "spiral wizards
But as indicated above, there seems to be a belief that you are the first person to "stumble" upon these concepts.
I find that unfortunate, because no matter how covered the path is you/we are walking, there have been those rare few that have walked it before and have left unnoticed-by-the-masses signposts for future travelers.
You seem like the type that wants to create a completely new trail thru the forest.
Whether that's because you don't realize others HAVE left a pre-existing trail that's near impossible to see or
because your hard-wired to do things the "hard"/totally "unique" way, I dont know.
What i do know is that Im the type that likes to take everything an expert knows first, master it, and then create my own composition after learning from the "best" in any give field. My own "unconscious competence" from how humans learn anything.
I find most people grow quicker that way, if they choose that method.
And note: all those who are following after you, will still be doing the same thing.
You've blazed a path and others will use your signposts -- choosing to follow along exactly or weave in and out of the path to explore other things on the way...
But I think we both agree, there are OTHER adventures out there than the one most people are entrained to.
Bouncing back from one polarity to the other one is a game I grew tired of long before I can remember,
And i was done "waiting" for someone else to do "something" before I found my way out of this particular game.
Note: Since language is inherently dualistic (ie only pointing to what a thing is NOT..not what it truly is), I can spend every post writing long voluminous posts even longer than this one, clarifying every nuance of the words I use and why Im using them in the manner I am. Quite frankly, Im much to busy to do that and it bores most readers. Please understand the general concepts behind the words ....as I really dont have the time to debate what Im trying to convey over each and every word choice.