Shine a Light

Come, lovers of dark corners,   
The sky says,   
And sit in one of my dark corners.   
There are tasty little zeroes   
In the peanut dish tonight. 
 - Charles Simic 

Come, lovers of dark corners,   
The sky says,   
And sit in one of my dark corners.   
There are tasty little zeroes   
In the peanut dish tonight. 
 - Charles Simic 

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Brain food. 

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Time for some Courage Wolf!

i usually hate memes but these are really encouraging actually

same ^^^

Fuckin’ hell, I needed that.  With all this fucking bullshit going on in my world right now, I really fucking needed that.  Thank you, you magnificent demon wolf.

I’ve always loved courage wolf

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AFGHANISTAN. May, 1980.
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AFGHANISTAN. May, 1980.

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Earth: Pleiadian Keys To The Living LibraryMat Walker | DreamspeakerRating: I don’t think I’ve ever been so torn about a book in my life. I want to give this book 5 stars - or rather I want this book to be a 5 star book, but I honestly can’t give it that. After reading Bringers of the Dawn: Teachings from the Pleiadians, I quickly ordered every book by Barbara Marciniak, and this is the one I have the most issues with. I’ve re-read this book more than any other trying to understand how to clarify the issues I have with this book, thinking maybe I’ve misread something. I’ve politely written Marciniak, posing my questions without receiving any reply. I’ve come to my own conclusion about what I think is “off” about this book. This isn’t meant to be a review bashing Marciniak or the book, but rather an honest opinion with applied discernment - remember that the Pleiadians have asked us to question their words, stories and material.However, this book has many great parts and it wouldn’t be fair to throw out the baby with the bathwater. This book is one of the main books that have helped me reconnect my relationship with the Earth. It has helped me gain massive insight on issues presented in the first book Bringers of the Dawn and within the world in general. At the end of each chapter are very powerful guided meditations, which I’ve had great experiences with in the past. The book is full of wisdom and is highly quotable, despite the bits of fogginess throughout it.My first issue is that it says that the Pleiadians are “tricksters” throughout the book - which would be fine, if they weren’t light beings; trickery is not a tactic of higher evolved consciousness. Secondly it proclaims that the “Game Masters” (beings more evolved than the Pleiadians, that construct realities and regulate their rules) were the ancient Mayans. Something deep within me doesn’t resonate with any of this. Then there is the bizarre chapter called “Galvanization of the Goddess”. which not only has the strangest uses of menstrual blood but also gives advice to “mix semen with [your] blood” and to eat it, only later to say that that the reptilian rulers “wanted to ingest the power in the combination of semen and the woman’s blood”. Very strange. Now I’m not a prude, and a lot of what the chapter talks about has correct information such as reclaiming the divine feminine and the magic which has always been associated with menstrual blood in every non-christian culture that doesn’t see it as a curse. But I have to ask, why would they want us to engage in a practice of a being trapped in power struggles and extremely low vibrations? In fact, earlier in the chapter it talks about Catholic Communion where you symbolically eat the blood and body of Christ, stating that “This ritual is a distortion. Taking the body and blood invites a sense of cannibalism and is based on ancient and unhealed reptilian infusion” then continues by saying “A pathos of the planet is the tendency to be willing advocates for a cause without knowing what the cause is truly about.” It almost seems like a forewarning about the weird ritual advice given with all the uses of menstrual blood and semen within the same chapter.Pleiadians warning about their own message? Yep. Because, I believe the transmission was hijacked in this book, which can happen if a channeler becomes clouded with ego or is not discerning of their source. The book gives two clues that it’s been hijacked and asks for our discernment. The first is in the chapter “The Gift of the Gods” where the Pleiadians state, “You have learned how to recognize our Pleiadian vibration, yes? If something else where to come in and to pretend it was us, you would know.” And near the beginning of the book it gives the warning “Do not be naive about Pleiadians, including us” and that “our ancestors have played havoc with your planet as well as assisted you through many, may changes. You have had both influences from the Pleiades”. Both influences? Feeling the vibration? Here is my theory, there are at least two sets of Pleiadians being channeled here and the channeler isn’t able to discern either. There are the Pleiadians from the first book Bringers of the Dawn: Teachings from the Pleiadians which say they are from a universe that has come to completion and from our future. Then there are the current and past Pleiadians who have not evolved yet and aren’t as loving or enlightened. These are the Pleiadians that seem to be reptilian like in the book and claim to have assisted in dismantling our DNA. The future Pleiadians are here to try to steer us away from this influence and the vibration they carry is a loving, witty, light being feeling - whereas the other vibration is a weird muddy manipulative (or “trickster”) energy that feels almost identical to the weird book The Pleiadian Agenda: A New Cosmology for the Age of Light by Barbara Handclow which also openly channels Reptilian energy in the book.If this is the first Pleiadian book or Marciniak book that you’re looking into, I’d skip it right now and read the first book Bringers of the Dawn: Teachings from the Pleiadians to get a feel of the genuine Pleiadian Light vibration. After that I’d actually start looking into books with as much clarity and integrity as that first book such as Patricia Cori’s Sirian Revelations which start with The Cosmos of Soul: A Wake-Up Call For Humanity and is followed in order by Atlantis Rising: The Struggle of Darkness and Light, No More Secrets, No More Lies: A Handbook to Starseed Awakening, The Starseed Dialogues: Soul Searching the Universe and Before We Leave You: Messages from the Great Whales and the Dolphin Beings. However, this book is important and has great insight, it just needs personal discernment from the reader to not “cling on every word” as the Pleiadians say. Also, unlike Bringers of the Dawn’s audiobook which leaves out a lot of great insight compared to the book. The audiobook version of “Earth” is better than the actual book in my opinion because all of my above issues do not appear on that. Perhaps, Marciniak later realized to cut all of that information out.
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Earth: Pleiadian Keys To The Living Library
Mat Walker | Dreamspeaker

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I don’t think I’ve ever been so torn about a book in my life. I want to give this book 5 stars - or rather I want this book to be a 5 star book, but I honestly can’t give it that. After reading Bringers of the Dawn: Teachings from the Pleiadians, I quickly ordered every book by Barbara Marciniak, and this is the one I have the most issues with. I’ve re-read this book more than any other trying to understand how to clarify the issues I have with this book, thinking maybe I’ve misread something. I’ve politely written Marciniak, posing my questions without receiving any reply. I’ve come to my own conclusion about what I think is “off” about this book. This isn’t meant to be a review bashing Marciniak or the book, but rather an honest opinion with applied discernment - remember that the Pleiadians have asked us to question their words, stories and material.

However, this book has many great parts and it wouldn’t be fair to throw out the baby with the bathwater. This book is one of the main books that have helped me reconnect my relationship with the Earth. It has helped me gain massive insight on issues presented in the first book Bringers of the Dawn and within the world in general. At the end of each chapter are very powerful guided meditations, which I’ve had great experiences with in the past. The book is full of wisdom and is highly quotable, despite the bits of fogginess throughout it.

My first issue is that it says that the Pleiadians are “tricksters” throughout the book - which would be fine, if they weren’t light beings; trickery is not a tactic of higher evolved consciousness. Secondly it proclaims that the “Game Masters” (beings more evolved than the Pleiadians, that construct realities and regulate their rules) were the ancient Mayans. Something deep within me doesn’t resonate with any of this. Then there is the bizarre chapter called “Galvanization of the Goddess”. which not only has the strangest uses of menstrual blood but also gives advice to “mix semen with [your] blood” and to eat it, only later to say that that the reptilian rulers “wanted to ingest the power in the combination of semen and the woman’s blood”. Very strange. Now I’m not a prude, and a lot of what the chapter talks about has correct information such as reclaiming the divine feminine and the magic which has always been associated with menstrual blood in every non-christian culture that doesn’t see it as a curse. But I have to ask, why would they want us to engage in a practice of a being trapped in power struggles and extremely low vibrations? In fact, earlier in the chapter it talks about Catholic Communion where you symbolically eat the blood and body of Christ, stating that “This ritual is a distortion. Taking the body and blood invites a sense of cannibalism and is based on ancient and unhealed reptilian infusion” then continues by saying “A pathos of the planet is the tendency to be willing advocates for a cause without knowing what the cause is truly about.” It almost seems like a forewarning about the weird ritual advice given with all the uses of menstrual blood and semen within the same chapter.

Pleiadians warning about their own message? Yep. Because, I believe the transmission was hijacked in this book, which can happen if a channeler becomes clouded with ego or is not discerning of their source. The book gives two clues that it’s been hijacked and asks for our discernment. The first is in the chapter “The Gift of the Gods” where the Pleiadians state, “You have learned how to recognize our Pleiadian vibration, yes? If something else where to come in and to pretend it was us, you would know.” And near the beginning of the book it gives the warning “Do not be naive about Pleiadians, including us” and that “our ancestors have played havoc with your planet as well as assisted you through many, may changes. You have had both influences from the Pleiades”. Both influences? Feeling the vibration? Here is my theory, there are at least two sets of Pleiadians being channeled here and the channeler isn’t able to discern either. There are the Pleiadians from the first book Bringers of the Dawn: Teachings from the Pleiadians which say they are from a universe that has come to completion and from our future. Then there are the current and past Pleiadians who have not evolved yet and aren’t as loving or enlightened. These are the Pleiadians that seem to be reptilian like in the book and claim to have assisted in dismantling our DNA. The future Pleiadians are here to try to steer us away from this influence and the vibration they carry is a loving, witty, light being feeling - whereas the other vibration is a weird muddy manipulative (or “trickster”) energy that feels almost identical to the weird book The Pleiadian Agenda: A New Cosmology for the Age of Light by Barbara Handclow which also openly channels Reptilian energy in the book.

If this is the first Pleiadian book or Marciniak book that you’re looking into, I’d skip it right now and read the first book Bringers of the Dawn: Teachings from the Pleiadians to get a feel of the genuine Pleiadian Light vibration. After that I’d actually start looking into books with as much clarity and integrity as that first book such as Patricia Cori’s Sirian Revelations which start with The Cosmos of Soul: A Wake-Up Call For Humanity and is followed in order by Atlantis Rising: The Struggle of Darkness and Light, No More Secrets, No More Lies: A Handbook to Starseed Awakening, The Starseed Dialogues: Soul Searching the Universe and Before We Leave You: Messages from the Great Whales and the Dolphin Beings. However, this book is important and has great insight, it just needs personal discernment from the reader to not “cling on every word” as the Pleiadians say. Also, unlike Bringers of the Dawn’s audiobook which leaves out a lot of great insight compared to the book. The audiobook version of “Earth” is better than the actual book in my opinion because all of my above issues do not appear on that. Perhaps, Marciniak later realized to cut all of that information out.

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Reading the commentary/essay below one might be inclined to think that because it was written in response to the insult launched at the First Nations by former President Bill Clinton, that it is an issue of the past.
I make the argument here that these comments are timeless; the insults to the First Nations are a daily occurrence. I offer, for example, the continuing lack of resolution concerning the “lost” billions in Indian Trust money. The Native American Rights Fund law suit against the BIA was initiated in the summer of 1996. There has been no settlement, no effort to return to Indian People the money that is theirs. The heads of the DOI past and present have been held in contempt of court for refusing to deal honestly with the court.
Clinton, before he left office, visited the Pine Ridge reservation and proclaimed it an “enterprise zone, ” an area in great need of economic stimulus and job creation. The Alex White Plume family has tried for the last two years to grow a crop of industrial hemp that would have had the potential to be a model for the beginning of economic self support. The Federal Government in the persons of ATF agents put an end to that prospect when they destroyed the hemp plants growing on Pine Ridge - on Indian land.
Disease and suicide are the handmaidens of the poverty that threatens to smother many of the First Nations, a condition that existed in the last century and exists today, with little change.
The fact that the First Nations were ignored by “One America” does not represent a moment in time, but reflects a sad and indefensible insult that characterizes the relationship between the U.S. government and the First Nations.
Sonja Keohane, November 2001

Reading the commentary/essay below one might be inclined to think that because it was written in response to the insult launched at the First Nations by former President Bill Clinton, that it is an issue of the past.

I make the argument here that these comments are timeless; the insults to the First Nations are a daily occurrence. I offer, for example, the continuing lack of resolution concerning the “lost” billions in Indian Trust money. The Native American Rights Fund law suit against the BIA was initiated in the summer of 1996. There has been no settlement, no effort to return to Indian People the money that is theirs. The heads of the DOI past and present have been held in contempt of court for refusing to deal honestly with the court.

Clinton, before he left office, visited the Pine Ridge reservation and proclaimed it an “enterprise zone, ” an area in great need of economic stimulus and job creation. The Alex White Plume family has tried for the last two years to grow a crop of industrial hemp that would have had the potential to be a model for the beginning of economic self support. The Federal Government in the persons of ATF agents put an end to that prospect when they destroyed the hemp plants growing on Pine Ridge - on Indian land.

Disease and suicide are the handmaidens of the poverty that threatens to smother many of the First Nations, a condition that existed in the last century and exists today, with little change.

The fact that the First Nations were ignored by “One America” does not represent a moment in time, but reflects a sad and indefensible insult that characterizes the relationship between the U.S. government and the First Nations.

Sonja Keohane, November 2001

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