Wednesday, December 28, 2011


Yes, humanity actually needs an apocalypse in 2012. All of the great avatars and prophets and cultures, Nostradamus, Casey, the Hopi, Mayans, St. John, DaVinci, and so many others, have told us that we are traveling the wrong way on a one way street. We know that environmental stress causes evolution; basically, adapt or die. The erroneous notion is, however, that evolution is a slow process. We now know that this is not always the case and that evolution can be almost instantaneous. Flip a few genes on and the species as you know it is transformed. We also know that that the term apocalypse means ‘revelation.’ Certainly, humanity is in need of revelation.

Will 2012 bring death and destruction? Well, yes, and no. Are we talking the end of the world? No. But we may be talking about an even increased series of the kind of events we saw in 2011. Climate chaos, economic meltdown, political turmoil, further radicalization of religious dogma, both human and naturally caused environmental calamity, even larger scale fish, bird, wildlife deaths, and surprises yet to be seen are all in the prophetic cards. The tempo has been building and people have been duped and too blind to see the signs of the times. We already have climate refugees. In many parts of the world, water is a scarce commodity. Increasing glacial melt is changing sea levels and possibly ocean currents. Massive fish, bird and other wildlife die offs are increasing. There have been record numbers of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. The melting, CO2 filled Tundra’s is another wild card. The Apocalypse is here now for those with eyes to see.

Here’s the thing, for some reason humanity epitomizes Newton’s law that bodies at rest, tend to stay at rest unless acted upon by an outside force. We only change when confronted by crisis. Otherwise, we stay “comfortably numb.” Even when all the facts are laid out before us, our reaction is usually, “Oh, okay, whatever.” But if the grocery store is empty, the enemy is at our doorstep, or the sky is actually falling, then we catalyze into action. When the disaster is upon us, we act. The key question is, “Can we always act in time to prevent total disaster?”

Memes, cultural viruses of the mind, have been the leading cause in slowing human evolution. What you do won’t make a difference. The problem is too big. You’re vote doesn’t count. God likes poor people. We need to collect billions of dollars and waste them on building absurd edifices to please God. You are all basically sinners and since you must be saved, you must follow this religious dogma. It’s always been this way and always will be. Only evil people are wealthy and they will be punished. One race is superior to another. Everything will be okay, it’s not really dangerous. You can’t cure diseases with the power of the mind. Your lot in life is the luck of the draw, live with it. We don’t have anything to do with climate change. Species die off all of the time. This is just a normal cycle. We’re too big to fail. Buy this and save. Don’t tax the rich, it will hurt the economy. Drill baby, drill. All of these viruses have been so toxic; most in the world feel helpless. And yet, for thousands of years, the mystics have told us, “No, you have the power. You create the reality.” And now, quantum physics is telling those who listen that the mystics are right. The observed and the observer are one. Life in interconnected, entangled, and each event is related and affects all events. Medical science is showing us that prostate cancer and memory loss can be cured by either turning on or off genes. Basically, new paradigms are being created and old ones are being replaced.

But, timing is everything. While worn out dogmas are experiencing their death throws in church pews, the halls of science, the streets and alleys or repressed states, schools of medicine and in the depths of the human psyche, time is running out. What do I mean by that? Simply, the destruction humanity is causing on the planet is happening at a faster pace than it takes to correct the problems. We have passed environmental, economic and political tipping points. The die is cast and only clear, conscious, sincere and strong visualized choosing can ameliorate the consequences. Actually, the best you can do is save yourself since that is all anyone can really do. I do not mean run to the woods and become a survivalist, but you need to be prepared for worst case scenarios. Must it be this way? It didn’t have to, many a prophet warned of our folly. In Nostradamus’ image of the wheel in the lost book, part of the Tarot Code spoken of in the “Waking God Trilogy,” we see images of a dysfunctional wheel; all that we know falling apart. In his Tower, we see the flames consuming all that we have built on a foundation or dogma, sand and error. DaVinci, in his not very discussed prophecies, talks of great calamity. But none of these things had to be. We chose the worse case in absentia, through omission, through ignorance, looking through blinders wrapped in memes we were convinced were true. And yet, we still do not act. The seed for action is there and we are seeing some positive fruit, but it appears that only the Apocalypse will wake us from our slumber and end our millennia of torment, destruction, lies, war, and disconnect from the environment and each other. Keep in mind that our evolution can, and hopefully will, be instantaneous. The tragedies, political absurdities, environmental collapse and the revelation of the greed that has dominated humanity’s history are coming to light. It can activate the ‘god seed,’ the so called junk DNA within us all, that will awaken us to a new earth. Not in some idiotic religious sense, but in a deeply rooted spiritual sense in which we finally, “get it.”

Make no mistake, the Apocalypse is here now. The kettle is about to boil over. If you are prepared to entertain totally new concepts, new paradigms, new sciences, a new spirituality, all will be well for you. The answer will not be outside of you. There will be no savior here, or there. You have been warned about that. In fact, as Mantrella says, a lead character in Waking God Book I, “It is not about saving humanity, it never has been.” You are not evil. You are not born in some self-serving concept of universal sin. Let the pressure of 2012 build within and allow your inner transformation, your evolution.

Sunday, December 11, 2011


I am often asked, “Will 2012 happen?” Barring a hit by an asteroid or the arrival of Niburu, earth’s nemesis, December 21, 2012 will arrive. The world will not end. That’s the good news. So here is the rundown on the 2012 WAKING GOD PROPHECIES.

ECONOMY - No good news here. The EU debt crisis will create world-wide economic turmoil. The European Central Bank wants to be able to approve member nation budgets. Can you imagine, bankers having to approve a budget passed by Congress-Oh wait…. Even if this passes, (update: the EU has approved a version of this plan) the first time a member nation budget is not approved, all hell will break loose. Or, if this does not happen, investors are saying that nations that do not agree to this will not have their support. Chaos will ensure either way. As far as the American economy goes, it is already being negatively impacted by the EU debacle. Add the China economic constriction to the mix and the news is bleak. The out-of-control consumer spending is at an end. Watch for big drops in retail sales. Consumers will once again look to credit cards but we all know where that will end up. A Global economy brings Global economic problems. In a sense, we are experiencing the “Global Company Store.” But, as the top heavy economy crumbles, look for more localized, small is beautiful systems emerging. Continued depletion of resources will lead to scarcities. Continued environmental catastrophes will be a major factor in 2012. This is a positive event as the earth can no longer sustain the current level of rape and pillage. Advice? Keep basic necessities on hand. Have as many energy back-ups as possible-ways to cook, heat, light and eat. Rice and beans will get you through. Many more jobs will be lost, be prepared for the worst because the choices our leaders have made, or haven’t made, spells disaster!

CLIMATE – Totally no good news here either. Just look at all of the severe weather records that have been broken and the total inaction on the part of world leaders to ameliorate human impact on climate. Environmental disasters will continue to decimate insurance funds, destroy personal lives, and add to economic collapse. We are in the midst too many eco-system collapses and, much to the dismay of many, we are a part, not above nature. Climate tipping points have been reached and there is nothing we can do to avoid reaping what we have sown. However, forewarned is fore armed. Plan for the changes that are coming. Move away from any area that is prone to violent weather, quakes, water shortage, or sea rise. Get away from places that allow fracking, your water is poisonous and watch for damaging quakes in the west and mid-west. What we keep hearing is that scientist are constantly underestimating the effects of this or that factor; e.g. release of methane from Tundra, very fast glacial melts, sea current shift …. People think that climate change is always slow. This is not true and rapid changes have occurred in climate history. We are at one of those points now. Advice? I am not suggesting becoming a survivalist and hiding out in the mountains, although … I am suggesting that you have a Plan B where you can fend for yourself and family for at least 6 months. By those non-hybrid seeds this spring, assuming the climate will let you grow them. The wild card, solar flares! We have had several near misses. If we are hit head on, goodbye internet, power and ….

POLITICS – Can you say chaos? The left and right are sharply divided and nothing seems capable of bridging the gap. Not just in the U.S., you will see this division globally. People versus greed, those are the choices. I think we will see the brother against brother scenario and much social unrest. Don’t be surprised to see troops, illegally, deployed stateside. Fun times will not be had this summer, at the latest. Climate disasters and economic gridlock will create amazing tensions between haves and have nots. Cities will not be pleasant places to be. As for the Middle East, lots of danger lurks. It is quite possible that Israel will bomb Iran’s nuclear centers. The recent explosion at one of Iran’s missile sites could have been a test run. And, the downing and capture of an American drone by use of electronic jamming could put the U.S. in a supporting role. The Saudis would have no problem with this and with most of the Middle East in disarray, few are left to protest. Advice? Duck and cover! No, I don’t see a major nuclear exchange. But should this happen, relations with China would sink to an all time low. Remember, they hold trillions in U.S. debt and could make life even more economically miserable. Further, with public protests in Russia against Putin, he could use new tensions to demand more authority and become a true dictator, flouting the U.S./Israel as the scapegoats and lead the world to a new cold/semi-hot war. The other option is that Putin will be ousted but with Russians used to central authorities; it is possible another could rise from his ashes promising reform while instituting greater control, Stalin style. All in all, global politics will create further economic turmoil and the oceans will rise while politicians debate how to give banks more money. The whole in the dike is too big for a thumb. So keep an eye on events and plan accordingly.

So what’s the plan? SAVE YOURSELF! We create our reality and the reality that is coming this way is the fruit of our collective labors. However, we have all been advised to ‘be in, but not of’ this world. Meaning, yes, we live here, but don’t have to be caught up in the madness. This is the double edged sword. It is important to know what is going on, but even more important not to let events pull you into the whirlpool. A higher frequency is not affected by a lower one. The more you visualize your life as being filled with love and abundance, the greater your chances of avoiding the worst. This is the Time of Choosing discussed in the Waking God books. Not a religious choice, but a spiritual choice to consciously create a new reality for ‘your’ world. Sorry, as the character Mantrella says, “It’s not about saving humanity….” You can’t and all of the great master teachers tell you this. Actually, there really is no saving involved. Learn, experience, grow in wisdom and rise above the trials and tribulations and create a new earth. Evolve and let the dormant genes within you express themselves. We call these genes ‘god seeds.’ Again, not in any sense of worn out religious dogma, but rather, in the sense that we do and can create our reality and now is the time to do so consciously. Science is now telling us that the mystics are right. We live in an illusion of our own devices. So, is a way, by “Knowing thyself, you save yourself.”

Many prophets have pointed to this time as one of extreme danger or one of extreme evolution and enlightenment. The likes of Nostradamus, DaVinci, the Hopi, Mayans and others always painted two pictures; disaster or revelation. They told us that the bridge ahead has been washed out and that we need to detour. Many do not believe that the bridge is damaged and are unwilling to put on the breaks and veer to the less traveled road. Many cultures also talk about the ‘return of the gods.’ Is it not possible that the gods they refer to are us?

Tuesday, November 29, 2011


HuffPost's QuickRead...

Vatican's Exorcist: Yoga Is Satanic »  |  David Moye  |  November 29, 2011 at 01:10 PM
Yoga is the work of the devil, according to a man who claims to have banished evil spirits from 70,000 people. Gabriele Amorth, the Vatican's chief exorcist, says yoga leads to a belief in Hinduism, and "all eastern religions are based on a false belief in reincarnation." 
Can you believe this? This underlying theme, you're evil unless you are Catholic, has caused wars, hatred and divisiveness. This is why the WAKING GOD Trilogy calls religion the bane of human existence and ignorance the root of human misery.

Friday, November 25, 2011

"he/she/it arrives."

From the Huffington Post, 11/25/11:
photo from physorg.

MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's archaeology institute downplays theories that the ancient Mayas predicted some sort of apocalypse would occur in 2012, but on Thursday it acknowledged that a second reference to the date exists on a carved fragment found at a southern Mexico ruin site.

"There's no reason it couldn't be also a date in ancient times, describing some important historical event in the Classic period. In fact, the third glyph on the brick seems to read as the verb huli, "he/she/it arrives."

"...the Tortuguero tablet and the Comalcalco brick – were probably carved about 1,300 years ago and both are cryptic in some ways.

The Tortuguero inscription describes something that is supposed to occur in 2012 involving Bolon Yokte, a mysterious Mayan god associated with both war and creation.

However, erosion and a crack in the stone make the end of the passage almost illegible, though some read the last eroded glyphs as perhaps saying, "He will descend from the sky."

Interesting that this glyph has only recently been found. Coincidence. And, what is that may 'arrive'? With all that is happening in the world, is it just possible that 2012 will bring, like the Solar max, a climax to these events. ET's? Don't know. Activation of some of our 'junk DNA'? Possible-stress does such things in terms of evolution. Certainly, interesting times!

Sunday, November 13, 2011


Unconcerned, Michael said, “And how are the vaccinations going?”
“All who might be of consequence have had the gene disrupted,” Otto offered.  “The masses will be neutralized within the year, minus a few isolated strays.”
Michael smiled in approval and the Inner Circle finally relaxed.  “There is little that Mantrella can do.  Who would turn down a cure from the AIDS pandemic?   Already hundreds of millions have perished.  If the religious strife were not enough, few will refuse the opportunity to be spared from the mutated virus. They fear the plague more than the clergy.”
“Lord,” Brathmore said, “we are losing much in this turmoil.”
Michael turned on the man, eyes blazing.  Brathmore fell to his knees in maddening pain.  The others moved back from their comrade in fear of touching Michael’s anger. 
“You know nothing of losing,” Michael whispered.  As he spoke his eyes cooled and the pain in every molecule of Brathmore began to subside.  Michael felt absolute contempt for the petty desires of humans.  He needed them, but he also hated them.  The thought that he once bowed before the archetype, an event he vowed never to repeat, turned his stomach.
Regaining his wits, Brathmore uttered, “I am sorry, my Lord.  You have always done us well. I did not mean to doubt. Forgive me.”  Brathmore prostrated himself before Michael, who smiled at the supplication. 
“Fear not for your worldly treasures,” Michael insisted.  “I will soon reveal the Joshua Tree.”
Otto and the others were shocked by the Archangel’s announcement. 
“How did you get the Priory to reveal the name of the Joshua Tree?” Otto questioned.
“They have been betrayed,” Michael answered evenly.  “I have had an insider since the beginning.  He will be making the announcement.  He will use DNA from Mary to prove beyond any doubt that David is of the lineage of Jesus.  The world is ready to buy into just about anything that will offer some hope of salvation from these terrible times.  And who better than the next Secretary General of the United Nations?”
“Does Mantrella know?” asked Giovanni.
“He will learn of it shortly in the news, along with the rest of the world,” Michael promised, erupting into bitter laughter. Although uneasy, the Inner Circle joined in the jubilation.
They had no choice.

Monday, November 7, 2011


By Erich von Däniken
First the gods, they who dwell on the heights of Olympus, brought forth a golden race of much‐discoursing men…”
The above quote is translated from a German translation of Hesiod’s Theogony of 1817. Professor Voss translated the Greek to read ‘they who dwell on the heights of Olympus’. In newer versions of the same passage, we find a slightly different slant: ‘... [gods] dwelling in heavenly houses’.
Let me put these two translations, separated by only 150 years, alongside each other so that you can compare them and draw your conclusions:
1817: First the gods, they who dwell on the heights of Olympus, brought forth a golden race of much‐ discoursing men. These were ruled by Chronos, at that time reigning in heaven. And they lived like the gods, their souls continually cared for...
1970: Deathless gods dwelling in heavenly houses first created the golden race of frail human beings. That was at the time of Chronos, when he was still king in the heavens. And they lived like gods, having no worry in their hearts…
The ancient Greek some of us may have toiled over at school is not sufficient to judge which version is more accurate. Although the general drift of both translations is broadly the same, there is a fundamental difference between ‘heights of Olympus’ and ‘heavenly houses’, and between ‘ruled by Chronos’ and ‘at the time of Chronos’. What will the translation sound like in the year 2100? And what was the original sense and meaning in Hesiod’s time?
His account goes on: after the ‘golden race’ the gods created a second, lesser race, a ‘silver race’. This race was still created by the same gods, those who ‘dwell in the heights of Olympus’, or, perhaps, ‘dwell in heavenly houses’. This ‘silver race’ was of a lower order than the golden race, both in form and out look, and was made up of ‘softies’, whose mothers pampered them.
After this came: ‘... a third race of noisy people’. These were of ‘great strength and force’, and ‘from their shoulders grew huge limbs’. This race is supposed to have been obdurate and
obstinate, and its agricultural tools were made of metal. But this race too was a disappointment apparently, and so Chronos created a fourth as well: that of the heroes or half‐gods.
We modem people, according to Hesiod, belong to the fifth race, the iron race. We are a mixture of ‘good and evil’, and experience joy and pain. But when things degenerate to such a nextent that children no longer resemble their fathers, hosts no longer welcome their guests, and brothers no longer love one another, then our race too will be destroyed in the name of Zeus.
Hesiod gives a vivid, detailed description, including all the finer points of the weapons involved, of the battle between the gods and the Titans. Although the latter had been created by the gods themselves, they had to vanish from the face of the earth. A terrible struggle broke out, in which even father god Zeus got involved, hurling from the skies great exploding bolts of lightning, missiles which made the seas boil, burned whole regions and brought the earth to its trembling knees. Hesiod uses many pages to describe the slaughter, but I will quote only a short excerpt from the 1817 translation:
‘Up above too, the Titans consolidated their squadrons ... loudly did the earth quake, and the dome of heaven boomed … and straight from heaven and from Olympus rushed in the Thunderer, with a flash of lightning. Blow fell upon blow, with rumbling and flashing of fire ... holy flames intertwined … the fertile sprouting earth flamed up and the great forests collapsed in the fury of fire… then the holy winds caught fire too, so that the eyes of even the strongest were blinded … as if the domed heaven descended close to the earth, the loudest, most thunderous noise vented itself … the gods stormed in to the fray, the winds blew wildly and whirled up dust and destruction ... then Zeus sent his sublime missile ...and awful clamor arose…‘
Such a battle was not waged with earthly means. Something very similar, but with even more dreadful weapons, is described in the Indian epic The Mahabharata. There, too, different races of gods do battle with each other:
‘The unknown weapon is radiant lightning, a frightful messenger of death, which turns to ashes all who belong to the Vrishni and the Andhaka. The bodies consumed by fire were unrecognizable. Those who escaped with their lives lost their hair and their nails. Clay pots broke without cause, the birds turned white. In a short while food became poisonous. The lightning fell to earth and became fine dust.’
And what did Gilgamesh say, when his friend Enkidu died in great pain after encountering the divine monster Chumbaba? ‘Was it perhaps the poisonous breath of the heavenly beast which struck you?’
The Mahabharata versions available in German are all edited and shortened. Since I can’t read Sanskrit, I have to refer mainly to the many volume versions in English. The similarities with Hesiod are too compelling to be simply over looked. It was as if the elements had been set free. The sun turned in circles, and burning from the weapon’s heat, the world staggered in flames. Elephants were singed by fire and ran wildly to and fro ... the water grew hot, the beasts died ... the thundering of the flames made the trees crash one after the other as in a forest fire.. Horses and chariots burst into flames ... thousands of chariots were destroyed, then a deep silence fell ... a terrible sight met the gaze. The corpses of the fallen were disfigured by the awful heat ... never before have we seen such a dreadful weapon, never before have we heard of such a weapon.
This is also the place to mention another cross‐reference to Gilgamesh: ‘The heavens cried out, the earth screamed out in reply. Lightning lit up, a fire flamed upwards, death rained down. The brightness vanished, the fire was extinguished. All that had been struck by the lightning turned to ashes.’
All these weapons of mass destruction—whether described by Hesiod, or in The Mahabharata, or the Epic of Gilgamesh—were used in times before written history began. If these battles of the gods had occurred in an ‘historical epoch’, we would have precise accounts with dates. Since this is clearly not the case, they must either have taken place in prehistoric times—or in the imagination. I do understand the point of view of scholars who made their commentaries on these ancient Writings before 1945. But since the end of the Second World War, since Hiroshima and Nagasaki, we ought to be a bit wiser. We now know what ‘gods’ are capable of.

Odyssey of the Gods I

In The Waking God Trilogy we claim that there is a 'god seed' within the human DNA. recently, science has told us that the genes that distinguish human from ape is in the 'junk DNA' that up to this point has been largely thought to be old stuff, sort of like an appendix, that held no real value regarding human evolution. Now we read more on Erich von Daniken who claims that the ancient Greek gods were aliens that lived and bred among us. Between von Daniken, the Waking God books, the History Channel shows on Ancient Aliens and even Tom Averna's book that claims that the 'gods' never left. you just can't help but wonder if 'something' is about to happen to humanity that will rock the very foundation of its existence.

In Odyssey of the Gods, Erich von Däniken explores the Greek myths, with which so many have grown up. One of these age‐old legends is the exploits of Jason and the Argonauts as they go in search of the Golden Fleece. But do we at all remember that when we actually read these legends, it says that this Golden Fle
When von Däniken delved into the myths of the Greek gods that lived on Mount Olympus, he found how a translation from 1817 specifically described these deities as “they who dwell on the heights of Olympus”, while a 1970 translation renders the same sentence as “dwelling heavenly houses”. More and more, these Greek myths are translated “freely” and while doing so, certain key information that shows that the Greeks considered these gods to be far more real and present, is slowly substituted with the idea that they believed the gods to be more idealized and imaginary. He notes this is a global phenomenon, as all versions of the Indian Mahabharata have all been edited and shortened in recent decades, thus losing vital information on the true nature of the gods.
The Greeks were also very clear on the fact that their gods were able to do miraculous healings, showing that what many consider to be a Christian phenomenon had far older roots. But what is clear – not just in the Greek culture, but even in the Bible – is that these gods had offspring. There are even passages that show how women died in childbirth, as the children they had begotten from these deities were larger than human beings, resulting in great problems during childbirth.
With all of these legends, it should not come as a surprise that in the early 20th century, an object now known as the Antikythera Device was unearthed from a sunken Greek ship. Today, the device is known to be an astronomical clock, demonstrating the astronomical knowledge the Greeks possessed. Not coincidentally, astronomy was said to be one of the sciences given by the gods to Mankind.
For forty years, Erich von Däniken has argued for the veracity of the ancient myths and legends: that they speak of genuine encounters with beings that were superior, as these creatures were extra‐terrestrial. But today, the stand‐off between science and the “evidence” that has been left behind by these early cultures, remains. But myths have been proven to be factual. And nowhere is this more in evidence than in the great Greek legend of the mythical city of Troy, one of the first recorded myths of Ancient Greece. For millennia, it was thought that this city did not exist, until Heinrich Schliemann discovered Troy, and proved that the myth was real.
With all this in mind, von Däniken tackles the greatest Greek “legend” of them all: that of the lost civilization of Atlantis, which science states never existed, and is purely an idealized state… even though the ancient Greeks were vociferous about its reality, even sending emissaries to Egypt to confirm that the story of Atlantis was factual. With that in mind, are we not close to having to accept the reality of this lost civilization… and the physical reality of the Ancient Greek gods?

Will 2012 be the year when aliens return, the god seed in our genes finds spontaneous expression, and when our entire notion of who and what we are is revealed? Tic, tock!

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

THRIVE: What On Earth Will It Take?


Sunday, August 28, 2011


Recent article have associated several GOP/Tea party presidential candidates with what is termed Christian Dominionism. This is a movement that appears to have surfaced in the late 60’s, although it certainly has much deeper roots, and has come to the fore in the upcoming election. One can research it’s meaning but I did find a very helpful article that offeres the following explanation (

“This highly politicized concept of dominionism is based on the Bible's text in Genesis 1:26:
• "And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth." (King James Version).
• "Then God said, 'Let us make man in our image, in our likeness and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the livestock, over all the earth and over all the creatures that move along the ground.'" (New International Version).

The vast majority of Christians read this text and conclude that God has appointed them stewards and caretakers of Earth. As Sara Diamond explains, however, some Christian read the text and believe, ‘that Christians alone are Biblically mandated to occupy all secular institutions until Christ returns.’ That, in a nutshell, is the idea of ‘dominionism.’"

I have often talked about how taking Biblical quotes literally and out of context is very dangerous. Further, doing so has been a tool of the right to distort, twist and justify the most ungodly actions. It is one thing to promote ‘worn out dogma,’ it is another to twist that dogma for nefarious ends. The above quotes are at the root of anti-environmental actions on the part of big business as they see biblical justification to do with the planet as they see fit. I guess they figure that God will fix anything they screw up, which ‘He’ did when he caused the ‘Great Flood.’ I don’t see how they might find any comfort in that thought. See the part about secular institutions? Let’s examine this more closely.

“Christian Reconstructionism is a form of theocratic dominion theology. The core theme of dominion theology is that the Bible mandates Christians to take over and "occupy" secular institutions.
Soft Dominionists are Christian nationalists. They believe that Biblically-defined immorality and sin breed chaos and anarchy. They fear that America's greatness as God's chosen land has been undermined by liberal secular humanists, feminists, and homosexuals. Purists want litmus tests for issues of abortion, tolerance of gays and lesbians, and prayer in schools. Their vision has elements of theocracy, but they stop short of calling for supplanting the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Hard Dominionists believe all of this, but they want the United States to be a Christian theocracy. For them the Constitution and Bill of Rights are merely addendums to Old Testament Biblical law. They claim that Christian men with specific theological beliefs are ordained by God to run society. Christians and others who do not accept their theological beliefs would be second-class citizens. This sector includes Christian Reconstructionists, but it has a growing number of adherents in the leadership of the Christian Right.”

Any sane and rational person should see the danger and the hypocrisy in this co called ‘Christian ‘philosophy. This is religion at its worst. It is a hate philosophy that says unless you’re one of us, you are evil, the spawn of Satan, and if we get into power, we will get you. There is no Jesus here; no love your neighbor, no forgiveness, no peace, no light; only darkness and hatred. These beliefs merely replace the swastika with cross — onward Christian soldiers; hate/kill those who are not like us. In the Waking God Trilogy, we talked about the collapse of the ‘Church’ and the rise of radical religious groups. Fiction is now fact as those who hold to these beliefs have the money, corporate wealth at their disposal, and the politicians willing to do their bidding. This is a dangerous combination that should not be ignored. With all of the social and political turbulence in this country, it is quite possible that, like their National Socialists predecessors in pre-WWII Germany, they could sneak into power if all are not diligent.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Can't wait to read Book III

"The second book in the Waking God Trilogy, The Sacred Rota does not disappoint.We continue to witness the battle between "good" in the form of Lucifer and "evil" in the form of the archangel Michael, while continuing the adventures of an assortment of characters both mythical and human.Harris and Doe give the reader all in this novel- adventure, battles, ancient civilizations and symbolism, secret societies, love triangles, sex- all in the name to save humanity from it's demise from blindly following the dogma of organized religion.The message, I think, is that there is "God" in all of us and all around us and that we have the ability to create our own universe and universal truths.But aside from that, this is a good read- it is a fast paced adventure novel that is difficult to put down.Can't wait to read Book III and see how it all turns out!"

Reviewed by Jen Sculli

Friday, July 29, 2011

The Bridge - Program Twenty & Twenty-One

The Bridge - Program Twenty & Twenty-One

Crossing over the Bridge (Program Twenty-One in the Series) The Mayan Calendar's Ninth Wave  - The Fifth Day 'Budding' Panel: Author James Redfied & Scientist Carl Johan Calleman (Mayan Calendar Researcher) Part Three in Series

Wednesday, July 27, 2011


I thought this was it, the Biblical Armageddon. Despite all I had learned, all that I had studied and thought I understood, it all comes down to the prophecy of John? Mantrella was so bright I could hardly look upon him. His eyes drew mine to his and what followed … well, all I can do is to tell my tale.
I heard the sound of trumpets, and, to this day, I do not know if they were just in my head or if they had a presence in the physical world. Before me, suspended in air, were these words:

Then I ascended to the gate of my dear father's great love and adoring her, heshe received us joyfully in herhis queendom and our dear Father was so happy, that we had brought our precious pearl to our Mother.
He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life, which is in the midst of the paradise of God.
These things saith the A-men, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God;
And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness …
And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam …
But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden … Ye shall not eat of it
For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.
And the Lord God said, Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know good and evil: and now, lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live forever…
And I will give him the morning star.
He, She, Us, eat that which was forbidden, now offered, sleep, as one of us, the Morning Star; all words that drilled into my brain, my heart and my soul. Man is one of us, I give to eat of the tree of life, did I not say ye are gods. And, perhaps most of all, the beginning of the creation of God.

Friday, July 15, 2011

Piers Anthony: "So I recommend this..."

Best selling and award winning author, Piers Anthony, recommends THE SECOND COMING OF HUMANITY! So have you read it yet??? Time is running short as we are rapidly approaching 2012!

I read Waking God III, The Second Coming of Humanity, the conclusion of a trilogy by Philip F Harris and Brian L Doe, published electronically by ALL THINGS THAT MATTER PRESS. Like the prior volumes it has heavy action interspersed by the religious theme. It begins with a dense summary of the prior volumes, then gets to the continuation. The essence, if I understand it correctly, is that the child, Adam, has been conceived, who when born will herald the new order. Naturally there are those who wish to prevent this child from being born and who don't hesitate at murder; the minions of Evil don't pussyfoot. His parents have to travel deviously to Jerusalem, avoiding killers. At one point a woman who looks like the mother runs to intercept the bullet meant for the mother, giving her life for the child. The novel concludes with alternate endings, and a series of maxims from the Da Vinci Prophecies from the Codex Atlanticus, such as “OF CRUCIFIXES WHICH ARE SOLD: I see Christ again sold and crucified, and his saints suffering martyrdom.” I don't pretend to understand all this, but it's interesting, and I think exactly what would happen to Jesus Christ if he came again and tried to thwart the special interests who govern our society. Religion, the opiate of the masses, is fine as long as it doesn't interfere with business; that's as true in our day as it was in his day. So I recommend this for those who are more into adventurous religion than I am, who may be more competent to relate to its nuances. The authors obviously take religion and prophecy seriously.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

A Great Read!

The Second Coming of Humanity is Book III of the WAKING GOD TRILOGY by Authors Philip F. Harris and Brian L. Doe from All Things That Matter Press.

This is one of those books that you want to take with you on vacation, or if you know you're going to be waiting at the airport for a while, or waiting anywhere. If you have very strong will power, you might put it beside your bed or next to your reading chair, but once you start it, it will be very hard to put down.

The authors have crafted a well written, well thought out spiritual thriller in the tradition of "The DaVinci Code." Or it may be more accurate to describe it as "The DaVinci Code" meets "The Celestine Prophecy." Filled with mythical and biblical characters playing rather different roles than expected, this spiritual thriller will keep you going till the very unusual end. You don't have to have read books I and II since the authors summarize for you at the start of this one, but do yourself a favor and get those also. You're going to want to read them.

Review by Tom Averna

Saturday, June 4, 2011


But not in the way touted by religious dogma! As we all know, “Armageddon” is mentioned but once in the Bible, Revelations 16:16. It is here, a place that does not even physically exist, that dogma claims that the forces of good and evil will battle it out. It is said that the Bible means har Megiddon, which is really a plain; the meaning of Megiddon being mountain or high place.

Book III of The Waking God Trilogy, The Second Coming of Humanity, proclaims that the “battle” has begun. Yet, there is no physical evidence of this event occurring.  This is because the engagement is not in the physical plane, but rather in the mind. There are physical manifestations, but the battle is mental. Mystically, when a reference is made to a ‘mountain,’ it is meant to symbolize higher levels of thought and awareness. It is in this place that all thought forms a pattern which manifests as reality.

It should be clear to any thinking person that the world is a bit messed up. Religion likes to argue that current events are the signs of the “End Times.” In a way, they are right, times are certainly changing, the old is battling the new and manifestations of this mental insurgency are manifesting everywhere and in every aspect of life. What precisely is happening? In the area of religion, we see scandal ridden dogma, the emptying of pews due to meaningless sermons, a questioning of basic religious teachings, and as Sam Harris says, the end of faith. At the same time, there is the rise in spirituality; the notion that all things are sacred, interconnected, and that each person can directly commune with higher levels of awareness in the pursuit of the Great Awakening. The Second Coming of Humanity calls this the god seed.

In economics, there is the growing awareness of the haves and the have nots. While this struggle is age old, the rapid spread of information via the internet has tremendously increased the awareness of the greed and power of the few as they seek to maintain their control over the middle and working classes. Newly revealed fraud, corruption and blatant disregard for the welfare of the people and the environment have polarized this issue on a world-wide basis with the manifestation of this mental battle resulting in the current state of economic turmoil.

Clearly, the politics of the world is rapidly headed for, or already in a state of confrontation. The Tea Party mentality which basically seeks to reinstate the reign of kings and self-created moral and religious dogma are head to head with more liberal ideas. Political lines are getting dangerously close to outright confrontation. Deadlock and gridlock are crippling the very functioning of western governments. The Arab Spring is a clear indicator of where this is could be heading. The protection of the rich at the expense of the general population is a fundamental issue as attempts are made to cut social programs in the name of the false promise of ‘creating jobs.’ The rich keep getting more, but this is not lost on a population that is better informed.

In science, there is the old school mechanics versus the new school quantum physicists. Is the universe simply the result of chance and mechanistic laws, or, as many scientists are saying, all that we observe in the universe is the direct result of consciousness?  Is all that happens merely chance, or is the outward world merely a mirror of inner thinking. Is there an independent reality, or do we make it up as we go? Is entanglement, non-duality and multi-universes the true nature of things, or is it just what you see is what you get?

There is not a single aspect of life where old, worn out dogma is not in the throes of upheaval. And, if you can believe the Kabbalists, and others, who say that that we are directly responsible for all that happens in our world, then is their little wonder about the state of world affairs? As the inner mind debate heats up, the planet heats up. As we struggle with mass consumerism versus living sustainably, is there little wonder about environmental and economic chaos? As we expose ourselves to all levels of toxic products and containers, can we not see why the planet is ill? The greater the human turmoil, the greater the earth response in the forms of quakes, volcanoes, floods, and disease. All connected, all intertwined into one living system where the action of one is the cause of the other.

There have been many warnings of false prophets. There has also been the dogma that one day; a savior will appear to cleanse the earth and its inhabitants of all evil. This defies all logic and even imagination. It even defies the fundamental teachings of the great avatars who clearly have indicated what you so, you shall reap. People want to think that they can get ‘off the hook’ if they follow a particular creed or religion. Yet, these very religions have at their core the teachings that this is not the case. The battle in the mind, Armageddon, has indeed begun. It is not about good and evil, it is about knowing and ignorance. It is about enabling the god seed within to blossom and manifest. We, humanity are the Second Coming!

Sunday, May 29, 2011


Okay, not all religions, but....The Huffington Post ran an interesting article on Religious Teachings On The End Of The World. This was in response to the ‘end of the world’ claims for this past May 21st.  In the article they listed brief commentary about what the major religions teach about the ‘End Times.’ What is particularly interesting is that only Bible and Christian based religions see an angry god who will one day destroy the wicked and wreak havoc on the planet.

The vision of the end times in the New Testament can be understood only through a Jewish worldview that saw reality in terms of the present, evil age, where the wicked dominate and persecute the righteous, and the age to come, when God will judge the wicked and vindicate the righteous -- both the living and the dead. In order for the dead to be judged, there must be a general resurrection. Besides this moral dimension, the transition is also described in terms of a cosmic destruction and the subsequent creation of a new heaven and new earth. This new heaven and new earth is God's reality of no more death, sin or suffering: paradise restored. The other major religions talk more of cycles where there are positive and negative times, but the cycles always move human consciousness to higher planes of understanding and enlightenment.  So why does Christianity seem to want to destroy humanity and save but a few? Why do they promote the idea that death and worldwide destruction is inevitable? What does Christianity have against humanity?

In WAKING GOD BOOK III: THE SECOND COMING OF HUMANITY, we talk of Armageddon; not a battle of weapons, but a battle in the mind. We rule out the Christian option of doom, but maintain that we are on the cusp to cycle ever upward in our evolution. Yes, there is choice and responsibility and there are tough times ahead for many. Hell, there are tough times for many now. But we determine the reality that will manifest and, if it all crumbles, it is not because of some pissed off god; rather, it is because we chose the path of fear. Clearly, it is indeed time to end the era of worn out religious dogma; a dogma that keeps you frightened and at odds with everyone that thinks differently. This is a ‘time of choosing.’ Read the excerpts below and decide who has the better vision. Not with an eye to accepting one religion over another, but rather to understand that the Christian view of the Universe does not take you to that higher level of evolution.

Orthodox Christians believe in the second coming of Jesus Christ, the ensuing judgment of our sins and the resulting eternal life in either Heaven or Hell. Everything that Scripture says about a time of tribulation and suffering is accepted, but the faithful will be present for all of it. We will not be spared the sufferings or tribulation. Christ himself tells us that all will suffer and that no one knows when He will return for Judgment Day. "Then they will deliver you up to tribulation and kill you, and you will be hated by all nations for My name's sake." Matthew 24:9

The end time in Jewish tradition is often depicted as a time of strife, of the wars of Gog and Magog, of what the rabbis called picturesquely "the birth pangs of the Messiah." Images of resurrection (based on scattered passages such as Daniel chapter 12) and an awakening of the dead were commonplace. But alongside the anticipated violent paroxysms of a new world being born there is a more peaceful, gentle view. In the Talmud, Samuel equates messianic days with the freedom of the Jewish people from the subjugation to foreign powers, a very "this-wordly" view.

Hinduism does have eschatology of sorts, especially in relation to Kali Yuga -- the last of the four cosmic seasons. These ages follow a pattern of spiritual devolution so that the last age, Kali, marks a complete contrast to the first, Satya. Satya Yuga is likened to gold; Kali Yuga is the age of iron. If Satya is compared to a blossoming springtime, Kali is the cold, devastating winter. Hindu texts, such as the celebrated Bhagavata Purana, describe how in Satya Yuga people are practically divine beings, whose qualities and piety put them in a state of incredible self-awareness and naturally connect them to God and to one another.

Classical Buddhism — like the extant Hinduism of its time—imagined a repeating cycle of "kalpas," or cosmic time periods, each 10 billion to 15 billion years long (remarkably close to what modern scientists measure as the age of our universe). Each kalpa is supposed to have its own Buddha -- or, according to some texts, a series of Buddhas. There have been Buddhas in past kalpas. Siddhartha Gautama is the Buddha of our time, and Maitreya Buddha is considered the Buddha-in-waiting for the next kalpa. So the Buddhist vision of the universe is more cyclical than linear, and does not imagine a singular "end time" when the universe will definitively end. However, according to Dr. Richard Jaffe, Associate Professor of Religion at Duke University, each kalpa does end with a "world-destroying fire," after which the new kalpa is re-created and the cycle repeats.

One of the most oft-mentioned theological teachings in the Quran, Islam's sacred revealed scripture, is that only God is infinite and everything else other than God is finite with a determined beginning and end…In typical fashion, the Quran speaks generally and somewhat vaguely about the events leading up to the end of times and the Day itself. The hadith (the collection containing the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad) offer more specifics. According to the many hadith on this topic, the Prophet Muhammad foretells that previously poor barefoot shepherds will compete in making tall buildings; people will engage in much violence, bloodshed and anarchy; sexual immorality will become rampant and public; natural disasters will increase tremendously; an impostor by the name of Dajjal will delude people into following and worshipping him; and Jesus will return to confront and ultimately kill the Dajjal; among other things.

The Baha'is have an interesting and different take on the end times scenario. Rather than expecting a Hollywood-screenwriter's dream that will occur within 24 hours, like this coming Saturday, they instead see "the end of days" as the end of one major stage of history and the beginning of a new one.
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