Friday, February 13, 2009
Mapping Hades is a Dirty Job, But... (Footnote on don Kotze)
When all the dust has settled I realize that most of all my “frustration” (if that’s even the word) with JK's methodology is personal: there are so few individuals in this field who are able to sustain the cognitive dissonance of paranoid awareness—to allow an understanding of satanic global agendas, ETC, to co-exist with the wider perspective of galactic consciousness. There are so few of us building bridges between the two right now, and though I understand JK’s choice to leave that stuff behind for personal reasons, it still feels like a loss, even a kind of defection.
We are all stuck in the dark labyrinth of consensus reality, and no amount of hash brownies are going to change that. Until we have fully developed our inner vision, our gnosis, we have no choice but to grope our way through it, and to create maps for those who can’t, won’t, or daren’t, take those terrifying blind steps through darkness. There is almost no one out there (Neil Kramer comes to mind, but only a handful of others) taking these steps and making these maps, because it depends on being both willing and able to look unflinchingly at what’s occurring on the world stage (and behind the scenes), while at the same time, allowing it to form part of a greater, more archetypal and illuminating context. It requires an ability to “spin” the darkest most distorted material into a beautiful tapestry of light. And it's only from this dark matter that we can spin a new world: that's what it's here for. We all know JK is capable of this too, and he's doing it, in his own special way. I just can't help but feel he could take his kaleidoscopic vision a little deeper than into Robin Tunney.
OK, that's all I have to say!