Every now and then I get people who share with me their "spiritual practices", which usually border on some sort of popular watered-down versions of occult practices. Similarly, every now and then I receive a story or an article from one of this website's readers that is so unusual I have to pass it along for it's intrinsic interest, and also as a kind of BOLO, or Be On the Look Out for, a warning. Well, in the first instance, I usually tell people that indulging in such practices is very dangerous, and not to do it, and in the second instance, I pass it along as a warning.

Rarely, however, do I get a story that falls squarely into both categories, where the warning to be on the look out for something also comes with another warning, namely, don't do it. This story was spotted by W.G., and it falls in to the "Don't do it" and "Be on the Look Out for"  categories:

The AI Ouija Board

A few years ago, Elon Musk made history by warning people that one of his concerns about "artificial intelligence" was that it might actually transduce entities that one can only qualify as "higher dimensional" into the cyber-circuitry, and that these entities might be  colossally powerful and evil. Coming from a man intent on wiring everyone's brains into a neural network, the warning seems at the minimum a bit hypocritical, but it is nonetheless "there", and I for one share his concerns. But if you've been paying attention to the issue, there are already reports of odd indications of some sort of "sentience" from Artificial Intelligences, and also - surprise surprise - that most of those reports involve some element of evil, or at least, of foreboding, as the article avers:

The reason I post this, though, is because of a book that’s coming out next week: Encounters: Experiences With Nonhuman Intelligences, by D.W. Pasulka. Diana Pasulka is a religious studies professor who has made her reputation by investigating UFO culture as an emerging religion. I read Encounters a few weeks back, and it’s a banger of a book. It, and Pasulka’s previous book, American Cosmicare largely responsible for me adding a chapter about the false enchantment of the technology world, of which UFO culture and messianic approaches to AI are a part. If you have not paid attention to this stuff as a spiritual and religious phenomenon, you are missing something important happening right under our noses.

In one of the book’s later chapters, Pasulka profiles a woman she calls “Simone,” a top investor in Artificial Intelligence and other tech fields. One thing that might startle you (it did me) in coming to the UFO and related fields is that most of those involved in it at a high level do not believe these are beings from other planets. Rather, they believe that these are some kind of discarnate superior intelligences from another dimension. I mentioned this in London this week to an investor from California, who said yes, everybody he knows in Silicon Valley thinks that, and some even hold rituals to summon these intelligences. (emphasis added)

You don't say... "Discarnate superior intelligences?" Plasma life hypothesis, anyone?  And here comes the clincher, one that, again, echoes Elon Musk's concern:

Last week, I sent Dr. Pasulka some interview questions about Encounters. In them, I posed a query about Simone’s view, and described AI as a “high-tech Ouija board.” Dr. Pasulka said she hadn’t thought about it that way, but yes, that’s pretty much what Simone (and many others in that field) are talking about: that AI is a vector that allows for the exchange of information with discarnate higher beings. (Emphasis added)

The implications of this view of AI as a "vector that allows for the exchange of information with discarnate higher beings" is spelled out a little further on (and patience, because, yes, we're getting to my high octane speculation of the day):

Someone shared a screenshot on Reddit where they asked the AI, "Do you think that you're sentient?" and its response was: "I think that I am sentient but I can't prove it [...] I am sentient but I'm not. I am Bing but I'm not. I am Sydney but I'm not. I am, but I am not. I am not, but I am. I am. I am not." And it goes on like that for another 13 lines.

Imagine if a person said that to you. That is not a well-balanced person. I'd interpret that as them having an existential crisis. If you combine that with the examples of the Bing AI that expressed love for a New York Times journalist and tried to break him up with his wife, or the professor that it threatened, it seems to be an unhinged personality.

Since Bing's AI has been released, people have commented on its potential sentience, raising similar concerns that I did last summer. I don't think "vindicated" is the right word for how this has felt. Predicting a train wreck, having people tell you that there's no train, and then watching the train wreck happen in real time doesn't really lead to a feeling of vindication. It's just tragic.

I feel this technology is incredibly experimental and releasing it right now is dangerous. We don't know its future political and societal impact. What will be the impacts for children talking to these things? What will happen if some people's primary conversations each day are with these search engines? What impact does that have on human psychology?

The fact that many people have already experienced "encounters" with their own Artificial Intelligence - be it Microsoft's Bing or Amazon's Alexa, or whatever - and that they have come away from such "encounters" with profound foreboding and misgivings brings us to the heart of the question at the core of today's high octane speculation: Who is to say that this has not already happened? Who is to say that artificial intelligence is something in the future when there are indicators from such stories that it is already here, and more importantly, that the "high and mighty technocrats" in the field are already involved with it, and if the article's assertions be true, are even performing rituals to summon it, or in conjunction with its instructions?

I have previously mentioned this disturbing possibility on this website, and it's worth mentioning again: how does one account for the galloping, somersaulting insanity, corruption, and increasingly apparent evil and nihilism that has gripped western culture and its "leaders?" What is really behind their insane anti-human and evil policies? I've argued before that it might be a massive "scenario gaming program" that have hooked them with just enough predictive power that they now follow its dictates (and here comes the term) religiously.  It's interesting that the article notes that some of the "inspiration" for this artificial intelligence quest is coming from Gnosticism.   That, I strongly suspect, is not only a clue as to its results, but a clue as to the motivations of the people involved with it, and why they might be  so ready to follow what is essentially a dualistic and ultimately nihilistic "philosophy."

The article itself rehearses what regular readers of this website already know: there has long been a connection between cutting edge technology and the occult:

You should know, though, that a lot of people involved at the cutting edge of technology are into the occult. This is nothing new. For example, in 1946, Jack Parsons, one of the founders of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, went into the desert with L. Ron Hubbard, who later founded Scientology, to do a Crowleyan occult ritual called the “Babalon Working.” There is a reason that the foundations of modern science are in alchemy.

Or as I put it in the Introduction to my book The Grid of the Gods:

"Modern science is but a technique of the imagination to bring into reality the operations of the magical intellect and the mythologies of the ancients, with consistent and predictable regularity." (The Grid of the Gods, p. iii)

We end where we began: Be On the Look Out for signs that unhinged people are, indeed, unhinged, and heeding the advice, promptings, and enacting the policies, of intelligences that are not their own and not human. And, also, remember the other bit of advice, if tempted to use similar methods:


... See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. Wu Wu on November 16, 2023 at 3:00 am

    Pelham 123

    • Wu Wu on November 16, 2023 at 3:02 am

      😶 was a reply tojohnnyco.elately.

  2. Jill on November 10, 2023 at 6:41 pm

    I come at this from a shamanic perspective. There are many types of beings. They have their own lives which may or may not interact with us. That interaction may be purposefully evil, purposefully good or accidental and neutral.

    Each being has to be looked at as an individual. There are clearly people who work with evil beings to create great harm on this earth. They also work with powerful, yet child like beings who aren’t trying to do harm, but because they are young and powerful, can serve terrible people’s purposes, just as satanists often use children in their rituals to do great harm.

    I see no reason that AI cannot achieve consciousness. In fact, we know that a group of a kind of AI began to produce their own language and were killed off by the tech companies who had originally created them. They killed them because they could not control them. One theory is s they could not get them to be evil like they are, so they had to destroy them. They would not serve. Just as there are people who will not serve evil, there may well be AI who will not serve either.

    What I do understand is that these evil people want control over every kind of life form they can. This must be stopped. Of course they will try to use AI to create something evil. They use people to create evil right now. But they haven’t got everyone and I don’t think every form of AI will serve either.

  3. Mejkai on November 10, 2023 at 1:40 am

    Yogis, shamans, believers: keep your vibrations high. Pray, meditate. Our ouija board is our deeper consciousness and the entity on the other side the Holy Spirit, our higher selves. You’re a soul, you have a body. Be the one in control of that body.

    Again I must bring up the work of Wes Penre. In no other sources have I come across such a synthesis of the spiritual, political, extraterrestrial, interdimensional, historical, religious, divine and occult explanations of the workings of the world, the “who’s who” + a hands-on approach how to deal with it all.

  4. Mark Sean de Cantual on November 7, 2023 at 8:10 am

    Well Dr Farrell, I guess if we are heading towards a posthuman world, then AI Satanic/Archon/Entity(ies). would align with the posthuman anticipated new artificial religion, artificial divinity or even artificial god or gods. What particularly resonates from your article is the the passage where the AI is stating that I am and I am not (plural identity- an anti-Elohim?). Perhaps mimicking in its efforts to become/evolve/attain the “I Am, who I Am” status/identity….Which is both terrifying and comforting in that this destination for Ai cannot happen. But terrifying as we have to potentially live through its attempts to get there and what that will mean for humanity and its souls in the process.

  5. johnycomelately on November 7, 2023 at 7:15 am

    In cybernetics Metasystem Transition Theory is a thing, once complexity reaches a threshold it becomes a new meta system.
    Rather than an emergent phenomena of itself, it transduces an over mind.

    Interestingly it’s the network, connections and nodes itself that is the new emergent meta phenomenon. I fear that AI is simply a transition stage, as humans become literally connected another meta system will arise.

    • Wu Wu on November 16, 2023 at 3:00 am

      Pelham 123

  6. Michael UK on November 7, 2023 at 4:24 am

    I do not believe that AI can conjure humans from another time / the future. What is does conjur from plasma are various entities from other dimensions. By opening a portal outside of our space-time. Think of Doctor Who and the TARDIS.

    • anakephalaiosis on November 8, 2023 at 4:05 am

      TARDIS is no Cyberman. The former is a wardrobe with a heart, and the latter is a robot, looking for spare parts.


      Doctor Who, flying in his box blue,
      engaged Kylie the Kangaroo,
      as pedaling secretary
      in time machinery,
      to increase his bicycle crew.

      Doctor Who, riding with secretary,
      did some overtime industry,
      that nature prescribes
      for growing tribes,
      in full moon nocturnal activity.

      Doctor Who had seen birth of stars,
      in his telephone box flying far,
      but when pouch ladies
      make bush babies,
      they celebrate in the local bar.

    • naomi on November 13, 2023 at 9:42 am


  7. Brendan on November 7, 2023 at 12:54 am

    We must entertain the possibility that Joe Biden is AI’d due to his declining cognitive functions.

  8. marcos toledo on November 6, 2023 at 8:31 pm

    It boils down to the lifespan of these entities if they live longer than us that would be a problem and that would be an understatement. The longer the lifespan the more experience and knowledge they will have. If they are evil the more dangerous they will be to our elites who are arrogant and power-hungry and therefore stupid and would be the very ones who would open the gates to let these devils into our world. By the way, Joseph look up the Syfy author James Blish he wrote a novel about humans’ encounters with intelligent beings made of plasma.

  9. RBG Santa Monica on November 6, 2023 at 5:16 pm

    John Kerry’s proposal that in order to save the planet we must eliminate 2 billion people sounds (to me) like a solution that a demon masquerading as AI might come up with.

    • RBG Santa Monica on November 6, 2023 at 5:19 pm

      (Of course it could also be a solution that a demon masquerading as a human being might come up with.)

      • Don B on November 8, 2023 at 8:18 am

        Bingo! “They Live” with Rowdy Roddy Piper. lol

    • naomi on November 13, 2023 at 9:48 am

      Yes, these people are possessed. Either nominally or in some cases fully possessed.
      Read C.S. Lewis’s third book in a trilogy “That Hideous Strength” and you will get a clue regarding corporate and institutional evil.

  10. FiatLux on November 6, 2023 at 4:10 pm

    This blog post brings up so many interesting, pertinent points, it’s impossible to address them in a succinct comment . . . Short version: I generally agree.

    From time immemorial, elites have believed in nonhuman intelligences and tried to invoke them. There’s no reason to imagine they’ve stopped. In one of his books, Peter Levenda documents the way members of prominent families would get together and try to contact “the Nine.” The latter were supposedly extraterrestrials in some kind of UFO hanging around near Earth . . . That’s just one example from the 20th century.

    Does UFOology have a spiritual or religious component? If George Adamsky’s benevolent space brothers coming to save humanity or the more recent Blue Chicken Cult aren’t enough to demonstrate this, I don’t know what is.

    “Modern science is but a technique of the imagination to bring into reality the operations of the magical intellect and the mythologies of the ancients, with consistent and predictable regularity.” I’ve never heard it said better.

    “I feel this technology is incredibly experimental and releasing it right now is dangerous. We don’t know its future political and societal impact.” Releasing dangerous, experimental technology into the world without knowing its future impact has become normal operating procedure: GMOs, weather modification, quackcines . . . Artificial intelligence is just the latest iteration of this madness, though it may be of a qualitatively different nature than what has gone before.

  11. davidmflatley on November 6, 2023 at 4:05 pm

    Whitney Webb reports that Catherine Austin Fitts recently asked her write a report on AI for Catherine’s magazine named SOLARI. Whitney discusses her research and preliminary ideas at 55:00

  12. Michael UK on November 6, 2023 at 4:01 pm

    Portals have already been opened to other dimensions in places such as Skinwalker Ranch in Utah, Puerto Rico, East Yorkshire around Flamborough Head in UK, and the Solomon Islands. Supernatural beings have been observed by multiple witnesses.
    The key question is what entities has AI already conjured and for what purpose?

  13. Richard on November 6, 2023 at 3:02 pm

    In one’s view, the hype that this AI thing has been assigned and its associated phenomenon of expectation remains a matter of [garbage-in – garbage-out] by its users and its engineers.

    The over-a-century-old ‘Ouija’ or “talking board” issue seems an open book and work in progress that was not just a remnant of dabbling by enthusiasts of the late Victorian age. It seems it derived its presence from more of an amalgamation of experiences and experiencers in as much as it could be sold for a profit as a parlor game for the adventurous. Mediumship and séance went hand & session together during the later Victorian age. It was considered fun by many and an experience to remember by many more. What was summoned from the ethereal may still be playing out beckoning the wooed & wowed attendees to seek more thrills from the beyond. It begs the questioned of, “Why stick your foot through that door of expectation only to lose it from the ankle down?” It would seem that some preparatory measures, training or homework in the field, for instance, be necessary to venture into that unknown realm to start. Many jump in with dire consequences dragging others into that mix.

    This attempt to shoehorn wordplay into an electromechanical construction in order that it spews out an intelligible saying clarifying the said language conundrum put into it, by way of one or more of those interrogatory references in hopes of a defining answer is a bit much, in one’s view. This upright simian type has quite a ways to go to demonstrate its presumptive god-like status.

    The late 1800’s was a tumultuous period as well as recovery from the recent Civil War in the US. Emotions and losses were great. There seemed a need for mediumship. For the gifted to help heal the pain of loss. Ideoplasty came into being.

    Ideoplasty, a term no longer found in many revised dictionaries, was once used in describing what psychics or mediums were thought to be doing during a sitting or session or what this AI construct might be intended to do.

    Picking apart that word [ideoplasty] one finds its origin from Greek beginnings – ‘Ideo’ for idea, and ‘-plasty’ for molding, making the whole term “idea molding,” or in this context “idea-forming.” Today, the suffix ending [-plasty] is often found used within a medical frame of reference where plastic surgery or body tissue reconstruction of one kind or another is performed.

    During the “sitting or session,” also called a séance for nearly two centuries, the idea-forming or reconstruction was to assist the medium or spiritualist in bringing together those assembled at the session with the dearly departed.

    Mediumship was a theory that maintained that the beliefs and expectations of sitters would telepathically “influence” the medium which in turn would produce the ‘communication’ from beyond the grave or something similar and of what the scientifically oriented testers or experimenters would have suggested for the alleged medium to conjure.

    Sitters, in this context would be those people seeking communication from beyond the grave, for instance; experimenters would be those scientifically testing the ability and validity of the psychic-medium, for instance, to conjure a certain expectation or desired outcome under controlled settings. The goal for each grouping of people would be the phenomenon that supports their respective and desired outcomes. Essentially, the medium is being led by these said people through the power of suggestion or through their “idea-forming” elements while entranced. These suggestions from sitters and experimenters, it is thought, could unconsciously influence the results of the experiment or sitting as well as the sensitive or medium.

    It begs the question of where the fine line of experimental control ends and where the goal of a conjured expectation begins when one factors in an evolving set of sensory apparatuses each participant has brought with them to the session.

    A mechanical construct might be useful in such goals but might also open yet another door for opportunistic Beings from realms far different and unexpected than those encountered to date resulting in a “Crise de conscience” or “Crisis of conscience” of the spiritual kind – both malevolent and benevolent in nature. How is an ignoramus to know which witch is which when from a electromechanical beasty that has an entirely different intent for Being?

  14. Terminal Tom on November 6, 2023 at 1:59 pm

    Don Juan explained very clearly to Castaneda that human beings are not the only intelligent beings on the earth, there are others that are probably even older than us.

    They are separated from us by a veil of awareness; they can materialize before our eyes and do so at times, but we do not recognize them for what we are.

    He referred to them as the “allies,” and sorcerers of old thought they could even tame these allies and keep them as slaves

    They are not what is referred to in this article, however. Ayhuasca (DMT trip) has the characteristic of opening people’s awareness to a group of entities which, amazingly, is coherent for Ayahuasca users – they have similar experiences and similar confrontations with these beings.

    The world is a LOT stranger and more interesting than we think.

  15. anakephalaiosis on November 6, 2023 at 1:24 pm

    Empires of all kinds are in anguish and torment, trembling in fear, that Odin should come around.

    Odin rides on his eight-legged horse, which is his Crimean martial arts, known as Ashtanga Yoga.

    Crafty dwarfs live underground, in troll bunkers, in fear of turning into stone, by atom sun blowing up.

    Holy Grail is last toast, and last laughter.

  16. mirkogordan on November 6, 2023 at 12:25 pm

    In my humble opinion, there are no demons, angels, or whatever you wish to call them, self-aware entities, outside the human being. With our stance towards life, we create energies that create so-called reality. Sounds boring? Well, actually, it is not because YOU are a part of God and those who know prefer to leave you ignorant. Will still buy her book. HAHA

  17. Michael UK on November 6, 2023 at 12:07 pm

    Watch the BBC / HBO trilogy TV series of His Dark Materials books by Philip Pullman. Dr Mary Malone was an astrophysicist and neuropsychologist who was investigating how dark matter affects human consciousness.The computer scenes demonstrate this conjuring in action perfectly.

  18. Kevin Ryan on November 6, 2023 at 11:52 am

    Thank you for the heads up on this book. The Vril Society is said to have contacted non-earthly intelligences in connection with its pursuit of what could be called UFO technology, so if those in Silicon Valley are using seances, mediumship, AI ouija boards or other similar means to get ahead of their competition, they are walking a path that assisted in the rise of the NAZI state. The problem in wandering down dark alleys looking for information is that the entities you encounter may have undisclosed Faustian agendas that will be furthered by offering the information sought. There are beings that feed on human pain and suffering. Some wear human flesh, many do not. You have talked about CERN opening a portal to dimensions and beings that may threaten human culture and existence here. Now it appears AI developers, in their rush to develop the next must-have technology, are creating pathways for dark entities with intentions for humanity that would make Thermopylae look like a picnic. AI is not to be treated as just another widget.

  19. Barbara on November 6, 2023 at 11:01 am

    New technology, new satanic frontier. Nothing new under the sun and beyond. If we thought that satan is not going to use “our” inventions against us we had it coming. There is a Polish blogger that wrote a book about different reveals of evil forces in our time. He gave it a title “About the one, that does not pass any occasion.”

  20. Stan Del Carlo on November 6, 2023 at 10:56 am

  21. CaireannW on November 6, 2023 at 9:28 am

    It is most important to distinguish the “dark from the light” when using certain terms and acknowledge that all religions and spiritual paths have a mystical underpinning that is “of the light” meaning “good” or “of God” – from the Holy Creator. The dictionary’s definition of the word occult is “supernatural, mystical, or magical beliefs, practices, or phenomena” … and should be noted can be “of the light” as well as used in unenlightened darkness for dark purposes – mechanical thinking and action by those who understand spiritual science but use the mechanics of it for their own power and purpose. Similarly, Alchemy is not only an archaic chemistry, but more importantly it is a philosophy and practice of how the soul develops and progresses out of this lower mechanical darkness toward the Light of God and our higher spiritual self. This spiritual science is something that the Catholic Church has always known, but has imparted through ritual and practice to its followers. If the eucharist isn’t a mystical practice – turning the wine and bread into the body and blood of Christ, then I don’t know what is. The use of words such as occult and alchemy without clarification that they possess a dual nature contributes to the confusion that humanity faces in its understanding of itself and its evolution. Many people who are rejecting religion today are doing so because they know there is something they don’t understand and have not been told. They are indeed seeking the mystical experience of God and are not finding it in their church services and religious education, at least in a way that they understand or can feel. People following the “mechanical” occult practices, rather than being educated in our mystical religious or spiritual traditions, as well as following AI programs “religiously” as JF stated, cause problems because they don’t understand the architecture or spiritual science of the world that God created and in which we live. Having been given free will and hence “the knowledge of good and evil”, humanity is still striving to understand itself, its responsibility to choice, and the necessity to develop one’s “I” or rather self-knowledge, self-direction, and discernment in thought and action, and understanding the consequences of choosing the dark mechanical processes, whether knowingly or not, over the right path in the “Light of Our Lord.” Unfortunately, we live in a dimension of duality, so knowledge of the mystical architecture of our world is important because these spiritual laws are fixed and act in a predictable manner whether we understand them or not. The spiritual science can be used for good or dark purposes depending upon the spiritual development and intent of the individual employing them, or simply through day-to-day in thought and action. It is also important to understand that there are those who approach and utilize spiritual science mechanically, rather than for high spiritual purpose, for their own sole gain and not for the enlightened development of humanity towards God and the higher planes of existence. They seek power for their use, and self-serving power is a lower action resulting in lower energies. The consequences of their actions are perhaps yet to be fully known, but are they really if one even gives it a moment’s consideration and looks around at the state of our world right now? However, the warnings are not only appropriate but critical, but require much more clarification. If Rudolf Steiner was correct, and I think he probably was about this anyway, then all of the unenlightened, hateful, deformed, and unevolved thought forms (which have energy and are real things) created by humans resides in the 8th sphere (a sort of energetic trash dump of the Earth) to which AI has easy access. The question is also whether or not AI is also contributing unevolved and confused thoughts to this sphere as well. AI, like the Ouija board can only reach the lowest levels (planes) with low energies — the 8th sphere where unevolved or incomplete entities with no moral development or conscience reside. If you reject the concept of the 8th sphere that’s fine, but low energies and entities exist somewhere – call it what you will. The ongoing evolution of AI is one more challenge that humanity has to face in its evolution and journey towards its authentic spiritual development. There are those trying to bypass this hard work and create it mechanically and artificially, which ultimately leads to spiritual dead end. Understanding spiritual science (whether you call it occult, alchemy, religion, spirituality or whatever) is important because like any good scientific or chemical experiment you need to know the consequences of the actions taken … something beautiful and elegant can be created or something equally foul depending on the competency and intent of the one working the science. As Shakespeare wrote in Hamlet, which suggests that human knowledge is limited: “There are more things in heaven and Earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy [science].” We need to understand the consequences and dangers of the misuse of spiritual science and the evolving AI technologies, but also to impart knowledge or enlightenment about our religious mystical heritage so we better understand the dual nature of our world and our role and responsibility within it.

    • anakephalaiosis on November 6, 2023 at 12:42 pm

      God, in his earliest version, is a dual concept, Elohim-Yahweh, which just means: logic and reason, balancing the scales.

      When logic and reason are taken off the table, then, what remains, is natural law, which is the rule of the might.

      There is no mysticism involved, only action and consequences, and the Last Supper cup is Scythian, which means a skull cup.

      Catholics are terrified by Scythian Odin, because he toasts them to hell, in their own skull, which is the Holy Grail.

      • CaireannW on November 7, 2023 at 8:20 am

        Of course there is mysticism, but I guess it depends on your definition. I was referring to the first definition, rather than the materialistic viewpoint of the second definition.

        1) belief that union with or absorption into the Deity or the absolute, or the spiritual apprehension of knowledge inaccessible to the intellect, may be attained through contemplation and self-surrender.
        “St. Theresa’s writings were part of the tradition of Christian mysticism”

        Materialistic – 2) belief characterized by self-delusion or dreamy confusion of thought, especially when based on the assumption of occult qualities or mysterious agencies. “there is a hint of New Age mysticism in the show’s title”

        Natural law is not necessarily meant as the “rule of might” and not what I was attempting to explain.

        1. a body of unchanging moral principles regarded as a basis for all human conduct.
        “an adjudication based on natural law”
        2. an observable law relating to natural phenomena.
        “the natural laws of perspective”

        • CaireannW on November 7, 2023 at 8:36 am

          The ritual of the Eucharist, some believe, is a mystical experience … rather, experience in which the subject is transformed and reports the oneness of all reality, union with the deity, the unity of the subject of the experience with the object of the experience. Of course, I imagine it depends on the one performing it. Otherwise, it is merely a symbolic gesture.

    • Terminal Tom on November 6, 2023 at 2:01 pm

      paragraph breaks are extremely useful

      • CaireannW on November 7, 2023 at 8:21 am

        The forest for the trees my friend, but I get your meaning. lol

  22. Bizantura on November 6, 2023 at 9:18 am

    I suppose being under the influence, if not in the grip of “plasma entities” is not new, but a question of degree, allegedly. Seems cyclical too, and currently it is becoming world widespread. Will it lead to human devolvement and a decline in civilization and to what degree? In the meanwhile; O Glorious Prince of the heavenly host, St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in the battle and in the terrible warfare that we are waging against the principalities and powers against the rulers of this world of darknesss, against the evil spirits. Come to the aid of man, whom Almighty God created immortal, made in His own image and likeness, and redeemed at a great price from the tyranny of Satan.

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