It is undeniable that there is more to reality than what you can see with your eyes. The below the water level stuff… or behind the curtain type of stuff… mostly about the invisible dynamics, the invisible motive powers of people, and maybe even stuff.
I grew up atheist, a Marxist, and a seriously anti-religious child. Most of that wasn’t from my parents, I don’t ever remember them talking about any of that among themselves: they almost never talked to me about anything.
I never thought there were monsters under the bed, or that the Easter Bunny filled the boots in the windows (we are talking about Hungarian customs, don’t get confused!) or any other superstition. I was free to observe… unimpeded, unhindered, unguided by others’ imagination and fantasies, like religion.
Warning, this is a two years old article, that accidentally got re-published. None of this is happening currently…
I have changed a lot since I wrote this… thank god. So, please, take it with a grain of salt… this is ancient history. Although it is true that most people can’t get what there is to get on the level that they are, and that they will not be helped by anything I do, the solution, from my personal point of view, is not to exclude them, but to provide them with a vehicle that they can get at least to the second floor. Vibration 200 is the second floor, and the view is very different from there. The feeling is very different there.
What is the important job I am supposed to do now, that is so urgent that I am banned from measuring people’s vibration?
The job, guiding people, humanity, to the next evolutionary step, has been anything but a straightforward, linear progression.
It’s a team job, Source, my core group, and I, are working as a close-knit team. Partners in trouble… as the Hungarian word, bajtars would say it. 1
All morning this song was humming in my head… my only real tie to my first 34 years: songs. Not any kind of songs, songs to encourage the proletariat to fight on. And although that fight is gone, although I don’t believe in the ideas of communism any more, the core values those songs taught me are still valid, and rare in the world.
One of those is this “bajtars” idea, being partners in trouble, partners in life. In English I would say like this: “we’ve been in the trenches together.” Trenches of war, where I watched your back and you watched mine. Where we faced certain death together. Where, maybe, we starved together, we risked together, but not each other, no, together.