What I write here will be of a nature as described in the title. To me, writing this is like throwing darts at a board. Maybe some things will end up being accurate.
I will try to do this in the form of brief notes.
- ([Writing this about session] 82.10) That which is called space or "outer space" had, at one point in time, the same density as all things within the universe. When the stars or celestial bodies of great mass, of great density, emerged, the density from the plenum or outer space was transferred to the celestial bodies. What immediately became of outer space was that it possessed the physical properties which it is known to possess today.
-The preceding octave...it is said to have had a harvest in some respect. The next octave is said to have harbingers and "those who wander". My curiosity with these statements started when I deduced that the next octave has, therefore, already begun. This means that time is quite incapable as a measure for the going-ons of all octaves of existence...or in short, it is not a complete measure of the greater existence which lies "ahead" of us, so to speak.
Anyways, let me bring up the proper quote for this.
"This octave density of which we have spoken is both omega and alpha, the spiritual mass of the infinite universes becoming one central sun or Creator once again. Then is born a new universe, a new infinity, a new Logos which incorporates all that the Creator has experienced of Itself."
"Octave density" refers to the eighth density, which is simultaneously the first density of the next octave. Within each octave there are seven densities (I'm aware that I just stated there was an eighth density).
-So simultaneity is w e e e e i r d...
-Once you experience love and intelligent infinity (after the gateway to intelligent infinity has been "unlocked" by work upon intelligent energy coupled with all the energy centers in a balance (if positive polarity)), then you have completely learned the lesson of third-density.
Okay, so I'm done for this entry of this type for today. I think.
Once again these are just ideas, "theories", and/or interpretations. I may be wrong or inaccurate.
If you don't like considering these varous idea, I suggest you don't clutter your thoughts by letting your curiosity drag you through the words. In any case, the act of focusing on a given task, within the parameters (e.g., is the task to read, or do a tough physical motion or something?) of the task, is very useful almost always (I can't think of when it isn't) but might be quite hard for some people.
That's it. I haven't done this blog stuff before, so I don't really know what I do after I create this new entry. I might write more entries some other time.