Monday, May 16, 2011

Dimensional Thinking

Dimensional Thinking

When charting a destination the best position to be in is the driver’s seat. So why have so many of us become passengers on a bus? No, I am not referring to public transportation but rather the fact that we have been taken for a ride. Sadly, the destination appears to be of no consequence to the passengers. Let me tell you a little story.

When my father came to this country he began working for the railway. He could not speak the language nor did he know what his eventual employment role would be. The rate of pay was yelled out in the stockyards by a crew manager, yet it really did not matter. He was fortunate enough to have been selected amongst the thousands of immigrants looking for a job. By morning’s end the men boarded the railway cars – they were cargo cars without seats. Their journey lasted for nights as they travelled to the ends of Northern Ontario. Unwashed, smelling of urine and malnourished they slept as cattle ready for the slaughter. When they arrived they were told to start working. No special skill was required, just the appointed hard work. In two months my father had lost 30 pounds and became extremely ill, just as so many other immigrants had. He crossed an ocean, travelled through the desolation and tundra of Northern Ontario only to be victimized by what could be described as racism and indifference. That was the immigrant experience and it proves that rational thinking ends when desperation sets in. More importantly this is what corporations were allowed to do and it appears the past is repeating itself.

The big question always seems to be, “well what can I do?” This is where multi-dimensional thinking comes into play. I previously wrote about Colonel Phillip Corso in the hope that you would discover that he was the father and inventor of remote viewing. For those of you too lazy to research the topic I will provide you a brief outline. Remote viewing occurs when you sit on your television converter and change the TV station by accident – NOT! This serves as a reminder that you should sterilize your TV converter every so often. At least as often as you pick your nose.

If you can conceive the concept of multi-dimensions and different layers of time, then perhaps you can grasp the following. The human soul is an energy that exists in every moment of time and every dimension. Therefore, we not only impact the past and present, but more importantly, we have already impacted the future. Ideas and thoughts impact the spiritual or dimensional world as physical feats affect the natural world. We accept corruption, war, assassination, economic chaos and religious degradation because we allow it to happen. Our consciousness has been violated. Your awareness of this and your acceptance of this will impact our future negatively. If all you do is to speak about the chaos that surrounds us, then you will have accomplished much. Prayer allows human consciousness to suspend evil more effectively. Once evil is created it can never be extinguished. It lingers in the remains of human consciousness. The universe is filled with a perfect balance of good and evil.

My interpretation of string theory is rather unique. If we exist in all dimensions and layers of time then our souls are an infinite series of spiritual manifestations - much like a strand of DNA. The eventual evolution of that strand is a function of dimensional thinking.

The people that drive our planet care not for you and me. Their ultimate aim is to place us in railway cars headed for oblivion. I will say it again. Our planet was taken hostage the day JFK was shot. We have allowed the remaining few, those responsible for his assassination, to assassinate humanity from that point on. They control the secrets that JFK would have graced humanity with. Why do we allow ourselves to protect political, religious and economic assassins? The truth is hidden from us and it need not be. It is time to get off the bus and bury the drivers. Start impacting our future positively. It will make a dramatic difference. Some people call it the power of positive thinking.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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