Assuming the Supernatural is Real

Preparing to rejoin the source energy—

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I’ve contacted a highly recommended shaman guide that can enter the realms, speak to the “teachers, masters and guides” to open the archives of the souls of the universe. Most people ask the lords of the records “what is my purpose” or what is the meaning of this existence? Everybody on earth has a spiritual clan and a guide (teacher) that can be approached by those here who are attuned to those frequencies.

I don’t really feel a need to find purpose. In fact I have really no spiritual, purpose inklings at all. But since I learned I have been recycled, re-purposed, and have been on this similar journey for many cycles to enhance my real life after this one, I am intrigued what it all means. What then, should I ask the Akashic Records of the knowledge of my soul? I need some ideas. I was told I can’t ask “when” questions as they will not be answered. That leaves how, what, why, and where, which I think is sufficient. What could I ask, or what would you ask for the betterment of mankind if you had a few minutes to peek into our final destination to find or focus on a higher purpose?

Author: jim-

One minute info blogs breaking the faith trap.

84 thoughts on “Assuming the Supernatural is Real”

  1. I do know one thing as close to absolute certainty as I can get. I will NOT be going to meet “my maker (singular). Hells bells, I lived in their home for 19 years! They made me one long dark, probably cold January night 72 years ago in southern Wisconsin.

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    1. Maybe 10,000 years of deliberation and you just solved the hard questions. BOOM! And if their is a higher purpose we have been manipulated to fulfill it for another. We do all the work, he gets all the glory

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  2. It’s raining here in Alabama. A light rain, keeping things quiet. I’m out on the screen porch. Tora, our cat, is in my chair, so I take the chair next to what used to be my chair. Cody, our black lab, is lying nearby, snoring. So, I pet Tora just behind his shoulder. It’s the start of a little game. He turns his head and lightly bites my finger. When he does this, he gives me a look, then he lets go and licks right where he bit–as if to say, “See? Just playing.” He squints his eyes, looks mean, looks evil. “Just playing.” So we do it again. He enjoys it. So do I. After a minute or so, he stretches and goes to sleep. I pick up my book and start to read–heart rate lowered, mind at rest. Now that’s how a god should be. 🙂

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    1. Paul. Thank you. And yes, Nice mood changer there. I’ve had the same sentiments. It’s a long story but I asked one day at Mel the apologist, “why can’t god just be this really cool dude that everyone’s comfortable around? That would actually make some sense to me.

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  3. My question?The heck with all that soul gazing stuff. I want to know the answers to the important questions. Like why do cats do that thing with their tongues sometimes, especially when they think you aren’t looking? I mean that’s just weird when they do that.

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      1. We have one cat that will have complete conversations with me. We’ll just sit there and talk to each other for long as I care to keep it up. She’ll vary her vocalizations depending on the tone and loudness of what I say so it sounds like she’s really replying. It’s really kind of freaky and even the family looks at the two of us weird when we do it.

        Hmm, now that I think of it I could have the makings of my own cult here. Miraculous talking cat who’s spiritual guidance only I can interpret? Damn, I can see the money rolling in now!!!

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        1. There you have it, and a best selling New Agey novel, “The Farmer who talks to Cats” or vice versa! Meow!!! Purrrrr… Meow??? Purrrr… Aw c’mon, all I was trying to say was, scratch me behind the ears, human.

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  4. At this stage in my life, I don’t really feel a need to find purpose either. That might change later though. Many people who believe in a ‘purpose’ are those who had it forced upon them from some religion. They didn’t find it themselves, they were simply told it was their way or the highway. When people leave religion, many try to replace what religion claimed to bring them, hence the search for a ‘purpose’.

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    1. I feel kinda left out. Maybe that’s a good thing finding contentment. That’s the goal anyway isn’t it? And we both have someone to share it with. Pretty cool really.

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      1. Yes contentment is a lovely word. It’s a good feeling isn’t it? Everyone’s looking upwards and outwards for contentment when they need could just find contentment within. Those Christians are missing out 😀

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      2. When I first stepped away from religion, I thought about my purpose a lot. What is it, now that God is out of my life? I have come to realize that purpose is not what we should be seeking, but rather contentment like you said. Purpose implies predestination and there is no evidence of that. Why should I waste my life trying to prove myself to an unknowable being and hope I did everything just right in order to fulfill my purpose?

        My goal in life now is to be happy and make those around me happy. But is that enough? Is that a life well-lived? Yes. Yes it is.

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        1. Yes it is! Seems like everywhere I go lately, finding meaning has been a topic. This girl I know joined some weirdo cult that has a history of child abuse because of her desperation to find more out of life. I think it all starts with the question, but without the question we’d just live, and live well. There are many and much better ways to find fulfillment without belief. For belief, as you know is a dead end and wasted years with the same results for 10,000 years. More faith, more waiting.

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          1. I don’t really see a downside to a life that has happiness as its goal. Striving to please a god who has yet to show up and reveal that they exist seems rather foolish. And if that god does exist, would they really object to you doing what makes you happy? What kind of loving god would do that? What kind of loving god would tell you that what makes you happy is sinful?

            Could there be an afterlife? I suppose it’s possible. Could reincarnation be a real thing? Maybe, but who knows? There is but one life guaranteed and it’s the one we are living right now. I think it’s time we start focusing on the one known existence and stop detracting from it by wasting our time on the unknown. If God is real and wants to correct us, he’ll know right where to find us. However, having a god who has hidden from man since man first came into existence would suggest that’s not likely to happen.

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            1. Everyone is fine. The littlest one is going on 10 months and is starting to stand. Soon she’ll be walking and then I’m in trouble. Wife is sleeping for work tomorrow. I’m up by myself with nothing but my thoughts and Jim to keep me company. Some life, huh? 🙂

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            2. I stop by there every now and then to see what he’s got to say and check the comment section. But when it’s only his fan club commenting, there’s not much substance, just back-patting and high-fiving. Not much traffic going through there these days.

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            3. I haven’t worked nights in awhile. Been working my 3 twelve hour shifts Sat-Mon and then some overtime on Tuesdays. Still day shifts though. I work 5am to 5pm most days. It’s funny you should ask. I am in the process of writing a new post that speaks a bit about my work shifts.

              I know what you’re thinking: That poor guy, working 3 days a week…and sometimes even 4 days. 🙂

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            4. It does seem a bit much. Haha. I used to work 48’s as a medic. 48 on four days off. Never have the same weekends though. Always rotating. I works a lot of ot then too. I was a zombie much of the time.
              Right now I’m doing contractor sales and estimates for a big lumber outfit here. Really good place, but it’s summer. I’ve always got 7-8 houses deep on my desk. Seems like everyone likes complicated houses these days so they really keep my brain taxed all day. Staring at planswift and the CAD all day I get pretty glazed over. Lol

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            5. My drive to work is about an hour each way so my 12 hour days are about 14 away from home. Trying to spend as much time with the family as I can, I stay up too late. It’s a good thing I know my route to work so well that I can drive there with my eyes closed…because they usually are closed at 4 am when I leave the house.

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          2. I think that all those who have systematically left “the faith” realize later that they had been trapped in a dead end street and all there was at the end was a squirrel cage.

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    2. It wasn’t only religion that got me to decide on a life purpose but really, religion promised me ice cream when I’d never heard of such a thing. Then it described it in detail and got me to really, really, want to taste ice cream. Then I found out it had no ice cream, it was just describing it. That was cheating so I left religion looking for ice cream and I found it. I haven’t tasted all the different flavours yet but I intend to…

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  5. You’re in a good place, not needing a purpose. Apparently, there really is no purpose, except that which we give it. Maybe life is an opportunity to give a purpose. Alan Watts said “Man suffers only because he takes seriously what the gods made for fun”. There is an inherent sense of play, of fun creativity, at the root of all creation. All enlightened masters have discovered that.
    What would I ask?? I’d just say “Move over, god. I’m taking the driver’s seat!!”😁

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    1. Wouldn’t knowing something about why or how this all works be a good question, or irrelevant? Is it possible that the good and bad is all the same in the experiment? We are mere electric pawns in the matrix of consciousness? We’re barely here as physical beings. About .2% of actual filed space. And I do love Alan Watts!

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      1. the nature of consciousness is your answer as to ‘why’- that is its nature, to exist, to be. that is just what it does. yes, good and bad, moral/ sinful, are labels humans put on things which are otherwise without qualifications. this tendency creates the dualism that makes us suffer. but we are not pawns of consciousness, our nature is pure consciousness, not just physical. we are only pawns when we are not aware of this, and let ourselves be ruled by uncontrolled thoughts. thought is a ‘vehicle’ for consciousness, that’s why it’s so powerful. it creates reality, and even matter.

        but consciousness is so subtle, most subtle essence of the universe, that it is hard, tricky rather, to grasp. because you already are it.

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        1. I’m in the zone. I’m getting you. I’ve always felt the answers to the tough questions were right under our noses—that we’re looking too hard in the wrong directions. Looking back at what some civilizations did it is evident they understood this property and utilized it to do great things. We are barely here as physical beings. The difference between us and a granite block isn’t much in the way of pure matter. We just believe it’s impenetrable, so it is. Crazy?

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      2. My husband use to say the purpose of life…any life, was procreation. The rest is just fun, awe and contentment with your own personal life.
        Our whole galaxy is is a mere grain of sand in the bigger picture…rather meaningless in the whole.

        But the bigger picture of purpose in a universe even existing at all, has always held a fascination for me. But the quantum world will only give a “how”, not a why.
        I suspect there is no “why”, but just a “because.”
        We look for too much meaning, I think. I heard a story about a professor of philosophy on the final exams passed out the test. On the paper was a simple word “why.”
        Students were busy writing lengthy answers and one kid just wrote ” because.” He got an A+.

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  6. OK, for the sake of trying (note I said trying) to be polite now. IF I came across an “all powerful” being/critter, I might ask what was it all for? Why is there the entire universe and what is the true purpose of it all? Me, I just enjoy looking up at all the stars, many of which we now know are actually entire galaxies and not just stars.
    According to some estimates by really smart astronomers/cosmologists, there are billions of galaxies and no doubt trillions of stars out there, why? Yes, I do prefer cats above other critters and “they” tell me, even now that “curiosity killed the cat”. Ah yes, that tired old garbage. My dear departed former wife used to reply that while curiosity may have killed kitty, satisfaction brought him/her back to life. So, there ya go Jim, a possible suggestion for you.
    Oh man, I was going to try and keep my comments on your nice blog shorter than this. I promise to try harder next time I feel the need to comment here. Honest,I will try.

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    1. No worries Walter. Seriously though, I was told that the energies that I will be asking is us, the seed of consciousness. I will report back what they tell me (if I’m allowed).

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    2. delicious, nutritious suffering. The Owner of All Infernal Names is just a game, but I sometimes think John Zande has it described the best. But then I am gloomier than most of you here, so… 🙂

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    1. Should I hold back on the FBomb while talking to all powerful source energies? We are assuming it’s legit for the exercise, right?

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        1. I’ve never understood how we decided that certain words are somehow vulgar even though all they do is represent perfectly ordinary concepts. The word “fuck” is simply another term for a normal biological process, sexual intercourse. I can say sexual intercourse or one of the various euphemisms we’ve come up with for the act, in polite company and no one will chastise me, but if I say fuck, well, I’ll get dirty looks, people will wince, even express displeasure with my saying the word. So, well, sexual intercourse them and the horse they rode in on.

          Sidenote: The doc told me to start taking melatonin to try to deal with the insomnia and damn, it seems to be working! No more waking up at 3 or 4 in the morning and not being able to get back to sleep! Does wonders for one’s mood, sleeping more than 4 hours a night.

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          1. Yep. Language and culture can be odd companions. Wouldn’t surprise me a bit if a few years from now we will be saying “go Trump yourself!” And no one will blink an eye.

            Good to know a bit of melatonin can help you. I’d become an evil zombie with only 4 hours of sleep. Many days I have to run on 6 hours of sleep and it really starts dragging you down after the 3rd day of that shit. It is difficult to get to bed early enough to answer the 4:30 AM alarm clock comfortably.

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          2. Here’s a question for you, Jim. Is atheism a product of sleeping 4 or less hours a night. When I was forced to believe, I was also forced to sleep at least 8 hours a night. As I grew up and started sleeping less, like 4 hours a night max, my atheism increased. Most of my “adult” years it was 4 hours a night.Now, in my dotage, I cannot remember when I went to sleep, so I have no idea how long I sleep. I think I am still an atheist, too.

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            1. You’d have to see if young adult atheists sleep 4 hours a night too. I sleep 6, but it never seems to be enough.

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            2. Awwww. Poor Jim. But what I was really keying on were two of your other commentors saying they only get 4 hours sleep a night too. Maybe those two hours are what keeps you in the “if I get proof” category, lol.

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            3. I got you. I was knee deep in houseplans stacked on my desk. I think We need less nighttime neural cleansing from not having to acquiesce endlessly to daily contradictory bullshit. Carrying around a suitcase full of contradictions is a tiring mind game. But I have a really strong left hand. Hehe.

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            4. Ha ha ha… that’s a good one! Religion tires you out more than atheism. Could be atheists have less worries about pissing off psychopathic all mighty…

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      1. No way Jose! Maybe I should remind others I was a four year “student” at USMC; University of Science, Music, and Culture,so my language may at times be very ‘salty’ as it were. Oh, just FYI, I did my tour of Vietnam, 1970-71 with 5th Marine Regiment.
        Also, as I stopped buying into “all powerful” critters way back when I was about 13/14, why would I show respect to any supposed critter. One further thing, respect, loyalty, and trust must be earned. Well that is what Dad and my grandparents told/taught me.

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    2. That’s one of the easiest questions to answer, shelldigger, except for the fact that it is such an unpopular answer that no one wants to hear it, let alone believe it. So Earthians muck along, following their psychopathic leaders and gods, bitching, complaining, sometimes laughing but always dying.

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        1. It’s been heading that way for centuries, but those who tried to stop it failed. Now it is here, and we are realizing those consequences. But it is probably too late. It has crossed that invisible line between reality and hope. And we are all to blame…

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          1. The line between fact and B.S. has become indistinguishable. Faux News and the right wing conspiracy nut franchise has won. People get so caught up in that social bubble of crap they lose sight of reality.

            Again, my question would be “why are people so stucking fupid?” 😉

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    3. Shelldigger,
      I often play with words. I think it is another one of the many, many things Dad taught me. I still remember when we moved from southern Wisconsin to SoCal in the spring of 1959 how he mispronounced many of the Spanish words on purpose. He was testing me to see if I had learned the correct pronunciation. So, in ‘mixed company’ or as they say here in central Looseyannie “polite company”, I’d probably say “how come people are so stucking fupid. It may result in fewer blood shed and even generate a laugh or three.

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  7. Quote: “what would you ask for the betterment of mankind if you had a few minutes to peek into our final destination to find or focus on a higher purpose?” Great question, Jim, one which I have already asked, and answered, since as my Teachers would constantly remind me, if you know how to ask the question, you know the answer. I have my answer, amply stated in various ways on my own blog… the challenge, the real challenge, is for each individual to ask that question and to answer it for her/himself. No need to compare it with anyone else’s, it stands on its own. On the long stretch though, each answer will become a proper part of the whole, each blend into a working whole for humankind. The Teachers are correct: never ask when since ‘when’ is linked to time and time is an artificial construct that is meaningless to the aware mind.

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    1. I’m going to go into this very positive and open. I’m going to give every opportunity to see what becomes of it. Either way it’ll turn out for me. I would like to ask how my understanding of the quantum field can benefit us here and now. I would think that understanding our origins would make this more interesting, not less.

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          1. Umbilicist. Ha ha. I’ve missed my vocation. Its not too late for a career change right? I know thats slightly rhetorical, since you’ve switched job paths more times than most people I know.

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