We live in an Odds world?

The phrase ‘what are the odds?’ is synonymous with ‘what are the chances?’. It can be used in several different ways to imply either incredulity, as in:

“damn! what are the odds of you and that deer wearing the same vest?!?” says the drunk hunter to the bleeding game warden;

or a rhetorical statement of certainty, as in:

“what are the odds.” mumbles the ingenue as she realizes she has just backed her car into that of the DMV inspector as her first act of driving after receiving her license.

It can also be a challenge to the statisticians, as in:

“what are the odds of Jamie Diamon receiving a Peoples’ Choice award for humanitarian banking?”

But all meanings hover around the central idea of the existence of ‘probability’ in universe.

Probability, as a concept, requires a couple of base components; first among them is the idea of a ‘range of potential’ for a ‘thing happening’. This range will always extend from ‘certainty’ to ‘unknown’ with the definition of ‘probability’ as being that distance between those two states. Further, there is the implication within the concept of ‘odds’, and ‘probability’ of a ‘neutral’, or ‘unbiased’ and ‘non-participatory universe’. This is to say that the whole idea of ‘odds’ or ‘probability’ requires a fundamental ‘level playing field’ in which the ‘odds’ apply equally to all the participants. This idea is based on the assumption that the universe is NOT participating in any way.

All casinos sell themselves on this principle; that is to say, that the ‘odds are even’ for all. They are premised on the idea that if you, or that strange looking guy to your left with the odd haircut were to go to the same table, the ‘odds would be even’ for both of you.

Yet, of course, we all acknowledge, especially those who live by the ‘odds’ and ‘gambling’, that the above idea is total bullshit. We even acknowledge this bullshit continually within the language that we use to define and discuss the idea of ‘odds’, and we call this refutation of the existence of ‘probability’ by the name of ‘luck’.

Note how all languages have the idea of ‘luck’ defined by numerous words and phrases. In most of these the idea of a ‘participatory’ universe is inherently stated or implied. If one has, in any language, ‘luck on their side’, or ‘lady luck smiling on them’, or ‘good joss’, or ‘jolly ancestors’, then they are somehow propelled outside of the ‘odds reality’ that we all presumably toil within most of our lives, and are magically transported to the area of ‘certainty’ where probability no longer exists. Their actions and choices are said to be ‘lucky’ as the results of those choices manifest in the reality around us.

The idea of ‘luck’ is variously refined as a ‘wave of luck’, that someone could ‘catch and ride’ (from Micronesia), to the ‘lucky winds’ of the sailing peoples globally, to ‘lucky spots’ found planet wide, and ‘rains (from heaven)’ in the dry parts of the planet, all as a ‘signal of luck bestowed’. But in all variants, the idea of ‘luck’ is accompanied by the concept of fleeting, temporary, and usually also as random, or undeserved.

We humans have even gone so far as to notice the existence of special kinds of ‘luck’, and have encoded these in our language as ‘beginners luck’ (always good), or ‘the luck of the Irish (usually bad)’, ‘a sailors luck on land (also usually bad)’, and dozens of other variants on the idea of special kinds of luck.

In some cases we note within the context of the language that the ‘luck state’ is temporary, and is due to ‘special circumstances’, such as being a novice at some skill (a beginner), rather than a state of being, such as ‘irish-ness’ with which one is stuck for all of their life.

In other ways, more subtle expressions, we note that universe is not at all random when we sarcastically state that some act of undeserved largess is the ‘luck of the rich’. This last also acknowledges within its context that the ‘system is rigged to favor the rich’. Note that ‘favor’ can be ‘curried’, or ‘cultivated’, and that this understanding lies at the heart of all the energies that the ‘ultra-rich/powerful’ put into such strange rituals as the ‘sacrifice of care’ at the Bohemian Grove, and other similar rituals practiced globally in an attempt to make themselves appear more ‘favor-able’ in the eyes of the gods of power.

So we humans, in our language, acknowledge that the universe of our experience is not one in which random ‘odds’ favor each individual equally. We may not actively contemplate the meanings of these concepts, but we usually live and act upon them, thus granting tacit supremacy to the ‘participatory universe’ model of reality. Those humans who gamble more than casually, will have, noted or not, come to the understanding of when ‘luck’ is with, or against them, and will react accordingly, even if grudgingly. These humans know they live in a participatory universe.

The casinos certainly know that ‘odds’ don’t really exist. In fact, their bottom line is built on the understanding that reality proves the house always wins. This is so, in spite of the understanding of statisticians and ‘odds makers’. It is due entirely to the nature of universe in which most people going to the casinos expect to lose. That is, the vast majority expect to have ‘bad luck’ at the gambling games, and therefore they manifest just that. casinos exist precisely to ‘harvest’ the monies associated with this expressed ‘bad luck’. We even state this premise explicitly with our nickname for Las Vegas, as ‘Lost Wages’….we expect to lose.

Note that they are also savvy enough to realize that energies are involved, and that they (the casino operators) have to provide some form of exchange in order to not be also harvesting the ‘bad luck’ itself, and so we see the ‘circus’ nature of the environment in which energetic stimulation is the actual level of what is being ‘purchased’ with the gambling loses. Thus a ‘contract’ exists, and the harvest of the monies from the ‘bad luck expressing humans’ is accomplished with the return being the ‘experience’ provided by the casinos, and not the actual loss at gambling itself.

Another expression of this same principle is found within the complexities that arise to ruin the lives of lottery winners. In these systems, the state harvests the greater portion of the gambling dollars, but astutely transfers the ‘bad luck’ of all the losers to the winning ticket, and ultimately the ‘winner’. This statement is easily understood if the lives of those winning large lottery sums is examined following their ‘wins’.

The idea of ‘luck’ is perhaps best typified by the cliche of the ‘country bumpkin’ (novice/beginner) who encounters the ‘big city’ (aka casino of chances of life), and is seemingly ‘stumbles’ into good fortune in spite of the ‘odds against’ any particular outcome. This story pre-dates all media, and is a sub plot of tales told so long that we extract our language and understanding from them. All of these stories go to the idea of a participatory universe.

In a participatory universe, ‘odds’ and ‘chance’ do not exist. In our reality, we acknowledge this is factual even at the scientific level of understanding. We can postulate a thought experiment in Las Vegas. In this experiment we have 100 slot machines, each primed to the same state. We further have our test subjects, 100 humans. Each is allowed to choose a slot machine and place a predetermined number of bets. In a random chance universe, our experiment should yield a typical bell curve spread of winnings and lose across our 100 participants. But wait you say, there are subtle differences between the machines at a quanta level, and that this is what really makes ‘gambling’ possible, and, that at a quanta level, the universe actually is not random, but entrained. Soooo…ok, our experiment does not work then.

We redesign the experiment to eliminate this issue. We place our 100 people in a random order, and then send them into a single machine, that is pre-primed to the same state prior to each person using it. Oh, no, wait again…that does not work! Well, ok the most common objection made to this form of our experiment is that there is yet another, subtle component, involved in this form of the experiment, and that is ‘time’.

Yes, time. The objection is that each person would encounter the machine at different times, and that somehow time is a component within the ‘odds’ of a thing occurring. In order to be a ‘fair’ test, the experiment would have to have each of our 100 humans at the same machine at the same state of being at the same time…..an impossibility in our current understanding. The argument here is that ‘time’ is an essential component of chance.

It is my contention, that it is the ‘time’ aspect of universe that proves it is participatory, and that the ideas promoted by statisticians, and other ‘odds makers’ are based on a false understanding of reality. It is also my contention that if it is impossible to create an experiment to test the premise of a ‘neutral’ universe, then this is due to the universe being participatory, and not neutral. As the LHC at Cern is presently demonstrating.

Our manifesting reality is continually participating in all choices presented. It is this active participation from universe that many humans attempt to cultivate in their lives with rituals. Thus the basis for superstitions of all kinds from mudras (hand rituals to ward off evil ‘luck’), to MMM (miracle money memes wherein ritual ‘documents’ are prepared superstitiously to cultivate universe favor in the form of money).

As an aside, religions would have one accept a neutral universe, but an ‘all powerful’ being within it who cares about your life. In their view, the ‘luck’ is ‘favor bestowed’ by their off-planet deity, probably using some form of digital tracking and giant remote viewing screen ala MIB movies.

So it is my conclusion, backed by nearly a decade in the ‘time, one-step removed’ business, that ‘odds’ do not exist, and that statements of numeric percentage ‘chances’ of any given outcome are usually a monkey-mind response to the uncertainties of life, universe, and everything. Things, events, happen. Or not. Demonstrably, it is a dualistic universe with two modes of expression, existence, or not. Attempts to state potentials as ‘odds’, or percentages provides complacency to monkey-mind, and has little relationship to manifesting reality. However, it is very useful when dealing with certain persons stuck in ‘monkey mind’, such as economists, or accountants, or statisticians, to pop off numerals frequently, and percentages are even better, as they quiet the excessive chatter by providing their monkey-minds something for chewing.

A story I heard a long time ago, in a country far far away, someones father would drop by occasionally. This person was a Sargent Major, and half Chinese by phenotype. Anyway, Sargent Major Bob  was a committed gambler. His gambling was always on horse races. He just could not get enough of the ‘sport’. He was astute about it, and self aware, as well as being self editorial with the kids around. He would always point out touts, and other forms of mental states (aberrant?) typified in the horse racing environment. He knew who played odds, and could point out those who ‘read the track’. For all these approaches to gambling on whip driven horse flesh, Sgt. Major. Bob had but one characterization, that ‘they may chose the winner by accident’, but that ‘joss chose which horse it rides before the race starts’. So reading the track, in his view, would only tell you about what the feet of the horse would encounter; and examining ‘odds’ would only tell you about old, past races reduced to numbers for monkey-mind. For Sargent Major Bob, if you wanted to win at gambling, you would walk through your day, ‘tasting the Way (he was a taoist)’, and then examine the field of participants, and answer yourself in asking “if i were joss, which horse do i ride today (this now)?”.

Sargent Major Bob was very a ‘lucky’ gambler. He lived long,and retired with more money from gambling ‘winnings’, than he would ever see from his pension. He was a great proponent of harmonizing with universe. He typified the expression ‘chance favors the prepared mind’.

Which comes back to the ultimate question, no, not life, universe and everything, but rather this: if, in our understanding of universe, ‘chance’ is able to favor anything, then what are the odds?

With respect, a gift of a small noodle…

Microsoft is going to try to take everyone else down as they collapse!!!

Microsoft had a pretty lousy year in 2012, putting out a string of big products – Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 and the Surface tablet – that all turned out to be be disappointing.

But those pale in comparison to what may be the biggest disappointment in Microsoft’s history — its failure to convince antitrust regulators to take action against Google.

After a 19-month investigation and despite much prodding from Microsoft, the Federal Trade Commission has reached a settlement with Google that basically amounts to a slap on the wrist.

This is a crushing blow to Microsoft, which has spent millions of dollars on lobbyists and phony grassroots groups over the past several years hoping to land Google in hot water.

Indeed, Microsoft’s obsession with Google doesn’t just border on crazy. It is crazy, and not just a little tiny bit crazy but full-blown, bunny-boiling, Ahab-versus-the-whale nutso.

The Shadow War

For years Microsoft has devoted massive resources and energy to waging a sneaky shadow war against Google, fielding an army of lobbyists and front groups that exist almost completely to spread anti-Google propaganda, including ICOMP.org, the Association for Competitive TechnologyFairSearch and SafeGov.

They call themselves “industry groups,” and they have lots of members, but they’re basically Microsoft fronts devoted to hating on Google. Take a glance through ICOMP’s “newsroom” and “Voices” section and white papersand “ICOMP in the News” section. It’s pretty much all Google, all the time — and all negative. It’s a whole website devoted to bashing Google, and frankly it’s kind of incredible, in a twisted way.

FairSearch does much the same. Its site is loaded with Google bashing. FairSearch’s spokesman is Ben Hammer, who works for the Glover Park Group, a lobbying and PR firm in Washington, D.C., that used to lobby for Microsoft. Before taking on his role at FairSearch, Hammer worked on the Microsoft account for Glover Park.

FairSearch also hired Patrick Lynch, the former attorney general in Rhode Island, as a consultant —  and then Lynch began lobbying states to investigate Google and publishing op-ed pieces in newspapers bashing Google for “abusing its power,” among other things.

Microsoft even hired Randall Long, a former FTC attorney who had worked on investigations into Google during his time at the commission. A watchdog group protested and called the hire “suspicious.”

In 2009 Microsoft spent millions of dollars to kill a proposed deal between Google and Yahoo. Read this Wired story about what Microsoft did, and you’ll be flabbergasted.

That battle was fought by an internal SWAT team that is devoted to hobbling Google. The team is led by a lawyer, John Kelly. (See his LinkedIn bio here.) Also on the team is Kate O’Sullivan, a former exec at Burson-Marsteller, a top Microsoft PR agency that has a hand in running ICOMP.

The SafeGov ‘Grassroots’ Campaign

More recently, as Google started trying to sell Google Apps to government agencies – competing against Microsoft Office by offering much lower prices – Microsoft helped create a new group called SafeGov.org, another so-called “grassroots” organization whose mission supposedly is to discuss issues around government computing policies, but really ends up being just another front for bashing Google.

SafeGov’s “experts” include Doug Miller of Milltech Consulting, who used to work at Microsoft doing “competitive strategy,” and earlier this year disclosed a consulting relationship with Microsoft. There’s also Jeff Gould ofPeerstone Research, another SafeGov expert who has disclosed his consulting connection to Microsoft in the Washington Post and on a site called The Open Enterprise, but not in his SafeGov bio. Finally there’s Bryan Cunningham of Cunningham Partners who co-founded a company called Polaris Consulting whose lobbying clients included Microsoft —  though again this connection is not mentioned in his SafeGov bio.

SafeGov’s other experts include four people from the Chertoff Group — a lobbying organization run by former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff. They’ve done their part to bash Google. Chertoff criticized Google in the Wall Street Journal in July 2012. Richard Falkenrath, a principal at Chertoff and a SafeGov expert, criticized Google in the Financial Times in February 2012. Yet another SafeGov expert, Andrew Weis of Civitas, warned about Google and privacy in the Chronicle of Higher Education in February 2012.

All For Nothing

And now all Microsoft’s plotting and scheming has come to nothing. Or almost nothing.

The FTC has settled with Google on the allegations of search engine manipulation. As FTC Chairman Jon Liebowitz has stated, the investigation is closed and the FTC is satisfied that Google was not acting in anti-competitive fashion. “On balance, we didn’t believe that the evidence supported an FTC challenge to this aspect of Google’s business under American law,” Leibowitz said in a press conference on Thursday. There won’t be any protracted (and distracting) legal battle. There won’t be any embarrassing depositions. Google will just make a few little changes that it has already agreed to and the Feds will back off.

Of course FairSearch is howling about the settlement and claiming the FTC “failed in its mission to protect American consumers.” Microsoft is still holding out hope that European regulators will do something to hobble Google. And that may happen.

But here in the States, the whole campaign is starting to look not just evil but also ridiculous and even pathetic, a failed crusade that smacks of revenge and failure and sad psychodrama.

Why Not Just Make Better Products?

Microsoft has spent the past 10 years missing out on every big new trend — search, social, mobile. Instead of looking inward and trying to fix its own problems, Microsoft has become ever more obsessed with Google.

The crusade extends to PR as well. Last year Microsoft hired Mark Penn, the pollster and PR guy who led Hillary Clinton’s 2008 train wreck of a campaign.

Penn’s mission is to create smear campaigns about Google. One of his big brainstorms was the “Scroogled” campaign which tried to persuade people that Google’s search results are tainted by advertising. Microsoft ran full-page ads in newspapers and spots on Monday Night Football. It even created a site, scroogled.com, and urged people to complain about Google on Facebook.

Then came the “Droid Rage” ploy, where Microsoft used its Windows Phone account on Twitter to ask Android users to send in Android malware stories to win a prize. The campaign backfired when Android fans used the hashtag to mock Microsoft.

Going negative might work in politics, but when you’re selling products it’s probably wiser to tout the virtues of your own product. The risk Microsoft is taking is that by howling about Google, Microsoft starts to look like a company that can no longer compete, a desperate dinosaur that has toppled into the tar pit.

Worse, Microsoft starts to seem a little unhinged. Nevertheless, don’t expect this freak show to end anytime soon. Supposedly Penn has been going around Washington trying to recruit consultants, telling them that Microsoft has armed him with a $50 million budget to go after Google.

Imagine the kind of cool product that a team of great engineers could dream up with $50 million. Instead, we’ll get more negative ads and ineffective lobbying, while the Surface continues to post disappointing sales figures, and Windows Phone languishes in the cellar of the smartphone market, and while Android continues to gain market share in smartphones and tablets and the FTC can’t find a way, despite all of Microsoft’s finagling and pleading, to make a case against Google.

Keep up the great work, Microsoft.

YOU are greater than any god or other deity!!!

Do you wonder why life is a chaotic roller coaster of both positive and negative events? Have you, like most, earnestly tried positive thinking, meditation or prayer without any tangible beneficial results? Do you stress over your quietly desperate realization that you have little control over your own life? Do you fear that most of us are floating helplessly like plankton on the waves? Don’t you wish you had a magical power to change your life and the lives around you for the better? Well, the good news is that you do!

After reading this a few times, you’ll understand the natural forces that create our individual and collective realities. You’ll comprehend that we all have the same ability to use these forces for good or for evil. You’ll begin to see these forces at work everywhere. You’ll learn to control, focus, amplify and correctly use your personal power with ease. You’ll start to reap the rewards you’ve always sought: but never found. It won’t require your belief or faith, which come with practice. And, it doesn’t even require any real effort on your part, though faith and making physical steps toward your goals will help them to manifest faster. It’s as easy as daydreaming. Your understanding of this knowledge will make you begin to naturally and automatically think in new ways that will make your future as you’d like it to be. It’s really not hard at all. Wrap your mind firmly around this concept.

We each wield enormous power throughout each day of our lives. We control powerful forces of which most of us are totally unaware. Your power can create good or bad future events for yourself, for your friends and family and for all of humanity. Here’s the problem: We unwittingly create positive and negative, life-giving and even potentially fatal events in the future. Without knowledge of this power, using it is like playing Russian roulette with the engine of the universe. And, our individual realities and the realities of everyone we think about are direct results of our control, lack of control, use or abuse of our awesome individual powers. But, once we understand our power, we naturally tend to use it for our benefit and for the common good. So, seriously examine your power and learn to use it to help yourself and everyone you love to become the best originals you can be.

Your subconscious mind is in continuous contact with the subconscious minds of everyone else alive today and possibly with all minds on other planes at all times throughout the universe. The collective subconscious controls the omnipotent, omnipresent quantum field. It envelops everything, powers the atoms and manifests our holographic universe. And, your individual mind, while in the alpha level awareness (daydream state), is your personal control console for the collective subconscious. It’s your key to your personal power and what everyone must learn to control for posterity’s sake.

The collective subconscious does NOT understand “words” or languages. There are too many languages and too many ways to define words. It only understands your mental images, the original universal language. The mental images you consciously or unconsciously design (imagineer) onto your mental screen are totally understood by the collective subconscious. Images are clearly understood by the field. In other words, your daydreams largely dictate your reality. The quantum field interprets your daydreams as your desired future reality. It figures that you wouldn’t spend so much time daydreaming about it, unless you wanted it in your life. Your future is largely a reflection of the most recurrent images you’ve displayed on your mind’s screen and mental images produced by those who know you. The more times you mentally image a thing, the greater its chances of materializing into your reality. Think of daydreams as votes for events to happen in your future. It’s the only true democracy. And, it’s perpetually happening inside everyone’s head all day long throughout our universe.

Our cruel and unlawful world rulers want you to be ignorant of this information, so they can enlist you in their multi-million man army who daydream their nightmare into existence for them. Understand the situation, but when you imagine their nightmarish plans, instantly delete the images, more on that later.

To use your power with any degree of control, your conscious mind must communicate with the collective subconscious (place your order) in its own language: in deliberate mental images. Words and thoughts have no effect on reality, except to paint mental images in our minds. It’s our images, our imaginings that program reality. They are the universal language expressed by all intelligent beings and understood by the quantum field. You must also learn how to edit out your negative daydreams. I’ll tell you how briefly.

Don’t confuse night dreams with daydreams. Night dreams are born from random splashes of unrelated images from your mind’s image storehouse upon your mental screen. You’re asleep. So, your subconscious mind is unchained from the false restrictions and limitations normally imposed on it by your conscious mind. While asleep, your subconscious mind is free to recreate by fully exercising its enormous power to connect unrelated dream images into some sort of continuity or story. Meaning can’t be deciphered from night dreams, because images have different meanings to different people. Nightmares have no real power over you or your future, unless you assign power to them when you image (recall) them the following day, when you’re awake.

Your daydreams, on the other hand, are the programs or the code of the creation of your future. The things you imagine (lament, desire, grieve about, gripe about, hash over, resent, anticipate, hope for, hate, love, regret, etc.) most frequently are the things of which your future will be composed. Until you learn to manage these images, life will be a chaotic mess of good and bad events and repeats of past negative experiences.

Likewise, our collective daydreams ~ the images most common to the mind of Mankind ~ program our collective future reality, locally and globally. The reason everything is chaotic is because we entertain a chaotic mix of good and bad daydreams, unaware that we are causing our chaotic personal and collective realities. No wonder everything is a mess. And, the banksters thrive on chaos. We must learn to control our imaginations.

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” ~ Einstein.


The duration of an image you host on your mental screen isn’t very significant. Only the quantity matters. So, rather than make up a twenty minute movie with great detail that you must labor to recall, make up a two or three second scene that’s easy to remember. And, keep it simple. The less complicated your daydream is, the less difficult it is for the collective subconscious (or the quantum field) to orchestrate events to make it happen. Lots of my personal daydream programs are at night, to limit content and detail. If it’s simple, it can happen faster. And, consciously re-daydream, repeat your imagineered beneficial mental scenes as often as possible.

The collective subconscious (the quantum field) is an automaton ~ a machine with strict functions. It powers the electrons that create the holography we call reality. It automatically assumes the mental images you entertain most frequently are the things you want in your future. The images held most frequently before your mind’s eye are absorbed by the collective subconscious, which then scores the collective will with your will (daydream), engineering future influences and pathways accordingly to, one day, enable your (intentionally or unintentionally) programmed scene to materialize into your future, unless it was against the collective will. Most of the time, collective will doesn’t weigh in much, because we imagine more personal things for which there is no collective opposition. The collective subconscious does not qualify your daydreams as good or bad. It only quantifies them. Negative or positive, it’ll manifest exactly what you (or we) program it to make, unless you lose your area’s democratic vote. And, it requires no faith or belief. You can do it skeptically, which will just slow down the materialization.


To improve our lives, we must not only create positive daydreams, we must first edit our negative daydreams. In their absence, there’s more space and time for your many shorter positive images which you willfully create for your benefit. This process reverses negative trends in our personal lives. And, it’s easy! The same process, done collectively, could reverse the negative local, national or global trends that we collectively, unwittingly create ~ and then sentence ourselves to endure and, hopefully, survive. (Mankind needs a single positive image of our collective future to counter the evil world leaders’ nightmarish plan, that they’ve duped Us into daydreaming for them!)

Before you begin to fully exercise this power for your benefit, you must first learn how to negate and prevent negative images from recurring on your mental screen. Editing your daydreams is simple. It’s best to delete negative images as they occur on your mind’s screen. This prevents them from coming back to mind and from negatively influencing your future and/or Our collective future. This exercise cancels your request to the collective subconscious to manufacture the negative events of the bad image you’ve imagined. To successfully delete a negative daydream, once again, you must do so in the collective subconscious’ own language.

When you catch yourself daydreaming a negative image, first freeze it on your mind’s screen. Then with your imaginary paintbrush, draw a sloppy black circle around it. Next, draw a nasty black X through the circle (the international symbol for danger or other negative identification). Lastly, imagine tossing the whole picture spinning upwards out of your mind, away from the planet like a frisbee.

Now, you’ve told the collective subconscious in its own language to delete the bad image and negate any negative influence it may have had on your future and also to never again entertain that image or images like it. A recurring negative image that has frequented your mind many times may require you to repeat this technique several times. Remember, you are the gatekeeper of your mind. You can choose what to imagine and what not to imagine.

At some point you’ll find yourself alarmed that you can’t remember the negative image you just deleted, seconds ago. You’ll feverishly try to remember it until you do. Then you’ll have to, again, circle it, X it and toss it up and out of your mind. You’ll soon learn to ignore his “bad dream amnesia,” settling for the happy knowledge that you cleaned your mental house. And, if you can’t freeze an image or easily recall it, don’t worry. Just Circle and X the blank space after the negative image leaves your mental screen, then toss that upwards out of your mind. It’s almost as effective. And your ability to freeze images will improve with practice. Also, you may remember having entertained a negative image without cancelling it out in the past. As you recall the image, circle and X it.

Your past:

Many negative thoughts are memories of bad events and circumstances from your past. Think of them as unwanted baggage. They anchor you, slowing or preventing your forward progress. By frequently recalling negative images from your past, you’re blocking positive images with a log jamb of past negative images. Also, the source power sees your repeated mental images of your past as your order for your future, making your tomorrows resemble your yesterdays condemned to repeat mistakes, reliving horrors of the past.

Each time they recur, freeze them, circle them, X them and toss them up and out. This cuts the strings from negative experiences. Once you’ve learned the lessons from the past, you need not remember the bad events. So, toss them out and go on with your life. You can also visualize your most traumatic past negative events as enormous weights or baggage chained to your ankles. Then just mentally cut the chains and shackles away. Feel yourself accelerate away from the weight of the bad baggage. Begrudge the huge pile of the worst times of your life as it disappears behind you down a mental road into your past, where it belongs. Learn the lessons as quickly as you can. Then slash the ties and move on. Now you have more free mental time and space for positively imagineering your better future.

Become grudgeless to limit negative images from the past. Forgive all your past enemies and adversaries. Love them, but pity them. They, like you, are only the result of their genetic origin, their experience and their reactions (choices) to their experience. Like most of Us, they’re only using their limited conscious resources to try to get along as best they can in this weary old race. If they had the knowledge of all the secrets in the universe, they wouldn’t have wronged you. So, realize their humanity, totally forgive them and lovingly delete your negative images of them from your mind. This frees up lots of future mental time during which you may entertain new positive images, custom imagineered by you. And, it frees up your old enemies to evolve.

Your present:

Negative thoughts of “where you are now” endorse your entrapment. Edit them and negate them. Then replace them with images of “where you will be,” enabling you to aspire to that new place to be “who you are becoming.” You can image with your eyes open or closed. Mainly, attempt at the most vivid image you can muster. You don’t have to continue to be “what you have been.” It’s your choice. Today really is the first day of the rest of your life, because you’re now learning the knowledge to set you free. You’re a work in progress. Live in the now. More fully experience and appreciate the present as you willfully, mentally create your better future. You can’t change the past. But, you can file it away to prevent it from becoming the pattern for your future. To make room for a great future you must release your old past, learn its lessons, make the best choices you can in the present while imagining your future, as you like, relentlessly.

When you begin to get over your past, you begin to become more fully aware of the present, enabling you to more often stop to smell the roses. Remember that complaining about something you hate makes emotionally powerful mental images of that thing you despise, images sent to the collective subconscious on an order form with the signature of your soul. This, of course, only creates more of what you hate in your future. Observation is manifestation. So, as best you can, ignore everything around you that you don’t like. (You quickly get better at all of this with practice.) You’ll see that, as you ignore the bad, it dissipates and fades into the background. Griping about it is like picking a sore so it never heals or, worse, gets infected. By praising and being grateful for the good things you have, you’re imagineering more like them in your future. So, count all your blessings, often, no matter how small. And, take the time to feel and express gratitude and appreciation for others’ blessings, even if they’re adversaries. This spreads the good programming by making them see the good in themselves or the good they’ve accomplished and appreciate it. It also softens their opinions of you and forms a good bond between you.

Be in the moment. Finish a task before starting another. Prevent stress by tripling the amount of time you estimate it will take you to fulfill obligations. Then if you take three times as long as you committed, you got it done on time. And, if it takes you twice your estimated time, you’re a hero. Recall only memories that make you feel good. Never imagine yourself as a victim or a loser or host any negative mental self-images without instantly taking a few seconds to delete them. Install an imaginary alarm in your mind that sounds off whenever an image occupies your mental screen that makes you feel bad, automatically triggering the paint brush. As you edit negative images you’ll experience an ever-increasing sense of freedom from them. And, freedom is power. If you want to feel better, eliminate your negative mental images.

As you put this knowledge into practice, you’ll begin to mentally dwell on more positive things, which makes them materialize. If you don’t like a thought, negate it, then dwell on something better. You can choose what to think. What you see with your mind’s eye is what you get. So, if what you see is what you get, see better! Edit your daydreams all day long every day. Get in the habit. Look for the good around you and the good in others and in the environment and appreciate all of it. Forgive yourself and then you can more fully love yourself, so others can forgive you and love you, too. The universe is infinitely abundant. It can supply everything that everyone needs and wants. So, know that you have the right to have everything you need and want. You have the right to be happy. Release the old to make space for the new. Focus more and more on what you desire and less and less on any negative current realities or past calamities.

Realize that mediocrity always attacks excellence. Reverse the polarity of others’ jealousy by praising their accomplishments and those of everyone around you. Then you’ll also be more eligible for accomplishment and for praise for your achievements. And, forgive the jealousy of others, imagining them to be praiseful, instead. Refuse to believe the bad in others. Mentally replace it with good, thereby helping them to become better. This isn’t a mystical ceremony. It happens all day long in your mind while driving, walking or doing anything repetitive. You’re just not applying any discipline to it now. Now you know how to self-discipline your imagination.

When a crisis happens, ask what lesson it’s trying to teach you. Then learn that lesson to end that crisis.

Mentally project love to yourself and to all around you. (Try this in a traffic jamb and witness people stop competing) Provide value and service to the world to receive value and service. Be the change you want to see in the world. Don’t forget to daily affirm your love for yourself and your forgiveness for your imperfections, human frailties and mistakes, to release yourself from your past to speed up the manifestation of your future. Develop the attitude of always striving to be a better you. Don’t compete against others. This can only make you become a poor copy of what you perceive others to be. That’s pitiful telemetry. Only compete against your own record of achievement. This makes you become a better original you. The banksters (Khazarian Zionists, the “zi” in Nazi, illuminati monsters, our only declared enemy, the world’s leaders) thrive on our chaos, pain, suffering and death. They perpetuate it and perfect their plan by keeping us ignorant of this knowledge and using our power (us) against us.

Mental Imaging Tutorial

Create your mental images (programs) of your future desired events from the perspective of being in the event at that future time, looking out of your own eyes at it unfolding before you. If you’re having trouble imaging something, think back to a time when you looked out a window into a cold world and lost yourself in a daydream about a warm paradise. Then put yourself in that state and imagineer your daydream. No trance state is necessary, no ceremony. It’s simply daydreaming while you drive or walk or do any boring activity. Also, don’t be too specific when composing the daydream. The more details you add to your daydream, the more strings must be pulled throughout your world in order to manifest your daydream into reality. Make your visual order easy for the quantum field to fulfill. Make your daydream orders short and memorable so they’re easy to replicate, just a few seconds long. And, then repeat them as often as you can until they’ve manifested.

But, be careful what you imagine, because, if you imagine it often enough, you will get it. And, you may not like it when it happens, because your daydream reality may be complicated with unforeseen negative consequences. This is why it’s best to imagine an unavoidable result or effect of the reality you want, a result that would necessarily have to have happened to enable your desired reality, rather than imaging the specific event. This gives the collective subconscious more avenues through which it can accomplish the event, hence manifesting your reality sooner. And, it may even engineer a better event than you’d planned with your limited conscious mind.

An example of this would be a strategy to have a more enjoyable and profitable occupation. You may think that you’d enjoy being a jeweler (for example). So, you program that reality relentlessly. Mysteriously, you somehow enter that profession and then realize you hate it. Here’s the problem. You don’t know what every occupation on Earth entails. You are your own worst critic. You (consciously) know yourself least of all. You don’t know what undiscovered talents or phobias you have. And, you don’t know if the people you’ll work with are compatible. So, consciously, it would be almost impossible for you to determine the best possible job for you. Your subconscious has access to all knowledge. So, don’t program being in a specific job. Instead, image the effects of having a job you love.

One way you might do this would be to imagine your alarm clock waking an extremely excited and happy you to the opportunity of the day. Imagine yourself gracing the alarm clock with a soft stroke to turn it off, rather than knocking it off the nightstand onto the floor into pieces, as can happen when you hate your job. Imagine you bounding out of bed, fully rested, happy, energetic and eager to get to work. This enables the omnipresent collective subconscious to engineer you into the occupation most likely to make you happy, the job that’s best suited to you and all your natural abilities, limitations, penchants, needs, likes, dislikes, quirks, preferences and talents. And, it well may be an occupation you’ve never even considered.

Imagine you driving, shading your eyes from the glare off the new paint, smelling the new car smell, with a huge grin on your face, imagine it relentlessly. You’ll probably have to have a pretty great job or come into some money for that reality to occur.

Here are three other examples of imagineering the “effect” of a future event you desire, rather than the actual event:

To manifest someone to love, don’t imagine you coupled up with a specific person, as that person may be totally wrong for you, leading to unhappiness or worse. Don’t waste time. It’s too precious and too limited. What you want is one who’ll make you feel elated, whose company you’ll thoroughly enjoy ~ one who shares your feelings, likes, dislikes and one you don’t mind showing off in public. Make creating the reality easy for the collective subconscious by limiting the ingredients of the daydream. Imagine you’re walking slowly in a public place with your arm around someone, laughter and voices with tinkling of dinnerware, your head is raised, eyes closed, mouth open, laughing hilariously at your new partner’s quick wit, a tear streaks down your face as you experience the love, relief and gratitude of knowing that the one you’re holding is the most compatible partner you’ve ever had. The daydream didn’t even have an image of this unfound lover. It takes two or three seconds and leaves all the decisions to the collective subconscious. You don’t care who it is, only that he or she makes you feel this way.

Or, to imagine an influx of much needed money, imagine yourself happily skipping up the steps of your bank, stress-free, or simply patting your pocket with pride, excited to deposit the wad of money into your account or to cash the check or pay the bill, exhilarated with joy over your new found prosperity. It’s just an image of you looking out of your own eyes down at your feet negotiating some steps or a walkway with a lot of joyous emotion connected to your image of the experience. It takes seconds.

To give yourself temporary immortality, while simultaneously preventing the loss of any of your limbs during your long life, from time to time imagine you sitting in a porch swing looking down with your own eyes at your own aged, frail, wrinkled, liver-spotted hands resting clasped in your own lap. Feel the warm sun shining on you as you look out on the beautiful landscape in your visual field.. Feel your hands against your thighs as you push with the tips of both shoes to make the porch swing gently sway back and forth. And, experience the satisfaction of having had a full and rewarding life. Do this fairly frequently and it will make you immortal until that day arrives and make your life rewarding. With this technique, I’ve survived many circumstances which should have killed me, some in third world countries.

You must repeat these images often to ensure their realization. And, those who do not imagine their futures (or for whom no one else imagines a future) may have no future at all. They are eligible to become the statistics, to die of the many horrors we all shamefully imagine will kill however many people in our area in any given time frame. So, to protect those you love, also repeatedly imagine them in a distant time, happy and healthy. And, imagine the cessation of deaths from all those causes in your area.

How we affect each other’s lives:

The images we have of others also affect their lives as much, or possibly even more than their own images of themselves and their futures. As stated above, the collective subconscious is democratically controlled. People who know you can unwittingly keep you trapped in your past, continuously being who you have been, even if you use this information to its fullest extent. As stated above, the collective subconscious (the primary source of everything) doesn’t qualify our images. It only quantifies them. And, everyone’s images count equally toward what becomes real in the future. So, if you have many friends who continuously think about you, imagining pictures of who you were the last time they saw you, you can relentlessly dream of yourself as who you intend to become to no availL

In some mystic disciplines a seeker is instructed to escape his or her personal history in order to escape the social imagery of himself that would conflict with the seeker’s new path. A stranger in a strange land can pretend to be anyone. And, those who the stranger meets only have the stranger’s word for who he or she is. So, they imagine the stranger to be who he purports to be, aiding the stranger’s transition into becoming who he would be.

If, however, you can’t escape your personal history, you can do the next best thing. Fake it until you make it. Tell everyone you know exactly who you are becoming. Describe the person you’re becoming to them. Tell them to expect you to become that other person very soon. Then, constantly image yourself as having changed into that new person. As your friends see you making little changes in that direction, they start imagining, “What if he does become this new person?” with the mental images to go along with that speculation. Say things that make them imagine you to be that person. Continue repeating your short visual skits of who you intend to become or the reality you intend to manifest. And, enact every change that you imagine yourself capable of enacting as quickly as possible. Make sure that all who know you see your changes in progress.

Keep grinning until you’re winning. When you maintain a sly grin on your face, folks around you imagine all sorts of good things that may be happening to you to make you grin so much. Happiness attracts success, mainly because most successful people are generally miserable. So, when you appear to be happy continuously, regardless of your circumstances, eventually you’ll have the success or ample reason to be as happy as you pretended to be.

Your future feels very familiar:

Each time your self-programmed future events manifest into your reality (happen), the collective subconscious notifies you of this event by inducing the dejavu feeling upon you. It’s not saying, “You’ve been here before.” It’s saying, “Remember this program? Your order is now being served.” But, this feeling of familiarity can sometimes come over you when your surroundings are nothing like the daydream program you’ve been repeating in your mind. That’s because it’s not the actual event, but indication of a doorway leading to the event, perhaps telling you which fork in the road to take. So, whenever you’re in an unfamiliar situation, but you’re feeling dejavu, pay careful attention to everything around you to see if you can feel which doorway or which path to take. But, generally the dejavu feeling happens when you’re in the actual event you’ve been programming. And, the more times you’ve daydreamed the image, the stronger the dejavu feeling will be when it happens.

Mankind’s Future:

Our collective daydreams define our collective future. Unfortunately, currently, there is only one main collective daydream of our future: the horrible nightmarish New World Order created by our psychotic rulers, the legal, but unlawful owners of our Earth and Us. They hate us and really do think of us as rats. That’s why they poison our food, water and air and make us perpetually pay them extortionist’s rates to wage their War On US. But, they know this universal law. Their horrible daydream is currently winning, only because they have manipulated us into helping them by fearing it. We must stop doing their evil work for them by daydreaming their nightmare. Circle, X and toss it up and out.

Of the positive daydreams opposing their nightmarish plan, unfortunately for us, there are as many of them as there are souls to daydream them. We need a single collective image of our beneficial, ecologically conscientious, just and prosperous future that most of us can accept. But, to achieve that we must reverse our competitive paradigm into one of global cooperation and start real democracy to scientifically define our true will ~ to collectively design a future global daydream that will be universally accepted. And, then we must dream it more often than we dreamed anything else.

Democracy is the ultimate social expression of cooperation, governance designed to perpetually define and fulfill the true will of the People. It’s impossible to accomplish in a competitive paradigm which they promote on every front. Further, they’ve vilified the word, “democracy” (unless it comes from their mouths) by calling their demockery democracy. Real democracy is their worst nightmare. There’s never been a true democracy. In their rat race, matrix of lies, only they are cooperating with each other holding strong images of the future they want, while we compete to become the “winners” of our personal tickets into their inhumane nightmare. Now, they have us divided and conquered.

Don’t help them by daydreaming their nightmare for them. Circle and X it and toss it up and out.
Our collective will has never been expressed (possibly until Tunisia and Egypt). It’s always been repressed, controlled, manipulated and misrepresented. Here’s the truth they hide most: The first time we define our true collective will about anything for all to know, it will quickly start becoming our reality. This is the knowledge they most fear being released to the public.

We need for most people to become aware of these principles. We must start a movement toward a consolidated vision of our beneficial future. We must hold this image in the mind of mankind more frequently than any opposing vision. And, we must do all this very quickly ~ if we are to win the banksters’ War on the Mind of Mankind.

If you are a moviemaker or you know one, please, see that this un-copyrighted knowledge is made into an award winning popular YouTube movie in all languages and shown to all Humanity, so that we can ensure survival, justice, peace and prosperity to Posterity.

Sweet Daydreams! Edit them carefully. Now, you know there is something you can do about everything you dislike. Never again, can you say, What can I do about it?”

Please, share this with everyone.

Cresponian Predictions for 2013!!!

Are you ready for a wild 2013?  It should be a very interesting year.  When the calendar flips over each January, lots of people make lots of lists.  They make lists of “resolutions”, but most people never follow through on them.  They make lists of “predictions”, but most of those predictions always seem to end up failing.  Well, I have decided to put out my own list of predictions for 2013.  I openly admit that I won’t get all of these predictions right, and that is okay.  Hopefully I will at least be more accurate than most of the other armchair prognosticators out there.  It is important to look ahead and try to get a handle on what is coming, because I believe that the rest of this decade is going to be extraordinarily chaotic for the U.S. economy.  The false bubble of debt-fueled prosperity that we are enjoying right now is not going to last much longer.  When it comes to an end, the “adjustment” is going to be extremely painful.  Those that understand what is happening and have prepared for it will have the best chance of surviving what is about to hit us.  I honestly don’t know what everybody else is going to do.  Many of the people that don’t see the coming collapse approaching will be totally blindsided by it and will totally give in to despair when they realize what has happened.  But there is no excuse for not seeing what is coming – the signs are everywhere.

So with that being said, the following are 50 bold predictions for 2013…

#1 There will be a major fight between the Republicans and the Democrats over raising the debt ceiling.  This will be one of the stories that dominates news headlines in the months of February and March.

#2 Most of the new “revenue” that will be raised by tax increases in 2013 will come out of the pockets of the middle class.

#3 No matter what “fiscal deals” the Democrats and the Republicans make in 2013, the federal budget deficit will still end up being greater than a trillion dollars for the fifth consecutive year.

#4 The credit rating of the U.S. government will be downgraded again in 2013.

#5 The Federal Reserve, along with major central banks all over the globe, will continue to wildly print money.

#6 There will be more criticism of the Federal Reserve in 2013 than at any other time since it was created back in 1913.

#7 The term “currency war” will be used by the media more in 2013 than it was in 2012.

#8 The movement away from the U.S. dollar as the primary reserve currency of the world will pick up momentum.  This will especially be true in Asia.

#9 The economic depressions in Greece and Spain will get even worse and unemployment in the eurozone will go even higher in 2013.

#10 A financial crisis in Europe will cause officials to grasp for “radical solutions” that will surprise many analysts.

#11 The unemployment rate in the United States will be higher by the end of 2013 than it is now.

#12 The percentage of working age Americans with a job will fallbelow 58 percent by the end of the year.

#13 At least one “too big to fail” bank will fail in the United States by the end of 2013.

#14 By the end of the year, more people than ever will understand what “derivatives” are, and that will be because they have caused major problems in the financial world.

#15 We will see the beginnings of another major housing crisis before the end of 2013 and foreclosure activity will start rising once again.

#16 We will see another new wave of “tent cities” start to go up in communities around the nation before the end of the year.

#17 There will be another major drought in the United States this upcoming summer and there will be widespread crop failures once again.

#18 The massive dust storms that we have seen roll through cities like Phoenix in recent years will become even larger and even more intense.

#19 Traffic along the Mississippi River will be significantly interrupted at some point during 2013.  This will be a very negative thing for the economy.

#20 Food prices will soar in 2013.  This will especially be true for meat products.

#21 In some of the poorer areas of the globe, major food riots will break out.  Governments will have trouble containing the civil unrest.

#22 There will be more genetically-modified foods in our supermarkets than ever before, and more Americans than ever will reject them and will seek out alternatives.

#23 The average price of a gallon of gasoline in 2012 was about$3.60.  The average price of a gallon of gasoline in 2013 will be lowerthan that.  Yes, you read that correctly.

#24 The number of vehicle miles driven in the United States will continue to decline in 2013.

#25 The Dow will end 2013 significantly lower than it is right now.

#26 When the final statistics for 2013 are compiled, U.S. share of global GDP will be less than 20 percent for the first time in modern history.  Back in the year 2001, our share of global GDP was 31.8 percent.

#27 The U.S. Postal Service will continue to experience massive financial difficulties and will lay off personnel.

#28 As violence in our public schools becomes increasingly worse, more Americans families than ever will decide to home school their children.

#29 The Obama administration and Democrats in Congress will makean all-out attempt to pass gun control measures in 2013.  When their efforts on the legislative front are stalled somewhat by Republicans in the House, Obama will use his executive powers to further his gun control agenda.

#30 One of the cities with the strongest gun laws in the nation, Chicago, had 532 murders in 2012 and it is now considered to be one of the most dangerous cities on the planet.  By the end of 2013, the murder total in Chicago will be above 600.

#31 There will be an increasing amount of tension between state governments and the federal government.  The issue of “states rights” will move front and center at various points in 2013.

#32 CNN will continue to sink to horrifying new lows.  Piers Morgan will end up leaving the network before the end of the year.

#33 The number of Americans on food stamps will surpass 50 million for the first time ever at some point during 2013.

#34 The U.S. trade deficit with China in 2013 will be well over 300 billion dollars.

#35 The phrase “made in China” will increasingly be viewed as a reason not to buy a product as Americans become more educated about the millions of good jobs that we have lost to China over the past decade.

#36 We will see increasing cooperation between the governments of the United States, Canada and Mexico and border restrictions will be loosened.

#37 There will continue to be a mass exodus of families and businesses out of the state of California.  The favorite destination will continue to be Texas, but Texas residents will become increasingly resentful of all of these new transplants.

#38 There will be some truly jaw-dropping examples of violence by parents against their own children in 2013.  Many of these stories will make headlines all over the nation.

#39 The percentage of Americans that are obese will continue to riseand will set another new all-time record in 2013.

#40 There will be more war in the Middle East in 2013.  But it will only set the stage for even more war in the Middle East in 2014 and 2015.

#41 U.S. troops will be deployed in more countries than ever before in 2013.

#42 Volcanic eruptions and major earthquakes along the Ring of Firewill make headlines all over the globe in 2013.

#43 Giant sinkholes will continue to appear all over the United Statesand all over the globe, and scientists will continue to struggle to find an explanation for why it is happening.

#44 The peak of the solar cycle in 2013 will cause significant problems for satellite communications.

#45 The U.S. government will put more resources into the surveillance of the American people than ever before, but most Americans won’t mind all of this surveillance because they have become convinced that it is important to give up some of our liberties for more “security”.

#46 Our infrastructure (roads, bridges, tunnels, airports, sewers, electrical grids, etc.) will be in worse shape by the end of 2013 than it is now.

#47 The percentage of “two parent households” in the United States will continue to decline.

#48Political correctness” will reach ridiculous new heights during 2013, and more Americans than ever will start to rebel against it.

#49 There will be more anger at the wealthy in 2013 than at any other time in modern history.

#50 There will be some shocking political scandals in Washington D.C. in 2013.  We will see some high profile resignations by the end of the year.

Once again, please keep in mind that I do not expect to be 100% correct about all of these things.  I am just trying to put all of the pieces of the puzzle together just like everyone else is.

But I do hope to have a better track record than most of the other people putting out lists of predictions at the beginning of this year.  So save this list and let’s revisit it at the end of the year.

Do you have any bold predictions of your own for 2013?  Please feel free to share them by posting a comment below…