Layers of Reality

Originally posted on The All-Seeing Eyebama

Jon, onehumanbeing

Jon, onehumanbeing

There are many layers to this experience we call reality.

Layers of knowing, layers of the senses, layers of the spirit and intuition, layers of people just trying to live their lives, layers of mainstream news, layers of secret societies and power control groups, layers of intelligence networks, layers of corporate greed, layers of criminal families and organizations, layers of internationalist and globalists, and then there’s the layers beyond our understanding.

Each layer has a certain kind of reality all it’s own – similar to the standard issue reality, but uniquely different, unique to it’s own layer.

These layers move around us like an unseen atmosphere, with various layers pushing on each other, colliding in ways that cause little rips to develop in our ideas about the persistence of the standard issue reality.

These fortunate little rips, like viruses in the control matrix, create openings for new ideas to get into the well-protected standard issue reality control matrix.

Synchronicity, chance encounters, the right book being handed to you at the perfect moment… little things that make you wonder if there is something else going on – something more you just can’t put your finger on…

Different Roads We Travel

The broad road, which most people travel on, tries to put up billboards of distraction to block-out these awkward intrusions into the standard issue reality.

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Above: Illustration by Jon Christopher

Only those who take the smaller side roads tend to get a full view of the mysterious other side of life. It’s the place for spiritual seekers, mystics, prophets, artists, the madmen, the truth-tellers and those who hunger for something more than they found traveling the broad road with everyone else.

Sometimes, it’s down one of those side roads you find that thing you were looking for, that next clue you needed as you travel on.

To help us see these different layers, or at least help us see a few of them, I’ve found several writers to give us their very different views and experiences.


LEFT HOOK with Dean Henderson

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Dean Henderson is the author of 4 books including Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network which I highly recommend. He writes with a high-degree of understanding about his subjects, and his scholarship is extensive, complete with footnotes.

Dean has generously agreed to allow us to re-post his articles! These will all be posted under LEFT HOOK.

You can find Dean’s website here: http://deanhenderson.wordpress.com/


Jon Rappoport

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Jon Rappoport is an investigative reporter with a brilliant sense of logic and more than 30 years of work behind him. He always brings an eye-opening analysis to every post.

He doesn’t pull punches…

Jon has given us full permission to re-post his articles – which I’m very proud to do that here at The All-Seeing Eyebama for your enlightenment and reading pleasure!

You can find his articles under: Rappoport

You can find his website here: www.nomorefakenews.com


The Bakeman Report with Ken Bakeman

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I first read Ken Bakeman’s book, The Verges, back in December 2012 and was amazed at the stories it contained – stories which went far beyond my experience and understanding about reptilian trans-dimensional aliens, abductions, alien mind-control and how trans-dimensional forces work to control the herd of humans (us) here in terrestrial space.

Since then we’ve exchanged a few emails, and once this site was launched I contacted him to see if he would allow us to post parts of his story.

Ken has given us permission to share his stories, so I present them to you as a possibly of another layer of reality in the atmosphere around us we don’t know about yet…

You can find Ken’s website here: http://www.kenbakeman.com/reptilian_index.html


Until later, best of health,

Jon, onehumanbeing
Editor and Chief Sticker Maker, The All-Seeing Eyebama

PLEASE NOTE: All opinions expressed by these writer’s represents their own viewpoint, and not necessarily the viewpoint of this website: The All-Seeing Eyebama

 

The Novel As A Long Term Creative Project

The Late Great American Novel – progress report, early January, 2013…

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I’m finding that being “in the process of writing” my first novel-sized literary construction to be an excellent way to watch the long-term (meaning anything that took longer than a couple of days to finish) creative process as it happens.

I’ve struggled with long-term projects in the past due to my mercurial attention span. But this is now, and who I was in the past doesn’t matter much if it’s not helping me out in the present, right? Now I’m into long-term projects.

Most creative projects I work on are completed relatively fast, and things like paintings are finished much too quickly to stretch the creative moment out and really examine it. This novel is giving me the time-space to really watch the process from a “bigger picture” perspective, like watching creativity in slow motion.

In some ways it’s like I’m the only person who can see into this strange alternate universe coming into being out of an amazing stream of words which have their own source somewhere beyond myself, with a gravity all it’s own, drawing in the materials which fall into it’s slowly forming orbit.

For months (October through December) the story just stopped, but in that “hold on a minute, I’ll be right back” kind of way. Meanwhile all kinds of interesting ideas, flashes of intuition and useful esoteric information has drifted across my path and provided material which will make this novel much, much better – I think…

Lately bits of new writing have been flashing through my mind, building pieces for the next part of the story. Chapter 61 is now pretty much written out in my head, and is floating around my mind like clouds heavy with water. The forecast says there’s a 70% chance of rain by this next weekend.

Until later, best of health.

Making Sound Collages…

Just a little thought about the process

When I’m making a sound collage it’s an experience that is very visual for me, like I’m working on a physical collage – except the picture is just in my head, and what everyone else experiences is an audio experience.

In my mind I’m seeing something like a Robert Rauschenberg collage painting…

Above: Kennedy by Robert Rauschenberg

And then there’s the mixer (shown below), which doesn’t look like the picture of the collage in my head, but creates a secondary image of the collage framework I have to work with to translate my mental image into audio form.

Here’s a screen shot of my latest sound collage I’m working on, tentatively called Souvenirs From The End Of The World

Building The Sound Collage

I tear off a large piece of some song or sound piece that I want to use as a background texture. I paste that down and then add various elements to build the collage.

If I have a theme in mind I gather materials to use to support my theme – a song clip of this, a loop of that, a variety of incidentals, maybe a major quote or two, and sometimes an extended spoken word piece.

If I don’t have a theme then I’ll go deeper into the sub-conscious and dig through some material I’ve collected and hear what catches my ear, and then another thing and then another… and slowly I start seeing and hearing the direction the sound collage is going to go and I gather more materials to support that direction.

All in all it’s a 25% purpose-driven and about 75% intuition-driven. I’m working on bringing up that intuition percentage.