Meditation Piece

Let us make our bodies comfortable. Taking in one deep breath, become aware of the tension in our muscles. Breathing out, let us start to relax the tension we feel. Breathing in, being aware of tension. Breathing out, letting a tension go. Breathing in, finding more tension. Breathing out, letting tension go.

Our minds also have tension; favourite negative thoughts, favourite distractions. The constant internal monologue. A radio station with one channel and favourite records to play. Continuing with our deep breathing we can permit ourselves to see that we are not our private monologue, and our private monologue is not who we are. Hearing this monologue we can allow ourselves to identify with the part of us that is doing the hearing; the part that is doing the listening to the radio station. This is the part of ourselves that does not need to talk or analyse endlessly. This is the part of ourselves as One with the Ground of All Being. It is. Unrestricted. Ever peaceful. Ever loving. Endlessly resourceful. Never dying.

In this way our monologue can cease to own us; can die down – leaving us free in the here and now to enjoy the vitality and peace of simply being, and being alive.

Continuing with our mindful breathing, let us be centred. Grounded. Identified with the peaceful vitality that we always-already are. Thoughts arise, then fall away. Freely letting them do so, without reflection or judgement, we are free to be empty of all desires and judgements, because this is our original nature. The face we had before we were born.

Let us empty ourselves of any desires, judgements, or expectations about tonight. They arise, they leave. The inner peace, freedom and calm that we are is a constant, and always remains.

Being aware of the light and energy qualities of simply being, we can allow ourselves to become aware of the light and energy within our bodies. We can turn our attention to this, and to our central chakra. This chakra, sometimes called the hara chakra, is where we feel this energy most strongly. It is the power centre, level with our navel, and a little bit behind the navel; at our core. The spot from which we grew in our Mother’s womb.

Being aware of our energy in this way we can allow ourselves as we wish to sense this energy going down through our body and out of our body into the ground beneath us. Once at one with the ground beneath us, we can sense and be aware of all the ground of the Earth; the vastness of this beautiful planet we call home. We can then sense its energy and our energy without separation, and we can see that the source of life is in the Earth just as it is in us and is us and is the Earth.

And with this, we can sense all beings upon the Earth, that they are living and being supported by, and not separate from, this life energy – the Source. We, the Earth, and all living beings upon the Earth are, in fact, as One. So it is that we can feel life’s energy flowing in our body, in the Earth, and from the Earth and into each being, and from each being. The other is the same as us. We are the same as the other. Yet all unique, and all wonderfully different.

So it is that we can know intuitively and esoterically that all beings in the cosmos know life and know love in the same way that we know it; emanating from the Source, its character of light and love is familiar to all creation because all creation is in it, and it is the origin of every vibration and frequency.

Now and here we can intuit all beings being unique and separate at the same time; sharing the same mystery of existence, and of life itself. Held in God’s arms. Starkly different, yet all as One.

Unbounded now by our bodies, and unrestricted by our mental records, we can now permit ourselves to expand our boundaries of knowing further yet; to the upper atmosphere, to the moon, and towards our Sun, Venus and Mercury. Expanding outwards away from our Sun we permit ourselves to be conscious of our Sun’s other planets: of Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, the Plutoids, and the Kuiper Belt. And then into interstellar space, and the vastness of our whole milky way. Then onwards again, to intergalactic space, to Proxima and Alpha Centauri and beyond. Then we know our galaxy supercluster – Laniakea and from there all of the beautiful vast cosmos.

There is nothing we cannot know, and nothing we cannot see. All of us can be held in pure divine nature because pure divine nature is in us all and is all. So with creativity and imagination we can now grant ourselves permission to become aware of sentient life wherever it may be; reaching out to others sharing the oneness and peace that we all are. As we do so, we can be aware that they too reach out to share Oneness and peace with us here now.

In their gentle way, the beings from our own galaxy federation reach out like this; encouraging us forward in our spiritual, mental, and physical wholeness; and in our evolution so that we, like them, can transcend primitive behaviours, can heal the damage we have caused to the Earth and save ourselves from ourselves.

Rising to this challenge, and making ourselves ready to join peacefully and cooperatively with any life wherever it is found, we can overcome the illusion of separation and the delusions we make for ourselves.

The beautiful gentle work of creation transpires to make us all well. Having risen to this challenge themselves, intelligent civilisations advanced beyond our own can share in this precise moment now with us, without separation, through the one thing connecting us all: the Source outside of time and space.

Their beautiful gentle work is our beautiful gentle work.

Reflecting our intention to be whole and know peace, to heal ourselves and thus to heal one another, advanced intelligent life is welcome to join with us here in this place and at this time.

Breathing in and breathing out together. Being peace.

Retracing our steps, let us invite the intelligent civilisations we have sensed to join with us here and now as each of them wishes; and as much or as little as they are willing or able to do; and in whatever form they wish to arrive – be it visual, auditory, mental or felt. From the cosmos to Laniakea, and from Laniakea, to our galaxy neighbourhood with beautiful Andromeda, and from there to our Milky Way, and in one of the outer spirals, our solar neighbourhood with beautiful Sirius, to the Kuiper Belt, the Plutoids, Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, and to Earth; and to the hemisphere we are in at this night hour with millions of electric lights marking out the perimiters of our land masses, and to our land mass, and to our location here in this place.



Song heard in a dream

Since late last year I’ve been posting music to iTunes and Soundcloud under the pseudonym ‘Contact Worker’. It’s mainly musical expressions of esoteric experiences doing what’s called CE-5 (or close encounters of the fifth kind – human initiated contact with extra terrestrial intelligence).

I am particularly pleased with this latest track so I thought I’d share it here.

Timelines, Glacials, Habitable Zones, and ETI contact

Ever since my first post about timelines

I’ve been fascinated by human history timelines; as graphical communications of great efficiency in showing us just how ancient we are as a species, how much we don’t know about ourselves, and how ridiculously short today’s western culture, habits, ideas, and patterns are.

Amazingly, there are very few decent scientific (yes, read non-Creationist) human history timelines freely available on the Web. Unless my googling abilities are just a bit screwed today.

The one below magnifies the last 50,000 years before present (BP).


‘[Mitochondrial Eve] lived approximately 200,000 years ago…

Approximately 70,000 years ago humanity was down to around 15,000 people. It showed the reason behind the bottleneck was an [interglacial period] that lasted about a 1,000 years.’ [Source.]

Also from ‘’:

To give you an idea of just how old Gobekli Tepe is

consider the following timeline:

  • 1644 AD – Construction on the Great Wall of China ended with a total length in excess of 20,000 km.
  • 1400-1600 AD – The moai on Easter Island were erected.
  • 1372 AD  – The Leaning Tower, in Pisa, Italy, was completed after 200 years of construction.
  • 1113-1150 AD – The Khmer of Southeast Asia built the enormous temple to Vishnu, Angkor Vat.
  • 200 AD – The Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan, Mexico was completed.
  • 220 BC – Construction on the Great Wall of China began.
  • 432 BC – The “apotheosis of ancient Greek architecture,” the Parthenon, was completed.
  • [Added from source] 1000 BC – a rough age of Derinkuyu – an underground city for 20,000 people in Turkey discovered in the 1960’s; [but it’s really hard to date accurately so could be older. One theory is that a glacial period gave people the drive to build down, which would date Derinkuyu to about 75,000 years BP.
  • [Source] 1894 BC – Babylonia
  • [Added from WikiPedia] 1627 BC The Theran eruption buried the Akrotiri Settlement: three-storey houses, plumbing, drainage. The Knossos part of this civilization was only discovered in 1900, and the Akrotiri part only in the 1960’s.
  • 3000-1500 BC – About 5,000 years ago, a group of crazy Neolithic Britons hauled enormous four-ton stones over 140 miles to erect Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain.
  • [Source] 3,800 BC – Ur (until recently believed to have been the first city state)
  • 4500-2000 BC – Pre-Celts cut and placed over 3,000 stones in Carnac, France.
  • 9130-8800 BC – The first 20 round structures at Gobekli Tepe were built.

(I’ve left the Egyptians out of this completely, but anyway, mainstream opinion puts Phaeronic culture way more recently than Gobekli; and controversial opinion would put the Great Pyramid and Sphynx into the previous warm period – which if found to be provable would only underline the argument I’m making here.)

You could then also add:

  • 11,000 BC – Most recent glacial period
  • 68,000 BC – A warm period
  • 138,000 BC – A glacial
  • 148,000 BC – A warm period
  • 200,000 BC – Mitochondrial Eve

What I want to know is…

When we consider Gobekli Tepe pre-dating the Egyptian pyramids by more than 5,000 years, when Akrotiri seems so incongruously modern compared to Stonehenge and when its technology shames that of the Romans and Greeks which it pre-dates, yet has only been excavated since the 1960’s…

…when Mitochondrial ‘Eve’ is not one but two warm periods in the past…

what are the huge chunks of our social, cultural, technological history we don’t know because glacial periods have swept away the evidence, volcanoes have buried the buildings, or our theories have become persuasive enough to call off the search for any evidence that may contradict.

Advanced human cultures of the sort entertained by those who like to postulate about ‘ancient aliens’ suddenly seem more plausible in this context because we don’t know what we don’t know.

Much more than that; because Earth is on the edge of its habitable zone (yup, that’s right, Earth is not super-habitable which may put it in the minority for ‘Earthlike planets’), and we have glacials we may never get to find out all that once was.

We are truly ancient.

We may have traveled to the stars once before already.

We are old enough to have done so.

According to some storytellers on the Internet, we’re about to find out.

There’s an even bigger question though

If Earth is not super-habitable like some of its neighbouring peer worlds are now thought likely to be, evolved life on those worlds may have very roughly speaking an

180,000 years head start

on our own species.

We’ve gone from industrial revolution to Honda’s Asimo in just over 200 years. Just think what a 180,000 year handicap might add to techno/physio/psycho logical advancement for our neighbour species.

There’s a popular argument going round right now that given just how many habitable planets there must be, it makes no statistical sense that we haven’t made contact with ETI’s yet. So it must be because intelligent life has a habit of either making itself extinct or breaking through that barrier and growing past that self-extinction point. The argument continues that all our neighbours must have killed themselves off, so what are we about to do? The same? Or grow past that point.

It’s a strange theory to me; it projects human problems into the cosmos for a start. But even with that aside, it’s based on the SETI approach for contact-making with radio signals; the only reason for the radio silence is because intelligent life tends to self-destruct. That’s what the argument is postulating.

If Earth’s habitability is indeed less than average, giving us our ice ages and the evolution of intelligent life on Earth a stop-start pace with 50,000 to 100,00 year set-backs, we should start taking a less proud, less human-centric perspective on ETI.

Because even if you take into account other evolutionary set-backs which must be cosmos-wide (meteors, volcanoes); holding an Earth human history timeline in hand, all our local ETI’s have a 50 to 100,000 years head start on us and the start of our search for radio signals (if they ever had them) is a little late to say the least.

In our galactic region we could easily be coming into the high technology game last – not first. Our neighbours could well have forgotten what radio signals or for that matter digital signals even were. I mean, do we remember what technology we had in the warm period of Mitochondrial eve? No! We don’t even remember what happened two warm periods after that because until recently, we thought we came out of Africa.

Now it transpires that we didn’t come out of Africa; we simply recovered out of Africa after the last great global event, and that we had spread out around the globe quite well at least once before.